Friday, October 18, 2019

Research & Development News

SciTech Europa brings you the latest Research & Development News from across the field of European Science & Technology Research, Development and Innovation.

Poland wins the European Rover Challenge 2019

The European Rover Challenge has officially ended with the Polish team, IMPULS, becoming a first double winner in the world. For the fifth time constructors...
Apes, walking

10M year old fossilised ape gives new view of evolution

A 10M year old fossilised ape has been found in Rudabánya, Hungary. The subsequent findings contributed another piece to our evolutionary puzzle. A research team led...
Mummy, museum

Mummy visits the children’s hospital

Two mummies have been transported to Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital to be photographed, CT-scanned and digitally X-rayed in order to provide greater insight into the...
Student, engineers

Great news from young engineers and tech students

Siemens has launched a new undergraduate sponsorship programme to discover, inspire and nurture the next generation of engineering and tech talent. The Digital Academy pays...
internal, light

Discover the new indoor solar panel

Scientists from Sweden and China have developed an organic solar cell that converts ambient indoor light into electricity. As the inter-connectivity of WIFI enabled devices...
Articles, research

Introducing the first AI powered publisher

New AI development could unite journals across all STEM and HSS disciplines by making global scholarly publishing more efficient. Cactus Communications, a global scholarly, medical...
Woolly Rhino

Discover the oldest genetic data to ever be recorded

Scientists from the University of Cambridge and the University of Copenhagen have identified a 1.7M year old rhino tooth, 1M years older than the...

Nuclear theory: At the very heart of matter

When it comes to nuclear theory, there is still a lot to learn. Prof Sonia Bacca takes a look at the heart of the...
São Paulo, science

A science hub for the Southern Hemisphere

Sound public policies and a tradition of good higher education and research institutes make the State of São Paulo, in Brazil, an international centre...
Bees, blind

Male bees blind their queen after sex

New findings presented by the University of California, Riverside, demonstrate how male honeybees inject toxins during sex that cause temporary blindness in their mate. It...

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