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Research Management - Innovation - 14:06
The UC3M presents its Report on Research and Transfer for 2019-2020
The Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) presents its Report on Research and Transfer for 2019-2020, which includes the key parameters of the R&D&I carried out by the institution.

Research Management - Law - 13:08

Environment - Health - 13:03
Highest mortality risk due to air pollution exposure in Brussels in deprived neighbourhoods
Promoting healthy urban environments is an overarching goal of today's city planners and policy makers.

Pharmacology - 13:01
TB-PRACTECAL: Clinical Trial Yields Promising Results for Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis Treatment
TB-PRACTECAL, a clinical trial led by Médecins Sans Frontières with partners including Swiss TPH, has found that a new all-oral treatment regimen for rifampicin-resistant tuberculosis (RR-TB) is safer and more effective than the current accepted standard of care.

Research Management - Health - 09:02
The disappearance of women researchers in times of pandemic
A team from the UNIGE and the HUG has shown that during the COVID-19 pandemic, women researchers submitted significantly less research for publication than their male counterparts did.

Environment - Politics - 09:00
Net zero needs a plan
It will take more than a long-term target for 2050 to achieve climate neutrality, says Reto Knutti. Policymakers must take a consistent approach towards net zero, and define a reduction path with specific measures and interim targets.

Architecture - Social Sciences - 09:00

History / Archeology - 08:09

Health - Social Sciences - 08:09
Study aims to identify best remote support services for domestic violence and abuse survivors in COVID-19 pandemic
The University of Birmingham is leading a new study to identify the impact COVID-19 has had on domestic violence and abuse survivors and the best support packages that can be remotely accessed by survivors or those at risk.

Health - 19.10.2021
Micro-RNA group that controls development of a type of breast cancer
Micro-RNA group that controls development of a type of breast cancer
Micro-RNAs are small molecules that regulate the expression of certain genes.

Architecture - Life Sciences - 19.10.2021
A machine designs new Swiss Alpine architecture at the Seoul Biennale
A machine designs new Swiss Alpine architecture at the Seoul Biennale
The Artificial Swissness exhibit - a larger than life-sized "design brain" developed by EPFL's Media x Design Lab (LDM) - is currently on display at the Seoul Biennale for Architecture and Urbanism, which runs until 31 October 2021.

Transport - 19.10.2021
Electric trucks: ultra-fast charging in the megawatt range
Consortium developing solution for low-emission cargo transport It is an ambitious goal: By 2030 the German government aims to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 65 percent compared to 1990.

Environment - 19.10.2021
The artificial beach in the Barcelona Forum reveals a surprising marine biodiversity
The artificial beach in the Barcelona Forum reveals a surprising marine biodiversity
A study identified 514 marine species in the bathing areas of the Barcelona Forum, an artificial beach affected by different anthropogenic impacts.

Criminology / Forensics - 19.10.2021
Client-side scanning is like bugs in our pockets
Client-side scanning is like bugs in our pockets
Encryption provides a solution to security risks, but its flipside is that it can hinder law enforcement investigations. A new technology called client-side scanning (CSS) would enable targeted information to be revealed through on-device analysis, without weakening encryption or providing decryption keys.

Health - 19.10.2021
UC San Diego Study: E-cigarettes Don’t Help Smokers Stay Off Cigarettes
Cigarette smokers who quit smoking but substitute e-cigarettes, or other tobacco product, are more likely to relapse The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have suggested that smokers who are unable to quit smoking may benefit by switching from smoking cigarettes to vaping e-cigarettes if they switch completely and are able to avoid relapsing to cigarette smoking.

Social Sciences - Psychology - 19.10.2021

Health - 19.10.2021
5 ways to keep vaccine cold storage equipment safe from hackers
5 ways to keep vaccine cold storage equipment safe from hackers
A medical security expert outlines the risks and how hospitals can protect themselves Electronics in the "cold chain” that health systems use to keep items like COVID-19 vaccines ultra-cold dur

Computer Science - 18.10.2021
New wearable device controls individual fingers for sign language, music
Humans use their fingers for some of their most delicate communication. Typing on a keyboard or phone, conversing through sign language, or performing on a guitar or piano require finely-tuned movement and coordination between multiple digits. But many of the technologies intended to control or augment these activities have struggled to recreate the precise gestures and motions they require.  A new solution from the University of Chicago's  Human Computer Integration Laboratory , directed by Asst.

Health - Life Sciences - 18.10.2021

Environment - Life Sciences - 18.10.2021
Climate change and human pressure mean migration may be 'no longer worth it', say researchers
Climate change and human pressure mean migration may be ’no longer worth it’, say researchers
Researchers have found that the benefits of migration have been eroded by the effects of climate change and human pressure.

Health - 18.10.2021
End-of-life care program at UCLA benefited dying patients and loved ones despite COVID restrictions
A program offered by UCLA Health's intensive care units is providing meaningful and compassionate support for dying patients and their families, despite the challenges brought about by COVID-19.

Environment - Innovation - 18.10.2021
Manchester puts energies into global challenge solution that’s close to home
The University of Manchester , alongside the Henry Royce Institute's Sustainable Materials Innovation Hub, is supporting the design and development of a ground-breaking product set to dramatically im

Environment - Campus - 18.10.2021
CMU Offers New Additional Major in Environmental and Sustainability Studies
Carnegie Mellon University A new additional major in environmental and sustainability studies is now available for all undergraduate students at Carnegie Mellon University regardless of their primary major.

Environment - Health - 18.10.2021
Glasgow climate summit: U-M experts available to comment
EXPERTS ADVISORY Delegates from nearly 200 countries will gather in Glasgow, Scotland, at the end of the month for the COP26 climate summit, described by some as a make-or-break chance to curb greenhouse gas emissions and stave off the worst ravages of climate change.

Social Sciences - 18.10.2021

Social Sciences - 18.10.2021
80 Percent of People in Switzerland Feel Fully Integrated into Society
Only very few people in Switzerland feel highly excluded - including mostly foreigners, less educated people, young people as well as older people.

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 18.10.2021
A molecular biologist with a fascination for sunburn
A molecular biologist with a fascination for sunburn
Human cells are like tiny, multi-purpose factories. In his research, biologist Gabriele Alessandro Fontana investigates how cells repair damaged DNA.

Life Sciences - Health - 18.10.2021
Our brains have a 'fingerprint' too
Our brains have a ’fingerprint’ too
An EPFL scientist has pinpointed the signs of brain activity that make up our brain fingerprint, which - like our regular fingerprint - is unique. "I think about it every day and dream about it at night. It's been my whole life for five years now," says Enrico Amico, a scientist and SNSF Ambizione Fellow at EPFL's Medical Image Processing Laboratory and the EPFL Center for Neuroprosthetics.
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