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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How stem cell research is being boosted in Switzerland

Adrian Heuss, Head of Knowledge Transfer on the NRP63 Programme tells Editor Laura Evans more about NRP63 and Stem Cell Research Stem cell research can play...

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

SMEs have a vital role to play in the pharmaceutical field

Dr. Alexander Natz and Dr. Oliver Sude, EUCOPE outline the role small to medium sized innovative companies can play in developing pharmaceutical research
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Creating gender equality knowledge in Switzerland today

Brigitte Liebig, Swiss National Science Foundation on the results of the NRP 60 program & how it will create knowledge regarding gender equality

Quantum theory of matter and light

The Blackett Laboratory, Department of Physics, Imperial College London, London, UK The metamaterial concept has in recent years inspired scientists to conceive perfect lenses, new lasers,...

Industrial biotechnology workshops start academia–industry collaborations

Profile by Alison Parkin, the University of York and Jon Lloyd, University of Manchester A key aim of the Metals in Biology network, one of...

It’s all around us – Heterocyclic chemistry

No surprise that the public interest is readily attracted through the media to the latest fashions in science and it’s good that there is...

Materials characterisation in support of power generation

Mechanical characterisation of high-performance materials has been a long-standing area of expertise at Swansea University. A succession of academics has promoted an intimate relationship...
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Inspiring growth in the aerospace industry

John Laughlin, Aerospace Programme Lead at Innovate UK answers AG’s questions regarding investment in the aerospace industry and how Innovate UK play an integral...

The European Confederation of Pharmaceutical Entrepreneurs AISBL

The European Confederation of Pharmaceutical Entrepreneurs (EUCOPE) is Europe’s principal trade body for small to medium-sized innovative companies working in the field of pharmaceuticals....

How mathematical pathology can characterise cancer

Mathematics pathology is a research branch of pathology in which mathematics and physical principals are applied to the study of diseases. In this field of cancer research, the objective of mathematical pathology is to explain the structural and functional mechanisms that control cancer.

Understanding the links between chemistry and climate change

Santiago V. Luis, Chair of the Chemistry and Environment Network at EuCheMS outlines how chemistry can play a vital role in tackling climate change
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Prioritising health research is key to improving healthcare

Prioritising health research is an important mechanism for improving health, yet much of this research money is wasted, says the University of Nottingham

Archaeologists uncover Bronze Age houses in Cambridgeshire

Historic England archaeologists have uncovered several Bronze Age dwellings have been found whilst digging on a farm in Cambridgeshire
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New plans for a new life science centre is revealed

Plans for a new world-renowned health and life sciences centre has been revealed using the former home of pharmaceutical firm Novartis
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Four new chemical elements added to the periodic table

Super-heavy chemical elements discovered by scientists from Russia, the US, and Japan have been added to the periodic table
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Working towards eliminating childhood cancer

Worldwide, childhood cancer affects approximately 250,000 new children each year, for reasons unknown the incidence is rising...
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Medical image analysis

Medical imaging plays a critical role for diagnosis, treatment planning and follow-up and also in biomedical research.
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Ulster University finds new pancreatic cancer treatment

A new treatment for pancreatic cancer could improve prognosis and increase survival rates… Research from the University of Ulster could change the outlook for people...

Genomic Medicine: the reconceptualization of health and disease

Healthcare expenditure is becoming a major political and economic problem in the developed world, especially in the USA and in the EU. Genomics can...

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