From Run 1 to High-Luminosity: The evolution of the Large Hadron Collider

Discover how upgrades to CERN's Large Hadron Collider will pave the way for the largest range of physics investigations ever.

Why do heavy quarks get caught up in the flow?

Learn about the new calculation that will help physicists interpret experimental data to better understand the interactions of heavy quarks.

The hunt for invisibles

Discover how the DarkWave project could solve mysteries associated with dark matter particles, which affect the Universe's expansion rate.

LHCb: New capabilities to understand beauty physics

Discover how new upgrades to CERN’s LHCb experiment could pave the way for immense discoveries in beauty physics.

Green chemistry – challenges and opportunities

Dr Audrey Moores, of the Department of Chemistry at McGill University, discusses some of the challenges in green chemistry today and how her team...

Nanomaterial-enhanced fluids for challenging cooling applications

FlexeGRAPH’s CTO, Shannon Notley, introduces the company’s nanomaterial-enhanced fluids for cooling in automotive and computing applications. FlexeGRAPH, an Australian-based start-up, has developed a family of...

Designing molecular materials for sustainable applications

At the Research Priority Area Sustainable Chemistry of the University of Amsterdam, Dr Stefania Grecea is working to design molecular materials with combined physical...

Molecules enhanced by electromagnetic fields

Bretislav Friedrich, Dudley Herschbach, Sabre Kais and Burkhard Schmidt show that molecules enhanced by electromagnetic fields gain new capacities. Molecules can sense external electromagnetic fields...

The evidence for noise-induced cardiovascular disease

Thomas Münzel MD, of Johannes Gutenberg University, sets out the evidence behind traffic noise-induced cardiovascular disease and suggests how it could be mitigated. The global...

The Image Data Resource – publishing big image data online

Jason Swedlow, Open Microscopy Environment, University of Dundee, UK, discusses publishing big image data online. Access to primary research data is vital for advancing science....

The collecting of motion related and physiological field data quickly

The Movesense sensor platform brings new tools for tracking movement and body physiology in research projects. Movesense is an open sensor development platform from the...

Smart cotton against chemical weapons

Dr Mohamed M Chehimi explains how catalytic fabrics can be developed to destroy chemical weapons and warfare agents. Chemical weapons constitute a real danger (or...

The Education and Fiscal Citizenship Project in the Lusophone area

ISCAL and IDEFF Professor Clotilde Celorico Palma outlines the measures being taken in Portugal to improve citizens’ awareness of the social function of taxation...

A trailblazer for therapeutics

EUSA Pharma discusses its innovative approach to sourcing multi-use oncology therapeutics, enabling patients to embrace life and proving a clear competitor in the therapeutics...

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The IceCube Observatory could unlock the mysteries of the Universe through its advanced neutrino discoveries. Neutrinos are tiny, nearly massless particles that rarely interact with...

Predicting reactor pressure vessel behaviour for light-water reactors

Researchers at the Universities of Wisconsin and California are integrating physics and Machine Learning to predict materials degradation in nuclear reactors. The reactor pressure vessel (RPV) is...

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Hiden Analytical details its production of several manufacturing systems and tools that are required to study surface analysis. Surface analysis is an increasingly important aspect...

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