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Life Sciences - Psychology - 31.01.2020
A chat with the expert: Rosalba Morese
Finissage della mostra 'Koen Vanmechelen. The Worth of Life 1982-2019' Academy of Architecture The Overproduction of truth.

Paleontology - Life Sciences - 31.01.2020
Our image of dinosaurs was shaped by Victorian popularity contests
Our knowledge of dinosaurs has expanded greatly since the public first became aware of their existence, but the history of these animals encompasses more than just the fossils themselves, writes Richard Fallon (UCL Science & Technology Studies).

Life Sciences - Health - 30.01.2020

Astronomy / Space Science - Life Sciences - 30.01.2020

Life Sciences - 29.01.2020
"Knowing something and teaching it are two very different things"
Bruno Correia, the head of EPFL's Laboratory of Protein Design and Immunoengineering, has been named the best teacher in the life sciences and technology section for 2019 - just four years after giving his first-ever class.

Life Sciences - 29.01.2020
After a bone injury, shape-shifting cells rush to the rescue
Conventional thinking is that bone regeneration is left to a small number of mighty cells called skeletal stem cells, which reside within larger groups of bone marrow stromal cells.

Life Sciences - Health - 29.01.2020
From complex data to simple images
From complex data to simple images
Mariëlle van Kooten's ingenious idea won the ETH doctoral student second place in the international Falling Walls Lab in Berlin. She is developing an app that creates simple images from complex medical data. This makes it easier for the untrained eye to navigate the data jungle. Mariëlle van Kooten feels quite at home on stage - that is obvious just a few seconds into her appearance at the Falling Walls Lab.

Life Sciences - 28.01.2020
Nobelists urge Trump to require free access to federally funded research
Led by UC Berkeley's Randy Schekman, 21 Nobel laureates from the United States have sent an open letter to President Donald Trump urging him to follow through on a rumored plan to make all federally funded research studies free for the public to read immediately upon publication.

Life Sciences - Pharmacology - 28.01.2020
More than a knee injury: ACL tears cause harmful changes in our brain structure
More than a knee injury: ACL tears cause harmful changes in our brain structure
It's known that some joint function is often permanently lost after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, and re-injury is common even with intensive physical therapy, but it's unclear why. New research from the University of Michigan School of Kinesiology shows structural changes in the brains of patients who underwent ACL reconstruction.

Life Sciences - Health - 24.01.2020
Potential predation prevention: Remind cattle they are herd animals
A heard of curious cows watches Louchouarn place a trail camera on the Spruce Ranching Co-op field site in Alberta, Canada.

Pharmacology - Life Sciences - 24.01.2020

Life Sciences - 24.01.2020
UQ responds to coronavirus pandemic
UQ responds to coronavirus pandemic
The University of Queensland has been asked to develop a vaccine for the recent coronavirus outbreak at unprecedented speed, using new technology.

Pharmacology - Life Sciences - 24.01.2020
UQ responds to coronavirus outbreak
The University of Queensland has been asked to develop a vaccine for the recent coronavirus outbreak at unprecedented speed, using new technology.

Pharmacology - Life Sciences - 23.01.2020
’A Tornado at the Front Door, a Tsunami at the Back Door’
20-year-old born with rare disease arrives at crossroads: continue toward future most likely leading to early death or become first patient to undergo new gene-and-stem cell therapy developed by Scho

Environment - Life Sciences - 23.01.2020
Can a tiny invasive snail help save Latin American coffee?
Can a tiny invasive snail help save Latin American coffee?
While conducting fieldwork in Puerto Rico's central mountainous region in 2016, University of Michigan ecologists noticed tiny trails of bright orange snail excrement on the undersurface of coffee leaves afflicted with coffee leaf rust, the crop's most economically important pest.

Life Sciences - 23.01.2020
UQ expert in visual neuroscience has international award in his sights
Pioneering discoveries about the ‘extraordinarily strange' visual systems of shrimps - that could improve early detection of cancer - have been recognised with an international prize.

Life Sciences - Environment - 23.01.2020
The fight for Minnesota’s Moose
Moose have been essential to the landscape in and around Minnesota for centuries. But recent years have not been kind to the species, as its population in Minnesota has declined by more than 50 percent since 2006.

Life Sciences - 22.01.2020
Vomiting bumblebees show that sweeter is not necessarily better
Vomiting bumblebees show that sweeter is not necessarily better
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Health - Life Sciences - 21.01.2020
Festival fireworks celebrations’ health impact on vulnerable people - study
A probiotic drink could become a promising new weapon in the battle against antibiotic resistant bacteria, after a team of scientists at the University of Birmingham engineered and patented a key genetic element that can tackle the genetic basis of resistance.

Environment - Life Sciences - 21.01.2020
May we present: our employees from around the world
May we present: our employees from around the world
The series with Salome Mwaiko , Claire Aksamit , Tim Alexander , Rohini Athavale und Bernhard Wehrli was created as part of a photojournalism course that Christian Dinkel is tanking at the MAZ in Lucerne.

Life Sciences - Environment - 21.01.2020
Evolution of walking sharks
Evolution of walking sharks
Four new species of tropical sharks that use their fins to walk are causing a stir in waters off northern Australia and New Guinea.

Life Sciences - 21.01.2020
Cousin took a DNA test? Courts could use it to profile you
Police already use DNA databases to identify suspects, but what if judges used them to inform sentencing decisions' Dr Allan McCay and Christopher Lean investigate. How similar do you think you are to your second cousin? Or your estranged great aunt? Would you like to have people assess your behaviour from what your great aunt has done? How would you feel if courts used data gained from them to decide how you are likely to behave in the future? Scientists are making connections between a person's DNA and their tendencies for certain kinds of behaviour.

Life Sciences - Environment - 21.01.2020
Walking sharks discovered in the tropics
Four new species of tropical sharks that use their fins to walk are causing a stir in waters off northern Australia and New Guinea.

Health - Life Sciences - 21.01.2020

Life Sciences - Computer Science - 21.01.2020
Hacking life inside and outside the laboratory
Hacking life inside and outside the laboratory
Managing her own synthetic biology project helped graduate student Jesse Tordoff overcome imposter syndrome and hit her stride.

Environment - Life Sciences - 20.01.2020
Six million hectares of threatened species habitat up in smoke
More than one billion mammals, birds, and reptiles across eastern Australia are estimated to have been affected by the current fire catastrophe.

Health - Life Sciences - 20.01.2020
Team win ¤22.5m EU funding to develop rapid test for serious illnesses
Team win ¤22.5m EU funding to develop rapid test for serious illnesses
A rapid test to diagnose severe illnesses, using personalised gene signatures, is being developed by scientists at Imperial College London.

Economics / Business - Life Sciences - 18.01.2020
The Myth of Dominant Thinking in Economics and Finance
The Myth of Dominant Thinking in Economics and Finance
Essere se stessi, che fatica! Teatro e medicina per conoscere la depressione Student association LPU - A debate on the sexual orientation discrimination referendum Formazione continua e aggiornamento

Life Sciences - Health - 17.01.2020
Seven Questions with... Shail Bhatt
This week MSci Cell Biology student Shail Bhatt shares his experience taking part in UCL's Global Citizenship Programme and as a student quality reviewer where he worked in partnership with staff to improve teaching at UCL.

Life Sciences - Environment - 17.01.2020
Bushfires left millions of animals dead. We should use them, not bury them
Carcasses can play a positive role as landscapes recover from bushfires, providing rich nutrients for other native animal, microbial and plant species.

Life Sciences - 17.01.2020
Scientists seek landholder help to combat toxic fireweed
Scientists seek landholder help to combat toxic fireweed
Fireweed is one of eastern Australia's worst invasive species, and scientists are asking landholders for on-the-ground information about where it is growing and how they deal with it.

Health - Life Sciences - 16.01.2020
Ground-breaking ceremony for
Ground-breaking ceremony for "Research Campus East"
At a traditional ground-breaking ceremony today (January 16), building work began officially on a large-scale project worth millions at Coesfelder Kreuz - the so-called Research Campus East, where a l

Environment - Life Sciences - 16.01.2020
Mobile protected areas needed to protect biodiversity in the high seas
Mobile protected areas needed to protect biodiversity in the high seas
World leaders are currently updating the laws for international waters that apply to most of the world's ocean environment.

Life Sciences - 16.01.2020
Call for donations to equip lab in Nigeria and help train a new generation of scientists
Call for donations to equip lab in Nigeria and help train a new generation of scientists
A University of Sussex research fellow is calling for donations of unused or unwanted, but functional science equipment to help equip a laboratory in Nigeria.

Life Sciences - Health - 16.01.2020
Jumbo Undertaking: Elephant Milk Under the Microscope
UC San Diego and San Diego Zoo Global collaborate to improve overall health and survival of elephant calves An elephant calf drinks milk from the mother at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park.

Life Sciences - Environment - 15.01.2020
’The blob,’ food supply squeeze to blame for largest seabird die-off
A recently dead common murre found by a citizen scientist on a routine monthly survey in January 2016. An intact, fresh bird indicates scavengers have not yet arrived. This carcass has probably only been on the beach a few hours. COASST The common murre is a self-sufficient, resilient bird. Though the seabird must eat about half of its body weight in prey each day, common murres are experts at catching the small "forage fish” they need to survive.

Life Sciences - Computer Science - 15.01.2020
A brand new tool devoted to simplifying complex neuron models
Scientists at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the EPFL Blue Brain Project have developed 'Neuron_Reduce', a new computational tool that provides the scientific community with a straightforward capability to simplify complex neuron models of any cell type and still faithfully preserve its input-output properties while significantly reducing simulation run-time.

Life Sciences - Environment - 15.01.2020

Life Sciences - Health - 15.01.2020
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