Exploration to unlock REE potential at Grønnedal-Ika

Exploration of the Grønnedal-lka carbonatite complex could advance a new era of sustainable mining and help in meeting global rare earth demand. Grønnedal-Ika is located...

Developing materials to overcome AMR in orthopaedic implants

AIMed is a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (Horizon2020 MSCA-ITN) training 15 early-stage researchers to develop materials with antimicrobial properties suitable for use on...

Conducting decay spectroscopy experiments at TRIUMF

An overview of the decay spectroscopy experiments being carried out by scientists led by Professor Corina Andreoiu from the Department of Chemistry at Simon...

Calorimetry and thermodynamic modelling for a deeper understanding of battery gassing

Dr Carlos Ziebert, leader of the group Batteries – Calorimetry and Safety, KIT, explains how calorimetry and thermodynamic modelling help to improve our understanding...

Wireless charging for electric vehicles could significantly reduce CO2 emissions

Oren Ezer, CEO of ElectReon, sets out the opportunities offered by wide scale implementation of wireless charging for electric vehicles. In the face of climate change, many governments are looking for viable solutions that can reduce CO2 emissions and slow...

Hydrogen powered vehicles: a fast-emerging market

As global leader in the field of hydrogen powered vehicles, First Hydrogen is in a unique position to capitalise on this growing market. As distinguished leaders with world renowned expertise, First Hydrogen is on a mission to become the leading...

Examining lithium-ion battery safety and how it can be enhanced

Dr Carlos Ziebert, Head of IAM-AWP’s Calorimeter Center, KIT, answers frequently asked questions regarding battery safety and explains how it can be improved by battery calorimetry. Everyone is familiar with the pictures of burning mobile phones, notebooks or even electric...

New small satellite propulsion technologies for evolving industry needs

Dr David Carroll, President of CU Aerospace, introduces the organisation’s latest small satellite innovations, developed in accordance with changing industry requirements. To provide a ‘responsible space’ option to existing and future satellite manufacturers, Champaign-Urbana Aerospace (CUA) has developed multiple innovative...

Mitigating cyber-attacks with cybersecurity awareness, programmes, and technology

Mark Brown, Global Managing Director at BSI Cybersecurity and Information Resilience, discusses cybersecurity awareness, challenges in the industry and the development of a comprehensive programme to alleviate cyber-attacks. As cyber-attacks cost the global economy hundreds of billions of dollars each...

The GlueX Experiment: Investigating the gluonic excitations of mesons

Professor Curtis A Meyer, from Carnegie Mellon University’s Department of Physics, provides fascinating insights into the cutting-edge research conducted at the GlueX Experiment. Over the last fifteen years, our understanding of the structure of building blocks of matter in our...

Revealing the formation site of planetary systems at a solar system scale

Takayuki Muto of Kogakuin University discusses how ALMA has delivered images of the formation site of planetary systems similar to our Solar System. Planets are thought to be formed in a disk orbiting around a young star, called a protoplanetary...

Transforming food production with VTT’s cellular agriculture solutions

VTT is transforming the future of food production with novel cellular agriculture solutions that are more local, ethical, and sustainable. What if coffee could be produced in Finland? This is not science fiction but already a reality in VTT's laboratory....

Helping SMEs mitigate the growing threat of cybercrime

Terry Mayer, Senior Research Specialist and Geo-Political Analyst at Cyjax Ltd, discusses how SMEs can alleviate the threat of cybercrime. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are at ever-increasing risk of being targeted by cyber criminals. In this short article, we offer...

Exploring the impacts of nutrient legacies on cultural eutrophication

Professor Phillippe Van Cappellen and Stephanie Slowinski from the Ecohydrology Research Group, University of Waterloo, discuss how nutrient legacies affect cultural eutrophication, a process that threatens aquatic ecosystems and water quality worldwide. The nutrient elements nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P)...


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