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Pharmacology - Health - 15:07
Tracking efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines in cancer patients
Tracking efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines in cancer patients
A new study led by researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) and The Canberra Hospital will investigate the efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines in cancer patients.   ANU Clinical Senior Lectur

Chemistry - Environment - 14:02
From Slurry to High-Purity Hydrogen
From Slurry to High-Purity Hydrogen
Hydrogen from real biogas: TU Graz and the start-up Rouge H2 Engineering have scored a world's first in producing high-purity hydrogen from biogas directly at a biogas plant using a new chemical looping process.

Health - 09:09
Insole technology helping people put their best foot forward
A shoe insole using bionic technology to help people with nerve damage maintain their balance has been designed by University of Queensland researchers.

Pharmacology - 09:09
Drug use remains a serious issue in Queensland: Wastewater report
Drug use remains a serious issue in Queensland: Wastewater report
Queensland still has high rates of MDMA, cocaine and methyl amphetamine consumption, according to a report released by t'he Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) . The analysis was part of the National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program led by The University of Queensland and The University of South Australia , which provided insights into Australia's drug consumption for 12 substances.

Psychology - 09:01
An application to monitor people at risk of psychosis
An application to monitor people at risk of psychosis
A team from the UNIGE has developed an application that makes it possible to monitor the frequency and intensity of the symptoms of people at risk for psychosis on a daily basis, in order to be able to adapt their medical follow-up and determine the cause of the appearance of symptoms.

Social Sciences - Economics / Business - 09:00
The NFT market for digital artwork behaves like social networks
The NFT market for digital artwork behaves like social networks
In a study of transactions involving non-fungible tokens (NFTs), which represent digital works of art, scientists have found that the NFT market has much the same structure as interactions on social networks.

Environment - Materials Science - 28.10.2021
Monash experts and COP26
Monash University experts are available to discuss issues relating to COP26 and climate change. To find out how Monash is addressing climate change, or for expert commentary on climate issues, visit Monash at COP26 , and our climate change edition of Monash Lens .

Health - Pharmacology - 27.10.2021
For people of color in L.A., misinformation, past injustices contribute to vaccine hesitancy
New UCLA research identifies several factors influencing how people of color in Los Angeles County are making decisions about COVID-19 vaccination.

Life Sciences - Health - 27.10.2021
UC San Diego-Led Team Receives $9M to Advance Parkinson’s Disease Treatments
The grant from Aligning Science Across Parkinson's (ASAP) will help further the discovery that inhibiting single gene in mice converts other cell types directly into new neurons, alleviating all Park

Health - 27.10.2021
Sweet! How Glycogen is Linked to Heat Generation in Fat Cells
Discovery of new metabolic pathway for stored sugars helps explain how cellular energy is produced and expended in obesity, advancing therapeutic potential Humans carry around with them, often abundantly so, at least two kinds of fat tissue: white and brown. White fat cells are essentially inert containers for energy stored in the form of a single large, oily droplet.

Linguistics / Literature - Art and Design - 27.10.2021

Agronomy / Food Science - Environment - 27.10.2021
Farming reboot lays seeds for prosperity in poor regions
Farming reboot lays seeds for prosperity in poor regions
Agriculture experts from The Australian National University (ANU) have teamed up with government bodies and NGOs in sub-Saharan Africa to improve irrigation schemes and boost crop production.     The

Health - Life Sciences - 27.10.2021
Research grant for Silvia Arber to investigate Parkinson's
Research grant for Silvia Arber to investigate Parkinson’s
Silvia Arber - group leader at the FMI and at the Biozentrum, University of Basel - and a team of international experts receive 8 million Swiss Francs from the Aligning Science Across Parkinson's (ASAP) initiative to investigate Parkinson's.

Economics / Business - 27.10.2021

Economics / Business - Pedagogy - 27.10.2021

Health - Pharmacology - 27.10.2021
Cardiff University to take leading role in COVID-19 antiviral trial
Cardiff University is to play a major role in UK-wide research into antiviral drugs that could help protect people from the worst symptoms of the virus.

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 27.10.2021
UChicago scholars confront white supremacy across American life
Historians bring together essays that offer insight into white power violence Characterizing white supremacy and putting it in context can be complicated, but a new book co-edited by two University of Chicago historians seeks to do just that.

Environment - Innovation - 27.10.2021
From kerbside to tram stop: Recycled plastics will soon feature in Melbourne’s tram platforms
Recycled plastics from kerbside waste will be used to create innovative modular tram stops, making Melbourne's tram network more sustainable, accessible for people with disabilities and less disruptive to maintain and develop.

Environment - Life Sciences - 27.10.2021
Biodiversity collections address science workforce needs
Biodiversity collections address science workforce needs
The task of training an effective cadre of biodiversity scientists has grown more challenging in recent years, as foundational skills and knowledge in organismal biology have increasingly required complementary data skills and knowledge.

Chemistry - Pharmacology - 27.10.2021
U-M researchers invent chemical reaction that could accelerate drug discovery
U-M researchers invent chemical reaction that could accelerate drug discovery
Medicines come from chemical reactions, and better chemical reactions lead to better medicines. Yet, the most popular reaction used in drug discovery, called the amide coupling, makes an inherently unstable amide bond.

Environment - Social Sciences - 27.10.2021
The climate emergency: a Q&A with Ariane Burke and Julien Riel-Salvatore
On the eve of the UN's COP26 conference in Glasgow, two UdeM anthropologists discuss a new study they've co-written that's become a must-read among climate watchers around the world.

Computer Science - Economics / Business - 27.10.2021

Physics - 27.10.2021
MicroBooNE 'shines a flashlight' on tricky neutrinos
MicroBooNE ’shines a flashlight’ on tricky neutrinos
These are boom times for Yale physicist Bonnie Fleming and the Micro Booster Neutrino Experiment (MicroBooNE).

Chemistry - Research Management - 26.10.2021
£9 million research programme to reinvent chemical separation methods and significantly cut total global energy consumption begins
£9 million research programme to reinvent chemical separation methods and significantly cut total global energy consumption begins A £9 million project to develop new chemical processing technology

Health - Life Sciences - 26.10.2021
The UB improves positions in the BGU and NTU rankings
Institucional The University of Barcelona improves positions in the international ranking Best Global Universities (BGU) , in which it holds the 87th position worldwide, compared to last year's 90th position.
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