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COVID-19 working from home

How COVID-19 working-from-home has altered attitudes towards commuting

Here, Alison White explores how the COVID-19 working from home trend has changed attitudes away from commuting into cities towards staying local.
meeting rooms, workplace

Workplace transformations for more engaging meeting rooms

Do we still need meeting rooms? What the 6 types of pre-pandemic office ‘meetings' can teach us about the future of the workplace
Taking Action!

Taking Action: empowering youth generated solutions for communities

Finding and promoting a learning approach that empowers youth to generate solutions for their communities.
Riceberry Rice

Emerging Riceberry Rice: Thailand first experience in developing rice for wellbeing

Professor Apichart Vanavichit, highlights the Thai attempt to develop rice that directly benefits well-being.
poisonings, assassinations, poison, poisoned, toxicology

The Historical Significance of Toxicology

Poisons have also been wielded as tools of assassination or intimidation in quests for political and/or financial gain and crimes of passion. Here, we provide a brief review of (in)famous poisonings from ancient to modern human history.
COSPAR - Committee on Space Research

COSPAR – Committee on Space Research

The Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) is working behind the scenes—and onstage—to safeguard scientific activities in and about space that benefit society today.
Natural Quasicrystals

An overview of research into quasicrystals

Expert Zbigniew M. Stadnik, professor at the University of Ottawa in the Department of Physics, discusses his research into quasicrystals Professor Zbigniew M. Stadnik and his condensed-matter research group focus on designing, discovering, and characterising novel compounds (natural quasicrystals and their approximants, superconductors, spin glasses, and others). Their electronic, magnetic,...
getting building fund

Getting Building Fund delivers in Swindon & Wiltshire

Here, the Swindon and Wiltshire team explain how the Getting Building Fund is delivering in the area - with big expectations for future investments.
history of science

Exploring the history of science

We speak to Professor Ute Deichmann, Director of the Jacques Loeb Centre for the History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, about the history of science.
North America Analysis

North America Analysis April 2022

We embrace Spring 2022 with our April volume of North America Analysis, packed with insightful editorial and profile features.
Asia Analysis 2022

Asia Analysis April 2022

We welcome Spring 2022 with our April volume of Asia Analysis, which includes a compelling mixture of articles on illuminating policy topics.
medicolegal death investigations

A look into government medicolegal death investigations

Chief Medical Examiner Victor W. Weedn, MD, JD, highlights governmental medicolegal death investigation (MDI) systems in the U.S. and the world.
world uses plastics, cambridge smart plastics

The road to changing how the world uses plastics

Here, we talk to Professor of Polymer Physics Eugene Terentjev, at the University of Cambridge, about the way the world uses plastics.
self-nonself discrimination

Implications for medicine of understanding the basis of self-nonself discrimination

Peter Bretscher, biochemistry, microbiology and immunology at The University of Saskatchewan, discusses the implications for medicine of understanding the basis of self-nonself discrimination.
varieties of crop

Should we test for differences in allergen content between varieties of crops and animal...

Rick Goodman, Food Allergy Research and Resource Programme at the University of Nebraska, discusses tests for differences in allergen content between varieties of crops and animal species for food safety.
nuclear weapons and modern warfare

Why nuclear weapons and modern warfare are contrary to climate action

Dr Chanda Siddoo-Atwal, primary biochemist of Moondust Cosmetics Ltd, examines the realities of nuclear weapons and modern warfare.
green energy transition, heat pumps

District Heating in Europe’s Green Energy Transition

Carston Østergaard Pedersen, Asbørn Bjerregaard Ebbesen, and Rune Kaagaard Sørensen, at Grundfos, explain how district heating could aid Europe's green energy transition.
tropical leishmaniases, immunology

Do the arts of the treating tropical leishmaniases teach important lessons?

Professor Peter Bretscher, Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Saskatchewan, explains what we can learn from the treatment and prevention of tropical leishmaniases.
microbial electrosynthesis

Decarbonization with microbial electrosynthesis

Eric Conners, Arpita Bose and Prem Prabhakar at the Department of Biology, Washington University, discuss microbial electrosynthesis - a way of creating commercially significant bio-commodities.
treatments in epilepsy, treatment goals

Shifting Goalposts: Redefining Success of Treatments in Epilepsy

Arun Swaminathan, MD, Assistant Professor of Neurology and Epilepsy at the University of of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, explains how the treatment goals of epilepsy are changing.

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