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JPND: Enabling collaborative research in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases
Professor of Neurology Thomas Gasser, JPND’s Scientific Advisory Board Chair and Director of the Department of Neurodegenerative Diseases, shares in an interview JPND’s innovative research and collaboration efforts in the universal race against Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases.
Human-elephant coexistence: Understanding the conservation landscape
Susan Canney, Director of the Mali Elephant Project, WILD Foundation & International Conservation Fund Canada, explores human-elephant coexistence and the complex social-ecological system of conservation.
Starfish & discard from cod fish: A source of healthy omega-3 fatty acids?
Prof Charlotte Jacobsen, Professor and Head of Research Group for Bioactives – Analysis and Application at the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark, discusses how starfish and discard from different types of cod fish can be a potential source of healthy omega-3 fatty acids.
Hitting your sustainable targets need not cost the earth
Nigel Penny, Video Collaboration Specialist at Logitech UK & IRL offers some advice on how UK public sector organisations can meet their increasing government set green targets much more efficiently.
Einstein Telescope: A unique chance for Europe
Nikhef Researcher Jo Van Den Brand takes us on a journey towards a European gravitational wave observatory with the establishment of Einstein Telescope.
From European Green Cities to the proposed Carbon Zero Digital Platform
Chairman of the board and partner Peder Vejsig Pedersen explores the evolution of the European Green Cities in 1996 to the proposed Carbon Zero Digital Platform in 2021.
International scientific exchange can help transform the world
Open Access Government chart the priorities of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) in supporting excellent young research, both nationally and internationally.
The role of MFDs, photocopiers and printers in the 2021 sustainable office
Dave Crispin, CEO of Crispin Associates (UK) Ltd, presents the latest article around the role MFDs, photocopiers and printers play in the “sustainable” 2021 office.
Net-zero by 2050: Tomorrow’s clean energy ambitions
Georgina Ainscow, Andrew Carridge & Duncan Nevett, patent attorneys at Reddie & Grose LLP, explain the net-zero by 2050 ambition & why tomorrow’s clean energy ambitions depend on innovation today.
The world’s first automated hydration tracking system
Aquarate is committed to combating dehydration in the elderly with their innovative smart cup which accurately monitors fluid intake sip by sip. Rebecca Taylor, CEO and Founder of Aquarate, explains the importance of hydration and introduces the new Hydracare system.
Big data: With great data comes great responsibility
Dr Florian Kerschbaum from the University of Waterloo, argues that with great data comes great responsibility in this big data focus.
Development of tech to track people with dementia getting lost
Timothy Kwok, Director, Jockey Club Centre for Positive Ageing, explores how technology can help track people with dementia who get lost.
Managing the e-waste crisis
Here, Jonathan Wilkins, Director at EU Automation, explores whether a proactive obsolescence strategy could be the key to reducing e-waste.
Enabling sensing technology for the next generation of flight
Professor Kristi A. Morgansen, University of Washington, explores the potential of using sensing technology in the next generation of flight.
From Open Science to Open Innovation: The ATTRACT Project
Professor Sergio Bertolucci, Chair of the ATTRACT R&D&I Committee (IC), explores how the ATTRACT Project is bridging the gap between research and industry to go from Open Science to Open Innovation.
What are the challenges surrounding gene therapy today?
Dr Jen Vanderhoven, Director, National Horizons Centre, Teesside University, sheds some light on how the gene therapy field can progress in the face of funding challenges and skills shortages.
Can cloud seeding partially mitigate the environmental impact of climate change?
Darrel Baumgardner, Chief Scientist from Droplet Measurement Technologies, LLC, considers if cloud seeding can partially mitigate the environmental impact of climate change
Computer, information science & engineering research
Here, Open Access Government charts the U.S. National Science Foundation’s priorities for upholding its leadership in computer, information science & engineering research.
Reconstructive Dentistry focus
In this interview, Mutlu Özcan, Prof Dr Dr hc, PhD from University of Zürich, lavishes us with details about Reconstructive Dentistry.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Protecting the air we breathe
In an interview with Open Access Government, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Tim Carroll offers a fascinating insight into the current and future state of U.S. air quality.