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Astronomy / Space - Physics - 05.07.2024
'The light signal is a 'baby photo' of the universe'
’The light signal is a ’baby photo’ of the universe’
Physicist Kai Schmitz offers insights into the evolution of the universe and questions of cosmology Kai Schmitz 's field of work lies at the interface of particle physics and cosmology; his favourite subject is gravitational waves from the early universe. In an interview with Christina Hoppenbrock, the research group leader at the Institute of Theoretical Physics provides insights into the evolution of the universe, methods of research and still unresolved questions about cosmology.

Health - Campus - 05.07.2024
Admission procedure for medical studies: 11,904 took part
Admission procedure for medical studies: 11,904 took part

Physics - Chemistry - 05.07.2024
New technologies for converting solar energy into green solar fuels
New technologies for converting solar energy into green solar fuels
The Technische Universität Ilmenau is researching high-performance components and their properties in a large-scale federal project to make the production of hydrogen from sunlight more stable, efficient and cost-effective.

Politics - Social Sciences - 05.07.2024
How Durham researchers have informed UK General Election debate

Health - Career - 05.07.2024
Successful communication can save lives
Successful communication can save lives

Health - Pharmacology - 05.07.2024
Joining forces to cure children
Joining forces to cure children
The close collaboration between the Paul Scherrer Institute PSI and the University Children's Hospital Zurich for the benefit of children suffering from cancer began 20 years ago.

Agronomy / Food Science - Environment - 05.07.2024
Agroecology: A paradigm shift in the US food system
Faced with an ecological crisis, public health emergencies and socioeconomic inequities, agroecology emerges as a transdisciplinary beacon of hope Study: Momentum for agroecology in the USA, Nature F

Pharmacology - Health - 05.07.2024
New CHDR location: a boost to human drug research in Twente
The Centre for Human Drug Research (CHDR) is about to open a new location in Twente. At this location, the Leiden-based drug research institute will work closely with the regional hospital Medisch Spectrum Twente (MST) and University of Twente's Technical Medical Centre (TechMed Centre).

History / Archeology - 05.07.2024
The UV leads the extraction of a Phoenician boat in Mazarrón, Murcia
UV experts in underwater archaeology and naval architecture Agustín Díez and Carlos de Juan are finishing the preparations for the delicate rescue of the 2,600-year-old vessel.

Health - Pharmacology - 05.07.2024
UQ training centre to tackle antimicrobial resistance in agribusiness and environment

Health - Environment - 05.07.2024
Designerly ways of caring / Sustainable future healthcare
We all read it in the news from time to time: our current healthcare system is under pressure. We face the challenges of an ageing population, more people living longer with chronic diseases and as a result we have to deal with rising costs and staff shortages.

Computer Science - 05.07.2024
SFU lab develops AI-enabled post-production tools for independent Canadian filmmakers

Campus - History / Archeology - 05.07.2024
Immersing Ourselves in New Worlds: Where Theology Meets Cognitive Research
Immersing Ourselves in New Worlds: Where Theology Meets Cognitive Research
What happens when we look at a late antique image? In what order does our gaze wander over the individual elements? Where does it linger? What bodily reactions do such images or early Christian narra

Economics - Physics - 05.07.2024
Research Groups
Research Groups
University of Bonn Secures Two New Research Groups University of Bonn Secures Two New Research Groups The German Research Foundation (DFG) has given its approval for a new Centre for Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences and a Research Unit at the University of Bonn.

Social Sciences - 05.07.2024
Feminists can't agree whether porn is harmful or liberating - and in this vacuum, image-based abuse continues
Feminists can’t agree whether porn is harmful or liberating - and in this vacuum, image-based abuse continues

Life Sciences - Health - 05.07.2024
Mayday! How to Activate a Cell’s Emergency Response Procedures
Mayday! SOS! Distress signals like these are used around the world to indicate an emergency. The cells that make up your body also have their own versions of emergency signals.

Astronomy / Space - Innovation - 05.07.2024
No rescue needed for Starliner, says Johns Hopkins space expert
No rescue needed for Starliner, says Johns Hopkins space expert
Johns Hopkins engineer Patrick Binning clarifies misconceptions about 'stranded' astronauts, emphasizes importance of data collection Boeing's Starliner spacecraft's return mission to Earth has been

History / Archeology - Event - 04.07.2024
Research by the University in Cova Negra, key to discovering that Neanderthal groups cared for children with Down syndrome
Valentín Villaverde, in 1989, with the cranial fragment from which it was concluded that Neanderthals cared for their children with Down syndrome and cooperated with each other.

Research Management - 04.07.2024
CWTS Leiden Rankings: University of Freiburg ranks 11th nationwide in number of publications

Chemistry - Physics - 04.07.2024
Unravelling the secrets of artificial photosynthesis
Unravelling the secrets of artificial photosynthesis

Social Sciences - Event - 04.07.2024
Science Together celebrates a third year of community-led research collaborations
Science Together celebrates a third year of community-led research collaborations

Innovation - 04.07.2024
University teaching staff decreases in public universities and increases in private universities in Spain

Environment - 04.07.2024
Researchers secure more than $6.5 million in ARC funding
Ten University of Queensland research teams will share more than $6.5 million from the Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Projects scheme.

Astronomy / Space - 04.07.2024
IRSOL Annual Report 2023 published

Life Sciences - Health - 04.07.2024
Ointment with DNA molecules combats allergic contact dermatitis
Ointment with DNA molecules combats allergic contact dermatitis
Study by the University of Bonn shows that what are known as aptamers can be absorbed directly via the skin Researchers at the University of Bonn have isolated a DNA molecule that is suitable for combating allergic contact dermatitis in mice. What is known as an aptamer binds to certain immune system messenger substances, rendering them ineffective.

Health - Pharmacology - 04.07.2024
AI model to improve patient response to cancer therapy
AI model to improve patient response to cancer therapy
A new artificial intelligence (AI) tool that can help to select the most suitable treatment for cancer patients has been developed by researchers at The Australian National University (ANU).

Environment - Life Sciences - 04.07.2024
Intimate private lives of blue whales revealed for the first time
Intimate private lives of blue whales revealed for the first time
Some of the first ever recorded evidence of reproduction in blue whales, including underwater footage of a mother nursing its calf, has been captured as part of a decade-long research and citizen science program led by The Australian National University (ANU).

Computer Science - Innovation - 04.07.2024
Clever clothes: Seams in clothing can capture body movement
Clever clothes: Seams in clothing can capture body movement
Everyday clothing may soon be able to capture and record body movements, according to new research published by the Universities of Bath and Bristol.

Health - Environment - 04.07.2024
Reversing chemotherapy resistance in pancreatic cancer
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Health - Campus - 03.07.2024
AI approach optimizes antibody drugs
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Environment - 03.07.2024
36000 buried tea bags aid science and bring to light the importance of soil
36000 buried tea bags aid science and bring to light the importance of soil
By burying 36,000 tea bags and retrieving them three months later, researchers and citizen scientists worldwide gathered data on the decomposition of plant material in soil.

Environment - Materials Science - 03.07.2024
Recyclables from wood waste for energy storage and environmental technology
Recyclables from wood waste for energy storage and environmental technology
Knowledge Transfer and Innovation Published: The biopolymer lignin is found in large quantities in trees.

Computer Science - Physics - 03.07.2024
New open-source software is greater than the sum of its parts
New open-source software is greater than the sum of its parts
Accurate models of real-world scenarios are important for bringing theoretical and experimental research together in meaningful ways.

Economics - 03.07.2024
U-M study explores opportunities to increase representation of women in leadership

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.