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.

Validated inspection techniques for composites in energy applications

Michael Gower, Principal Research Scientist (Polymer Composites) from the National Physical Laboratory highlights The VITCEA project… The excellent mechanical properties, low weight, fatigue and...
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Targeting genes to create resilience and treat post-trauma symptoms

Hermona Soreq, Ph.D., Professor of Molecular Neuroscience, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem discusses combining the environmental and personalised medicine aspects of microRNA ‘guardians’ and their target genes into post-trauma...

Infectious disease is a global problem

Professor Colin J Suckling, Research Professor of Chemistry at the Department of Pure & Applied Chemistry, University of Strathclyde looks at how the recent...

Settlement archaeology in Egypt and Nubia

Julia Budka, Professor of Egyptian Archaeology and Art at LMU Munich sheds light on the missing link to a more direct understanding of Pharaonic...

MicroRNA and its role in preventing psychiatric disease

Hermona Soreq, Ph.D., Professor of Molecular Neuroscience, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem discusses how MicroRNA guardians prevent psychiatric disease by controlling brain-expressed non-coding ‘pseudogenes’... Psychiatric diseases such as schizophrenia or manic-depressive...

Nanotherapy and its role in multiple myeloma treatment

A new class of nanotherapy blockades the genetic drive for multiple myeloma progression. Gregory M. Lanza and Michael H Tomasson, of Department of Medicine, Washington University...

New concept of flame retardant coatings

Dr. Jimenez Maude, Associate Professor at Lille University outlines how flame retardant coatings can give better protection to major structures such as buildings… Fire is...

German research awarded €533m budget

Following a lengthy debate, German research has been granted a boon in the form of a €533m budget per year indefinitely… German research has secured...
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£57.5m funding for biomedical and quantum technology

The government has announced £57.5m funding will be made available for the UK’s energy and infrastructure, biomedical, and quantum technology sectors… A new funding boost has...

Harnessing new technologies for the defence sector

Professor Neil Stansfield, Quantum Programme Strategic Lead at the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, explains how new technologies such as cryogenics are making game-changing...
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Research Councils UK sets out its stance post Brexit vote

The UK research sector must retain its relationships with the EU, irrespective of the vote, to maintain its global position in the future… Research Councils...

Reducing NOx emissions from exhaust fumes

Susanne Mossin, Associate Professor at DTU Chemistry discusses the role of copper substituted zeolites in reducing NOx emissions from exhaust fumes... Copper substituted zeolites are...

HPC fuelling innovation: The Irish experience

Jean-Christophe Desplat, Director at the Irish Centre for High-End Computing (ICHEC) explains the benefits of high-performance computing… High-performance computing (HPC) has emerged as a key...

Using semantic technologies for GRC in the financial industry

Peter G Cowap and Professor Tom Butler from the GRC Technology Centre talk about how semantic technologies can be employed to solve the problems...
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Reclassifying neurodegenerative diseases for drug development

Professor Duncan McHale, Head Global Exploratory Development, UCB discusses reclassifying neurodegenerative diseases to enable drug development and to help patients... Neurodegenerative diseases are a growing global challenge...
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Biometrics gaining identity

As the influence of biometrics continues, Christopher Brown, Programme Manager for Governance & Resilience at BSI, explores its growing role in modern society… Biometrics can be...

World class mechanical property assessments

Colin Small, Chief Operating Officer at Swansea Materials Research and Testing (SMaRT) Ltd outlines how the company provides industry and academia many forms of...

UK science looks ahead following EU vote

The UK science sector looks to the future following the outcome of the vote to leave the EU this morning… Whether you voted to leave...

Expansion planned for NI Science Park

The Northern Ireland Science Park is set to undergo major development over the next decade as part of expansion plans… Non-profit foundation the Northern Ireland...

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...

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