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Administration - 16.02.2021
NHS’ use of management consultants is a harmful habit
The use of paid management consultants in the NHS has become habitual despite its negative impact on efficiency, according to new research.

Campus - Psychology - 16.02.2021
VUB calls all its students to monitor their well-being
Personal contact with more than 16,000 students The corona crisis is weighing heavily on students' well-being.

Life Sciences - 16.02.2021
Extensive remodeling of chromatin after DNA damage
In eukaryotes, histones are often modified and evicted at site of DNA double-strand breaks in order to facilitate end-resection and break repair. Together with the protein analysis facility of the FMI, the Gasser group has quantified massive changes in the chromatin associated proteome in response to DNA damage.

Physics - 16.02.2021
Advisory Committee Releases Strategic Plan for U.S. Fusion, Plasma Program
Advisory Committee Releases Strategic Plan for U.S. Fusion, Plasma Program
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Fusion Energy Sciences Advisory Committee (FESAC) has adopted and endorsed a new report that lays out a strategic plan for fusion energy and plasma science research over the next decade. The has been two years in the making, gathering an unprecedented level of input and support from across the U.S. fusion and plasma community.

Astronomy / Space Science - Environment - 16.02.2021
Q&A: David Paige on the Feb. 18 Mars Perseverance landing
NASA's Perseverance rover is scheduled to land on Mars on Feb. 18 after a six-and-a-half month flight.

Pharmacology - Health - 16.02.2021
Novartis Entresto granted expanded indication in chronic heart failure by FDA
Entresto is the first and only therapy approved in the US to treat patients diagnosed with guideline-defined heart failure to include both those with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFr

Health - Life Sciences - 16.02.2021
Commonalities Found Between Viral Infections and Ovarian Cancer
DNA viruses, such as herpesviruses and poxviruses, are among the most prolific and deadly viruses on Earth.

Campus - Social Sciences - 16.02.2021

Astronomy / Space Science - Life Sciences - 16.02.2021
Life as We Do Not Know It: Astrobiology and the Mars 2020 Mission
Life as we know it has never been found anywhere in our solar system or universe, other than on Earth.

Life Sciences - Campus - 16.02.2021
Crocodile evolution rebooted by Ice Age glaciations
Crocodiles are resilient animals from a lineage that has survived for over 200 million years. Skilled swimmers, crocodiles can travel long distances and live in freshwater to marine environments. But they can't roam far overland. American crocodiles ( Crocodylus acutus ) are found in the Caribbean and Pacific coasts of the Neotropics but they arrived in the Pacific before Panama existed, according to researchers from McGill University.

Life Sciences - Physics - 16.02.2021

Mathematics - 15.02.2021

Research Management - 15.02.2021
Open Access @ USI: «read & publish» agreement signed with publisher Taylor & Francis
Free access to knowledge makes further progress at USI thanks to a new agreement that now allows USI researchers to publish original research articles in Open Access (OA) free of charge in journals published by Taylor & Francis, Routledge, and Cogent OA.

Pharmacology - Health - 15.02.2021
Information is Key to Vaccination Willingness
Information is Key to Vaccination Willingness
In Germany, the willingness to receive a vaccination has risen slightly from 57 to 62 percent since November.

Astronomy / Space Science - Physics - 15.02.2021
In search of super-Earths: Spectrograph CRIRES+ at ESO's Very Large Telescope
In search of super-Earths: Spectrograph CRIRES+ at ESO’s Very Large Telescope
Astrophysicists from Göttingen University involved in construction of high-resolution research instrument The astronomy research instrument CRIRES+ is designed to study planets outside our solar system.

Computer Science - 15.02.2021
More Privacy when Using WhatsApp, Signal and Co
Cryptography experts at TU Graz, together with their colleagues at TU Darmstadt, have developed a privacy-protecting security software for mobile messaging services.

Event - 15.02.2021
Bentham’s wills reveal lifelong plans for auto-icon
Forthcoming research from UCL's Bentham Project on wills made by philosopher and UCL spiritual founder Jeremy Bentham shows his wish to leave his remains to benefit medical science was refined over decades, and not the last whim of an eccentric Englishman.

Health - Pharmacology - 15.02.2021
UofG announces research collaboration with Lilly to discover potential new drug targets
The University of Glasgow has entered into a research collaboration with pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly and Company, that aims to discover and validate the next generation of drug targets for immunological diseases.

Environment - 15.02.2021
Record breaking observations at a depth of 172 metres shed light on how hard coral survives without light
Record breaking observations at a depth of 172 metres shed light on how hard coral survives without light
In shallow water, less than 30 metres, the survival of hard corals depends on photosynthetic unicellular algae (zooxanthellae) living in their tissues.

Environment - Event - 15.02.2021

Environment - Economics / Business - 15.02.2021

Health - Social Sciences - 15.02.2021
'Amazing progress' in childhood cancer treatment
’Amazing progress’ in childhood cancer treatment
The childhood cancer survival rate in Yorkshire is among the best in the world, with 86 out of every 100 children diagnosed with the disease before their 15th birthday living for at least five years. Twenty years ago, the comparable figure was 73 out of 100 children. That means for every 100 children, 13 are now surviving who would not have done so two decades ago.

Health - Social Sciences - 15.02.2021
Analysis: Is asymptomatic transmission in young people driving the latest Covid-19 wave?
If asymptomatic transmission in young people is playing a key role, that means preventing infections in younger groups gathering in schools is just as essential as preventing cases among older people, write Dr Irene Petersen (UCL Epidemiology & Health) and colleagues.

Health - Social Sciences - 15.02.2021
Is asymptomatic transmission in young people driving the latest Covid-19 wave?
If asymptomatic transmission in young people is playing a key role, that means preventing infections in younger groups gathering in schools is just as essential as preventing cases among older people, write Dr Irene Petersen (UCL Epidemiology & Health) and colleagues.

Physics - Electroengineering - 15.02.2021
Graphene
Graphene "nano-origami" creates tiniest microchips yet
The tiniest microchips yet can be made from graphene and other 2D-materials, using a form of ‘nano-origami', physicists at the University of Sussex have found.

Social Sciences - Campus - 15.02.2021

Economics / Business - Health - 14.02.2021
How will Europe grapple economic downturn?
The uncertainties tied to the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union were compounded in 2020 by the pandemic-induced economic downturn.

Innovation - 12.02.2021
Legrand and CEA combine their expertise to develop a new generation wireless and batteryless switch
Legrand and CEA combine their expertise to develop a new generation wireless and batteryless switch
I ntegrating perfectly with Legrand's "with Netatmo" connected offerings, thi s innovation makes the connected home more sustainable by reducing environmental impact and maintenance operations due to battery use.

Politics - Administration - 12.02.2021
Call for transparency
The turbulence created by speculation in GameStop shares has highlighted the lack of transparency on trading platforms.

Health - 12.02.2021
Young people more worried about Brexit than Covid-19
Two fifths (42%) of adults aged 18-29 report being stressed about Brexit, more than the proportion who are worried about catching Covid-19 (32%) or becoming seriously ill from the disease (22%), find UCL researchers as part of the Covid-19 Social Study.

Career - Campus - 12.02.2021

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