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Materials Science - Chemistry - 27.01.2023
Graphenano and the University of Valencia make an impact in the battery sector by developing the first cell made without metals
Graphenano and the Institute of Molecular Science (ICMol) of the University of Valencia have developed the first battery cell without current collectors or metal terminals.

Social Sciences - 27.01.2023
Benefits of big city life - only for the elite
Benefits of big city life - only for the elite
Urban inequality in Europe and the United States is so severe that urban elites claim most of the benefits from the agglomeration effects that big cities provide, while large parts of urban populations get little to nothing. In a study published in Nature Human Behaviour, researchers at Linköping University and Leipzig University show that the higher-than-expected outputs of larger cities critically depend on the extreme outcomes of the successful few.

Veterinary - 27.01.2023
RVC seeks veterinary collaboration for UK dairy herd study
Researchers at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) are seeking to enrol veterinary practices as they begin a study to determine and benchmark individual and herd-level passive transfer status across dairy herds within the UK. This is the first study to examine the issue from a UK wide perspective and will provide the largest amount of information to date which will inform best practice and benefit both farmers and vets.

Media - 27.01.2023
Memes-field Park? ’Digital natives’ are flirting with Jane Austen’s vision of the ideal man all over again
Know about the Darcy hand-flex? Remember that lake scene with Colin Firth? For 200 years, audiences have been swooning over different portrayals of Mr Darcy, Jane Austen's iconic male hero.

Life Sciences - Health - 27.01.2023

Physics - Electroengineering - 27.01.2023
Advanced Electronic Materials Cover
Advanced Electronic Materials Cover
A research team at Technische Universität Ilmenau has succeeded in further developing a fundamentally new and very material-saving approach. This approach uses additive material synthesis for semiconductor metallization. The research results, developed in the Nanotechnology Group under the leadership of Professor Heiko Jacobs, follow up on prior publications on lateral nanobridge growth (Advanced Materials 2016, IEEE 2018, IEEE 2020) and open up news ways to connect metallization layers vertically, point-to-point, using a plasma jet process.

Environment - Materials Science - 27.01.2023
Plant-based insulation materials as CO2 sinks?
Plant-based insulation materials as CO2 sinks?
Researchers want to develop a novel type of insulating material from plant-based raw materials or waste products that can permanently bind the CO2 it contains by means of a special heat treatment - and thus act as a CO2 sink.

Chemistry - Physics - 27.01.2023

Career - Economics / Business - 26.01.2023

Environment - 26.01.2023
Halfway to 2030: Dutch organisations becoming more engaged with Sustainable Development Goals
Since the 2015 adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the 2030 deadline, the first Dutch national SDG Barometer study shows that there is a lot to be optimistic about.

Pedagogy - 26.01.2023
UCU industrial action to take place in February and March
UCU industrial action to take place in February and March
The national University and College Union (UCU) has announced plans for nationwide industrial action between February and March 2023, including strike and action short of strike (descriptions below), which may affect your studies.

Career - 26.01.2023
Strike action w/c 31 January: Information for staff
Strike action w/c 31 January: Information for staff
Next week will see workers from a number of different industries going on strike, which may affect your work.

Social Sciences - Psychology - 26.01.2023

Social Sciences - 26.01.2023

Environment - Economics / Business - 26.01.2023

Astronomy / Space Science - 26.01.2023

Psychology - 26.01.2023
Moderate and vigorous physical activity is most critical factor for boosting mid-life brain power
Undertaking between six to seven minutes of moderate or vigorous physical activity (MVPA) every day could improve cognitive performance, finds a new study led by UCL researchers. The research, published in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, found that more intense exercise is better for working memory and mental processes, such as planning and organisation.

Chemistry - Materials Science - 26.01.2023
Cardboard with a more sustainable coating
Cardboard with a more sustainable coating
Sterre Bakker defends her thesis on January 27, 2023 at the department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry.

Chemistry - Physics - 26.01.2023
Séminaire LCMCP | Stephan Wolf ’Potent small molecular-weight antiscalants...’
Le LCMCP vous informe Stephan Wolf (Institute of Glass and Ceramics Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nurnberg Germany) Will present a seminar entitled "Potent small molecular-weight antiscalants operate by specific additive-cluster interactions beyond established mechanistic conception" Abstract: Transient amorphous calcium carbonate (ACC) is a crucial precursor in various mineralizing environments, and insight into its ultrastructure and formation is vital for understanding formation pathways and identifying molecular control mechanisms by additives.

Microtechnics - 26.01.2023
First Lego League Challenge at TU Ilmenau
On January 28, the First Lego League Challenge will take place at Technische Universität Ilmenau. In the research and robotics competition, students from Germany, Austria and Switzerland will compete against each other.

Astronomy / Space Science - Physics - 26.01.2023
Lost Video of Georges Lemaître, Father of the Big Bang Theory, Recovered
Fans of science history can now access a new gem: a 20-minute video interview with the father of the Big Bang theory, Belgian Catholic priest and physicist Georges Lemaître. The full recording, originally aired in 1964, was thought to be lost - with only a short excerpt preserved. In 2022, the 20-minute interview was discovered in the archives of Vlaamse Radioen Televisieomroeporganisatie (VRT), the national public broadcasting network for Belgium's Flemish community.

Career - Campus - 26.01.2023
Sofie Schuller, researcher Erasmus University Rotterdam
Sofie Schuller, 2022 alumni of the master's programme Work, Health and Career (WHC) is currently conducting research on the working conditions of 'ghost workers'.

Electroengineering - Environment - 26.01.2023
Hydropower gets fit for the future
In 1886, the first hydropower plant went into operation in Littau, Lucerne, to supply the Swiss AC grid.

Astronomy / Space Science - Computer Science - 26.01.2023
Tinkering for waste collection in space
Waste causes problems not only on Earth, but also in space. A research team from the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts is currently developing a space debris detector. This can autonomously control satellites that are to clean up space in the future. Above our heads, there is a huge mess: In low-Earth orbits - about 800 km above the Earth - there are currently around 5,500 active and defective satellites orbiting.

Sport - Psychology - 26.01.2023
Positive impact of CMHA Ontario's Talk Today program in Canadian Junior Hockey League
Positive impact of CMHA Ontario’s Talk Today program in Canadian Junior Hockey League
A new report by McGill University Faculty of Education researchers shows Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Ontario's Talk Today program is making a positive impact on athletes in the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL).

Health - Astronomy / Space Science - 26.01.2023
Stars in the same constellation: How the space and health fields benefit from each other's innovations
Stars in the same constellation: How the space and health fields benefit from each other’s innovations
New innovations in either space or health care technology can be useful for both sectors, according to a recent research paper by physician Farhan Asrar , professor of clinical health in the Universit

Physics - Computer Science - 26.01.2023
University of Waterloo receives Quantum Horizon funding award
The awarded proposal seeks to understand and mitigate the loss of quantum information The Quantum Horizons: Quantum Information Science (QIS) Research and Innovation for Nuclear Science award from th

Health - Pharmacology - 26.01.2023
£2.2m for Glasgow Cancer Centre to help find new treatments
The development of new cancer treatments in Scotland is to receive major funding, providing future hope for people diagnosed with the disease.

Pedagogy - 26.01.2023
Michigan transitional kindergarten widely available, supported by administrators and parents
Expanding access to high-quality early education has been a bipartisan goal of Michigan policymakers for at least a decade.

Mathematics - Campus - 26.01.2023

Event - Religions - 25.01.2023
Now on display: The art of writing
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Health - 25.01.2023
Heart health: MHH offers innovative procedure for mitral valve replacement
Heart health: MHH offers innovative procedure for mitral valve replacement
Interdisciplinary team of heart surgeons and cardiologists has good experience with a prosthesis implanted via the apex of the heart The mitral valve is one of our four heart valves.

Computer Science - Campus - 25.01.2023

History / Archeology - Politics - 25.01.2023

Innovation - Computer Science - 25.01.2023
TUM School of Computation, Information and Technology founded
TUM School of Computation, Information and Technology founded
New power for the Digital Transformation As part of its TUM Agenda 2030 the Technical University of Munich (TUM) opened its TUM School of Computation, Information and Technology (CIT) with a gala ceremony.

Transport - 25.01.2023
Comparing airfares instead of seat size fairer indicator of passenger carbon emissions
Allocating passenger aircraft emissions using airfares rather than travel class would give a more accurate idea of individual contributions, finds a study led by UCL.

Innovation - Economics / Business - 25.01.2023

Innovation - Economics / Business - 25.01.2023
A major boost for Utrecht’s AI research
ROBUST aims to provide a new boost to Dutch fundamental research on Artificial Intelligence (AI). The program will receive a contribution of 25 million euros from the Dutch Research Council (NWO).
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