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oestrogen breast cancer, oestrogens

Oestrogen signalling, environmental chemicals & links with breast cancer

Members of the Breast Cancer & Environment Research Program walk us through what we need to know about oestrogen signalling, including environmental chemicals & links with breast cancer.
bio-supported research

The value of BIO-supported research

Here, Open Access Government outline the thoughts of the NSF Directorate for Biological Sciences, (BIO) enabling discoveries for understanding life.
biosecurity programmes

Human & animal health, food security & biosecurity

Curtis R Youngs from Iowa State University probes the relationship between human and animal health in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, including comment on the food system & biosecurity programmes.
european research projects, powerskin

Driving innovations through European research projects PLURAL, POWERSKIN+ and SWITCH2SAVE

Ing. Zuzana Taťáková M.Sc., Project Manager at FENIX TNT s.r.o., tells us about three European research projects, PLURAL, POWERSKIN+ and SWITCH2SAVE.
climate change adaptation

Nature-based solutions for climate change: OPERANDUM project

Professor Silvana Di Sabatino, tells us about the H2020 funded OPERANDUM project as a nature-based solution for climate change adaptation The OPERANDUM (OPEn-air laboRA-tories for Nature baseD solUtions to Manage hydro-meteorological risks) is a four and half year project funded by the European Commission within the H2020 programme that aims...
astrophysics and astronomy

Astrophysics and astronomy in the U.S.

How is the U.S. National Science Foundation improving diversity in astrophysics and astronomy? Here, Open Access Government investigates.
methane decomposition

112CO2: Low temperature catalytic methane decomposition for COx-free hydrogen production

Adélio Mendes, Full Professor from University of Porto and coordinator of 112CO2 project, describes the concept of low temperature catalytic methane decomposition for COx-free hydrogen production.
cardiovascular health

How wearables can help improve cardiovascular health

Wearable devices are being used as part of a cardiology programme “Our Hearts Our Minds” to support patients at risk of, or who have a cardiovascular condition.
planned care

Eyes on Planned Care

In a previous article, Lisa Riley, Vice President of Strategic Product and Partnership Development for VitalHub UK, cited how digital healthcare is helping to transform the NHS through whole system integration in planned care, here Stuart Jeffery talks from a customer perspective.
biodiversity loss, green technology

Protecting Europe’s oceans

Open Access Government look ahead to the 2022 priorities of Virginijus Sinkevičius, European Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries.
mental distress

Caring for those who care for us

Claudia Marinetti, Director of Mental Health Europe, calls for action to curb the prevalence of mental distress amongst frontline health workers.
stem equity

STEM: Improving diversity, equity & inclusiveness

Dr David Morris, Director of the Etelman Observatory, discusses the importance of improving diversity, equity & inclusiveness, particularly in the STEM disciplines, including physics, astrophysics & astronomy.
Social Value act

10 years of the Social Value Act

As 2022 marks 10 years since the Social Value Act came into force, Guy Battle, CEO, Social Value Portal takes stock of where we are, and how things look for the year to come.

Long COVID: A global problem needing a global solution

Professor Amitava Banerjee turns our thoughts towards Long COVID, a global problem needing a global solution.
brain tumour patients

Getting personal in brain tumour therapy: Matching therapies to patients

Sean E. Lawler PhD from Brown University Cancer Center, an experienced scientist in the brain tumour field
parturition

Natural sciences: Normal human parturition mechanisms

Claire Kendal-Wright, PhD, from Chaminade University of Honolulu, argues that when it comes to understanding the normal human parturition mechanisms, danger associated molecular patterns may be part of the answer.
design tools for quantum computing, quantum

Design tools for quantum computing

Robert Wille, Professor at the Johannes Kepler University Linz and Software Competence Center Hagenberg, walks us through design tools for quantum computing.
creatine deficiency, genetic treatment

Genetic disease treatment research for creatine deficiency

Professor Olivier Braissant, believes there is hope for the treatment of creatine deficiency thanks to new genetic disease research - here, he tells us all about the recent developments.
attract programme

ATTRACT as a funding experiment for innovation (2/4)

Professor Sergio Bertolucci, Chair of the ATTRACT R&D&I Committee (IC), enlightens us on ATTRACT as a funding experiment for innovation
capture techniques, RNA tissues

Next generation sequencing in tissues: Capture methods

Richie Kohman, Synthetic Biology Platform Lead, Wyss Institute at Harvard, tells us about capture techniques to extract RNA from tissues.

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