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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£500m for heart disease research

Cardiac charity the British Heart Foundation has revealed it will pump £500m into researching heart disease. A new strategy launched by the British Heart Foundation...

Agroforestry and its impact

Dr Thomas J. Sauer, Research Leader at the National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment, U.S. Department of Agriculture details the importance of agroforestry for...

Biopolymers: Research challenges

Polymers & Biopolymers Since World War II and with advances in chemistry, technological progress and the growth of material science, a new class of synthesised...

Non-Human Primate (NHP) Research in Switzerland

In the context of a Project of Cooperation and Innovation (PCI) launched by the Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI), the...

A New Catalyst for an Ancient Bulk Chemical

A research group at DTU Chemistry shows, that zeolite recrystallization allows synthesis of extremely efficient gold nanoparticle catalysts This latest research from DTU Chemistry could...
Million dollar question in prostate cancer research

Million dollar question in prostate cancer research

Owen Sharp, CEO at Prostate Cancer UK sheds light on the important work that’s being done to better diagnose and treat prostate cancer… Most prostate...
The role of excellent science in an ERA of innovation

The role of excellent science in innovation

Stephan Kuster, Head of Policy Affairs at Science Europe outlines the role scientific excellence plays in encouraging innovation throughout Europe Science is surrounded by growing...

Biomass to Energy in Finland

Mika Järvinen Associate Professor at the Department of Energy Technology at Aalto University details how new technologies can further increase biomass potential Reducing fossil CO2 emissions...

Towards miniature electron accelerators for a wide range of applications

Particle accelerators have already become useful, and in many cases an indispensable tool in many applications, such as medical treatments (radiotherapy, production of isotopes...
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Physiology of animal growth, development and reproduction

A significant part of fundamental research in the Kielanowski Institute of Animal Physiology and Nutrition Polish Academy of Sciences in Jablonna Central regulatory mechanisms A number of...

ANR, an actor in building the European Research Area

The French National Research Agency (ANR) outlines how they are committed to increasing the quality of science funding through European collaboration In both basic and...

The role of excellent science in an ERA of innovation

Stephan Kuster, Head of Policy Affairs at Science Europe outlines the role scientific excellence plays in encouraging innovation throughout Europe Science is surrounded by growing...
Tackling antibiotic resistance

Tackling antibiotic resistance

Andrew Miller MP, Chair of the Science and Technology Committee sheds light on why the next government must make tackling antibiotic resistance a public...
EFSI funding should not come from research budget

European Parliament criticises EFSI budget plans

The European Parliament has said the European Fund for Strategic Investments should not shave money off the Horizon 2020 research budget to make up...
University leaders lobby Brussels on research cuts

University leaders protest research cuts

More than 50 UK university leaders are set to travel to Brussels today to lobby European policy makers against potential research funding cuts... Professor Sir...
Being overweight reduces the risk of dementia

Being overweight reduces the risk of dementia

According to a new study being overweight can reduce the risk of getting dementia by 18 per cent Researchers from Oxon Epidemiology and the London...
Promoting research in Norway

Promoting research in Norway

AG highlights how the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research is ensuring their commitment to research and development over the coming year…   The EU’s significant investment...
Strengthening Europe’s digital economy

Strengthening Europe’s digital economy

Gerard de Graaf, Director – ‘Digital Economy and Coordination’ Communications Networks of the European Commission explains the importance of closing the ICT skills gap… Digital technology,...
A new blood test could help with antibiotic use

A new blood test could help with antibiotic use

A new blood test that can determine whether an infection is caused by a bacteria or a virus within two hours could stop patients...
High aspirations for Norway in Horizon 2020

High aspirations for Norway in Horizon 2020

Arvid Hallén, Director General of The Research Council of Norway, sheds light on how the country will benefit from the Horizon 2020 programme and...

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