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Social Sciences - 19.07.2024
Researchers work with community to address food insecurity 
Our researchers have worked with community support workers to explore the drivers behind foodbank use and offer alternative solutions to support vulnerable people. The report 'Reducing the need for foodbanks in County Durham' is a collaboration between our Centre for Social Justice and Community Action (CSJCA) and the Durham Christian Partnership (DCP).

Health - 18.07.2024 - Today
Researcher awarded $2 million to investigate youth vaping and lung health
Researcher awarded $2 million to investigate youth vaping and lung health
Dr. David Hammond is leading a new study to examine the health risks of e-cigarettes among young people in Canada Canada has among the highest rates of nicotine vaping in the world, with more than one in 10 high school students vaping daily.

Campus - Health - 18.07.2024 - Today
55 additional study places from 2025/26

Health - Environment - 18.07.2024 - Today
Human-centered indoor climate for health centres
Research on human-centered indoor climate for health centres UC3M participates in the HumanIC project The European scientific project HumanIC, in which Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) is part

Campus - Social Sciences - 18.07.2024 - Today
UCL academics elected Fellows of the British Academy
UCL academics elected Fellows of the British Academy

Economics - Career - 18.07.2024 - Today
University of Glasgow researchers join call for rapid action to secure Grangemouth’s future

Mathematics - Physics - 18.07.2024 - Today
Stochastics Elite Meets in Bochum
Stochastics Elite Meets in Bochum

Campus - 18.07.2024 - Today
U-M solar car team returns to the American Solar Challenge
For the first time since 2018, the University of Michigan solar car team will stake their claim as one of the nation's best Sporting a brand new roll cage, the University of Michigan solar car team's

Health - 18.07.2024 - Today
Substantial rise in adults vaping for longer than six months in England
Substantial rise in adults vaping for longer than six months in England
The number of adults in England who report vaping for more than six months has increased substantially from around one in 80 in 2013 to one in 10 in 2023, according to a new study led by UCL researchers.

Administration - 18.07.2024 - Today
Manchester expert assists major report into how to estimate UK's population
Manchester expert assists major report into how to estimate UK’s population
The Office for Statistics Regulation (OSR) has published a new report about the new methods that the Office for National Statistics (ONS) are developing to produce population estimates for England and Wales, with the help of an expert from The University of Manchester.

Innovation - Pedagogy - 18.07.2024 - Today
Bringing Marco Polo’s Adventures to Life With AI Innovation 700 Years After His Death

Health - Career - 18.07.2024 - Today
Future Leaders Fellowships for three University of Glasgow researchers

Campus - Career - 18.07.2024 - Today
A Round Anniversary for Equal Opportunities
A Round Anniversary for Equal Opportunities

Physics - Materials Science - 18.07.2024 - Today
E-mail from... Hamburg
E-mail from... Hamburg

Sport - 18.07.2024 - Today
Employee Interviews: Great Opportunity or Just a Compulsory Exercise?
Employee Interviews: Great Opportunity or Just a Compulsory Exercise?

Pharmacology - 17.07.2024
New way to diagnose Multiple Sclerosis could be game changer for patients

Law - Campus - 17.07.2024
World Day for International Justice: Shining the spotlight on our Law and Global Justice @ Durham group

Environment - Mathematics - 17.07.2024
Record number of Veni grants for promising VU researchers
Record number of Veni grants for promising VU researchers
The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) has awarded 174 promising researchers from the full breadth of science, sixteen of whom are from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Amsterdam UMC, with a Veni funding. This will allow the laureates to further develop their own research ideas over the next three years.

Health - Campus - 17.07.2024
Seven UT researchers receive Veni grant
The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) awarded a staggering seven UT researchers a Veni grant.

Health - Life Sciences - 17.07.2024
NWO Veni grants for research into privacy in criminal law, mining and malaria
The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has awarded a Veni grant to fifteen young researchers at Radboud University and Radboud university medical hospital.

Music - Astronomy / Space - 17.07.2024
Toy Story: Western musicology researcher explores sounds of childhood in the 1950s

Life Sciences - Environment - 17.07.2024
Protecting biodiversity worldwide: genetic diversity indicators are validated and ready for usegénétique prêts à l’emploi
Conserving genetic diversity is an essential part of maintaining the health and resilience of species and ecosystems.

Research Management - Innovation - 17.07.2024
Europe: ’Basic research should be central to the next Framework Programme’

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 17.07.2024
Creating and verifying stable AI-controlled systems in a rigorous and flexible way
Neural network controllers provide complex robots with stability guarantees, paving the way for the safer deployment of autonomous vehicles and industrial machines. Neural networks have made a seismic impact on how engineers design controllers for robots, catalyzing more adaptive and efficient machines.

Life Sciences - 17.07.2024
The evolution of ideas - how artificial intelligence can help us
The evolution of ideas - how artificial intelligence can help us
Thinking against the grain with artificial intelligence - A guest commentary by science journalist Manuela Lenzen People want to know how stories continue.

Health - 17.07.2024
COVID accelerated declines in dementia trends for US older adults
Study: Dementia prevalence, incidence and mortality trends among US adults ages 72 and older, 2011-2021 Because of a sharp increase in deaths among older adults with dementia during the onset of the

Health - Campus - 17.07.2024
Help for faculty pursuing large grants
Help for faculty pursuing large grants

Mathematics - Innovation - 17.07.2024
Mathematics driving innovation: Research alliance takes an integrative approach
Mathematics driving innovation: Research alliance takes an integrative approach

Religions - Politics - 17.07.2024
Religion is a politically ambivalent phenomenon: Cluster of Excellence examines the dynamics of religious affiliation and non-affiliation
Religion is a politically ambivalent phenomenon: Cluster of Excellence examines the dynamics of religious affiliation and non-affiliation

Campus - Innovation - 17.07.2024
'Not taking part is no option for us!'
’Not taking part is no option for us!’

Environment - Chemistry - 17.07.2024
Prize-winning thesis: oxidation done properly!
Prize-winning thesis: oxidation done properly!

Physics - Computer Science - 17.07.2024
3D visualization brings nuclear fusion to life
3D visualization brings nuclear fusion to life
EPFL was selected by the EUROfusion consortium to develop an advanced visualization system for a preliminary process in nuclear fusion.

Life Sciences - Health - 17.07.2024
Single-cell technologies mark the dawn of a new era
Single-cell technologies mark the dawn of a new era
Single-cell technologies for the analysis of genomic data enable scientists to better study tissue mechanisms and heterogeneity at the scale of a cell. They also generate masses of wide-ranging data that takes cell biology into a new era. At the Institut Curie, a tumour specimen circulates from floor to floor.

Microtechnics - Innovation - 17.07.2024
Industry 5.0: TU Ilmenau achieves breakthroughs in intelligent production of the future
Industry 5.0: TU Ilmenau achieves breakthroughs in intelligent production of the future
The Technische Universität Ilmenau has just successfully completed the "Engineering for Smart Manufacturing (E4SM)" research project.

Paleontology - 17.07.2024
Results of initiatives on fossil industry cooperation
TU Delft is committed to supporting the energy transition and seeks to collaborate with partners who endorse this mission.

Health - Life Sciences - 17.07.2024
Six TU/e researchers receive Veni grants
Six TU/e researchers receive Veni grants

Sport - 17.07.2024
RoboCup 2024, the World Cup for robots, starts today in Eindhoven
RoboCup 2024, the World Cup for robots, starts today in Eindhoven

Environment - 17.07.2024
Vancouver faces barriers to green infrastructure implementation - SFU study
Vancouver struggles to implement green infrastructure at the rate of other major cities, according to a new Simon Fraser University study.

Health - Social Sciences - 17.07.2024
$750,000 for UdeM's Clinique Mauve
$750,000 for UdeM’s Clinique Mauve
Open since 2020, the clinic will be able to continue serving migrant and racialized LGBTQIA+ communities thanks to the new funding from Canada's health ministry.

Earth Sciences - 17.07.2024
Seismic activity in metro Vancouver mapped out for risk analysis, urban planning
Seismic activity in metro Vancouver mapped out for risk analysis, urban planning
Sheri Molnar and her team have collected earthquake relevant data at more than 2,300 locations across Canada's third-largest city centre While earthquake prediction is next to impossible, it is possib

Campus - Event - 17.07.2024
Semester abroad, Dubai EXPO and Worthy Farm made studying a 'special and rewarding experience'
Semester abroad, Dubai EXPO and Worthy Farm made studying a ’special and rewarding experience’

Environment - Economics - 17.07.2024
Meet the ANU graduate scooping out climate-friendly sweet treats
Meet the ANU graduate scooping out climate-friendly sweet treats

Politics - 17.07.2024
Democracy Sausage: Matters of political survival
Democracy Sausage: Matters of political survival

Campus - Economics - 17.07.2024
Parex Fellows work to translate research into societal impact
Parex Fellows work to translate research into societal impact

Environment - 17.07.2024
Sustainable lightweight construction: TU Ilmenau offers pioneering Master’s degree program in mechanical engineering

Mechanical Engineering - 17.07.2024
Team Bath Racing Electric launches 2024 racing car
Team Bath Racing Electric launches 2024 racing car

History / Archeology - Agronomy / Food Science - 17.07.2024
Material Cultures: Food for Thought at Tabley House - Making a 17th Century Biscuit Pudding

Administration - Politics - 17.07.2024
OSR publishes findings and requirements for ONS to enhance their Admin-Based Population Estimates (ABPEs)
Today , the Office for Statistics Regulation (OSR) has published initial findings on the new methods that the Office for National Statistics (ONS) are developing to produce population estimates for Engand and Wales, using administrative data sources.

Computer Science - Economics - 17.07.2024
CyLab Brings Cybersecurity to High School Educators

Innovation - Computer Science - 17.07.2024
CMU Launches New Initiative for Human-Centered AI
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