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Researchers at University of California Los Angeles have made a significant advancement in the development of microbial fuel cells.
Professor Mark Thomson, the Executive Chair of the STFC, discusses how the organisation is supporting UK innovation in science.
Researchers have developed a novel compound solution – based on the odours released by predator insects – to repel herbivorous insects and protect crops.
Researchers at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) have developed an image-processing algorithm for enhanced 3D particle-tracking.
Researchers from Flinders University are investigating organic nitrogen fertiliser to return nitrogen to soil without the need for chemicals.
Researchers have created a bioplastic comprised of nanofibrillated cellulose and mango leaf in an effort to improve food preservation.
Scientists have identified a method for removing harmful micropollutants from the environment by employing a novel chemistry approach.
UK scientists have developed 3D-printed tissue scaffolds that provide efficient tissue regeneration once implanted and harmlessly biodegrade.
Geochemists have unearthed why discovering gold deposits is so elusive, providing new insights into the formation of the precious metal.
Researchers at the Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology have developed a novel alternative seawater desalination membrane to produce drinking water.
A researcher at the University of Borås has developed a purification technique that uses textiles for more efficient wastewater treatment.
A new Artificial Intelligence (AI) system has been demonstrated to forecast dangerous ozone layer levels up to two weeks in advance.
UKRI will be financing £10 million to the UK Innovation and Science Seed Fund(UKI2S), ensuring world-leading scientific research.
A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Waterloo indicates that metal catalysts used for environmental sustainability degrade and become less effective.
Researchers at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed a unique method to automate the production of pharmaceutical compounds.
Researchers at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed technology that can complete essential chemical reactions five times faster than expected.
An international research team has discovered an enzyme system for the hydrogen industry that can produce hydrogen using electricity and vice versa.
Innovation News Network explores the work of Dr Anna Schenk, from the University of Bayreuth’s Colloidal Systems group, and discusses the group’s role in...
Researchers have discovered meteorite amino acids derived from substrates that were more widely available in the early solar system.
Researchers at the University of York have discovered an enzyme in a fungus could provide a breakthrough in the upscaling of renewable fuels and chemicals.