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Astronomy - Aug 20
The full suite of scientific instruments, including cameras that will give us our eyes on Mars, the drill that will retrieve pristine soil samples from below the surface, and the onboard laboratory that will seek out signs of life are all installed on the ExoMars rover.
Life Sciences - Aug 20

Researchers use data from U.S. and Denmark to discover correlation to neuropsychiatric disorders - A new study led by University of Chicago researchers suggests a significant link between exposure to environmental pollution and an increase in the prevalence of neuropsychiatric disorders.

Chemistry - Aug 20

A new model by researchers in Carnegie Mellon University's College of Engineering shows that health hazards from fires go beyond the burned areas, and fire emissions can contribute to cardiovascular disease hundreds of miles from the flames.

Environment - Aug 20

New study finds that insufficient nutrient supply has not been properly accounted for in ecosystem models.

Computer Science - Aug 20
Computer Science

For now, augmented reality remains mostly a solo activity, but soon people might be using the technology in groups for collaborating on work or creative projects.

Materials Science - Aug 20

Deriving drinkable water from seawater, treating wastewater and conducting kidney dialysis are just a few important processes that use a technology called membrane filtration. The key to the process is the membrane filter — a thin, semi-porous film that allows certain substances such as water to pass through while separating out other, unwanted substances.

Veterinary Science - Aug 20
Veterinary Science

Sleeping with the head tucked in the back feathers is a common behavior exhibited by most species of birds.


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Astronomy / Space Science - 20.08.2019
Thomas Pesquet on a new underwater lunar adventure
Thomas Pesquet on a new underwater lunar adventure
Over the next two weeks ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet, NASA astronaut Drew Feustel and Japanese astronaut Norishige Kanai will take part in a new NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) mi

Environment - 18:33
European mega-heatwaves linked to drought
European mega-heatwaves linked to drought
Heatwaves are the deadliest natural disaster in Europe and have become increasingly frequent and intense in recent years.

Health - Innovation / Technology - 16:05
ICR joins Imperial’s Academic Health Science Centre partnership
The Institute of Cancer Research, London, has joined the Imperial College Academic Health Science Centre (AHSC).

Life Sciences - 14:36
Queen bees face increased chance of execution if they mate with two males rather than one
Queen bees face increased chance of execution if they mate with two males rather than one
Queen stingless bees face an increased risk of being executed by worker bees if they mate with two males rather than one, according to new research by the University of Sussex and the University of São Paulo. A colony may kill their queen because of the quality of offspring, according to the paper by Professor Francis Ratnieks, from the University of Sussex, along with colleagues Ayrton Vollet-Neto and Vera Imperatriz-Fonseca from the University of São Paulo, published in a leading evolutionary journal, the American Naturalist.

Life Sciences - Environment - 14:19
Food security from oceans
Food security from oceans
Our growing need for food poses one of the biggest threats to the environment. Examining contributions from the ocean more closely can be key to addressing the challenge.

Innovation / Technology - Life Sciences - 13:35
UC receives its 11th U.S. patent for CRISPR-Cas9
The University of California, the University of Vienna and Emmanuelle Charpentier received an 11 th U.S. patent involving CRISPR-Cas9, further expanding the reach of UC's patented technology relating to this revolutionary gene-editing tool.

Innovation / Technology - Health - 13:31
3D printing of silicone components
3D printing of silicone components
ETH spin-off Spectroplast has developed a method to make silicone products using a 3D printer. The young company now plans to bring to market customised medical products such as hearing aids, breast prosthesis for breast cancer patients and eventually even artificial heart valves.

Environment - 12:05
Pennsylvania’s Solar Future Is Sunnier Thanks to Heinz College
The Green New Deal has dominated the environmental conversation in 2019, but that doesn't mean the debates around climate change and renewable energy only happen at the federal level.

Life Sciences - Innovation / Technology - 10:37
New campus center poised to push the boundaries of genetic science
Recognizing that genomic research is at the forefront of modern biological investigation and underscoring UW-Madison's strong status in this rapidly evolving field have led to creation of a new campus center.

Business / Economics - 20.08.2019
Over a quarter of those engaging with esports betting tweets in the UK are children
Over a quarter of those engaging with esports betting tweets are children under the age of 16, according to a new report which suggests esports gambling may be as attractive to children as the computer games themselves.

Chemistry - Physics - 19.08.2019
What it’s like to be a chemist
In the third in a series on what the lives of Stanford researchers actually look like , chemists Noah Burns, Laura Dassama, Michael Fayer and Hemamala Karunadasa talk about their paths into the field, the joys of making new molecules and the way in which "the central science" pervades our lives.

Innovation / Technology - Physics - 19.08.2019

Social Sciences - 19.08.2019

Pharmacology - Health - 19.08.2019
Novartis to present new Entresto HFpEF and HFrEF data at ESC Congress 2019
PARAGON-HF trial will provide Entresto (sacubitril/valsartan) Phase III full results in heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF)   New PROVE-HF and EVALUATE-HF studies will highlight Entresto's direct impact on the heart in heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF)   New PIONEER-HF and TRANSITION-HF findings will advance understanding of Entresto use in patients hospitalized for decompensated HFrEF following stabilizatio

Health - Innovation / Technology - 19.08.2019

Life Sciences - Social Sciences - 19.08.2019
Getting Teens Hooked on STEM
Getting Teens Hooked on STEM
It's 1 p.m. on a sunny afternoon in July - smack dab in the middle of summer break - and a perfect 75 degrees outside; but Jonathan Park is laser-focused.

Innovation / Technology - Environment - 19.08.2019
Innovative valve train saves 20% fuel
Innovative valve train saves 20% fuel
Internal combustion engines require valves to aspirate and discharge gases. Engine designers require a high degree of flexibility to improve efficiency, reduce pollutants and optimize the use of renewable fuels.

Life Sciences - Health - 17.08.2019
Function from structure: the double life of a DUB
Function from structure: the double life of a DUB
Deubiquitinases (DUBs) play a general role removing protein-degrading ubiquitins throughout the cell and are not typically known for specificity. Analyzing the two protein complexes BRISC and BRCA1-A, which have the same DUB core but play different roles in human biology, the Thomä group - in a collaboration with the Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research (NIBR) - showed that DUBs can have diversified targeting and regulatory functions.

Social Sciences - 17.08.2019

Life Sciences - Pharmacology - 16.08.2019
Berkeley Talks transcript: Take an intoxicating plants tour at UC Botanical Garden
Sal Levinson: I'm Sal Levinson - I'm a propagator at the UC Botanical Garden. I work in native propagation, I grow plants that we sell here, and I also do the butterfly tours here.

Sport - 16.08.2019
Berkeley librarian's personal best? A 303-pound deadlift
Berkeley librarian’s personal best? A 303-pound deadlift
It wasn't Berkeley librarian Hilary Schiraldi's plan to become a powerlifter. Growing up, she didn't consider herself an athletic person.

Life Sciences - Social Sciences - 16.08.2019
Explores ’concept of the ordinary’--100 words at a time
Prof. Lauren Berlant is a renowned thinker, one who has earned acclaim not only as a leading voice in the study of gender and sexuality, but as an incisive cultural critic.

Philosophy - 16.08.2019
Philosopher calls for contributions on childbirth to break down unhelpful taboos
Bringing new life into the world is no easy feat, but how much do we really talk about and how much remains a taboo topic?

Astronomy / Space Science - Administration - 16.08.2019

Academic Rankings - 16.08.2019

Pharmacology - Health - 16.08.2019
FDA approves Roche’s RozlytrekTM (entrectinib) for people with ROS1-positive, metastatic non-small cell lung cancer and NTRK gene fusion-positive solid tumours
First FDA-approved treatment designed to target both ROS1 and NTRK that also shows response in cancer that has spread to the brain Roche's first FDA-approved tumour-agnostic medicine Roche today announced that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Rozlytrek?

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 15.08.2019

Astronomy / Space Science - Physics - 15.08.2019
Scientists to create 3-D map of ten million galaxies in the universe
Scientists to create 3-D map of ten million galaxies in the universe
Sussex scientists to create 3-D map of ten million galaxies in the universe Physicists at the University of Sussex will be part of a global team of scientists creating a three-dimensional map of ten million galaxies neighbouring our own.

Palaeontology - Life Sciences - 15.08.2019
Women don beards to highlight gender bias in science
Leslea Hlusko, a paleoanthropologist, with primate skull casts in Berkeley's Human Evolution Research Center.

History / Archeology - 15.08.2019

Life Sciences - 15.08.2019
Single protein plays important dual shipping role in the brain
Just as a packaging breakdown can hamstring delivery of cables, switches and connectors to a house under construction, removing a protein from neurons can block the "shipment" of proteins to developing axons.

Pedagogy - 15.08.2019

Computer Science / Telecom - Microtechnics - 15.08.2019
Suit up with a robot to walk AND run more easily
A versatile, portable exosuit that assists both walking and running highlights the potential for lightweight and non-restrictive wearable robots outside the lab Between walking at a leisurely pace and running for your life, human gaits can cover a wide range of speeds.

Astronomy / Space Science - Event - 15.08.2019
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