The James Webb Space Telescope is continuing to open our eyes to the wonders of our universe and the galaxies within it including what...
A newly developed thermal energy device presents a new way to continuously power wearable electronics, with a 6.5 times increase in power density compared with other generators.
Nikolina Angelkova, former Tourism Minister for Bulgaria, speaks with Open Access Government about Bulgaria and Southeastern Europe's uncapped tourism potential.
Councils need to overcome functional silos and improve access to the disabled facilities grant – and technology may just be the solution.
Dr Larry Earnhart, Chair, Dept. of Quantitative Studies University Canada West, sheds light on wicked problems and the diversified team when it comes to STEM.
New guidance on geospatial data in the public sector has been published, setting rules on assessing the economic, social and environmental value of investments in location data.
Lyme disease diagnoses have increased 357% in rural areas and 65% in urban areas in the United States, causing national concern.
With inflation soaring and wages stagnating, trade unions are threatening mass industrial action in the form of a general strike.
In order to achieve a net zero future, the UK needs more tangible support to achieve net zero ambitions – including better infrastructure for sustainable energy.
Essential oils have been used for centuries for their medicinal properties. However, scientists have only now started studying and exploring the potential benefits of essential oils.
Office revamps, when implemented successfully, could be the key to increasing overall efficiency, productivity and employer competitiveness.
The use of open source software has exploded in recent years, with an estimated €1 billion invested in open source technology within Europe in 2018 alone This...
3 years later, after COVID-19 has claimed 6.4 million lives, research indicates that COVID-19 originated at the Wuhan wet market.
Using smartphones could improve memory skills by allowing individuals to free up memory for less important information.
Nano-robot made from DNA can study cell processes invisible to the naked eye.
Craig Rhodes, EMEA Industry Lead, AI for Healthcare and Life Sciences, NVIDIA, argues that just four tools could enable the future of AI in healthcare.
Black patients and female patients with heart failure who qualify as candidates for surgery have a lower chance of getting that operation than white patients or male patients.
Researchers have developed an amphibious artificial vision system for imaging both aquatic and terrestrial environments.
Cameron Hawkins, Head of Energy and Environment at NHS Property Services (NHSPS), provides an update on a net-zero NHS and explores how we turn this bold ambition into reality.
Increasing oil prices may lead to a reduction in the development of green energy – as oil is still needed in the transition to a carbon-free electricity supply.