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cities in europe, potential

Unlocking the potential of cities in Europe

Alex Ryan, Urban Design and Transport Expert at PA Consulting, delves into unlocking the potential of cities in Europe.

ATTRACT as a funding experiment for innovation: the final part

Sergio Bertolucci, Chair of the ATTRACT R&D&I Committee, discusses his final remarks on the ATTRACT funding for innovation.
fragrance rice

A decade after the most important gene of fragrance rice uncovered

Professor Dr Apichart Vanavichit, Director of the Rice Science Center, reflects on the decade since the most important gene of fragrance rice was uncovered.

The city FEEDS the city and FERTILIZES the countryside: sustainable food production

The circular and sustainable food production system of the future is already here: Farming as a Service has been launched in Sweden.
precision cancer medicine

Who will pay for the precision cancer medicine revolution?

Ketil Widerberg, General Manager of Oslo Cancer Cluster, describes the complexities of implementing precision cancer medicine in Norway and suggests a way forward.
engineering solutions

Engineering solutions for ecological problems

Christine M. Cunningham, Professor at The Pennsylvania State University, discusses engineering solutions for children to help solve ecological problems
bio-based industries in europe, research & innovation

Research & innovation for bio-based industries in Europe

Philippe Mengal, Executive Director at CBE JU ‐ Circular Bio‐based Europe Joint Undertaking, charts the priorities for a strategic research & innovation agenda for competitive bio-based industries in Europe.
collaborative solutions in digital healthcare

The Case for ‘Best of Breed’ Collaborative Solutions in Digital Health

Phil Evans, EIDO’s Director of Partnerships, writes about the crucial importance of collaborative solutions in digital health and the healthcare sector.
Alzheimer’s, mild cognitive impairment

Digital biomarker predicts mild cognitive impairment conversion to Alzheimer’s

Digital biomarker can identify which cases of mild cognitive impairment will develop into Alzheimer’s so that early interventions can be put in place to prevent the onset of the disease.

How language and communication barriers affect UK government organisations

Joe Miller, Pocketalk General Manager of the Americas and Europe, explores how language and communication barriers affect UK government organisations & the solutions available.
uncertainty in sea-level rise

Uncertainty in sea-level rise & how can we use it as a tool

Sandy Avrutin, Ocean and Earth Science Postgraduate Researcher, National Oceanography Centre at the University of Southampton, describes the uncertainty in sea-level rise, what it is & how we can use it as a tool.
sustainability science

Research priorities for sustainability science

Future Earth highlights pertinent research gaps and suggests forthcoming fields of research in the field of sustainability science.
diagnosis and treatment, lung cancer

The impact of new minimally invasive lung cancer diagnosis and treatment

Elize Sturkenboom – van de Wetering, Venture Leader of Lung Oncology at Phillips Healthcare, discusses the diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer through new minimally invasive therapy.
therapeutic enhancement

Acoustic Cluster Therapy – A novel ultrasound-mediated drug delivery platform for therapeutic enhancement across...

Optimising a drug’s ability to reach diseased body parts in adequate levels while avoiding healthy body parts – its tissue exposure and selectivity – is critical to therapeutic optimisation.

Regenerative therapies for multiple sclerosis: Clues from studying normal brain development

Tara M. DeSilva from the Department of Neurosciences, Cleveland Clinic, walks us through regenerative therapies for multiple sclerosis, including comment on clues from studying normal brain development.
public sector customer service

Public sector customer service and the adoption of cloud technology

Rob Irons, Senior Manager at Hinduja Global Solutions, discusses whether public sector customer service has improved with the adoption of cloud technology.
liquid crystalline elastomers, reusable adhesion

Smart Adhesion: anomalous damping in liquid crystalline elastomers leads to reversible adhesion

Eugene M. Terentjev, a professor of Polymer Physics at the University of Cambridge looks at smart, reusable adhesion through liquid crystalline elastomers.
statistical modelling

Challenges in data handling for big data in multi-omics research

Dr Gastone Castellani and Dr Jeanine Houwing-Duistermaat from the University of Bologna, Italy develop methods for big multi-omics datasets.
soil health, carbon

The link between soil health and the survival of global agriculture

Here, we speak to Assistant Professor Christine Sprunger, who gives us expert insight on the universal need for soil health.
europe, brain health

JPND: Towards a stronger brain health partnership

One of JPND’s key objectives is to fortify its work in brain health partnerships in Europe to better combat the challenges of neurodegenerative disease (ND).

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