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Pharmacology - Health - 03.07.2024
Does a Mixture of One Million Peptides Hold the Key to the Antibiotics of the Future?
New approach to diminish antibiotic resistance developed by research team from Freie Universität Berlin, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and ETH Zurich Antibiotics are a cornerstone of modern medicine. They are regularly used to treat bacterial infections or as a prophylactic measure during surgery to prevent infection.

History / Archeology - Art and Design - 03.07.2024
New Alphonse Mucha exhibition provides balm for a world in upheaval
New Alphonse Mucha exhibition provides balm for a world in upheaval

Campus - 03.07.2024
Julia Gurol-Haller is the new speaker of the Junge Akademie
Julia Gurol-Haller is the new speaker of the Junge Akademie

Health - Life Sciences - 03.07.2024
Monitor virus progression based on cases of distemper in foxes

Health - Psychology - 03.07.2024
UCalgary team develops global online hub for adverse childhood experiences research
UCalgary team develops global online hub for adverse childhood experiences research
In the past few years, research on adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) has grown tremendously as researchers uncover the long-term physical and mental health effects of these experiences.

Social Sciences - 03.07.2024
Learning lessons from medium-sized Swiss cities
Learning lessons from medium-sized Swiss cities
"La Suisse de A(rbon) à Z(oug): Portrait en 12 villes", a new book published by EPFL Press, eschews the traditional focus on major conurbations.

Health - Physics - 03.07.2024
UV or not UV? How deep UV light could revolutionise healthcare
UV or not UV? How deep UV light could revolutionise healthcare

Mathematics - 03.07.2024
Alan Turing inspired escape room shows ’maths is more than just numbers’
Schoolchildren have taken on a Bletchley Park-inspired escape room as part of a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) activity day at Cardiff University.

Linguistics / Literature - Campus - 03.07.2024
US abortion rulings: Legal-linguistic analysis of amicus briefs shows loss of agency for women on both sides of the debate
Amicus briefs written in favour of abortion access were too weak in their language to be able to counter those written against, research concludes.

Life Sciences - Health - 03.07.2024
’Hugely thankful for her vision and leadership’

Veterinary - Health - 03.07.2024
RVC student wins international award for outstanding research into canine pain management

Physics - Astronomy / Space - 03.07.2024
Studying astrophysically relevant plasma physics
Thomas Varnish has always loved a hands-on approach to science. Research in lab-based astrophysics has enabled the PhD candidate to experiment in a heavily theoretical subject.

Economics - Innovation - 03.07.2024
Summer 2024 recommended reading from MIT
Summer 2024 recommended reading from MIT
MIT News rounds up recent titles from Institute faculty and staff. MIT faculty and staff authors have published a plethora of books, chapters, and other literary contributions in the past year.

Economics - Campus - 02.07.2024
New compound supercharges naloxone
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Physics - Campus - 02.07.2024
New Thermodynamics Method Enhances Maintenance and Prevents Failures
New Thermodynamics Method Enhances Maintenance and Prevents Failures
The performance and reliability of machines and devices reduce as they age. Currently, inaccurate degradation characterization leads to overand under-maintenance, both of which have dire consequences on society.

Economics - Health - 02.07.2024
Family-related issues can cause crises in family businesses
Crisis management in family businesses is strongly impacted by their unique goals, governance, and resources.

Health - Administration - 02.07.2024
Regulations grounded in research are saving lives by adding restrictions to tobacco
According to Health Canada, about 48,000 people in Canada die from tobacco use each year. Research has shown that tobacco use is a leading cause of preventable diseases and deaths worldwide and efforts to reduce tobacco consumption through regulation and policy measures have significantly contributed to public health improvements.

Social Sciences - Law - 02.07.2024
Overcoming fear for social justice
Overcoming fear for social justice

Economics - Politics - 02.07.2024
Fake News Harms the Economy
Fake News Harms the Economy
A professor from the ECONtribute Cluster of Excellence at the University of Bonn is studying the influence of fake news stories and how they are being dealt with Fake news significantly impacts economic dynamics, leading to higher unemployment and lower production.

Innovation - Career - 02.07.2024
Empowering female scientists at the intersection of research and innovation

Astronomy / Space - Computer Science - 02.07.2024
A collaboration to push the boundaries of cosmos mapping
A collaboration to push the boundaries of cosmos mapping
EPFL officially joined the Multi Spectroscopic Telescope (MUST) project, led by China's Tsinghua University, as a founding member.

Environment - Politics - 02.07.2024
Analysis: New maps show how the climate is changing in each UK constituency
A new set of maps showing how the climate has shifted in each UK constituency will help people ask pertinent questions on the doorstep in future elections, write Professor Chris Brierley (UCL Geography) and Hannah Woodward of Birkbeck, University of London in The Conversation.

Health - Pharmacology - 02.07.2024
Federal funds awarded for biohealth, with UW-Madison leading the way  
Federal funds awarded for biohealth, with UW-Madison leading the way  

Health - Pharmacology - 02.07.2024
Thomas Vogl receives 'Global Grant for Gut Health'
Thomas Vogl receives ’Global Grant for Gut Health’
Thomas Vogl's research team at MedUni Vienna's Center for Cancer Research aims to identify biomarkers in the gut microbiome that are associated with Long COVID. The "Global Grant for Gut Health", awarded by Yakult and Nature Portfolio, is now supporting them in this endeavour. "If we succeed in finding biomarkers that both indicate a person's risk of Long COVID and represent therapeutic targets against the disease, this could significantly improve our ability to treat and perhaps even prevent Long COVID in the future," says Thomas Vogl, summarising the importance of the research work.

Politics - 02.07.2024
Why is no one talking about Brexit anymore?
Why is no one talking about Brexit anymore?

Environment - 02.07.2024
Presenting the new Eawag publication: Changes in Water
Presenting the new Eawag publication: Changes in Water

Health - Pharmacology - 02.07.2024
Waterloo Pharmacy alumni provide healthcare in the North
Waterloo Pharmacy alumni provide healthcare in the North

Health - Event - 02.07.2024
Project aims to address child health inequalities through electronic health records
Project aims to address child health inequalities through electronic health records

Health - 02.07.2024
Improve sleep and combat dementia
Improve sleep and combat dementia
In a step toward combating dementia, Western researchers have received a $1.1 million grant from the Weston Family Foundation to explore the potential of gentle brain-synched sounds to improve sleep and memory performance in older adults. The method, which involves playing those gentle sounds during sleep, is called phase-locked auditory stimulation.

Life Sciences - 02.07.2024
A hard nut to crack: Future-proofing Australia's macadamia industry
A hard nut to crack: Future-proofing Australia’s macadamia industry
Future-proofing the burgeoning macadamia industry is the focus of a long-term breeding program led by researchers at The University of Queensland.

Environment - 02.07.2024
Everybody needs good neighbours: resident quolls help newcomers settle in at Mulligans Flat 
Everybody needs good neighbours: resident quolls help newcomers settle in at Mulligans Flat 
GPS tracking collars have revealed how newly reintroduced eastern quolls are settling in at Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary, with quolls who were born at the sanctuary accepting their new neighbours with open paws.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 02.07.2024
Revisiting the Cambrian explosion’s spark
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Astronomy / Space - Physics - 02.07.2024
Caltech’s Submillimeter Observatory Has Been Removed from Maunakea

Health - Social Sciences - 02.07.2024
CDC director calls for data-based, preventative community care
CDC director calls for data-based, prevention-focused community health care during a talk at Johns Hopkins At the latest Health Policy Forum, CDC Director Mandy Cohen discusses how data can help solv

Astronomy / Space - Environment - 02.07.2024
NASA's ECOSTRESS Maps Burn Risk Across Phoenix Streets
NASA’s ECOSTRESS Maps Burn Risk Across Phoenix Streets
NASA's ECOSTRESS instrument on June 19 recorded scorching roads and sidewalks across Phoenix where contact with skin could cause serious burns in minutes to seconds, as indicated in the legend above. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech" Roads and sidewalks in some areas get so hot that skin contact could result in second-degree burns.

Innovation - Economics - 02.07.2024
Pioneering the future of materials extraction

Politics - 02.07.2024
The rules of the game
Rising superpowers like China are "cautious opportunists" in global institutions, and the U.S. should avoid overreaction, PhD candidate Raymond Wang argues.

Materials Science - Innovation - 01.07.2024
Cambridge spin-out's sportscar prototype takes ultra-fast charging out of the lab and onto the road
Cambridge spin-out’s sportscar prototype takes ultra-fast charging out of the lab and onto the road
Nyobolt, a University of Cambridge spin-out company, has demonstrated its ultra-fast charging batteries in an electric sportscar prototype, going from 10% to 80% charge in under five minutes, twice the speed of the fastest-charging vehicles currently on the road.

Environment - 01.07.2024
New Professorship for Large Engines Research at Graz University of Technology
New Professorship for Large Engines Research at Graz University of Technology

Physics - Innovation - 01.07.2024
Cooperation in reactor research
Copenhagen Atomics, a Danish molten salt reactor developer, and the Paul Scherrer Institute PSI, Switzerland's largest research institute for natural and engineering sciences, have signed a large-scale experimental collaboration agreement.

Earth Sciences - 01.07.2024
Team records ground shaking at Taylor Swift concerts
Team records ground shaking at Taylor Swift concerts
UCL geophysicists installed nine seismometers around Wembley Park ahead of Taylor Swift's first Eras concerts in London and found that the opening night performance of 'Love Story' produced the strongest ground tremors.

Environment - Innovation - 01.07.2024
Creating sustainable large-area electronics of the future
Creating sustainable large-area electronics of the future
The need to tackle climate change is becoming more urgent, making sustainable manufacturing of goods a global concern. However, making all'industries sustainable is difficult, especially high-tech sectors like the semiconductor industry. The latter, which is crucial for making electronic devices, has a significant environmental impact, with sizeable portion of a product's carbon footprint incurred before it even leaves the factory.

Campus - Physics - 01.07.2024
Raimond Snellings appointed head of Department of Physics
Raimond Snellings appointed head of Department of Physics

Environment - Life Sciences - 01.07.2024
Decoding and preserving biodiversity
How can artificial intelligence (AI) contribute to deciphering, describing and naming biodiversity, i.e. the diversity of life on our planet, by using taxonomic methods faster than these species become extinct - An international research team led by the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry and the TU Ilmenau has investigated this question and published the results in the renowned journal Trends in Ecology and Evolution.

Physics - Materials Science - 01.07.2024
Semiconductor research at The University of Manchester
Semiconductor research at The University of Manchester
Manchester is a world-leader in the novel fabrication of semiconductors devices from 2D materials to silicon.

Health - Environment - 01.07.2024
Could prolonged exposure to pollution lead to loss of independence in later life?
Traffic pollution emerges as a lead exacerbator for ailments that come with aging Study: Source-Specific Air Pollution and Loss of Independence in Older Adults Across the US Long-term exposure to air pollution can lead to a loss of independence for older adults, according to a University of Michigan study.

Environment - Social Sciences - 01.07.2024
Climate change ignored? U-M study reveals sociology’s blind spot
A recent University of Michigan study exposes a gap in sociology: a lack of focus on climate change. Societies fuel and face the consequences of this crisis, but sociology as a discipline appears insufficiently engaged with the issue, says Sofia Hiltner, U-M doctoral candidate in sociology, whose is published in The American Sociologist.

Life Sciences - 01.07.2024
Bacteria of pest insect fool crops
The Southern green shield bug is a major problem for food production. The insect loves tomatoes, cucumbers and bell peppers and is responsible for up to 40 percent of crop losses.

Campus - 01.07.2024
UT PhD candidate receives prestigious fulbright scholarship

Physics - Campus - 01.07.2024
KU Leuven and TU Eindhoven enter into robust semicon collaboration
KU Leuven and TU Eindhoven enter into robust semicon collaboration