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Bowel sensors among 20 innovative healthcare technology projects

Researchers aim to develop tiny robotic sensors to detect bowel cancers, the second most common cause of cancer death in the UK. Armed with cutting edge terahertz imaging, the sensors could be used in colonoscopies or even to detect skin tumours, allowing for diagnosis in situ without having to wait for biopsy results.

Bowel sensors among 20 innovative healthcare technology projects
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Haptic tech turns phones into multi-sensory nature learning tools

Researchers will develop new technology to allow children to experience nature through their smartphones by ‘feeling’ textures such as feathers, fur and tree bark.

Haptic tech turns phones into multi-sensory nature learning tools
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National circular economy research programme launches

A major research programme encompassing 34 universities and 200 industry partners has been launched to catalyse the UK’s shift to a circular economy. The National Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Research (NICER) programme is supported by a £30 million UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) investment.

National circular economy research programme launches
Case study

Understanding and eliminating corrosion

bp and The University of Manchester are leading a project to better understand and eliminate corrosion, supported by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council’s (EPSRC) Prosperity Partnership programme.

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RT @UKRI_News: Congratulations to all those in the UKRI community recognised in the Queen's birthday honours list! https://t.co/iJgQPHwTz8

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New UK-Canada funding opportunity: work with Inuit partners to research changes in Arctic ecosystems, their impacts… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

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Changing the world with ideas

Supported by an Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Impact Acceleration Account, this startup accelerator is helping students and staff at the University of Southampton change the world with their ideas.

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