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The art of empowering your employees

Employees are at their best when they feel a sense of ownership to their jobs. However, leaders may encounter a number of barriers when giving employees more influence over their own work situation.

Visual language will give better online services

When you last bought a book or a trip online, did you have a good or poor user experience?

Nanoparticles helping to recover more oil

Much of the oil that petroleum companies leave behind can be recovered with the help of nanoparticles and a simple law of physics.

Tracking the impacts of alien species

A new method enables researchers and others to assess and classify the environmental impacts of alien species.

Linking science and policy to adapt to climate change

Climate change will have an impact on the agriculture and water sectors and affect rice and other crop production in Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu in India. A new research program aims to help.

A microphone that listens with light

A sensor developed in Norway gives microphones hyper-acute hearing and a sense of direction.

Potential to replace silicon

Smaller, cheaper, better products when you combine graphene and semiconductor technology .

Art appreciation is measurable

Is it your own innate taste or what you have been taught that decides if you like a work of art? Both, according to an Australian-Norwegian research team.

Sugar molecules blow the whistle on breast cancer

Sugar molecules in the body play a far more important part in the development of breast cancer than was previously believed.

Artificial liver can support the chronically ill

An artificial liver stationed at the hospital can help people with chronic liver failure to live longer, better lives.
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