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Klara Nahrstedt, Professor and Director of Coordinated Science Laboratory at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and her collaborators explore how data-centric cyberinfrastructures in academic ultra-clean scientific laboratories help speed-up next generation inventions.
In this interview, Mutlu Özcan, Prof. Dr Dr h.c., PhD from the University of Zürich, considers the possibilities concerning reconstructive dentistry and in this vein, digital technologies.
The digitalisation of healthcare is upon us, and Mike Sanders, Chief Executive Officer at Vital Hub UK Group of Companies advises on the best ways of providing effective digital care.
Keith Davies and Prof Dr Harald Braun of i5 Health & Analytics explain tackling the clinical backlog consequences of COVID-19.
Captain Casey Barton Behravesh of the U.S. Public Health Service, and Director of the CDC One Health Office highlights the CDC’s efforts to nationally and internationally prevent zoonotic diseases.
Noureddine Adjeroud from Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, argues here that nanomaterials are present in our daily life.
Dr Lynn Woods, Professor in the Department of Doctoral Programs, School of Nursing, Azusa Pacific University, describes Latinx with dementia and in this respect, why culture matters.
A look at the work of the Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences Division of the United States National Science Foundation (NSF).
The Danish Technological Institute are working on the frontier of technologies for the printed electronics industry, and explain here their areas of expertise.
Open Access Government considers the rudiments of solar energy policy, including its major role in decarbonising the power grid of America.
The European Commission's long-term vision for the EU’s rural areas is explored here, with a focus on identifying the challenges and concerns, as well as highlighting the most promising opportunities.
Wilfred Rouwhorst, Project Coordinator of PJ.37 ITARO, discusses the importance of boosting SESAR Solutions toward pre-deployment whilst minimising the environmental impact.
Open Access Government charts the science and technology policy priorities in Japan, including the areas MEXT Minister HAGIUDA Koichi has been pushing forward.
Here, Professor Zachary Senwo highlights how Soil organic carbon (SOC) interlinks with soil health, agriculture, climate change, and food security.
Here, Grundfos Holding A/S tell us how district heating can effectively contribute to the green energy transition through sector coupling.
Maiko Kiis, Marketing Manager at Solarstone finds out if solar roofs are worth the money and tells us what we need to know about building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV).
Here, we learn how international diagnostics group Novacyt are leading the innovation revolution in clinical diagnostics through discovery, design, and innovation.
UEYAMA Takahiro PhD, details Japan’s 6th Science, Technology and Innovation Basic Plan: Society 5.0 in Pursuit of Peoples’ Well-being Based on Trust and Sharing.
Tom Gentry, Senior Policy Manager, Health Influencing at Age UK, tells us what we need to know about the UK’s ageing population.
Conrad Labandeira explains the mission of the Department of Paleobiology of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, to foster scientific & public understanding of the past biological world & its environment through research.