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Politics - 12.07.2024 - Today
Georgia's ruling party steps up its assault on the country's LGBTQ+ people
Georgia’s ruling party steps up its assault on the country’s LGBTQ+ people

Life Sciences - Environment - 12.07.2024 - Today
Insight into one of life's earliest ancestors revealed in new study
Insight into one of life’s earliest ancestors revealed in new study
An international team involving UCL researchers has shed light on Earth's earliest ecosystem, showing that within a few hundred million years of planetary formation, life on Earth was already flourishing. Everything alive today derives from a single common ancestor known affectionately as LUCA (Last Universal Common Ancestor).

Life Sciences - History / Archeology - 12.07.2024 - Today
Croc’s deadly last meal in Ancient Egypt unearthed
Scientists have used state of the art 3D imaging technology to piece together the life - and probable death - of a 2.2 metre-long crocodile mummified by the ancient Egyptians.

Life Sciences - Campus - 12.07.2024 - Today
Leveraging AI in cultivated seafood research
Leveraging AI in cultivated seafood research
Two students from the f aculties of Science and Math ematics are exploring new ways to bring cultivated seafood to the table.

Career - Campus - 12.07.2024 - Today
Orientation for engineering students
Anyone starting an engineering degree at the Ilmenau University of Technology in the upcoming winter semester 2024/25 will, if they so wish, receive sound orientation in the extensive fields of activity of engineers alongside their studies.

Health - 12.07.2024 - Today
Fall in daily sugar intake following introduction of UK sugar tax
Daily sugar intake fell by 11g - equivalent to two and a half teaspoons - in adults in the year after the introduction of the UK's 'sugar tax' in 2018, finds a new study involving a UCL researcher. By the end of the first year of the sugar tax roll-out, daily sugar consumption also fell by 5g in children.

Linguistics / Literature - History / Archeology - 12.07.2024 - Today
Opinion: Five of this summer's best fiction reads
Opinion: Five of this summer’s best fiction reads

Psychology - Health - 12.07.2024 - Today
Q and A with the experts: Break the cycle of burnout
Q and A with the experts: Break the cycle of burnout

Social Sciences - 12.07.2024 - Today
14 July marks International Non-Binary People's Day
14 July marks International Non-Binary People’s Day

Innovation - Chemistry - 12.07.2024 - Today
Imperial and BASF spinout SOLVE to digitally transform chemical manufacturing
Imperial and BASF spinout SOLVE to digitally transform chemical manufacturing
A new spinout will use AI and innovative experimental methods to improve the manufacturing of products such as drugs and fertilisers.

Innovation - Health - 12.07.2024 - Today
University of Twente in European top with three new Proof of Concept grants

Pharmacology - Health - 12.07.2024 - Today
Unravelling the secrets of silk threads
Unravelling the secrets of silk threads
The silkworm  (Bombyx mori ) and related species are among the oldest pets of mankind. The fascinating ability of these insects to spin a thread hundreds of metres long has been used for around 5,000 years.

Music - Social Sciences - 12.07.2024 - Today
Identity and resilience: Aboriginal performers have been celebrating NAIDOC since 1959
Identity and resilience: Aboriginal performers have been celebrating NAIDOC since 1959

Campus - Health - 12.07.2024 - Today
Six professors appointed

Economics - Career - 12.07.2024 - Today
Why real wages have fallen in Australia but risen in most other OECD countries
Why real wages have fallen in Australia but risen in most other OECD countries

Sport - Health - 12.07.2024 - Today
Olympic qualifiers 2024: University sport stars head to Paris
Olympic qualifiers 2024: University sport stars head to Paris

Health - 12.07.2024 - Today
Calgary cardiac patient first in Western Canada to benefit from newly approved ablation technology
Calgary cardiac patient first in Western Canada to benefit from newly approved ablation technology

Veterinary - Health - 12.07.2024 - Today
International welfare group calls for worldwide end to adverts inappropriately using dogs with extreme body shapes

Health - Pharmacology - 12.07.2024 - Today
UQ awarded almost $1 million to address global health challenge

Health - Social Sciences - 12.07.2024 - Today
UQ health and medical research secures $7.5 million boost

Law - Campus - 12.07.2024 - Today
Law valedictorian looks to inspire others
Law valedictorian looks to inspire others

Environment - Economics - 12.07.2024 - Today
The ANU scholar helping Lululemon sprint to sustainability
The ANU scholar helping Lululemon sprint to sustainability

Health - Psychology - 12.07.2024 - Today
Alberta Children's Hospital Foundation commits $9.9M to support next chapter of Owerko Centre
Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation commits $9.9M to support next chapter of Owerko Centre

Health - Administration - 12.07.2024 - Today
Newly funded CIHR project aims at mentoring solutions for retaining nursing workforce
UCalgary Nursing researcher Tracie Risling and Alberta Health Services leaders co-lead study-focused ways to stabilize and support more sustainable nursing workforce A combination of slowing numbers o

Sport - 12.07.2024 - Today
Running without air resistance
Running without air resistance

Life Sciences - Health - 12.07.2024
Machine learning and the microscope
Machine learning and the microscope
PhD candidate Xinyi Zhang is developing computational tools for analyzing cells in the age of multimodal data.

Life Sciences - Health - 11.07.2024
Synthetic biology reveals the secrets of life without oxygen
Synthetic biology reveals the secrets of life without oxygen

Social Sciences - Psychology - 11.07.2024
Listening to young voices: Labour’s victory and the role of wellbeing data in delivering manifesto promises

Music - 11.07.2024
Two early career researchers at HU receive Emmy Noether funding from the German Research Foundation
Nakib Protik investigates the transport properties of materials, specifically, the strong drag physics; Stefanie Alisch explores sound systems for a new understanding of musicology.

Earth Sciences - Environment - 11.07.2024
Analysis: The Atlantic Gulf Stream was unexpectedly strong during the last ice age
Analysis: The Atlantic Gulf Stream was unexpectedly strong during the last ice age
Writing in The Conversation, Professors Mark Maslin, David Thornalley and Dr Jack Wharton's (UCL Geography) new research has found the Gulf Stream, which carries warm water northwards through the Atlantic, was stronger and deeper 20,000 years ago than it is today. Twenty thousand years ago the world was locked into  a great ice age.

Pedagogy - 11.07.2024
National Student Survey: our students are very satisfied

Psychology - Life Sciences - 11.07.2024
Why consciousness may have evolved to benefit society rather than individuals
Why consciousness may have evolved to benefit society rather than individuals
Finding a scientific explanation of subjective awareness means accepting that biology and culture work together to shape how brains evolve, write Professor David Oakley (UCL Psychology and Language Sciences) and Professor Peter Halligan of Cardiff University in The Conversation.

Administration - 11.07.2024
MyServices - Finance queries set to go live next week
MyServices - Finance queries set to go live next week

Astronomy / Space - 11.07.2024
Scientific definition of a planet says it must orbit our sun. A new proposal would change that
Scientific definition of a planet says it must orbit our sun. A new proposal would change that
Key takeaways The International Astronomical Union defines a planet as a celestial body that orbits the sun, is massive enough that gravity has forced it into a spherical shape, and has cleared away other objects near its orbit around the sun.

Career - Health - 11.07.2024
Positive leadership communication can be an effective tool to reduce worker burnout, turnover

Research Management - 11.07.2024
University of Manchester helps secure £34 million for transformative UK life sciences data
University of Manchester helps secure £34 million for transformative UK life sciences data

Health - Pharmacology - 11.07.2024
Making healthy cells stronger might protect them against cancer cells
Cancer cells are known to take advantage of a mechanism called cell competition, a quality control system that ensures that our tissues are composed of healthy cells.

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 11.07.2024
Deep-Mapping the Night Sky for Hot Stars
Deep-Mapping the Night Sky for Hot Stars
UVEX: NASA's new UV space telescope with an ISTA fingerprint to conquer space The next NASA space telescope to survey the ultraviolet sky starting 2030 has the fingerprint of an astronomer from the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (ISTA).

Campus - Career - 11.07.2024
Familiar faces ease Uni transition
Familiar faces ease Uni transition

Administration - Politics - 11.07.2024
Safeguarding the public service in the digital era
Safeguarding the public service in the digital era

Life Sciences - Health - 11.07.2024
Ghent University spin-off Trince wins Nature Spinoff Prize
Ghent University spin-off Trince wins Nature Spinoff Prize

Pharmacology - Health - 11.07.2024
Opioids: a nudge to reduce consumption
When long-term users of prescription opioids in Canada were mailed a brochure encouraging them to cut their dosages, many of them did - and that's a good thing, researchers say.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 11.07.2024
ONC welcomes new Tang.Gwan - hacxwiqak - Tsigis Marine Protected Area
ONC welcomes new Tang.Gwan - hacxwiqak - Tsigis Marine Protected Area
Ocean Networks Canada, a University of Victoria initiative, welcomes today's announcement of the new marine protected area (MPA) Tang.

Pedagogy - Innovation - 11.07.2024
Where to next with AI in higher education?

Economics - 11.07.2024
Navigating the ins and outs of modern email etiquette
Navigating the ins and outs of modern email etiquette
Is there a right way to write an email? We asked a business communication expert.

Life Sciences - Health - 11.07.2024
Tatts all, folks: Graduate leaves ANU with more than just a PhD
Tatts all, folks: Graduate leaves ANU with more than just a PhD

Health - 11.07.2024
Inflatable cushion designed to help healthcare staff move patients to enter clinical trial
Inflatable cushion designed to help healthcare staff move patients to enter clinical trial
The 'BathMat' inflatable prone repositioning device aims to make care safer for patients with acute respiratory conditions in intensive care An inflatable device created to help doctors and nurses sa

Innovation - Computer Science - 11.07.2024
Researchers Seek to Reduce Harm to Multicultural Users of Voice Assistants
Users of voice assistants such as Siri, Alexa or Google Assistant know the frustration of being misunderstood by a machine.

Campus - Social Sciences - 11.07.2024
JHU’s climate assessment results available online

Health - Campus - 11.07.2024
University’s Public Interest Investment Advisory Committee reconvenes
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