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Astronomy / Space Science - 05.08.2021
Superflares may be less harmful to exoplanets than previously thought
Superflares may be less harmful to exoplanets than previously thought
Astronomers have long suspected that superflares, extreme radiation bursts from stars, can cause lasting damage to the atmospheres - and thus habitability - of exoplanets. A new study published Aug. 5 in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society reports that they pose only a limited danger to planetary systems.

Health - Pharmacology - 04.08.2021
Artificial pancreas trialled for outpatients with type 2 diabetes for first time
Artificial pancreas trialled for outpatients with type 2 diabetes for first time
An artificial pancreas could soon help those people living with type 2 diabetes who also require kidney dialysis.

Health - Pharmacology - 04.08.2021
Women voice frustration over current care for recurrent urinary tract infections
Women with frequent urinary tract infections say they're unhappy with what they perceive as their doctors' overuse of antibiotics and with the limited treatment options available to them, according to a study led by researchers from UCLA and Cedars-Sinai. The research, recently published in the Journal of Urology, highlights the need for physicians to do a better job finding out why patients get recurrent UTIs, to develop strategies to prevent them and to avoid the unnecessary use of antibiotics, which over time can lead to resistance to the medication.

Life Sciences - 04.08.2021
Skull of 340 million year old predatory amphibian digitally recreated
Researchers from UCL and the University of Bristol have used cutting-edge techniques to digitally reconstruct the skull of one of the earliest limbed animals, revealing how it would have bit into its prey.

History / Archeology - Art and Design - 04.08.2021
Scottish and Irish researchers to investigate ancient Ogham script
Academics from Scotland and Ireland are harnessing cutting-edge digital and 3D technologies to protect the inscriptions and transform our understanding of the ancient Celtic Ogham writing system, it was announced today.

Life Sciences - Campus - 04.08.2021
New Study Holds Promise for ’Critically Endangered’ Giant Sea Bass
Scripps-led study recommends new assessment of giant sea bass species using data from both sides of U.S.-Mexico border A new study led by Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego and colleagues suggests that the original assessment and current listing of the giant sea bass as a critically endangered species might be inaccurate, and recommends a reevaluation of the species' status using comprehensive biological and fisheries information from Mexican as well as U.S. waters.

Health - Pharmacology - 04.08.2021
Q&A: Realism on Achieving Herd Immunity with Dr. Chip Schooley
"When will we get 'back to normal''" is a question looming on many Americans' minds. The answer largely depends on the country's ability to substantially ramp up immunity to SARS CoV-2 .

Health - Economics / Business - 04.08.2021
Graphic Warning Labels on Cigarette Packaging Changes Perceptions
Smokers in a randomized clinical trial were more likely to recognize the negative consequences of tobacco and consider quitting Purchase a pack of cigarettes in Australia and be prepared to be accost

Life Sciences - Social Sciences - 04.08.2021
Data scientists go to the mat to learn about microbial networks
National Science Foundation backs Rice-led search for 'rules of life' in microbiomes In at least one sense, every man is an island, and every man-island has lots of inhabitants.

Environment - Astronomy / Space Science - 04.08.2021
New satellite data reveal increasing proportion of world's population exposed to floods
New satellite data reveal increasing proportion of world’s population exposed to floods
New research used direct satellite observations of floods to reveal that the proportion of the world's population exposed to floods has grown by 24% since the turn of the century-10 times higher than scientists previously thought-due to both increased flooding and population migration. This marks an increase of population inside flood-prone regions of up to 86 million people, according to a team of researchers led by scientists at Cloud to Street, a global flood tracking and risk analytics company for disaster managers and insurers.

Linguistics / Literature - 03.08.2021
Historic correspondence collections added to Manchester Digital Collections
The Letters of John Ruskin and the Nancy Cunard Correspondence are the latest collections to be added to the University's world-class image viewer, giving users all over the world access to the unique documents held at the Rylands.

Environment - 03.08.2021
Integrate disciplines to conserve biodiversity
Integrate disciplines to conserve biodiversity
Innovation arises through the transfer of research results into practice Valuable research results threaten to gather dust in university libraries if they are not put into practice.

Health - 03.08.2021
Prepared for the future: MHH puts new logistics centre into operation
Prepared for the future: MHH puts new logistics centre into operation
Central location, state-of-the-art technology and standardised processes Hannover Medical School (MHH) has put its new logistics centre into operation.

Life Sciences - Health - 03.08.2021
Innovative gel offers new hope to defeat Parkinson's disease
Innovative gel offers new hope to defeat Parkinson’s disease
Researchers from The Australian National University (ANU), in collaboration with The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, have developed a new type of hydrogel that could radically transform how we treat Parkinson's disease.

Health - Career - 03.08.2021

Life Sciences - Agronomy / Food Science - 03.08.2021
More diversity for our farms and forks
More diversity for our farms and forks
Domestication of plants adds to the range of available food As a contribution to increasing crop variety for improved food security in Subsaharan Africa, a leafy vegetable which is rich in vitamins and minerals shall be domesticated. At present, however, as highlighted by a research team from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) together with researchers from Nigeria, the plants still contain highly toxic substances that are carcinogenic and liver-damaging.

Health - 03.08.2021
Handwashing robot makes a splash at Glasgow primary schools
A robot which encourages children to wash their hands is helping Glasgow primary school pupils do their part to prevent the spread of COVID-19. WallBo, a 'social robot' with a friendly smile and a Scottish accent, developed by researchers at the University of Glasgow, has helped boost hand hygiene awareness in two local primary schools.

Pharmacology - Health - 03.08.2021
World-first UK trial to assess whether cannabis-based drug could extend life for thousands with aggressive brain tumours
The University of Birmingham will co-ordinate a major UK trial to analyse the efficacy of cannabis-based drug Sativex in treating the most aggressive form of brain tumours.

Chemistry - Physics - 03.08.2021
NSF grant kicks off Center for Adapting Flaws into Features
Rice chemists lead effort to optimize materials by exploiting their defects There's a saying among programmers who make excuses for flaws in their code: "That's not a bug, that's a feature!” Chemists at Rice University are taking the concept far more seriously.

Environment - Astronomy / Space Science - 03.08.2021

Health - Campus - 03.08.2021

Health - Pharmacology - 03.08.2021
Patients who miss multiple GP appointments stay missing from healthcare
Patients who miss multiple GP appointments stay missing from healthcare
Research tracking people across the health service shows that patients who miss multiple GP appointments are not seeking help from Emergency Departments.    Last updated on Wednesday 11 August 2021 R

Psychology - Social Sciences - 03.08.2021

Health - 03.08.2021
Pandemic may have increased older adults’ fall risk, U-M poll suggests
The COVID-19 pandemic may have increased older adults' risk of falling and injuring themselves, due to changes in physical activity, conditioning and mobility, a new national poll suggests.

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 02.08.2021

Politics - 02.08.2021
Switzerland and the EU - where to now?
Switzerland and the EU - where to now?
Following the termination of negotiations for a framework agreement, researchers outline a three-stage plan for the further development of a constructive partnership between Switzerland and the European Union.

Social Sciences - 02.08.2021
Opinion: Deporting ’foreign criminals’ in the middle of the night doesn’t make us safer
The government exploits dominant myths about crime and immigration to justify its mass deportation flights, says Dr Luke De Noronha (UCL Institute for Advanced Studies).

Economics / Business - 02.08.2021
Generous with Individuals and Selfish to the Masses
Financial scandals or just normal human behaviour? Neuroeconomists at the University of Zurich have shown in an experimental setting that most people are willing to steal half of the earnings of a la

Health - Life Sciences - 02.08.2021
Salmonella: Intestinal flora as reason for asymptomatic disease progression
Salmonella infections can result in a broad spectrum of illnesses. According to the latest research findings, one reason why some cases are harmless while others are very severe lies in the intestinal flora. An infection with Salmonella can have very different consequences. While some infected people do not notice the infection with the bacteria at all - this is called an asymptomatic progression - others suffer from severe gastrointestinal complaints.

History / Archeology - 02.08.2021
Remains of U.S. Pilot Recovered offshore Vietnam
Scripps Oceanography's Project Recover uses advanced underwater technology to aid in recovery U.S. Air Force Maj.

Environment - 02.08.2021
Opinion: Why nuclear power isn’t part of the solution to the global climate change crisis
Nuclear power cannot compete with the technological, economic, safety and security advantages of the renewable evolution, says Honorary Senior Research Associate, Dr Paul Dorfman (UCL Energy Institute).

Pharmacology - Health - 02.08.2021
Text Reminders Boost Vaccine Appointments
Carnegie Mellon University Researchers find text messages that impart psychological ownership are an effective method to encourage people to sign up and show up for COVID-19 vaccinations Researchers

Social Sciences - Economics / Business - 02.08.2021
Computer security personnel need tools, training to assist survivors of intimate partner violence
FACULTY Q&A Survivors of intimate partner violence who experience tech abuse often reach out to computer security companies for help.
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