Scaling-up extraction of extracellular matrices

Dr Deepak Choudhury, from the Biomanufacturing Technology Group at BTI A*STAR, explains how its newly-developed strategies can scale-up the extraction of extracellular matrices.

VTT’s quantum technology in Finland and Europe

Himadri Majumdar, manager at VTT, discusses the research centre's role in delivering quantum technology to Finland and Europe.

Keeping security afloat with offshore ports

Float Incorporated spoke about the developments of offshore ports and how they are an efficient means of transporting cargo.

High-energy neutrinos and tidal disruption events

New research led by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center has identified a link between high-energy neutrinos and tidal disruption events.

Particle physics confronts its data legacy

Professor Michael Hildreth from the University of Notre Dame argues that while efforts are underway to ensure that the results of particle physics experiments (and the knowledge behind them) are preserved, the future will ultimately require a new way of working.

Towards a precise measurement of the CP violation phase

Dr Vincent Tisserand, Research Director at Clermont Ferrand Physics Laboratory (LPC PLUS), looks at the past, present, and future of efforts to make a precise measurement of the CP violation phase to challenge the Standard Model of Particle Physics.

4D material could help scientists bioengineer organs

New hydrogel-based 4D material changes shape in response to psychological stimuli and could be used to bioengineer organs. As published in the journal Advanced Functional Materials, the hydrogel-based material, developed by a research team at the University of Illinois, Chicago,...

Detecting time dilation with anti-neutrinos and atomic clocks

Australian physicists are currently using anti-neutrinos and atomic clocks to understand time dilation and the nature of time itself.

Tackling the big data challenge of particle physics experiments

A team of UK scientists are developing software to utilise big data sets collected from particle physics experiments, particularly those at the Large Hadron Collider.

Effects of radioactive microparticles found in animal experiments

Dr Masaharu Hoshi, Professor Emeritus at Hiroshima University’s Peace Center, discusses the results gained thus far from an experiment which has shown the specific effects of radioactive microparticles.

High-energy cosmic neutrinos are born by quasars

Physicists have discovered that all high-energy cosmic neutrinos are born by quasars – galactic nuclei that contain supermassive black holes.

How lithium-rich cathode materials for electric vehicles store charge at high voltages

Researchers have released insight into how lithium-rich cathode materials for high energy electric vehicles store charge at high voltages.

Scientists biosynthesise magnetic nanoparticles using bacteria

Researchers have biosynthesised magnetic nanoparticles using bacteria, a process that will become essential to biomedicine and biotechnology.

The ups and downs of atmospheric neutrinos

Henry W Sobel from the University of California, Irvine discusses how atmospheric neutrinos lead to the discovery of neutrino mass.

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