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Campus - Social Sciences - 03.11.2020

Campus - Pedagogy - 03.11.2020

Astronomy / Space Science - Campus - 03.11.2020
Supersonic winds, rocky rains forecasted on lava planet
Among the most extreme planets discovered beyond the edges of our solar system are lava planets: fiery hot worlds that circle so close to their host star that some regions are likely oceans of molten lava.

Computer Science - Campus - 02.11.2020
Sleuthing for misinformation about voting
Ahead of the 2020 election, Stanford students investigate the spread of misand disinformation online as part of their work with the Election Integrity Partnership.

Social Sciences - Campus - 02.11.2020

Campus - Politics - 02.11.2020

Environment - Campus - 02.11.2020
New certification system gives internships a sustainability label
Companies wanting to offer internships to EPFL Master's students can apply for a new sustainability certification to demonstrate that the goals of their internship or the technology being developed are environmentally friendly.

Campus - 30.10.2020

Campus - 30.10.2020
Voting resources as Election Day nears
Chancellor Carol Christ and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost A. Paul Alivisatos shared the following message with the campus community Friday: As we enter the final days of this extraordi

Health - Campus - 30.10.2020
U-M researchers, others examine ways to scale up COVID-19 testing to meet demand
U-M researchers, others examine ways to scale up COVID-19 testing to meet demand
Several months into the COVID-19 pandemic, efficient and rapid testing for the coronavirus remains a critical priority in Michigan and across the country.

Campus - 30.10.2020
Intake of Bachelor’s and Master’s students increases sharply
Both Bachelor's and Master's programmes at the UvA have considerably more first year students this year than last year, with 17% and 19% increases, respectively.

Campus - Environment - 30.10.2020

Electroengineering - Campus - 29.10.2020
Magic Cube: bringing electrical engineering to life
Magic Cube: bringing electrical engineering to life
Magic Cube is a new teaching tool developed by ETH Zurich, ABB and mint & pepper. It uses a playful approach to teach junior high and high school students the basics of electrical engineering and awaken their interest in the field.

Astronomy / Space Science - Campus - 29.10.2020
Most isolated massive stars are kicked out of their clusters
A pair of University of Michigan studies reveals how some massive stars-stars eight or more times the mass of our sun-become isolated in the universe: most often, their star clusters kick them out.

Campus - 29.10.2020
Dead people don’t vote: Study points to an ’extremely rare’ fraud
With concerns rising over a potentially contested presidential election next week, a new study by Stanford researchers suggests that worries over one type of election-day fraud are overblown: ballots cast in the name of dead people. In a working paper posted this week, a team of Stanford political scientists analyze roughly 4.5 million voter records from the state of Washington for evidence of ballot fraud involving deceased individuals.

Environment - Campus - 29.10.2020
Walk the Talk: Putting Words Into Action
Walk the Talk: Putting Words Into Action
WALK THE TALK is a campaign by the Paris Lodron University Salzburg (PLUS), in cooperation with its sustainability initiative "PLUS Green Campus" and its members of "Scientists for Future".

Campus - Health - 29.10.2020

Campus - Health - 29.10.2020

Health - Campus - 29.10.2020
Q&A: How Are Campus Health Records Protected?
UC San Diego's fall plan is continually evolving, informed by the university's Return to Learn program.

Social Sciences - Campus - 29.10.2020
Analysis: Universities enrich communities, as well as educating students
The value of universities shouldn't just be measured by the education they provide, but also their contribution to the economy, democracy, advancing equality and sustainability, finds new research led by Professor Elaine Unterhalter (UCL Institute of Education).