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Porous materials shed light on environment purification

Porous materials shed light on environment purification

A joint research group from Spain and Japan have developed porous materials that are thermally and chemically durable organic frameworks with large surface area. Over...
Robotic surgery breakthrough

Robotic surgery breakthrough

Researchers from Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL), University of the West of England, UK, have led the development of a ground-breaking robotic surgery system that...
EIF and EstFund commits €60m for investments into Estonian SMEs

EIF and EstFund commits €60m for investments into Estonian SMEs

Through EstFund and the European Investment Fund (EIF), KredEx (a financing institution helping Estonian enterprises develop quicker and expand more safely to foreign markets)...
First confirmed image of newborn planet caught forming by the ESO

First confirmed image of newborn planet caught forming by the ESO

Astronomers led by a group at the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Heidelberg, Germany, have captured a spectacular snapshot of a newborn planet...
What are the impacts of thawing frozen carbon on the Arctic Ocean?

What are the impacts of thawing frozen carbon on the Arctic Ocean?

The UK Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and Germany’s Federal Ministry of Education and Research have joined forces to launch an investigation into the...
New power generation technologies to transform space exploration

New power generation technologies to transform space exploration

The University of Leicester, UK, is leading the development of new power generation technologies for space exploration as part of a European Space Agency...
Launching an international laboratory to study the properties of matter

Launching an international laboratory to study the properties of matter

French researchers and Japanese engineers are teaming up to develop a new electron microscope capable of studying the properties of matter at very small...
New infrared instrument searches for habitable planets

New infrared instrument searches for habitable planets

A new infrared instrument to search for potentially habitable/inhabited planets has started operation at the Subaru Telescope in Hawaii. The instrument will look for...
InnoEnergy collaborate with Swedish energy companies to launch Power2U

InnoEnergy collaborate with Swedish energy companies to launch Power2U

New energy operator collaboration between InnoEnergy and Swedish energy companies innovates to launch Power2U which will enable end users to harness the power of...
Biotech crop adoption leads to greater sustainability for global farmers

Biotech crop adoption leads to greater sustainability for global farmers

Two new studies show the continued environmental and social benefits of biotech crop adoption and use for sustainability and socioeconomic opportunities for global farmers...

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