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Scientists develop new photonic sensors to detect SARS-CoV-2

A multidisciplinary team of scientists from the University of Malaga, Spain, is developing a point-of-care system based on photonic sensors to detect SARS-CoV-2. Led by...

Researchers develop new 3D photodetector modelled on a spider’s web

Innovators at Purdue University, USA, have modelled a 3D photodetector on the structure of a spider’s web for biomedical imaging. Purdue researchers used the structural...

Researchers develop precise temperature sensor using MXene

A layered material developed by King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia, acts as a precise temperature sensor by utilising the...

Additive manufacturing to create highly sensitive sensors

Researchers led by the University of Cambridge (UoC), UK, have used additive manufacturing techniques to create ultra-thin electronic fibres which can be used to...

EuroStruct – bridging European infrastructure needs

EuroStruct President, Professor José C Matos, spoke to The Innovation Platform about the use of sensors (and other technologies) in bridge assessments, the importance...

Innovators train AI models to help measure biodiversity in birds

An innovative team of researchers have successfully used Artificial Intelligence (AI) to further their understanding of biodiversity in birds, by training computers to recognise...

The iBridge Framework: tailoring bridge monitoring systems

Dr Markus Petschacher, CEO of Petschacher Software und Projektentwicklungs (PSP), outlines iBridge – a revolutionary new framework that allows a bridge monitoring system to...

The next generation of advanced radar-based systems

Nordic Radar Solutions speaks to The Innovation Platform, about their commitment to producing the next-generation of advanced radar-based systems. Based in Egå, Denmark, Nordic Radar...

Shaping the future of aquaculture licensing in Europe

The team behind the TAPAS project reflect on their last four years of research and how it can shape the future of aquaculture licensing...

Tactile Score: the science of touch

The Innovation Platform speaks to Yasuhiro Suzuki of Nagoya University about their proposed method of converting the Tactile Score to measure vibrotactile sensations. Humans have...

New solutions for making smart farms carbon negative

The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have announced the launch of three new projects that aim to develop new solutions for making smart farms carbon...

The importance of trust and regulation in flood disaster response

Scientific products must become a trusted and authoritative source to better assist flood disaster response at a global level. It is human nature to help...

New project to investigate quantum entanglement with sensing applications

Physicists from University of Oklahoma have received a research grant to investigate quantum entanglement for quantum-enhanced sensing applications. Two professors from the University of Oklahoma,...

Quantum state research to create ultracold cesium sensors

Physicists have successfully used a single cesium atom as a sensor for ultracold temperatures through quantum states research. Quantum states are the spin or angular...

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Advancing CO2 conversion projects for the green economy

Discover how EIRES researchers are advancing CO2 conversion projects and using it to build important chemical compounds.

All the latest updates on American Lithium Minerals’ lithium projects

Discover the latest updates on American Lithium Minerals' lithium projects located across Nevada in the US.

Can studying bone microstructure solve the fossilisation mystery?

Discover how fossil bone microstructure research can help uncover a deeper understanding of human bone biology.

The critical role of helium in the automotive industry

Find out how Pulsar is using its helium assets to contribute to the important green energy transition through electric vehicle manufacturing.

Partner News

Pulsar Helium accelerates toward initial public offering with preliminary prospectus filing

Pulsar Helium has filed a preliminary prospectus in each of Canada's provinces, other than Quebec, for an initial public offering.

15 steps to successfully lobbying government for your cause

American Diversified Enterprises outlines the 15 essential steps to lobbying government for your cause and 12 that must be avoided.

Sustainability, innovation, and the bioeconomy: How to lobby for favourable government policies

Discover how lobbying is essential to influencing government policies concerning sustainability and the bioeconomy.

Lithium Power International comments on Chilean Constitution vote

Lithium Power International Limited (LPI) provides an update on the recent Chilean Constitution reform vote.

Special Reports Cont'd

A new light in the dark: Prospects and status of the Light Dark Matter eXperiment

Within the next ten years, LDMX - the Light Dark Matter eXperiment - will open new possibilities to explore the dark side of our Universe.

How should the challenges facing the energy sector be dealt with?

David Wilson, Director of Development at MGH Offshore, outlines the challenges facing the energy sector and highlights how the company is working to overcome them.

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...

Partner News Cont'd

Lithium Power International: Quarterly overview 2023

Lithium Power International comments on activities in the lithium industry during the first quarterly period of 2023.

Lithium Power responds to Chile’s National Lithium Policy

Discover how Chile’s new National Lithium Policy will help to build legal certainty and take advantage of a historic opportunity.

How Chile’s eagerly anticipated national lithium policy will benefit the Maricunga project

Lithium Power International Limited has provided exciting updates from the company’s flagship Maricunga lithium brine project.

Revolutionary zero emission vehicle concept unveiled by First Hydrogen

First Hydrogen Corp. has revealed exciting new concept images for the company’s groundbreaking zero emission vehicle.