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Why immigration benefits the US economy, even 100 years later

Historical immigration benefits the US economy today, according to a new study published in the Review of Economic Studies. The research found that US counties with more...
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Microbial control: Does excessive hygiene promote antibiotic resistance?

An interdisciplinary cooperation project has investigated the influence of microbial control, the degree of cleaning and hygiene measures, on the development of antibiotic resistance. Gabriele...
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The UK’s synchrotron: Life sciences at Diamond Light Source

Professor David Stuart FRS, Director of Life Sciences at the UK’s synchrotron, Diamond Light Source, spoke to SciTech Europa about his work on protein...
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Structural biology: The Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry

Professor Wolfgang Baumeister from Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry in Munich, Germany, spoke to SciTech Europa about his work on cryo-electron tomography, macromolecular complexes,...
Exploring the Graphene Flagship through the eyes of a Nobel Prize winner

Exploring the Graphene Flagship through the eyes of a Nobel Prize winner

Professor Sir Kostya Novoselov, who was co-awarded the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics, discusses the Graphene Flagship and research into this and other 2D...
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Graphene heterostructures could revolutionise electronics design

Researchers from the University of Manchester and the University of Sheffield have discovered the properties of graphene can be changed by stacking layers like...
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An innovation partnership: ESA Earth Observation and Airbus

Josef Aschbacher, Director of Earth Observation Programmes (EOP) and head of ESA’s centre for Earth Observation (ESRIN), spoke to SciTech Europa about their agreement...
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CERN exotic particle experiment approved

The research board at CERN has approved a new experiment aimed at searching for light and weakly interacting particles at the Large Hadron Collider. The...

What do you know about detecting dark matter and dark energy?

A research team from the University of Kansas, USA, has earned a three-year, $750,000 (€66,300) grant to hunt new ways of understanding and detecting...
ICCI and the scientific consensus on medical cannabis

ICCI and the scientific consensus on medical cannabis

ICCI, the first Centre of Excellence in the medical cannabis field, is an organisation that combines various institutions (universities, high-tech companies, associations) which consequently...

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