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Campus - Health - 17.06.2024
Over $22M in funding awarded to 131 UCalgary faculty members as part of federal investment

Innovation - Economics - 14.06.2024
Imperial students' crop preservation startup wins 2024 Ideas to Impact Challenge
Imperial students’ crop preservation startup wins 2024 Ideas to Impact Challenge

Innovation - Pedagogy - 14.06.2024
Are universities ready for generative AI?
Are universities ready for generative AI?

Sport - Computer Science - 14.06.2024
'Soccer is still a chaotic game'
’Soccer is still a chaotic game’

Environment - Research Management - 14.06.2024
Good Results in THE Impact Rankings for Sustainability
Good Results in THE Impact Rankings for Sustainability

Social Sciences - 14.06.2024
Study trip Berlin 2024

Event - 14.06.2024
Update uccupation Ufo building: judgment of the Court of Appeal
Update uccupation Ufo building: judgment of the Court of Appeal

Psychology - Social Sciences - 14.06.2024
Strengthening diversity in working life: G-VERSITY presents its results

Campus - 14.06.2024
'It is quite clear that our commitment is gradually bearing fruit'
’It is quite clear that our commitment is gradually bearing fruit’

Health - Campus - 14.06.2024
A new era of public health
A new era of public health

Innovation - Event - 14.06.2024
Shaping the future during the TU/e Research Day 2024
Shaping the future during the TU/e Research Day 2024

Innovation - Social Sciences - 14.06.2024
Western prof Luke Stark appointed CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar
Western prof Luke Stark appointed CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar

Astronomy / Space - Environment - 14.06.2024
Reaching for the Moon for the sake of humanity
Reaching for the Moon for the sake of humanity
The "Sanctuary on the Moon" project, launched nearly ten years ago, aims to send a collection of discs containing a vast body of knowledge and material evidence of human civilisation to the Moon.

Health - 14.06.2024
Researchers awarded MRFF funding

Health - 14.06.2024
New diagnosis needed for problem gaming
University of Queensland researchers are suggesting a new diagnosis should be added to the official world diseases list to better identify those with gaming disorders.

Health - Psychology - 14.06.2024
Why Gen Z are obsessed with looking young
Why Gen Z are obsessed with looking young

Innovation - Career - 14.06.2024
Times Square billboard features Calgary startup, UCalgary professor
Not everyone gets to see their face on a digital billboard in New York City's Times Square, but that's exactly what happened to Dr. Faramarz Samavati, PhD, earlier this spring.

Health - Pharmacology - 14.06.2024
Liquid low-calorie or low-carb keto diet can reverse type 2 diabetes
Liquid low-calorie or low-carb keto diet can reverse type 2 diabetes, research shows EXPERT Q&A Laura Saslow , associate professor at the University of Michigan School of Nursing, has been researching the impact of different dietary patterns on type 2 diabetes for more than a decade.

Social Sciences - Innovation - 14.06.2024
A creation story told through immersive technology

Law - Religions - 14.06.2024
2024 Pride Keynote Lecture Explores the Power of Intersectionality

Health - Pharmacology - 13.06.2024
When do Quebec doctors recommend exercise?
When do Quebec doctors recommend exercise?
Between 2010 and 2020, Quebec doctors became more likely to recommend physical activity for certain diseases but less likely to prescribe it for primary prevention or for obese patients.

Research Management - Environment - 13.06.2024
THE Impact Rankings: University of Freiburg places among the Top 100 in four SDGs

Life Sciences - 13.06.2024
The science of procrastination
The science of procrastination
Procrastination, the deliberate but detrimental deferring of tasks, has many forms. Sahiti Chebolu of the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics uses a precise mathematical framework to understand its different patterns and their underlying reasons.

Social Sciences - Criminology / Forensics - 13.06.2024
Analysis: A border security expert explains why 'smashing the gangs' is so difficult
Analysis: A border security expert explains why ’smashing the gangs’ is so difficult

Sport - 13.06.2024
Forecasting UEFA Euro 2024 with machine learning ensemble
As excitement builds up for the UEFA Euro 2024, data scientists predict highest winning chances for France, using refined machine learning.

Environment - 13.06.2024
'Young Researcher Days' at TU Ilmenau: Young adults discover their passion for science and technology
’Young Researcher Days’ at TU Ilmenau: Young adults discover their passion for science and technology
"Young Researcher Days" at TU Ilmenau: For a whole month, young adults from the 10th grade onwards have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of science and technology.

Social Sciences - 13.06.2024
Visitors from Potsdam and St. Pölten

Psychology - 13.06.2024
Social media bans don’t address youth mental health problems, say experts
Closeup of teenage girl holding smartphone outdoors while sitting on metal stairs with group of friends in background, copy space As politicians in the US, France and other countries begin introducing legislation banning the free use of social media by young people, new research has found that these bans do not address youth mental health problems - and could actually cause more harm than good.

Pedagogy - 13.06.2024
Investing in and enhancing childcare at ANU

Research Management - 13.06.2024
'The most important foundation of our work is trust'
’The most important foundation of our work is trust’

Environment - 13.06.2024
Weed Control: Moving Away From Glyphosate
Weed Control: Moving Away From Glyphosate
RWTH has been exploring alternatives to the use of herbicides on railroad tracks - first results were now presented in a live demonstration. On behalf of the German Center for Rail Transport Research (DZFS) at the German Federal Railway Authority, the Institute for Rail Vehicles and Transport Systems (IfS) and the Institute of Plant Physiology (iPP) at RWTH have been researching alternatives to the use of plant toxins such as glyphosate on railway tracks.

Innovation - 13.06.2024
First 3D printed multi-story houses ready by 2025
First 3D printed multi-story houses ready by 2025

Health - Campus - 13.06.2024
’Doom spiral’ a risk for public transit in post-pandemic era
A new study from McGill University warns that cutting public transit service could lead to a "doom spiral" resulting in a collapse of the system.

Computer Science - Campus - 13.06.2024
New Shared Master's Programme in Data Science at TU Graz and the University of Graz
New Shared Master’s Programme in Data Science at TU Graz and the University of Graz

Pharmacology - Health - 13.06.2024
A simple change to save thousands of patients with sepsis
Changing the way antibiotics are given to adult patients with sepsis will save thousands of lives a year globally, according to research by The University of Queensland and The George Institute for Global Health.

Innovation - Microtechnics - 13.06.2024
Apocalypse tomorrow: how AI is changing war
Apocalypse tomorrow: how AI is changing war
As artificial intelligence changes our battlefields how can we maintain restraint and humanity in our military campaigns.

Politics - Pedagogy - 13.06.2024
Disagreeing Well in Public Life: How can conflicting opinions coexist peacefully in politics?
Disagreeing Well in Public Life: How can conflicting opinions coexist peacefully in politics?

Health - Veterinary - 13.06.2024
Different endothelial cell responses between humans and horses
New research from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) has revealed a fundamental difference between how the cells which line blood vessels (endothelial cells), react in horses compared to humans. Regulating the factors that influence endothelial cell function is sometimes used to treat diseases such as cancer in humans, so the findings pave the way for further research in both horses and humans.

Psychology - Life Sciences - 13.06.2024
Visionary cognitive neuroscientist Susan Courtney dies at 57
Visionary cognitive neuroscientist Susan Courtney dies at 57
Courtney's research focused on understanding the neural basis of higher cognitive function, and she was especially interested in how brain structure was affected by aging or disease World-renowned sc

Astronomy / Space - 13.06.2024
Voyager 1 Returning Science Data From All Four Instruments
Voyager 1 Returning Science Data From All Four Instruments

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 13.06.2024
NASA's Webb Reveals Long-Studied Star Is Actually Twins
NASA’s Webb Reveals Long-Studied Star Is Actually Twins
Managed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory through launch, Webb's Mid-Infrared Instrument also revealed jets of gas flowing into space from the twin stars. Scientists recently got a big surprise from NASA's James Webb Space Telescope when they turned the observatory toward a group of young stars called WL 20.

Astronomy / Space - Earth Sciences - 13.06.2024
NASA's Perseverance Fords an Ancient River to Reach Science Target
NASA’s Perseverance Fords an Ancient River to Reach Science Target
Originally thought of as little more than a route clear of rover-slowing boulders, Neretva Vallis has provided a bounty of geologic options for the science team.

Campus - 13.06.2024
Featured video: Researchers discuss queer visibility in academia

Campus - 13.06.2024
Former Chicago mayor to return to U-M as visiting professor, joining past NYC leader in residence

Media - Event - 13.06.2024
Livingston Awards for Young Journalists announce 2024 winners

Environment - Earth Sciences - 13.06.2024
NOAA forecasts above-average summer ’dead zone’ in Gulf of Mexico
A team of scientists, including a University of Michigan aquatic ecologist, is forecasting an above-average summer "dead zone- in the Gulf of Mexico covering about 5,827 square miles-an area roughly the size of Connecticut.

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 13.06.2024
Q&A: Finding varieties of corn that are adapted to future climates
Corn is one of the planet's most important crops. It not only provides sweet kernels to flavor many dishes, but it's also used in oils, as a sweetener syrup, and as a feed crop for livestock. Corn has been bred to maximize its yield on farms around the world. But what will happen under climate change? Research led by the University of Washington combined climate projections with plant models to determine what combination of traits might be best adapted to future climates.

Astronomy / Space - Earth Sciences - 13.06.2024
Watery planets orbiting dead stars may be good candidates for studying life - if they can survive long enough
The small footprint and dim light of white dwarfs, remnants of stars that have burned through their fuel, may make excellent backdrops for studying planets with enough water to harbor life.

Environment - Campus - 13.06.2024
A student’s journey cast in gold and silver

Environment - Innovation - 12.06.2024
'A grand festival of sustainability'
’A grand festival of sustainability’
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