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Advancing a technical career

Added: 12 Aug 2019

Is your team motivated, professional, adaptable, connected, and competent?

Brexit: No-deal is a bad deal for UK science

Added: 9 Aug 2019

In a video livestreamed from his desk at Downing Street on Thursday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson a…

Leeds creates thinnest 2D gold

Added: 8 Aug 2019

University of Leeds scientists have claimed first fabrication of freestanding 2D gold with a sub‐na…

3D-printed collagen forms functioning heart parts

Added: 6 Aug 2019

A new bioprinting method allows anyone to 3D-print functioning components of the human heart.

Game Theory: Linkage

Added: 5 Aug 2019

Games have never been more popular and in their column the newest recruits to the Lab News team, Dr…

Reproducibility comes as standard (part 2)

Added: 5 Aug 2019

Science's reproducibility crisis is a big challenge and one that needs to be overcome quickly. In t…

Agar Scientific buys London Resin Company

Added: 2 Aug 2019

Laboratory equipment supplier Agar Scientific has acquired London Resin Company for an undisclosed …

Eye-controlled contact lenses

Added: 29 Jul 2019

Biomechanical engineers have created a robotic lens that allows the wearer to focus on an image thr…

Reproducibility comes as standard (part 1)

Added: 29 Jul 2019

Science's reproducibility crisis is a big challenge and one that needs to be overcome quickly. In t…

In his element

Added: 29 Jul 2019

We spoke to astrobiologist Robert Hazen whose new book, Symphony in C, draws parallels between carb…

Algal biofuels face diverse pathogens

Added: 24 Jul 2019

DNA analysis of a predatory bacterium has revealed a much higher level of genetic diversity than pr…

Reproducibility crisis

Added: 23 Jul 2019

Inadequate reporting, variability in reagents and the pressure to publish all contribute to the rep…

Alderley Park to run Japanese AMR therapy

Added: 23 Jul 2019

Japanese pharmaceutical company Shionogi is out-licensing its anti-virulence therapy to the AMR Cen…

Symphony in C

Added: 22 Jul 2019

Composed in four movements, Symphony in C explores carbon’s multifaceted characteristics and its ro…

Getting it wrong, incorrectly?

Added: 22 Jul 2019

Could it be that we are getting biology wrong?

Simple glass acts like AI

Added: 10 Jul 2019

A non-electrical, low cost piece of glass replicates a machine’s neural network in order to recogni…

Graphene synthesised with eucalyptus bark

Added: 26 Jun 2019

Australian and Indian researchers have used a chemical from the bark of the eucalyptus tree for a n…

Glorious celebration of imposters

Added: 17 Jun 2019

Ever wondered, despite all your scientific expertise, if you’ll be uncovered as a fraud? Don’t worr…

Harnessing regional strengths

Added: 17 Jun 2019

From distinctive strengths in transport innovation in the West Midlands to leadership in the life s…

Just play the game

Added: 10 Jun 2019

Games have never been more popular – but can they really help in the teaching of science? You bet y…