New Catapult to propel UK satellite applications into the future
The Duke of York officially opens the Satellite Applications Catapult: a centre to facilitate the development and commercial exploitation of British satellite technologies
ECSAT unveiled: ‘ESA has landed in the UK’
Jean-Jacques Dordain and David Willetts unveil ECSAT: the European Space Agency’s first-ever UK facility
Genuine creativity: exploring computational materials science
The STFC’s Professor Nicholas Harrison provides his expert perspective of computational materials science: one of the fastest-growing fields of contemporary research...
Directed-energy’s evolution - an interview with Dr David Stoudt
US Navy Director for the Naval Capabilities and Readiness Dr David C Stoudt talks to ScienceOmega.com about directed-energy weapons
Tackling chronic fatigue syndrome from the top down
A top-down approach has helped to advance research within the field of chronic fatigue syndrome, explains the CFS Research Foundation’s Anne Faulkner
Mosquitoes on the rampage: malaria isn't beaten yet
On World Malaria Day, Staffordshire University’s Dr Angela Priestman explains why we need to fight this deadly infectious disease now more than ever
Exploring our energy future: is it time to go nuclear?
Research shows that in the absence of suitable locations for hydroelectric plants, nuclear power could be the best option for base-load generation
Permaculture: overcoming the challenges of climate change
The Kusamala Institute of Agriculture and Ecology’s Chisomo Kamchacha discusses the ways in which permaculture farming can benefit the people of Malawi...
Nurses and carers central to e-health services
Nursing and social care professionals play a key role in the deployment of e-health services in redesigned healthcare systems
Australian flowers give birds the red carpet treatment
Susan Langthorp talks to Monash University’s Dr Adrian Dyer about the complex relationships that exist between pollinators and flowers
New disciplines for climate change mitigation
Now is the time for new disciplines on international trade in electricity, argues Professor Thomas Cottier, Managing Director of the World Trade Institute at the University of Bern
International Women’s Day Lecture: How Shall we Live?
To celebrate International Women’s Day 2013, sustainability expert Joanna Yarrow explains why we should start living on planet Earth as if we intended to stay