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Life Sciences - Event - 09.03.2020
Life-Giving Potion and Maternal Elixir
Life-Giving Potion and Maternal Elixir
Milk provides sustenance and protection and is the basis of life for all mammals just after they are born.

Life Sciences - Astronomy / Space Science - 07.03.2020
Producing Human Tissue in Space
Producing Human Tissue in Space
The University of Zurich has sent adult human stem cells to the International Space Station (ISS). Researchers from UZH Space Hub will explore the production of human tissue in weightlessness. On 6 March at 11:50 p.m. EST, the International Space Station resupply mission Space X CRS-20 took off from Cape Canaveral (USA).

Life Sciences - Health - 06.03.2020
The Future of Human Healing Lies in the Brain of a Starfish
The incredible benefits of stem cell therapy have been widely known for decades. It can alleviate the pain of arthritis and help patients heal exponentially faster after surgery.

Life Sciences - Health - 04.03.2020
2019 UCLA microscopy image and video contest winners selected
The Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research at UCLA recently named the winners of its 2019 UCLA-wide light microscopy image and video contest.

Economics / Business - Life Sciences - 04.03.2020

Administration - Life Sciences - 03.03.2020

Life Sciences - 03.03.2020
The origin of satiety: brain cells that change shape after a meal
The origin of satiety: brain cells that change shape after a meal
You just finished a good meal and are feeling full? Researchers from the CNRS, Inrae, University of Burgundy, Université de Paris, Inserm, and University of Luxembourg 1 have just revealed the mechanisms in our brains that lead to this state.

Life Sciences - 03.03.2020
"Biology lessons at school should be exciting"
University of Münster Collaborative Research Centre 1348 ' "Dynamic Cellular Interfaces" ' offers work placements for senior school students majoring in Biology For two weeks, every spring and autumn,

Environment - Life Sciences - 02.03.2020

Life Sciences - Psychology - 02.03.2020

Health - Life Sciences - 02.03.2020
20,000 euros for junior scientists in "cell dynamics and imaging"
Carrying out interdisciplinary research and broadening scientific horizons / Cells in Motion Interfaculty Centre at the University of Münster supports career steps Acquiring funding for your own research ideas, gaining experience in various working groups or presenting your research findings at international conferences - these are all important steps on the career ladder in science.

Life Sciences - Health - 02.03.2020
Biologist Tim Stearns presides over Stanford's 2019-20 Faculty Senate
Biologist Tim Stearns presides over Stanford’s 2019-20 Faculty Senate
Biologist Tim Stearns, who joined the Stanford faculty in 1993 and is chair of the Faculty Senate, says an undergraduate course in genetics ignited his passion for molecular biology ' and set him on the path to academia.

Life Sciences - Health - 02.03.2020
Common bee virus causes bees to forage prematurely
Honey bee pollination contributes roughly $15 billion to the U.S. agricultural industry each year, but diseases like deformed wing virus (DWV) can devastate bee health.  DWV is the most prevalent virus responsible for honey bee colony losses. It often causes infected bees to forage prematurely, which can cause diminished spatial memory and colony failure.

Health - Life Sciences - 28.02.2020
Researchers produce first physiotherapy guidance for Huntington's disease
Researchers produce first physiotherapy guidance for Huntington’s disease
Cardiff University researchers are part of a global consortium who have published the first clinical guidance for the management of Huntington's disease through physiotherapy.

Life Sciences - Health - 27.02.2020
Women in STEM: Oluwaseun Ogundele
Oluwaseun Ogundele is a research assistant in the Hendrich Lab at the Wellcome-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute.

Environment - Life Sciences - 25.02.2020
Adaptation: Competition and predation may not be the driving force scientists thought
Channels McGill University News and Events Species adapt to their local climates, but how often they adapt to their local communities remains a mystery. To find answers, researchers at McGill University and the University of British Columbia examined over 125 studies testing local adaptation in over 100 species of plants and animals in an article published in The American Naturalist .

Life Sciences - 25.02.2020
Innovative dyes for keeping produce fresh
Innovative dyes for keeping produce fresh
Guest scientist from Nigeria wants to counteract problems in sub-Saharan Africa / Cooperation with Center for Soft Nanoscience at the University of Münster In Sub-Saharan Africa, farmers rush their fresh fruits and vegetables to market to sell them before they go bad.

Administration - Life Sciences - 25.02.2020

Health - Life Sciences - 25.02.2020

Astronomy / Space Science - Life Sciences - 24.02.2020
J. William Schopf’s quest to fill a black hole of knowledge
Paleobiologist J. William Schopf — in his 52nd year as a UCLA faculty member — has been on a quest.

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 23.02.2020
A chemist investigates how proteins assume their shape
A chemist investigates how proteins assume their shape
Matt Shoulders hopes to shed light on diseases linked to flawed protein folding. When proteins are first made in our cells, they often exist as floppy chains until specialized cellular machinery helps them fold into the right shapes. Only after achieving this correct structure can most proteins perform their biological functions.

Life Sciences - Health - 19.02.2020
Boys with inattention-hyperactivity face increased risk for traumatic brain injuries
Channels McGill University News and Events McGill-led research shows that boys exhibiting inattention-hyperactivity at age 10 have a higher risk for traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) in adolescence and adulthood. Treatments to reduce these behaviours may decrease the risk for TBIs.

Mathematics - Life Sciences - 19.02.2020
Michael Sipser to step down as School of Science dean
Michael Sipser to step down as School of Science dean
Mathematician to return to the faculty after six years leading MIT's second-largest school.

Environment - Life Sciences - 19.02.2020
Scientists produce emergency plan to halt decline in freshwater species and habitats
Scientists produce emergency plan to halt decline in freshwater species and habitats
A global team of scientists has developed the first Emergency Recovery Plan to reverse the rapid decline in the world's freshwater species and habitats. The six-point plan is outlined in a scientific paper, published today in BioScience , calling for urgent steps to tackle threats to biodiversity in rivers, lakes and wetlands.

Life Sciences - Environment - 19.02.2020
Otter genome to help understand genetic legacy of pollution crisis and secure species' future
Otter genome to help understand genetic legacy of pollution crisis and secure species’ future
One of Britain's best-loved mammals is set to receive a boost with the sequencing and release of the first high-quality Eurasian otter genome by scientists at the Wellcome Sanger Institute in partnership with the Cardiff University Otter Project. The genome will be published today through Wellcome Open Research , where it will be openly available for use by the research community.

Life Sciences - Health - 19.02.2020
Collaboration Clusters Connect Pittsburgh Neuroscientists
Deepshikha Acharya adjusts the leads on a black EEG cap strapped to the head of a volunteer test subject in a research lab in Carnegie Mellon University's Scott Hall.

Life Sciences - 17.02.2020
CT scanning an ancient armoured reptile
CT scanning an ancient armoured reptile
Emily Keeble, a recent graduate from the palaeobiology programme at the University, did the work as a summer internship with Professor Mike Benton from Bristol's School of Earth Sciences.

Life Sciences - 17.02.2020
BioScience's Rosa Uribe wins NSF CAREER Award
BioScience’s Rosa Uribe wins NSF CAREER Award
Five-year grant will support study of neural crest cell development Rice University bioscientist Rosa Uribe wants to build better therapies and cures for neurodevelopmental defects and cancer, and a new grant from the National Science Foundation is helping with the next big step.

Life Sciences - Physics - 17.02.2020
’80 Prime’ 2020 Call for projects: 3 winning projects
For the second edition, the CNRS call for projects '80 Prime' has once again given special emphasis to interdisciplinarity and risk-taking.

Life Sciences - Health - 15.02.2020
There will be organisms without biological parents
There will be organisms without biological parents
Bioengineers are on the brink of developing artificial organisms that will open up new applications in medicine and industry. Beat Christen discusses their risks and benefits. Every living creature on earth has parents, grandparents, great-grandparents and so on - representing an unbroken line of ancestry all the way back to the very first organisms that lived here billions of years ago.

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 14.02.2020
Analysis: Is love just a fleeting high fuelled by brain chemicals?
Attempts to reduce love down to one simple cause, whether pheromones or fate, are misguided and romantic love is more complex than simple science, explains Professor Parashkev Nachev (UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology).

Environment - Life Sciences - 14.02.2020
"Bioeconomy has many facets": Science Year 2020
A look inside the newspapers is enough to show us that, from climate change to plastic waste, humanity is confronted with enormous ecological crises which have one thing in common: fossil resources such as oil which, directly or indirectly, are contributing to the catastrophes.

Environment - Life Sciences - 14.02.2020
Sussex staff help bring the City Nature Challenge to The Living Coast
The City Nature Challenge is coming to the Brighton & Lewes Downs Biosphere ( The Living Coast ) for the first time, thanks to the efforts of staff at the University of Sussex.

Life Sciences - 13.02.2020
’Romeo seeking Juliet in the animal kingdom’
Wondering how to woo your crush this Valentine's Day? When it comes to love, don't wing it — take a lesson from the birds (and bees) instead.

Environment - Life Sciences - 13.02.2020
Baby Dragons Hatched at Birch Aquarium
For the first time ever, Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego has bred and successfully hatched two rare Weedy Seadragons.

Life Sciences - 12.02.2020
Dark Data: Why what you don’t know matters
Emeritus professor David Hand launched his latest book on the universe of information at Imperial College London.

Life Sciences - Astronomy / Space Science - 12.02.2020

Environment - Life Sciences - 12.02.2020
Talking wolves’ diets with U of M
Recently published research from the University of Minnesota reveals new details about wolves' diets, concluding wolves consume large amounts of blueberries in the summer and even provision their pups with blueberries.

Physics - Life Sciences - 12.02.2020
Three McGill researchers among 2020 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellows
Channels McGill University News and Events By Amanda Testani Today, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation announced the selection of 126 extraordinary early career researchers as recipients of the 2020 Sloan Research Fellowship.

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