science wire

« BACK

Innovation



Results 1 - 50 of 3216.
1 2 3 4 5 ... 65 Next »


Astronomy / Space Science - Innovation - 19.08.2022
Lights on for Australia's first dark matter lab
Lights on for Australia’s first dark matter lab
Australia is set to play a leading role in the global hunt for mysterious dark matter, with the launch of a new lab in regional Victoria today.

Life Sciences - Innovation - 19.08.2022
A machine for sorting zebrafish eggs
A machine for sorting zebrafish eggs
Zebrafish eggs are among the most commonly used model organisms in genetic, developmental and toxicology research.

Innovation - 18.08.2022
'Tales from the future' - A new way forward for beer brewing
’Tales from the future’ - A new way forward for beer brewing
'Tales From the Future', a beer made in a recent collaboration between researchers at The University of Manchester Cloudwater Brew Co.

Health - Innovation - 17.08.2022
When every second counts
Device developed by Waterloo grads now being used to remove clots in brains of stroke victims By Brian Caldwell Faculty of Engineering A medical technology company launched by two Waterloo Engineerin

Innovation - Electroengineering - 16.08.2022
Report Highlights Technology Advancement and Value of Wind Energy
Wind energy continues to see strong growth, solid performance, and attractive prices in the U.S., according to a report released by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and prepared by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory ÜBerkeley Lab). With levelized costs of just over $30 per megawatt-hour (MWh) for newly built projects, the cost of wind is well below its grid-system, health, and climate benefits.

Transport - Innovation - 16.08.2022
CMU Joins Transportation Officials at Launch of New Autonomous Vehicle Testing, Safety and Training Facility
Representatives from Carnegie Mellon University joined officials from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, the Regional Industrial Development Co

Health - Innovation - 15.08.2022

Economics / Business - Innovation - 12.08.2022

Computer Science - Innovation - 12.08.2022
Empowering young people on International Youth Day
Empowering young people on International Youth Day
Held every year on August 12, International Youth Day provides a platform for young people to focus on how they will develop innovative and entrepreneurial solutions for the future.

Environment - Innovation - 12.08.2022
With Inflation Reduction Act, U.S. sees landmark action on climate change
With Inflation Reduction Act, U.S. sees landmark action on climate change
Experts from the Ralph O'Connor Sustainable Energy Institute discuss the legislation's impact on renewable energy, carbon capture technology, and other approaches to environmental sustainability The

Physics - Innovation - 11.08.2022
Manchester professor to co-lead new Network in materials for quantum technologies
Manchester professor to co-lead new Network in materials for quantum technologies
The Network aims to ensure that the world-leading UK materials research base, the existing National Quantum Technologies Programme (NQTP), and the developing quantum industry base are brought together in a UK-wide coordinated effort.

Innovation - 11.08.2022
10 countries in 10 days
10 countries in 10 days
The Jena application group for the "Zukunftszentrum für Deutsche Einheit und Europäische Transformation" (Future Center for European Transformation and German Unity) focuses on the experiences of upheaval and transformation of the people in Central and Eastern Europe.

Health - Innovation - 09.08.2022
Victoria’s first mRNA innovation hub backed by state government
A collaborative team of Melbourne researchers from Monash University and the University of Melbourne have received $5.4 million from the Victorian government to establish The Victorian mRNA Innovation Hub to develop next-generation mRNA vaccines and therapeutics to treat a range of diseases.

Health - Innovation - 08.08.2022
£1m investment is breath of fresh air for University of Glasgow nebuliser spinout
A University of Glasgow spinout which aims to create more effective methods of treating lung diseases has secured a £1m grant from Innovate UK.

Environment - Innovation - 08.08.2022
Program primes students to tackle real-world urban sustainability issues
Program primes students to tackle real-world urban sustainability issues
Growing up in Cameroon, West Africa, Bineh Ndefru saw many of her relatives who rely on farming for their livelihood suffer the negative impacts of climate change, from drought and displacement to climate-induced violence.

Innovation - Computer Science - 05.08.2022
Monash wins Algorand boost for blockchain technologies in the Pacific
Researchers from Australia and the Pacific region, led by Monash University, are among ten global winners of the Algorand Centres of Excellence (ACE) Program, sharing US$50 million to strengthen blockchain technology, education and innovation.

Health - Innovation - 04.08.2022
Western team achieves international holographic teleportation
Holographic teleportation sounds like something out of Star Wars or Star Trek , but instead of the bridge of a flashy interstellar spaceship, a futuristic technological achievement took place in a nondescript boardroom on campus at Western recently.

Innovation - Economics / Business - 04.08.2022
University of Glasgow researchers support second phase of SP Energy Networks net-zero projects
Net-zero projects led by SP Energy Networks and supported by researchers from the University of Glasgow are progressing to the next phase of trials.

Innovation - 04.08.2022
Better understanding of innovation dynamics
25 years ago, urine-diverting toilets were no more than an idea, challenging the central paradigm of wastewater treatment plants.

Environment - Innovation - 04.08.2022
Q&A: Planning Climate-Smart Power Systems
An energy scientist and a climate scientist discuss how utilities can plan for a resilient electrical grid in the face of an uncertain climate future U nprecedented heat waves, storms, and wildfires are pushing electrical grids in the United States to their limits. To work towards a safe and reliable power system in the coming years, utilities will need to factor the potential effects of climate change and extreme climate change-driven events into their plans for power distribution, generation capacity and back-up energy storage, and infrastructure repair and replacement.

Innovation - Health - 03.08.2022
Ground-breaking companies develop at Velocity Science
Velocity Science returns to campus and is ready to advance the growth of science-based startups Velocity Global advancements in sciences, together with digital transformation, continue to accelerate innovation, significantly impacting all sectors of the economy.

Environment - Innovation - 02.08.2022

Innovation - Social Sciences - 01.08.2022

Social Sciences - Innovation - 28.07.2022

Economics / Business - Innovation - 28.07.2022
Innovate to Dominate
Professor Tai Ming Cheung's new book lays out the complex interplay in China's economic development, innovation and security at the heart of the country's competition for global dominance Will China overtake the U.S. to become the world's leading technological and security power?

Innovation - Social Sciences - 27.07.2022
Enabling Australia’s transition to a fair and just low carbon future
A new report, from Monash University and Royal Holloway researchers, has outlined how Australia can move equitably towards zero carbon emissions by overcoming socio-economic, location, scale and technology challenges.

Computer Science - Innovation - 26.07.2022

Campus - Innovation - 25.07.2022
The UB incorporates new infrastructures to reinforce its research
The UB incorporates new infrastructures to reinforce its research
The subsidy obtained for the purchase of this equipment amounts to 9,876,006.

Innovation - Health - 22.07.2022

Transport - Innovation - 22.07.2022
Team Designs the Airports of Tomorrow
A team from Carnegie Mellon University won NASA's Gateways to Blue Skies: Airports of Tomorrow competition with their project, "Sustainability and Connected Autonomy: A New Era for Aviation.

Innovation - Transport - 22.07.2022
Bath spinout Volant Autonomy to lead tests of pilot-free flights in Jersey
Bath spinout Volant Autonomy to lead tests of pilot-free flights in Jersey
Volant Autonomy, set up by colleagues from Faculty of Engineering & Design, is to test autonomous drones in £3.7 million field study A University of Bath spinout company is set to lead a large-scale test that could lead the way to autonomous flights.

Innovation - 21.07.2022
A magnetic catheter against strokes
A magnetic catheter against strokes
ETH spin-off Nanoflex has developed a magnetically steerable catheter for quick and safe stroke treatment that no longer requires surgeons to be on site.

Innovation - 21.07.2022
The Outer Limits: Future Economic Growth in the Face of Diminishing Resources
UC San Diego researcher warns that economic growth is not possible in the long-term The 1972 book The Limits to Growth shared a somber message for humanity: the Earth's resources are finite and proba

Economics / Business - Innovation - 21.07.2022

Innovation - Politics - 21.07.2022
Monash Commission recommends global pursuit of deliberate strategies to grow and enhance intermediary cities
The Monash Commission has released its perspective on future-oriented features of Intermediary Cities that aims to improve liveability and resilience for large cities of the future.

Astronomy / Space Science - Innovation - 21.07.2022

Computer Science - Innovation - 20.07.2022

Computer Science - Innovation - 20.07.2022
1 2 3 4 5 ... 65 Next »