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Health - Pharmacology - 09:10
Two-year follow up shows delaying umbilical cord clamping saves babies' lives
Two-year follow up shows delaying umbilical cord clamping saves babies’ lives
An Australian-led study finds that aiming to wait just 60 seconds to clamp the umbilical cord of very premature babies at birth continues to have benefits two years on - decreasing the child's risk of death or major disability.

Social Sciences - Health - 08.12.2021

Health - 08.12.2021
Researchers awarded $10 million U.S. for global tobacco study
The study will examine how policies impact smoking, vaping, and the use of other nicotine products The University of Waterloo is one of the lead institutions in a five-year, $10 million (U.S.

Health - Pharmacology - 08.12.2021
Rapid therapeutic approaches against viral diseases
Rapid therapeutic approaches against viral diseases
Research team with new development pipeline for RNA-based drugs successful in Europe-wide competition 08.12.2021 Viruses are a major problem for human health worldwide - and not just since the outbreak of the SARS-CoV2 pandemic. Despite successful vaccine development, there are still no effective drugs for most viral diseases.

Social Sciences - Career - 08.12.2021
'The EU is hitting the limits in the US system it's modeled after'
’The EU is hitting the limits in the US system it's modeled after’
Policymakers need to reconsider the European Union's heavy promotion of cross-border mobility if they want to preserve cohesion among member states, according to a new book by three researchers drawing on urban sociology studies carried out at EPFL.

Campus - Event - 08.12.2021

Campus - Health - 08.12.2021

Physics - Environment - 08.12.2021
Nanosensing to solar fuels: Sydney Nano unveils new Grand Challenges
Nanosensing to solar fuels: Sydney Nano unveils new Grand Challenges
Four new visionary projects span sustainability, biosecurity, solar energy and health, drawing talent from across the University's faculties.

Research Management - 08.12.2021
Funding co-operation agreement policies achievable given fiscal outlook, report says
UK government spending decisions have boosted the Welsh budget and made the ambitions of the co-operation agreement between the Welsh Labour government and Plaid Cymru affordable, a report concludes.

Campus - Health - 08.12.2021

Health - 08.12.2021
Eye care clinic of the future launched by UCL and Moorfields
Eye care clinic of the future launched by UCL and Moorfields
A new pop-up diagnostic hub has been opened at a London shopping centre in a unique research collaboration between UCL and Moorfields Eye Hospital, aimed at "defining the principles of healthcare in the UK and globally for the next 50 years".

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 08.12.2021
NREC at 25: 25 Technologies That Changed the World
Experts at Carnegie Mellon's National Robotics Engineering Center have been pushing the field of robotics for more than 25 years. NREC partnered with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to develop "ARMOR 1 ," the largest yet of NREC's robots. The robot automates the assembly and placement of large mats along the Mississippi River to prevent erosion and stabilize the vital commercial waterway.

Campus - Life Sciences - 08.12.2021
A first look inside UC Berkeley’s Bakar BioEnginuity Hub
The renovated Woo Hon Fai Hall will officially open in February 2022. Preserved during the redesign was the dramatic skylit gallery space.

Economics / Business - Innovation - 08.12.2021
National Robotics Engineering Center Has Transformational Economic Impact
New report finds Carnegie Mellon organization has helped advance its neighborhood, the region and industry The National Robotics Engineering Center (NREC), an innovative model for academic-industry c

Campus - 08.12.2021
$1.5M study to explore human-centered engineering instruction
By comparing two disciplines, researchers will discover effects on inclusion and how students think about engineering Does the way that educators talk about engineering influence who chooses to enter the field?

Astronomy / Space Science - Environment - 08.12.2021
'Would you like a little ice with your exoplanet?' For Earth-like worlds, that may be a tall order
’Would you like a little ice with your exoplanet?’ For Earth-like worlds, that may be a tall order
Exoplanets are experiencing a stratospheric rise. In the three decades since the first confirmed planet orbiting another star, scientists have catalogued more than 4,000 of them. As the list grows, so too does the desire to find Earth-like exoplanets - and to determine whether they could be life-sustaining oases like our own globe.

Astronomy / Space Science - 07.12.2021

Astronomy / Space Science - Physics - 07.12.2021
Research on extraterrestrial life and protection against extreme heat during space travel
Two young VUB scientists have each received a Frank De Winne fellowship from the Research Foundation - Flanders (FWO).

Environment - Earth Sciences - 07.12.2021
Melting glaciers may produce thousands of kilometers of new Pacific salmon habitat
Melting glaciers may produce thousands of kilometers of new Pacific salmon habitat
Share this page Share on Twitter Share on facebook Share on linkedin Share on email Retreating glaciers in the Pacific mountains of western North America could produce around 6,150 kilometers of new Pacific salmon habitat by the year 2100, according to a new study. Scientists have 'peeled back the ice' from 46,000 glaciers between southern British Columbia and south-central Alaska to look at how much potential salmon habitat would be created when underlying bedrock is exposed and new streams flow over the landscape.

Astronomy / Space Science - Innovation - 07.12.2021
Moth balls thrust satellites into space
Moth balls thrust satellites into space
The chemical in moth balls, naphthalene, will be tested in space in a new satellite rocket propulsion system, Bogong, developed at The Australian National University (ANU).

Health - Social Sciences - 07.12.2021
Most adolescents dying by suicide or harming themselves known to health services
Around 80% of adolescents who died by suicide or who had self-harmed had consulted with their GP or a practice nurse in the preceding year, shows new research.
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