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Event - Agronomy/Food Science
09.08.2017
Media - Event
06.08.2017
Honorary doctorates celebrate journalism
To celebrate excellence in Australian journalism, six leading journalists have been awarded Doctor of Letters (honoris causa) degrees†by the University of Sydney.
Physics/Materials Science - Event
03.08.2017
Yale appoints first vice provost for research: physicist Peter Schiffer | YaleNews
Peter Schiffer, an experimental physicist currently at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, has been named the university's inaugural vice provost for research - a post created to bring a
Medicine/Pharmacology - Event
01.08.2017
Team develop a new test to assist GP antibiotic prescribing
Team develop a new test to assist GP antibiotic prescribing
A research team at the University of Bristol has won a prestigious international award for a technology that could help in the fight against antibiotic resistance.
Event - Arts and Design
28.07.2017
Event - Media
27.07.2017
Walkley win for UQ graduate
Walkley win for UQ graduate
University of Queensland graduate Carl Smith has been recognised at the 2017 Walkley Awards in the category of Young Journalist of the Year (longform), for his radio series Bionic Bodies .
History/Archeology - Event
24.07.2017
Antiziganism Research Unit at Heidelberg University
A research unit to study the topic of the exclusion, discrimination and persecution of Sinti and Roma from a historical perspective took up its work at Heidelberg University.
Event - Life Sciences
21.07.2017
Flame tree joins jacaranda companion in Quadrangle
The University's much-loved jacaranda graced the southern end of the Quadrangle for 88 years before dying in 2016.†The planting of a native flame tree and a clone of the original jacaranda†was celebrated in a special ceremony today.
Environment/Sustainable Development - Event
13.07.2017
Medicine/Pharmacology - Event
13.07.2017
Event - Politics
12.07.2017
Astronomy - Event
04.07.2017
Telescope for detecting optical signals from gravitational waves launched
New telescope for detecting optical signatures of gravitational waves - built and operated by international researchers led by the University of Warwick - officially launched in La Palma Detecting op
Event
04.07.2017
The Great Debate
The University of Queensland is hosting the 2017 Australasian Intervarsity Debating Championships - the Australs.
Life Sciences - Event
22.06.2017
£2 million award will advance understanding of mechanisms of learning and memory
£2 million award will advance understanding of mechanisms of learning and memory
Neuroscientists at the University of Bristol have been awarded a prestigious £2 million Wellcome Trust Investigator Award for a five-year study to investigate the neuronal circuits that drive our recognition memory.
Computer Science/Telecom - Event
22.06.2017
Event - Life Sciences
21.06.2017
Bristol-led scientific paper wins RSPB award
Bristol-led scientific paper wins RSPB award
A scientific paper led by a team of biologists from the University of Bristol has won a major award from the RSPB. ‘Historical nectar assessment reveals the fall and rise of floral resources in Britain' was published by the journal Nature in February 2016 and featured as the front page story for that week's edition of the magazine.
Literature/Linguistics - Event
21.06.2017
UQP novel on Miles Franklin shortlist
UQP novel on Miles Franklin shortlist
University of Queensland Press publishing director Madonna Duffy knew she had found “something special” when she first read a manuscript from Mark O'Flynn in 2015.
Event - Life Sciences
20.06.2017
Scientist named Innovator of the Year for sight-saving device
Scientist named Innovator of the Year for sight-saving device
Dr Shelby Temple, from the University of Bristol's School of Biological Sciences, has been named Innovator of the Year 2017 for his ground-breaking work into polarisation and macular degeneration.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Event
16.06.2017
Rapid test facilitates malaria diagnosis
Rapid test facilitates malaria diagnosis
Research news Diagnosing malaria has been a very time-consuming and error-prone process up to now.
Astronomy - Event
16.06.2017
Galileo signal team wins European Inventor Award
Galileo signal team wins European Inventor Award
The invisible signals that Europe‚??s Galileo satellites are beaming down to the world are officially award-winning: the team behind their design has won the European Inventor Award, run by the European Patent Office.
Event - Environment/Sustainable Development
15.06.2017
Medicine/Pharmacology - Event
14.06.2017
Infection challenges attract top-end scientists to UmeŚ
On Monday 19 June, world-leading infection researchers visit UmeŚ to discuss altered spreading patterns of infectious diseases, and antibiotic resistance.
Civil Engineering/Traffic Engineering - Event
13.06.2017
Bridges in Austria often exceed expectations
Bridges in Austria often exceed expectations
Assessing old bridges using modern standards is no mean feat. Studies conducted by TU Wien show that many bridges are actually significantly more stable than might be expected, often rendering costly restoration work unnecessary.
Event
13.06.2017
Jane Marple meets Donald Trump
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Physics/Materials Science - Event
12.06.2017
£2M IsoLab opened by EPSRC Chief Executive
£2M IsoLab opened by EPSRC Chief Executive
(from left) Professor Sir Michael Pepper, The Wolfson Foundation; Professor George Pickett FRS; Pauline Moulton; Professor Richard Haley; EPSRC Chief Executive; Vice-Chancellor; Paul Ramsbottom, The
Environment/Sustainable Development - Event
09.06.2017
UmeŚ unites global Arctic researchers
Researchers, decision-makers and opinion makers from all over the world have gathered at UmeŚ University to discuss the future of the Arctic.
Event - Business/Economics
07.06.2017
Administration/Government - Event
06.06.2017
Honour for study which revealed ‚?‘intuitive‚’’ fire commanders
Research improving how fire service commanders tackle major incidents has won an award for innovation. The study used helmet-mounted video cameras to show how commanders dealt with fast-moving emergency scenarios. It has led to the development of national policy changing the way fire officers deal with incidents.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Event
06.06.2017
Award for disease-fighting ‚?‘seaweed drug‚’’
A drug developed from seaweed that helps fight off infection has picked up a prize for innovation. Researchers discovered that alginates - found in seaweed - can combat multi-drug resistant infections.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Event
30.05.2017
Life Sciences - Event
28.05.2017
Pollack: Ph.D.s can inform discourse, model expert thinking
David Lynch, who earned his doctorate in materials science and engineering, said that learning how to do research in the lab, not only in what to do but in how to budget time, was one of the more challenging aspects of pursuing his degree.
Environment/Sustainable Development - Event
28.05.2017
Pollack to Class of 2017: Effect change by clarifying values
Urging the approximately 6,000 members of the Class of 2017 to be agents of change in the world by ‘clarifying your own values,' President Martha E. Pollack sent them off into that world during Cornell University's 149th Commencement Ceremony, May 28 at Schoellkopf Field.
Agronomy/Food Science - Event
16.05.2017
Event
11.05.2017
Law/Forensics - Event
11.05.2017
Computer Science/Telecom - Event
08.05.2017
QMUL bug-hunting tool wins international software verification competition
QMUL bug-hunting tool wins international software verification competition
A bug hunting tool co-developed by a QMUL researcher has won a prestigious award. The C Bounded Model Checker (CBMC), which helps to detect bugs in software, won the ‘Falsifcation' category in the TACAS 2017 6th International Competition on Software Verification (SV-COMP'17) .
Event
05.05.2017
Construction start for NEST unit 'dfab
Construction start for NEST unit ’dfab
On May 2, at the ground-breaking ceremony for the NEST unit ‘dfab house', the project team, consisting of the National Center of Competence in Research (NCCR) ‘Digital Fabrication', ETH Z
Event
04.05.2017
Photography: An unusual and surprising picture of science
Photography: An unusual and surprising picture of science
The winning entries from the first SNSF Scientific Image Competition offer a view of science that is aesthetic, nuanced and complex.
Event - Life Sciences
03.05.2017
CURB enthusiasm: Undergrads show off research at forum
More than 80 students unveiled their scholarly work at the 32nd annual Spring Research Forum hosted April 27 by the Cornell Undergraduate Research Board (CURB).
Medicine/Pharmacology - Event
03.05.2017
Secrets of historic Nelson and Pitt effigies to be revealed using state-of-the-art technology
Secrets of historic Nelson and Pitt effigies to be revealed using state-of-the-art technology The wax-work heads of naval hero Horatio Nelson and Prime Minister William Pitt the Elder, which are over
History/Archeology - Event
03.05.2017
UC Berkeley to open first university center for Silk Road study in North America
UC Berkeley to open first university center for Silk Road study in North America
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