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Neocytolysis: When young red blood cells die first

International researchers are investigating the molecular processes involved in premature clearance from the circulation of young blood cells formed at high altitude after a descent
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Image-based sensing enables adaptive micro air vehicle missions

Wolfram Hardt, Professor at Chemnitz University of Technology gives insight into high-performance image processing for adaptive unmanned micro air vehicles (MAVs)

Plasma-Jet-Driven-Magneto-Inertial-Fusion (PJMIF) – A status report

Professor Y. C. Francis Thio and Dr. Douglas Witherspoon from HyperJet Fusion Corporation, Chantilly, Virginia in the U.S. present the latest exciting developments around Plasma-Jet-Driven-Magneto-Inertial-Fusion (PJMIF)
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Transforming chemical discovery and innovation

The National Science Foundation’s Division of Chemistry (CHE) aims to be a global leader in transforming chemical discovery and innovation, as Open Access Government finds out

Nanomaterials: Is there such a thing as nano-risk?

Dr Dimiter Prodanov from IMEC vzw explains if there is such a thing as nano-specific risk in the world of nanomaterials.
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Health research: The challenge of cleaving proteins in the membrane

Regina Fluhrer from the LMU & DZNE in Munich explains an aspect of health research that concerns how proteases embedded in cellular membranes hydrolyse other proteins and the challenges they must overcome.
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Rett syndrome: Research on severe neurodevelopmental disorders

Jennifer J. McComas from the University of Minnesota discusses the current evidence for communication intervention for individuals with Rett syndrome
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Molecular science: The importance of sustainable manufacturing of chiral amines

Francesco Mutti, Professor of Biocatalysis at the University of Amsterdam’s Van’t Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences (HIMS) highlights an aspect of molecular science that concerns the sustainable manufacturing of chiral amines

BRoTHER: A network for digitalisation in biobanking to promote personalised medicine

Christoph Brochhausen(1), Judita Kinkorova(2), Karl-Friedrich Becker(3), Dalibor Valik(4), Ondrej Topolcan(2)detail the marvellous work of BRoTHER, a network for digitalisation in biobanking to promote the use of personalised medicine
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Why funding fruit fly research is essential for the biomedical sciences

Andreas Prokop, Head of the Manchester Fly Facility, explains how fruit fly research generates knowledge important for understanding many human diseases
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Science and research funding in Germany

Open Access Government provides an overview of the German Research Foundation (DFG), the self-governing organisation concerned with funding and supporting science and research in Germany and beyond.
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Advancing the thermal management and safety of batteries by calorimetry

Dr Carlos Ziebert at IAM-AWP’s Calorimeter Center of KIT outlines how research and testing in calorimeters is essential to improve the thermal management and safety of batteries
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The regenerating spiny mouse and its potential for human therapy discovery

Discovering cures for human diseases or how to recover from damage or trauma to tissues is the fundamental goal of medical researchers, but it is a daunting task. Nevertheless, recent studies have shown the remarkable potential of the spiny mouse in addressing these crucial issues
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Horizon Europe: A golden opportunity for research and innovation in Europe

Lidia Borrell-Damián from the European University Association argues the European Commission’s Horizon Europe initiative holds great promise for the future of research and innovation in Europe.
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High-resolution face completion with multiple controllable attributes

New technology is helping computer systems learn to accurately fill in the gaps in high-resolution facial images – and offer users multiple options for customisation.

Funding for research, science and innovation in Europe

Carlos Moedas, European Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation has ambitious and exciting plans for unprecedented funding for research, science and innovation in Europe, as this analysis from Open Access Government reveals
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Antimicrobial resistance challenged by flexible heterocyclic chemistry

Prof Colin J Suckling OBE DSc FRSE, Research Professor of Chemistry at the University of Strathclyde shares his expertise on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and how this is challenged by flexible heterocyclic chemistry
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Non-radioactive, non-ionising radiation for safe paediatric imaging

E.M. Sevick and J.C. Rasmussen from The University of Texas Health Science Center, The Brown Foundation Institute of Molecular Medicine discuss non-radioactive, non-ionising radiation for safe, paediatric imaging

The challenges of nanophotonics in modern optical technologies

Toralf Scharf, Senior Scientist/Faculty Member at École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne EPFL identifies the exciting challenges of nanophotonics where modern optical technologies are concerned.

Increasing productivity through online collaboration

Jason Fahy, CEO, Knowledge Hub explains how organisations are increasing productivity through collaboration.

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