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New Stephen Hawking fellows announced

11 new Stephen Hawking fellows look to answer the greatest unanswered questions in science, from how the universe evolved to what happens when black holes collide.

New Stephen Hawking fellows announced
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Low cost rapid sensors used to rapidly detect infections in wounds

Low-cost screen-printed carbon sensors have been used to rapidly detect bacteria commonly found in wounds, paving the way for a real-time medical device. A study carried out by the University of Strathclyde and NHS Ayrshire & Arran used sensitive portable electrochemical sensors, which detected infections in clinical samples within half an hour.

Low cost rapid sensors used to rapidly detect infections in wounds
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UKRI Chief Executive opens Henry Royce Institute Hub

UKRI Chief Executive Professor Dame Ottoline Leyser has opened the Henry Royce Institute Hub building, the UK’s advanced materials research and innovation hub. Based at The University of Manchester, the £105 million Royce hub building hosts state-of-the-art equipment and facilities for biomedical materials, metals processing, digital fabrication and sustainable materials research.

UKRI Chief Executive opens Henry Royce Institute Hub
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Advancing laser technologies

Researchers funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) are driving innovations in semiconductor disk laser technology, combining physics and optical engineering techniques.

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Southampton shines as leading light in photonics industry

Decades of EPSRC support for pioneering work at the University of Southampton has been vital to drive a thriving photonics cluster in and around the city – a cluster crucial to the UK’s ability to punch above its weight in this here-and-now yet firmly future-focused sector.

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