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Future of food: Beneficial bacteria help wheat survive in the heat

Covering crop seeds with bacteria taken from a desert shrub can boost wheat harvests in hot fields and help crops survive heatwaves, which could protect the future of food.

Renewable energy source from hydrogen gas produced from water

Researchers from Linköping University are developing a renewable energy source from hydrogen gas produced from water and aided by sunlight.

EU citizens and institutions and the Sustainable Development Goals

The Innovation Network spoke to MEP Jose Gusmao about the role of EU citizens and institutions in achieving the UN’s SDGs.

Protecting plant fertility from stress

Researchers at the University of Warwick have found a molecular mechanism that protects plant fertility from stress.

Converting carbon dioxide into methane using light energy

KAUST scientists have developed catalyst nanoparticles that use light energy to convert carbon dioxide and hydrogen into methane.

How climate warming influences the stability of microbial networks

A new study analyses the impacts of climate warming on the complexity and stability of microbial networks.

LIFE programme invests €121m into environment, nature, and climate action projects

The European Commission has announced an investment of €121m for new integrated projects under the LIFE programme.

Aerosols cause increased cloud formation in the Arctic worsening climate warming

Scientists now believe that cloud formation in the arctic, caused by iodine aerosols, worsens climate warming in the region.

New Green Consumption Pledge encourages companies to participate in climate action

The European Commission has launched its new Green Consumption Pledge, to inspire organisations to participate in climate action.

Halogen gases from domestic coal burning worsens winter air pollution

A team of researchers found that reactive halogen gases from domestic coal burning aggravates winter air pollution.

Plant sciences to tackle the challenges of climate change and food security

Professor Kazuo Watanabe explains how the centre is working to tackle the challenges of climate change and food security.

Future climate-related species extinction could be less severe than previously predicted

Future climate-related species extinction could be less severe than predictions based only on the current trend of global warming.

New environmental monitoring initiative to support Vietnamese shrimp and crab aquaculture

Vietnam has launched a new environmental monitoring initiative that will support shrimp and crab aquaculture in mangrove forests.

Scientists discover how the Galápagos ecosystem thrives

New research has revealed how, despite its rocky terrain, volcanic outcrop, limited rainfall and sparse vegetation, the Galápagos is able to sustain its unique ecosystem

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The Dutch Electrolyser: Using bubbles to produce green hydrogen

With its state-of-the-art Dutch Electrolyser, EIRES is producing green hydrogen to accelerate the energy transition. Bert Vreman, a research professional at Nobian and part-time professor...

Enhancing and strengthening the excellence in interdisciplinary biomedical research at TRANSCEND (ESEI-BioMed)

The ESEI-BioMed project advances tumour diagnostics and nanomedicine in the frame of the new translational research centre, TRANSCEND. TRANSCEND is a translational research centre in...

IceCube: Paving the way for next-generation neutrino discovery

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...

The Standard Model: How can we identify its strengths and weaknesses?

Theoretical particle physicists are providing exact predictions to compare LHC measurements to reveal the strengths and shortcomings of the Standard Model. Discoveries behind the decimal...

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First Hydrogen reveals Generation II zero emissions vehicle design

First Hydrogen Corp. has unveiled the design of its Generation II zero emission vehicle concept that looks to decarbonise fleet transport.

Cirba Solutions partner with Jacobs to establish sustainable battery materials processing facilities

Cirba Solutions is partnering with Jacobs to advance sustainable battery materials processing facilities in North America.

The ‘Lego Set’ approach to preparing applications and financial presentations

American Diversified Enterprises outlines the ‘Lego-Set’ approach to preparing applications and financial presentations.

TECH Project procures $900m debt financing commitments

Queensland Pacific Metals has announced it has received A$900m in total indicative debt financing commitments for the TECH Project.

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Advanced nanoplatforms for diagnosis and treatment of osteosarcoma

Consortium Nano4Tarmed is developing 2D nanoplatforms for active drug delivery and diagnosis of osteosarcoma. Population growth is shrinking, mainly due to the overall fertility rate...

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...

NUCOBAM: Increasing nuclear industry profitability and improving safety

Dr Myriam Bourgeois, NUCOBAM Coordinator at Université Paris-Saclay CEA, explains how the European project aims for future AM Standard in the nuclear energy industry. The...

How Ionic Rare Earths is advancing the rare earth circular economy

Ionic Rare Earths are expediting the global transition to clean energy through magnet and heavy rare earth production via mining, refining and magnet recycling. Australian-listed...

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40 mistakes that will kill an application

American Diversified Enterprises LLC explore the 40 most common mistakes that will cause the rejection of an otherwise good application.

Sokoman Minerals announces exciting lithium discovery from the Golden Hope drill programme

Sokoman Minerals Corp and Benton Resources Inc. have announced the final assays from the Phase 3 drill programme at the Golden Hope project.

Super Bowl commercials feature electric vehicles

Brent Wilson, CEO and President of Galvanic Energy, discusses how EVs are becoming increasingly prevalent in Super Bowl commercials.

Grounded Lithium Corp. reveals development plan for Kindersley Lithium Project

Grounded Lithium Corp. has revealed its field development plan for the initial 10,000 metric ton/yr phase at the Kindersley Lithium Project.