Life Sciences
Declaration calls for all clinical studies to be registered and the results published
Leading funders of clinical research around the world say they will require grant holders to register trials in advance and to publish data in full, regardless of whether the results are positive or not
Scientists cheer Macron’s victory but must await his plan for R&D
As a former investment banker, Macron understands venture capital and what it takes to promote innovation. He wants to push on with university reform and improve science teaching, but the exact shape of his agenda hangs on parliamentary elections
Senior EU research official to join Merck & Co.
Ruxandra Draghia-Akli, deputy director general for research, in surprise move to US pharma group in June
Genome editing of plants and livestock needs new approach to regulation
Using gene editing in plant and animal breeding does not involve adding foreign DNA and is outside the scope of EU regulations on GMOs. But the EU needs to urgently clarify the status of organisms bred in this way, say Europe’s science academies
Formula for a breakthrough: hard work and long-term stable funding
As the European Research Council turns 10, grantee Ben Feringa, winner of the 2016 Nobel Prize for Chemistry, gives Science|Business his recipe for success. The secret ingredient? Funding for the long haul in the lab
Start-ups must be made to feel at ease to grow in Europe
As head of innovation at EIT Digital, Chahab Nastar gives entrepreneurs the guidance to scale-up that was missing when he was building his own company
‘Know-Nothing’ Trump cuts science funding – and opens a door for Europe
Budget cuts proposed in Washington ignore what we know about the value of science. To support science everywhere, join us April 22 on the streets, at Science March Brussels
Innovation Intelligence
Experts debate the future of stem cells
Europe is currently a world leader in the fundamental science underpinning regenerative medicine and cell therapy, and in its therapeutic use and regulation. But how can Europe build on its leading position?
Unlocking the value of personalised healthcare in Europe
This new study shows ICT investments could cut healthcare costs for key ailments by more than 35%.
The promise of personalised healthcare in Europe
Science|Business and Sweden's Karolinska Institutet have conducted a survey of a wide range of stakeholders in personalised healthcare across four major EU-markets (Belgium, France, the Netherlands and the UK).
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Aalto researchers create anticancer nanomaterials by simulating underwater volcanic conditions
The novel method enables making nanoclusters of zinc peroxide in an environmentally friendly manner.
University of Warwick: Cancer cells detected more accurately in hospital with artificial intelligence
Cancer cells are to be detected and classified more efficiently and accurately, using ground-breaking artificial intelligence – thanks to a new...
Scientists reveal how epigenetic changes in DNA are interpreted
A new study in Science from Karolinska Institutet maps out how different DNA-binding proteins in human cells react to certain biochemical...
Reactive Oxygen® research wins prestigious innovation award
University of Birmingham researchers are working with British biotech company, Matoke Holdings Ltd, inventors of Reactive Oxygen® technology, that destroys superbugs such as MRSA and Pseudomonas aeruginosa which cause major hospital-based and community infection
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