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Plants and particles win Turlings and Shchutska top Swiss science awards

Added: 17 Sep 2023

Biologist Ted Turlings and physicist Lesya Shchutska are this year’s winners of the the two highest…

Water, the source of (lab) life

Added: 11 Sep 2023

When it comes to laboratory liquid, there’s just nothing that can top the peerless H20, argues Matt…

Funding for vaccine to tackle cause of UK pig herds’ major respiratory threat

Added: 10 Sep 2023

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and the Biotechnology and Biological Science…

Relief from scientific community greets Horizon Europe deal

Added: 8 Sep 2023

UK readmission to Horizon Europe and the Copernicus programme has been greeted with widespread reli…

Nottingham uni spin-out secures UKRI £1 million for gene therapy tech

Added: 6 Sep 2023

University of Nottingham spin-outTherageniX and collaborator the University of Nottingham, have bee…

Cycling to zero

Added: 4 Sep 2023

Images of workplace pollution and waste usually focus on heavy industry but ignore the sizeable con…

100 Technicians share Hauksbee Award honours

Added: 4 Sep 2023

One hundred technicians working in a range of sectors and campaigning to raise their profession’s p…

Van Leeuwenhoek's rich legacy endures three centuries on

Added: 24 Aug 2023

He may have been a late starter in the field with which his name is indelibly associated but Antony…

Can science tackle ACL threat to women players’ World Cup success?

Added: 20 Aug 2023

The knee injury England midfielder Keira Walsh narrowly avoided at the World Cup has been identifie…

BDD wins £2 million investment to expand early phase clinical trials

Added: 20 Aug 2023

Clinical trials company BDD has secured a further round of investment for £2 million to aid expansi…

Tax crackdown heralds new R&D relief headaches

Added: 13 Aug 2023

Science research and development tax relief applications will now face an extra hurdle thanks to ne…

IET football tournament’s out of this world

Added: 3 Aug 2023

Moon Rovers 2: Lunar United 3. While it sounds like Fantasy Football, it could be one day as feasib…

Look beyond the Horizon

Added: 3 Aug 2023

While many scientists are keen to see the UK back in the Horizon Europe programme, Professor Brian …

Stopping the rot

Added: 23 Jul 2023

The global cold chain is functioning but often ineptly, with consequences for food and vaccine supp…

Fulbright Award for CMU academic’s ground-breaking organ storage research

Added: 23 Jul 2023

An academic from Cardiff Metropolitan University has received a prestigious Fulbright Award to enab…

Lab Innovations 2023 opens for visitor registration

Added: 10 Jul 2023

Lab Innovations has officially opened visitor registration for its upcoming event on November 1 and…

Breakthrough recognition for science publishing’s invisible co-reviewers

Added: 25 Jun 2023

One of the science world’s leading publishers is taking a stand on behalf of hundreds of young rese…

Research provides a material boost for epilepsy treatment

Added: 18 Jun 2023

New materials for probes used in brain surgery could have the potential to provide a transformation…

Lucky 13 for expanded Lab Awards 2023

Added: 11 Jun 2023

One of the leading events to honour laboratory science, The Lab Awards, returns to Lab Innovations …

Firm plans to scale up insect farming with ‘Mealworm on a chip’

Added: 11 Jun 2023

French company Ÿnsect has announced the creation of the first genotyping chip for insect farming, a…