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Career - Environment - 03.06.2024
Co-op students reflect on their Waterloo journey
Co-op students reflect on their Waterloo journey

Campus - Health - 03.06.2024
Tackling complex problems for a better future
The journey to completing a PhD is not always smooth nor linear. Beyond the intellectual rigour of coursework and research papers, pursuing a PhD requires unconventional and, at times, interdisciplinary thinking.

Computer Science - Health - 03.06.2024
Creating human-centred AI
Creating human-centred AI

Campus - Health - 03.06.2024
Waterloo graduates earn distinguished Governor General Gold Medal
Waterloo graduates earn distinguished Governor General Gold Medal

Health - Campus - 03.06.2024
The power of purpose
The power of purpose

Environment - Chemistry - 03.06.2024
Minerva Schafer Aims for a Sustainable Life

Life Sciences - Computer Science - 03.06.2024
Ten with MIT connections win 2024 Hertz Foundation Fellowships

Economics - Career - 03.06.2024
US camp industry adds billions to national economy

Earth Sciences - 03.06.2024
Worms are an unlikely hero in evolution, Johns Hopkins scientists say
Worms are an unlikely hero in evolution, Johns Hopkins scientists say
Johns Hopkins scientists pinpoint an unlikely hero in evolution: Worms Their digging and burrowing sparked a chain of events that released oxygen into the ocean and atmosphere, helping to kick-start

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 03.06.2024
Helping robots grasp the unpredictable
MIT CSAIL's frugal deep-learning model infers the hidden physical properties of objects, then adapts to find the most stable grasps for robots in unstructured environments like homes and fulfillment centers.

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 03.06.2024
A technique for more effective multipurpose robots
A technique for more effective multipurpose robots
With generative AI models, researchers combined robotics data from different sources to help robots learn better.

Environment - Campus - 02.06.2024
Stanford hosts U.S.-China dialogue on nature

Campus - Economics - 02.06.2024
80,000-plus characters, one keyboard

Event - Art and Design - 02.06.2024
Impetus for a holistic view at Ernst Haeckel

Social Sciences - Campus - 02.06.2024
Recognizing Pride Month
Recognizing Pride Month

Campus - Event - 01.06.2024
Women’s rowing has a runner-up finish

Materials Science - Innovation - 31.05.2024
AI spinout Polaron shortlisted for £1 million Manchester Prize

Health - Innovation - 31.05.2024
Bringing innovation to the bedside

Health - Life Sciences - 31.05.2024
DFG to Provide Approximately 39 Million Euro Funding for Three Major Interdisciplinary Projects at Universität Hamburg
DFG to Provide Approximately 39 Million Euro Funding for Three Major Interdisciplinary Projects at Universität Hamburg

Campus - 31.05.2024
Cooperation with Israeli partners - update 31 May 2024

Innovation - 31.05.2024
CEA-Leti Reports Three-Layer Integration Breakthrough for AI-Embedded CMOS Image Sensors
CEA-Leti Reports Three-Layer Integration Breakthrough for AI-Embedded CMOS Image Sensors
This work demonstrates Feasibility of Combining Hybrid Bonding and High-Density Through-Silicon Vias DENVER - May 31, 2024 - CEA-Leti scientists reported a series of successes in three related project

Health - Life Sciences - 31.05.2024
New Collaborative Research Centre Seeks Innovative Therapies Against Cancer
The University of Würzburg is part of a new Collaborative Research Centre (CRC) in which innovative therapeutic strategies against cancer are being sought.

Health - Life Sciences - 31.05.2024
Universität Heidelberg Successful with Six Bids for Collaborative Research Centres

Politics - 31.05.2024
The UK General Election 2024 - Here's what you need to know
The UK General Election 2024 - Here’s what you need to know
A general election will be held on Thursday 4 July and, given the large number of students in the UK, you can make your voice heard.

Innovation - 31.05.2024
CEA-Leti Reports Three-Layer Integration Breakthrough On the Path to Offering AI-Embedded CMOS Image Sensors
CEA-Leti Reports Three-Layer Integration Breakthrough On the Path to Offering AI-Embedded CMOS Image Sensors
Three-Layer Test Vehicle Is a Key Milestone Because It Demonstrates.

Health - Research Management - 31.05.2024
New collaborative research center in cancer research
New collaborative research center in cancer research

Environment - Campus - 31.05.2024
A clear signal in favour of more sustainability

Health - Pharmacology - 31.05.2024
Southampton Clinical Trials Unit to run ground-breaking NHS cancer vaccine programme
Southampton Clinical Trials Unit to run ground-breaking NHS cancer vaccine programme
The Southampton Clinical Trials Unit, based at the University of Southampton, has been chosen to run a new programme accelerating research into potentially ground-breaking cancer treatments.

Economics - Career - 31.05.2024
New professor aims to make the world of work more inclusive: ’We need everyone to participate’

Campus - Event - 31.05.2024
Community members honored for contributions to diversity

History / Archeology - Earth Sciences - 31.05.2024
Digital atlas of Ethiopian cultural artefacts
Digital atlas of Ethiopian cultural artefacts
Norbert Nebes from the University of Jena and Prof. Mulugeta Feseha from the University of Addis Ababa (from left) are documenting archaeological sites in the "Ethiopian Heritage Digital Atlas" (EHDA).

Health - Campus - 31.05.2024
10 Tartans Named Fulbright Scholars for 2024-25 Award Cycle

Earth Sciences - Environment - 31.05.2024
When stones start rolling
When stones start rolling
The landslide in Brienz (GR) in 2023 kept Switzerland on tenterhooks for weeks. Researchers from ETH Zurich, WSL and SLF used a model to provide a highly accurate blind prediction of where the sliding mass would come to rest. ETH Professor Johan Gaume explains how the model works and where its limitations lie.

Life Sciences - Health - 31.05.2024
RWTH Collaborative Research Centers Investigate Neuropsychobiology of Aggression and Future Construction Techniques
RWTH Collaborative Research Centers Investigate Neuropsychobiology of Aggression and Future Construction Techniques
  The German Research Foundation (DFG) is establishing eleven new Collaborative Research Centres (CRC), five of which are CRC/Transregios (TRR), which are jointly funded by several universities.

Materials Science - Environment - 31.05.2024
From the Art of Blowpipe Analysis to Battery Recycling
From the Art of Blowpipe Analysis to Battery Recycling

Research Management - Mathematics - 31.05.2024
German Research Foundation (DFG) to Fund Collaborative Research Centers at Freie Universität Berlin

Career - Campus - 31.05.2024
The Director General for Science and Research presents updates to the research management programme

Event - Environment - 31.05.2024
Vivid Sydney's future seems bright, but challenges abound
Vivid Sydney’s future seems bright, but challenges abound

Politics - 31.05.2024
Donald Trump verdict: experts explain
Donald Trump verdict: experts explain

Materials Science - Life Sciences - 31.05.2024
Modeling smart polymer materials
Modeling smart polymer materials
Guido Kusters created mathematical models to aid in the development of smart polymers, and he defended his PhD thesis cum laude at the Department of Applied Physics and Science Education on May 29th.

Media - 31.05.2024
Reactions of the EB and the SB to the irregularities committee report
The irregularities committee investigated a report of censorship at Cursor. See below the reactions of the EB and the SB to the committee report.

Environment - Architecture - 31.05.2024
An inclusive, accessible and sustainable future for architecture in Canada

Innovation - 31.05.2024
Research scholarships to support sport innovation

Health - 31.05.2024
MRFF supports UQ researcher to transform outcomes for patients with post-stroke aphasia

Health - Pharmacology - 31.05.2024
Researcher investigates revolutionary treatment for rare brain cancer

Innovation - Computer Science - 31.05.2024
Winners of Quantum City Challenge unveil solutions for key energy questions
UCalgary competition brings together leading research teams in academia and industry to focus quantum science on big challenges in energy management and environmental remediation The Quantum City Chal

Social Sciences - Campus - 31.05.2024
UCalgary scholars reflect on Asian heritage and the academy

Health - Research Management - 31.05.2024
The SNF rewards fifteen research projects submitted by USI

Politics - Environment - 31.05.2024
General election 2024 academic experts
General election 2024 academic experts

Innovation - Campus - 31.05.2024
Derek Ham Named Director of CMU’s Entertainment Technology Center
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