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.

Investing in scientists of the future

AG Editor, Laura Evans highlights new investments for UK science and what Minister for Science and Universities, Jo Johnson thinks a Brexit could mean...

Building bridges between research and society in Portugal

Joana Camilo, Executive Director, Creating Health outlines how Universidade Catolica Portugesa (UCP) is a leading research university

Tackling gender imbalance in European life science research

Natalia Dave and Isabelle Vernos, Centre for Genomic Regulation outline how LIBRA tackles gender imbalance in European life science research.
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Newton Fund: helping with novel development opportunities

Melvin Hoare, University of Leeds discusses how the UK's Newton Fund is helping developing nations to engage in science and research

Protecting your innovation, research and development

Gary Townley, Business Manager at the UK Intellectual Property Office outlines the importance of protecting your innovation and research through Intellectual Property protection Staying ahead...

A national approach to supporting STEM in Ireland

Niamh Lyons, Interim Director of communications, Education and Public Engagement at Science Foundation Ireland highlights the importance of STEM in Ireland, and how the...
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The X-ray free electron laser for biomolecular structure determination

Dr Dilano K Saldin, of the  Department of Physics, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee outlines the potential of the x-ray free electron laser The US funding agencies were perhaps the first...

Supporting the ageing population as a corporate mission

Ana João Sepulveda outlines how 40+Lab is helping organisations and businesses to out-rival in attending to the ageing population and prepare for the silver economy Disruptive...

Challenging the conventional packaging methods and materials

Angela Morris, CEO, The Wool Packaging Company Ltd talks about challenging pharmaceutical cold chain packaging convention.

The ocular lens as a tool for developing antioxidant therapies

Peter F. Kador, Ph.D., FARVO, College of Pharmacy, University of Nebraska and President and CEO, Therapeutic Vision, Inc. discusses antioxidant therapies.

The brain health challenge: reducing the economic impact

Prof David Nutt, European Brain Council on the economic impact of poor brain health & how they are calling for new thinking towards how it is treated

Reducing challenges and increasing skills in the aerospace sector

John Laughlin, Aerospace Programme Lead Innovate UK answers questions from AG on the UK aerospace sector and challenges that lie ahead

Looking beyond the refugee crisis: what are the long-term impacts?

After 10 years conducting research on the refugee crisis, Professor Michael Nijhawan highlights the resilience and agency of young migrants

Molecular and cellular mechanisms of cancer

Professor Wen Jiang, Dr Andrew Sanders and Dr Lin Ye from the Cardiff China Medical Research Collaborative, Cardiff University School of Medicine highlight the work...
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Funding and supporting young researchers in Denmark

Peter Munk Christiansen, Danish Council for Independent Research on how independent research funds were awarded to a record-high number of young researchers
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Visualising the human genome like beads on a string

The human genome is composed of over 3 billion letters, here Dr Yuval Ebenstein, Principal Investigator, Tel Aviv University sheds light on it
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Transforming regenerative medicine into an opportunity for patients

Antonino Tramonte, Managing Director, Swiss Institute for Regenerative Medicine outlines how regenerative medicine can help patients

Understanding ageing, immunity and metabolism research

Ageing and age-related morbidity are unavoidable, but research to understand and alleviate age-related health issues is the need of the hour to ascertain healthy-ageing....

EU Commissioner calls for research papers to be free to read

EU Commissioner for Research Carlos Moedas gives support for EU-funded research papers to be free to read - although not necessarily free to publish
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The reverberating impacts of detecting gravitational waves

Denise Caldwell, National Science Foundation’s Physics Division, looks at what the future holds for gravitational wave research

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