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EDC Endocrine Disruptors Project-Instituto Superiore di Sanita

New insights on reproductive toxicants

Alberto Mantovani discusses new findings regarding reproductive toxicants, which was debated at the European Teratology Society Conference in September The public, policy makers and scientists...
DTU CEN - Center For Electron Nanoscopy

Atom-by-Atom – Watching carbon atoms assemble to low-dimensional nanostructures

Jakob Birkedal Wagner of the DTU Center For Electron Nanoscopy discusses research into low-dimensional nanostructures from carbon assembly The abundance of carbon in nature combined with...
University of Strathclyde

Chemistry-based Innovation: There’s life in the old science (literally)

Professor Colin Suckling discusses chemistry-based innovation and research benefits that can be seen during our lifetimes. Many people have written off traditional sciences as having little...
DTU CEN - Center For Electron Nanoscopy

In situ electron microscopy unravelling mobile atoms

Recent development in in situ electron microscopy is discussed by Thomas Willum Hansen, Senior Researcher at DTU CEN - Center For Electron Nanoscopy. Contemporary society...

imec.istart helps tech entrepreneurs kick-start their business

imec.istart is a business incubation / acceleration program that supports tech start-ups with coaching, facilities and funding. The program has been recognized by UBI...
University of Strathclyde

The pervasive penetration of heterocyclic chemistry research

Professor Colin Suckling discusses heterocyclic chemistry research and how it makes a difference. Because I work on chemical biology and medicinal chemistry, most of the...
EDC Endocrine Disruptors Project-Instituto Superiore di Sanita

ISS – endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDC)

Alberto Mantovani presents the contribution of the Istituto Superiore di Sanità (ISS) to the international assessment of endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDC). The Istituto Superiore di Sanità (ISS), as...
Ingenuity Lab

Ingenuity Lab: Tackling global challenges

Ingenuity Lab discuss the development of over the horizon solutions to global challenges. Our modern world seems to get more complex every day. As our technological...
University of Strathclyde

University of Strathclyde: Pushing the limits of heterocyclic chemistry

The connecting theme of my contributions to AG publications is heterocyclic chemistry, which in my own work relates to drug discovery and medicinal chemistry, a...
EDC Endocrine Disruptors Project-Instituto Superiore di Sanita

The importance of communicating in earnest on EDC

Risk communication is often perceived as the last and least component of risk analysis, well behind risk assessment and risk management; conversely, it is a...
SIforAGE

SIforAGE: Envisioning the new world for older people

SIforAGE is an European project of the VII Framework Programme, (Science-in-Society 2012-2016) which aims at promoting Active and Healthy Ageing (AHA) in society by...
University of Strathclyde

Should we bother to teach chemistry anymore?

Professor Colin Suckling discusses the importance of chemistry... As the year moves on into August we in Universities start to prepare for the next academic...
ETH Zurich

Concrete Infrastructure: Durability screening of new blended cements

Portland cement has for decades been the most used type of cement to build reinforced concrete infrastructure. Experience and research on corrosion of reinforcement...
UCB Pharma

Enabling research into Neurodegenerative disease through sharing of data

Professor Duncan McHale discusses neurodegenerative disease research... Neurodegenerative diseases are a growing global challenge as medical advances ensures more individuals live longer.  By 2020 there...
University of Strathclyde

Heterocyclic chemistry challenges the Antibiotic Apocalypse: Smart Diagnosis

Having issued the challenge, what are we doing about it? What does heterocyclic chemistry contribute in this context? Coping with microbial resistance has many...
UQTR

Biobased electrospun nanofibers for recovery of precious metals from e-waste liquid streams

Waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) also known as “e-waste” is actually one of the fastest growing waste streams all around the world. This...
University of Strathclyde

Getting from the chemistry to the medicine as effectively as possible

The most practiced industrial route to discovering a drug starts from the identification of a presumed biological macromolecule that will be the target for...
University of Strathclyde

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...

Illustration of Variation in Muscle Radiodensity

Our research group has developed a novel lens with which to view cancer patients: using computed tomography (CT) images routinely taken during clinical assessment,...
alpha trace

What if antiepileptic medication does not help?

Epileptic seizures may be rare events and they cannot be predicted. Especially the unpredicatability of seizure occurence has psychological and social consequences. Patients suffering...

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