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Pharmacology - Health - 25.11.2022
Understanding antimicrobial resistance
City of Kitchener's Carl Zehr Square goes blue for World Antimicrobial Awareness Week By Milana Madzarac School of Pharmacy Unnecessary use and misuse of antibiotics and other antimicrobials are increasing the serious problem of antimicrobial resistance.

Physics - Health - 25.11.2022
Heidelberg CRC for vascular research to continue successful work
The Collaborative Research Centre "Vascular Control of Organ Function" (CRC 1366) at Heidelberg University will continue its research for another four years. After a positive evaluation, the application for extension for a second funding period has now been accepted in the latest approval round of the German Research Foundation (DFG).

Transport - Innovation - 25.11.2022
Cyclists are the solution, not the problem
Cyclists are the solution, not the problem
Researcher Matthew Bruno wants even more Dutch people on bikes. Cycling is healthy, emits no CO2 and reduces congestion on the road.

Health - Life Sciences - 25.11.2022
New Collaborative Research Centre for JMU
A new collaborative research centre is being launched in Würzburg. It investigates critical decision processes that determine the outcome of human infection.

Innovation - Environment - 25.11.2022

Social Sciences - Architecture - 25.11.2022
Researchers work with First Nations to create housing self-sufficiency in remote communities
Researchers work with First Nations to create housing self-sufficiency in remote communities
A new partnership will bring several First Nations in Saskatchewan together with a team of researchers from the University of Toronto and Toronto Metropolitan University to develop new pathways toward housing self-sufficiency.

Health - 25.11.2022
Next round for Collaborative Research Center in Immunology
Next round for Collaborative Research Center in Immunology
Focus on mechanisms for recognition and elimination of foreign genetic material Success for a research alliance of the University of Bonn, the Technical University of Dresden and the Ludwig Maximilia

Campus - Linguistics / Literature - 25.11.2022

Computer Science - Innovation - 25.11.2022

Life Sciences - Event - 24.11.2022

Campus - 24.11.2022

Innovation - Computer Science - 24.11.2022
What does artificial intelligence do to us?
What does artificial intelligence do to us?
Kick-Off for the project "Desirable Digitalization". Sponsored by Stiftung Mercator Artificial intelligence is on everyone's lips. But what does AI do to us and our society? How does it change our view of humanity? How can AI applications be steered in an ethically desirable direction? In the project "Desirable Digitalization" of the Center for Science and Thought at the University of Bonn and the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence at the University of Cambridge, which is funded by Stiftung Mercator, researchers take a look at the challenges of AI for society as a whole.

Economics / Business - Environment - 24.11.2022
Companies report data leaks on heavy news days
Companies report data leaks on heavy news days
Enterprises try to limit attention for data losses Many companies carefully time disclosures on losses of sensitive customer data.

Research Management - Social Sciences - 24.11.2022

Life Sciences - 24.11.2022
Big brains bring change: Inside the social life of spiders
Big brains bring change: Inside the social life of spiders
For anyone with arachnophobia, the only thing worse than finding a lone spider dangling in a doorway or resting on your rear-view mirror is finding a whole cluster.

Philosophy - 24.11.2022
Century discovery on famous philosopher Hegel
Century discovery on famous philosopher Hegel
The discovery of previously unanalysed lecture notes in the Diocesan Library of the Archdiocese of Munich and Freising provides new approaches to the thought of the famous philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831).

Health - Pharmacology - 24.11.2022
Beating cancer-related fatigue with personalised interventions
After diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer, many women suffer from cancer-related fatigue. Twenty percent of the patients are still severely fatigued after ten years.

Career - Health - 24.11.2022
12,000 people in the UK become unpaid carers every day
4.3 million people take on an unpaid caring role every year Research from the Centre for Care, at the University of Sheffield, highlights the large number of people transitioning in and out of caring roles every year.

Environment - Social Sciences - 24.11.2022

Research Management - Materials Science - 24.11.2022
Consortium wins funding for project on ORD practices
Consortium wins funding for project on ORD practices
A consortium with researchers from the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), Empa and ETH Zurich has won funding of almost CHF1.3 million for a three-year project on open and reproducible materials science research.

Psychology - Health - 24.11.2022
In 2020, four out of ten students felt depressed more often than at normal times
In 2020, four out of ten students felt depressed more often than at normal times
Financial situation and mental health of students during Covid 19 pandemic in 2020 In 2020, four out of ten students were more likely to feel depressed than at normal times 11/24/2022 - In 2020, the Covid 19 pandemic and related measures have impacted the mental health of many college students.

Health - Event - 24.11.2022
Australian researchers honoured for work in infectious disease prevention
Australian researchers honoured for work in infectious disease prevention
A group of infectious disease experts combating the spread of tuberculosis in Vietnam has been recognised for their tireless research and advocacy, which has spanned over a decade.

Health - Life Sciences - 24.11.2022
VU Amsterdam official partner of hDMT as of 1 November
On 1 November 2022, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam became a partner of the Institute for human organ and Disease Model Technologies (hDMT), a non-profit organisation.

Campus - 24.11.2022
TU/e students build world's largest working Nintendo controller
TU/e students build world’s largest working Nintendo controller
Thanks to student association Thor, everyone on TU/e campus can play Super Mario in XL format. The megacontroller measures 6 by 2.5 meters and is based on the popular Super Nintendo from the nineties.

Philosophy - Health - 24.11.2022
Technologies to improve human performance raise ethical concerns
Dr Y. J. Erden and Philip Brey recently published a set of ethical guidelines for human enhancement research and development.

Innovation - Economics / Business - 24.11.2022

Research Management - Politics - 24.11.2022
State Secretary Hirayama opens Science Europe High-Level Workshop on Research Ethics and Integrity
On 23 and 24 November, Science Europe, the association of research funding organisations, together with the State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation and the Swiss National Science Foundation hosted this year's High-Level Workshop in Zurich.

Health - 24.11.2022
South Asian people undergo type-2 diabetes remission with low calorie diets
People of South Asian ethnicity may be able to achieve type 2 diabetes remissions by following a structured weight management programme, according to a new study which saw one third of participants lose more than 10% of their body weight.

History / Archeology - 24.11.2022
Bioarcheologist comes face-to-face with King Tut
Bioarcheologist comes face-to-face with King Tut
Renowned Western researcher Andrew Nelson studies bioarcheology, in part, because it allows him to understand how people lived thousands of years ago.
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