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technology in hungary

The future of innovation and technology in Hungary

Here, we explore just some of the many areas covered by Hungary’s Economy Protection Action Plan, put in place to ensure a strong future for innovation and technology in Hungary.
Social value in the public sector

Social value in the public sector

Adam Crampsie, Managing Director, Bloom Procurement Services directs our attention to social value in the public sector.
Open science

Physics in Finland: Open science in the making

Katri Huitu and Kati Lassila-Perini from Helsinki Institute of Physics, Finland, chart open science in the making including a short overview of related accelerator research expertise in Finland.
Diarrheal disease

Introduction to E.coli and diarrheal disease

Ann G. Matthysse, Professor of Biology from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill provides an informative introduction to E. coli and diarrheal disease.
Public sector digital transformation

Public sector digital transformation

Here, Adam Crampsie, Managing Director, Bloom Procurement Services turns our thoughts to digital transformation and social value in the public sector.
Antarctic ice sheet

Mass loss of the Antarctic ice sheet driven by ice-ocean interaction

Shin Sugiyama, Institute of Low Temperature Science from Hokkaido University provides a fascinating look at the mass loss of the Antarctic ice sheet driven by ice-ocean interaction.
robotic manipulation research, kensuke harada

Robotic manipulation research: From the laboratory to the real world

Here, Professor Kensuke Harada discusses the implementation of robotic manipulation research in the real world.
COVID-19 and diabetes

COVID-19 and diabetes: What do we (not) know?

Dr Lucy Chambers, Head of Research Communications at Diabetes UK, provides us with her thoughts on COVID-19 and diabetes, in terms of what do we (not) know.
Transforming government

Digital accessibility: Transforming government

Alison Pritchard, Interim Director General, Government Digital Service comments that digital accessibility is transforming government to meet user needs.
bioeconomy

Fuelling the bioeconomy through U.S. innovation and collaboration

Insight into the emerging bioeconomy, is provided here by Michael Berube, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Transportation in the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy at the U.S. Department of Energy.
Sensing technologies, ore deposit modelling, X-Mine project

X-Mine project: Sensing technologies and 3D ore deposit modelling methods

Janne Paaso from VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland tells us what we need to know about the X-Mine project that develops X-ray and 3D vision-based sensing technologies plus 3D ore deposit modelling methods.
research and innovation in Europe

Research and Innovation in Europe: Pushing science forward after COVID-19

Megan Warrender, Assistant Editor at Open Access Government, discusses research and innovation in Europe, and why in a post COVID-19 world, science is more important than ever.
narcotic

CBD: Narcotic substance or a novel food product?

CBD is at the forefront of pharmacology. So why has the European Commission changed its recommended status to “Narcotic”? Read on to find out more.
filters for water purification

Chemistry: Nanocellulose filters for water purification

Benjamin S. Hsiao, Distinguished Professor from Stony Brook University details nanocellulose filters for water purification in this fascinating chemistry focus.
gravitational wave

Gravitational wave science in Europe: from Virgo to Einstein Telescope

Professor Jo van den Brand at the National Institute for Subatomic Physics (Nikhef) discusses developments in the world of gravitational wave science.
Science and Technology

How can Japan remain a world competitor in Science and Technology?

As many countries increase their participation in Science and Technology, Japan has noticed a decrease in their own. Here, we chart the priorities for the country to remain a world leader in science and technology policy.
knowledge and education

Portugal: “The development of a country requires knowledge and education”

Open Access Government investigates Portugal’s current strategies for improving research and innovation post COVID-19, and finds that knowledge and education are key.
crop variety

Agriculture: Finding the crop variety with a stronger root force toward higher yield

Chang-Soo Kim, Professor from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering – Missouri University of Science and Technology, details his expertise on finding the crop variety with a stronger root force toward higher yield in this agriculture focus.
mixtures of endocrine disruptors

Food safety: Assessing mixtures of endocrine disruptors

Alberto Mantovani from Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Roma, Italy, looks at an aspect of food safety that concerns assessing mixtures of endocrine disruptors.
taste-based discrimination

Taste-based discrimination: How does it work?

Open Access Government speaks with Sigrid Suetens, a Professor in the Department of Economics at Tilburg University, about her research monitoring taste-based discrimination in Europe.

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