Blood cell insights could boost lung cancer therapies 

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27 September 2023

Researchers found that the location in and around tumours of cytotoxic T cells, which play a key role in fighting cancer, may help predict patient survival and indicate whether or not treatments will work.

The findings could help to pave the way for improved immunotherapies - powerful but expensive life-extending treatments which currently fail in 80 per cent of cases - allowing them to work more effectively in more patients, researchers say.

Some of Scotland’s most iconic heritage sites set to offer free admission this winter 

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26 September 2023

Access to Historic Scotland winter ticketed attractions will be free on the first Sunday of each month until March 2024

Edinburgh Napier students mark completion of bamboo structure in world first for sustainable construction 

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25 September 2023

A team from ENU joined two other institutions to complete the project in China

Robotics to ease NHS staff workload explored at joint event 

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22 September 2023

The National Robotarium partnered with NHS Grampian Innovation Hub to co-host 'Beyond Surgery: Robotic Assistance in the Workplace' a unique event held at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary on 23 August.

Along with potential industry partners, the two organisations brought together funders, investors, scientists and representatives from NHS domestic services, catering, nursing and pharmacy services at the north-east health board to explore how robotic technology and intelligent autonomous systems could be used to better carry out activities in NHS Scotland.

UK spaceflight company Orbex expands facilities 

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21 September 2023

Orbex, the UK-based spaceflight company, is adding 1500 square metres of factory and office space as it prepares for the UK mainland's first vertical rocket launch.

Heriot-Watt to co-host UK research hub to decarbonise transport networks 

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20 September 2023

Heriot-Watt University is part of a new national research hub that will help to upgrade and decarbonise the UK’s complex and interconnected national, regional and local transport infrastructures and to adapt to the effects of climate change.

Fireproof fungus offers sustainable cladding alternative 

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16 September 2023

Flat sheets of a fungal material could provide a safe and sustainable new way to fireproof buildings, according to researchers.

Train named after WES past president 

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15 September 2023

On International Women in Engineering Day 2023, Southeastern, the railway company serving Kent Sussex and Southeast London honoured engineering trailblazer, Kent-born Verena Holmes, the first woman to become an elected member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) and past president of the Women’s Engineering Society.

The Green Curriculum: Moving on apace 

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14 September 2023

The IMO’s Revised Strategy to cut GHG emissions makes training in new fuels a matter of urgency

Captain Jeffrey Parfitt FNI Head of Safety and Environment, The Nautical Institute

Near infra-red 3D-printing technique could revolutionise the industry 

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12 September 2023

Scientists in Edinburgh have developed a new 3D-printing technique that could have a huge impact on manufacturing.

UK rejoins EU science research scheme Horizon 

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08 September 2023

The UK is to rejoin the EU's flagship scientific research scheme, Horizon, the government has announced.

UK-based scientists and institutions will be able to apply for money from the £81bn (€95bn) fund from today.

Transport Select Committee publishes report on Maritime 2050 

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08 September 2023

The Transport Select Committee has today published a report on the Government’s Maritime 2050 strategy, little over a year after it opened an inquiry to scrutinise the progress made by the Government in delivering its recommendations

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