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Innovation - Environment - 27.06.2024
Hopkins renewable energy lab slated for R House in Baltimore
Hopkins renewable energy lab slated for R House in Baltimore

Astronomy / Space - Earth Sciences - 27.06.2024
Mapping the Red Planet With the Power of Open Science
Mapping the Red Planet With the Power of Open Science
This image of Perseverance's backshell sitting upright on the surface of Jezero Crater was collected from an altitude of 26 feet (8 meters) by NASA's Ingenuity Mars Helicopter during its 26th flight at Mars on April 19, 2022. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech" Combining images from orbit with images from the surface, a JPL-developed tool allows researchers to zoom in to see individual boulders and zoom out to see all'of Mars.

Astronomy / Space - Earth Sciences - 27.06.2024
NASA’s Mars Odyssey Captures Huge Volcano, Nears 100,000 Orbits
The 23-year-old orbiter is taking images that offer horizon-wide views of the Red Planet similar to what astronauts aboard the International Space Station see over Earth.

Computer Science - Campus - 27.06.2024
Wireless receiver blocks interference for better mobile device performance
This novel circuit architecture cancels out unwanted signals at the earliest opportunity. The growing prevalence of high-speed wireless communication devices, from 5G mobile phones to sensors for autonomous vehicles, is leading to increasingly crowded airwaves.

Life Sciences - Health - 27.06.2024
CHARMed collaboration creates a potent therapy candidate for fatal prion diseases
A new gene-silencing tool shows promise as a future therapy against prion diseases and paves the way for new approaches to treating disease. Drug development is typically slow: The pipeline from basic research discoveries that provide the basis for a new drug to clinical trials and then production of a widely available medicine can take decades.

Politics - Computer Science - 27.06.2024
Fotini Christia named director of the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society

Music - Event - 27.06.2024
Two MIT films nominated for New England Emmy Awards

Health - Psychology - 27.06.2024
Maternal suicide: U-M study provides insights into complicating factors surrounding perinatal deaths
Pregnant and postpartum people who died by suicide more likely to experience intimate partner problems, depression, substance abuse, health problems Suicide is a leading cause of death during pregnan

Politics - 27.06.2024
The US election and prospects for peace in key global conflict zones

Life Sciences - Health - 27.06.2024
$10.5M biomaterials center to connect researchers, fund innovation and fight resource discrimination

Environment - Health - 27.06.2024
Flood preparedness for changing climate: U-M experts available to comment
EXPERTS ADVISORY The confluence of heavy rains and a heat wave flooded much of the Midwest this week.

Social Sciences - Health - 27.06.2024
A home away from a homeland
A home away from a homeland

Environment - Campus - 26.06.2024
How the apparel industry could refashion itself

Campus - Health - 26.06.2024
Chamber music takes the stage at Stanford

Campus - Health - 26.06.2024
Student-curated exhibit reimagines museum practice

Sport - 26.06.2024
Sportswashing is still highly effective despite more awareness among fans
As the European football championships continue in Germany, new research has revealed that 'sportswashing' - the practice of using sporting events or teams to improve a country's reputation - is still highly effective, despite increased awareness of the issue among fans.

Campus - 26.06.2024
What can a monument for Kurt Gödel in the 21st century look like?

Environment - Economics - 26.06.2024
Five ways to improve the global voluntary carbon credit markets
Five ways to improve the global voluntary carbon credit markets
Professor Mark Maslin's (UCL Geography) believes voluntary carbon markets are a small but essential part of worldwide efforts to reduce global emissions.

Life Sciences - 26.06.2024
How AI can help blind people see
More than 40 million people worldwide are blind. Scientists are working to develop implants in the brain that will allow blind people to see a little, for example a pattern of a streetcar or a cyclist.

Innovation - Electroengineering - 26.06.2024
From Ilmenau to space

Agronomy / Food Science - Environment - 26.06.2024
Managing water in agriculture sustainably
Managing water in agriculture sustainably

Health - Pharmacology - 26.06.2024
Federal Council steps up fight against antibiotic resistance
Bern, 26. The number of antibiotic-resistant bacteria is on the rise all'over the world. This poses a growing threat to the effective treatment of infections and places a significant burden on health systems, including Switzerland's.

Environment - Innovation - 26.06.2024
New AI-led science initiative will help protect communities hit by climate change in East Africa
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), Oxford University Physics Department , IGAD Climate Prediction and Applications Centre (ICPAC), and various national forecasting and meteorology agencie

Linguistics / Literature - 26.06.2024
Sàr-obair Bàrdachd a’ Trasnadh Chrìochan Cànanach

History / Archeology - Art and Design - 26.06.2024
Portrait as a symbol of Nijmegen’s involvement in slavery

Transport - Social Sciences - 26.06.2024
'We don't want to get rid of the car'
’We don’t want to get rid of the car’

Health - Life Sciences - 26.06.2024
Highly endowed grants as part of the FIGHT KIDS CANCER program
Highly endowed grants as part of the FIGHT KIDS CANCER program

Environment - Life Sciences - 26.06.2024
High fliers: pleasure-seeking parrots are using aromatic plants, stinky ants and alcohol
High fliers: pleasure-seeking parrots are using aromatic plants, stinky ants and alcohol
Norfolk Island green parrots are self-medicating with pepper tree bark and leaves, to rid themselves of parasites.

Art and Design - Event - 26.06.2024
Consuelo Cavaniglia: seeing through you
Consuelo Cavaniglia: seeing through you

Physics - Computer Science - 26.06.2024
ARC invests in research partnerships with industry
ARC invests in research partnerships with industry

Campus - Innovation - 26.06.2024
Chancellor’s farewell after more than a decade

Chemistry - 26.06.2024
Three SFU chemists honoured at national awards

Sport - 26.06.2024
Help on the way for young people experiencing gambling harm in the ACT
Help on the way for young people experiencing gambling harm in the ACT

Politics - Physics - 26.06.2024
Democracy Sausage: Crises going nuclear
Democracy Sausage: Crises going nuclear

Environment - Economics - 26.06.2024
Robust scientific standards and transparency needed to unlock potential of voluntary carbon markets
Scientific principles and transparency must lead the conversation about what counts as carbon credits in order to build confidence in the voluntary carbon market (VCM), finds a new report led by UCL researchers.

Pedagogy - Event - 26.06.2024
Generative AI for Educators: Three Seed Grants Awarded for Research & Development

Environment - Life Sciences - 26.06.2024
Wolves reintroduced to Isle Royale temporarily affect other carnivores, humans have influence as well
Wolves reintroduced to Isle Royale temporarily affect other carnivores, humans have influence as well
In a rare opportunity to study carnivores before and after wolves were reintroduced to their ranges, researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison found that the effects of wolves on Isle Royale have been only temporary.

Life Sciences - Environment - 26.06.2024
A New CRISPR-Driven Technology for Gene Drive in Plants
Weeds are a pesky irritant for most home gardeners, but in large agricultural settings, weeds can pose an especially deadly problem.

Politics - History / Archeology - 26.06.2024
Thursday's U.S. presidential debate: Unprecedented and unpredictable
Thursday’s U.S. presidential debate: Unprecedented and unpredictable

Astronomy / Space - 26.06.2024
Detective Work Enables Perseverance Team to Revive SHERLOC Instrument
Detective Work Enables Perseverance Team to Revive SHERLOC Instrument
After six months of effort, an instrument that helps the Mars rover look for potential signs of ancient microbial life has come back online. The SHERLOC (Scanning Habitable Environments with Raman & Luminescence for Organics and Chemicals) instrument aboard NASA's Perseverance Mars rover has analyzed a rock target with its spectrometer and camera for the first time since encountering an issue this past January.

Psychology - Campus - 26.06.2024
’UnrulyArt’ creates joy and engagement, regardless of ability

Innovation - Campus - 26.06.2024
Startup aims to transform the power grid with superconducting transmission lines
Startup aims to transform the power grid with superconducting transmission lines
VEIR, founded by alumnus Tim Heidel, has developed technology that can move more power over long distances, with the same footprint as traditional lines.

Campus - Health - 25.06.2024
Five former Cardinal are heading to Paris

Environment - Campus - 25.06.2024
Faculty-recommended reading on sustainability

Campus - Environment - 25.06.2024
A low-tech, inexpensive way to convince politicians to debate

Campus - Health - 25.06.2024
Whittaker makes Olympic team

Health - Campus - 25.06.2024
Chip-scale titanium-sapphire laser puts powerful technology in reach

Health - Media - 25.06.2024
Collaboration ERMeCHS research cluster ROCCS results in journal publication
The ROCCS research cluster of ERMeCHS, the research institute of ESHCC, recently published a scientific paper on the 'Data leak' scandal during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management.

Health - Life Sciences - 25.06.2024
Center for Child and Adolescent Health launched
Center for Child and Adolescent Health launched

Art and Design - 25.06.2024
CAP UCLA's 2024-25 season brings global artistry to Los Angeles
CAP UCLA’s 2024-25 season brings global artistry to Los Angeles
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