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The SMiNC project: Understanding numerical cognition

Distinguished Professor Avishai Henik provides insight into the research being undertaken into numerical cognition via the ERC-supported SMiNC project

How can your organisation meet the transformation agenda?

Sungard Availability Services provides technical know-how and support to meet the transformation agenda and help organisations achieve their cloud ambitions

Folding wing tips could improve aircraft performance

Improving aerodynamic performance could be achieved using folding wing tips. The University of Bristol’s Professor Jonathan Cooper explains

Asteroseismology: It’s written in the stars

The power of asteroseismology – what can we learn from the stars? Saskia Hekker from the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research reveals here

Sustainable water treatment with Arctic attitude

Professor Riitta Keiski, Dean of the Faculty of Technology, University of Oulu talks about the importance of sustainable water treatment in Northern Finland

Reducing the prevalence of childhood obesity in Finland

Childhood obesity can cause major health problems in later life. Open Access Government highlights how Finland is tackling the growing health challenge

Overlooked by public health: Specific language impairment

Mabel L. Rice, University of Kansas highlights specific language impairment and why it often goes unrecognised as health disorder

Advancing space science in Europe requires collaboration

Open Access Government’s M.F Warrender highlights how the European Space Agency and the EU are working together to drive space science

Cosmogenic nuclides: A unique position for earth science

What can cosmogenic nuclides tell us about the earth’s surface? Prof. Dr. Dunai of The Institute of Geology and Mineralogy, University of Cologne explains

Using Positron Emission Mammography to detect breast cancer

Dr Alla Reznik, Canada Research Chair in Physics of Medical Imaging, explains how Positron Emission Mammography is effective when detecting breast cancer

Showcasing 100 years of Estonian art and culture

Sirje Helme, Chief Executive Officer, Art Museum of Estonia shares how Estonian art will be brought to the forefront as the nation celebrates its centennial

Fusion energy could be the future of power production

Neil Alexander for the Canadian Nuclear Association shares why society should be looking to fusion energy to power homes and businesses in the future

Is this the second coming of living labs in Europe?

Here, Seija Kulkki, of Aalto University School of Business discusses participative RDI for inclusive transformations and Europe’s living labs

Fusion energy: Unlocking the zero-emission grid

The opportunities provided by fusion should not be overlooked. Here, Michael Delage, of General Fusion Inc. explains the potential of the energy source A cornerstone of any realistic path to overcoming climate change is developing sources of energy that are emission-free, on-demand and economically viable. Such sources would sustain the...

Managing digital transformation: The bridge to enterprise

The evolving relationship between citizens and local authorities creates challenges when managing digital transformation. Web Labs’ Garry Lander explains

Chronic lymphocytic leukemia: getting closer to a cure?

Associate Professor of Medical Genetics, Silvia Deaglio, highlights the research strides being made in the fight against chronic lymphocytic leukemia

Keeping pests under control requires ongoing research

Chris Bentley, Agricultural Research Service – U.S. Department of Agriculture, explains why research must continue to protect crops from pests and insects

Shining a light on brain functionality after stroke

Professor Saverio Pavone, of the European Laboratory for Non Linear Spectroscopy and Department of Physics highlights the latest advances in stroke research

In situ measurements can offer insight into particulate erosion

Principal Research Scientist Tony Fry discusses using in situ measurements to accelerate the development of material solutions to particulate erosion

Optimising the communication plan of a basic research project

European-supported project “Darklight” shows how basic research can have an impact at several levels, including the general public, if properly communicated

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