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Jammed inert particles and their role in understanding cancer

Professor Roberto Cerbino of the University of Milan discusses how cell tissues may be ruled by the same laws of jammed inert particles

Health literacy: Developing healthy communities

The University of Applied Sciences in Nordhausen and Pfalzklinikum explain why rural areas have advantages over cities in developing healthy communities

Ensuring health equity for Canadian indigenous populations

Professor Pierre S. Haddad shares the challenges of overcoming health inequality for Canadian indigenous populations and highlights solutions to the issue

A German Adaptation Strategy for climate change

German Environment Agency’s Petra Mahrenholz provides insight into Germany’s Adaptation Strategy and how it assisting in the fight against climate change

Improving trust in computer systems using formal proofs

Dale Miller, Inria, Université Paris-Saclay, LIX, École Polytechnique, and CNRS highlights the role formal proofs can have in ensuring trust in computer systems

Preventing Alzheimer’s disease with neuroimaging methods

Ai-Ling Lin of the Lin Brain Lab details how neuroimaging research can be used to reduce brain aging and the impact of Alzheimer’s disease

Applied nanosciences for printing technologies

Applied nanosciences offer new possibilities for printing and processing, as outlined by Prof. Dr. Silvia Schintke from Heig-VD/HES-SO Switzerland

Why yeast is fundamental for cell death research

Manuela Côrte-Real outlines how yeast can clarify the regulation of cell death pathways and provide new therapeutic strategies for human diseases

Governments must adopt an agile mind-set towards security

Fen Labalme and Robert L. Read of Agile Government Leadership, explain the role of an agile security process in highlighting and preventing security risks

Using surplus heat to create healthier environments

Surplus heat from cities and industry can help create healthier environments. The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences’s Håkan Sandin explains

Demountable construction enables structural diversity

University of Luxembourg’s Prof. Dr.-Ing. Danièle Waldmann-Diederich explains how demountable construction responds to changing structural demands

The vast potential of European science and research

In a speech, Commissioner Moedas shares how the European Research Council has pushed the boundaries of discovery and helped to develop European science

Assessing soils, waters and structures

The interaction between soils, waters and structures are of great interest in the engineering sector, here Alexander Rohe from Deltares outlines why

Adverse health effects of hazardous asbestos waste

Hazardous asbestos waste causes serious problems in communities in the U.S., Ian A Blair, Penn Superfund Research and Training Program Center details

Ensuring the preservation of biodiversity in Finland

Petri Ahlroth, Director of the Natural Environment Centre, Finnish Environment Institute explains why it is important to protect biodiversity in Finland

Open Access Government May 2017

Open Access Government May 2017 includes articles on key topics such as health and social care, research and innovation, as well as cyber security.

Understanding microbial pathogenicity requires holistic analyses

The Institute of Hygiene, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster highlights the changes in microbal pathogenicity

Identifying novel biomarkers for drug-induced kidney injury

The European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA) explain how SAFE-T DIKI is advancing research into drug-induced kidney injury

Climate services – shaping a growing market

Climate services is a growing sector where market opportunities and ways towards operationalisation are being explored. Prof Dr Daniela Jacob explains

Nanoscale imaging research: Why is it useful?

The Center for Electron Nanoscopy’s Professor Jakob Birkedal Wagner highlights the strides being made in nanoscale imaging research

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