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Campus - Computer Science - 21.10.2020
SCS Students Chosen Finalists in Collegiate Inventors Competition
Augmented reality system exploits device status lights An idea for creating augmented reality overlays by exploiting the status lights on everyday appliances such as routers, power strips and parking meters has landed a pair of Carnegie Mellon University computer science Ph.D.

Campus - History / Archeology - 21.10.2020

Campus - 20.10.2020

Campus - Linguistics / Literature - 20.10.2020

Campus - 20.10.2020
Student Turns Old Polaroid Into New Digital Camera
Quarantine project reimagines gadget of yesteryear Like any aspiring do-it-yourselfer, Sam Zeloof knew the idea in his head might not exactly match the finished product.

Health - Campus - 19.10.2020
What Tier 2 coronavirus restrictions mean for UCL
A message from Professor Anthony Smith, Vice Provost (Education & Student Affairs) and Carol Paige, Democracy, Operations and Community Officer, Students' Union UCL about what the new restrictions mean for UCL students.

Campus - 19.10.2020
The show must go on: Michigan Marching Band goes virtual
The show must go on: Michigan Marching Band goes virtual
A small number of Michigan Marching Band members pose at the empty Michigan Stadium during a photoshoot.

Campus - Social Sciences - 19.10.2020

Campus - 19.10.2020

Campus - 19.10.2020
New platform makes Namibia Archive available online
New platform makes Namibia Archive available online
The Dammann collection contains photographs and sound recordings, for example of Adelheid Mbuandjou.

Campus - 19.10.2020

Economics / Business - Campus - 19.10.2020

Economics / Business - Campus - 16.10.2020

Campus - Career - 15.10.2020

Transport - Campus - 15.10.2020
Mcity Driverless Shuttle research reports findings after safe project conclusion
Mcity Driverless Shuttle research reports findings after safe project conclusion
Results from the nation's first driverless shuttle project to focus primarily on consumer acceptance and data collection show high levels of trust and satisfaction among both riders and nonriders of the Mcity Driverless Shuttle.

Campus - Social Sciences - 15.10.2020

Campus - 15.10.2020
Academic discovers lost letter to Henry VIII - from the Antichrist
Image by David Mark from Pixabay A letter that claims to be from the Antichrist to King Henry VIII has been uncovered within the British Library archives and reveals how Henry was secretly ridiculed for his serial marriages.

Computer Science - Campus - 14.10.2020

Campus - 14.10.2020

Campus - Life Sciences - 14.10.2020
Is English the lingua franca of science? Not for everyone
Valeria Ramírez-Castañeda, a UC Berkeley graduate student from Colombia. While English facilitates discussion of science across borders, she argues, its dominance excludes from the field many people from non-English speaking countries - in particular, the global south.

Campus - 14.10.2020
Data Is A Journey, Not A Destination
New course teaches students to interpret how data is collected, depicted and used Data provide the hard facts to explain anything, from a cat's behavior on catnip to election dynamics to how climate change will affect a given region.

Computer Science - Campus - 14.10.2020
Libraries Use Computer Vision to Explore Photo Archives
Powerful tool to inventory CMU's million-image collection An internal web application built by Carnegie Mellon University Libraries faculty and staff leverages computer vision to improve the discover

Environment - Campus - 13.10.2020
Stanford encourages everyone to ’Live Cardinal Green, Anywhere’
Sustainable Stanford has developed a number of ways for students, staff and faculty to continue to embrace the Cardinal Green spirit wherever they are through the Cardinal Green Anywhere initiative.

Campus - Career - 13.10.2020