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Life Sciences - Health - 11.07.2024
Ghent University spin-off Trince wins Nature Spinoff Prize
Ghent University spin-off Trince wins Nature Spinoff Prize

Pharmacology - Health - 11.07.2024
Opioids: a nudge to reduce consumption
When long-term users of prescription opioids in Canada were mailed a brochure encouraging them to cut their dosages, many of them did - and that's a good thing, researchers say.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 11.07.2024
ONC welcomes new Tang.Gwan - hacxwiqak - Tsigis Marine Protected Area
ONC welcomes new Tang.Gwan - hacxwiqak - Tsigis Marine Protected Area
Ocean Networks Canada, a University of Victoria initiative, welcomes today's announcement of the new marine protected area (MPA) Tang.

Pedagogy - Innovation - 11.07.2024
Where to next with AI in higher education?

Economics - 11.07.2024
Navigating the ins and outs of modern email etiquette
Navigating the ins and outs of modern email etiquette
Is there a right way to write an email? We asked a business communication expert.

Life Sciences - Health - 11.07.2024
Tatts all, folks: Graduate leaves ANU with more than just a PhD
Tatts all, folks: Graduate leaves ANU with more than just a PhD

Health - 11.07.2024
Inflatable cushion designed to help healthcare staff move patients to enter clinical trial
Inflatable cushion designed to help healthcare staff move patients to enter clinical trial
The 'BathMat' inflatable prone repositioning device aims to make care safer for patients with acute respiratory conditions in intensive care An inflatable device created to help doctors and nurses sa

Innovation - Computer Science - 11.07.2024
Researchers Seek to Reduce Harm to Multicultural Users of Voice Assistants
Users of voice assistants such as Siri, Alexa or Google Assistant know the frustration of being misunderstood by a machine.

Health - Life Sciences - 11.07.2024
A stealth fungus has decimated North American bats but scientists may be a step closer to treating white-nose syndrome
A stealth fungus has decimated North American bats but scientists may be a step closer to treating white-nose syndrome
An invasive fungus that colonizes the skin of hibernating bats with deadly consequences is a stealthy invader that uses multiple strategies to slip into the small mammals' skin cells and quietly manipulate them to aid its own survival.

Campus - Social Sciences - 11.07.2024
JHU’s climate assessment results available online

Health - Campus - 11.07.2024
University’s Public Interest Investment Advisory Committee reconvenes

Career - History / Archeology - 10.07.2024
Cambridge experts bust myths about family, sex, marriage and work in English history
On World Population Day, University of Cambridge researchers bust some of the biggest myths about life in England since the Middle Ages, challenging assumptions about everything from sex before marriage to migration and the health/wealth gap.

Environment - Campus - 10.07.2024
Breakthrough ideas for healthy oceans

Campus - Economics - 10.07.2024
Michele Rasmussen appointed vice provost for student affairs

Politics - Life Sciences - 10.07.2024
Grant for New Research Group, Extension for Another
Grant for New Research Group, Extension for Another
How and why do the perception and acceptance of political rules and institutions change? This is the hot-button question that a new research group on major structural change, headed by Lydia Mechtenberg from University of Hamburg, is asking.

Health - 10.07.2024
Young people believe that artificial intelligence is a valuable tool for healthcare
Young people believe that artificial intelligence is a valuable tool for healthcare
Children and young people are generally positive about artificial intelligence (AI) and think it should be used in modern healthcare, finds the first-of-its-kind survey led by UCL and Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). The national study asked children and young people aged six to 23 years old, across all four UK nations for their views on how they would like AI to be used to enhance their healthcare.

Economics - 10.07.2024
Make the most of your holiday!
Make the most of your holiday!

Campus - 10.07.2024
NSS: Outcome for 2024 survey announced
NSS: Outcome for 2024 survey announced

Physics - Innovation - 10.07.2024
So that no sparks fly
Europe wants to be the first continent to be climate-neutral by 2050. At least that is what the "European Green Deal" envisages.

Art and Design - 10.07.2024
Cardiff University pilot initiative drives growth in creative industries across the Cardiff Capital Region
Cardiff University pilot initiative drives growth in creative industries across the Cardiff Capital Region

Career - 10.07.2024
Modelling the Anthropocene
Modelling the Anthropocene

Innovation - Environment - 10.07.2024
Introducing the 10th Cohort of Cyclotron Road Entrepreneurial Fellows

Sport - Microtechnics - 10.07.2024
Why smart robots should be as lazy as possible
Why smart robots should be as lazy as possible

Agronomy / Food Science - Chemistry - 10.07.2024
’Forever chemicals’ in our food?

Psychology - Health - 10.07.2024
Couple-based therapy to improve sexual desire
Couple-based therapy to improve sexual desire
A new form of cognitive-behavioural couple therapy may help women diagnosed with sexual desire disorders and reduce the emotional distress associated with it.

History / Archeology - Criminology / Forensics - 10.07.2024
Uncovering the truth behind the Alderney death count
Uncovering the truth behind the Alderney death count
Waterloo researchers are known globally for tackling complex problems and Robert Jan van Pelt, of Waterloo's School of Architecture in Cambridge, is one of them.

Social Sciences - Campus - 10.07.2024
Great Court carving announced as UQ confers honours
Great Court carving announced as UQ confers honours

Physics - Innovation - 10.07.2024
ANU physicists are using lasers to give the Sydney Harbour Bridge a makeover
ANU physicists are using lasers to give the Sydney Harbour Bridge a makeover
ANU physicists are giving the Sydney Harbour Bridge a laser-based facelift so it can stand proud for future generations.

Politics - 10.07.2024
Democracy Sausage: A question of recognition
Democracy Sausage: A question of recognition

Agronomy / Food Science - Politics - 10.07.2024
Waging a war for land and soil
Waging a war for land and soil

Health - Environment - 10.07.2024
Four of Bath's anchor institutions join forces to improve the wellbeing of the B&NES region
Four of Bath’s anchor institutions join forces to improve the wellbeing of the B&NES region

Economics - Innovation - 10.07.2024
Making meaningful climate change through novel technologies

Innovation - Health - 10.07.2024
Empowering future innovators through a social impact lens

Economics - Health - 10.07.2024
Detroiters’ perceptions of their neighborhoods shifted after Strategic Neighborhood Fund investments

Agronomy / Food Science - Health - 10.07.2024
Behind Michigan’s abundant agricultural economy are farmworkers facing poor living conditions
Study: Precarious Work and Housing for Michigan Farmworkers During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond For many seasonal and migrant farmworkers who plant, harvest and process produce for stores, stands

Art and Design - Campus - 09.07.2024
12 campus art walks to take this summer

Environment - Economics - 09.07.2024
A new approach to the growing problem of water affordability
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Art and Design - 09.07.2024
Film & Television Archive's summer: Queer cinema, sci-fi, and film and TV gems of the past
Film & Television Archive’s summer: Queer cinema, sci-fi, and film and TV gems of the past

Pedagogy - 09.07.2024
Ministry extends funding to strengthen knowledge on long-term care

Physics - Innovation - 09.07.2024
2024 CNRS Innovation Medal: meet the three winners
2024 CNRS Innovation Medal: meet the three winners

Innovation - Pharmacology - 09.07.2024
USI's Success in Securing BRIDGE Programme Grants
USI’s Success in Securing BRIDGE Programme Grants

Event - Earth Sciences - 09.07.2024
Meet the naturalist Goethe
Meet the naturalist Goethe

Earth Sciences - 09.07.2024
NETTLE: From Mountain Meadows to the Laboratory - Collecting Alpine Plants for Research
NETTLE: From Mountain Meadows to the Laboratory - Collecting Alpine Plants for Research
What could be more beautiful than collecting the alpine plants that are needed for the extraction in the research project directly from nature? Of course, you first need to know where these plant species grow in sufficient quantities.

Social Sciences - Environment - 09.07.2024
Pinpointing coal plants to convert to nuclear energy, considering both practicality and community support
The most comprehensive coal-to-nuclear analysis to date could help policymakers and utilities plan how to meet climate targets Study: Investigation of potential sites for coal-to-nuclear energy transitions in the United States (DOI: 10.1016/j.egyr. An assessment ranks the feasibility of converting 245 operational coal power plants in the U.S. into advanced nuclear reactors, providing valuable insights for policymakers and utilities to meet decarbonization goals, according to a new study by University of Michigan researchers.

Health - Psychology - 09.07.2024
Californians experiencing housing insecurity face higher rates of psychological distress
Marginalized populations and young adults were more likely to describe their housing as 'unstable' Health + Behavior Marginalized populations and young adults were more likely to describe their housin

Health - Veterinary - 09.07.2024
New research from the RVC sheds light on common health issues in pet rabbits
Exploring the most common health problems in pet rabbits in the UK, new research from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) reveals unnatural body shapes along with inadequate diet and exercise as having strong links with poorer health in rabbits. These insights will support ongoing efforts to enhance pet rabbit welfare in the UK, helping owners to recognise and prevent common disorders and providing veterinary professionals with more information around the causes of commonly diagnosed disorders.

Computer Science - Campus - 09.07.2024
Christin Named Head of Software and Societal Systems Department
Software is ubiquitous in everyday life, but that hasn't always been the case. Just 25 years ago, cellphones came with Snake installed, Apple released its clamshell design iBook and LiveJournal hit the internet.

Computer Science - 09.07.2024
CMU, Meta Seek To Make Computer-based Tasks Accessible with Wristband Technology
As part of a larger commitment to developing equitable technology, Carnegie Mellon University and Meta announce a collaborative project to make computer-based tasks accessible to more people.

Chemistry - Innovation - 09.07.2024
Partnership to create technology for sustainable chemical industry
Partnership to create technology for sustainable chemical industry

Environment - Life Sciences - 09.07.2024
A list of priorities for the protection of biodiversity
A list of priorities for the protection of biodiversity
Biodiversity is dwindling rapidly, while measures to protect it are lagging behind the targets. Only one thing can help: utilising scarce resources as efficiently as possible where they are most effective. The "Lanat-3" research project lays the foundation for this with the help of the latest data and AI-supported models.