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Social Sciences - Campus - 03.05.2021

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 03.05.2021

Campus - Computer Science - 03.05.2021

Materials Science - 03.05.2021
Electric Vehicle Batteries: The older they get, the safer they are
Electric Vehicle Batteries: The older they get, the safer they are
Studies at TU Graz show that the older an traction battery of electric vehicles (EV) is, the lower the danger it poses.

Health - 03.05.2021

Campus - Music - 03.05.2021
What to read, watch or listen to during Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month
AAPI faculty and staff at UCLA recommend media that provide insights into history, culture, struggle and contributions AAPI faculty and staff at UCLA recommend media that provide insights into histor

Economics / Business - Law - 03.05.2021

Pharmacology - Health - 03.05.2021
Sandoz confirms late-stage clinical development plans for proposed biosimilar aflibercept, a key ophthalmology medicine
Sandoz to begin enrolling patients with neovascular age-related macular degeneration in MYLIGHT Phase lll confirmatory efficacy and safety study 1 Neovascular age-related macular degeneration account

Physics - Computer Science - 03.05.2021
ETH Zurich and PSI found Quantum Computing Hub
ETH Zurich and PSI found Quantum Computing Hub
ETH Zurich and the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) establish a joint centre for the development of quantum computers. Its aim is to advance the realization of quantum computers based on both ion traps and superconducting components. ETH Zurich provides 32 million francs for this centre, which will host around 30 researchers.

Pedagogy - 03.05.2021
As optimism returns, a reminder that life after COVID-19 will be stressful for many
Life during the COVID-19 pandemic has been uniquely stressful for parents with children at home. For some parents, schools welcoming children back for in-person instruction — even for limited schedules in many cases — has provided a long-awaited measure of relief and cause for optimism.

Health - Innovation - 03.05.2021
UPF INNOValora will speed up transfer to market for six projects based on promising research results
The programme will provide funding and support to develop innovative technologies in the areas of surgical training, architecture, aquaculture, organ transplants, chronic pain, music learning and dermatology.

Politics - Event - 03.05.2021
Brownbag: Affective Dimensions of Collective Action in Turkey’s Gezi Uprisings and Their Aftermath
13:00 - 14:00 VeranstalterIn Zentrum für Südosteuropastudien, SEOGA Teilnahme Termin vormerken BB: - Derya Özkaya - Affective Dimensions of Collective Action in Turkey's Gezi Uprisings and Their Afte

Astronomy / Space Science - Campus - 03.05.2021

Earth Sciences - Environment - 03.05.2021
Local impacts from fracking the Eagle Ford
Local impacts from fracking the Eagle Ford
Stanford scientists simulated the local risk of damaging or nuisance-level shaking caused by hydraulic fracturing across the Eagle Ford shale formation in Texas. The results could inform a new approach to managing human-caused earthquakes. Hydraulic fracturing to extract trapped fossil fuels can trigger earthquakes.

Environment - Health - 03.05.2021
Should Uber And Lyft Be Electrifying More Vehicles?
Carnegie Mellon University May 03, 2021 Jeremy Michalek and his Ph.D.

Earth Sciences - 03.05.2021
Contrary to Previous Belief, Strike-Slip Faults Can Generate Large Tsunamis
Contrary to Previous Belief, Strike-Slip Faults Can Generate Large Tsunamis
On September 28, 2018, an inexplicably large tsunami devastated the Indonesian coastal city of Palu and several others nearby.

Life Sciences - 03.05.2021
Flatfish got weird fast due to evolutionary cascade
Flatfish got weird fast due to evolutionary cascade
Study: Skull asymmetry arose rapidly from trait co-evolution Ever look at a flatfish like a flounder or sole, with two eyes on one side of its head, and think, "How did that happen?” You're in luck. Rice University biologist Kory Evans has the answer. "Flatfishes are some of the weirdest vertebrates on the planet, and they got weird very, very fast by changing multiple traits at once over a short period of time,” said Evans, an assistant professor of biosciences at Rice who specializes in studying the evolution of fish over long time scales.

Mathematics - History / Archeology - 02.05.2021
The statistician in the library: Stephen Stigler’s four decades crossing disciplinary lines
Pioneering scholar talks Stigler's Law, French lotteries and statistical history At any given university, statisticians aren't usually at the top of the list of library visitors.

Earth Sciences - 30.04.2021
Geoscientists Call for Action on Tackling Racial Inequity
An article published has highlighted the shocking under-representation of students from ethnic minority backgrounds in the Geosciences.

Economics / Business - Environment - 30.04.2021

History / Archeology - 30.04.2021

Health - Psychology - 30.04.2021
Vaccination - personal values and group dynamics are decisive
How do you get more people to have vaccinations? Gudela Grote firmly believes that it's worth looking at team dynamics.

Health - 30.04.2021
One in five will have vaccine resentment over summer holidays
Nearly one in five people who haven-t had a Covid vaccine say they'll feel resentful towards those who have if they don-t get one in time for their summer holidays, while the proportion of the public

Veterinary - Health - 30.04.2021

Event - 30.04.2021

Health - 30.04.2021
Volunteers needed for new Centre for Nutrition, Exercise & Metabolism breakfast study
Physiologists at the University of Bath want local participants to take part in a new study to assess how different types of breakfast influence our health. Last updated on Tuesday 4 May 2021 Researchers at the University of Bath want to recruit local volunteers for a new study to understand more about the effects of different types of breakfast on our health.

Career - Administration - 30.04.2021

Computer Science - Economics / Business - 30.04.2021

Campus - Pedagogy - 30.04.2021