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JRC opens calls for new pilot scheme: Science meets Parliament

JRC opens calls for new pilot scheme: Science meets Parliament

The Joint Research Center (JRC), the European Commission's science and knowledge service, has invited national parliaments, regional persons and local authorities to express their...
How do individual cells move?

How do individual cells move?

Scientists have developed a new way to see inside individual cells and study how they move and operate inside the human body. Researchers at the...
Start of the DynaMORE resilience research project

Start of the DynaMORE resilience research project

Researchers at the DynaMORE resilience research project plan to develop a personalised computer model designed to help people better manage crises and which can...
Helium found in exoplanet atmosphere for the first time

Helium found in exoplanet atmosphere for the first time

An international team of astronomers have detected helium in an exoplanet atmosphere – a planet that orbits a star other than our Sun –...
Toshiba announces new protocol for quantum key distribution

Toshiba announces new protocol for quantum key distribution

The Cambridge Research Laboratory of Toshiba Research Europe Ltd today announced that it has devised a new protocol for quantum key distribution (QKD) that...
UK Space Agency leads work on options for independent satellite system

UK Space Agency leads work on options for independent satellite system

The UK government has confirmed that the UK Space Agency will lead work to develop options for a British global navigation satellite system. A group...
Graphene materials – a standard for the future

Graphene materials – a standard for the future

The Graphene Council’s executive Director, Terrance Barkan, met with SciTech Europa to discuss the wider utilisation of graphene materials across sectors. IDTechEx provides impartial market...
Does the Moon hold the key to improving satellite images?

Does the Moon hold the key to improving satellite images?

Many Earth Observation satellites use the Moon as an added component to ensure reliable, good quality environmental data and satellite images. While the surface of...
Agriculture and climate change

Agriculture in a changing climate

Timothy D. Schowalter from Louisiana State University, USA, argues that climate change, which should be the top priority for every nation, represents the most...
Vaccine development: immune cells defend against mutating viruses

Vaccine development: immune cells defend against mutating viruses

Scientists have discovered that immune cells can fight different strains of the same virus – a finding which could help transform vaccine development. Vaccines become...

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