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22 May 2024
Computer Science - Innovation
Up, up and away with WISA and AI
plane controls With Canada in need of airplane pilots, University of Waterloo researchers are using artificial intelligence (AI) to help more of them take flight. | Supported by the Government of Canada, through the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario), experts at the Waterloo Institute for Sustainable Aeronautics (WISA) are enlisting a host of new technologies to train more licensed pilots in less time, for less money and in a more environmentally friendly way.
22 May 2024
Event
University of Glasgow contributes to award winning film on impact of deindustrialisationhad on health, community facilities, employment and access to transport and other services. It was awarded an honourable mentioned award...
22 May 2024
Environment - Earth Sciences
Seaweed forests are an overlooked component of oceanic carbon storage
{EN , Kelp forests of large brown seaweeds are among the most extensive and prod Their research estimates that the world's seaweed forests transport 56 million tonnes of carbon (between 10 to 170 million tonnes) to
22 May 2024
Environment - Economics
New VUB chair researches circular economy in Flemish seaports As a central hub for Western Europe, the port represents multimodal transport - maritime, inland waterway, rail, road and pipeline - and a wide
22 May 2024
Innovation - Microtechnics
ETH students develop drones, robots and vehicles
AVERO are developing an inspection drone in which the propellers are protected i art in the areas of additive manufacturing, robotics, and drive and transport technologies. The Focus projects are an integral part of a Bachelor's...
21 May 2024 - University of Bern - Bern
Health - Computer Science
PhD position on innovating quantitative MRI
21 May 2024 - University of Bern - Bern
Health - Physics
Research position on innovating quantitative MRI
21 May 2024
Environment - Career
Mobility research on commuting in the Suurstoffi in Risch-Rotkreuzand building heat, and electricity is supplied by solar panels. The transport sector is responsible for a third of Switzerland's 13 million tons of...
21 May 2024
Innovation - Campus
'Diversity connects': students drive 5G research forward
The students Carlos Tablante and Ricardo Quiceno work as research assistants at Engineering for a Sustainable Future" - with this goal in mind, people from almost 100 nations study and work together at TU Ilmenau.
21 May 2024
Innovation - Economics
Aviation and Robotics Summit Comes to Carnegie MellonCarnegie Mellon University hosted several days of a summit charged with solving aviation challenges with robotics solutions. The event brought airline executives, industry technologists and roboticist
20 May 2024
Environment - Innovation
Discover the undergraduate startups tackling global challengesof the disc that can then be harvested and used as electricity. Transport for London (TfL) spends approximately £150m a year on track...
20 May 2024
Campus - Environment
Lectures explore data's place in the humanitiesCookie policy."},"navigation":{"major":[{"asset_name":"University News","asset_url":"https://news.stanford.edu/university-news","asset_assetid":"141464","children":[{"asset_name":"Distin
20 May 2024
Campus - Environment
Native American Cultural Center celebrates 50 yearsCookie policy."},"navigation":{"major":[{"asset_name":"University News","asset_url":"https://news.stanford.edu/university-news","asset_assetid":"141464","children":[{"asset_name":"Distin
20 May 2024
Environment - Campus
Five surprising facts about the sunCookie policy."},"navigation":{"major":[{"asset_name":"University News","asset_url":"https://news.stanford.edu/university-news","asset_assetid":"141464","children":[{"asset_name":"Distin
20 May 2024
Chemistry - Physics
Alexander Kuhn, the chemist who breaks the rules
Alexander Kuhn in his laboratory at the ISM in Bordeaux in April 2024. The winner of the 2023 CNRS Silver Medal, Alexander Kuhn has marked the scientific community with his research in electrochemistry, which is of interest in fields ranging from pharmaceuticals to robotics.
20 May 2024
Transport
Underwater signals generated by open sea airplane crashes could be key to detecting final resting place of MH370Signals captured on underwater microphones could be key to locating airplanes such as MH370 when they crash into the ocean, Cardiff University research shows.
19 May 2024
Environment - Campus
Women's rowing wins third-straight Pac-12 ChampionshipCookie policy."},"navigation":{"major":[{"asset_name":"University News","asset_url":"https://news.stanford.edu/university-news","asset_assetid":"141464","children":[{"asset_name":"Distin
19 May 2024
Campus - Social Sciences
Blending disciplines for a brighter worldCookie policy."},"navigation":{"major":[{"asset_name":"University News","asset_url":"https://news.stanford.edu/university-news","asset_assetid":"141464","children":[{"asset_name":"Distin
17 May 2024
Health - Pharmacology
Treating chronic inflammation with approaches from nature
Stefan Lorkowski and Dr Maria Wallert coordinate the research group. Image: Anne are only absorbed in very small quantities through food. In order to transport the selected bioactive natural compound combinations to the desired...
17 May 2024
Life Sciences
Restrict Use of 'Tipp-Ex Proteins'
From the Department for Molecular Evolution at the University of Bonn - First au ever make relatively low quantities of PPR proteins, which are then transported straight into the organelles before the molecular "Tipp-Ex" in the...



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