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Computer Science - Innovation - 05.05.2021
From the Foot Perspective: TU Graz Develops Algorithm for Shoe-Based Blind Assistance System
From the Foot Perspective: TU Graz Develops Algorithm for Shoe-Based Blind Assistance System
The shoe from the company Tec-Innovation warns blind and visually impaired people of obstacles thanks to ultrasonic sensors.

Health - Social Sciences - 05.05.2021

Campus - Psychology - 05.05.2021
New tool helps define student-teacher relationships
New tool helps define student-teacher relationships
In universities, relationships between students and teachers play a key role in creating a conducive learning experience.

Innovation - 05.05.2021

Life Sciences - Campus - 05.05.2021

Social Sciences - Event - 05.05.2021

Astronomy / Space Science - 05.05.2021

Music - History / Archeology - 05.05.2021
New online resource uncovers the hidden history of Scottish fiddle music
New online resource uncovers the hidden history of Scottish fiddle music
A new online resource dedicated to the earliest known sources of Scottish fiddle music is being launched today.

Pharmacology - Health - 05.05.2021
To radically improve the delivery of chemotherapy treatment
To radically improve the delivery of chemotherapy treatment
New scheduling model improves patient waiting times by 80% and cuts nurse overtime by more than 30% Last updated on Thursday 6 May 2021 A new study from the University of Bath School of Management, T

Transport - 05.05.2021
From Twitter to Traffic Predictor
Carnegie Mellon University May 05, 2021 Sean Qian and Weiran Yao have used information extracted from tweets to provide unparalleled accuracy for predicting morning traffic patterns. Qian, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering , and Yao, Qian's Ph.D. candidate, published their results in Transportation Research.

Campus - Social Sciences - 05.05.2021

Campus - Astronomy / Space Science - 05.05.2021

Health - Pharmacology - 05.05.2021
COVID-19 vaccine: Understanding herd immunity, vaccine hesitancy
FACULTY Q&A Since the beginning of the pandemic, herd immunity has been portrayed as the holy grail to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic.

Environment - Chemistry - 05.05.2021
Ice core data show why, despite lower sulfur emissions in U.S. and Western Europe, air pollution is dropping more slowly
Ice core data show why, despite lower sulfur emissions in U.S. and Western Europe, air pollution is dropping more slowly
The air in the United States and Western Europe is much cleaner than even a decade ago.

Linguistics / Literature - 04.05.2021
A new Aeneid translation channels Vergil’s ’pure Latin’
Prof. Shadi Bartsch-Zimmer offers 'a radically different reading experience' It was 29 B.C., two years into the reign of the emperor Augustus, when the Roman poet Vergil began writing his great epic, the  Aeneid .

Paleontology - Environment - 04.05.2021
Biogeographical affinity in Cretaceous flora from two islands of the old Tethys Ocean
Biogeographical affinity in Cretaceous flora from two islands of the old Tethys Ocean
A study published in Cretaceous Research expands the paleontological richness of continental fossils of the Lower Cretaceous with the discovery of a new water plant (charophytes), the species Mesochara dobrogeica . The study also identifies a new variety of carophytes from the Clavator genus (in particular, Clavator ampullaceus var.

Health - 04.05.2021
Refining guidance to help new mums in need
Refining guidance to help new mums in need
A good practice guide for caring for new and expectant mothers and the people close to them has been produced by Leeds and other university partners.

Environment - Economics / Business - 04.05.2021
Improving the resilience of Switzerland’s energy supply
The new research project, SUstainable and Resilient Energy for Switzerland (SURE) launches today, Tuesday, 4 May.

Health - Life Sciences - 04.05.2021
Gene Therapy in Alzheimer’s Disease Mouse Model Preserves Learning and Memory
Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine, with colleagues elsewhere, have used gene therapy to prevent learning and memory loss in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease (AD), a key step toward eventually testing the approach in humans with the neurodegenerative disease. The findings are published online in advance of the June 11, 2021 issue of Molecular Therapy-Methods & Clinical Development.

Computer Science - 04.05.2021
New protocol makes Bitcoin transactions more secure and faster than Lightning
New protocol makes Bitcoin transactions more secure and faster than Lightning
A protocol has been developed at TU Wien that makes transactions with cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin faster and more secure.

Health - Social Sciences - 04.05.2021
How to craft the vaccine message for the undecided
More than 140 million Americans have gotten the COVID-19 vaccine. Health care and government leaders hope that tens of millions more will do so.

Transport - Social Sciences - 04.05.2021
Truck noise in Southwest Detroit adds to public health concerns
Truck noise in Southwest Detroit adds to public health concerns
The sounds of a truck racing to the end of the block are soon replaced by the screeching of the brakes bringing the four-axle semi to a stop.

Environment - Innovation - 04.05.2021

Health - 04.05.2021
Opinion: The deep-rooted issues behind the current Covid-19 crisis in India
The current Covid-19 crisis in India is the result of an underfunded healthcare system, lack of safety net for those who need to isolate, an unhealthy population, and overconfidence on the part of the political elite, says Dr Vageesh Jain (UCL Institute for Global Health).

Life Sciences - Campus - 04.05.2021
Herpetologist David Wake, who warned of amphibian declines, is dead at 84
David Wake was an internationally renowned evolutionary biologist who used salamanders to explore deep questions of evolution.

Campus - Social Sciences - 04.05.2021

Campus - Social Sciences - 04.05.2021