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Campus - Social Sciences - 29.09.2023
VUB opens up international exchange to more students in 10 countries
The Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) opened its academic year today in a symbolic location: the European Parliament in Brussels.

Environment - Economics - 29.09.2023

Life Sciences - Health - 29.09.2023
New insights into how the human brain organises language
Work Hauptgebšude Chemie 04103 Leipzig Phone: work +49 341 97-36000 341 97-36094 Dean Christoph Schneider Vice-Dean Holger Kohlmann Dean of Studies Reinhard Denecke Deanery Marco WeiŖ Work Institutsg

Politics - 29.09.2023
The Respect Agenda: new report shows voters prioritise respect
The Respect Agenda: new report shows voters prioritise respect
The UK can reset its politics and rebuild faith in the country's institutions by prioritising respect for ordinary people, finds a new report from the UCL Policy Lab and More in Common. Professor Marc Stears said: "For too many years we have talked about 'left behind communities' and the need to 'level up.' Now we discover millions of people across the country feel that they are not given the respect they deserve, by their politicians or many of their key institutions.

Chemistry - Environment - 29.09.2023
Berkeley Lab Awarded Two New Centers to Counter Climate Change
Key Takeaways Berkeley Lab will lead centers for the Hydrogen and Carbon Negative Energy Earthshots, initiatives to accelerate technological breakthroughs for clean energy and solutions to the climate crisis.

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 29.09.2023
Researchers at The University of Warwick to benefit from £18 million investment in world-class frontier bioscience
Researchers at The University of Warwick are among four world-class teams receiving a share of £18 million to pursue transformational bioscience research programmes.

Health - Innovation - 29.09.2023

Health - Research Management - 29.09.2023

Environment - Innovation - 29.09.2023
A fight against climate change is happening under water
Coastal Carbon receives $1.6 million in funding to accelerate the development of AI-driven seaweed biomass monitoring system†† By Naomi Grosman Velocity Monitoring seaweed growth has the poten

Environment - 29.09.2023
University of Glasgow researcher contributes to World Bank Inspection Panel report
A climate change expert from the University of Glasgow has helped the World Bank Inspection Panel shape a decision on a community facing the effects of coastal erosion.

Administration - 29.09.2023

Health - Pharmacology - 29.09.2023
Studying cancer in context to stop its growth
Studying cancer in context to stop its growth
MIT spinout Kronos Bio, founded by Associate Professor Angela Koehler, studies the complex signaling networks of cancer cells to find new drug targets.

Innovation - Career - 29.09.2023
Who will benefit from AI?
Who will benefit from AI?
In campus talk, Daron Acemoglu offers vision of "machine usefulness," rather than autonomous "intelligence," to help workers and spread prosperity.

Health - Career - 29.09.2023
MIT announces 2023 Bose Grants for daring new research
Grants fund studies of honeybee tracking, glass building materials, and defining excellence in human movement.

Politics - Health - 29.09.2023

Environment - 28.09.2023
Two catastrophic years obliterate 10% of glaciers
Two catastrophic years obliterate 10% of glaciers
One extreme year follows another. Glaciers in Switzerland lost 6% of their volume in 2022. However, 2023 saw 4% destroyed, representing the second largest decline since measurements began.

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 28.09.2023
Cutting food waste every step of the way
Cutting food waste every step of the way
Every year over a billion tons of food worldwide are thrown away or perish, at a hefty environmental and climate cost.

Social Sciences - 28.09.2023

Veterinary - Health - 28.09.2023
Multitude of indicators of equine insulin dysregulation and therefore laminitis risk
Last Updated: 28 Sep 2023 12:00:40 A new study from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) has determined new factors that can indicate insulin dysregulation (ID) in ponies. The study findings confirm that physical observation (i.e., looking at the external characteristics of the individual animal) alone is not a wholly accurate predictor of the condition which is associated with an increased risk of laminitis.

Transport - Economics - 28.09.2023
WISA sends electric aviation soaring in Canada
Waterloo researchers are helping to clear the regulatory runway for electric planes and transport the Canadian aviation sector to new heights Waterloo Institute for Sustainable Aeronautics University of Waterloo is leading the charge in Canada's electric aviation evolution.

Health - 28.09.2023
Tetris to the rescue of women who have experienced traumatic childbirth
Tetris to the rescue of women who have experienced traumatic childbirth
Playing Tetris for fifteen minutes can prevent psychological trauma in mothers after a difficult birth: so suggests a large-scale study conducted at CHUV and HUG and published in Molecular Psychiatry.

Life Sciences - Event - 28.09.2023

Career - Economics - 28.09.2023
Dr Heidi Ashton on why sexual misconduct, bullying and harassment is so pervasive in the cultural and creative industries
From the #MeToo movement to ongoing cases of bullying and harassment at all levels of the industry, harmful behaviours perpetrated by people in positions of power are proving stubbornly difficult to deal with across the creative sector.

Life Sciences - Health - 28.09.2023

Life Sciences - Environment - 28.09.2023
The University of Manchester secures major bioscience funding to harness the activity of microbiomes for a more sustainable future
Scientists at The University of Manchester are set to receive a multi-million-pound grant to advance our understanding of interactions in microbiomes and how they might impact the world around us.

Health - Career - 28.09.2023

Environment - Chemistry - 28.09.2023
900 grand for research into the possibilities of iron powder as a CO2-free energy carrier
900 grand for research into the possibilities of iron powder as a CO2-free energy carrier
The research focuses specifically on the regeneration of burned iron powder Iron powder can store energy in a very compact, cheap, safe, environmentally friendly and CO2-free manner.

Innovation - Economics - 28.09.2023

Physics - Materials Science - 28.09.2023
SLS 2.0: 'Dark time' during the upgrade
SLS 2.0: ’Dark time’ during the upgrade
The Swiss Light Source SLS at PSI will shut down temporarily as part of a major upgrade project. It will come back online in 2025, ready to supply even more powerful synchrotron light than ever for innovative scientific experiments. At 8 a.m. on the morning of Saturday 30 September, the Swiss Light Source SLS, one of PSI's five large research facilities, will be shut down.

Event - Campus - 28.09.2023

Innovation - 28.09.2023

Computer Science - 28.09.2023
Enhancing AI robustness for more secure and reliable systems
Enhancing AI robustness for more secure and reliable systems
Researchers at EPFL have uncovered a fundamental flaw in the training of machine learning systems and elaborated a new formulation for strengthening them against adversarial attacks.

Mathematics - 28.09.2023

Health - Life Sciences - 28.09.2023
Physics of Cancer: Experts to discuss the different stages of cancer progression
Physics of Cancer: Experts to discuss the different stages of cancer progression
Work Hauptgebšude Chemie 04103 Leipzig Phone: work +49 341 97-36000 341 97-36094 Dean Christoph Schneider Vice-Dean Holger Kohlmann Dean of Studies Reinhard Denecke Deanery Marco WeiŖ Work Institutsg
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