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Career - Astronomy / Space Science - 13:07

Career - Social Sciences - 12:07
'Generation Lockdown' needs targeted help-to-work policies - global report | University of Cambridge
’Generation Lockdown’ needs targeted help-to-work policies - global report | University of Cambridge
Nations the world over are guilty of "policy inertia" when it comes to supporting young people who lost work or will struggle to enter the labour market as a result of the pandemic, according to new research.

Computer Science - Social Sciences - 10:00
The fickleness of fame
It's an age-old question - who lives on in a society's collective memory after they die? New EPFL research has tracked the mentions of thousands of public figures in the year following their deaths, helping to reveal who is remembered, and who is not, after they are gone.  Cleopatra, Genghis Khan and Elvis are just a few historical figures that make up an elite group of people who live on in our history books and collective memory.

Economics / Business - Career - 09:08
City on threshold of exciting growth opportunities - says University of Birmingham report
City on threshold of exciting growth opportunities - says University of Birmingham report
Birmingham is "on the precipice of exciting opportunities for economic growth" despite the impacts of Covid-19 and Brexit, according to a major economic report released today.

Life Sciences - Agronomy / Food Science - 09:08
DNA fingerprinting the ’food of gods’
The tropical root vegetable taro, known as the 'food of the gods' in the Pacific, is under threat from rising sea levels but wild Australian plants being cultivated by The University of Queensland may help boost food security in the region.

Astronomy / Space Science - Environment - 09:03

Health - 21.10.2021
Majority of Victorian women support funding for non-medical egg freezing
Women electing to freeze their eggs without a medical reason should receive some level of financial support through Medicare or private health insurance, according to respondents of a Monash University-led study.

Health - Environment - 21.10.2021
Health and climate change: Australia out on a limb
Australia has no national plan to address health impacts of climate change, despite ongoing calls for a national climate-health strategy, according to a detailed national assessment of health and climate change.

Research Management - Innovation - 20.10.2021
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 - 20.10.2021

Environment - Health - 20.10.2021
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 - 20.10.2021
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.

Social Sciences - Health - 20.10.2021
Women are not receiving needed mental health care through state’s public programs
Among women in California who have recently experienced mild to moderate psychological distress and are eligible for public health services, 4 out of 5 said they received no treatment, a report published today by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research shows.

Social Sciences - Criminology / Forensics - 20.10.2021

Research Management - Health - 20.10.2021
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 - 20.10.2021
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 - 20.10.2021

History / Archeology - 20.10.2021

Health - Social Sciences - 20.10.2021
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.

Innovation - Computer Science - 20.10.2021

Politics - Life Sciences - 20.10.2021

Environment - Economics / Business - 20.10.2021
UCL climate tech spinout uses AI technology to cut industry emissions by gigatonnes
World-leading sustainability research from UCL and Cambridge University has been used to create technology which could cut CO2 emissions in the global cement industry and other energy-intensive trades.

Economics / Business - Social Sciences - 20.10.2021
Why capitalism must adapt to a new era
In new Chicago Booth event series, economists discuss how capitalism can be more equitable Just over a half-century ago, Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman, whose work inspired the "Chicag

Life Sciences - Health - 20.10.2021
CMU CompBio Researchers Take Leading Roles in NIH SenNet Program
Carnegie Mellon University $125 million research initiative aims to study senescent cells, develop treatments for age-related diseases Carnegie Mellon University's Computational Biology Department wi

Health - Mathematics - 20.10.2021
UC Berkeley, UCSF launch joint program in computational precision health
Innovative joint program in computational precision health at UC Berkeley and UCSF aims to improve quality and equity of health care The UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Program in Computational Precision Healt

Health - Campus - 20.10.2021
How cultural differences shape responses to COVID-19
Public health education strategies must consider cultural and regional factors to encourage more optimistic attitudes and safer practices during the pandemic A study exploring cross-cultural differenc

Campus - 20.10.2021
UW students designed a rover to inspect culvert conditions to help fish
Now that the rainy season is here, culverts across the city are giving stormwater and streams a clear path away from streets and roads.

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.
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