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How to Improve Your Image

From screening unborn babies to combating cancer, the need to make medical imaging ever more effective goes to the heart of the never-ending drive to …

News

The Data Dialogue: Time to Share

Researchers are faced throughout their careers with managing research data. Implementing best practice early on can not only help you to access the right data …

Blog

Guest Post: The Power of Open Data

Dr. Kirstie Whitaker is a Research Associate in the Department of Psychiatry and Brain Mapping Unit at the University of Cambridge with a focus on brain development …

Case Study

Spotlight On: R. J. Mitchell Wind Tunnel

Each month we post a new edition to the SES ‘Spotlight On…’ series, showcasing equipment at our institutions, providing information and case studies for interested researchers/industries, and promoting …

Blog

Guest Post: Indeed, it is time to share

Stijn Michielse, a visiting PhD student at the University of Cambridge (Department of Developmental Psychiatry) from Maastricht University, Netherlands talks about his visit to The …

Case Study

From London Labs to Global Growth: the Abzena Story

Successful university spinout companies are a key feature of the UK’s economic landscape – but not many can match the remarkable rise of Abzena, a …

Interview

The Search for Another Earth

Timothy Metcalf (SES Consortium Manager) sits down with Dr. Sergey Yurchenko (Senior Lecturer, UCL Physics and Astronomy) to talk about his research into Exoplanets as …

Equipment

Shining a spotlight on institutional equipment

Research equipment and infrastructure are key components of all academic institutions, providing essential space and technology for researchers to work on the most complex of problems. …

Case Study

Meeting the Needs of a Wireless World

It’s hard to deny how much we depend on wireless communications – and one pace-setting spinout company is helping to make it possible through patented …