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The AI will see you now: diagnosing mental disorders intelligently

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 NTU scientists leverage the power of artificial intelligence to diagnose mental conditions.From dementia to schizophrenia, mental health disorders affect individuals at every stage of life. According to the World Health Organisation, one in eight people around the world lives with a mental disorder and poor mental health costs the global econ...
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Uni partners with firm to monitor water for deadly bacteria

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 Staffordshire University is helping a local business develop a game-changing new product to prevent the spread of deadly bacteria LegionellaIf left undetected in water supplies, Legionella can grow to dangerous levels and cause the respiratory infection Legionnaires' disease.SAS Water, based in Leek, is an industry leader in Legionella contro...
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New tools to study the magnetic field of the Sun

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 The Astrophysical Spectropolarimetry research project, conducted by Renzo Ramelli of the Aldo and Cele Daccò Solar Research Institute (IRSOL) affiliated to USI, has been approved by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF). The aim of the project is to study the evolution and structure of the solar magnetic field, with particular attentio...
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New Supercomputer Supports Groundbreaking Genomics Research

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 Researchers at the University of Aberdeen are benefitting from an investment in High Performance Computing (HPC). The new HPC cluster, called Maxwell, is supporting ground breaking research at the University's Centre for Genome-Enabled Biology and Medicine (CGEBM) and provides a centralized HPC system for the whole University with application...
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Is the New and Improved Health Office Administrator Diploma Worth It?

Does obtaining a Health Office Administration Diploma deliver a promising career? Learn how getting a Health Office Administrator (HOA) Diploma can expand your career options. What does a Health Office Administrator (HOA) do?An HOA effectively coordinates office activities in a professional medical office environment. They are responsible for keepi...
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Characterizing Gas Hydrates in Sediments with State-of-the-Art Imaging Techniques

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 How Khalifa University research into gas hydrates found in sediment over 13,000km away in the Gulf of Mexico can teach us how to recover the natural gas trapped in unconventional reservoirs here in the Middle East.Gas hydrates in sediment have the potential to provide an important source of natural gas around the world. But extracting them is...
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Historic garden study to help manage vital urban green spaces

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 A historic Aberdeen garden could play an important role in the development of urban green spaces, following a study that showed how different types of vegetation can be used to best manage these vital areas.The study, which took place at the Cruickshank Botanic Garden at the University of Aberdeen's Old Aberdeen campus, found that selecting t...
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Coventry University demonstrates self-driving car at Motofest 2023

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 Coventry University showcased one of its self-driving vehicles at Coventry Motofest 2023.The Nissan ENV 200, which is a fully battery and electric operated vehicle, could be seen driving around part of Coventry city centre on Saturday 3 June as part of the huge annual motoring event.The vehicle, which is one of two self-driving research vehic...
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PELLA EXCAVATIONS THE AGORA

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 Much has been learned about Macedonian administrative institutions, manufacturing and trade from the Aristotle University Excavation at the Agora of Pella (fig 1), the capital city of of Philip II and Alexander III (figs 2-3).The market place covered approximately 72000 sq m. or ten city blocks (fig 4). Its large central piazza (ca 200 x 170 ...
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Heathrow pods - a new form of personal rapid transit

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 new form of fast, reliable and low-cost driverless personal transport is now being used by thousands of passengers every day at Heathrow Airport.Researchers from the Department of Aerospace Engineering have removed the queuing and inefficiencies associated with bus transfers to Terminal 5 at Heathrow Airport.Now when passengers park their car...
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Grenoble ready to welcome the new quantum revolution

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 On the day of the announcement of the quantum plan by the President of the Republic, French research universities are ready to take up the challenge and accelerate the consolidation of a quantum French Tech alongside research organisations. Focus on the development of quantum technologies in the Grenoble ecosystem.The UGA quantum hubSince 201...
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NEW RESEARCH TO DEVELOP FIRST TREATMENTS FOR PEOPLE SUFFERING FROM DEBILITATING BRAIN DISORDER

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Helping people suffering from brain disordersScientists at Keele University have been awarded funding from The British Heart Foundation (BHF) to help patients suffering from a debilitating brain disorder.Led by Dr Ruoli Chen, the researchers are investigating a potential new treatment for vascular cognitive impairment (VCI) – a disorder of the mind...
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Arctic system science and technology

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By connecting climate change and sea ice researchers with Arctic governance experts and the culture and traditional knowledge of Indigenous peoples, we are ideally placed to provide the interdisciplinary expertise that will carry Canada's vision for the Arctic into the future.https://www.umanitoba.ca/research/
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Environmental Change

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 Driven by human influence, environmental change is accelerating. We explore sustainable solutions for a more resilient future. Human life is having a lasting influence on the earth's landscapes, ecosystems and environments. Population growth places increased demands on global natural resources and coincides with increasing stresses on environ...
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Biodiversity

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 Meadows filled with flowers, a rich North Sea, a green residential area... The concept of biodiversity is receiving increasing attention. It often features in discussions about climate, farming and housing. But what does it really mean? Why is biodiversity important and how can we protect it? We study these and similar questions at Wageningen...
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Vanishing glaciers threaten Alpine biodiversity

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 With glaciers melting at unprecedented rates due to climate change, invertebrates that live in the cold meltwater rivers of the Alps will face widespread habitat loss, warn researchers.Many of the species are likely to become restricted to cold habitats that will only persist higher in the mountains, and these areas are also likely to see pre...
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The University of Liège involved in the JUICE space mission

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 Launched by an Ariane 5 rocket, the European Space Agency's JUICE probe was launched from Kourou in French Guiana. This is an important new space mission to study Jupiter and its moons, to which researchers from the University of Liège and the Centre Spatial de Liège (CSL) have made and will continue to make a significant contribution.Started...
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Ocean warming intensifies viral outbreaks within corals

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 Study is first to document reefwide dynamics of viruses that infect coral symbiontsThe breathtaking colors of reef-building corals come from photosynthetic algae that live inside the corals. A groundbreaking three-year study has found that viruses may increase their attacks on these symbiotic algae during marine heat waves.Few studies have ex...
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Aerostructures Innovation Research Hub

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 Swinburne's Aerostructures Innovation Research Hub – AIRHub - is an advanced development collaboration between industry and research.The AIR Hub is embracing digitisation to develop intelligent manufacturing processes, using advanced composite materials to design and produce innovative aerostructures.Structures that are lighter, stronger and ...
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Surprise kilonova upends established understanding of long gamma-ray bursts

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 For nearly two decades, astrophysicists have believed that long gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) resulted solely from the collapse of massive stars. Now, a new study upends that long-established and long-accepted belief.Led by Northwestern University, a team of astrophysicists has uncovered new evidence that at least some long GRBs can result from neu...
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