International R&D

Emmanuel Macron is inviting the world's innovators, engineers and business-builders to come to France.
by Angela Charlton, Associated Press
2:24pm
6.16.2017
Bacterial and archaeal plankton, as the most abundant form of life in the oceans, profoundly influence the global environment.
by KAUST
10:02am
6.12.2017
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Numerous researchers are looking at the impact of climate change on the Alps.
by EPFL
10:10am
6.9.2017
The team positioned a carbon fibre electrode over the gland surface and waited with excitement what would happen.
by University of Wurzburg
2:21pm
4.21.2017
More than 100 million such devices are still buried in over 70 countries.
by The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
12:30pm
4.11.2017
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Plant pollen and fungal spores can be found at variable heights in the air.
by German Research Center for Environmental Health
1:59pm
4.3.2017
38.2 million tons of said fruit peels are estimated to be produced worldwide each year in the food industry.
by University of Granada
12:46pm
3.23.2017
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This means 30 percent of a key organism's genetic material has now been swapped out for engineered replacements.
by NYU Langone Medical Center
1:30pm
3.10.2017
As bees slip onto the endangered species list in the United States, researchers in Japan are pollinating lilies with insect-sized drones.
by Cell Press
1:00pm
2.10.2017
Scientists have developed sensor technology for a robotic prosthetic arm that detects signals from nerves in the spinal cord.
by Imperial College London
2:00pm
2.6.2017
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An international study discovered a new type of bacterial structure which has previously only been seen in more complex cells.
by University of Queensland
2:33pm
2.2.2017
New research shows there may have been more nitrogen in the ocean between one and two billion years ago than previously thought.
by University of British Columbia
7:00am
2.1.2017
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This newly discovered species of otter, Siamogale melilutra, was about the size of a wolf and weighed approximately 110lbs.
by Taylor & Francis Group
1:11pm
1.24.2017
Many pathogens use certain sugar compounds from their host to help conceal themselves against the immune system.
by University of Bonn
2:39pm
1.10.2017
The 13 footprints were left as impressions in volcanic ash that later hardened into rock and excavated in northern Tanzania in 2015.
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3:17pm
12.14.2016
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In addition to the pathogens, the platform detects others that as of yet have been identified only sporadically but could become epidemics.
by University of Sao Paulo
7:30am
12.2.2016
One pharma company's large loss was due to its announcement last week of the clinical trial failure of its Alzheimer's drug Solanezumab. And this car company...
by Tim Studt, Contributing Editor
9:16am
11.28.2016
Theresa May offered business leaders a trade-off on Monday.
by Danica Kirka, Associated Press
7:30am
11.23.2016
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