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Environment - Economics / Business - 14.10.2021
Roosevelt Project Case Study Shows How Southwestern Pa. Can Thrive in a Low-Carbon Future
Carnegie Mellon University Today, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University - together with collaborators at Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Boise State University - wil

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 14.10.2021
Synthetic biology moves into the realm of the unnatural
An artificial metalloenzyme based on the natural enzyme called P450 (gray structure). UC Berkeley chemists created a heme molecule (magenta) with an embedded iridium atom (red) that, in E. coli, was incorporated into P450 to execute a reaction unknown in the natural world. (UC Berkeley image by Brandon Bloomer) The field of synthetic biology has had great success engineering yeast and bacteria to make chemicals - biofuels, pharmaceuticals, fragrances, even the hoppy flavors of beer - cheaply and more sustainably, with only sugar as the energy source.

Career - Criminology / Forensics - 14.10.2021
Latino Michiganders: Key findings from U-M Poverty Solutions
As National Hispanic Heritage Month , which celebrates the culture and contributions of Latinos in the U.S., comes to a close, Poverty Solutions at the University of Michigan highlights key data from its research that relates to Latinos living in Michigan. 33% The percentage of Latinos in Detroit who would feel more safe with an increased police presence in their neighborhood, according to a recent report by the Detroit Metro Area Communities Study on attitudes toward crime and policing.

Life Sciences - Paleontology - 14.10.2021
Mammals on the menu: Snake dietary diversity exploded after mass extinction 66 million years ago
Mammals on the menu: Snake dietary diversity exploded after mass extinction 66 million years ago
Modern snakes evolved from ancestors that lived side by side with the dinosaurs and that likely fed mainly on insects and lizards.

Art and Design - Social Sciences - 13.10.2021

Physics - Event - 13.10.2021

Research Management - Campus - 13.10.2021

Innovation - Environment - 13.10.2021

Environment - Civil Engineering - 13.10.2021
Roller disco vs climate change: how graphene is transforming the construction industry
Manchester's Mayfield regeneration scheme made history on 12 October 2021, as the location of a pioneering piece of structural engineering, using a new, low-emissions concrete - developed by Nationwi

Life Sciences - 13.10.2021
A billion-year soul-burning puzzle: who made cheilanthanes?
A billion-year soul-burning puzzle: who made cheilanthanes?
PhD candidate Tharika Liyanage is on a quest to solve a molecule mystery that dates back billions of years, writes Lauren Pay.

Social Sciences - 13.10.2021
EPFL is acting on harassment
EPFL is acting on harassment
EPFL has adopted a series of prevention, support and follow-up measures that were recommended by the School's Harassment Task Force.

Health - Pharmacology - 13.10.2021
Type 2 diabetes health checks down by 7.4 million due to UK’s covid restrictions in 2020
Manchester-based researchers estimate that between March and December 2020, 7.4 million fewer NICE recommended health care checks took place in UK general practices in people with type 2 diabetes, when compared to 10-year historical trends.

Health - Life Sciences - 13.10.2021
Immune system keeps the intestinal flora in balance
Immune system keeps the intestinal flora in balance
Trillions of benign bacteria live in the intestine. They are kept in a continuous balance by the immune system, which thereby makes them harmless to humans.

Environment - 13.10.2021

Environment - Campus - 13.10.2021
By 2500 earth could be alien to humans
To fully grasp and plan for climate impacts under any scenario, researchers and policymakers must look well beyond the 2100 benchmark.

Health - 13.10.2021
African Americans bear the brunt of negative health outcomes of menthol cigarettes, U-M study shows
African Americans bear the brunt of negative health outcomes of menthol cigarettes, U-M study shows
African Americans represent 12% of the U.S. population, but carried 41% of all menthol-smoking-related premature deaths in the United States between 1980 and 2018, according to a new stu

Pedagogy - 13.10.2021
Child Tax Credit providing critical help, but not reaching more than 1 in 10 eligible families
Child Tax Credit providing critical help, but not reaching more than 1 in 10 eligible families
While most eligible families received the first two monthly Child Tax Credit payments and used the money to cover the costs of essential household expenses, a new survey indicates that more than 1 in

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 12.10.2021

Computer Science - 12.10.2021

Mechanical Engineering - Transport - 12.10.2021
Joint European effort boosts automated driving
L3Pilot, Europe's first comprehensive pilot test of automated driving on public roads demonstrates automated systems for cars in Hamburg, Germany, in conjunction with ITS World Congress 2021 SAE Level 3 and 4 automated driving systems have been tested on ordinary roads in seven European countries, including cross-border activities, thanks to pan-European testing environments and methodologies that have been developed with help from WMG, Universi

Astronomy / Space Science - Computer Science - 12.10.2021
Explore the universe with virtual reality
Explore the universe with virtual reality
Have you ever wanted to explore outer-space? Now you can, without leaving Earth, thanks to powerful, open-source beta software VIRUP that builds - in real-time - a virtual universe based on the most detailed contemporary astrophysical and cosmological data.

Art and Design - Physics - 12.10.2021
AI used to reproduce 'lost' Picasso nude
AI used to reproduce ’lost’ Picasso nude
A painting of a naked woman by Pablo Picasso that has been hidden beneath one of his 'Blue Period' masterpieces for more than a century, has been recreated by UCL scientists using a combination of X-rays, AI and 3D-printing. PhD researchers Anthony Bourached (UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology) and George Cann (UCL Space and Climate Physics) have developed a five-step technology to reproduce art works, that have been painted over.

Campus - Pedagogy - 12.10.2021

Campus - Health - 12.10.2021

Health - Pharmacology - 12.10.2021
Jacobs Medical Center Marks Fifth Anniversary, Achievements and Milestones
World-class facility offers patients the most advanced medical and surgical care in the region, with integrated team-based approach When Angie Weight, 44, an artist and mother of four, reflects on the day she was diagnosed with a brain tumor, she says she is overcome with gratitude.

Event - Environment - 12.10.2021

Health - 12.10.2021
Break through the tumor's protective shield
Break through the tumor’s protective shield
A team at the Department for Pharmaceutical Sciences developed a therapy concept that could stop tumor growth.