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The new scale of electronegativity: chemical reactions

The new scale of electronegativity: chemical reactions

Martin Rahm, Assistant Professor in Physical Chemistry at Chalmers University of Technology has redefined the concept of electronegativity, with a more comprehensive scale. The...
Dark matter heating: a hot topic for the University of Surrey

Dark matter heating: a hot topic for the University of Surrey

Professor Justin Read, head of the Department of Physics at the University of Surrey, speaks to SciTech Europa about the results of a new...
The ambitious conceptual design of the CERN future circular collider

The ambitious conceptual design of the CERN future circular collider

An international collaboration has published its concept design for a post-LHC future circular collider at CERN. The Future Circular Collider (FCC) collaboration submitted a Conceptual...
Innovation in development: disruptive advantages of experimental medicine

Innovation in development: disruptive advantages of experimental medicine

Dr Paul Peter Tak, biotech expert, business leader and entrepreneur, explains that while experimental medicine can boost innovation, it is not without its challenges. Just...
Climate change mitigation with boreal forests and wood-based products

Climate change mitigation with boreal forests and wood-based products

Dr Antti Kilpeläinen and Professor Heli Peltola explain how boreal forests and forestry play a crucial role in climate change mitigation. Boreal forests and forestry...
Inflammatory response: The effect of linoleic acid is dependent on genes

Inflammatory response: The effect of linoleic acid is dependent on genes

A new study from the University of Eastern Finland has shown that the effects of linoleic acid on inflammatory response in the body is...
The plastic impact: How long does it take for plastic straws to degrade?

Single use plastic: How long does it take for plastic straws to biodegrade?

A recent study by packaging supplier Rajapack has revealed how long it takes for popular plastic products such as plastic straws to biodegrade and tips...
Engineered T cells can reduce organ transplant rejection and infection

Engineered T cells can reduce organ transplant rejection and infection

Engineered T cells can reduce the risk of organ transplant rejection and infection, in a new molecular approach discovered by the University of Basel's...
Driving drug discovery: Cellular Thermal Shift Assay

Driving drug discovery: Cellular Thermal Shift Assay

Pelago’s CEO Michael Dabrowski discusses how CETSA® can help companies in the drug discovery phase and some of the challenges that the company has...
Ordered chaos: the new black hole discovery at UNIGE

Ordered chaos: the new black hole discovery at UNIGE

Researchers at UNIGE have made a new black hole discovery, which is that photons emitted during the creation of a black hole appear to...

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