Health - Jan 22
Regular aspirin should not be recommended for preventing heart attack and stroke in people without cardiovascular disease. The use of aspirin in patients without cardiovascular disease should not be routinely recommended Dr Sean Zheng Lead author This is the latest finding from scientists at Imperial College London, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association .
Life Sciences - Jan 22
Life Sciences

A study, led by the University of Bristol, has shed some new light on how the beaks of birds have adapted over time.

Life Sciences - Jan 22
Life Sciences

So-called bifacial stem cells are responsible for one of the most critical growth processes on Earth - the formation of wood.

Chemistry - Jan 22
Chemistry

Synthetic molecules are essential for many products in our lives: medicines, crop protection agents or special materials such as Teflon.

Physics - Jan 22

Imperial materials scientists have created new artificial materials which combine our knowledge of metals with 3D printing. The findings could speed up the use of 3D printed materials in everything from construction and vehicles to medical devices.

Materials Science - Jan 22
Materials Science

Scientists at Empa teamed up with isofloc AG to develop an insulating material made of recycled paper.

Literature - Jan 21

Non-English speaking migrants take to the unique Australian dialect more readily than English-speaking migrants, according to research by ANU. The research from the School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics found migrants learning English as their second language use "Aussie words", such as 'esky', 'thong', 'doona' and 'nappy' at the same rate as Australian-born people.

    » Search among 6494 job offers in science and innovation.
    Selected Job Offers
    Employers of the Week