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Social Sciences - Art and Design
23.02.2018
Environment/Sustainable Development - Administration/Government
23.02.2018
Orangutans in Sabah have a better future
100,000 orangutans have disappeared in Borneo in the last 16 years, finds a new study with contribution from the Danau Girang Field Centre.
Business/Economics
23.02.2018
Life Sciences - Administration/Government
23.02.2018
Step forward in tackling crop pest - a sunscreen for pesticides
Step forward in tackling crop pest - a sunscreen for pesticides
Scientists have taken a step forward in their efforts to tackle serious crop threats. Insect pests consume around a third of all the crops we grow, sometimes threatening food security.
Medicine/Pharmacology
23.02.2018
£5.5m cash boost from Cancer Research UK
Cardiff University is set to receive a major cash boost for pioneering research into cancer. Cancer Research UK is planning to invest more than £5.5m over the next five years in ground-breaking work at the Centre for Trials Research.
Innovation/Technology - Business/Economics
23.02.2018
Computer Science/Telecom - Innovation/Technology
23.02.2018
In tech we trust?
In tech we trust?
Fairness, trust and transparency are qualities we usually associate with organisations or individuals.
Careers/Employment
22.02.2018
Pedagogy/Education Science - Event
22.02.2018
Innovation/Technology - Business/Economics
22.02.2018
Mission-oriented innovation could stimulate growth while tackling plastic in seas, dirty cities and dementia
Mission-oriented innovation could stimulate growth while tackling plastic in seas, dirty cities and dementia
A plastic-free ocean, 100 carbon neutral cities by 2030 and cutting dementia by 50% are highlighted as examples of missions that could drive innovation and economic growth in a report for the EU by a top UCL professor.
History/Archeology - Administration/Government
22.02.2018
Sport Sciences - Law/Forensics
22.02.2018
Medicine/Pharmacology - Chemistry
22.02.2018
Carbon monoxide detection in the body could lead to rapid disease diagnostics
A quick and reliable way to detect levels of carbon monoxide in the body could allow clinicians to diagnose disease. Carbon monoxide is normally considered in terms of the amount of damage it can cause us, but a team of scientists at Imperial College London and the Polytechnic University of Valencia have been looking at the other biological roles it can play.
Education/Continuing Education
22.02.2018
Innovation/Technology - Environment/Sustainable Development
21.02.2018
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
21.02.2018
Education/Continuing Education
21.02.2018
Life Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
21.02.2018
’Chameleon’ ocean bacteria can shift their colours
Bacteria that are crucial to ocean life can shift their colour like chameleons to match different coloured light across the world's seas - international research involving the University of Warwick h
Medicine/Pharmacology
21.02.2018
Careers/Employment
21.02.2018
Many highly-engaged employees suffer from burnout
Many highly-engaged employees suffer from burnout
Underlining the danger of job burnout, a new study of more than 1,000 US workers finds that many employees who are highly engaged in their work are also exhausted and ready to leave their organisations. These findings are a big challenge to organisations and their management. Jochen Menges Whereas lack of engagement is commonly seen as leading to employee turnover due to boredom and disaffection, the study finds that companies, in fact, risk losing some of their most motivated and hard-working employees due to high stress and burnout - a symptom of the "darker side" of workplace engagement.
Business/Economics - Administration/Government
21.02.2018
Life Sciences
21.02.2018
Big-nosed males get the girls
Big-nosed males get the girls
Exaggerated male traits, such as a large nose, can be great for attracting females, finds a study of proboscis monkeys in Malaysia.
Life Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
20.02.2018
Brain ageing may begin earlier than expected
Brain ageing may begin earlier than expected
Physicists have devised a new method of investigating brain function , opening a new frontier in the diagnoses of neurodegenerative and ageing related diseases.
Administration/Government
20.02.2018
Environment/Sustainable Development - Administration/Government
20.02.2018
Open Air Laboratories empower a million new citizen scientists to explore nature
More than one million people across the UK have taken part in a unique scheme that allows them to contribute to research on their local green spaces.
History/Archeology - Art and Design
20.02.2018
Education/Continuing Education
20.02.2018
Life Sciences - Physics/Materials Science
19.02.2018
Building a nano-scale filter using DNA
Building a nano-scale filter using DNA
Inspired by biological filters, scientists at UCL, Imperial College London and Yale University have designed and built a nanometre-sized pore that helps us to better understand the complex way by which cells transport genetic material and viruses.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
19.02.2018
Environment/Sustainable Development - Earth Sciences
19.02.2018
Carbon dioxide ’pulses’ threaten Scotland’s coralline algal reefs
Scotland's marine ecosystems may be more sensitive to carbon dioxide than previously thought, and could be damaged irreparably by the CO2 ‘pulses' created by industrial activities, land run off or natural tidal processes.
Social Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
19.02.2018
Earth Sciences
19.02.2018
Loneliest tree in the world marks new age for our planet
Loneliest tree in the world marks new age for our planet
The planet entered a new geological epoch known as the Anthropocene in 1965, according to a new study led by UCL and University of New South Wales. The Anthropocene has become a term used by scientists all over the world, seeking to put a marker on when humans began to leave a significant impact on the planet.
Education/Continuing Education - Art and Design
19.02.2018
Veterinary Science - Innovation/Technology
19.02.2018
Using ultrasound to predict return to form for injured racehorses
A new technique that uses ultrasound to predict a racehorse's likelihood of a return to racing after a tendon injury has been developed by researchers at the University of Nottingham, Oakham Equine Hospital and the world-famous Hong Kong Jockey Club. In this unique collaboration, the team has created a scoring system for grading tendon injuries in racehorses when they first occur and used this in a large study to determine which ultrasound features will predict whether or not the horse will successfully race again after rehabilitation.
Social Sciences - Psychology
16.02.2018
Better tools needed to diagnose depression in people with autism
Autistic adults are not being effectively diagnosed with depression due to a lack of asessment tools, a new study has found.
Medicine/Pharmacology
16.02.2018
NHS breast cancer patients to benefit from go ahead for UCL-pioneered treatment
NHS breast cancer patients to benefit from go ahead for UCL-pioneered treatment
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has given limited approval for suitable NHS patients to receive a new type of breast cancer treatment pioneered by clinical scientists at UCL, which will eventually benefit thousands of women and is already in use in many countries throughout the world.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
16.02.2018
Understanding causes of musculoskeletal diseases
How the size, shape and structure of bones and joints contribute towards the development of common age-related diseases such as osteoarthritis and osteoporosis will be investigated by an international research team thanks to a £1.6 million Wellcome award.
Chemistry
16.02.2018
New sensor tech for commercial Lithium-ion batteries finds they can be charged 5 times faster
Researchers at WMG at the University of Warwick have developed a new direct, precise test of Lithium-ion batteries' internal temperatures and the electrodes potentials and found that the batteries can be safely charged up to five times faster than the current recommended charging limits.
Innovation/Technology - Life Sciences
15.02.2018
Medicine/Pharmacology - Innovation/Technology
15.02.2018
Event - Medicine/Pharmacology
15.02.2018
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