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Health - Life Sciences - 08.11.2019
Injectable, flexible electrode could replace rigid nerve-stimulating implants
By electrically stimulating nerves, neuromodulation therapies can reduce epileptic seizures, soothe chronic pain, and treat depression and a host of other health conditions without the use of conventional drugs like opioids.

Life Sciences - 07.11.2019
Neuroscientist working to improve science communication in Nigeria
Neuroscientist working to improve science communication in Nigeria
Sussex neuroscientist working to improve science communication in Nigeria A neuroscientist at the University of Sussex is helping to improve science communications in Nigeria by partnering the country's top journalists with scientists and academics.

History / Archeology - Life Sciences - 07.11.2019
Researchers lay out first genetic history of Rome
Despite extensive records of the history of Rome, little is known about the city's population over time. A new genetic history of the Eternal City reveals a dynamic population shaped in part by political and historical events. Scholars have been studying Rome for hundreds of years, but it still holds some secrets - for instance, relatively little is known about the ancestral origins of the city's denizens.

Environment - Life Sciences - 06.11.2019

Physics - Life Sciences - 06.11.2019
New contemporary dance inspired by biophysics
New contemporary dance inspired by biophysics
Laser microscopy might not be the most obvious inspiration for dance. But the cutting-edge research of one Cardiff University scientist is being used as the basis for a new contemporary work.

Environment - Life Sciences - 06.11.2019
World scientists declare climate emergency
A paper published in BioScience has outlined six steps humanity needs to take to reduce the impact of the emerging climate crisis.

Life Sciences - Health - 05.11.2019
EPFL bioengineering team wins global iGEM competition
EPFL bioengineering team wins global iGEM competition
EPFL's student bioengineering team has won the Grand Prize of the 2019 International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition, as well as the Best Environment Project.

Health - Life Sciences - 04.11.2019
Man on a mission
During his last three years as an undergraduate, Cody Aros spent a lot of time asking strangers deeply personal questions.

Life Sciences - Innovation - 01.11.2019

Life Sciences - 31.10.2019

Computer Science / Telecom - Life Sciences - 31.10.2019

Life Sciences - Health - 31.10.2019
University of Bristol spin-out raises £760,000 to commercialise biosensing technology
Rosa Biotech, a new University of Bristol spin-out which developed a sensing platform capable of detecting the faint chemical signature given off by chronic diseases has raised £760,000 to commercialise its ground-breaking innovation. The artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven biosensing technology, which mimics mammals' sense of smell, has significant potential to transform the medical diagnostics and pharmaceuticals industries.

Life Sciences - Materials Science - 30.10.2019
Opportunities help undergraduates embrace the ’learning curve’
Objects of study can take many forms: a slide of cells, a gallery of paintings, a stack of books from the library 20 volumes deep.

Physics - Life Sciences - 30.10.2019
Berkeley Lab Innovations Recognized With 3 R&D 100 Awards
Berkeley Lab Innovations Recognized With 3 R&D 100 Awards
Cutting-edge technologies from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) to detect radiation, make buildings more energy efficient, and accelerate neuroscience research were honored with R&D 100 Awards by R&D World magazine.

Pharmacology - Life Sciences - 30.10.2019
Novartis announces AVXS-101 intrathecal study update
FDA placed a partial hold on AVXS-101 intrathecal clinical trials for SMA patients based on findings in a small pre-clinical animal study Adverse events that might be expected from the pre-clinical f

Life Sciences - Environment - 30.10.2019
Banning savannah cats in Australia was good science
Banning savannah cats in Australia was good science
In 2008, the Australian Government banned the importation of savannah cats - and that was a very good thing, according to a Threatened Species Recovery Hub study led by Professor Chris Dickman, from the School of Life and Environmental Sciences.

Life Sciences - Environment - 28.10.2019
Scripps Scientists Awarded Nearly $5 Million to Study Triggers of Toxic Algal Blooms
Researchers from Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego want to know what causes an oceanic algal bloom to turn deadly. To find out, researchers are gearing up to hunt for blooms along California's coast using a suite of technologies that can target and sample ocean microbes and sift through genetic code in real time.

Health - Life Sciences - 28.10.2019
The Center for Biomedical Imaging marks its 15th anniversary
The Center for Biomedical Imaging marks its 15th anniversary
For the past decade and a half, the Center for Biomedical Imaging (CIBM) has been bringing researchers and clinicians together to develop cutting-edge technologies. This anniversary is an opportunity to reflect on the Center's past successes and ponder the challenges that lie ahead in the field of medical imaging.

Agronomy / Food Science - Life Sciences - 25.10.2019
Veronika Somoza succeeds Thomas Hofmann
Veronika Somoza succeeds Thomas Hofmann
Veronika Somoza will take on her new post as Scientific Director of the Executive Board of the Leibniz-Institute for Food Systems Biology at the Technical University of Munich (Leibniz-LSB@TUM) as of November 1, 2019. She succeeds Prof. Thomas Hofmann, who is leaving the Leibniz-Institute, located in Freising, for his new position as President of the Technical University of Munich (TUM).

Life Sciences - Physics - 25.10.2019
Multimillion-dollar centre opens to investigate the molecules of life
Multimillion-dollar centre opens to investigate the molecules of life
The new ARC centre will discover, decode and develop molecules for health, industry and agriculture.

Astronomy / Space Science - Life Sciences - 24.10.2019

Life Sciences - Administration - 24.10.2019

Academic Rankings - Life Sciences - 24.10.2019

Life Sciences - Career - 24.10.2019

Life Sciences - Health - 23.10.2019
UofG receives $9.7m joint award to study traumatic brain injuries
The University of Glasgow has been jointly awarded $9.7m alongside the University of Pennsylvania to lead an international team of experts in the study of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy and neurodegenerative disease.

Health - Life Sciences - 22.10.2019
Chemical 'vaccine' helps plants repel pathogens
Chemical ’vaccine’ helps plants repel pathogens
Scientists knew that plants wage chemical war against bacterial, viral and fungal infections. Now they've learned how to "vaccinate" tomato plants with a natural chemical to boost their defenses against a pest that makes leaves shrivel up and die. When plants come under attack from invading bacteria, viruses or fungi, they mount a two-pronged response, producing both offensive chemicals to kill invaders and defensive chemicals to prevent infestations from spreading.

Health - Life Sciences - 22.10.2019
Helping Sydney researchers to SOAR
A key initiative of the 2016-20 Strategic Plan , the SOAR program supports up-and-coming research leaders to build their careers by increasing the scale and impact of their research.

Linguistics / Literature - Life Sciences - 22.10.2019

Health - Life Sciences - 22.10.2019
Birmingham and Southeast join forces to combat cancer and medical implant failure
The University of Birmingham and Southeast University have announced two projects in China that could help to fight cancer and aid regeneration of the human body.

Life Sciences - Health - 22.10.2019
Fish farming solution is in the cloud
A quick, cost-effective, cloud-based platform, which could solve one of fish farming's biggest challenges, has received a US$100,000 grant for concept development and testing.

Life Sciences - 21.10.2019
Why you may learn less from failure than success
Failure may not be the great teacher that conventional wisdom says it is. New research from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business finds that, contrary to common belief, people learn less from failure than from success.

Health - Life Sciences - 21.10.2019
Two UChicago physicians elected to National Academy of Medicine
Profs. Vineet Arora and Ernst Lengyel of the University of Chicago have been elected members of the prestigious National Academy of Medicine , honoring their pioneering scientific and professional achievements in the field.

Life Sciences - Psychology - 21.10.2019

Health - Life Sciences - 18.10.2019

Health - Life Sciences - 17.10.2019
Pioneering Bioengineer Shu Chien Teaches Lessons That Extend Far Beyond Research Lab
Shu Chien greets the more than 200 people who attended the celebration in honor of his retirement.

Environment - Life Sciences - 17.10.2019
Old friends and new enemies: How evolutionary history can predict insect invader impacts
Red pines killed by the red pine scale invasive insect near Myles Standish State Forest, Massachusetts.

Life Sciences - Environment - 17.10.2019
ARC awards eight Future fellowships at UQ
Developing honeybee-friendly bio-insecticides from spider venom, responding to climate change using methane-utilising microorganisms, and measuring how animals with colour vision systems more complex

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