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Innovation - Event - 24.05.2024 - Today
Dr Jilda Andrews is reimagining the future of museums
Dr Jilda Andrews is reimagining the future of museums

Health - Laboratory - 23.05.2024
CD Laboratory for Image- and Cognition-based Precision Radiotherapy opened at MedUni Vienna
CD Laboratory for Image- and Cognition-based Precision Radiotherapy opened at MedUni Vienna

Campus - 23.05.2024
Twelve professors appointed

Astronomy / Space - 23.05.2024
Euclid space telescope releases five stunning early images and data
Euclid space telescope releases five stunning early images and data
The European Space Agency's (ESA) Euclid space mission, which involves collaboration with researchers from the University of Waterloo, has released five new portraits of the universe. These never-before-seen images showcase Euclid's ability to unravel the secrets of the cosmos, enabling scientists to hunt for rogue planets, using lensed galaxies to study mysterious matter and explore the evolution of the universe.

Astronomy / Space - Computer Science - 23.05.2024
Austrian Mini-Satellite OPS-SAT Burns Up after Successful Mission
Austrian Mini-Satellite OPS-SAT Burns Up after Successful Mission
For four and a half years, the nanosatellite built at TU Graz acted as a flying laboratory in space to test mission-critical software, operating concepts and new technologies.

Event - History / Archeology - 23.05.2024
Building to UCL's 200th Anniversary
Building to UCL’s 200th Anniversary

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 23.05.2024
Euclid space mission celebrates first science with sparkling cosmic views
Euclid space mission celebrates first science with sparkling cosmic views
Five new views of the Universe have been released today, captured by the European Space Agency's Euclid telescope, whose massive optical camera was designed and built by an international team led by UCL researchers.

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 23.05.2024
First data from Euclid telescope offering snapshot of cosmic history
Scientists have released the first set of scientific data captured with the Euclid telescope, showing an exciting glimpse of the Universe's distant past. The telescope, launched in July 2023, is part of the Dark Energy Satellite Mission , which aims to map the dark Universe. Led by t'he European Space Agency in collaboration with The Euclid Consortium - which includes astronomers at The University of Manchester in leadership positions - the mission seeks to unlock mysteries of dark matter and dark energy and reveal how and why the Universe looks as it does today.

Innovation - Philosophy - 23.05.2024
Guiding the Augmented Reality Revolution: New Policy Recommendations

Health - Pharmacology - 23.05.2024
Helga Gardarsdottir appointed Professor of Real World Data for Decision Making on Medicines
Utrecht University has appointed Helga Gardarsdottir as Professor of Real World Data for Decision Making on Medicines.

Environment - 23.05.2024
The global clean water crisis looms large
Water scarcity will intensify with climate and socioeconomic change, disproportionately impacting populations located in the Global South.

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 23.05.2024
New Images From Euclid Mission Reveal Wide View of the Dark Universe
New Images From Euclid Mission Reveal Wide View of the Dark Universe
Messier 78 is a nursery of star formation enveloped in a shroud of interstellar dust located 1,300 light-years away from Earth. Using its infrared camera, Euclid exposed hidden regions of star formation for the first time and mapped complex filaments. Credit: ESA/Euclid/Euclid Consortium/NASA, image processing by J.-C.

Innovation - Computer Science - 23.05.2024
Embedded artificial intelligence
The European InSecTT project focuses on the security of embedded AI. As a partner in this three-year project, CEA-Leti developed innovative solutions to authenticate intelligent systems and protect them from various cyberattacks. These advances coincide with the promulgation of the European AI Act. The EU InSecTT project wrapped up in the Fall of 2023, only a few months before the promulgation of the European AI Act.

Economics - 23.05.2024
Pearl in the shell? Special purpose acquisition companies should embrace uncertainty with investors

Economics - 23.05.2024
Women, people of color drive viewer ratings for top streaming films
Women, people of color drive viewer ratings for top streaming films

Architecture - 23.05.2024
Everybody’s Home: National conversation about the housing crisis

Health - Social Sciences - 23.05.2024
New WHO/Europe report highlights socio-economic disparities in youth health
A new report released by the WHO Regional Office for Europe reveals alarming disparities in the health of young people across the region, with those from less affluent families disproportionately affected.

Health - Environment - 23.05.2024
Researchers elected as new Fellows to the Australian Academy of Science

Environment - Astronomy / Space - 23.05.2024
Six ANU researchers elected to the Australian Academy of Science
Six ANU researchers elected to the Australian Academy of Science
A number of talented ANU researchers have been elected as Fellows of the Australian Academy of Science.

Politics - 23.05.2024
Democracy Sausage: Political prisoners
Democracy Sausage: Political prisoners

Health - Psychology - 23.05.2024
One year in, The Summit transforms mental health care for youth in Calgary
One year in, The Summit transforms mental health care for youth in Calgary
Every patient has an opportunity to improve the outcome for the next young person to walk in the front door There's an audible series of clicks, and once the electromagnetic coil is dialed in to deliver the perfect amount of stimulation to the brain, an involuntary twitch of the finger.

Campus - Pedagogy - 23.05.2024
Early diagnosis and intervention important for children with ADHD
Early diagnosis and intervention important for children with ADHD

Campus - Career - 22.05.2024
UT researches arduous transition to circular infrastructure sector

Computer Science - Innovation - 22.05.2024
Up, up and away with WISA and AI
Up, up and away with WISA and AI
With Canada in need of airplane pilots, University of Waterloo researchers are using artificial intelligence (AI) to help more of them take flight.

Event - 22.05.2024
University of Glasgow contributes to award winning film on impact of deindustrialisation

Social Sciences - 22.05.2024
Intercultural Week: Discover international student life in Ilmenau

Art and Design - Environment - 22.05.2024
UCLA plays a pivotal role in Getty PST ART, the nation's largest art event
UCLA plays a pivotal role in Getty PST ART, the nation’s largest art event

Health - Life Sciences - 22.05.2024
Manchester professor elected one of the Academy of Medical Sciences new Fellows

Sport - History / Archeology - 22.05.2024
A Game of Life and Death
A Game of Life and Death
The Maya did not strive for individual glory. They achieved top sporting performances primarily to avert the wrath of the gods and the downfall of their culture.

Economics - 22.05.2024
Risk spirals and collective ignorance
Risk spirals and collective ignorance

Career - Health - 22.05.2024
As L.A. County nighttime recreation program expands scope, success largely continues
As L.A. County nighttime recreation program expands scope, success largely continues
Nation, World + Society UCLA study shows Parks After Dark achieved intended goals Key takeaways A survey of attendees in 2023 found that 93% felt safe at Parks After Dark.

Campus - 22.05.2024
Christopher Phillips Appointed Head of Carnegie Mellon’s Department of History

Health - Agronomy / Food Science - 22.05.2024
International VEGANScreener project assesses the nutritional quality of vegans
International VEGANScreener project assesses the nutritional quality of vegans
An international research group led by MedUni Vienna has developed VEGANScreener, a new tool with 29 questions on the dietary quality of vegans in Europe.

Innovation - Economics - 22.05.2024
Communicating innovation provides social value to R&D&I

Health - Innovation - 22.05.2024
Creating Dynamics in Research and Transfer with the Innovation Campus
Creating Dynamics in Research and Transfer with the Innovation Campus
Baden-Württemberg's Science Minister learned about the ongoing projects of the Health + Life Science Alliance Heidelberg Mannheim On its way to becoming a world-leading region in life sciences and me

Environment - Earth Sciences - 22.05.2024
Record warming: How should Canada, its cities and citizens adapt?
Record warming: How should Canada, its cities and citizens adapt?
In January 2024, the European Union's Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) announced 2023 as the hottest year on record since 1850 .

Campus - Politics - 22.05.2024
Israel-Hamas: EB TU Delft calls for immediate ceasefire

Campus - Politics - 22.05.2024
Israel-Hamas: EB and deans TU Delft call for immediate ceasefire

Astronomy / Space - Economics - 22.05.2024
ESA boosts commerce and delivers sustainability in space

Astronomy / Space - 22.05.2024
ESA astronauts Sophie Adenot and Raphaël Liégeois assigned for Space Station missions

Environment - Economics - 22.05.2024
New VUB chair researches circular economy in Flemish seaports 

Computer Science - 22.05.2024
Interviewing children: using training software to combat false memories
Interviewing children: using training software to combat false memories
Questioning children in criminal proceedings is challenging. Carelessly asked questions distort the testimony and can harm the young interviewee.

Innovation - Microtechnics - 22.05.2024
ETH students develop drones, robots and vehicles
ETH students develop drones, robots and vehicles
Racing cars, robots, aircraft: Bachelor's students in the Department of Mechanical and Process Engineering spend two semesters working on a project in teams.

Career - 22.05.2024
Hiring people with disabilities requires looking beyond perceptions
Many people with disabilities would like to work but are not hired. There are many possible explanations for this persistent problem.

Environment - Chemistry - 22.05.2024
New polystyrene recycling process could be world's first to be both economical and energy-efficient
New polystyrene recycling process could be world’s first to be both economical and energy-efficient
Chemical method identified to tackle hard-to-recycle packaging material, cutting landfill waste Engineers have modelled a new way to recycle polystyrene that could become the first viable way of making the material reusable.

Materials Science - Sport - 22.05.2024
New battery-free lactic acid sensor
New battery-free lactic acid sensor
Scientists at Bath, introduce a breakthrough carbon-based sensor for detecting lactic acid levels in saliva - avoiding the need for an electrical power source. Scientists at the University of Bath, working in collaboration with industrial partner, Integrated Graphene , have created a new type of chemosensor (demonstrated for lactic acid sensing) which functions with electricity but without the need for reference electrodes or battery power.

Art and Design - 22.05.2024
Project to understand women's creative contributions to British filmmaking is launched
Project to understand women’s creative contributions to British filmmaking is launched

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 22.05.2024
NASA's Psyche Fires Up Its Sci-Fi-Worthy Thrusters
NASA’s Psyche Fires Up Its Sci-Fi-Worthy Thrusters
This artist's concept depicts NASA's Psyche spacecraft headed to the metal-rich asteroid Psyche in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.

Architecture - Social Sciences - 22.05.2024
A community collaboration for progress
Graduate student Nolen Scruggs works with a local tenant association to address housing inequality as part of the MIT Initiative on Combatting Systemic Racism.

Economics - Innovation - 22.05.2024
MIT scholars will take commercial break with entrepreneurial scholarship
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