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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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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Could the first UK spaceport be built by 2020?

Spaceflight Bill aims to send scientists into space for zero-gravity experiments and start commercial flights from the first UK spaceport within three years New powers...
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Assessing the risk to engineering materials from water impact

Mark Gee, Fellow at the National Physical Laboratory, is exploring new ways to assess and reduce erosion in engineering materials from water impact It seems...
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Open science is changing the way knowledge is made and this is how

Head of Policy Affairs at Science Europe, Stephan Kuster, tells Open Access Government how open access promotes progress, helps society and benefits the taxpayer We...
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New York event highlights Horizon 2020 opportunities to US researchers

A recent event hosted by the German Center for Research and Innovation in New York highlighted Horizon 2020 opportunities for researchers in the US With...
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How can we prevent alcoholic liver disease?

Professor Samuel W French, at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, calls for collaborators on efforts to prevent alcoholic liver disease with the use of betaine The purpose...
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Developing bioactive compounds through cooperation

Montisera is working with world-leading Finnish researchers to develop bioactive compounds with health benefits.
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Germany’s High-Tech Strategy 2020: Setting the stage

Federal Research Minister Johanna Wanka highlights the strengths of Germany’s High-Tech Strategy to AG Germany is one of the world’s smaller countries in terms of...
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How adolescent experiences influence adulthood: The LifE Study

The LifE Study is investigating how our adolescent experiences influence adulthood by following the lives of individuals over the course of 30 years The data...

New review looks at the efficiency of EFSI and Horizon 2020

A new review examining the effectiveness of EFSI and Horizon 2020 has been published by the European Universities Association
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Death on the Nile: Burials on Sai Island

Professor Julia Budka considers the potential of funerary archaeology for reconstructing life in New Kingdom Nubia, particularly on Sai Island A well preserved Pharaonic settlement...
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New strategy good news for transformative manufacturing

Transformative manufacturing and other areas will gain from the government’s new industrial strategy, as Innovate UK’s Simon Edmonds explains The support for business-led innovation announced...

EU-LIFE publish recommendations for EU research programme

Excellent science should be the key focus of the next EU research framework programme, says EU-LIFE
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Ireland’s Horizon 2020 funding target is on track

Ireland's Horizon 2020 performance target is on track, and the country's commitment to the EU is strong, Innovation Minister John Halligan tells AG Ireland has...
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Biomedical engineering and social sciences receive £52m boost

Imperial College London and the London School of Economics will receive a share of £52m to lead research in biomedical engineering and social sciences As...
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The German mandate for open access to research

Germany’s Ministry of Education and Research has put in place a strategy for open access to research publications funded with public money Open access scientific...
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Switzerland’s Horizon 2020 access returned

Switzerland’s Horizon 2020 associated country status will be reinstated following the resolution of a dispute over the free movement of people with the EU Researchers...
Quantum technology researcher Takis Kontos

Hybrid electrons and photons for quantum technology

Quantum technology is a rapidly developing field, with great potential for nanoelectronic applications, as Dr Takis Kontos relates Many machines made by mankind can be...

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