Research & Innovation News

Open Access Government has a massive variety of Scientific Research and Innovation information that is available in this category.

This section explores the latest breakthroughs in all aspects of science: including Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Psychology and Sociology. There is extensive research on psychological and social patterns that occur in everyday life.

Information is available on scientific policies that the government might adopt. Along with the changes and developments of global space policy. We cover the ongoing rise of anti-microbial resistance (AMR) and cancer research breakthroughs along with countries and their own individual research priorities.

Within this category we explore the massive increase and growth in CBD research and production, there is a lot of interesting information available.

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The antibiotic apocalypse – can heterocyclic chemistry help?

Prof Colin J Suckling, University of Strathclyde's Department of Pure & Applied Chemistry, discusses heterocyclic chemistry.

The Danish space sector: A strategy for the future

Peter Mandix Sehestedt, Senior Consultant, Ministry for Higher Education and Science shares why the Danish space sector is important for the economy
Financing cancer research in Italy

Financing cancer research in Italy

AIRC is involved in financing cancer research in Italy, helping researchers produce quality projects. Professor Federico Caligaris Cappio explains
Accreditation provides certainty in uncertain times

Accreditation provides certainty in uncertain times

Malcolm Hynd, External Affairs Manager, UKAS, considers how accreditation will assume greater significance for trade after the UK withdraws from the EU
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The benefits of personalised medicine in bone regeneration

Dr. Franz E. Weber, University Zurich's Center of Dental Medicine discusses how personalised medicine can be used in bone regeneration.
Horizon 2020: What full association means for Swiss research

Horizon 2020: What full association means for Swiss research

Philipp Langer, head of the EU Framework Programmes section, SERI, highlights Switzerland’s participation in Horizon 2020 now it has full association
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Space Strategy pushes the boundaries of knowledge in Europe

Maroš Šefčovič, European Commission VP in charge of the Energy Union, outlines the EU Space Strategy and how the sector makes lives better, safer...

Women in STEM: Overcoming gender inequality in Switzerland

Elena Makarova, University of Vienna, on the obstacles women have to overcome to work in STEM, and how teachers can support their gender career choice.
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Irish Micro Mouldings: Breaking the mould for success

Irish Micro Mouldings are specialists in injection moulding, who have become key players in the Irish plastics industry Located just 20 minutes away from Galway...
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Ten years in systems biology research at BioQuant

Heidelberg University describes 10 years of successful systems biology research and education at their BioQuant Center Systems biology research facilitates the discovery of yet unknown...

Lighting up future materials and devices

Stefan Hecht at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin outlines how light-based technologies will spark innovation in material science and nanotechnology The emergence of life and our existence...
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Engineering workflow: Challenges and methods for improvement

Prof Dr Alexander Fay, Head of the Automation Technology Institute at HSU Hamburg, describes how methods, models and tools can support engineering workflow The engineering...

How project ACXIS is revolutionising x-ray cargo inspection

Empa – Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology discuss ACXIS, a project funded by the EU under the 7th Framework Programme.
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Restoring dopaminergic nerve cells in Parkinson’s disease

Dr Mehis Pilv, CEO and business development lead at Genecode, discusses the strides being made in Parkinson's disease research Parkinson's disease is a slow but progressive...
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Artificial intelligence receives £17m funding boost

A major review will be carried out on artificial intelligence as part of the UK government’s Digital Strategy, which is expected out later this...
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DCU’s new research centres reflect its enterprise engagement drive

Dublin City University established 10 new emerging research centres in 2016, all valuable vehicles for research and enterprise engagement Dublin City University (DCU) is a...
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Accreditation: The SMaRT way forward in testing and academia

Specialising in accredited mechanical testing, SMaRT is building on its links with research, academia and industry from its Swansea base Swansea Materials Research & Testing...
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Do we need specialist training for interviewers of child victims?

Based on her research, Dr Kim Roberts of Wilfrid Laurier University stresses the need for specialist training for interviewers of child victims of abuse There...
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Immunology offers sustainable solutions for animal health

Artur Summerfield, the University of Bern discusses translating basic immunology to innovative and sustainable solutions for animal health and welfare.
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What do we know about cognitive development in infancy?

Research into cognitive development in infancy has thrived over recent years, but there’s still a lot we don’t know, as UCLA Professor Scott P...

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