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Environment / Sustainable Development - Life Sciences - 08.06.2018
UQ #1 in Australia in influential Nature Index
The University of Queensland is the top-ranked institution in Australia in this year's Nature Index of high-quality research outputs.

Medicine / Pharmacology - Social Sciences - 07.06.2018
Novartis announces JCO publication of Lutathera NETTER-1 data showing significantly longer time to deterioration of key quality of life measures in patients with progressive midgut NETs
Novartis announces JCO publication of Lutathera NETTER-1 data showing significantly longer time to deterioration of key quality of life measures in patients with progressive midgut NETs Patients repor

Academic Rankings - Careers / Employment - 07.06.2018

Administration / Government - 07.06.2018
Key takeaways from California's primary election
Key takeaways from California’s primary election
Californians voting in this week's primary election weighed in on state propositions, cast votes for local leaders and determined who would appear on the November general election ballot.

Astronomy - Innovation / Technology - 07.06.2018

Life Sciences - Medicine / Pharmacology - 07.06.2018
The Cartography of the Nucleus
The Cartography of the Nucleus
Nestled deep in each of your cells is what seems like a magic trick: Six feet of DNA is packaged into a tiny space 50 times smaller than the width of a human hair.

Life Sciences - Physics / Materials Science - 07.06.2018
Ten Thousand Bursting Genes
Ten Thousand Bursting Genes
A breakthrough new technique enables scientists to image 10,421 genes at once within individual cells.

Business / Economics - Law / Forensics - 07.06.2018
UK companies need to act now to prepare for the loss of the EU right to freedom of establishment, advises Warwick legal expert
The third paper in a new GLOBE Centre Policy Brief Series is published today. The Future of UK-EU Corporate Mobility explores the risk that, after Brexit, UK companies operating in the EU could cease to be recognised by their host nations.

Environment / Sustainable Development - Agronomy / Food Science - 07.06.2018
Peatland Protection Equals Efficient Climate Protection
Zurich-Reckenholz, 07.06.2018 - Is there a cost-efficient way to curb climate stress caused by land use? Globally, peatlands store twenty per cent of all the carbon lying untapped in the soil - despite the fact that they account for less than three per cent of the Earth's land mass. New findings from Agroscope show that peatland protection is a highly efficient climate-protection measure.

Education / Continuing Education - Careers / Employment - 07.06.2018

Medicine / Pharmacology - Life Sciences - 07.06.2018
Study of inflammation’s link to diseases wins NIH grant
In the coming decades, David Beebe expects the public to become more and more aware of the links between chronic inflammation and a whole host of ailments.

Mathematics - 07.06.2018
Cohabitees more likely to separate
Introduction: UAntwerp scientists carried out in-depth study of 'invisible wave of separations' and conclude: couples who do not marry tend to split up much more quickly.

Medicine / Pharmacology - 07.06.2018
GPs more cautious when prescribing antibiotics
Introduction: New reimbursement rules make GPs more cautious when prescribing antibiotics. UAntwerp's iCAREdata project shows immediate impact of stricter conditions.

Academic Rankings - 07.06.2018

History / Archeology - 07.06.2018
PageUp security issue
We are aware of a potential data security incident with the third party supplier PageUp, who provides software used during our recruitment processes.

Environment / Sustainable Development - Business / Economics - 07.06.2018
Can utilities afford electric vehicle commitments?
Energy policy expert Michael Wara comments on the decision to approve $768 million in transportation electrification projects and how it could affect utilities, the environment and California ratepayers.

Careers / Employment - 07.06.2018
SWARM 2018 Challenge: can the power of the swarm help intelligence agencies?
The University of Melbourne-based SWARM Project is recruiting participants to see if using the reasoning powers of bees can produce better results than the methods often used by intelligence agencies. Teams recruited from the general public will compete alongside professional analysts, as well as teams from Australian organisations with intelligence functions, to examine a range of fictional intelligence-type problems, such as who shot a missile or carried out a bombing.

Administration / Government - Religions - 07.06.2018

Agronomy / Food Science - Business / Economics - 07.06.2018
No grain self-sufficiency in China without changes to land policies
If China is to achieve its target of 95% grain self-sufficiency by 2030 it will need to restrict the conversion of arable land to other uses say researchers from McGill. This may prove challenging in a country with a population of almost 1.4 billion, but with just under 13% of arable land, close to half of which is suffering from soil degradation.

Environment / Sustainable Development - 07.06.2018

Medicine / Pharmacology - 06.06.2018
Spending more time in education causes myopia (short-sight)
Spending more time in education causes myopia (short-sight)
Myopia, or short-sight, is one of leading causes of visual disability in the world. The global prevalence is rising rapidly and has reached epidemic levels in the developed countries of East and Southeast Asia.

Astronomy - Innovation / Technology - 06.06.2018

Medicine / Pharmacology - Careers / Employment - 06.06.2018
100 years of progress in gender equality at Yale School of Medicine
If Louise Farnam, PhD '16, MD '20, one of Yale's first women medical students admitted, were to stroll past Sterling Hall of Medicine today, she might be struck by the number of female students, faculty, and administrators on campus.

Astronomy - Media - 06.06.2018
Liftoff - Alexander Gerst returns to space
Liftoff - Alexander Gerst returns to space
Today at 11:12 GMT (13:12 CEST) ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst was launched into space alongside NASA astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor and Roscosmos commander Sergei Prokopyev in the Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft from Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

Medicine / Pharmacology - Life Sciences - 06.06.2018
New book covers the A to Zzzzzz of sleep
o New book examines how sleep - and lack of it - affects our lives o Discusses the effect shift work, short sleeping patterns and technology have on our lives o Explores how sleep affects our health,

Environment / Sustainable Development - Earth Sciences - 06.06.2018
Hurricanes are slowing down, and that’s bad news
In 2017, Hurricane Harvey drenched Houston and nearby areas with as much as 50 inches of rain in one day, leaving some areas under several feet of water.

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 06.06.2018
Organic insect deterrent for agriculture
Organic insect deterrent for agriculture
Research news Traditional insecticides are killers: they not only kill pests, they also endanger bees and other beneficial insects, as well as affecting biodiversity in soils, lakes, rivers and seas.

Computer Science / Telecom - Innovation / Technology - 06.06.2018

Innovation / Technology - Environment / Sustainable Development - 06.06.2018
'Super Window' Could Save $10 Billion Annually in Energy Costs
’Super Window’ Could Save $10 Billion Annually in Energy Costs
About $20 billion worth of energy leaks out of windows in the United States each winter - and that's with double-paned insulating windows installed on a majority of buildings.

Medicine / Pharmacology - Life Sciences - 06.06.2018
Real-time, web-based tool to revolutionise drug-resistant TB treatment
Melbourne researchers have designed a computer-generated model that will allow clinicians to tailor effective therapies for individual patients with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDRTB), and as a result, reduce drug resistance globally.

Medicine / Pharmacology - 06.06.2018
Funding boost for Imperial researchers aiming to stop bowel cancer
Imperial researchers have been awarded funding to develop new methods to tackle bowel cancer at an early stage. The funding, from Cancer Research UK, has been awarded to a project which aims to improve the diagnosis of early stage bowel cancer - also referred to as colorectal cancer - by developing realistic simulations for training clinicians.

Education / Continuing Education - 06.06.2018
Study suggests education causes short-sightedness
The more time a person spends in education the more likely they are to develop short-sightedness, reveals a study led by Cardiff University and the University of Bristol.

Computer Science / Telecom - Innovation / Technology - 06.06.2018

Life Sciences - 05.06.2018
Mother always knows her chicks
A study led by ANU has discovered how a mother knows her chicks and can spot an imposter in her nest, even if it looks almost identical to her chicks. Brood parasitic cuckoos lay their eggs in the nests of other birds and abandon their young to the care of the nest's host, leading to significant disruptions to the birds involved.

Careers / Employment - 05.06.2018

Astronomy - Life Sciences - 05.06.2018

Medicine / Pharmacology - 05.06.2018
Maternity research paper wins BMJ top prize
Julia Sanders, Professor of Clinical Nursing and Midwifery at the School of Healthcare Sciences, and Midwifery Lecturer, Lynn Lynch, of the School of Healthcare Sciences, have been awarded the 2018 B

Astronomy - 05.06.2018
Wind satellite shows off
Wind satellite shows off
Before ESA's Aeolus satellite is packed up and shipped to French Guiana for liftoff in August, media representatives had the chance to see this wind measuring Earth Explorer satellite standing proud in the cleanroom.

Administration / Government - 05.06.2018
CMU Cameras Provide 24-hour Monitoring Of Industrial Sites
New Mon Valley Breathe Cams Document Sources of Visual Pollution Carnegie Mellon University's CREATE Lab is using a new network of cameras to provide 24-hour monitoring of visible air pollution from industrial sources in the Monongahela Valley.

Astronomy - Physics / Materials Science - 05.06.2018
Hi-C Launches to Study Sun's Corona
Hi-C Launches to Study Sun’s Corona
NASA and its partners launched a rocket-borne camera to the edge of space at 2:54 p.m. EDT May 29, 2018, on its third flight to study the Sun.

Medicine / Pharmacology - Life Sciences - 05.06.2018
Personalized vaccine may increase long-term survival in people with deadliest form of brain cancer
Personalized vaccine may increase long-term survival in people with deadliest form of brain cancer
An international study led by UCLA researchers has found that a personalized vaccine may help people with glioblastoma, the deadliest form of brain cancer, live longer. The vaccine, known as DCVax-L, uses a person's own white blood cells to help activate the immune system to fight cancer. Nearly 30 percent of people in the ongoing trial have survived for at least three years after they enrolled in the study.

Social Sciences - Politics - 05.06.2018
Report sheds light on prison system in Wales
Cardiff University's Wales Governance Centre has today (Tuesday 5 June) published 'Imprisonment in Wales: A Factfile', a set of Wales-specific data examining the prison system.

Astronomy - Computer Science / Telecom - 05.06.2018

Life Sciences - 04.06.2018
Bright warning colours on poison dart frogs also act as camouflage
Bright warning colours on poison dart frogs also act as camouflage
Poison dart frogs are well known for their deadly toxins and bright colours, which have made them a classic example of warning coloration.

Environment / Sustainable Development - 04.06.2018
Polar scientist Kristin Laidre documents perspectives of polar bear hunters in East Greenland
Polar scientist Kristin Laidre documents perspectives of polar bear hunters in East Greenland
Few people have spent as much time studying mammals in the Arctic as Kristin Laidre , a University of Washington polar scientist and expert on marine mammals.