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Innovation - Materials Science - 06.05.2022
Launch of 3ALP, a public-private laboratory dedicated to the aluminium of the future
Launch of 3ALP, a public-private laboratory dedicated to the aluminium of the future
Parts that resist longer, processes that are both more economical and environmentally friendly, these are some of the key issues in metallurgy across all sectors of its application, especially with r

Innovation - Computer Science - 06.05.2022
Acceleration Consortium cements partnership with global technology leader Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
As it builds a global community to accelerate the discovery of materials for a healthier, more sustainable future, the  Acceleration Consortium at the University of Toronto recently welcomed a visit from one of its new industry partners : Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany.

Innovation - Career - 06.05.2022
Berkeley’s Bakar BioEnginuity Hub opens its doors
Over 250 people attended UC Berkeley's Bakar BioEnginuity Hub grand opening Tuesday to celebrate the transformation of the building and the innovations that will come from its startups.

Computer Science - Innovation - 05.05.2022

Environment - Innovation - 05.05.2022
New report stimulates a 'green wave' to a net-zero tomorrow
New report stimulates a ’green wave’ to a net-zero tomorrow
Curtin University has reduced its energy consumption by three per cent every year and introduced a suite of energy reduction initiatives as part of a new national blueprint, which seeks to address the net-zero challenge for universities across Australia.

Innovation - 03.05.2022
Augmented reality can impede the optimization of production
Production workers instructed with augmented reality glasses can work much faster than colleagues instructed with analog methods. However, an international study shows that they are less capable of internalizing their tasks and of making suggestions to improve production processes. These insights may help companies when adapting AR applications to their needs and balancing productivity gains against process optimization priorities.

Innovation - 03.05.2022
Monash University Opens World-Class Robotics Research Facility
Monash University Opens World-Class Robotics Research Facility
The $6.5 million dollar investment into Monash Robotics furthers the work of Monash University in the development of a world-leading robotics precinct, which includes the Makerspace, Monash Smart Manufacturing Hub, Data Futures Institute and Monash Generator.

Health - Innovation - 02.05.2022
Queen’s University and Lakeridge Health Establish Collaboration to Address Physician Shortage
Monday, May 2, 2022 Durham Region, ON - Queen's University and Lakeridge Health are excited to announce an innovative and first-of-its-kind-in-Canada education and training approach that will help to

Health - Innovation - 29.04.2022
’Eye-Catching’ Smartphone App Could Make It Easy To Screen for Neurological Disease at Home
Researchers at the University of California San Diego have developed a smartphone app that could allow people to screen for Alzheimer's disease, ADHD and other neurological diseases and disorders—by recording closeups of their eye. The app uses a near-infrared camera, which is built into newer smartphones for facial recognition, along with a regular selfie camera to track how a person's pupil changes in size.

Research Management - Innovation - 28.04.2022

Innovation - Research Management - 28.04.2022

Pedagogy - Innovation - 28.04.2022
Innovative application helps students learn to write
Innovative application helps students learn to write
EPFL startup School Rebound has developed a revolutionary application that uses artificial intelligence to help students improve their handwriting in a fun and personalized way.

Social Sciences - Innovation - 28.04.2022
AI-powered board game can help reduce social isolation in older adults
AI-powered board game can help reduce social isolation in older adults
The game is styled after Hasbro's 'Guess Who'' and features a virtual opponent who can carry on conversations It's no mystery why online games became an even-more popular pastime during the COVID-19

Social Sciences - Innovation - 27.04.2022
New language-learning algorithms risk reinforcing inequalities, social fragmentation, per U-M study
New language-learning algorithms risk reinforcing inequalities, social fragmentation, per U-M study
The use of large language models could transform many facets of modern life, including how policymakers assess public sentiment about pending legislation, how patients evaluate their medical care and how scientists could translate research findings across languages.

Innovation - Health - 26.04.2022
Western team wins Governor General medal for kids’ hearing-aid tech
A Western team of audiology researchers has developed gold-standard ways to assess, treat and properly fit and tune hearing aids for infants, including to this baby wearing hearing aids.

Innovation - 26.04.2022
Online Study Space wins award for most innovative project
Library very pleased with prize for most innovative project during the pandemic. April 2022 Art Libraries Society / The Netherlands (ARLIS / NL) has declared the Online Study Space to be the best and most innovative project during the COVID-19 crisis.

Innovation - Health - 25.04.2022
Successful spin-off from the University of Bonn and LSI
APIS Assay Technologies Ltd acquires startup Clickmer Systems, which is developing antibody alternative The British company APIS Assay Technologies Ltd has acquired the University of Bonn's spin-off project Clickmer Systems, which was further developed at the Life Science Inkubator (LSI), for a single-digit million euro sum.

Innovation - Environment - 25.04.2022

Innovation - Materials Science - 25.04.2022
Focus on people
Focus on people
Empa's Annual Report 2021 leads you on a gripping journey through the world of research and innovation; you may be surprised at how broad the term "applied research" is defined at Empa.

Innovation - Health - 22.04.2022
Digitisation of the sense of smell
Digitisation of the sense of smell
Over the next three years, the participating partner institutes from Germany, Israel and Finland want to jointly develop intelligent electronic sensors that can detect and digitally transmit healthy and pathologically altered body odours.

Innovation - Materials Science - 20.04.2022
GEIC partner community strengthens with arrivals and renewals
GEIC partner community strengthens with arrivals and renewals
The Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre's ecosystem for industrial engagement continues to grow with more Tier 2 partners being added to the roster in recent weeks, while existing partners have also committed to the facility by renewing terms for another year.

Earth Sciences - Innovation - 20.04.2022
HeiGIT: Making Geodata Useful for Mobility Support and Humanitarian Aid
HeiGIT: Making Geodata Useful for Mobility Support and Humanitarian Aid
Klaus Tschira Foundation bolsters funding for Heidelberg Institute for Geoinformation Technology Freely accessible route planners that can be quickly used after catastrophes for work by aid organisat

Innovation - Materials Science - 20.04.2022

Innovation - Environment - 20.04.2022
Scott Institute’s Siefken Joins Office of Technology Transitions at the DOE
Carnegie Mellon University's announced today that Anna J. Siefken will take a leave of absence from her position as executive director to join the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) Office of Technology Transitions (OTT) as a commercialization executive.

Astronomy / Space Science - Innovation - 20.04.2022

Innovation - Health - 20.04.2022

Health - Innovation - 19.04.2022
UQ microbiopsy deal could change the way skin conditions are diagnosed
UQ microbiopsy deal could change the way skin conditions are diagnosed
A skin microbiopsy device developed by researchers at The University of Queensland, that takes tissue samples smaller than 0.5mm in diameter, could change the way skin cancers and other skin conditions are diagnosed and monitored.

Innovation - Economics / Business - 19.04.2022

Innovation - Economics / Business - 19.04.2022

Physics - Innovation - 19.04.2022
Cardiff joins Quantum Photonics project
Researchers at Cardiff University are joining a project that aims to create a library of standardised Quantum Photonics components that can speed up mass fabrication.

Innovation - Environment - 18.04.2022

Environment - Innovation - 14.04.2022
New Western Research chair working towards gender-equitable, low-carbon economy
Gender, sexuality and women's studies professor Bipasha Baruah has been named as the Strategic Focus Western Research Chair.