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Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 12:34
Support frontline workers to engage parents struggling with safer sleeping advice
The Government needs to develop new tools to help prevent the sudden unexpected death of infants (SUDI), says a new review by the Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel which included University of Bristol researchers. The independent panel of experts reviews serious child safeguarding incidents, when children have died or suffered serious harm, to learn how to improve the safeguarding system.

Chemistry - Physics - 11:31

Environment - Law - 11:05
Landmark case could give 'Rights of Nature' to endangered forests
Landmark case could give ’Rights of Nature’ to endangered forests
In a landmark court case, Ecuador could soon become the first nation to use the ‘Rights of Nature' in relation to protected forests.

Economics / Business - Innovation - 10:04
Two new initiatives to boost economic value from university research
Two new initiatives to boost economic value from university research
Research England has awarded two grants, totalling £1.5 million, to support programmes working to increase the economic value and social impacts from university research, both in the UK and internationally.

Research Management - Computer Science - 09:35
Galaxy evolution research among most cited of past decade
Galaxy evolution research among most cited of past decade
A supercomputer simulation carried out in Durham that realistically calculates the formation of galaxies from the Big Bang to the present day is one of cosmology's most popular research papers of the past decade.

Environment - 09:31
Heat stress: the climate is putting European forests under sustained pressure
Heat stress: the climate is putting European forests under sustained pressure
No year since weather records began was as hot and dry as 2018. A first comprehensive analysis of the consequences of this drought and heat event shows that central European forests sustained long-term damage.

Environment - Transport - 09:30

History / Archeology - Criminology / Forensics - 09:05
Why Confederate monuments are coming down now
Why Confederate monuments are coming down now
As Confederate monuments and memorials are toppled across the United States, Stanford historian James T. Campbell says it is important to think historically not only about the past but also about our own time and what future generations might say about us.

Health - Mathematics - 09:05
Mathematicians warn of risk of complacency over herd immunity levels needed to halt Covid-19 pandemic
Mathematicians warn of risk of complacency over herd immunity levels needed to halt Covid-19 pandemic
Optimistic predictions that ‘herd immunity' could be reached with fewer than 40 percent of the population infected or vaccinated should not be relied upon With no vaccine and the disease still

Health - Life Sciences - 09:04

Art and Design - 15.07.2020

Physics - Materials Science - 15.07.2020
Superconducting Twisted Bilayer Graphene-Magic not Needed?
At a Glance Leadership President Provost Board of Trustees Legacy History & Milestones Historic Awards & Honors Caltech Archives Interactive History Map News Publications This is Caltech Calt

Social Sciences - 15.07.2020
Increased child benefit may help families escape lockdown inequality
Policy makers should increase child benefit and consider difficulties faced by families on low incomes in order to avoid the COVID-19 pandemic heightening existing inequalities and creating new ones, according to a new study. COVID-19 has caused additional, often extreme, hardship in families' lives with policy responses often not focused on the needs of families with dependent children.

Health - Social Sciences - 15.07.2020

Health - Pharmacology - 15.07.2020
Drones to Deliver Tuberculosis Drugs in Madagascar
Drones to Deliver Tuberculosis Drugs in Madagascar
The use of drones in global health settings has rapidly evolved in the past years. As drone technology continues to expand beyond the military and recreational sectors, it is foreseen that it will have a significant role to play in healthcare delivery.

Health - Research Management - 15.07.2020

Environment - Administration - 15.07.2020
Protecting water
Protecting water
Federal regulators have moved to delay assessment and action on chemicals that could contaminate drinking water.

Health - 15.07.2020
Analysis: England’s R number is creeping up - does that mean a second wave is on the way?
Dr Jasmina Panovska-Griffiths (UCL Epidemiology & Health) discusses the R number, the possibility of a second wave and whether Covid-19 has superspreading potential.

Pharmacology - Psychology - 15.07.2020
You can see it in their eyes: Traumatic experiences leave mark on pupils
The pupils of people with post-traumatic stress disorder respond differently to those without the condition when they look at emotional images, a new study has found. The study looked for traces of traumatic events in the eyes of patients with PTSD, which can occur following a distressing event and causes greater sensitivity, or hyperarousal, to everyday events and an inability to switch off and relax.

Computer Science - 15.07.2020
Smile, You’re on Camaroptera
CMU's Brandon Lucia created a batteryless remote image sensor - and taught it time management Imagine a small, inexpensive device that could look at a parking lot to see which spaces are filled and which are not.

Transport - Environment - 15.07.2020
Taxis Drive Smart City Creation
As the world has advanced technologically, the word "smart" has been applied to everything from smartphones to smart homes.

Life Sciences - Health - 15.07.2020
Yongjie Jessica Zhang Receives NSF Funding for Brain Research
Yongjie Jessica Zhang , the George Tallman Ladd and Florence Barrett Ladd Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, is a co-principle investigator of a proj

Law - Social Sciences - 15.07.2020

Computer Science - 15.07.2020
Space station motors make a robotic prosthetic leg more comfortable, extend battery life
Space station motors make a robotic prosthetic leg more comfortable, extend battery life
Share on: Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn A new robotic prosthetic leg prototype offers a more natural gait while also being quieter and more energy efficient than other designs.

Administration - 15.07.2020
Why better guidance on school PE is needed
Since lockdown began in England, children have become increasing sedentary with one in fourteen children reported to be doing no daily exercise.

Health - Pharmacology - 15.07.2020
UofG to play key role in new study into COVID-19 long-term health impacts
A major UK research study into the long-term health impacts of COVID-19 on hospitalised patients has been launched. The PHOSP-COVID study has been awarded £8.4million jointly by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). This study is one of a number of COVID-19 studies that have been given urgent public health research status by the Department of Health and Social Care.

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 15.07.2020
"Alexa, go to the kitchen and fetch me a snack"
New model aims to give robots human-like perception of their physical environments. Wouldn't we all appreciate a little help around the house, especially if that help came in the form of a smart, adaptable, uncomplaining robot? Sure, there are the one-trick Roombas of the appliance world.

Health - Administration - 15.07.2020
About 5000 heart attack sufferers in England missed out on hospital treatment due to the pandemic
The number of admissions to hospital with heart attacks fell by 35% by the end of March.

Environment - 15.07.2020
Revealing the atmospheric impact of planetary collisions
Giant impacts have a wide range of consequences for young planets and their atmospheres, according to research led by our scientists.

Health - Philosophy - 15.07.2020
Ethical recommendations for triage of COVID-19 patients
Ethical recommendations for triage of COVID-19 patients
An international expert group led by Mathias Wirth, Professor of Systematic Theology and Ethics at the University of Bern, has developed recommendations for avoiding triage of COVID-19 patients in extreme situations.

Chemistry - Electroengineering - 15.07.2020

Innovation - 14.07.2020
Op-ed: International scholars are vital to American innovation and competitiveness
Writing in The New York Times, President Reif says recently rescinded ICE policy reflected "a stark misreading of our national interest.

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 14.07.2020
Methane emissions climb
Methane emissions climb
The pandemic has tugged carbon emissions down, temporarily. But levels of the powerful heat-trapping gas methane continue to climb, dragging the world further away from a path that skirts the worst effects of global warming.
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