One of the most pressing challenges of the 21st century is meeting the ever-increasing demand for energy consumption whilst reducing the environmental impact of energy production and storage. Solar energy conversion devices have the potential
Category Archives: interdisciplinary
Disciplinary Identities and other barriers to advancing interdisciplinary working
In this Guest Blog, Dr Linda Waldman, Professor Jo Sharp and Professor James Wood discuss the challenges surrounding authorship attribution in interdisciplinary research. Interdisciplinary research is becoming increasingly commonplace. In recent years, climate change,
Open Biomaterials Research
In this Guest Blog, Guest Editors from the Open Biomaterials Research Collection discuss the range of research topics featured in the collection, their contributions to open science and promotion of reproducibility via shared protocols in biomaterials research.
‘Wicked problems’ and how to solve them
In this Guest Blog, PLOS ONE Academic Editor, Sieglinde Snapp, discusses the challenges faced in sustainability research to solve complex, so-called “Wicked Problems”, and how conferences such as Tropentag are bringing together researchers from multiple