Environment - Dec 6

The emissions pathways of most companies in high-emitting sectors are not aligned with the climate targets of the Paris Agreement. To better contribute to national and global sustainability efforts, corporate behaviour must change. This is the main message of a new study by Imperial College Business School published in Nature Communications.

Health - Dec 5

A paper from the University of Southampton examining how best to treat psychosis has concluded that a greater range of individually targeted therapies could improve outcomes for patients. The research questions if Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBTp) for psychosis should remain the dominant treatment and suggests that, in the future, big data and artificial intelligence may help to develop a range of more bespoke therapies.

Physics - Dec 5

Researchers have discovered magnetic monopoles - isolated magnetic charges - in a material closely related to rust, a result that could be used to power greener and faster computing technologies.

Physics - Dec 5

Scientists at the University of Manchester Unveil Inorganic Stamp Technology for Creating Atomically Clean Interfaces Key Highlights. Atomically clean interfaces: The new stamp design has enabled the creation of atomically clean interfaces between stacked 2D materials over extended areas, a significant improvement over existing techniques.

Health - Dec 5

Researchers develop a blood test to identify individuals at risk of developing Parkinson's disease Research carried out at Oxford's  Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences  has led to the development of a new blood-based test to identify the pathology that triggers Parkinson's disease before the main symptoms occur.

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