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Researchers have developed a small robot capable of climbing upside down using electricity and could be used to inspect large complex machinery.
Researchers have developed a VR map of a tumour to allow scientists to observe cells from all angles and for greater diagnostics.
A group of Australian researchers have found a valuable environmental use for nanoparticles derived from green mangos.
Switzerland-based startup offers rentable end-to-end automated equipment for conducting experiments in space.
Researchers taught a machine learning algorithm to detect early signs of Alzheimer’s disease with a study showing more rapid and accurate diagnoses than doctors.
A UK university has developed a healing lamp that offers an alternative treatment for chronic ulcers.
Scientists in Singapore are using a zero waste process to create a probiotic drink out of soy pulp.
Highly skilled data scientist professionals utilise crowdsourcing platform to help clients make sense of data and complete projects.
Scientists have developed a new robot the size of a molecule that can be ‘programmed’ to build other molecules.
Berlin-based ResearchGate connects academics, medical professionals and developers, making it easy to showcase and share work at any stage.
Graphene, a new material discovered by University of Manchester scientists in 2004, has been used for the first time in fashion in a high-tech dress.