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Research Management - Politics - 28.06.2022

Environment - Innovation - 28.06.2022
Spin-out company aiming to replace harmful plastic microbeads receives £1.3M investment
Spin-out company aiming to replace harmful plastic microbeads receives £1.3M investment
Sustainable cellulose start-up Naturbeads is poised to scale up. Naturbeads , a company set up by University of Bath researchers that aims to replace plastic microbeads with sustainable alternatives,

Pedagogy - Career - 28.06.2022

Life Sciences - Environment - 28.06.2022
Can CRISPR help us deal with climate change?
Evan Groover, a UC Berkeley graduate student in the Innovative Genomics Institute labs of David Savage and Brian Staskawicz, examines a rice plant that has been edited using CRISPR techniques.

Astronomy / Space Science - Earth Sciences - 28.06.2022
Rover the moon
Rover the moon
Johns Hopkins planetary geophysicist Kevin Lewis is co-investigator for a NASA mission that aims to study ice and water on the moon's surface In the fall of 2023, a U.S. rover will land at the south pole of the moon.

Law - 28.06.2022
Experts: Repealing concealed carry restrictions will lead to more gun violence
During a media briefing Friday, experts from the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions discussed the impact of the Supreme Court's decision to remove concealed carry restrictions in New Yor

Environment - Earth Sciences - 28.06.2022
Chesapeake Bay ’dead zone’ predicted to be 13% lower than average
This summer's Chesapeake Bay "dead zone” is expected to be smaller than the long-term average, according to a forecast released today by researchers from the University of Michigan, Chesapeake

Health - Pharmacology - 27.06.2022
Interrupting the treatment of vulnerable people on immune-suppressing medicines, doubles their antibody response to COVID-19 booster vaccination
Interrupting the treatment of vulnerable people on immune-suppressing medicines, doubles their antibody response to COVID-19 booster vaccination
A major clinical trial, led by experts at the University of Nottingham working in partnership with Universities and NHS hospitals including the University of Manchester , has found that by interrupting the treatment of vulnerable people on long-term immune suppressing medicines for two weeks after a COVID-19 booster vaccination, their antibody response to the jab is doubled.

Social Sciences - Health - 27.06.2022
Trial of new treatment to prevent prisoner suicide launches
Trial of new treatment to prevent prisoner suicide launches
A new talking therapy for men in prison who struggle with suicidal thoughts and feelings is being launched in the UK. The team of clinicians, academics, researchers, service users and carers will study the effects of Cognitive Behavioural Suicide Prevention therapy within prisons. Suicide is the leading cause of preventable death in prisons in England and Wales with 86 prisoner deaths and 52,000 episodes of self-injury in 2021 alone, leaving prisoners five times more likely to take their own lives than the general population.

Economics / Business - Innovation - 27.06.2022

Health - Pharmacology - 27.06.2022
MHH Sarcoma Center successfully DKG-certified
MHH Sarcoma Center successfully DKG-certified
Treatment of rare tumors: In addition to soft tissue tumors, the MHH is the only center in Lower Saxony to be certified for bone sarcomas.

Campus - Event - 27.06.2022

Music - 27.06.2022
DCS World premiere for dancers, baritone, choir and large orchestra
Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd July 2022 Aix-Marseille université - Aix-en-Provence campus - Schuman site - Patio Nord 3 Avenue Robert Schuman, 13100 Aix-en-Provence Open to the general public - Free ent

Materials Science - Architecture - 27.06.2022

Environment - 27.06.2022

Astronomy / Space Science - 27.06.2022

Health - Economics / Business - 27.06.2022

Environment - Career - 27.06.2022
U-M awarded $53M to expand federally funded Great Lakes research institute over next 5 years
The University of Michigan has been awarded a five-year, $53 million renewal agreement from the federal government to continue and expand the Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes Research, with the goal of helping to conserve and manage the region's natural resources.

Economics / Business - 27.06.2022
National forum to drive First Nations’ economic sovereignty
First Nations leaders have issued a call to action for governments and industry to work with them on building new and better policies that address the " economic apartheid " facing Indigenous Australians.

Health - 27.06.2022
Neonatal screening: programme successfully expanded
The Austrian Neonatal Screening Programme (ÖNGS) has been an ongoing success story since the 1960s.

Economics / Business - Social Sciences - 27.06.2022

Innovation - Environment - 27.06.2022
Startup partners with University of Toronto students to 'IKEA-fy' its fog harvesting apparatus
Startup partners with University of Toronto students to ’IKEA-fy’ its fog harvesting apparatus
When University of Toronto alumna  Eva Liu  signed up for her fourth-year capstone course in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, she had never heard of fog harvesting.

Health - Pharmacology - 27.06.2022
The third wave of COVID-19 delivers the highest mortality risk in Australian ICUs
According to a new study led by Monash University, of those admitted to the ICU with COVID-19, after accounting for age and how sick patients were, the third wave of the disease in Australia was associated with the highest risk of dying in hospital, in comparison with earlier waves. Patients admitted to ICU during the third wave were mostly unvaccinated (75 per cent), younger than the previous two waves (24 per cent > 65 years of age), more likely to be pregnant and/or obese, and less likely to have co-morbid conditions.

Religions - Health - 27.06.2022
Supreme Court abortion ruling will radiate deep into American lives, scholars say
Shockwaves from the controversial U.S. Supreme Court decision on abortion rights is likely to extend deep into American life - into churches and medical offices, into our use of apps and software and into elections this fall and in 2024, UC Berkeley scholars say.

Health - Social Sciences - 27.06.2022
Johns Hopkins deans respond to historic decision that overturned ’Roe’
Deans from the schools of Public Health, Medicine, and Nursing affirm commitments to women's reproductive health and evidence-based care and education Deans from Johns Hopkins University's schools of

Social Sciences - Health - 27.06.2022

Economics / Business - Health - 27.06.2022

Campus - Environment - 26.06.2022

Music - Computer Science - 25.06.2022