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Environment - Nov 14
( 14-11-2018 ) Researchers of Ghent University are teaching Ghanaian cocoa farmers how to produce better and more cocoa beans in a sustainable way. With a share of 20% of the premium cocoa beans on the international market, Ghana plays a significant role in the global cocoa production. However, the last couple of years Ghana has suffered low productivity rate and limited profit margins in its cocoa production.
Health - Nov 14

Researchers at the University of Glasgow are collaborating with Malawian scientists to try to find out why some people in Malawi develop type 2 diabetes - even though many are slim and highly active.

Physics - Nov 13
Physics

In optics, the era of glass lenses may be waning. In recent years, physicists and engineers have been designing, constructing and testing different types of ultrathin materials that could replace the thick glass lenses used today in cameras and imaging systems.

Environment - Nov 13

New opportunities for environmental protection and serious discussions about infrastructure could be among the ripple effects of the midterm election results.   The recent midterm elections could have

Life Sciences - Nov 14

The scorpion Kolotl magnus from Guerrero, Mexico. UW-Madison scientists have made a fresh attempt to untangle the scorpion family tree using not the shape and structure of the arachnids' bodies, but the shape of their venom.

Health - Nov 13

EPFL scientists have discovered how a dysfunction in the immune system can cause an overload of a gut bacterium.

Psychology - Nov 13
Psychology

Researchers have developed an emotional intelligence test for the workplace that can be used to assess and predict an employee's abilities in interpersonal relations and leadership capabilities.


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Health - Life Sciences - 10:33
University to launch new interdisciplinary antimicrobial resistance research network
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is an escalating global health emergency with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) estimating that 'superbugs' will kill 1.3 million

Innovation / Technology - Environment - 10:32
UNICEF and α: Earth observation and innovation for the most vulnerable
UNICEF and α: Earth observation and innovation for the most vulnerable
ESA Observing the Earth Understanding Our Planet Securing Our Environment Benefiting Our Economy UNICEF and α: Earth observation and innovation for the most vulnerable 14 November 2018 Every day, UNICEF works to help children that are victims of poverty, disease, conflict, migration and more.

Environment - 08:00
Water quality changes set to make a splash
Environmental water quality is set to improve in Australia and New Zealand thanks to research transforming water quality guidelines.

Innovation / Technology - Business / Economics - 14.11.2018
Queensland spin-out to launch electric vehicle battery demonstration plant
Queensland spin-out to launch electric vehicle battery demonstration plant
A Brisbane company developing a more efficient way to obtain essential battery materials is powering ahead with plans to open a demonstration plant at Coopers Plains.

Law / Forensics - Business / Economics - 14.11.2018

Innovation / Technology - 13.11.2018

Health - Pharmacology - 13.11.2018
Six things doctors would like you to know about antibiotics
Every day healthcare workers around the world are waging war, in what is becoming the fight of our lives.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 13.11.2018
As California’s groundwater free-for-all ends, gauging what’s left
New rules and new technology are giving farmers and managers a better look at groundwater supplies. Photo Illustration - Original image by Chris Austin via Flickr   By Felicity Barringer Most areas of California farm country have a significant lack of information about their groundwater use.

Media - History / Archeology - 13.11.2018
Historical parallels between the press and the president
Stanford communication scholar James Hamilton looks at how presidents - past and present - have navigated relationships with the White House press corps.

Business / Economics - 13.11.2018

Social Sciences - 13.11.2018
UW communication professor Ralina Joseph's news book navigates minefield of 'postracial racialism'
UW communication professor Ralina Joseph’s news book navigates minefield of ’postracial racialism’
In her new book, Ralina Joseph , University of Washington associate professor of communication, explores how African-American women celebrities, producers and even audiences use "postracial discourse

Careers / Employment - Administration - 13.11.2018

Social Sciences - 13.11.2018
Self-harm and violence rates in Young Offender Institutions
Figures published today by Cardiff University's Wales Governance Centre reveal the true extent of self-harm and violence at Young Offender Institutions (YOIs) in England and Wales.

Pharmacology - Health - 13.11.2018
FDA grants priority review to Roche’s Tecentriq in combination with Abraxane for the initial treatment of people with PD-L1-positive, metastatic triple-negative breast cancer
Triple-negative breast cancer is an aggressive disease, with high unmet medical need If approved, this Tecentriq (atezolizumab) combination would be the first cancer immunotherapy regimen for the treatment of PD-L1-positive, metastatic triple-negative breast cancer Roche today announced the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has accepted the company's supplemental Biologics License Application (sBLA) and granted Priority Review for Tecentriq

Palaeontology - Environment - 13.11.2018
Rare fossil bird deepens mystery of avian extinctions
Rare fossil bird deepens mystery of avian extinctions
During the late Cretaceous period, more than 65 million years ago, hundreds of different species of birds flitted around the dinosaurs and through the forests as abundantly as they flit about our woods and fields today.

Literature / Linguistics - 13.11.2018

Environment - Electroengineering - 13.11.2018
Reef research to power ahead with renewable energy
Reef research to power ahead with renewable energy
The largest marine research station on the Great Barrier Reef is set to shift to a cleaner energy source, with solar generation and storage to meet most of its electricity needs.

Astronomy / Space Science - Innovation / Technology - 12.11.2018
Week kicks off
ESA Observing the Earth Understanding Our Planet Securing Our Environment Benefiting Our Economy 12 November 2018 With satellites delivering a mindboggling amount of data about our planet along with

Health - Pharmacology - 12.11.2018
Annual amnesty to tackle antibiotic resistance
Staff and students at Imperial are being encouraged to hand over their unused antibiotics as part of an annual amnesty.

Health - 12.11.2018
Ultrasonic surgery project wins £6m in funding
A research project aiming to find new ways to use ultrasonic tools for complex, robot-assisted surgery has received more than £6m in funding. The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) has granted £6.1m for the University of Glasgow to lead a project called ‘Surgery enabled by ultrasonics'.

Life Sciences - Health - 12.11.2018

Computer Science / Telecom - Business / Economics - 12.11.2018
ESA's 25 years of telecom: the beginning
ESA’s 25 years of telecom: the beginning
ESA Telecommunications & Integrated Applications EDRS ESA > Our Activities > Telecommunications & Integrated Applications 12 November 2018 As ESA's umbrella programme for telecom, ARTES , celebra

Physics / Materials Science - Computer Science / Telecom - 12.11.2018
A Magnetic Memory for Computers
A Magnetic Memory for Computers
A new Christian Doppler Laboratory at TU Wien is expected to contribute to the next storage revolution within IT.

Life Sciences - Health - 12.11.2018
Collaboration could help unlock secrets of key compound in memory and addiction
A team led by researchers at Imperial is leading an international effort to uncover the role of one of the brain's key chemical messengers in detail. Dopamine carries signals between nerve cells throughout the brain and plays important roles in everything from learning, memory and attention, to motivation and reward.

Computer Science / Telecom - Business / Economics - 12.11.2018
ESA's 25 years of telecom: marking a milestone
ESA’s 25 years of telecom: marking a milestone
ESA Telecommunications & Integrated Applications EDRS ESA > Our Activities > Telecommunications & Integrated Applications 12 November 2018 As ESA's umbrella programme for telecom, ARTES , celebra

Environment - Electroengineering - 12.11.2018

Health - Innovation / Technology - 12.11.2018
’Transformation’ of medical education as major global conference launches
Experts from 15 countries gathered in Singapore to see how Imperial and its partners are driving a high-tech leap forward in medical education.

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 12.11.2018
Benjamin Franklin, social genius of the 18th century?
Stanford American historian Caroline Winterer examined thousands of Benjamin Franklin's letters as part of her research on the 18th century, which she argues was the first age of extensive social networks.
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