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Literature / Linguistics - 21.01.2019
Major new biography of Victor Hugo, the man behind Les MisÚrables
Major new biography of Victor Hugo, the man behind Les MisÚrables
The first major biography in English for over 20 years, detailing the life and work of the iconic 19th-century French writer, Victor Hugo, will be published in February.

Agronomy / Food Science - Innovation / Technology - 21.01.2019

Administration - Business / Economics - 21.01.2019

Academic Rankings - 21.01.2019

Psychology - 21.01.2019
To look at a dog’s emotional attachment to toys
Does your dog have an attachment to toys' If so, researchers from the University of Bristol Vet School and School of Psychological Science want to hear from dog owners for a new study on pets' attachment to toys.

Environment - Innovation / Technology - 21.01.2019
State-of-the-Art Climate Model funded by the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation shows how we can solve the Global Climate Crisis
State-of-the-Art Climate Model funded by the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation shows how we can solve the Global Climate Crisis
A two-year scientific collaboration with the University of Technology Sydney, German Aerospace Center and University of Melbourne produced unique regional pathways to stay below a 1.5░C temperature rise by transitioning to 100 per cent renewable energy and implementing natural climate solutions.

Health - 21.01.2019
Women urged to put mental health on pre-conception checklist
Women who are depressed before conception are more likely to have children with poor psychosocial outcomes, University of Queensland researchers have found. UQ School of Public Health researcher Dr Katrina Moss said preconception depression was the first link in a chain of risk. “Women who are depressed before conception are more likely to have depression after birth, which can have a negative influence on parenting,” Dr Moss said.

Health - Careers / Employment - 20.01.2019

- 18.01.2019
AI, the law, and our future
AI, the law, and our future
MIT "Policy Congress" examines the complex terrain of artificial intelligence regulation. Scientists and policymakers converged at MIT on Tuesday to discuss one of the hardest problems in artificial intelligence: How to govern it.

- 18.01.2019
Why middle-class black women dread the doctor's office
Why middle-class black women dread the doctor’s office
The anxiety of being black, female and at the mercy of the U.S. healthcare system first hit Tina Sacks when her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer.

- 18.01.2019
Robert Alter sets a new literary tone with his translation of the Hebrew Bible
Robert Alter sets a new literary tone with his translation of the Hebrew Bible
There aren't many stories surrounding the Bible that begin with Czech novelist of the fantastic Franz Kafka, but Robert Alter's does.

Health - 18.01.2019
Trading wild specimens and creating new lasers: News from the College
Trading wild specimens and creating new lasers: News from the College
Here's a batch of fresh news and announcements from across Imperial. From Imperial supporting the responsible trade of wild animal and plant specimens, to researchers fabricating a new kind of laser, here is some quick-read news from across the College.

Careers / Employment - 18.01.2019
Deep CMU Roots Led CREATE Lab Staffer to EarthTime
As a Lego-loving child, Paul Dille had visions of being an architect. But the native of Pittsburgh's North Hills suburbs was always destined for the CREATE Lab at Carnegie Mellon University.

Social Sciences - 18.01.2019
Opportunity To Create Social Good Drives Sargent
Randy Sargent doesn't just write code for fun, or to impress his peers. He does it to make the world a better place.

Event - 18.01.2019
O’Donnell Helps Empower Communities Around the World
You don't have to dig deep to figure out why Gabriel O'Donnell is committed to making the world a better place.

Innovation / Technology - 18.01.2019
CREATE Lab Director Visualizes, Inspires Global Impact
Poverty and prejudice shaped robotics professor Illah Nourbakhsh long before he came to Carnegie Mellon University.

Computer Science / Telecom - Event - 18.01.2019
Shattering Stereotypes in Davos
CMU's Justine Cassell will teach world leaders about biases and diversity In the beginning stages of her esteemed academic career, Justine Cassell was a faculty member at MIT.

Event - 18.01.2019
Carnegie Mellon Technology Becomes Annual Tradition in Davos
EarthTime allows world leaders to tell stories in unprecedented ways Illah Nourbakhsh remembers the first time he spoke in Davos, Switzerland, at the World Economic Forum.

Event - Computer Science / Telecom - 18.01.2019

Health - Social Sciences - 18.01.2019
From Ebola and Zika to city violence and party drugs - experts say police, security forces and the health sector must pull together
From Ebola and Zika to city violence and party drugs - experts say police, security forces and the health sector must pull together
Experts have put global decision makers on notice that the world cannot afford the human and financial cost of continued disengagement between police, armed forces and the health sector.

Earth Sciences - Careers / Employment - 17.01.2019
Quakes a reminder of the reach of partial government shutdown
Quakes a reminder of the reach of partial government shutdown
If the partial shutdown of the U.S. government, doesn't have you quaking, maybe it should.

Agronomy / Food Science - Health - 17.01.2019
Stanford historian traces military’s influence on modern American nutrition
During the 20th century, the U.S. government funded research on nutrition and human physiology to address a perceived "masculinity crisis" in wartime America.

Physics - 17.01.2019
Join the #AuroraHunters
Join the #AuroraHunters
ESA > Our Activities > Operations > Space Situational Awareness It's difficult to comprehend the size and sheer power of our Sun, a churning ball of hot gas 4.6 billion years old and 1&pe

Astronomy / Space Science - 17.01.2019
ExoMars software passes ESA Mars Yard driving test
ExoMars software passes ESA Mars Yard driving test
Navigation software destined for the ExoMars 2020 mission to the Red Planet has passed a rover-based driving test at ESA's 'Mars Yard'.

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 17.01.2019

Environment - 17.01.2019
Researchers supporting world's largest air quality monitoring network in London
Researchers supporting world’s largest air quality monitoring network in London
Cambridgeáresearchers are using their expertise in air quality sensors to support the new Breathe London project launched by Mayor Sadiq Khan earlier this week.

Computer Science / Telecom - Innovation / Technology - 17.01.2019
Processing Community Day: A Q&A with digital artist Lauren McCarthy
Processing Community Day: A Q&A with digital artist Lauren McCarthy
Arts + Culture Event promotes software literacy within the visual arts, and visual literacy within technology-related fields, while increasing accessibility for all Louise Cale Forster The UCLA Broad

Environment - Life Sciences - 17.01.2019
With fire, warming and drought, Yellowstone forests could be grassland by mid-century
For a study looking at the ability of trees in Yellowstone National Park to recover from fire under climate conditions that are warmer and drier than they have been historically, researcher Winslow Hansen planted tree seeds in soils from areas of the park like this one, which recently burned. Courtesy of Monica Turner Lab The fires in Yellowstone National Park began to burn in June 1988.

- 17.01.2019
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