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Disruptive flexible and bendable battery for everyday life

SciTech Europa spoke to Jenax Inc. about the challenges and solutions for energy storage applications involving J.Flex, an innovative, flexible, fast charging battery. Battery usage...
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Supermassive black holes: the new explanation of the direct formation of black holes

University of Western Ontario astrophysicists have discovered that emerging from a star remnant is not necessary for the direct formation of black holes. There was...
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Advanced Research on Driver Behaviour Recognition

The Centre for Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence: meet the advanced driver assistance system with an embedded engine. The Centre for Pattern Analysis and Machine...

Are apple or pear shaped postmenopausal women most at risk of cardiovascular disease?

According to research from the European Society of Cardiology, 'apple shaped' postmenopausal women are at greater risk of cardiovascular disease than those who are...
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Furthering fundamental physics by studying plasma

Professor Tiberiu Minea outlines plasma as the reaction of matter receiving high energy and describes studies taking place at the Laboratory of Physics of...
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Digital wellbeing: the ACT4Y initiative for asthma control

EIT Digital’s Willem Jonker and Amiko’s Duilio Macchi discuss digital wellbeing and the ACT4Y initiative for asthma control. Asthma is a disease which affects over...
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How does the brain process colours and shapes? explaining overlapping visual circuits

Researchers from the Salk Institute have discovered how the human brain processes colours and shapes using overlapping visual circuits. The researchers used imaging technology and genetically expressed sensors...
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Pink noise: how sound simulation could boost deep sleep and treat mild cognitive impairment

Researchers at Northwestern University found that gentle sound simulation with pink noise can boost deep sleep and could be used as a therapy for mild...
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Digital innovation in Portugal: the new EIT Digital Braga Satellite has opened

SciTech Europa attended the opening of the new EIT Digital Braga Satellite this week. The satellite will strengthen digital innovation partnerships in Portugal. The EIT...
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The European Innovation Council advisory board appoints Ireland’s chief scientist

Ireland’s chief scientist Mark Ferguson will lead the advisory board of the European Innovation Council, which is also funding Irish SMEs. The European Innovation Council...

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