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Health - 25.04.2024 - Today
Simplified diagnosis of rare eye diseases
Simplified diagnosis of rare eye diseases
Uveitis experts from Bonn, Berlin, Münster, and Mannheim provide an overview of an underestimated imaging technique Uveitis is a rare inflammatory eye disease.

Astronomy / Space - 25.04.2024 - Today
Introducing 'cooling' green parks to Indian cities
Introducing ’cooling’ green parks to Indian cities
As India grapples once again with unprecedented summer temperatures, a project led by the University of Southampton in the UK is prioritising which areas of a major Indian city need 'cooling' green space. Extreme heat, with temperatures well above 40 degrees Celsius, has already hit parts of India this year.

Environment - Health - 25.04.2024 - Today
University of Waterloo experts on wildfires
The University of Waterloo has experts prepared to provide insights on various aspects of the 2024 wildfire season, including wildfire risk, fire spread, computer modelling of fires, the impact on industry, changes to the quality of air and water and the associated health risks.

Physics - Event - 25.04.2024 - Today
Germany's First Quantum Physics Escape Room Opens
Germany’s First Quantum Physics Escape Room Opens

Life Sciences - Agronomy / Food Science - 25.04.2024 - Today
Radboud University and Maastricht University fund research into crop biotechnology and engineering

Health - Psychology - 25.04.2024 - Today
15,158 applications for the admission procedure to study medicine

Pharmacology - Health - 25.04.2024 - Today
Positive Efficacy and Safety Data for a Novel Treatment for Small Babies
Positive Efficacy and Safety Data for a Novel Treatment for Small Babies

Environment - Health - 25.04.2024 - Today
UCL signs up to ground-breaking sustainable research agreement
UCL signs up to ground-breaking sustainable research agreement
UCL has signed up to a ground-breaking new agreement aimed at making research more environmentally sustainable.

Pharmacology - Health - 25.04.2024 - Today
Positive Efficacy and Safety Data for a Novel Treatment for Babies <5 kg with Malaria
Positive Efficacy and Safety Data for a Novel Treatment for Babies <5 kg with Malaria

Pedagogy - 25.04.2024 - Today
Spotlight on... Jennifer Symonds
Spotlight on... Jennifer Symonds

Innovation - 25.04.2024 - Today
CMU Convenes Experts in Evaluating Generative AI

Innovation - Health - 25.04.2024 - Today
Research in the spotlight

Life Sciences - Pharmacology - 25.04.2024 - Today
Accelerating the Fight against Malaria - World Malaria Day 2024
Accelerating the Fight against Malaria - World Malaria Day 2024
With over 600,000 deaths in 2022, malaria remains one of the biggest health threats particularly in sub-Saharan Africa.

Chemistry - Materials Science - 25.04.2024 - Today
A brief history of perovskites
A brief history of perovskites
The word "perovskite" describes a naturally occurring mineral, but also a whole range of highly specialized synthetic compounds that have promising applications in electronics and photovoltaics. But what do they actually have in common? Who discovered them? And how are researchers using them to create innovative technology? This is the focus of the new issue of Empa Quarterly.

Social Sciences - Campus - 25.04.2024 - Today
There’s a reason Prince Chiagozie Ekoh sees human relationships above all

Health - Physics - 25.04.2024
3 Questions: A shared vocabulary for how infectious diseases spread
Lydia Bourouiba's research on fluid dynamics influenced new guidance from the World Health Organization that will shape how health agencies respond to respiratory infectious diseases.

Electroengineering - Environment - 25.04.2024
Two MIT teams selected for NSF sustainable materials grants

Physics - Astronomy / Space - 24.04.2024
Three Berkeley Lab Scientists Elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Law - 24.04.2024
Evaluating Scotland’s ’rape shield’ laws
The University of Glasgow has contributed to an evaluation of a Scottish law that restricts the use of evidence of a complainer's character or sexual history in sexual offences trials.

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 24.04.2024
University of Bonn Household Robots Win the German Open
University of Bonn Household Robots Win the German Open
The University of Bonn's Team NimbRo was the top scoring team in the @Home league for household robots at the RoboCup German Open, held in Kassel from April 18-20.

Environment - Innovation - 24.04.2024
Transforming environmental studies into global climate action with AI solution
Transforming environmental studies into global climate action with AI solution

Social Sciences - 24.04.2024
Research highlights role of faith spaces in supporting healthy ageing
A team of researchers from The University of Manchester has spent the last 18 months examining how faith spaces in Greater Manchester support different groups of older people within their communities.

Politics - 24.04.2024
A Guide to Perpetual Peace
A Guide to Perpetual Peace
The Russian invasion of Ukraine and Hamas' attack on Israel are just two of the many conflicts that continue to shake the world.

Campus - Innovation - 24.04.2024
New degree programs starting in the winter semester 2024/25
New degree programs starting in the winter semester 2024/25

Innovation - Economics - 24.04.2024
New AI startup accelerator led by Imperial opens for applications

Psychology - Pedagogy - 24.04.2024
A strong personality helps with saying no
A strong personality helps with saying no

Health - Pharmacology - 24.04.2024
Study Confirms Positive Effect of Midazolam after Cardiac Arrest
Study Confirms Positive Effect of Midazolam after Cardiac Arrest
Experts call for recommendations and guidelines to be amended accordingly. If a patient is successfully resuscitated after a cardiac arrest and circulation resumes, they are not out of the woods yet.

Career - Media - 24.04.2024
Studio North marks 10 years of student filmmaking
Studio North marks 10 years of student filmmaking

Computer Science - Innovation - 24.04.2024
AI enhanced touchless computing helps users take control of their gaming experience
AI enhanced touchless computing helps users take control of their gaming experience

Campus - 24.04.2024
Celebrating and consolidating Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at UCL
Celebrating and consolidating Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at UCL

Computer Science - Innovation - 24.04.2024
Machine Learning and Extended Reality Used To Train Welders
Ever since the ancient Egyptians hammered two pieces of gold together until they fused, the art of welding has continuously progressed. Iron Age blacksmiths used heat to forge and weld iron. The discovery of acetylene in the early days of the industrial revolution added a versatile new fuel to welding.

History / Archeology - 24.04.2024
’It bucked our lads up wonderfully’: the lightning-quick WWI battle that marked the birth of the US-Australia military alliance

Health - Pharmacology - 24.04.2024
Post-Covid syndrome: women remain more affected than men after rehab
While the female sex has a protective effect during an acute infection with Covid-19, women run an increased risk of developing post-Covid syndrome (PCS) even after mild cases.

Music - 24.04.2024
UZH Acquires Important Richard Wagner Manuscript
UZH Acquires Important Richard Wagner Manuscript
UZH has made a spectacular acquisition of an important manuscript by Richard Wagner. In "Eine Mitteilung an meine Freunde" (-A Message to My Friends-), the composer takes autobiographical and artistic stock and looks to the future.

Health - Campus - 24.04.2024
Lax antitrust enforcement linked to rising hospital prices
Lax antitrust enforcement linked to rising hospital prices
A new study co-authored by Yale economist Zack Cooper links rising prices for hospital care to lax antitrust enforcement.

Physics - Materials Science - 24.04.2024
World-first analytical Transmission Electron Microscope being developed by Manchester materials scientists
Sarah Haigh, Professor of Materials Characterisation at The University of Manchester and Director of the Electron Microscopy Centre (EMC), photographed in the EMC.

Chemistry - Physics - 24.04.2024
A new method for the industrial purification of ethylene has been synthesised
A new method for the industrial purification of ethylene has been synthesised
A research group at the Institute for Molecular Science (ICMol) of the Universitat de València has synthesised a new material consisting of palladium-gold dinuclear entities.

Transport - Innovation - 24.04.2024
Why the bicycle really is a high-tech masterpiece
Why the bicycle really is a high-tech masterpiece
70-year-old Jan Ploeger devoted his thesis to the promising and unique public transport chain in the Netherlands since 1900 A happy coincidence of circumstances and perseverance.

Campus - Social Sciences - 24.04.2024
2024 Intercultural Capacity Building Grants now open for applications
2024 Intercultural Capacity Building Grants now open for applications

Innovation - Computer Science - 24.04.2024
New VR tech could help gamers experience ’ludicrous speed’ without motion sickness
Vehicle passengers using VR headsets to pass the time during travel could be set to enjoy games which move at 'ludicrous speed' without experiencing motion sickness, researchers say.

Agronomy / Food Science - Health - 24.04.2024
Plum perfect: a natural alternative to preserve meat
A native bushfood has proven to be a promising natural alternative to synthetic chemicals used to preserve meat, according to University of Queensland research. Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation PhD scholar Michel Beya said the Kakadu plum's high antioxidant and antimicrobial properties make it the perfect candidate for a plant-based preservative to extend the shelf life of meat.

Agronomy / Food Science - 24.04.2024
UQ leads efforts to improve Australia-China agricultural engagement

Health - 24.04.2024
More outback doctors needed for people and planet
The need for doctors in Australia's Northern Territory is a hot topic for discussion. Dr Simon Quilty says it's an issue that won't cool down anytime soon - as climate change and financial strain mean ensuring medical care can be difficult.

Politics - 24.04.2024
Democracy Sausage: An even playing field

Innovation - Event - 24.04.2024
World-leading cybernetics pioneer receives ANU honorary doctorate
World-leading cybernetics pioneer receives ANU honorary doctorate

Life Sciences - Innovation - 24.04.2024
UCalgary mobilizes students, researchers and robots to help kids thrive
UCalgary mobilizes students, researchers and robots to help kids thrive
Biomedical engineering students apply technology to improve quality of life for kids with movement impairments Emme Comeau is 10 years old and already a veteran participant in research.

Environment - Campus - 24.04.2024
Through Commitment to Sustainability, Carnegie Mellon Community Envisions Future for All

Health - Campus - 24.04.2024
Faculty diversity program renamed to honor Fannie Gaston-Johansson
Faculty diversity program renamed to honor Fannie Gaston-Johansson

Earth Sciences - Environment - 24.04.2024
Iceland: The land of fire and ice
Beneath an island named for ice flows some of the hottest rivers of all.

Pharmacology - Health - 24.04.2024
A closed-loop drug-delivery system could improve chemotherapy
A closed-loop drug-delivery system could improve chemotherapy
New CLAUDIA system could continuously monitor patients during an infusion and adjust dosage to maintain optimal drug levels. When cancer patients undergo chemotherapy, the dose of most drugs is calculated based on the patient's body surface area. This is estimated by plugging the patient's height and weight into an equation, dating to 1916, that was formulated from data on just nine patients.
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