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Will Timesaving Taxiing at Airports Take Off?

Fewer delays, fewer emissions, lower fuel costs, less noise – remarkably, it’s by targeting times when aircraft are still on the ground that the global …

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Data vs Dementia

Maxine Mackintosh on early intervention to prevent cognitive decline and the One HealthTech community. Maxine Mackintosh is a PhD student at University College London working …

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Guest Post: Gender Summit 2018

When a variable becomes the question: The changing role of gender in present-day research. Sergio A. Silverio Psychologist & Research Assistant in Qualitative Methods, Institute …

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Clear Signals for a Bright 5G Future

If 5G is to fully realise its massive potential, some important challenges still need to be tackled

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SES Open: Data Mining – exploring the ethical dilemmas

Open Science is a contemporary and relevant theme across the UK research landscape. This year we’re hosting a series of exciting events that directly engage …

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In Computational Combat Against Microbial Resistance

Victoria Carr on gene sequencing, women in tech and getting out there. Victoria Carr is a Bioinformatics and Data Science PhD Researcher at King’s College …

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Guest Post: A Vision of the Future

Susan Sun is a PhD student in the Centre for Doctoral Training in Energy Storage and its Applications at the University of Southampton. Her interest …

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Improving Research Workflows by Enabling High-speed Data Transfers

With the volume of data generated from research increasing rapidly and affecting a wider variety of fields and disciplines than ever before, the requirement for …

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Interview: Dr. Richard Boardman

Getting from A to B How High-speed Data Transfer Could Power Science Dr. Richard Boardman from the µ-VIS Centre for Computed Tomography (an X-Ray Imaging …