Browsing All Posts filed under »Research«

Biodiversity Emergency: School Strikes for Climate, Extinction Rebellion and the Movement for Environmental Action

February 16, 2019

0

The planet is experiencing a biodiversity emergency brought on by the human race. This week in the UK schoolchildren took part in educational strike action to say ‘no more, fix the planet’. Extinction Rebellion, set up in 2018, has demanded governments tell the truth about our ecological crisis and create true participatory democracy to reduce […]

Health Focus: Beyond Veganuary, plus Orphan Drugs for Rare Conditions

February 2, 2019

0

The VNutrition app helps you sustain a plant-based diet the whole year round. Plus, drug repurposing and how it provides new treatments for rare diseases. If you were one of the hordes trying out veganism as part of your new year’s resolutions, the VNutrition app aims to help you extend ‘Veganuary’ into a sustainable lifestyle […]

Bioelasticity: How Scientists Heal and Repair the Body Using its Elastic Properties

March 1, 2018

0

Bioelasticity is the measure of stretchability of our body’s tissues and organs. And it is leading a wave of promising biological and medical research. Elastic fibres are present everywhere in the body and help us with vital activities including breathing and eating. Pinch your skin and, depending on your age, it will snap back quickly […]

BioEnergy Central: Pee Power Lights Up Rural Uganda as Microbial Fuel Cells Generate Electricity from Wastewater

October 12, 2017

0

The remote rural village of Kisoro in Uganda is the first community to be powered using wastewater electricity generation developed at the Bristol BioEnergy Centre. Field trials to test so-called ‘Pee Power’ have returned a resounding success in the rural village of Kisoro, Uganda. The Bristol BioEnergy Centre (BBiC) provided the remote community with a […]

Global Research: Whistling as a Language, Earth’s MegaCities and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars

August 14, 2017

0

Human advancements have been catalogued at an increasingly accelerated rate since the advent of the net and distributed and mobile computing. Global communications systems allow researchers to collaborate and share information or development tools more rapidly to create the technologies of the future. Consumer adoption also happens quicker and technology succeeds and (importantly) fails faster. […]

Inside the Digital Heist that Shook the World, Organ Incubators and Google I/O

May 21, 2017

0

Catching up with the Cool on Techcrunch and Quartz. Amazingly the ransomware attack that crippled IT operations in organisations around the world – most notoriously in the British NHS where operations and diagnostic appointments were cancelled and rescheduled – raised less than $100,000. That is not to play down the impact of this widespread attack, but […]

Proof Through Images – Shots of Science Up Close

April 12, 2017

0

Science is revealed up close with this selection of images gathered by Canadian researchers for the 2016 competition ‘Proof Through Images’ The National Centre for Scientific Research, or CNRS, is a collection of 10 institutes run by the French Ministry of Education and Research. Together with Decouvrir magazine, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council […]

Sophia Maria

My mind is as elaborate as the solar system.

サーフ

surfing & performance

Josep Goded

Seeking Truth

Business and Book

A Blog About the Book Industry and Relevant Business Issues

I ❤ Old Games!

Retrogaming & other stuff

Scientific Babble

Day to day, relatable science.

ashbotandsparki

Programming blog based on my intro to programming through my cute little robot Sparki (Arcbotics)

UniGrip Pro Universal Smartphone Tripod Mounting System

Connect Your Smartphones to Tripods, Light Kits and More with UniGrip Pro

alexcoxfilms

Alex Cox on Bill, Billy, Tombstone Rashomon, The Prisoner, and more...