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Computer Science - Innovation - 23.06.2020
New programme to accelerate AI research capability at Cambridge
New programme to accelerate AI research capability at Cambridge
A new initiative at Cambridge will equip young researchers outside computer science with the skills they need to use machine learning and artificial intelligence techniques to power their research.

Life Sciences - Health - 23.06.2020
Dale Kaiser, founding member of Stanford’s Department of Biochemistry, dies at 92
Using a virus as an experimental system, Kaiser made fundamental discoveries that were instrumental in ushering in the era of recombinant DNA technology, often known as gene splicing.

Health - Pharmacology - 23.06.2020
Parliamentarians hear of 'high chance' of coronavirus vaccine
Parliamentarians hear of ’high chance’ of coronavirus vaccine
Two of Imperial's leading coronavirus experts gave evidence to the House of Lords about their research to tackle COVID-19 Professor Robin Shattock, who is developing a vaccine for COVID-19 and Profes

Health - 23.06.2020
Sixth of London’s streets have room for pop-up cycle lanes
About a sixth of London's streets are wide enough to accommodate protected cycle lanes, amounting to over 2,000km of track that could be created quickly to improve safety as lockdown is eased, new UCL analysis has found.

Physics - 23.06.2020
Docuseries takes viewers into the lives and labs of scientists
A new documentary series will soon take viewers into the lives and labs of scientists-beginning with a pilot episode that follows former University of Chicago graduate student Nathan Earnest-Noble as he researches quantum computing. Produced by the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering's STAGE lab, Curiosity: The Making of a Scientist features intimate, documentary-style short films created by an interdisciplinary team of science and arts students and professional filmmakers at UChicago.

Health - Life Sciences - 23.06.2020
Researchers use stem cells to model the immune response to COVID-19
Cities across the United States are opening back up, but we're still a long way from making the COVID-19 pandemic history.

Economics / Business - 23.06.2020

Health - Pharmacology - 23.06.2020
First volunteer receives Imperial COVID-19 vaccine
The first healthy volunteer has now received a candidate coronavirus vaccine developed by researchers. The clinical team, who delivered a small dose of the vaccine to the participant at a West London facility, are closely monitoring the participant and report they are in good health, with no safety concerns.

Physics - Environment - 23.06.2020
Researchers Receive DOE Early Career Research Awards
Researchers Receive DOE Early Career Research Awards
Top scientists from Berkeley Lab, UC Berkeley recognized for accelerating scientific advances in biosciences, earth and environmental sciences, physics, chemistry, and materials science Three scienti

Health - Career - 23.06.2020
75% of US workers can't work exclusively from home, face greater risks during pandemic
75% of US workers can’t work exclusively from home, face greater risks during pandemic
About three-quarters of U.S. workers, or 108 million people, are in jobs that cannot be done from home during a pandemic, putting these workers at increased risk of exposure to disease.

Astronomy / Space Science - Physics - 23.06.2020
LIGO-Virgo Finds Mystery Object in "Mass Gap"
At a Glance Leadership President Provost Board of Trustees Legacy History & Milestones Historic Awards & Honors Caltech Archives Interactive History Map News Publications This is Caltech Calt

Health - Economics / Business - 23.06.2020

Health - Pharmacology - 23.06.2020
Breast Cancer Diagnostics: Spin-off Artidis announces successful clinical trial
Breast Cancer Diagnostics: Spin-off Artidis announces successful clinical trial
The company Artidis, a University of Basel spin-off, has announced that it developed a test procedure that can detect breast cancer with a very high sensitivity. This is demonstrated by a clinical trial that investigated whether a nanomechanical biomarker of tissue samples is suitable for the diagnosis of breast cancer.

Pharmacology - Health - 23.06.2020
Global deal follows UQ superbug drug discoveries
Global deal follows UQ superbug drug discoveries
Antibiotics discovered at The University of Queensland will be fast-tracked under a $A16 million international research deal.

Health - 23.06.2020
Project to tackle loneliness among young people during coronavirus pandemic
A Cardiff University student has set up a project to tackle youth loneliness during the coronavirus pandemic.

Health - 23.06.2020
UofG working with UKRI to provide vital public information in the fight against COVID-19
The University of Glasgow has played a key role in contributing scientific research for the newly formed ' Coronavirus: The Science Explained' website, launched by UK Research & Innovation (UKRI).

Computer Science - 23.06.2020

Economics / Business - 23.06.2020

Health - Environment - 22.06.2020
Opinion: Four potential consequences of wearing face masks we need to be wary of
Dr Olga Perski (UCL Behavioural Science and Health) and a colleague warn of four potential consequences facing the population and the environment from people wearing face masks. If healthcare workers wear surgical masks, there is good evidence that it limits the spread of respiratory viral infections in hospitals.

Event - Environment - 22.06.2020

Social Sciences - 22.06.2020
Challenging yet positive parenting style benefits children's development
Challenging yet positive parenting style benefits children’s development
Share on: Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn When one talks about parenting, an image of the sensitive, caring mother-but not father-responding to a young child's emotional needs often comes to mind.

Chemistry - Physics - 22.06.2020
Fluorocarbon bonds are no match for light-powered nanocatalyst
Fluorocarbon bonds are no match for light-powered nanocatalyst
Rice U. lab unveils catalyst that can break problematic C-F bonds Rice University engineers have created a light-powered catalyst that can break the strong chemical bonds in fluorocarbons, a group of synthetic materials that includes persistent environmental pollutants.

Health - 22.06.2020
A life-saving lung transplant at UCLA for patient who was turned away by more than 20 hospitals
Miriam Merianos was a healthy mom of three living in Texas when she got the flu in November 2018. Before long, the virus worsened, fluid built up in her lungs and Merianos was struggling to breathe.

Health - Life Sciences - 22.06.2020

Economics / Business - Computer Science - 22.06.2020

Health - Social Sciences - 22.06.2020
U of M Medical School report shows sexually transmitted infections continue to rise among Minnesota youth
While pregnancy and birth rates continue to decline to historic lows for 15- to 19-year-olds, Minnesota youth are contracting sexually transmitted infections (STI) at alarmingly high rates.

Sport - Economics / Business - 22.06.2020

Environment - Physics - 22.06.2020

Health - Pharmacology - 22.06.2020
Computational pharmacology to combat the coronavirus
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has hit the world population hard, spreading throughout the globe since the beginning of the year and claiming more than 450,000 victims. The entire scientific community is engaged in an unprecedented effort to curb the progression of the disease, for which no specific cure is yet available.

Mechanical Engineering - 22.06.2020
Meet the students who are engineering with impact
Meet the students who are engineering with impact
Bushfire sensing drones, lightning fast computations and hydrogen technology: meet the Sydney students who are responding to modern issues with skill and ingenuity.

Computer Science - Economics / Business - 22.06.2020
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