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World’s smallest remote-controlled robot

Engineers create world’s smallest remote-controlled robot

Northwestern University engineers have developed the world’s smallest remote-controlled robot in the shape of a crab. The recently developed remote-controlled robot - that is the...
Orthopaedic implants

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...
Scientists create the first complete, gapless sequence of a human genome

Scientists create the first complete, gapless sequence of a human genome

The first complete, gapless sequence of a human genome has been published in a groundbreaking development. The first gapless sequence of a human genome comes...
neurodegenerative diseases

Novel eye scanner technology targets neurodegenerative diseases

Scientists have developed novel eye scanner technology that has the potential to detect neurogenerative diseases at their very early stages. In a large-scale EU project,...
Revolutionary footwear technology to prevent diabetic foot ulcers

Revolutionary footwear technology to prevent diabetic foot ulcers

A research team from the University of Texas (UTA) has developed a self-adjusting shoe insole to relieve pressure from diabetic foot ulcers. Diabetic foot ulcers...
NHS tests hybrid closed loop technology for type 1 diabetes

NHS tests hybrid closed loop technology for type 1 diabetes

NHS England is testing the effectiveness of hybrid closed loop technology on 875 adults and children with type 1 diabetes. NHS England has announced that...
Bacteria

Novel machine learning technique revolutionises bacterial identification

A research team from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) has developed a ‘fingerprint’ algorithm to aid in a quicker and...
graphene innovation

Graphene Flagship: The road to commercialising graphene innovation

Professor Andrea Ferrari, Science and Technology Officer and Chair of the Management Panel of the Graphene Flagship, discusses the current progress made in the...
regenerative medicine sector

The successes and challenges of the regenerative medicine sector

Stephen Majors of the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine discusses the successes of the sector, and explains how practices learnt during the COVID-19 pandemic could...
CERN data reveals how COVID-19 infection spreads in indoor settings

CERN data reveals how COVID-19 infection spreads in indoor settings

CERN’s CARA tool has uncovered valuable data on how viral infection such as COVID-19 is able to spread in indoor settings. CERN experts have produced...
Drug

Breakthrough in drug development using AI technology

Scientists have developed a novel technology by employing active learning and interpretable AI, that can contribute towards drug development. What does this progress mean for...
healthcare technologies

Advancing graphene-based healthcare technologies for a safer world

Discover how Zentek Ltd’s offering of graphene-based healthcare solutions hold transformative possibilities within healthcare and beyond. Nanotechnology refers to science, engineering, and technology conducted on...
Utilising graphene to transform nanomedicine and health technology

Utilising graphene to transform nanomedicine and health technology

Exploring the evolution of graphene from a lab-based discovery to a clinically useful tool to transform nanomedicine and health technology. Professor Kostas Kostarelos, Chair of...
Photodegradation

Scientists reveal treatment to remove micro-pollutants from water

Researchers from King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) have developed a procedure involving high-intensity pulses of light that can successfully remove carbon...
nature-inspired AI

Artificial intelligence developed through nature-inspired AI research

Professor Yaochu Jin is conducting research into nature-inspired artificial intelligence at Bielefeld University, in an attempt to develop AI capabilities. Researchers have long investigated how...

Innovative approaches to improved patient care

The InterOrtho Research Group at Aalborg University Hospital in Denmark aims to develop an entirely new research area of improved patient care through advanced sensor technologies.

Making Healthcare Sustainable – A Holistic Approach

Gemserv Health discusses the necessity of making healthcare sustainable and how the industry can play a key role in tackling climate change. In an early...
Using laser-induced graphene to enhance flexible electronics

Using laser-induced graphene to enhance flexible electronics

Researchers at Penn State have experimented with laser-induced graphene designs to develop advanced flexible electronics for wearable health devices.

Cell-based regenerative therapies for maxillofacial bone defects

A collaboration of engineers, biomedical scientists, and clinicians in the Netherlands has recently reached a breakthrough in cell-based bone regenerative therapies. Although bone has a...
UK science funding boost worth £113m will support future science leaders

UK science funding boost worth £113m will support future science leaders

Almost 100 of the UK’s next-generation of science leaders will be granted a total £113m science funding boost to facilitate the commercialisation of their innovations and tackle global challenges from the climate crisis to chronic illness.

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