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Environment - Campus - 18.04.2024
New major crosses disciplines to address climate change
Combining engineering, earth system science, and the social sciences, Course 1-12 prepares students to develop climate solutions.

Computer Science - Campus - 18.04.2024
For more open and equitable public discussions on social media, try ’meronymity’
A communication system whose users reveal only a few verified aspects of their identity can empower less confident participants to speak up, researchers report.

Paleontology - Life Sciences - 17.04.2024
Manchester paleontologist unearths what may be the largest known marine reptile
Part of the research team in 2020 examining the initial finds (at the back) of the new discovery made by Ruby and Justin Reynolds. Additional sections of the bone were subsequently discovered. From left to right, Dr Dean Lomax, Ruby Reynolds, Justin Reynolds and Paul de la Salle. Credit: Dr Dean Lomax A palaeontologist at The University of Manchester has identified the fossilised remains of a second gigantic jawbone measuring more than two metres long.

Health - Innovation - 17.04.2024
Artificial Intelligence beats doctors in accurately assessing eye problems
A study has found that the AI model GPT-4 significantly exceeds the ability of non-specialist doctors to assess eye problems and provide advice.

Campus - 17.04.2024
National roaming increases resilience of phone networks
Brazilian website Bulgarian website Greek website Indonesian website LatAm website Romanian website Mobile phone networks are critical infrastructure elements as more and more services depend on wireless connections.

Physics - Chemistry - 17.04.2024
Two-dimensional nanomaterial sets record for expert-defying, counter-intuitive expansion
Two-dimensional nanomaterial sets record for expert-defying, counter-intuitive expansion
It is a common hack to stretch a balloon out to make it easier to inflate. When the balloon stretches, the width crosswise shrinks to the size of a string.

Innovation - Microtechnics - 17.04.2024
Siemens opens its largest cooperation center worldwide at TUM
Siemens opens its largest cooperation center worldwide at TUM

Economics - Career - 17.04.2024
Students pitch solution to boost productivity in manufacturing 
Students pitch solution to boost productivity in manufacturing 

Health - Innovation - 17.04.2024
Graham Seed Fund strengthens partnerships with regional hospitals and health-care providers
Graham Seed Fund strengthens partnerships with regional hospitals and health-care providers

Life Sciences - Physics - 17.04.2024
With the first Solvay Conference for Biology, the International Solvay Institutes are continuing a major and important scientific tradition
With the first Solvay Conference for Biology, the International Solvay Institutes are continuing a major and important scientific tradition

Health - 17.04.2024
New publication in International Journal of Population Data Science (April 2024)
New publication in International Journal of Population Data Science (April 2024)
Jen Murphy and Mark Elliot , from the department of Social Statistics have just published a study in the International Journal of Population Data Science.

Social Sciences - 17.04.2024
New publication in leading Social Networks journal
New publication in leading Social Networks journal

Chemistry - Physics - 17.04.2024
Tracking electrons with attosecond lasers

Psychology - 17.04.2024
Programme to tackle children’s mental health delivers more than £5m of benefits to society

Health - 17.04.2024
Supportive housing program for Californians experiencing homelessness shows promise
Supportive housing program for Californians experiencing homelessness shows promise
Housing for a Healthy California program moved 200-plus people into housing, lowered their medical costs Nation, World + Society Housing for a Healthy California program moved 200-plus people into housing, lowered their medical costs Key takeaways From January 2021 to December 2022, the Housing for a Healthy California program provided permanent housing to 230 individuals experiencing homelessness, most having been without stable housing for more than one year.

Career - Campus - 17.04.2024
Knight Science Journalism Program launches HBCU Science Journalism Fellowship

Innovation - Environment - 17.04.2024
Hanover Fair: TU Ilmenau presents important technological innovations
Hanover Fair: TU Ilmenau presents important technological innovations
At this year's Hannover Messe, the Technische Universität Ilmenau is presenting an innovative technology for autonomous vehicles that assesses the intentions of pedestrians at the side of the road online so that the vehicle reacts immediately and correctly in the event of danger.

Campus - 17.04.2024
A Decade of Learning in the Heart of the Nation

Environment - 17.04.2024
New publication in Sustainable Development
New publication in Sustainable Development

Innovation - Economics - 17.04.2024
FHStartup Fellow SKEETOO presents natural solution against mosquitoes
FHStartup Fellow SKEETOO presents natural solution against mosquitoes
The two FH Salzburg students Kathrin Buchinger-Schlader and Daniela Gefahrt developed a project idea as part of their studies and have now presented their product - a soap that is also effective against mosquitoes and gnats - to the jury and a wide TV audience on the show "2 Minuten 2 Millionen".

Environment - Politics - 17.04.2024
The energy transition will require popular supports
The energy transition will require popular supports
To achieve a decarbonized world, clean energy sources will have to be widely adopted - yet there's a range of obstacles in the way. A number of researchers are studying these obstacles and mapping out strategies for getting past them. Here's a look at some of their findings. The first one is financial.

Health - Veterinary - 17.04.2024
Results for: UCalgary Companion Animal Health Fund accelerates pioneering veterinary-medicine research
Your dog is struck by a car. Rushed to the nearest animal hospital, Fluffy is in shock - blood pressure low, heart rate high, and he's struggling to breathe.

Innovation - Economics - 17.04.2024
'Just have fun with it' - Insights into the world of AI
’Just have fun with it’ - Insights into the world of AI

Environment - Earth Sciences - 17.04.2024
Marine fossil record reveals climate change insights
Marine fossil record reveals climate change insights
As ocean temperatures continue to rise due to climate change, marine plankton may be the newest candidate to act as an oceanic early alert system.

Politics - 17.04.2024
Democracy Sausage: Calming tensions with Bob Carr
Democracy Sausage: Calming tensions with Bob Carr

Health - 17.04.2024
Health and Wellbeing Community of Practice Workshop Series: Term 3
Health and Wellbeing Community of Practice Workshop Series: Term 3

Architecture - History / Archeology - 17.04.2024
Course teaches students intricacies of curating an exhibition

Environment - Economics - 17.04.2024
EMerge Americas: Showcasing research excellence

Environment - Innovation - 17.04.2024
Q&A: Claire Walsh on how J-PAL’s King Climate Action Initiative tackles the twin climate and poverty crises
Since 2020, K-CAI has innovated and tested climate policies in more than 35 countries and supported scale-ups that have reached over 15 million people.

Health - 17.04.2024
Extreme risk protection order: What to know if needed
New toolkit developed by the University of Michigan provides guidance, understanding of Michigan's two-month-old red flag law The University of Michigan has published a web-based toolkit designed to support the use and implementation of Michigan's new extreme risk protection order, or ERPO, law.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 17.04.2024
Ice age climate analysis reduces worst-case warming expected from rising CO2
As carbon dioxide accumulates in the atmosphere, the Earth will get hotter. But exactly how much warming will result from a certain increase in CO2 is under study. The relationship between CO2 and warming, known as climate sensitivity, determines what future we should expect as CO2 levels continue to climb.

Health - 17.04.2024
Students with disabilities match with residency programs at lower rates
Applicants to U.S. medical residency programs who report a disability match at lower rates than their peers, especially for surgical programs, says a new study.

Innovation - Career - 17.04.2024
A home where world-changing innovations take flight
A home where world-changing innovations take flight

Innovation - 16.04.2024
Q and A with the Experts: Legal implications of generative artificial intelligence
Q and A with the Experts: Legal implications of generative artificial intelligence

Campus - Art and Design - 16.04.2024
Uniting science and art through STEAM education
Uniting science and art through STEAM education

Career - Politics - 16.04.2024
Between digitalization and a shortage of skilled workers
Between digitalization and a shortage of skilled workers
Roughly nine out of ten Thuringians are convinced that democracy is the best form of government. However, the citizens of the Free State are less and less satisfied with their experience of democracy.

Innovation - 16.04.2024
VUB spin-off uses advanced imaging technology to document restoration of Van Eyck masterpiece

Health - Campus - 16.04.2024
UCL shares in £10.5 million award to train cancer clinician scientists
UCL shares in £10.5 million award to train cancer clinician scientists

Innovation - Environment - 16.04.2024
VU signs DNNL agreement to expand diversity, sustainability and entrepreneurship
On April 16, President of the Executive Board Margrethe Jonkman and Chief Impact Officer Davide Iannuzzi have signed an agreement with the Dutch New Narrative Lab (DNNL).

Health - 16.04.2024
Microenvironmental Reorganization in Brain Tumors Following Radiotherapy
Microenvironmental Reorganization in Brain Tumors Following Radiotherapy
This research explores a new opensource method for high dimensional spatial proteomic imaging of complex tissue samples, revealing disparate spatial reorganization in glioblastoma and brain metastasis following radiotherapy.

Health - Social Sciences - 16.04.2024
Claudia Zimmermann receives OeGEpi Prize of the Society for Epidemiology
Claudia Zimmermann, a member of the Department of Epidemiology at MedUni Vienna's Center for Public Health, has been awarded this year's Best Paper Award by the Austrian Society for Epidemiology for

Innovation - 16.04.2024
Digital Innovation School starts at the Complexity Science Hub
Digital Innovation School starts at the Complexity Science Hub

Campus - Pedagogy - 16.04.2024
The key pillars of the new Rectorate at the University of Geneva
The key pillars of the new Rectorate at the University of Geneva

Environment - 16.04.2024
UCL Press downloads hit 10 million
UCL Press downloads hit 10 million
More than 10 million books and journals, published by UCL Press, the UK's first fully Open Access University Press, have now been downloaded - signalling the popularity and transformation effect of this more sustainable publishing model. UCL Press's pioneering Open Access (OA) programme spans many of the major academic disciplines, from history to philosophy and the sciences to anthropology. The Press has published 339 books that have been downloaded more than 8.7 million times, while its 14 journals have attracted more than 2.6 million downloads.

Economics - Art and Design - 16.04.2024
Fifteen arts and humanities projects selected under entrepreneurial funding scheme

Innovation - 16.04.2024
Regulation of technology calls for a different view of humans

Computer Science - 16.04.2024
Federal Funding: AI Research for Secure Software Development
Federal Funding: AI Research for Secure Software Development
A research project at the University of Würzburg (JMU) has received 137,000 euros in federal funding. The project will develop an AI early warning system to prevent errors in the development of new software. The research project is being carried out by a team led by Professor Ingo Scholtes, chair of Machine Learning for Complex Networks at the CAIDAS Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Data Science.

Psychology - Pedagogy - 16.04.2024
Too much screen time? U-M pioneers digital wellness program for youths

Environment - 16.04.2024
Early career researchers from across the world unite at the University of Warwick to tackle climate change

History / Archeology - Campus - 16.04.2024
New book dives into history of Dutch secret service
Stories about the secret services during the interwar period, sensitive documents buried in a backyard to hide them from the Nazis, and a report classified as a state secret for 60 years.