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Psychology - 08.02.2024
Problematic 'zombie leadership' lives on
Problematic ’zombie leadership’ lives on

Environment - Health - 08.02.2024
Opinion: In Chile, huge wildfires have killed at least 131 people - but one village was untouched
Opinion: In Chile, huge wildfires have killed at least 131 people - but one village was untouched

Politics - 08.02.2024
Netanyahu's position becoming more uncertain as Israeli PM rejects Hamas deal to end war
Netanyahu’s position becoming more uncertain as Israeli PM rejects Hamas deal to end war

Economics - Environment - 08.02.2024
More finance firms acting on climate change, handful reach ’Gold standard’

Event - 08.02.2024
A new study in hospitality
A new study in hospitality

Social Sciences - Campus - 08.02.2024
New name, new major for Krieger School program focused on study of migration, racial hierarchy

Astronomy / Space - Environment - 08.02.2024
NASA Awards Inaugural Grants to Support Emerging Research Institutions

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 08.02.2024
NASA's New Experimental Antenna Tracks Deep Space Laser
NASA’s New Experimental Antenna Tracks Deep Space Laser
Deep Space Station 13 at NASA's Goldstone complex in California - part of the agency's Deep Space Network - is an experimental antenna that has been retrofitted with an optical terminal.

Health - Social Sciences - 08.02.2024
Annie Liau: Infinite caring for the MIT community
Annie Liau: Infinite caring for the MIT community

Environment - Campus - 08.02.2024
3 Questions: The Climate Project at MIT
3 Questions: The Climate Project at MIT

Environment - Social Sciences - 08.02.2024
Letter to the MIT community: Announcing the Climate Project at MIT

Materials Science - Innovation - 08.02.2024
MIT students win national materials design competition

Astronomy / Space - 08.02.2024
U-M, XMM-Newton spot a black hole giving ’fierce feedback’
Study: Fierce Feedback in an Obscured, Sub-Eddington State of the Seyfert 1. Markarian 817 Black holes are like temperamental toddlers. They spill food all the time, but observations led by the University of Michigan using the European Space Agency's x-ray telescope XMM-Newton has caught a black hole in the act of "flipping over the table- during an otherwise civilized meal.

Innovation - Computer Science - 07.02.2024
UCL hosts Shadow Science Minister to discuss the future of artificial intelligence
UCL hosts Shadow Science Minister to discuss the future of artificial intelligence

Economics - Innovation - 07.02.2024
Unlocking the power of AI

Environment - Social Sciences - 07.02.2024
Why we need connected strategies for net zero and levelling up
Why we need connected strategies for net zero and levelling up
In this piece, Professor Sherilyn MacGregor, Professor Matthew Paterson and Dr Helen Holmes, University of Manchester, discuss the 'Joined-up Sustainability Transformations' (JUST) approach.

Health - Innovation - 07.02.2024
UCL spinouts attracted £3bn investment in last five years
UCL spinouts attracted £3bn investment in last five years

Innovation - Physics - 07.02.2024
Southampton given millions to drive UK's semiconductor plans
Southampton given millions to drive UK’s semiconductor plans

Health - Psychology - 07.02.2024
Autism crisis sees thousands of children wait years for support, report finds

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 07.02.2024
The long journey of a child who died over 2,000 years ago
The long journey of a child who died over 2,000 years ago
UdeM's Department of Anthropology hosted a delegation from the Consulate General of Mexico in Montreal for a ceremony marking the return of Mesoamerican human remains.

Innovation - Pedagogy - 07.02.2024
'Digital Coach' Receives Award for Best Practice
’Digital Coach’ Receives Award for Best Practice
"Digital Coach" Receives Award for Best Practice Project The project shows how companies can keep pace with digitization and use it for their purpose.

Health - Social Sciences - 07.02.2024
Factors for conspiracy beliefs researched
In the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, the power of conspiracy theories became clear, especially in the vaccination debate.

Innovation - Economics - 07.02.2024
Maintaining the ’Swiss way’ of promoting innovation

Innovation - 07.02.2024
How work environments shape creativity
How work environments shape creativity
NewIn: Katja Thoring In this episode of "NewIn", we introduce Prof. Katja Thoring. At the intersection of product, space, architecture and technology, she explores how work environments influence creativity in a variety of ways.

Health - Life Sciences - 07.02.2024
Johannes A. Schmid takes up professorship in the field of Cardiovascular Medicine

Politics - 07.02.2024
U-M expert explores where things stand, what may lie ahead on Trump’s legal road as election looms

Politics - Event - 07.02.2024
Birds aren't real*
Birds aren’t real*

Astronomy / Space - Campus - 07.02.2024
New Master's in Space Systems to be launched in September
New Master’s in Space Systems to be launched in September

Environment - Social Sciences - 07.02.2024
Event: UBC hosts seminar on Indigenous Peoples' right to traditional economies, sustainable development, and food security in an age of climate change
Event: UBC hosts seminar on Indigenous Peoples’ right to traditional economies, sustainable development, and food security in an age of climate change

Economics - Innovation - 07.02.2024
King Philippe talked to student entrepreneurs and the DO! team
King Philippe talked to student entrepreneurs and the DO! team

Campus - Event - 07.02.2024
University of Sydney launches Welcome Program for 2024
University of Sydney launches Welcome Program for 2024

Chemistry - Materials Science - 07.02.2024
Keeping reactor hot with holes
Keeping reactor hot with holes
Leon Rosseau defended his PhD thesis at the Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry on February 7th.

Campus - Career - 07.02.2024
Mediation makes positive impact on suspects in criminal cases
The PhD research of UT researcher Jiska Jonas-Van Dijk shows that mediation can positively impact suspects in criminal cases.

Social Sciences - Research Management - 07.02.2024
3 things you didn't know about community-partnered research projects
3 things you didn’t know about community-partnered research projects
Research partnerships are a powerful way to foster meaningful relationships and create impactful solutions to common challenges.

Health - Innovation - 07.02.2024
UCL spinout secures funding to improve abdominal surgery using AI

Environment - Paleontology - 07.02.2024
66 million-year history of carbon dioxide shows climate is highly sensitive to greenhouse gases
66 million-year history of carbon dioxide shows climate is highly sensitive to greenhouse gases
The last time atmospheric carbon dioxide consistently reached today's human-driven levels was 14 million years ago, researchers have found.

Psychology - Pedagogy - 07.02.2024
Children of care leavers risk inheriting parents' emotional scars
Children of care leavers risk inheriting parents’ emotional scars
The trauma associated with care experience casts a long shadow on mothers' mental health and that of their children, finds new UCL research. The researchers found that mothers who had lived in care were at greater risk of mental health difficulties than their peers who hadn't experienced care, with their children also experiencing higher rates of psychological problems.

History / Archeology - Linguistics / Literature - 07.02.2024
Rare American edition of Phillis Wheatley Peters poems acquired by U-M Clements Library

Campus - Computer Science - 07.02.2024
Engineering online programs again ranked among nation’s best

Environment - Art and Design - 07.02.2024
Illustrating India’s complex environmental crises

Microtechnics - 07.02.2024
Q&A: Helping robots identify objects in cluttered spaces
Q&A: Helping robots identify objects in cluttered spaces
Imagine a coffee cup sitting on a table. Now, imagine a book partially obscuring the cup. As humans, we still know what the coffee cup is even though we can't see all of it. But a robot might be confused. Robots in warehouses and even around our houses struggle to identify and pick up objects if they are too close together, or if a space is cluttered.

Career - Electroengineering - 06.02.2024
2.5 million euros for research on 'lightning in a bottle'
2.5 million euros for research on ’lightning in a bottle’

Astronomy / Space - Event - 06.02.2024
Media invitation: Satellite reentries explained

Career - 06.02.2024
New Ivey report outlines how firms can effectively increase female representation 
New Ivey report outlines how firms can effectively increase female representation 
A recent report from Ivey Business School's Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management introduces distinct strategies for achieving gender parity in the workplace, tailored to the predominant gender makeup of different industries.

Computer Science - Mathematics - 06.02.2024
University of Waterloo joins Post-Quantum Cryptography Alliance

Physics - Innovation - 06.02.2024
Quantum insights: Professor Ian Walmsley in Parliament
Professor Ian Walmsley appeared in front of the Science, Innovation and Technology select committee to discuss 'Commercialising Quantum Technologies' At the hearing, the third of the Committee's inqu

Innovation - Health - 06.02.2024
UK scientists to supercharge Artificial Intelligence in revolutionary £80 million national initiative
The University of Glasgow is helping to put the UK at the forefront of AI advances, using it to transform current uses and tackle important global challenges.

Health - Innovation - 06.02.2024
Universities secures £12 million boost for AI innovation

Innovation - Environment - 06.02.2024
Cardiff lends expertise to UK-wide AI research initiative
Cardiff lends expertise to UK-wide AI research initiative

Physics - Materials Science - 06.02.2024
Matthieu Verstraete appointed as Professor in Ab Initio Simulations of Quantum Materials
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