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Canada: Supporting research coast-to-coast Innovation, Science & Economic Development
Canada (ISED) works in all areas of the economy and in all parts of the country to improve conditions for investment, enhance innovation performance, increase Canada’s share of global trade and build a fair, efficient and competitive marketplace.
No time to lose: Protecting young people’s mental health
Here, Mental Health Europe call for a crucial overhaul in European support for young people’s mental health through the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
NIST: Advancing innovation for quality of life
The National Institute of Standards & Technology works to promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards and technology to enhance economic security and improve quality of life.
Mapping European brain research: The past, present and future
Professor Monica Di Luca, Past President of the European Brain Council outlines the past, present and vital future of European brain research
The importance of dementia day care services during COVID-19
Professor Timothy Kwok, Director of the Jockey Club Centre for Positive Ageing, and Research Manager Ms Bel Wong, explain the necessity of dementia day care services during the pandemic.
Cultivating a resilient environment with ground-breaking science
Professor Susan Waldron, Director of Research and Skills at the Natural Environment Research Council emphasises the importance of research and innovation in adapting to climate change.
Public bodies’ digitally assisted transition to cross-organisation working
Kieron Murphy, Chief Customer Officer at Matrix Booking, explores the concept of smart sharing, explaining that public bodies seek a digitally assisted transition towards cross-organisation working
Global food security analysis – part 1
Curtis R Youngs from Iowa State University, provides an analysis of global food security, in this the first part of a four-part series
Epilepsy, brain tumours and pioneering neurosurgery
Maxine Smeaton, Chief Executive of Epilepsy Research UK delves into the common yet complex connections between brain tumours and seizures.
From crime scene to courtroom: Advancing the fair administration of justice
National Institute of Justice forensic science research is strengthening the fair and impartial administration of justice, explains Jonathan McGrath, Senior Policy Analyst, National Institute of Justice, Office of Investigative and Forensic Sciences
The road to net-zero requires heat pump technology
Russell Dean, Head of Residential Heating and Ventilation at Mitsubishi Electric, charts the road to net-zero that requires heat pump technology.
STIMULATE Long Covid study: Opportunities for patients and innovation
The STIMULATE study will assess how patients with Long Covid progress and recover, explore innovative treatment options and investigates health inequalities
COVID-19 impact on rare disease: Peroxisomal disorders
Dr Michael Wangler, Assistant Professor at Molecular and Human Genetics Baylor College of Medicine and Katie Sacra, Director of Family Programs, Global Foundation for Peroxisomal Disorders, mother of TJ, discusses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on families with rare disease - especially peroxisomal disorders.
Towards a zero trust security model for higher education
Martin Roots, Managing Director of Expede Group Limited, charts the pathway to a zero trust security model for higher education.
Energy-producing buildings & carbon zero city districts
Peder Vejsig Pedersen from European Green Cities turns the spotlight on energy-producing buildings and carbon zero city districts.
AI to study ancient writing systems
Shai Gordin, Senior Lecturer at Digital Pasts Lab, Ariel University in Israel, enlightens us on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) for studying ancient writing systems.
Time is running out: What risk does the ISDN/PSTN switch off pose?
Time is running out…to consider what exposure and risks the ISDN/PSTN switch off poses to your organisation, says Nick Cassidy, Director, Segmentation Group Ltd.
Visualising genomic instability in cancer
Sabine Mai and Aline Rangel-Pozzo from CancerCare Manitoba Research Institute, The University of Manitoba, explore how 3D imaging and quantitative analysis provide key insights into genomic instability.
Public sector cloud hosting: It’s time to make the switch
The experts behind QuickThink Cloud explain why public sector organisations all over the UK should be looking to host their ERP software and wider IT infrastructure in the cloud.
Training a new generation of problem solvers
How can education programmes develop the problem-solving skills of today’s schoolchildren and tomorrow’s STEM workforce?