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At the University of Liverpool, we are integrating scientific insight, machine learning and lab automation, to shorten research and innovation time to fundamentally change global industry with new materials – that will enable new forms of energy use and storage, and recyclable and sustainable products.
To reach net zero, now is the time to, invest, research, build partnerships, and turbo charge materials innovation 10x faster.
To find out more about materials innovation at the University of Liverpool, visit our website: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/materials…
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Researchers from @livuniHLS have contributed to new research showing that llama antibodies have 'significant potential' as a #COVID19 treatment.
Published in @NatureComms today, the study was led by @RosFrankInst.
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'COVID vaccines for under-16s: why competent children in the UK can legally decide for themselves.' Read this new @ConversationUK piece by Prof @helenstalford (@LIVEChildRights), Dr Kerry Barry (@LivUni) and Dr @aoifedalylaw (@LawUCC) #vaccine #consent
In this video Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself), patron of the Science Fiction Foundation, introduces some of the wonders and oddities from our holdings!
Did you know that we hold the largest catalogued collection of science fiction in Europe?🚀