More than just a greener concrete, EnDurCrete extends performance and enhances durability while also improving this ubiquitous building material’s carbon footprint.
Using imaging data, researchers can create complex simulations of our brain that could lead to personalised treatments for a range of disorders and neurodegenerative diseases.
When it comes to organ donation, our expert Roi Paul Nathan says age is just a number – unless you’re talking about how long the organ has been in transit.
Breast tumors can be quite variable in size and appearance, so precisely outlining their extent and margins on an MRI image can be helpful in both treatment planning and monitoring treatment response or tumor progression. However, this outlining—or segmenting of images—is not an easy task, particularly for an entire volume covering many image slices.
A virtual reality game that uses off-the-shelf virtual reality equipment is proving to be an effective rehabilitation tool for stroke survivors.
A new test bed offering a range of tribo-analytic services aims to reduce the time and costs involved in developing innovative new materials.
Put an oil boom manufacturer, an autonomous vehicle designer and an oil spill response team together in the same room and what you get is SpillPython, a potentially new direction for responding to and containing oil spills.
A new solution extracts oil from olive paste using ultrasound technology – a development that could make the virgin olive oil industry more efficient and profitable.
Even the healthiest among us is unlikely to see 100 years of age. But why? According to expert David Vilchez, professor of Medicine at the University of Cologne, the key to longevity can be found in our cells.