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100 climate neutral smart cities
In this article, Anna Lisa Boni, Secretary General of EUROCITIES, explains her thoughts on 100 climate neutral smart cities in more detail.
The cultivation of sustainable and organic medical cannabis in controlled environments
CEO of OC Care ApS, Christian Ohlendorff Hollensen, illuminates us on what we need to know about the cultivation of sustainable and organic medical cannabis in controlled environments, including the essential factor of lighting.
Noise reduction solution bends sound waves upwards: Less impact on environment
Here, Bart Willems discusses the Dutch noise reduction solution using diffraction to decrease the impact on the environment.
The NIHR Health Technology Assessment Programme: Research needed by the NHS
Professor Hywel C. Williams, Director of the NIHR Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Programme, sheds light on the HTA Programme that is pushing and pulling research that is needed by the UK National Health Service.
Cadent: Using hydrogen for a net zero future
The owner of the UK’s biggest gas distribution network, with 80,000 miles of pipes, explains how gas has a role in the net zero future.
Sovereignport discuss their CBD and Hemp supply chain
Speaking with Sarah Yetman, CEO of Sovereignport, we understand how she pioneered a CBD and hemp supply chain that is surviving COVID-19 measures.
Northern Gas and Power: Technology underpins global growth strategy
Northern Gas and Power discuss launching BusinessEnergyQuotes.com and their fourth-place debut into the Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 league table.
Metastable and excited negative ion formation in lanthanide and actinide atoms: Implications for electron...
Dr Alfred Msezane from the Department of Physics, Clark Atlanta University, tells us about the implications for electron affinity determination when considering metastable and excited negative ion formation in lanthanide and actinide atoms.
Websites hold the key to green government
While public sector organisations are exploring ways to meet their sustainability commitments, there’s often one obvious area that is overlooked: Varnish Software’s Lars Larsson explains why websites hold the key to green government.
How to rebuild trust in government: The wellbeing approach
Dr Louise Reardon, Lecturer in Governance and Public Policy at the Institute of Local Government Studies, University of Birmingham, explains how wellbeing is vital to rebuild trust in government.
Crops for the future: Accelerating protein transitions with new plant-based foods
Sabrina Ruzanski & Emanuele Zannini detail PROTEIN2FOOD, a project that concerns pioneering crops for future generations, most notably, accelerating protein transitions with new plant-based foods.
Open Access Government April 2020
The April 2020 edition of Open Access Government covers a remarkable breadth of stimulating content on government policy issues throughout the world, such as health, research, robotics & AI, international development, transport, energy and environment plus much more!
Fire in data centres: Smoke is the biggest cause of damage
Derek Killaspy, Managing Director of Fireworks Ltd, explores why data centres are moving to high pressure water mist fire suppression systems.
Legacy technology: An obstacle to your digital ambitions
Here David Turner, Managing Director at MSC Digital, talks us through a simple strategy and approach for a cloud based solution.
The HQ of the future: Agile working is changing how and where we work
The HQ of the future will be smaller and more innovative: PLACEmaking examine how agile working is changing office estate.
Chemistry analysis: Microfluidic detection of intracellular nitric oxide levels
Jay Sibbitts, Prof Dr Stefan H. Bossmann and Prof Dr Christopher T. Culbertson, from Kansas State University, Department of Chemistry in the U.S., underline microfluidic detection of intracellular nitric oxide levels.
Progress in battery research: Safety and ageing studies using calorimeters
Here, Dr Carlos Ziebert, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, discusses progress in battery research through safety and ageing studies using calorimeters.
Pop-Machina: The breakthrough of the circular maker movement in Europe
Kris Bachus and Julie Metta from the HIVA Research Institute of KU Leuven, Belgium, present Pop-Machina, a Horizon 2020 Innovation project that promotes circular maker communities in urban areas.
The great need for Analgesic innovation: 1 in 4 of us are waiting
Here, Mark J. Field M.Sc. FRSB, FIScT, MRPharmS, Owner and Founder of Analgesic Innovation, discusses the ever-pressing need for Analgesic Innovation.
Cannyx Markets UK Ltd: The globalisation of the CBD industry
Here, Hassan Akhtar explains how Cannyx Markets UK Ltd. Are successfully navigating the globalisation of the CBD industry.