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Innovation - 07.09.2022

Astronomy / Space Science - Physics - 07.09.2022

Environment - Campus - 07.09.2022

Health - 07.09.2022
For many patients, ultrasounds could be pivotal for early breast cancer diagnosis
For many patients, ultrasounds could be pivotal for early breast cancer diagnosis
The development of novel ultrasound technology will help radiologists differentiate cancer from benign masses, preventing invasive and unnecessary breast biopsies and multi-year follow-ups Breasts come in all shapes and sizes, as well as various densities-an important consideration when screening for cancer.

Music - 07.09.2022
Hip-hop as a new universal language
Deidre D.S.SENSE Smith has found that, like music itself, hip-hop is becoming a universal language.

Psychology - Health - 07.09.2022
Depression among those caring for partners with dementia can start a decade before dementia diagnosis
Study abstract: Depressive Symptoms and Caregiving Intensity Before and After Onset of Dementia in Partners Depressive symptoms and caregiving hours among older adults caring for partners with dementia can emerge up to 10 years before a routine screening detects the first signs of their partner's cognitive impairment, according to a University of Michigan study.

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 06.09.2022
How are everyday scientific practices influenced by automation and digitalization?
How are everyday scientific practices influenced by automation and digitalization?
Barbara Ribeiro, Robert Meckin, Andrew Balmer and Philip Shapira have published a new paper in Research Policy on the digitalisation paradox of everyday scientific labour.

Psychology - 06.09.2022
Fervent fans keep faith with heroes even after 'immoral acts'
Fervent fans keep faith with heroes even after ’immoral acts’
Analysis of posts from thousands of social media users either side of a scandal - the dramatic fall of YouTube celebrity Logan Paul - shows how hard it is for us to -update our beliefs- about those we support, even when they behave in appalling ways.

Innovation - Economics / Business - 06.09.2022

Agronomy / Food Science - Environment - 06.09.2022
The power of compost - making waste a climate champion
The power of compost - making waste a climate champion
A new way of using compost could boost global crop production and deliver huge benefits to the planet, according to a study co-led by The University of Queensland.

Economics / Business - Health - 06.09.2022

Health - Pharmacology - 06.09.2022
MedUni Vienna coordinating EU project to optimise the use of antirheumatic drugs
MedUni Vienna is coordinating an international research project to optimise the use of disease modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs) for treating rheumatoid arthritis. The SQUEEZE project (Maximising Impact of Prescription Drugs in Rheumatoid Arthritis), with total funding of €10.2 million from the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, includes 13 European consortium partners.

Architecture - 06.09.2022
If you work in Zurich, you should be able to live there - but where exactly?
If you work in Zurich, you should be able to live there - but where exactly?
Much controversy surrounds the Neugasse project in the city Zurich. Spatial development scientist Sibylle Wälty shows how this area could contribute to alleviating the housing shortage: by building more densely than currently planned.

Art and Design - Health - 06.09.2022
Intimate experience of Polish essential workers during COVID showcased in fine art exhibition
A travelling fine art exhibition documents the intimate experiences of Polish migrant essential workers across the UK in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Health - Social Sciences - 06.09.2022
More than 10 million children were affected by COVID-19-associated parental and caregiver deaths
According to a new modelling study, published in JAMA Pediatrics , the number of children estimated to have experienced the death of a parent or caregiver as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic has climbed to more than 10.5 million globally as of May 1, 2022.

Environment - 06.09.2022
CO2 taxation more effective and fairer than certificate trading
CO2 taxation more effective and fairer than certificate trading
Putting a price on CO2 emissions and thus making emissions more expensive can make a significant contribution to reducing them.

Health - Research Management - 06.09.2022
Ghent University researcher wins ERC Proof of Concept Grant
Ghent University researcher wins ERC Proof of Concept Grant
Ghent University researcher Mo Lamkanfi wins an ERC Proof of Concept Grant. With this grant, he aims to identify new anti-inflammatories that could be used in gout, atherosclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and multiple sclerosis.

Social Sciences - Health - 06.09.2022
Children not less active during COVID 19 pandemic
The SOPHYA study of the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH) investigated the physical activity and sports behaviour of children and adolescents throughout Switzerland over a period of five years. Physical activity did not decrease during the COVID 19 pandemic. Results show that the living environment and physical activity of the parents have a significant influence on physical activity behaviour during childhood and thus have a long-term impact on the health of children and later adults.

Campus - 06.09.2022
Ukraine: ¤500,000 in Funding to Host Students and Researchers
"Universities, as autonomous institutions, can also make policy choices and advocate for reasonable decisions to be made.

Health - 06.09.2022
Artificial intelligence in breast cancer treatment
Artificial intelligence in breast cancer treatment
The University of Barcelona is leading a European project to clinically validate an Artificial Intelligence solution to predict the specific response of each patient in breast cancer chemotherapy.

Health - Environment - 06.09.2022
Researcher Raquel Soler analyses the relationship between exposure to manganese and arsenic, and child neuropsychological development
Researcher Raquel Soler analyses the relationship between exposure to manganese and arsenic, and child neuropsychological development
Raquel Soler, researcher of the Valencia cohort of the INMA Project (Childhood and Environment, -Infancia y Medio Ambiente- in Spanish), which studies the role of environmental pollutants on children

Environment - Social Sciences - 06.09.2022
Royal Society elects seven scholars for 2022
Royal Society elects seven scholars for 2022
Humanities , Science , Social Sciences , Human and Social Development , Engineering From palliative care and supramolecular chemistry to experimental poetry, seven University of Victoria researchers,

Campus - 06.09.2022
University of Toronto student team wins national competition with experimental hybrid rocket launch
University of Toronto student team wins national competition with experimental hybrid rocket launch
A team of students from the University of Toronto's Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering recently launched Canada's first-ever experimental hybrid rocket, which was propelled by a mix of solid fuel and a liquid oxidizer.

Economics / Business - 06.09.2022
Alumni Know: How do we know public policies worked?
Data is easier to collect than ever before. Andres Arcila (PhD '20) explains why data is changing public policy and how you can find truth in the numbers. By Megan Vander Woude Office of Advancement As tax-payers, we have a right to know what policies our dollars support - and how effective they are.

Campus - Career - 06.09.2022
Five ways donors support the student experience
As Waterloo welcomes the largest group of in-person learners in three years, find out how charitable gifts are enhancing their experience.

Computer Science - Innovation - 06.09.2022

Innovation - Economics / Business - 06.09.2022

Physics - Innovation - 06.09.2022
Pilot recycling plant for rare earth magnets launched
Pilot recycling plant for rare earth magnets launched
Rare Earth materials used in high performance magnets for electronic devices will be recycled in a new facility.

Innovation - 06.09.2022
£1.1M funding for the world's first needle-free continuous glucose monitor
£1.1M funding for the world’s first needle-free continuous glucose monitor
Transdermal Diagnostics receives £800,000 in seed funding and a £300,000 grant from Innovate UK. Transdermal Diagnostics , a University of Bath spinout company developing technology to monitor glucos

Environment - 06.09.2022
Electricity prices dictated by gas producers who provide less than half of UK electricity
Natural gas is the main driver of electricity prices across Europe confirms research published by UCL.

Social Sciences - Health - 06.09.2022
Preschoolers with special needs benefit from evidenced-based practices
Academic research on children with special needs is often overlooked. That is why the work accomplished by University of Miami Ph.D.

Economics / Business - 06.09.2022

Law - Pedagogy - 05.09.2022

Economics / Business - 05.09.2022
Fans influence video games, but this mainly benefits the gaming industry
Many fans of online video games make their own content, inspired by their favourite game: from self-invented storylines to new characters.
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