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Social Sciences - 27.02.2024 - Today
Vox gives more importance than the PP to cultural policy with a platform that attacks minorities, according to a research
Vox gives more importance than the PP to cultural policy with a platform that attacks minorities, according to a research
A study by Joaquim Rius and Juan Pecourt, researchers from the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology of the University of Valencia, and Juan Arturo Rubio (Antonio de Nebrija University) com

Health - Innovation - 27.02.2024 - Today
Finding and blocking infection routes in hospitals
Finding and blocking infection routes in hospitals
During the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals often became hubs of infection. Researchers from ETH Zurich, EPFL and the ISI Foundation are developing a wearable tracking system for healthcare facilities that can identify the risks of infections. Initial tests in Switzerland and Africa show its potential. Hospital-acquired infections are an immense problem.

Materials Science - Chemistry - 27.02.2024 - Today
Packaged in beer
Packaged in beer
Researchers have extracted nanocellulose from a waste product of beer brewing and processed it into an aerogel.

Pedagogy - 27.02.2024 - Today
Outstanding UQ teachers receive national recognition

Health - Pharmacology - 27.02.2024 - Today
Parasite insights: the award-winning scientist teaching the world about deadly diseases
Parasite insights: the award-winning scientist teaching the world about deadly diseases

Pedagogy - Life Sciences - 27.02.2024 - Today
ANU parasite expert named science teacher of the year

Life Sciences - Music - 27.02.2024 - Today
’It’s like winning Eurovision’: an ANU graduate’s journey from kangaroo whisperer to global dance sensation

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 27.02.2024
New AI model could streamline operations in a robotic warehouse
By breaking an intractable problem into smaller chunks, a deep-learning technique identifies the optimal areas for thinning out traffic in a warehouse.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 26.02.2024
Truth and reconciliation starts with listening

Life Sciences - Health - 26.02.2024
New probe developed for simple, non-invasive detection of ageing rate
New probe developed for simple, non-invasive detection of ageing rate
A research team from the Universitat de València, the Universitat Politècnica de València, the CIBER areas of Bioengineering, Biomaterials and Nanomedicine (CIBER-BBN), and Neurodegenerative Diseases (CIBERNED) and the Research Centre -Príncipe Felipe- (CIPF) has developed a new probe to detect senescent cells in urine, which would help to monitor and better understand ageing-related processes and establish new strategies to reverse the degenerative processes associated with ageing.

Health - Psychology - 26.02.2024
Winter blues: battling low morale
Winter blues: battling low morale

Health - 26.02.2024
NHS trial of sponge-on-a-string test replaces need for endoscopy for thousands of patients
NHS trial of sponge-on-a-string test replaces need for endoscopy for thousands of patients
A new test to help diagnose a condition that can lead to oesophageal cancer - developed by Cambridge researchers and trialled by the NHS - has reduced the need for invasive endoscopy in thousands of low-risk patients.

Health - Pharmacology - 26.02.2024
MedUni Vienna's Transplantation Research Platform awards 'Start-up Grants'
MedUni Vienna’s Transplantation Research Platform awards ’Start-up Grants’

Chemistry - Materials Science - 26.02.2024
New Consortium Aims to Develop More Sustainable Sodium-based Batteries
New Consortium Aims to Develop More Sustainable Sodium-based Batteries

Health - Social Sciences - 26.02.2024
How children learn to deal with their rare disease
How children learn to deal with their rare disease

Linguistics / Literature - Art and Design - 26.02.2024
'Poet of resonance': First major Hofmannsthal biography published
’Poet of resonance’: First major Hofmannsthal biography published
The first comprehensive biography of Austrian writer Hugo von Hofmannsthal has been published to coincide with the 150th anniversary of his birth.

Economics - Campus - 26.02.2024
Inaugural Lecture by Tine Buyl: Behavior of CEOs and strategic leaders of great influence on organizational resilience

Architecture - Environment - 26.02.2024
Urban planning: Expanding the frontier for city schools
Urban planner and researcher Juan Torres shares his passion for visionary school design and more inclusive, sustainable communities.

Health - Pharmacology - 26.02.2024
Expert insight: Why are syphilis cases on the rise in Canada?
Expert insight: Why are syphilis cases on the rise in Canada?
Canada has been experiencing an increasing number of syphilis diagnoses since 2016 . Numerous provinces have declared outbreaks in recent years, with the highest rates observed in the Northwest Territories, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

Health - Campus - 26.02.2024
Results for: A slam dunk for knowledge translation at UCalgary
Results for: A slam dunk for knowledge translation at UCalgary
There are over 500 postdoctoral scholars at UCalgary bringing their expertise and ingenuity to advance research to improve the world.

Campus - Social Sciences - 26.02.2024
University of Queensland renews VC's contract
University of Queensland renews VC’s contract

Campus - 26.02.2024
ANU responds to Universities Accord Final Report

Astronomy / Space - 26.02.2024
NASA's Planetary Radar Images Slowly Spinning Asteroid
NASA’s Planetary Radar Images Slowly Spinning Asteroid
The day before asteroid 2008 OS7 made its close approach with Earth on Feb. 2, this series of images was captured by the powerful 230-foot (70-meter) Goldstone Solar System Radar antenna near Barstow, California. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech" During the close approach of 2008 OS7 with Earth on Feb. 2, the agency's Deep Space Network planetary radar gathered the first detailed images of the stadium-size asteroid.

Computer Science - Campus - 26.02.2024
Putting AI into the hands of people with problems to solve
Putting AI into the hands of people with problems to solve

Campus - 26.02.2024
U-M Latinx Research Week to showcase Latino-led research, power of family in academia

Life Sciences - Health - 26.02.2024
Human stem cells coaxed to mimic the very early central nervous system
The first organized stem cell culture model that resembles all three sections of the embryonic brain and spinal cord could shed light on developmental brain diseases Study: A patterned human neural tube model using microfluidic gradients (DOI: 10.1038/s41586'024 -07204-7) The first stem cell culture method that produces a full model of the early stages of the human central nervous system has been developed by a team of engineers and biologists at the University of Michigan, the Weizmann Institute of Science, and the University of Pennsylvania.

Environment - 26.02.2024
What private investors think about investor protection
What private investors think about investor protection
In 2022, the federal government introduced a mandatory risk assessment for investment advice. Most private investors consider this to be sensible.

Health - Pharmacology - 25.02.2024
Florian Krammer takes over professorship for infection medicine at MedUni Vienna
Florian Krammer takes over professorship for infection medicine at MedUni Vienna
Florian Krammer will take up the Professorship of Infection Medicine. His work will alternate between the two institutions.

Pharmacology - 23.02.2024
MedUni Vienna project receives FFG spin-off fellowship

Chemistry - Life Sciences - 23.02.2024
Migraine research and beating human hearts: News from Imperial
Migraine research and beating human hearts: News from Imperial
Here's a batch of fresh news and announcements from across Imperial. From research to explain what causes a migrane, to funding that will allow researchers to deliver unprecedented imaging of the beating human heart, here is some quick-read news from across Imperial.

Politics - Campus - 23.02.2024
Flourishing through diplomacy and creativity

Health - Veterinary - 23.02.2024
Study from the RVC indicates that feeding commercial feedstuff aids healing and prevention of recurrence of equine squamous gastric disease
A new study by the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) has revealed early indications that feeding a particular commercial feedstuff to horses suffering from Equine Squamous Gastric Disease (ESGD) aids the prevention of disease recurrence.

Health - Innovation - 23.02.2024
The University of Valencia participates in a project for the early detection of preeclampsia
The University of Valencia participates in a project for the early detection of preeclampsia

Environment - Campus - 23.02.2024
»A Routine Matter, Not a Constant Issue«

Campus - 23.02.2024
Draw your PhD as a comic: Communicating scientific research through the universal language of art
Draw your PhD as a comic: Communicating scientific research through the universal language of art

Health - Life Sciences - 23.02.2024
Ishan Kalburge awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarship
Ishan Kalburge awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Health - Psychology - 23.02.2024
Nearly 10 million households in crisis due to health inequity from cold homes

Health - Environment - 23.02.2024
Researchers making significant contributions in European projects
Researchers making significant contributions in European projects
Researchers continue to make major contributions to some of Europe's biggest research projects through Horizon Europe.

Psychology - 23.02.2024
Increasing equality of opportunity for applicants by structuring and objectifying the selection process
Structuring the selection methods for job applications promotes equality of opportunity.

History / Archeology - 23.02.2024
Encyclopaedia on National Socialist Genocide of Sinti and Roma in Europe

Computer Science - Environment - 23.02.2024
Ambitious goals for Dawn - the UK’s fastest AI supercomputer
How the UK's fastest AI supercomputer is supporting goals in clean energy, personalised medicine and climate.

Politics - Media - 23.02.2024
Did Prabowo Subianto's TikTok makeover impact the Indonesian election results?
Did Prabowo Subianto’s TikTok makeover impact the Indonesian election results?

Campus - Social Sciences - 23.02.2024
Seeding the future with strong roots: ANU celebrates 10 years of Tuckwell Scholars
Seeding the future with strong roots: ANU celebrates 10 years of Tuckwell Scholars

Music - Art and Design - 23.02.2024
Modern day Madonna? How Taylor Swift's music takes inspiration from the 80s
Modern day Madonna? How Taylor Swift’s music takes inspiration from the 80s

Health - Chemistry - 23.02.2024
Results for: Vet med researcher takes transcontinental trip and transdisciplinary approach to tissue reuse
Results for: Vet med researcher takes transcontinental trip and transdisciplinary approach to tissue reuse
While working as a family physician in private practice and doing her PhD in cryoendocrinology at the prestigious V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University in Ukraine, Dr. Polina Kvasova's plans to complete her PhD were derailed with the Russian invasion in early 2022.

Environment - Innovation - 23.02.2024
EPFL professor named to United Nations SDG group
EPFL professor named to United Nations SDG group

Event - 23.02.2024
Annual contest gets students noodling around
Annual contest gets students noodling around

Art and Design - Career - 23.02.2024
Faces of MIT: Lydia Brosnahan

Health - Life Sciences - 23.02.2024
2023-25 MIT Postdoctoral Fellowship Program for Engineering Excellence cohort announced
Thirteen postdocs join program that emphasizes community and prioritizes professional development. The School of Engineering welcomed 13 fellows to the MIT Postdoctoral Fellowship Program for Engineering Excellence for the 2023-25 academic year.

Campus - Event - 23.02.2024
A new shepherd’s staff to lead ’the flock’ during MIT Commencement
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