10 Jan 2022
Windows That Outsmart the Elements
New research takes energy efficient windows a step further by proposing a new "smart window" design that would harvest the sun's energy in the winter to warm the house and reflect it in the summer to keep it cool.
23 Dec 2021
Ultrasound Could be Used to treat Psychiatric Disorders
A new study in macaque monkeys has shed light on which parts of the brain support credit assignment processes and, for the first time, how low-intensity transcranial ultrasound stimulation can modulate both brain activity and behaviours related to these credit assignment processes.
16 Dec 2021
Predicting Battery Failure Helps Millions Maintain Electricity
Millions of people around the world lack access to electricity. Decentralised solar-battery systems are key for addressing this whilst avoiding carbon emissions and air pollution, but are hindered by relatively high costs and rural locations that inhibit timely preventative maintenance. When batteries in such systems fail, it can be difficult to replace them and can leave people stuck without access to power.
10 Nov 2021
Ocean Infinity to Deliver a Zero-Emissions Marine Propulsion System
Ocean Infinity, the marine robotics company is pleased to announce it is a winner of The Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition, enabling the Company and its partners to build a Marine Propulsion Test facility, with an integrated Ammonia Marine Propulsion System. The test facility will demonstrate clean-fuelled technology eventually capable of powering Ocean Infinity's Armada fleet, using an innovative ammonia based fuel cell system.
29 Oct 2021
All About Eve: AI Model to Interpret Human Gene Variants
Researchers have designed an AI tool called EVE (Evolutionary model of Variant Effect), which uses a sophisticated type of machine learning to detect patterns of genetic variation across hundreds of thousands of nonhuman species and then use them to make predictions about the meaning of variations in human genes.
19 Oct 2021
First Supply of Consistent, Scalable, Human Muscle Cells for Research
Cell coding company bit.bio has launched a new product, ioSkeletal Myocytes. It's the first product of its kind that provides physiologically relevant human skeletal muscle cells that are reliable, reproducible and consistent at scale. Access to ioSkeletal Myocytes will supercharge research and drug discovery for musculoskeletal and metabolic conditions.
12 Oct 2021
Brill Power Revolutionises Battery Performance
Brill Power has launched the first in a new class of 'intelligent' battery management systems that are set to revolutionise the performance of stationary energy storage systems to power the future of homes and businesses globally.
4 Jun 2021
Bird-Like Robots Could Assist in Medical Emergencies, Hunt Down Drones
A bird flaps its wings, glides using air currents and then smoothly descends to perch on a pole. But this is not just any bird, it's a robot bird. And robots like these could in the next decade be used to respond to emergencies or to hunt down drones posing a threat to safety or security.
23 Apr 2021
Oxbotica are an autonomous vehicle artificial intelligence software provider with a strong academic background in robotics.
27 Jan 2021
Genome Editing to Treat Human Retinal Degeneration
Gene editing therapies, including CRISPR-Cas systems, offer the potential to correct mutations causing inherited retinal degenerations, a leading cause of blindness.
25 Jan 2021
Counting Elephants from Space for Conservation
For the first time, scientists have successfully used satellite cameras coupled with deep learning to count animals in complex geographical landscapes, taking conservationists an important step forward in monitoring populations of endangered species.
3 Nov 2020
WearOptimo's Strategic Partnership Agreement With Aspen Medical
A key milestone on our commercial journey was reached today with the announcement of a partnership between WearOptimo and Aspen Medical. WearOptimo is now engaged with Aspen Medical for the development and distribution of particular Microwearable sensors in key markets.