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CHEOPS telescope construction finished

CHEOPS telescope construction finished

Engineers from the Center for Space and Habitability (CSH) at the University of Bern, Germany, will package the CHEOPS telescope this week and send...
Joint research into perovskite solar cells

Joint research into perovskite solar cells

The German Research Foundation (DFG) has approved a priority programme to carry out research into perovskite solar cells – co-ordinated by the Konstanz physicist...
Multi-Cloud Studio breaks the barriers of competition in cloud computing market

Multi-Cloud Studio breaks the barriers of competition in cloud computing market

The benefits of cloud computing are plentiful, as delivering computing services over the internet brings an agile, measurable, on-demand self-service that enables broad network...
Horizon 2020: supporting research and innovation

Horizon 2020: supporting research and innovation

The Horizon 2020 research funding programme is to provide over €12m in support for SMEs to bring their research and innovation to the market...
Big science, big opportunities

Big science, big opportunities

SciTech Europa met with the EU Research, Science and Innovation Commissioner, Carlos Moedas, to discuss the role of Europe’s big science projects in fostering a...
A new era of precision for antimatter research with the ALPHA experiment

A new era of precision for antimatter research with the ALPHA experiment

The ALPHA experiment at CERN has measured a light-induced transition in antihydrogen with unprecedented precision, meaning that the collaboration has now reported the most...
Chef d‘atmosphere | Atmospheric research

Chef d‘atmosphere

To understand the climate, complex chemistry and subatomic physics are necessary tools. Katrianne Lehtipalo regularly visits the European Center of Nuclear Research (CERN) for...
Mimicking DNA with artificial molecules

Mimicking DNA with artificial molecules

Researcher at the CNRS, Inserm and Bordeaux University, France, have recently demonstrated that artificial molecules can imitate the structures of their biological counterparts and...
Integrated content and pedagogy workshops | Scientific education

Integrated content and pedagogy workshops

Professors Tanya Furman and Scott McDonald from the Pennsylvania State University, USA, on the importance of science content in scientific education. We have been active...
Newton funding to boost China’s global economy with agri-tech innovation

Newton funding to boost China’s global economy with agri-tech innovation

Earlham Institute (EI), UK, and the Nanjing Agricultural University (NAU), China, work together towards resolving the urgent issue of agri-food security in China by...

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