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JPND: Neurodegenerative disease research without boundaries
Jacqueline Hoogendam, JPND’s newly elected Vice-Chair and Executive Board member talks about JPND’s past and present strategies in its outreach campaign within and beyond Europe.
Open Access Government January 2022
We welcome 2022 with our January volume - this publication includes health & social care, then research & innovation followed by digital transformation, equality, economic development, transport, environment, energy and agriculture and more.
Advancing science and technology in Japan
Scientific research acts as a pioneer on the frontiers of human knowledge. Open Access Government outline Japan’s efforts to advance technology
Oestrogen signalling, environmental chemicals & links with breast cancer
Members of the Breast Cancer & Environment Research Program walk us through what we need to know about oestrogen signalling, including environmental chemicals & links with breast cancer.
The value of BIO-supported research
Here, Open Access Government outline the thoughts of the NSF Directorate for Biological Sciences, (BIO) enabling discoveries for understanding life.
Human & animal health, food security & biosecurity
Curtis R Youngs from Iowa State University probes the relationship between human and animal health in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, including comment on the food system & biosecurity programmes.
Driving innovations through European research projects PLURAL, POWERSKIN+ and SWITCH2SAVE
Ing. Zuzana Taťáková M.Sc., Project Manager at FENIX TNT s.r.o., tells us about three European research projects, PLURAL, POWERSKIN+ and SWITCH2SAVE.
Nature-based solutions for climate change: OPERANDUM project
Professor Silvana Di Sabatino, tells us about the H2020 funded OPERANDUM project as a nature-based solution for climate change adaptation The OPERANDUM (OPEn-air laboRA-tories for Nature baseD solUtions to Manage hydro-meteorological risks) is a four and half year project funded by the European Commission within the H2020 programme that aims...
Astrophysics and astronomy in the U.S.
How is the U.S. National Science Foundation improving diversity in astrophysics and astronomy? Here, Open Access Government investigates.
Bringing European space to the next level
Highlighting the priorities of the European Space Agency’s Agenda 2025, with the ultimate goal of being a world-class, leading space agency
112CO2: Low temperature catalytic methane decomposition for COx-free hydrogen production
Adélio Mendes, Full Professor from University of Porto and coordinator of 112CO2 project, describes the concept of low temperature catalytic methane decomposition for COx-free hydrogen production.
How wearables can help improve cardiovascular health
Wearable devices are being used as part of a cardiology programme “Our Hearts Our Minds” to support patients at risk of, or who have a cardiovascular condition.
Promoting equality in Canadian research
Open Access Government investigate the 2022 priorities of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) in Canada
Eyes on Planned Care
In a previous article, Lisa Riley, Vice President of Strategic Product and Partnership Development for VitalHub UK, cited how digital healthcare is helping to transform the NHS through whole system integration in planned care, here Stuart Jeffery talks from a customer perspective.
Investing in Switzerland’s researchers and their ideas
Assistant Editor of Open Access Government, investigates how the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) is shaping research in Switzerland
Protecting Europe’s oceans
Open Access Government look ahead to the 2022 priorities of Virginijus Sinkevičius, European Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries.
In Puerto Rico, USDA holds the line on African swine fever
The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, explains here how in Puerto Rico, they hold the line on African swine fever (ASF)
Caring for those who care for us
Claudia Marinetti, Director of Mental Health Europe, calls for action to curb the prevalence of mental distress amongst frontline health workers.
STEM: Improving diversity, equity & inclusiveness
Dr David Morris, Director of the Etelman Observatory, discusses the importance of improving diversity, equity & inclusiveness, particularly in the STEM disciplines, including physics, astrophysics & astronomy.
10 years of the Social Value Act
As 2022 marks 10 years since the Social Value Act came into force, Guy Battle, CEO, Social Value Portal takes stock of where we are, and how things look for the year to come.