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British researchers have genetically modified the Komagataeibacter rhaeticus bacterium to repair damage to certain types of materials.
BMW's battery project is one of four green technology projects in the automotive sector to be awarded a £91.7 million grant by the British government.
Forty million pounds is being spent on the upgrade of Europe's largest biomass plant to make it more affordable in the future and make the use of these sustainable energy sources more marketable.
The University of Cambridge has succeeded in using artificial intelligence, brain scans and memory tests to develop an algorithm that can recognize Alzheimer's at an early stage.
Shielding those at highest risk from Covid-19 during the first wave of the pandemic may not have been as effective at protecting them from infection and death as hoped, according to a new study.
For those who survive a heart attack, the road to recovery is long. A new stem cell therapy can repair and help prevent heart failure.
The University of Cambridge sees it not only as a technical discovery, but also one that can lead to a more sustainable form of data storage.
Biochar might be the answer to becoming carbon-negative. A new project is studying its efficacy as a way to capture and store C02 underground.
Researchers at the University of Glasgow have developed a new method to identify extraterrestrial life - by looking at the composition of molecules.
When leaves fall on tracks, they can make things slippery. A retrofittable device for train brakes fixes this using electromagnetics.
Researchers at the University of Edinburgh have developed a laser that can detect issues in donated livers before they are transplanted.
University of Cambridge researchers develop implants to help bypass nerve damage so people can move paralyzed limbs again.
The right tools make it easier to complete your online education programs.
Some of these changes could completely reshape the environments in which people choose to live.
Researchers at the University of Glasgow created a technology that creates 3D images out of echoes - just like Batman.
Technology, and particularly information technology, is key to all parts of natural science in the modern world.