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Environment - Innovation - 17.09.2021
Look great and do good: Manchester startup apparel brand Pirkani proves that British fashion can be environmentally sustainable and ethical
With environment and ethical sustainability to its core, Pirkani, a graduate startup apparel brand aims to lead the fashion industry from its founding city, Manchester.

Innovation - Agronomy / Food Science - 17.09.2021

Innovation - Social Sciences - 17.09.2021

Innovation - 17.09.2021
Francis Livens to chair Nuclear Innovation and Research Advisory Board
The new Nuclear Innovation and Research Advisory Board (NIRAB) has been announced - with Professor Francis Livens , Director of the Dalton Nuclear Institute, appointed Chair.

Health - Innovation - 17.09.2021
Screw-like Smart Drain invention treats collapsed lungs
Screw-like Smart Drain invention treats collapsed lungs
Medical experts supported by Life Sciences Innovation Hub help save lives with device that combines technology and clinical practice Author University of Calgary researchers have developed new tec hnology to treat patients suffering from a collapsed lung, vastly improving their chances of recovery.

Innovation - Campus - 15.09.2021
Innovation and technology transfer: 2021 Parex Resources Innovation Fellows announced
Six UCalgary scholars granted fellowships for research into quality of life for older adults, treatment of chronic pain, parallel reservoir simulators, and more Currently in its third year, the fellowship program aims to enable researchers to focus on innovation and technology-transfer activities.

Transport - Innovation - 13.09.2021
Bavarian test facility for intelligent mobility
Bavarian test facility for intelligent mobility
TUM, IABG and Bavarian Ministry of Transport join forces The Technical University of Munich (TUM) and Industrieanlagen-Betriebsgesellschaft mbH (IABG) are building a new test bed for intelligent mobility concepts.

Career - Innovation - 10.09.2021

Economics / Business - Innovation - 10.09.2021

Innovation - Life Sciences - 06.09.2021
EPFL and the Wyss Center award two new entrepreneurial projects
EPFL and the Wyss Center award two new entrepreneurial projects
The Capture dream journaling mobile application Scientists have known of the existence of lucid dreams - in which the dreamer becomes aware that they are dreaming - for decades, but the neurobiology is poorly understood and it remains unclear why some people have them while others do not. Lucid dreaming is thought to bring benefits including reduced anxiety, improved motor skills, memory consolidation and enhanced problem solving.

Innovation - Environment - 03.09.2021

Environment - Innovation - 01.09.2021
A carbon-neutral response to rising electricity demand
A carbon-neutral response to rising electricity demand
Many everyday activities rely on electricity. As we look to 2050, this dependence is set to increase, with demand for electricity in Switzerland likely to rise to 50 percent. The increased demand can only be met by transforming the energy system. Switzerland has set itself the goal of ending its greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

Materials Science - Innovation - 31.08.2021
Sprint - From dismantling to re-use as fast as possible
Sprint - From dismantling to re-use as fast as possible
Sprint sets new standards for circular construction: In only ten months, flexible and COVID-19-compliant office spaces were built at NEST, the research and innovation platform of Empa and Eawag, using mostly reused materials and components.

Computer Science - Innovation - 31.08.2021
CMU Spinoff RobotWits Helps Pave Waymo’s Way in Pittsburgh
Carnegie Mellon University When Waymo opens its office in Pittsburgh, it will do so partly with the team and expertise of a Carnegie Mellon University spinoff company.

Innovation - 31.08.2021
New tool estimates how much affordable housing a city needs
New tool estimates how much affordable housing a city needs
Canada needs a more cohesive strategy to help the more than 1.7 million people currently living in unaffordable, overcrowded or poor-condition housing, says UBC expert Dr. Penny Gurstei

Social Sciences - Innovation - 27.08.2021

Career - Innovation - 26.08.2021
ABPDU Celebrates a Decade of Bio-Innovation
ABPDU Celebrates a Decade of Bio-Innovation
The scale-up facility takes a look back at its success enabling the bioeconomy -By Emily Scott T en years ago, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory announced the opening of a brand new, 15,000-squar

Environment - Innovation - 25.08.2021
Scientists set out immediate actions and future research priorities to help UK to reach net zero target
Scientists set out immediate actions and future research priorities to help UK to reach net zero target
A new paper by leading UK scientists sets out key solutions and policy actions that should be implemented now, as well as priority research areas for the next decade, if the UK is to reach its net zero target by 2050.

Innovation - Administration - 25.08.2021
Federal Council seeks to strengthen Switzerland's appeal as a location for startups
The Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research EAER was commissioned by the Federal Council to examine Switzerland's startup ecosystem.

Economics / Business - Innovation - 25.08.2021

Economics / Business - Innovation - 23.08.2021

Health - Innovation - 18.08.2021
Post-COVID recovery: Flanders invests heavily in KU Leuven research infrastructure
Post-COVID recovery: Flanders invests heavily in KU Leuven research infrastructure
No fewer than six projects of KU Leuven will receive substantial financial support as part of the post-COVID recovery plan of the Flemish Government, called 'Flemish Resilience'.

Innovation - Mechanical Engineering - 13.08.2021

Innovation - Career - 11.08.2021
Who owns the discoveries and inventions made by scientists?
Who owns the discoveries and inventions made by scientists?
SUMMER SERIES: HOW SCIENCE WORKS Every year, scientists churn out over 4,000 journal articles on new discoveries and nearly 140 inventions. Even though discoveries and inventions are closely related, it would be a mistake to put them in the same basket: the intellectual property is handled in two very different ways.

Innovation - 11.08.2021

Physics - Innovation - 29.07.2021

Campus - Innovation - 28.07.2021
Bringing Students into the Next Industrial Revolution
Carnegie Mellon University The term "Industrial Revolution," might evoke images of a bygone era, with steam trains and bustling factories.

Innovation - Physics - 27.07.2021
Berkeley Lab Optical Innovation Could Calm the Jitters of High-Power Lasers
Berkeley Lab Optical Innovation Could Calm the Jitters of High-Power Lasers
By Joe Chew and Jeroen van Tilborg The Berkeley Lab Laser Accelerator (BELLA) Center at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory ÜBerkeley Lab) has developed and tested an in

Innovation - Life Sciences - 23.07.2021
Wyss Center partners with Artiria Medical to accelerate a novel therapy for cerebral vasospasm
The new device will interact with the nerves responsible for constriction of brain arteries - a common complication after hemorrhagic stroke Geneva, Switzerland - The Wyss Center and Artiria Medical

Innovation - Economics / Business - 22.07.2021

Agronomy / Food Science - Innovation - 20.07.2021