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North America Analysis - NAA25 January 2023

North America Analysis January 2023

We welcome 2023 with our brand-new volume of North America Analysis. We hear from Dr Nora Volkow, Director of the U.S. National Institute on Drug Abuse, NIH, who highlights five areas where “more research” isn’t needed to curb the overdose crisis.
Asia Analysis issue 16

Asia Analysis January 2023

We warmly welcome you to the January 2023 edition of Asia Analysis, which features an array of compelling articles from electrosynthesis to rice export restrictions.
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Science, research and innovation in the UK

Open Access Government writes about Nusrat Ghani MP, UK Minister for Science and Investment Strategy and the plans to maximise science, research and innovation in the UK.
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The advancement of science in Japan

The advancement of science in Japan is a crucial aim of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS).
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Taiwan’s National Science and Technology Council

Open Access Government write about Taiwan’s National Science and Technology Council and their important and ambitious targets.
Open Access Government January 2023

Open Access Government January 2023

It's time to welcome our January 2023 digital publication. Here we bring you substantial policy analysis, including health & social care, research & innovation, digital transformation, government, transport, energy, environment, agriculture and much more.
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Predicting placenta accreta through blood panels

Researchers have identified circulating microparticle proteins with the ability to predict placenta accrete spectrum cases before their delivery, allowing improved mortality and morbidity for mothers.
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Predictive toxicology evolving from in vivo to in vitro to in silico systems

Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe from Frost & Sullivan’s TechCasting Group, lifts the lid on predictive toxicology evolving from in vivo to in vitro to in silico systems starting with a look at organoids & organ-on-chip microfluidic devices.
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Alternatives to animal testing: science, ethics and the law

Laura Rego Alvarez, Head of Science Policy & Regulation at Cruelty Free International, discusses the science and ethics behind alternatives to animal testing.
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Honey bee lifespans are 50% shorter today than 50 years ago

Entomologists have found that honey bee life spans are 50% shorter than in the 1970s, which corresponds with colony loss and reduced honey production.
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Supporting science, theology and philosophy research

Open Access Government unpacks the work of the John Templeton Foundation, in supporting research across the sciences as well as in the areas of theology and philosophy.
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Protecting against future flu pandemics with the 20-subtype mRNA flu vaccine

Penn scientists develop experimental mRNA flu vaccine to protect against all 20 known subtypes of influenza virus.
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Dickinsonia and Kimberella: Unravelling the mystery of our animal ancestors

The last meal consumed more than 550 million years ago has unearthed new clues about the physiology of the Dickinsonia and Kimberella.
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Research shows a significant sperm count decline globally

Studies across Latin America, Asia and Africa find that men are experiencing a sperm count decline due to our modern environment and lifestyle.
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Honeywell recognizes high performing Channel Partners at 2022 Honeywell EMEA conference

Honeywell Process Solutions unveiled its Channel Partner award winners at the 2022 Honeywell EMEA conference; here's who won.
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Honeywell Manufacturing Excellence Platform: driving digital transformation in life sciences

Honeywell's Manufacturing Excellence Platform will revolutionise the digital transformation of the life sciences industry.
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What flavour chemicals are in e-cig liquids?

High levels of sweet and fruit flavour chemicals are found in e-cig liquids, but the question is: are they dangerous?
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Animal testing: 107% rise in non-compliance of animal protection laws

Report from the Home Office’s ASRU highlights a drastic rise in cases of non-compliance with laws around animal testing and protection of animals in laboratories.
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Why is Ada Lovelace Day so important?

Open Access Government interviews Lin Sun on the significance of Ada Lovelace Day and what it means for women around the globe.
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European brain research: Addressing translational gaps

Sabine Hölter, Coordinator of the European Brain Research Area cluster PREMOS, calls attention to the translational value of animal models in brain research.

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