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Health - Feb 15
Scientists have identified for the first time the details of an ‘alternative' biological process required to develop male genitals in an unborn baby. The findings by researchers at the universities of Aberdeen and Glasgow along with French and Swedish collaborators also sheds more light on the reasons for babies being born with undescended testes or with malformed penises.
Health - Feb 15

Researchers have created new machine learning software that can forecast the survival rates and response to treatments of patients with ovarian cancer.

Health - Feb 14

After reviewing thousands of case studies going back 25 years across six countries, generalisable survival data is now available for the first time to estimate how long hip and knee replacements are likely to last.

Astronomy - Feb 15

University of Glasgow researchers are celebrating the announcement of tens of millions of dollars in new funding to advance the science of gravitational wave astrophysics.

Life Sciences - Feb 14

An unprecedented study of rabbit DNA spanning 150 years and thousands of miles has revealed the genetic basis for the animal's fightback - and ultimate triumph, against the deadly myxoma virus.


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Astronomy / Space Science - 15.02.2019
Medieval thinking meets modern research
Imagine being able to step back in time and see how a great mind of the past understood our world, or experience how food and drink tasted hundreds of years ago.

Pedagogy - 14.02.2019

Careers / Employment - 14.02.2019

Psychology - 14.02.2019
Aims to give birth to fearless pregnancy
Academics and local business owners have launched a new research project to ease fear and anxiety around childbirth for parents to be.

Health - 14.02.2019
Immunological scarring from coeliac disease
Immune cells in the bowel of people who suffer with coeliac disease are permanently replaced by a new subset of cells that promote inflammation, suggests a new study involving researchers at Cardiff University.

Careers / Employment - 14.02.2019

Innovation / Technology - 14.02.2019
Cardiff leading the way in UK cyber security research
The head of the UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), part of Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), has praised Cardiff University's contribution in the fight against cyber attacks.

Health - 14.02.2019
How to mend broken hearts
How to mend broken hearts
Dr Richard Jabbour's mission is to fix broken hearts. But he doesn't dispense relationship advice or provide a shoulder to cry on - as no doubt many others will be doing this Valentine's Day.

Environment - 13.02.2019
MSc in Global Ecology and Conservation
A new master's degree from Cardiff University will train the next generation of scientists to tackle urgent global issues that are having significant impacts on wildlife and ecosystems around the world. The world is facing unprecedented challenges; from a growing human population and increased habitat loss, to plastic pollution and a changing climate.

History / Archeology - 13.02.2019

Health - Pharmacology - 12.02.2019
1.5m funding boost for UofG diagnostics spinout
A University of Glasgow spinout which is bringing to market a fast, affordable and efficient new way to diagnose diseases has received a major funding boost.

Pharmacology - 12.02.2019
GPs and pharmacists don’t have time to involve patients in medication reviews
GPs and pharmacists struggle to find the time to involve patients in medication reviews, despite National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidance advising them to do so, according to a study by researchers at the University of Bristol's Centre for Academic Primary Care.

Health - Pharmacology - 11.02.2019
New children's research facility opens at Imperial
New children’s research facility opens at Imperial
A research facility that aims to improve the quality of life, treatment and care for children with complex diseases formally opened this month.

Life Sciences - Health - 11.02.2019
Cardiff University becomes latest partner in global neuroscience research initiative
Cardiff University has become the latest global partner in Western University's BrainsCAN, a $66 million neuroscience research investment from the Government of Canada provided through the Canada First Research Excellence Fund.

Literature / Linguistics - Health - 07.02.2019

Environment - 07.02.2019
Sunda clouded leopard under threat from habitat fragmentation
The Sunda clouded leopard in Sabah, Malaysia, is under threat from habitat fragmentation and a lack of forest connectivity, finds a study by Cardiff University and the Danau Girang Field Centre. In collaboration with Oxford University's WildCRU, the US Forest Service, and Sabah Wildlife Department, the team used a combination of field data and simulation modelling to map patterns of population connectivity for the clouded leopard species across Sabah.

Psychology - 07.02.2019
Free online course created to help better understand and prevent suicide
A new, free online course has been developed to allow healthcare professionals, and those working with at-risk or vulnerable individuals, to gain a better understanding of suicide and ways to prevent it.

Business / Economics - Agronomy / Food Science - 07.02.2019

Environment - Earth Sciences - 07.02.2019
New climate models suggest that future sea level rise could be much lower than previously feared
New climate models suggest that future sea level rise could be much lower than previously feared
Two papers published in Nature this week call into doubt recent predictions of imminent Antarctic ice sheet collapse. They are led by King's College London and Victoria University of Wellington, and involve colleagues from across the US, Canada, UK and Europe, including the University of Bristol. The first paper suggests that sustained collapse of Antarctic ice-cliffs into the ocean, caused by rising global temperatures and melting ice shelves, may not have a large impact on sea level rise.

Administration - 07.02.2019
Taxpayers in Wales are paying more money for fewer services, according to report
Taxpayers in Wales are paying more money for fewer services as local authorities attempt to plug a funding gap of nearly 1bn, research reveals.

Health - 06.02.2019
EuroFIT programme for football fans scores health goals
A programme which targeted the lifestyles of male football fans of 15 European football clubs has been more effective in improving physical activity than other physical activity intervention programmes, according to research published in PLOS Medicine . The European Fans in Training (EuroFIT) programme, an EU-funded randomised control trial of 1113 men aged 30-65, carried out across 15 professional football clubs in England, the Netherlands, Norway and Portugal, also led to important improvements in diet, weight, wellbeing, self-esteem, vitality and biomarkers of health risk.

History / Archeology - 06.02.2019

Health - 05.02.2019
People with chronic conditions are missing out on health management benefits of physical activity
A study of over 96,000 UK men and women, of average age 64.5 years, has found that those with chronic conditions are spending considerably less time on physical activity than their healthy peers, so are missing out on its health management benefits.

Health - 05.02.2019
Boobie Ball 2 raises more than 17,000 for fight against breast cancer
A charity ball organised by a group of women whose lives have been touched by breast cancer has raised more than 17,000 - for research at The University of Nottingham - aimed at stopping the devastating disease in its tracks.

Music - Life Sciences - 05.02.2019
Deaf moth evolves sound-production as a warning to outwit its predator
Deaf moth evolves sound-production as a warning to outwit its predator
A genus of deaf moth has evolved to develop an extraordinary sound-producing structure in its wings to evade its primary predator the bat. The finding, made by researchers from the University of Bristol and Natural History Museum, is described in Scientific Reports today [Tuesday 5 February]. It's already known that some species of moth have evolved a range of defensive mechanisms to evade insectivorous bats' highly-tuned echolocation (biosonar) detection skills.

Health - Pharmacology - 05.02.2019

Health - Careers / Employment - 04.02.2019
UofG scientists to lead multimillion pound research project into bowel cancer treatments
UofG scientists are set to spearhead a multimillion pound research project that could revolutionise treatment for people with bowel cancer, the second most common cause of cancer death.

Electroengineering - Innovation / Technology - 04.02.2019
International workshop Diamond D-Day to update progress on developing Gallium Nitride on diamond microwave technology
International workshop Diamond D-Day to update progress on developing Gallium Nitride on diamond microwave technology
Scientists from around the world visited the University of Bristol last week to hear progress on the important Gallium Nitride (GaN)-on-Diamond microwave technology.

History / Archeology - 04.02.2019
Ancient artefacts returned to Jordan with help of Oxford expert
Three finely carved stones from an ancient temple in modern-day Jordan have been returned to the country thanks to the expertise of an Oxford University archaeologist.

Health - 04.02.2019
Scheme launched to improve health of French Bulldogs, Pugs and Bulldogs
A new screening scheme aims to provide breeders of French Bulldogs, Pugs and Bulldogs with more information about the health of their dogs, helping them reduce the risk of breeding puppies with potentially serious breathing problems.

Health - Environment - 04.02.2019

Pharmacology - Health - 04.02.2019
New steam treatment offers hope for men with an enlarged prostate
A new treatment for enlarged prostates can reduce side effects and has the potential to improve the lives of thousands of men, says an Imperial expert The treatment, which uses steam, has been shown to shrink prostates by 36 per cent and has fewer side effects than current methods.

Health - 04.02.2019
Er calls for national screening programme to tackle prostate cancer
A national screening programme is needed to effectively diagnose and treat the growing number of prostate cancer cases in the UK, say Imperial expert.

Physics - Business / Economics - 04.02.2019
EPSRC funds CS Centre for Doctoral Training
A new Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) will help train tomorrow's experts in Compound Semiconductor technologies.

Careers / Employment - Administration - 04.02.2019

Palaeontology - Earth Sciences - 04.02.2019
Glasgow will face off with a new dinosaur as Trix the T.rex comes to Town
Image courtesy of Naturalis Visitors to Glasgow will get an amazing opportunity to see one of the best preserved Tyrannosaurus rex skeletons when it visits Scotland on the last leg of its European tour.

Pharmacology - Environment - 04.02.2019
45m to train the next generation of global problem solvers
The University of Nottingham has won new funding for five centres that will train the brightest postgraduate researchers to tackle pressing global challenges, and keep the UK at the cutting edge of scientific research.
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