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Health - Campus - 01.10.2020
Government COVID-19 testing lab to open at the University of Birmingham
As part of the drive to expand COVID-19 testing capacity across the UK, The University of Birmingham has been announced today as one of the first academic sector lab partnerships to come online.

Campus - Social Sciences - 01.10.2020

Campus - Economics / Business - 01.10.2020

Music - Campus - 01.10.2020

Health - Campus - 30.09.2020

Campus - Health - 30.09.2020
A Safe Start for Back to School
Campus mitigates COVID-19 virus transmission during its 10-day undergraduate move-in for nearly 6,000 students UC San Diego's in-person activities are off to a safe start under the campus' Return to Learn program.

Social Sciences - Campus - 30.09.2020

Campus - Computer Science - 30.09.2020
Student Studies Movement in Fashion’s Future
Carnegie Mellon University senior David Perry contemplates how fabric will move in the future. Not just the way clothing can drape a body or how curtains billow in a breeze, but how technology and electronics can change the way we think about clothing and material.

Health - Campus - 30.09.2020
UW researchers driving around Seattle to track COVID-19 response over time
UW researchers driving around Seattle to track COVID-19 response over time
UW researchers developed a project that scans the streets every few weeks to document how Seattle has reacted to the pandemic and what recovery looks like.

Health - Campus - 30.09.2020
Low-cost coronavirus testing, surveillance
Low-cost coronavirus testing, surveillance
Vera was designed as an expanded testing platform that's nationally scalable, rapidly deployable and more affordable than other current options.

Campus - Health - 29.09.2020
Pandemic takeaway: Time to waive GRE requirement for public health degrees
As colleges and universities have wrestled with the question of what to do about standardized entrance exams during COVID-19, several public health programs have found a temporary solution by waiving the requirement, says a University of Michigan doctoral candidate.

Mechanical Engineering - Campus - 29.09.2020
$11.4M Army grant supports aircraft hybrid-electric engine research at UW-Madison
University of Wisconsin-Madison engineers are leading research to pave the way for hybrid-electric engines that power uncrewed aircraft systems.

Campus - Economics / Business - 29.09.2020

Campus - Social Sciences - 29.09.2020

Health - Campus - 29.09.2020

Campus - Health - 27.09.2020
Welcome Village: succesful warm welcome for the international students
Welcome Village: succesful warm welcome for the international students
During September, Ghent University received about 500 students in the Welcome Village at Home Vermeylen.

Computer Science - Campus - 27.09.2020
A new member of Ghent University makes an entrance: welcome to supercomputer Hortense!
A new member of Ghent University makes an entrance: welcome to supercomputer Hortense!
Boasting a RAM memory of almost 100 TB, a top performance reaching 3.3 petaflops, ... Hortense has quite a list of accolades.

Campus - 25.09.2020
Stanford statement on proposed visa-duration rule
Stanford will strongly oppose a proposed federal rule issued Friday by the Department of Homeland Security, which would have wide-ranging effects on international students and scholars who hold F or J visas.

Campus - 25.09.2020
Shuttle Service Steps Up Bus Cleaning, Social Distancing
As part of COVID-19 precautions, CMU adds route to Squirrel Hill Carnegie Mellon University's Shuttle and Escort services keep people on the move while the pandemic lingers.

Campus - Economics / Business - 25.09.2020

Physics - Campus - 25.09.2020
UChicago to partner on transformative QuSTEAM quantum education initiative
A group of scientists from five universities across the Midwest, including the University of Chicago, will lead an effort to redesign quantum science education-working with industry and national laboratories to develop a diverse, capable and effective quantum workforce.