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DTU Cen has been operational for ten years now and throughout that time the centre has been active in materials characterisation and fundamental research by means of electron microscopy both within the university and with research groups around the world. The work carried out at DTU Cen is varied and spans the...
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The BioLife digital ecosystem integrates the world’s major life science resources to underpin lifetime patient care, supporting global bioscience.
A focus on metallic, non-metallic and composite materials, on aspects of surfaces and interfaces, multifunctional surface layers and microstructure.
"What if we could forecast earthquakes days before they arrive?" This is the aim of GeoCosmo for humanitarian & societal benefits.
European Green Cities (EGC) is a network aiming to work together for a sustainable Europe, through a number of innovations and collaborations.
Researchers at NTNU's Department of Biotechnology and Food Science study fundamental questions, as well as issues with practical applications.
The Law and Language at the European Court of Justice (LLECJ) Project is led by Dr Karen McAuliffe and is based at the University of Birmingham’s School of Law
Research at the HIMS-Biocat group aims to develop sustainable chemistry, with a focus on developing new biocatalytic systems for the sustainable manufacture of chemical products.
The DZNE investigates the causes of neurodegenerative diseases and develops novel strategies for prevention, treatment and care.
Professor Richard Smith, of the Department of Geography at Cambridge University, investigates the long-run epidemiological consequences of urbanisation 1600 - 1945
Greenstat aims to develop green and profitable projects, in addition to carrying out investments contributing to a rapid transition to the zero-emission society.
Rainmaker Solutions present Wemvula - a new approach to Government digital transformation focused on helping public and private sector organisations.
The Low Carbon Combustion Centre, an initiative by the University of Sheffield, is Europe’s leading facility for novel combustion and low carbon technology.
Global change is accelerating fast and disrupting organizations most thought were untouchable. Some fear these changes. We at Ashridge Executive Education see it differently.
Professor Hannah Wexler discusses her work with Bacteroides fragilis, an important commensal in the gut microbiome but also the most important clinical anaerobic pathogen.
University of Salford is a vibrant university with strong industry partnerships and world class facilities. Eight pioneering, multi-disciplinary specialist research centres work across the fields of arts, health, science, engineering, environment and management.
The NOLOSS Project deals with modern optical technology and is focused on tackling the challenges in order to enhance manufacture.
Pathology as a branch of medicine is considered the "doctrine of diseases". The Institute of Pathology has three main aims, and fulfils important tasks, within health care, teaching and research.