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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Remembering repeated events: Memory in children

Dr Kim Roberts, Professor at Wilfrid Laurier University, conducts research to discover how children use memories when recalling traumatic events Think of a very special...

Making science popular in Italy

Marco Ferrazzoli, Head of the Press Office of Italian National Research Council, and professor at University of Rome Tor Vergata, highlights their aim to...
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Why non-coding RNA research for cancer is key

Jo Vandesompele, Chief Scientific Officer at Biogazelle, outlines how non-coding RNA research for cancer can help develop a more targeted treatment approach  DNA is the...

The Citizens’ Debate on Space for Europe: Another space challenge

The European Space Agency’s Nathalie Meusy reflects on the success of the Citizens’ Debate on Space for Europe and ways to support sustainable development...
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Pottery and people on Sai Island

On Sai Island, pottery tells us a lot about life in the New Kingdom in Nubia, writes Julia Budka, Professor of Egyptian Archaeology and...
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The Data Generation and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

By winning over the Data Generation, the public and private sectors could thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, writes SAS Regional VP Mark Wilkinson The...
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Carbonation induced corrosion of reinforced concrete revisited

The effect of carbonation induced corrosion on reinforced concrete must be addressed both for safety and environmental reasons, say researchers from ETH Zurich
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European Commission and ESA sign new space deal

The European Commision and ESA have signed a new deal aimed at strengthening its space capabilities against the global competition Space programmes in Europe have...
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Chances of securing funding puts researchers off Horizon 2020

A new analysis has warned oversubscription to Horizon 2020 is putting off some of the best researchers from the programme Horizon 2020 may be failing...
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Science that transcends politics for a truly global reach

Politics cannot get in the way of scientific and global collaboration. Professor Colin J Suckling OBE DSc FRSE, Research Professor of Chemistry, Department of...
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Modelling particulate erosion, improving material performance

By modelling particulate erosion, Dr Louise Crocker of the National Physical Laboratory hopes to improve design and understanding of materials… The efficiency of high temperature...
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EUA Director warns the EU Structural Fund is ‘not working’

The EU Structural Fund, a loan aimed at bringing industry and academics together, is not achieving its goal… European University Association (EUA) director Thomas Estermann...
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European universities participate in innovation project

A new €3.7m project will see seven European universities investigate the role higher education facilities have to play in pushing innovation and regional development. The...

The benefits of additive layer manufacturing

Professor Martin Bache from the Rolls Royce University Technology Centre - College of Engineering discusses the growing technology additive layer manufacturing and how it...
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Getting inspired to study physics

Antigone Marino, a Member of the European Physical Society, and Researcher at the Italian Research Council’s Institute of Applied Sciences and Intelligent Systems, outlines...

The importance of Open Science for Europe’s universities

The European University Association (EUA) and its Expert Group on ‘Science 2.0/Open Science’ are supporting universities in Europe in the transition to Open Science....

Encouraging research excellence in Canada

AG highlights how Canada is making strides to become a world-leader in research and innovation… The government of Canada understands the importance of science and...

A spatio-temporal mathematical model for cancer

Zhihui Wang1,2 and Vittorio Cristini1,2   outline how they have developed a model to help predict cancer treatment outcomes… The physical properties of a tumour’s microenvironment...

Cryogenic technologies for precision tactical and space applications

Peter Iredale, Engineering Lead at Honeywell Hymatic discusses cryogenic technologies and how it can be utilised Honeywell Hymatic has been at the forefront of cooling...

Placing education, research and innovation at the heart of Ireland

Dr. Ana Terrés, Director of Research Support at Dublin City University (DCU), looks at how DCU innovates for societal impact and contributes to...

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