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Worms in space: The Molecular Muscle Experiment

New research using worms will look at muscle loss in space and could lead to new treatments for muscular conditions for people on Earth.

Hundreds of worms are being flown to the International Space Station later this year for scientists to understand more about spaceflight-induced muscle loss.

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The Technology Helping to Keep Roads Safer

When it comes to traffic accidents and collisions, research has shown that it is rarely down to vehicle technical failure. In fact, 90% of cases are caused by human factors such as errors, delayed reaction times, driver fatigue and poor visibility.

While the introduction of additional mirrors, camera systems and mandatory

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Culture is Digital report will unleash the creative potential of technology for cultural organisations

Following a recent government announcement, museums, galleries, theatres and heritage organisations will be given access to cutting-edge technology and digital skills training to help them reach new and diverse audiences.

DCMS Secretary of State Matt Hancock announced the move as part of the Culture is Digital report, which sets out an ambitious

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Aluminium set to make a charge on battery technology

Rapid charge, long life batteries made from low-cost and abundant aluminium are set to emerge from research led by Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). Unveiled at the All Energy event in Glasgow, aluminium ion batteries could displace the lead-acid batteries commonly found in automotive applications in just two years.

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The robots are coming – but not without humans first

Why technology needs people and not the other way around, or the robots are coming – but not without humans first!

People are the crucial element in ensuring technology is effectively implemented into businesses, according to Venquis and research at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM).

An analysis by the leading

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