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Funding boost for space science project

Published
Monday 11th March, 2024
Categories
Global
Science

A pioneering radio astronomy project, introducing skills and expertise to countries across Sub-Saharan Africa, has received a funding boost to continue its transformational work.  

Group of students, tutors and staff with a 40cm optical telescope in Kenya

Nanosurgical tool could be key to cancer breakthrough

Published
Thursday 7th March, 2024
Categories
Science

A nanosurgical tool - about 500 times thinner than a human hair - could give insights into cancer treatment resistance that no other technology has been able to do, according to a new study.

Scientist looks through a microscope in a laboratory

Groundbreaking proton beam therapy cancer trial opens

Published
Wednesday 21st February, 2024
Categories
Science
Health

A cancer treatment that is currently available to only a limited number of UK patients is to be tested in a clinical trial to see if it causes fewer long-term side effects than standard radiotherapy.

Patient Radiation proton therapy fixing mask showing laser lines for targeting cancer cells in the brain

Decarbonising the world’s industries

Published
Thursday 1st February, 2024
Categories
Science

Harmful emissions from the industrial sector could be reduced by up to 85% across the world, according to new research.

industrial plant with tall chimneys billowing smoke, at dusk

Satellites ‘key to confronting global challenges’

Published
Friday 19th January, 2024
Categories
Environment
Technology
Working with business
Science

Science Minister Andrew Griffith says for the UK to become a Space superpower it must harness the talent of researchers and businesses involved in the analysis of satellite data.

Image shows Earth - in the black emptiness of Space - and a satellite orbiting above it.

AI study reveals individuality of tongue’s surface

Published
Thursday 14th December, 2023
Categories
Science
Technology
Health

Artificial Intelligence and 3D images have revealed that the surface of the tongue is unique to each of us, a new study suggests.

Tongue structures called papillae. Under high magnification they are circle-like and bulbous and they give the upper surface of the tongue its rough structure