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UK delivers super-cool kit to USA for next-generation dark matter experiment

UK delivers super-cool kit to USA for next-generation dark matter experiment

A UK built titanium chamber designed to keep its contents at -100°C has been shipped to the USA, where it will soon become part...
How cultivation methods impact the severity of a fruit allergy

How cultivation methods impact the severity of a fruit allergy

Strawberries and tomatoes are among the widely consumed fruits and vegetables worldwide; however, many people are allergic to them. Now a team of researchers...
France to spend €1.5bn on artificial intelligence development

France to spend €1.5bn on artificial intelligence development

French President Emmanuel Macron wants to turn France into a major player in artificial intelligence development, with its government spending €1.5bn to reach this...
Latvia to join EuroHPC Joint Undertaking

Latvia to join EuroHPC Joint Undertaking

Latvia has announced its intention to join the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking and participate in, as well as contribute to European and national efforts to...
New technique to easily detect planets with long revolutions

New technique to easily detect planets with long revolutions

Current techniques can only detect exoplanets with short periods of revolution. The new technique developed by researchers can detect planets with periods of revolution...
New generation magnetic anomaly map helps unveil Antarctica

New generation magnetic anomaly map helps unveil Antarctica

The most comprehensive magnetic anomaly map of Antarctica ever produced has been published, shedding new light on the structure and evolution of the Antarctic...
SciTech Europa discusses the INTEGRAL mission with ESA’s Dr Erik Kuulkers

ESA’s Dr Erik Kuulkers discusses the INTEGRAL mission

Dr Erik Kuulkers, the European Space Agency’s project scientist for the INTEGRAL mission, discusses the laboratory and its achievements, including the detection of gamma-rays...
InnoEnergy-backed OneWatt launches motor monitoring system

InnoEnergy-backed OneWatt launches motor monitoring system

OneWatt, an industrial technology developer backed by InnoEnergy, Europe’s sustainable energy innovation engine, has launched a unique motor monitoring system for the onshore and...
Could faster photons enable total data security?

Could faster photons enable total data security?

Researchers at the University of Sheffield, UK, have solved a key puzzle in quantum physics that could help to enable total data security. A team...
Researchers develop method to calculate the nitrogen footprint of university

Researchers develop method to calculate the nitrogen footprint of university

International researchers have developed the first tool to calculate the nitrogen footprint of an organisation, which could revolutionise sustainability. Similar to a carbon footprint, the...

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