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Computer Science - Campus - 29.07.2022
New $10M NSF-Funded Institute Will Get to the CORE of Data Science
EnCORE will tackle important problems in foundations of Data Science A new National Science Foundation initiative has created a $10 million dollar institute led by computer and data scientists at Uni

Economics / Business - 29.07.2022
Savings, business reopenings are key to preventing a severe recession
Savings, business reopenings are key to preventing a severe recession
While the U.S. economy teeters on the edge of a recession, key factors of consumer spending and saving are promising buffers for severe outcomes, according to economist Alessandro Rebuc

Paleontology - Life Sciences - 29.07.2022
'Fossil Fishing at the Farm' - Jurassic marine world unearthed in a farmer's field
’Fossil Fishing at the Farm’ - Jurassic marine world unearthed in a farmer’s field
The discovery of an exceptional prehistoric site containing the remains of animals that lived in a tropical sea has been made in a farmer's field in Gloucestershire. Discovered beneath a field grazed by an ancient breed of English Longhorn cattle, the roughly 183-million-year-old fossils are stunningly well preserved like they were frozen in time.

Computer Science - 29.07.2022
In his first novel, PhD candidate Dashiel Carrera explores 'what it means to reckon with memory'
In his first novel, PhD candidate Dashiel Carrera explores ’what it means to reckon with memory’
When you look back on events in your life, especially traumatic ones, did they really happen the way you remember them?

Social Sciences - 29.07.2022
New breath-driven concept set to transform access to hand prosthetics
New breath-driven concept set to transform access to hand prosthetics
The new air-powered hand provides a lightweight, low-maintenance and easy-to-use body-powered prosthetic option particularly well suited for children and those in low and middle-income countries. A revolutionary new hand prosthesis powered and controlled by the user's breathing has been developed by researchers at the University of Oxford.

Life Sciences - Health - 29.07.2022
David Schaffer: Research that takes risks must be supported
Bakar Fellows Program Director and UC Berkeley professor David Schaffer reflects on the reasons why he sees Berkeley as a leader in world-changing research, innovation and entrepreneurship.

Laboratory - 29.07.2022
Consumers adjust to inflation as labor market expectations worsen
Consumer sentiment was essentially unchanged from June, when it had reached an all-time low for the survey, according to the University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers.

Architecture - 29.07.2022

Criminology / Forensics - Social Sciences - 28.07.2022
Opinion: Why are strip-searches not a matter of public debate in the UK?
Opinion: Why are strip-searches not a matter of public debate in the UK?
Writing in The Conversation, Dr Matteo Tiratelli (IOE, UCL's Faculty of Education and Society) asks why, after several charges of misconduct against the police following strip searches, why isn't the practice itself receiving more public scrutiny?

Health - Psychology - 28.07.2022
Psychological strain and eating habits in the pandemic
Survey: 35 percent report weight gain since the beginning of the Corona pandemic Scientists at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have investigated possible changes in adult dietary habits and body weight after more than two years of pandemic.

Environment - 28.07.2022

Chemistry - Campus - 28.07.2022
Of Chemistry Neal Devaraj Named Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellow
Department of Defense fellowship is agency's most prestigious research grant award Neal K. Devaraj, professor of chemistry and biochemistry at UC San Diego, has been named a Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellow by the Department of Defense (DOD).

Social Sciences - Innovation - 28.07.2022

Economics / Business - Innovation - 28.07.2022
Innovate to Dominate
Professor Tai Ming Cheung's new book lays out the complex interplay in China's economic development, innovation and security at the heart of the country's competition for global dominance Will China overtake the U.S. to become the world's leading technological and security power?

Veterinary - 28.07.2022
Ten fence types at increased odds of a fall for horse and rider
New research into equestrian eventing safety has assessed different types of fence and course design, and quantified their associated risk of falling for either rider or horse. The study is published in the Equine Veterinary Journal , and has highlighted ten fence types which are at increased odds of a fall occurring when compared with square spread fences.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 28.07.2022
Flying through Arctic cyclones to improve weather prediction and climate models
Flying through Arctic cyclones to improve weather prediction and climate models
In August 2022, two research aircraft equipped as airborne laboratories will fly over the Arctic Ocean on the lookout for polar cyclones.

Environment - Life Sciences - 28.07.2022
No 'Safe Space' for 12 key ocean species on North American West Coast
No ’Safe Space’ for 12 key ocean species on North American West Coast
For the generations who grew up watching Finding Nemo , it might not come as a surprise that the North American West Coast has its own version of the underwater ocean highway - the California Current marine ecosystem (CCME).

Health - Environment - 28.07.2022
University of Toronto expert Kerry Bowman on monkeypox and the danger posed by zoonotic diseases
The World Health Organization recently declared monkeypox - a disease that's been a concern in African countries for years - a global public health emergency.

Life Sciences - 28.07.2022
Idoteas are the sea's bees
Idoteas are the sea’s bees
Are sea animals involved in the reproductive cycle of algae, like pollinating insects on dry land? Dispersal of the male gametes, or spermatia, of red algae generally relies on water movement, and up until now, scientists did not recognize the role played by animals.

Economics / Business - 28.07.2022
Rising interest rates may trigger liquidity crisis and price falls in global stock markets
Rising interest rates may trigger liquidity crisis and price falls in global stock markets
Study comes as U.S. Federal Reserve pursues fastest tightening of monetary policy since 1980s Global central banks responding to spiralling inflation with aggressive interest rate hikes

Economics / Business - Linguistics / Literature - 28.07.2022
Inside the Writers Room at Johns Hopkins
Inside the Writers Room at Johns Hopkins
Take a peek at the room where budding scriptwriters learn that creating your next binge-watch is a team sport Interior-ground floor of Gilman Hall-night We open on a chilly Monday evening in February.

Health - 28.07.2022
U-M survey reveals Michigan communities’ priorities for spending COVID-related federal relief funds
A survey of Michigan local government leaders on the federal American Rescue Plan Act funding and uses finds the top spending priorities are on capital improvements, infrastructure and public safety.

Computer Science - 28.07.2022
How to help assembly-line robots shift gears and pick up almost anything
How to help assembly-line robots shift gears and pick up almost anything
At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, car manufacturing companies such as Ford quickly shifted their production focus from automobiles to masks and ventilators.

Health - Life Sciences - 27.07.2022
UCLA awarded $11.5 million to improve organ, hand and face transplantation
UCLA awarded $11.5 million to improve organ, hand and face transplantation
The Dumont-UCLA Transplant Center has received two grants totaling $11.5 million from the federal government for research aimed at making donated organs last longer and helping transplant recipients live longer, healthier lives.

Economics / Business - Event - 27.07.2022

Event - Health - 27.07.2022

Health - Life Sciences - 27.07.2022
Lactating Mice Pass along Common Antimicrobial to Pups, Initiating Liver Damage
Triclosan is used in everything from cleaners to pesticides to toys; researchers say exposure early in life may lay groundwork for future development of fatty liver disease In mouse studies, researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine report that lactating mothers expose their feeding pups to triclosan, an antimicrobial commonly used in consumer products, resulting in early signs of liver damage that can eventually lead to more serious impairment and illness, such as nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH).

Life Sciences - 27.07.2022
LifeGate - New interactive map shows the full diversity of life
LifeGate - New interactive map shows the full diversity of life
Researchers from Leipzig published a gigantic digital map displaying the full diversity of life through thousands of photos.

Health - Campus - 27.07.2022
Biological Age, Not Birthdate May Reveal Healthy Longevity
A first-of-its-kind study of 1,813 older women suggests that the accelerated biological aging of the body — epigenetic age acceleration specifically — is associated with lower odds of living to be 90 years old and also being physically mobile and having intact mental function.

Health - Life Sciences - 27.07.2022

Social Sciences - Economics / Business - 27.07.2022

Environment - 27.07.2022
Bird prediction tool takes flight in Eureka prizes
Bird prediction tool takes flight in Eureka prizes
The team behind a powerful tool that helps farmers identify management actions that could support threatened birds on their properties is in the running for Australia's top science prizes.

Economics / Business - Electroengineering - 27.07.2022
New Public-Private Partnership to Upgrade Tool That Estimates Costs of Power Interruptions
Berkeley Lab-led initiative helps electric companies improve grid reliability and resilience The Interruption Cost Estimate (ICE) Calculator is a publicly available, online tool that estimates the economic consequences of power interruptions.

Life Sciences - 27.07.2022
A methodological leap in the exploration of memory
A methodological leap in the exploration of memory
Neurons communicate with each other across synapses, areas of close contact where neurotransmitter molecules released from one neuron act on receptors embedded in the membrane of the opposite neuron.