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Health - 24.06.2024
Team care clinics may be better than stand-alone doctor offices for a healthier population
Team care clinics may be better than stand-alone doctor offices for a healthier population
UCalgary study finds people have fewer emergency department visits and hospitalizations when they are supported by a health-care team For the past two years, Dr. Terrence McDonald, MD, and a te

Astronomy / Space - Architecture - 23.06.2024
Designing for outer space
With NASA planning permanent bases in space and on the moon, MIT students develop prototypes for habitats far from planet Earth.

Astronomy / Space - 21.06.2024
A black hole of inexplicable mass
A black hole of inexplicable mass
The black hole already weighed a billion solar masses when the universe was still in its infancy The James Webb Space Telescope observed a galaxy in a particularly young stage of the universe.

Psychology - Life Sciences - 21.06.2024
Opinion: Bipolar disorder - we've pinpointed the brain areas which drive mood bias
Opinion: Bipolar disorder - we’ve pinpointed the brain areas which drive mood bias
New research to uncover the brain areas that bias mood and the brain's response in bipolar disorder could one day lead to better treatments, writes Dr Hestia Moningka (UCL Psychology & Language Sciences) in The Conversation.

Materials Science - Innovation - 21.06.2024
Manchester AI expert helps local SME develop the technology to battle battery waste
Manchester AI expert helps local SME develop the technology to battle battery waste

Physics - Social Sciences - 21.06.2024
Advancing physics and reclaiming Indigenous roots

Pharmacology - Economics - 21.06.2024
Revealed: UK Drug Companies Repeatedly Violate their Marketing Code, warns research
New data analysis highlights potential "serious consequences" for patient health and lengthy complaint processing times.

Materials Science - Physics - 21.06.2024
New X-ray machine unveils the ’hidden layers’ of materials
On the 21 of June, the Nanolab of the University of Twente opened a new state-of-the-art research facility.

Pedagogy - 21.06.2024
First lessons for la carte literacy teaching for school pupils

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 21.06.2024
Volunteer archaeologists dig deeper at city park
Volunteer archaeologists dig deeper at city park
A mysterious ceremonial monument is set to be uncovered for the third phase of an archaeological dig in Trelai Park.

Chemistry - Innovation - 21.06.2024
Promise green hydrogen may not always be fulfilled
Promise green hydrogen may not always be fulfilled
Kiane de Kleijne examined not only the benefits of green hydrogen, but also the emissions associated with producing and transporting green hydrogen.

Sport - Innovation - 21.06.2024
TU Delft presents faster and safer suit for kiter Annelous Lammerts
For the first time, kitesurfing is on the Olympic Games programme, with the Dutch Annelous Lammerts as one of the top participants.

Chemistry - Environment - 21.06.2024
Climate promise green hydrogen may not always be fulfilled
Green hydrogen often, but certainly not always, leads to CO2 gains. This claim is based on research published in Nature Energy by Kiane de Kleijne from Radboud University and Eindhoven University of Technology.

Environment - Life Sciences - 21.06.2024
'At five degrees more, all the males were sterile'
’At five degrees more, all the males were sterile’
In her doctoral thesis, Dr Berta Canal investigated the effects of heat on the reproductive capacity of fruit flies Dr Berta Canal recently completed her doctoral thesis at the Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity (IEB) at the University of Mnster that examined the effects of heat stress on the reproductive capacity of fruit flies ( Drosophila ).

History / Archeology - 21.06.2024
In Juneteenth Keynote, CMU Historian Outlines Harriet Tubman’s Role in Civil War Raid

Sport - Innovation - 21.06.2024
'Sciences 2024': research goes for Olympic gold
’Sciences 2024’: research goes for Olympic gold

Microtechnics - Innovation - 21.06.2024
At the intersection of robotics and machine learning
At the intersection of robotics and machine learning

Health - Life Sciences - 21.06.2024
New Ragon Institute building opens in the heart of Kendall Square
New Ragon Institute building opens in the heart of Kendall Square

Health - 21.06.2024
Ralf Schmidt receives ASciNA Award
Ralf Schmidt receives ASciNA Award

Linguistics / Literature - 21.06.2024
'Our main work is about dialogue, which is not always comfortable'
’Our main work is about dialogue, which is not always comfortable’

Social Sciences - 21.06.2024
The European project MERGING has integrated migrants with high residential and social vulnerability in Valencia
Beneficiaries of Caliu Urb (above) and the project monitoring committee (below), with the members of the University of Valencia Carles Xavier Sim, Ana Sales, Jordi Giner (lecturers) and Christian Varjas and Anna Urcullu (student interns).

Career - 21.06.2024
The 4-day week put to the test - TU Ilmenau research project takes stock
The 4-day week can, if tailored specifically to a company, make the organization more flexible and at the same time strengthen the employees - this is the most important finding from the pilot test that has just been completed in two Thuringian companies.

Innovation - Event - 21.06.2024
TU/e Contest gives students with market-worthy innovations a stage
TU/e Contest gives students with market-worthy innovations a stage

Event - Media - 21.06.2024
Media invitation: Ariane 6 inaugural flight pre-launch media briefings

Environment - Event - 21.06.2024
Spinoza laureate Detlef van Vuuren: ’Let the future not only be sustainable, but also just’

Research Management - 21.06.2024
UQ top of Nature rankings

Social Sciences - Economics - 21.06.2024
Indigenizing leadership pathways: A journey through the impactful Ch'nook Scholars program
Indigenizing leadership pathways: A journey through the impactful Ch’nook Scholars program

Career - Computer Science - 21.06.2024
AI Tools Reshape Job Application Process

Art and Design - Innovation - 21.06.2024
New Course Harnesses AI To Kindle Creativity

Life Sciences - Environment - 21.06.2024
Many More Bacteria Produce Greenhouse Gases than Previously Thought
Caltech researchers have discovered a new class of enzymes that enable a myriad of bacteria to "breathe" nitrate when in low-oxygen conditions. While this is an evolutionary advantage for bacterial survival, the process produces the greenhouse gas nitrous oxide (N2O) as a byproduct, the third-most potent greenhouse gas , after carbon dioxide and methane.

Computer Science - Economics - 21.06.2024
Helping nonexperts build advanced generative AI models
MosaicML, co-founded by an MIT alumnus and a professor, made deep-learning models faster and more efficient.

Life Sciences - Campus - 21.06.2024
Emerita Mary-Lou Pardue, pioneering cellular and molecular biologist, dies at 90

Innovation - 21.06.2024
ChatGPT is biased against resumes with credentials that imply a disability - but it can improve
While seeking research internships last year, University of Washington graduate student Kate Glazko noticed recruiters posting online that they'd used OpenAI's ChatGPT and other artificial intelligence tools to summarize resumes and rank candidates.

Environment - Architecture - 21.06.2024
Toward socially and environmentally responsible real estate
Toward socially and environmentally responsible real estate

Health - Campus - 20.06.2024
Canary in the sewer: Using wastewater as a disease early warning tool

Campus - Health - 20.06.2024
Stanford students ride and educate from S.F. to D.C

Campus - Event - 20.06.2024
Four instructors earn inaugural Lecturer’s Award for Teaching and Undergraduate Education

Transport - 20.06.2024
Student team URE presents latest race car; faster through corners and higher top speed
Student team URE presents latest race car; faster through corners and higher top speed

Health - Innovation - 20.06.2024
Reshaping health care with AI innovations
Reshaping health care with AI innovations

Innovation - Environment - 20.06.2024
NEFI+: Innovation boost for the climate-neutral transformation of industry
NEFI+: Innovation boost for the climate-neutral transformation of industry

Environment - Psychology - 20.06.2024
Festivals can be a powerful force for sustainable lifestyle changes
Festivals can be a powerful force for sustainable lifestyle changes
Vegan festival study shows collective experience can motivate people to pursue social change Festivals and mass gatherings can empower and inspire people making lifestyle changes for a sustainable fu

Astronomy / Space - Environment - 20.06.2024
Astronomy through the back door
Astronomy through the back door
Alessandro Morbidelli is a specialist in the evolution and formation of planetary systems, and holds the planetary formation Chair at the Collge de France.

History / Archeology - 20.06.2024
A Blooming Marvellous Archaeological Dig in Glasgow's 1988 Garden Festival site
A Blooming Marvellous Archaeological Dig in Glasgow’s 1988 Garden Festival site

Environment - Computer Science - 20.06.2024
Energy-Efficient Building Design in Real-Time Simulation
Energy-Efficient Building Design in Real-Time Simulation
An interdisciplinary team at TU Graz is revolutionising the design of sustainable buildings. The advantages and disadvantages of different construction measures are visualised in real time using VR simulation.

Health - Life Sciences - 20.06.2024
ME/CFS: New practical guideline published
Up to 80,000 people in Austria suffer from ME/CFS or myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome. Although, the number of people affected by COVID-19 and post-infectious syndromes will continue to rise, there is a lack of public structures specialized in the care of the disease and the needs of affected patients.

Health - 20.06.2024
Supreme Court to decide if domestic abusers can own guns
EXPERT ADVISORY The University of Michigan's April Zeoli , one of the nation's leading researchers on firearms and domestic violence, can discuss the U.S. Supreme Court's impending deci

Administration - 20.06.2024
Government needs to go further in folic acid fortification to prevent avoidable birth defects
Government needs to go further in folic acid fortification to prevent avoidable birth defects

Campus - 20.06.2024
Review and update your equality monitoring information using Inside UCL
Review and update your equality monitoring information using Inside UCL

Environment - 20.06.2024
Crowdsourcing urban weather data doesn’t fill all the knowledge gaps
A lack of crowdsourced weather data in deprived areas across England and Wales could deny climate scientists important information about local weather and climate zones, putting disadvantaged people potentially at risk, finds a new study by UCL researchers. The research, published in Nature Communications, found a significant difference in the distribution of personal weather stations, with greater prevalence in more affluent areas compared to deprived areas.

Environment - 20.06.2024
80 percent of people globally want stronger climate action by governments according to new survey
A new survey of public opinion research reveals the overwhelming majority around the world support more ambitious efforts, and want to overcome geopolitical differences, to fight climate change.
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