Here, Open Access Government examines international science and engineering activities within and outside the U.S. National Science Foundation.
Here, M. Danner & R. M. Winglee* describe the viability of microbial sampling within impact lander craters in extraplanetary ice, including the possibility of life beyond our planet.
Sherry A. Southerland and Jennifer Schellinger tell us what we need to know about Learning Through Collaborative Design-Professional Development (LCD PD) in this special science education focus.
We spoke with Dr Matthew Duchars, CEO of the UK’s first dedicated Vaccines Manufacturing and Innovation Centre (VMIC), about their work not only to provide an integral response to COVID-19, but as a centre of excellence advancing the vaccine sector on a global scale.
A "human error" created a factory mixup for Johnson & Johnson in Baltimore, Maryland, damaging up to 15 million vaccine doses - but this does not impact doses that are ready for use.
The Institute of Cancer Research found that UK cancer research sector could lose up to 20% of their funding, after UKRI replaces Horizon Europe.
The company aim to start vaccinating children by September 2021, as clinical trials reveal that Pfizer is 100% effective in those aged 12 to 15.
Real-world use of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines in the United States reveals that both are working at 90% efficacy - with data pointing to one dose being capable of 80% protection.
Dr Joel R. Coats, Distinguished Professor of Entomology & Toxicology, explains biopesticides in the field of natural pest control.
Kensuke Harada, Professor from Osaka University in Japan, explains how a humanoid robot searches for an object in our daily environment.
Tore K Kvien & Guro L Goll argue that biosimilars are an opportunity for improving access to treatment & reducing cost and provide comment on the NOR-SWITCH study.
In an investigation of over seven million pupils, researchers found that Black pupils have the highest rate of autism in the UK - they further noticed that there is "little research" on the existence of autism in ethnic minorities.
Richie Kohman, Synthetic Biology Platform Lead at Wyss Institute at Harvard, explains the use of next-generation sequencing to analyse biological tissues in a spatially resolved context.
Mutlu Özcan, Prof. Dr Dr h.c., PhD from the University of Zürich, highlights Reconstructive Dentistry through new biomaterials and technologies, including the associated changes and challenges.
Dr Lesley-Ann Dupigny-Giroux explains applied climatology - science in the service of society – beginning with comment on climate literacy.
Gwo-shyh Song, Associate Professor at the National Taiwan University and Global Aqua Survey Ltd, walks us through his high-resolution seabed geophysical survey research around offshore areas in Taiwan.
Jan Scheffel, Professor from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, argues that the insolvability of the mind-body problem enables free will.
When it comes to developing functional ideas for climate, scientific networks are crucial for bringing cutting-edge science upfront.
In a study of over 32,000 people, a US trial found the AstraZeneca vaccine was 100% effective against deaths caused by COVID-19 - the vaccine did not show any connection to blood clots.
Professor Heather Sheardown, C20/20 Ophthalmic Materials Innovation Hub, Department of Chemical Engineering, McMaster University, explores how polymers can be used to treat dry eye disease.