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Life Sciences - Environment - 13.01.2020
Fisheries management is actually working, global analysis shows
A commercial fishing vessel near Morro Bay, California, returning to harbor. Michael L. Baird/Flickr Nearly half of the fish caught worldwide are from stocks that are scientifically monitored and, on average, are increasing in abundance.

Life Sciences - Health - 09.01.2020
Stanford biochemist David Hogness, a founder of genomics, dies at 94
See us on twitter See us on youtube See us on linkedin See us on instagram David Hogness, a biochemist whose work was foundational to the fields of developmental biology and genomics, died Dec.

Life Sciences - Computer Science - 09.01.2020
The Computational Biology platform - Data scientists at the FMI
The Computational Biology platform - Data scientists at the FMI
Michael Stadler has been leading the FMI Computational Biology technology platform since 2008. In an interview, he explains how the platform is set up and how it supports the FMI research groups, he shares what he likes most about his job, and he talks about the future of computational biology.

Life Sciences - Agronomy / Food Science - 09.01.2020
Feeling full happens in the brain as well as the stomach: Sussex professor explains in new podcast
Feeling full happens in the brain as well as the stomach: Sussex professor explains in new podcast
Professor Martin Yeomans ' research is helping food producers address the growing problem of obesity. In the latest episode of Impacted , the University of Sussex podcast series about research for real change, Yeomans explains how sharing his research on satiety with industry helps manufacturers create new food products that satisfy consumers and reduce the risk of overeating.

Life Sciences - 09.01.2020

Environment - Life Sciences - 08.01.2020

Life Sciences - Environment - 08.01.2020
More than one billion animals killed in Australian bushfires
More than one billion animals killed in Australian bushfires
Professor Chris Dickman has revised his estimate of the number of animals killed in bushfires in NSW to more than 800 million animals, with a national impact of more than one billion animals.

Health - Life Sciences - 07.01.2020
U of M Chronic Wasting Disease Resource Center names fourteen international experts to executive committee
The Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) at the University of Minnesota established the Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) Resource Center in August 2019.

Life Sciences - Innovation - 06.01.2020

Life Sciences - Psychology - 03.01.2020
Brain scans could flag children’s future mental health problems
It can take years to diagnose a child with a psychiatric or attention deficit disorder, forcing them to endure a lot of frustration and suffering. A study led by Northeastern University psychologist Susan Whitfield-Gabrieli, above, and UC Berkeley neuroscientist Silvia Bunge shows that brain scans in young children can predict future mental health and attention issues.

Life Sciences - Environment - 03.01.2020
A statement about the 480 million animals killed in NSW bushfires since September
Professor Chris Dickman estimates that 480 million animals have been affected since bushfires in NSW started in September 2019.

Life Sciences - Innovation - 31.12.2019

Life Sciences - Computer Science - 30.12.2019
Celebrating a vintage year in 2019
EPFL held a series of events to mark its 50th anniversary throughout 2019. The past year also saw a host of scientific breakthroughs, ground-breaking initiatives, stunning achievements and notable wins.

Life Sciences - Environment - 23.12.2019
U-M scientists teach biodiversity using preserved specimens dating back 100 years
Beginning biology students throughout the country could soon use preserved chipmunks, squirrels, mice and other specimens in natural history museums to form and test hypotheses in an unusual, hands-on teaching module developed by scientists and educators at the University of Michigan. The teaching unit was developed to allow firstand second-year biology students access to specimens in U-M's vast Museum of Zoology where they could form questions, collect data and test their hypotheses.

Health - Life Sciences - 23.12.2019
Theodor-Billroth-Preis an ForscherInnen der MedUni Wien
Der Theodor-Billroth-Preis der Wiener rztekammer ging heuer dreigeteilt mit Roman Reindl-Schwaighofer, Philipp Tschandl und Lucian Beer an drei Forscher der MedUni Wien.

Life Sciences - Environment - 20.12.2019

Music - Life Sciences - 19.12.2019
Mindful travel, Silicon Valley’s evolution, Schumann on viola, Seattle history - UW-authored books, music for the Husky on your list
A teacher discusses respectful world travel, a historian explores Silicon Valley's evolution, a professor and violist plays the music of Robert Schumann and a late English faculty member's meditation on Seattle returns..

Environment - Life Sciences - 19.12.2019
Reimagining ocean conservation
Reimagining ocean conservation
Stanford experts help guide Palau's initiative to create one of the world's largest marine sanctuaries.

Environment - Life Sciences - 19.12.2019

Life Sciences - Computer Science - 18.12.2019
The elephant's trunk will inspire a revolutionary robot
The elephant’s trunk will inspire a revolutionary robot
An international team, including UNIGE, will analyse the African elephant's trunk, and its exceptional agility and versatility, to create a robot guided by touch.

Psychology - Life Sciences - 17.12.2019
Mothers’ and babies’ brains ’more in tune’ when mother is happy
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Social Sciences - Life Sciences - 17.12.2019
Collective Memory Shapes the Construction of Personal
Collective Memory Shapes the Construction of Personal
For sociologists, our individual memories are shaped by the collective memory of our community. Until now, this phenomenon had never been studied at the neurobiological level.

Environment - Life Sciences - 17.12.2019
Limiting the loss of nature
Limiting the loss of nature
With only about half of Earth's terrestrial surface remaining as natural vegetation, a University of Queensland-led team has proposed an international goal to halt its continued loss. The team, led by Professor Martine Maron , examined how a global goal of ‘no net loss' of natural ecosystems could work, where some nations seek net increases in over-depleted natural vegetation, while recognising that for others, limited further losses of ecosystems might be unavoidable.

Environment - Life Sciences - 16.12.2019
Resident orcas’ appetite likely reason for decline of big Chinook salmon
A young southern resident killer whale chases a Chinook salmon in the Salish Sea near San Juan Island, Washington, in September 2017.

Life Sciences - Innovation - 16.12.2019
A new NCCR dedicated to the origins and future of language
A new NCCR dedicated to the origins and future of language
The Swiss National Science Foundation will support a new NCCR, "Evolving language", led by the Universities of Geneva and Zurich.

Health - Life Sciences - 16.12.2019

Chemistry - Life Sciences - 16.12.2019

Life Sciences - 13.12.2019
3D scanning of sandstone fossil reveals oldest known record of amphibian tracks in the UK
A new paper has revealed an ancient trackway, found imprinted on a block of sandstone from the base of Hardraw Force Waterfall in Wensleydale, North Yorkshire, is the oldest record of amphibian tracks in the UK dating back 340 million years.

Life Sciences - 12.12.2019

Social Sciences - Life Sciences - 12.12.2019
Combining science and design to measure our exposure to light
Combining science and design to measure our exposure to light
Daylight plays an essential role in sleep, alertness and hormone regulation.

Environment - Life Sciences - 11.12.2019
Azteca ant colonies move the same way leopards' spots form
Azteca ant colonies move the same way leopards’ spots form
oe中文 हिन्दी Portugus Español Share on: Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn What could Azteca ants in coffee farms in Mexico have in common with leopards' spots and zebras' stripes? After two decades of analyzing the rise, spread and collapse of Azteca ant colonies in a coffee farm in Mexico, University of Michigan researchers have proven that the ant distributions follow a pattern named after chemist Alan Turing, who first described it in 1952, that is said to explain leopards' spots and other patterns in nature.

Health - Life Sciences - 10.12.2019
ERC Consolidator Grant for cancer researcher Kim De Keersmaecker
The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded its Consolidator Grants. This year's recipients include cancer researcher and geneticist Kim De Keersmaecker from KU Leuven.

Life Sciences - Career - 10.12.2019

Economics / Business - Life Sciences - 10.12.2019

Life Sciences - Administration - 10.12.2019

Health - Life Sciences - 10.12.2019

Life Sciences - 10.12.2019
CEA-Leti Builds Fully Integrated Bio-Inspired Neural Network with RRAM-Based Synapses & Analogue Spiking Neurons
'Functionality of Circuit Presented at IEDM 2019 Was Demonstrated With Handwritten Digits Classification on a Tablet Screen 'SAN FRANCISCO ' Dec.

Innovation - Life Sciences - 05.12.2019
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