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“Space 2.0” and the problem of orbital debris

Dr David Carroll from CU Aerospace LLC says that there are advantages to nano-satellites and the Space 2.0 environment, but they exacerbate the problem of orbital debris.
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The political barriers holding back progress on reducing transport emissions

Here, we discuss how some political barriers create a significant challenge for those pushing to reduce transport emissions.
Quality of medicinal cannabis, purely plant

Ensuring a high and reproducible quality of medicinal cannabis

Renata Mala, PharmD, Chairman of Purely Plant GmbH, underlines the importance of ensuring high and reproducible quality when it comes to medicinal cannabis.
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Nanotechnology: Modern innovation demands regulatory preparedness in risk governance

Monique Groenewold discusses how modern innovation requires regulatory preparedness in risk governance, especially for nanotechnology.
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MHL Series B equity financing and global CPG partnerships

Here, we learn how Mile High Labs, a leading processor of hemp-derived cannabinoids, have raised Series B equity financing and are preparing for global CPG partnerships.
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Future machines to explore new frontiers in particle physics

Jim Siegrist from the Office of Science at the U.S. Department of Energy, charts how future machines will explore new frontiers in particle physics.
new immunotherapy approach, imcyse SA

Rethinking Type 1 diabetes with a radically new immunotherapy approach

Jean Van Rampelbergh PhD, VP Clinical & Regulatory at Imcyse SA, introduces Imotopes™, the innovative new immunotherapy approach causing scientists to rethink Type 1 diabetes and its treatment.
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Innovative treatments for heart failure

Prof Dr Joost Sluijter, Professor, Cellular and Translational Cardiology at University Medical Center Utrecht shares an in-depth perspective on the needs for innovative treatments for heart failure.
pulmonary fibrosis, Ehealth

Using eHealth applications to improve care for patients with pulmonary fibrosis

Karen Moor and Marlies Wijsenbeek discuss how pulmonary fibrosis patients can be helped by the new possibilities of eHealth apps.
microvascular dysfunction, treatment

LRG1: An emerging therapeutic target for the treatment of microvascular dysfunction

John Greenwood PhD and Stephen E. Moss PhD explore the imminent potential of LRG1 as a microvascular dysfunction treatment.
plant protein fertilisers

Plant protein discovery could decrease our dependence on fertilisers

Researchers have discovered a protein in plant roots that could improve the tolerance of crops to climate change and reduce the need for chemical fertilisers.
Compostable plastics

Compostable plastics: Bio-Mi shares its R&D know-how

Bio-Mi from Croatia shares its expert knowledge when it comes to the compostable plastics industry in South East Europe, including insights into their exciting R&D activities.
sustainable development, algorithm

Unregulated use of AI is threat to sustainable development

New research suggests that the use of Artificial Intelligence could pose a threat to sustainable development when unregulated.
digital twins

Digital twins – are they game-changers in clinical research and clinical care?

Prof Dr Freimut Schliess, Director of Science & Innovation at the Profil Institut für Stoffwechselforschung GmbH, explores if digital twins are game-changers in clinical research and clinical care.
menstrual cycle seizures, hormone

New link between menstrual cycle seizures and epilepsy

Rutgers University found that people experience menstrual cycle seizures due to genetic generalised epilepsy.
COVID-19 vaccine, innovation

Cambridge COVID-19 vaccine gets £1.9 million to start trials

The University of Cambridge are developing a COVID-19 vaccine, which is expected to start clinical trials in Autumn 2020.
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Putting communities at the heart of policy-making

Emily Morrison, Head of the Institute for Community Studies, explains that the heart of policy-making should be the communities involved.
long-term health conditions

Diabetes: Innovative technology for long-term health conditions

Here, we discover why Gendius’ remote management technology, Intellin®, is poised to transform the way that we manage long-term health conditions including diabetes.
COVID-19 survival, jacinda ardern

Female led countries’ show “significantly better” COVID-19 survival

COVID-19 survival strategies have been analysed by the University of Liverpool, who found that women-led countries' were much safer.

Animal health focus: Well-managed and healthy livestock

Well-managed and healthy livestock play a key role in the European Green Deal, Roxane Feller, Secretary General of AnimalhealthEurope argues.

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