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Sentinel-5P brings air pollution into focus

Sentinel-5P brings air pollution into focus

It's been working less than a month but already the UK-Dutch-built Sentinel-5P satellite is returning new views of Earth's atmosphere. The satellite was designed to make...
EU Competitiveness Council fails to fully recognise the societal value of research

EU Competitiveness Council ‘fails’ to fully recognise the societal value of research

Science Europe supports some of the conclusions adopted today by the EU Competitiveness Council, but is disappointed by the lack of ambition in others....
Fossilised eggs shed light on pterosaurs

Fossilised eggs shed light on pterosaurs

The largest clutch of pterosaur eggs ever discovered suggests that the extinct flying reptiles may have gathered together in vast colonies to lay their...
The productivity challenge

The productivity challenge

  Justin Hayward and Nick Coutts from Cambridge Investment Research discuss the productivity challenge and celebrate reaching 50 conferences. The successful 15th anniversary of High Value...
Alternative advances

Alternative advances

Alongside graphene, there are many other 2D materials which hold promise for various applications. IN an article entitled ‘Enhancing cycling durability of Li-ion batteries with...
Space technology to drive autonomous ships

Space technology to drive autonomous ships

The European Space Agency (ESA) and Rolls-Royce have signed a memorandum of intent as the two agree to investigate how space technology can be...
Tesla mega-battery activated

Tesla mega-battery activated

The world's largest lithium ion battery has begun dispensing power into an electricity grid in South Australia. The 100-megawatt battery, built by Tesla, was officially...
PEEX

PEEX: Pioneers in atmospheric science

Centres of Excellence in Research (FCoE) are the flagships of Finnish science policy. FCoEs are granted by the Academy of Finland and are intended for the research teams and their consortia to carry out research at the highest level.

Ethical animal testing and drug development at CABMM

The Competence Center for Applied Biotechnology and Molecular Medicine (CABMM) is an innovative, cutting-edge medical research organisation at the University of Zurich, Switzerland, which brings...
Novel materials and new functions

Novel materials and new functions in inorganic chemistry

Professor Mathias Wickleder’s research group at Justus Liebig University, Gießen, Germany, is part of the institution’s Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry department and investigates novel...

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