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Crowdsourced weather projects boost climate science research

Thousands of volunteers, immobilized by the COVID-19 lockdown, recently revived a wealth of historic rainfall records from the UK and Ireland. Manuscript records note the rainfall sightings of landowners, socialites, and an array of enthusiastic citizens dating back to the late 17th century. Computer software cannot yet accurately decode handwriting, …

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Brown announces more than $600,000 for computer science research at the University of Cincinnati

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) announced that the National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded the University of Cincinnati a $610,000 grant to improve the failure resolution process mobile applications when a bug is reported by reproducing, creating and generating tests. The techniques developed in this project …

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Creating Custom Oligonucleotides for Life Science Research

SelectScience speaks with Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT) to learn how the company was able to increase its offering of customizable and robust nucleic acid products to support the life science industry Naomi Cauwenberghs, Deputy Director of Large Scale Processing at Integrated DNA Technologies From academic and commercial research to medical …

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Michigan State University announces several new scientific research projects

As one of the top research universities in the world, Michigan State University is constantly advancing, innovating, and changing the future of the world. Here are some recent research efforts you may have missed. MSU will increase its fleet of electric vehicles by nearly 370 Vehicles The university has announced …

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Florham Park students win first place in inter-school science research competition | Florham Park Eagle News

FLORHAM PARK – Local students put the scientific method to the test in a recent competition. In the end, five of them outperformed their peers from across the region. Students at Brooklake Elementary School and Ridgedale Middle School participated in the Fair for Emergent Researchers (FER), a national program that …

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NSW’s world-class climate science research extends to WA

The NSW Reference Climate Projection Modeling has been adopted across states, ensuring a consistent approach to climate science and information. The new NSW and Australian Regional Climate Modeling (NARCliM) project now extends from Sydney to Perth. The world-class project, led by NSW’s Department of Planning and Environment (DPE), includes ACT, …

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Musenero speaks out as MPs call for more funding for scientific research

The Ugandan Parliament has asked the government to provide more funds to scientific research institutes to develop local health solutions for the country, body of chimpanzees report. The Science, Technology and Innovation Select Committee on COVID-19 Related Research for the year 2019-21, said that prior to the pandemic, institutions such …

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Japanese Life Science Research Market Secures Protein Imprinting Products

GenNext Technologies introduces protein fingerprinting products in Japan through Kiko Tech Co., LTD GenNext Technologies, Inc. (GenNext), in partnership with Kiko Tech Co., Ltd., will provide Flash Oxidation (Fox™) protein fingerprinting systems to the Japanese life science research market. GenNext introduced Fox-based HRPF to the market as a disruptive and …

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Featured Computer Science Engineering and Research Students

Mechanical engineering students have developed LegUp, a robotic system with six legs that rotate simultaneously. After graduating this month, Subha Lal plans to use the engineering skills she learned at Cal State Fullerton to help preserve the environment and advance technology for a better humanity. . …

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Partnerships support science, research exchanges between NPS and Norway > United States Navy > News-Stories

“Working together, sharing ideas and learning from each other is essential to achieving scientific breakthroughs,” Martinsen said. “So far, the two main aspects of our collaborative research at the Naval Postgraduate School have been one, the study of certain classes of mathematical functions which are among the most fundamental ingredients …

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The Earma think tank will offer support on open science

Image: Grace Gay for Professional Research News Earma 2022: The European Association of Research Managers and Administrators collected ideas at the annual conference The European Association of Research Managers and Administrators plans to launch a group to offer open science assistance to universities, and discussed the idea at its annual …

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Canadian Food Innovation Network Emerging Science Cluster

The Canadian Food Innovation Network (CFIN) is proud to administer the series of Emerging Science Research Cluster projects, carried out between 2018 and 2023, in partnership with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. The cluster brings together the breadth of talent and resources from the Government of Canada’s universities, colleges, food technology …

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Computational Social Science Research Lab Launched in Singapore

Singapore, 27 April 2022 – Singapore Management University (SMU) and the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) have established a joint Human-Centered and Social Computing Lab to to build globally competitive research capacity for Singapore to address people-centered questions in human health and potential, and urban solutions and sustainability …

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The role of basic university laboratories in life science research

One of the biggest challenges for lab managers is learning how to budget for the equipment and infrastructure needed to conduct experiments. Specialized equipment, such as confocal microscopes, are expensive to purchase and maintain. Researchers, in turn, need to be trained to use the machines properly and collect good quality …

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UGA Conference Poultry Science Research Topic | News

ATHENS — UGA’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences will host the second annual Georgia Precision Poultry Farming Conference via Zoom on May 3. The $40 entry fee is waived for students, but registration — open through May 1 — is required for all attendees. The conference will be recorded …

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VSU Students Demonstrate Leadership in Food and Agri-Science Research

Published on Saturday, April 23, 2022 at 09:51 Join AFP’s more than 100,000 followers on Facebook Buy an AFP subscription Subscribe to AFP podcasts on Apple podcast, Spotify and pandora News, press releases, letters to the editor: augustafreepress2@gmail.com Advertising inquiries: freepress@ntelos.net Three VSU graduate students, 26 undergraduate students, and 25 …

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Science Research Scholars major offers an innovative undergraduate experience

Dr. Rizalia Klausmeyer has created a new major at Baylor: Science Research Fellows. Photo courtesy of Srikhar Chilukuri By Sophia Tejeda | Personal editor Baylor offers a variety of majors that work to cultivate skills and prepare students for their future. Using the resources and faculty at its disposal, Dr …

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Bottom-up change: Political science research suggests more CRT bills could come to Washington next year

register here for The 74’s daily newsletter. Donate here to support The 74’s independent journalism. The barrage of new state legislation aimed at controlling how teachers can talk about race and gender has become one of the biggest education stories of 2022. But new research on the connection between local …

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Baruch alumnus Kate Milashevich wins Jonas Salk Prize for Scientific Research

April 20, 2022 Baruch College alumna Katsiaryna (Kate) Milashevich (’21) is among eight CUNY students who have won 2022 Jonas E. Salk Fellowships for their scientific research. His work on the “mitochondrial distribution of glycine receptors in motor neuron cell lines” was conducted under the mentorship of Professor Pablo Peixoto …

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Busy day aboard the International Space Station with scientific research and preparations for spacewalks

Expedition 40 Flight Engineer Russian Cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev, wearing a Russian Orlan space suit, participates in an extravehicular activity (EVA) session in support of science and maintenance of the International Space Station in 2014. Oleg Artemyev and Denis Matveev are currently scheduled for spacewalks on April 18-28, 2022. Credit: NASA …

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Bulgaria to Launch AI and Computing Research Institute Backed by AWS, Google and DeepMind

Supported by Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google and DeepMind, SiteGround and $100 million from the Bulgarian government, a new institute will open in Sofia, Bulgaria in September to advance cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) and general computing through open research. The Institute aims to establish a world-class research center, a tipping …

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Case study from the Technical University of Denmark

High-performance computing (HPC) is a critical asset driving innovation across industries, and it has never been more evident than during the rapid development of vaccines to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. HPC teams are exploring modern approaches to running HPC to deliver innovations faster and more efficiently. Our HPC team within …

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New investments in ocean research in Oregon | Local News

The Oregon Ocean Science Trust (OOST) has awarded $1.1 million in public funding to ocean researchers to help Oregon better understand and monitor ocean change. The funding was made available following HB3114, which passed in the 2021 legislative session, and allocated the funds to the Oregon Ocean Science Trust (OOST) …

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New investments in ocean research in Oregon | News

The Oregon Ocean Science Trust (OOST) has awarded $1.1 million in public funding to ocean researchers to help Oregon better understand and monitor ocean change. The funding was made available following HB3114, which passed in the 2021 legislative session, and allocated the funds to the Oregon Ocean Science Trust (OOST) …

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UF and Scripps Florida Complete Integration to Create Scientific Research Powerhouse

Newswise – Two of the nation’s most respected research institutions have completed their transaction that adds a power plant in Florida intended to accelerate the pace of biomedical discovery that benefits patients. Effective April 2, the Florida campus of Scripps Research is integrated and will now be part of the …

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YPIE Students Win Prestigious Scientific Research Awards at Regeneron WESEF 2022

YPIE students Yoselin, Malak, Autumn, Tanya, Jaden and Zowie (not pictured) win awards at Regeneron WESEF. For the first time, six Yonkers Partners in Education (YPIE) students from all Yonkers public schools have been honored with awards at Regeneron WESEF, one of the nation’s most competitive and prestigious science and …

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IIT Madras is offering research fellowships in AI and Data Science, stipend of Rs 40000/month

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras has invited applications for a research fellowship of up to two years in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Data Science. The scholarship called post-baccalaureate scholarship is offered by the Robert Bosch Center for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (RBCDSAI), a unit of IIT Madras. Things …

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Postdoctoral fellowships support planetary science research

The Heising-Simons Foundation has awarded 51 Pegasi b fellowships to Brittany Miles and Paul Dalba to support their postdoctoral research in planetary astronomy. Miles is currently a PhD student. candidate in astronomy and astrophysics at UC Santa Cruz and will conduct her postdoctoral research at the University of Arizona. Dalba …

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Top 10 Data Science Research Jobs to Apply for in April 2022

by Aratrika Dutta March 28, 2022 Data science is a very good career with huge opportunities for advancement in the future Since data science is expansive, with strategies drawn from computer science, statistics and different algorithms, and with applications appearing in all fields, these challenge areas address the wide range …

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Transformative Basic Science Research – Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Aimed at uncovering the biological, genetic and molecular mechanisms of living systems, basic scientific research is both the foundation and the fuel for advances in health and medicine. At the University of Washington School of Medicine, the BJC Investigator Program brings together a cohort of some of the …

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Nigeria: How to Connect Social Science Research to Policy in Nigeria

Research is a means to an end. It produces new knowledge that contributes to improving well-being. Social science research, in particular, is directly linked to the challenges of less developed countries like Nigeria. It generally aims to strengthen policies and practices for economic growth, development and societal well-being. Good social …

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How to Connect Social Science Research to Policy in Nigeria

Research is a means to an end. It produces new knowledge that contributes to improving well-being. Social science research, in particular, is directly linked to the challenges of less developed countries like Nigeria. It generally aims to strengthen policies and practices for economic growth, development and societal well-being. Good social …

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Federal Funding Supports Institute for Scientific Research’s Low-Income Scholarships

The Albright College Science Research Institute (SRI) has been named the recipient of $1.48 million in new federal funding. The funds, requested by Rep. Chrissy Houlahan and successfully allocated through the Community Project Funding process in this year’s Congressional budget, will help connect more than 200 low-income Berks County students …

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PMHS Science Research Students Rank 1st & 2nd in JSHS

From the Pelham School District PMHS Senior Olivia Pollock won 1st place overall and Best in Fair and classmate Ann Liu placed 2nd at the New York State Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS) held last week. In addition to winning a $2,000 scholarship, Olivia will now travel to the …

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TAL Education focuses on smart hardware and life science research – Pandaily

Your browser does not support HTML5 audio TAL Education, one of the leading after-school tutoring service providers in China, is exploring smart hardware development and life science research. Recently, it has established a number of subsidiaries whose businesses include software development, technical services and intelligent hardware. Sina Tech learned from …

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Expanding access to physical science research in Sweden and Norway through reading and publishing agreements

MELVILLE, NY, March 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — AIP publishingone of the leading not-for-profit academic publishers in the physical sciences, is delighted to announce a new reading and publishing agreement with UiT The Arctic University of the Arctic, Norway (UiT) and an extension of the Bibsam Consortium Read and publish the …

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Presentation by the President of the Social Science Research Council on the research landscape in social and behavioral sciences | VTX

the Institute for Society, Culture and the Environment will welcome the President of the Social Science Research Council (SSRC), Anna Harveyas part of Virginia Tech sesquicentenary celebration and in recognition of the institute’s 15th anniversary. Harvey’s lecture, “Social and Behavioral Sciences at Scale,” will be held March 31 from 1 …

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FSU Students Receive Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation Fellowships for Marine Science Research

Blake Hamilton and Ashley Dawdy Two Florida State University students received the Guy Harvey Scholarship, an honor that recognizes Florida college and university students whose research relates to the biology, ecology, habitat, or management of fish in Florida’s marine environment. Ashley Dawdy and Blake Hamilton each received a $5,000 award …

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Collection of psychological scientific research on war, conflict and authoritarianism

Newswise – Russia’s February 24 military invasion and continued assault on the country of Ukraine has sparked a global outpouring of condemnation over the unprovoked violence and concern over the resulting humanitarian and refugee crisis. Since March 3, more than a million people have fled Ukraine to the relative safety …

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UK to invest $345m to boost life science research and manufacturing capabilities – Endpoints News

After investing around $214m last week in CEPI’s pandemic preparedness plan, the UK is pivoting – and using $345m to boost research and manufacturing capacity in the country. The UK government announced the investment earlier this week, investing up to $265 million in health research – led by the NHS …

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Real-world Asian data is essential for global life science research

Swiss company BC Platforms (BCP) has announced the expansion of its R&D operations in Singapore, which spearheads precision medicine activities in the Asia-Pacific region, including China and Japan. The company also announced a research partnership with Singapore Health Services (SingHealth), Singapore’s largest public health group. SingHealth has joined BCP’s BCRQUEST …

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Maine schools receive STEM grants for science research

(WABI) – The Society for Science has named ninety-five outstanding teachers as recipients of research grants to advance science, technology, engineering and math – or STEM – learning in classrooms colleges and high schools in the United States and abroad. Five of those grants went to teachers in Maine, one …

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UC Santa Cruz joins the Social Science Research Council

The University of California, Santa Cruz has joined the Social Science Research Council (SSRC) as one of the new members of the College and University Fund for the Social Sciences. This affiliation positions UC Santa Cruz as a national and international leader in the social sciences and will provide new …

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UAE ‘ready to become a global hub’ for life science research and innovation

The UAE is poised to become a medical research and innovation powerhouse on the international stage and could pave the way for the development of new vaccines against deadly diseases, a US health expert has said. A year on from a £1bn ($1.38bn) investment deal with the United Arab Emirates …

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Scientific research fellows will hold upcoming workshops

Photo taken at the SRF workshop, 2022. DePauw has scholarship programs such as Media Fellows, Management Fellows, and special programs like the Honor Scholar Program that students can participate in to enhance their skills and take a step toward their future career path. To be in these programs, students must …

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OPDP Social Science Research Program: Aiming to understand how healthcare providers and patients interpret prescription drug information

CDER’s Office of Prescription Drug Promotion (OPDP) four-person research team investigates issues related to promotional communications about prescription drugs directly to consumers and healthcare providers. The team uses methodologies such as surveys, experimental research, and qualitative research in its efforts. The team also provides technical assistance within the FDA and …

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Xavier’s 3rd Campus To House Pg, Science Research Depts | Kolkata News

Kolkata: St Xavier’s College plans to move research-based science departments as well as some post-graduation departments to the third campus under construction in Anandapur, off EM Bypass. The campus will also house a gender studies center and mass communication and multimedia departments.Announcing this during the 15th convocation and farewell ceremonies …

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PK Yonge combines the arts with scientific research in their springtime musical

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB) — High school students from PK Yonge’s drama department focus on brain development during their spring 2022 musical, Little Shop of Horrors. UF Health researchers claim that the various audio and visual components provided by the musical create a real brain connection. “It’s really magical for the …

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University receives highest award for soil science research

A Scottish university has received a prestigious honor from the royal family in recognition of its groundbreaking research in soil science. Representatives from the University of Aberdeen were presented with the Queen’s Birthday Award by the Prince of Wales and the Princess Royal at a ceremony in London on Thursday …

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Penn Professor Named Member of Association for Computing Machinery for Computing Research

The Daily Pennsylvanian is a student-run non-profit organization. Please support us by disabling your ad blocker on our site. Professor Penn and 2021 ACM Scholar Zachary Ives. A Penn professor was recently named Fellow 2021 by the Association for Computing Machinery. Professor Emeritus of Computing and Information Science to President …

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The SPIA data science research program welcomes its first fellows

In the fall of 2021, Princeton Empirical Studies of Conflict Project (ESOC)with the support of School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA)launched the ESOC Fellowship for Data-Driven Research, a program that prepares recent university graduates from underrepresented backgrounds to conduct data-driven research. The first scholarship recipients are Hanjatiana Nirina Randrianarisoagraduated …

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University of Montana scientific research achieves ‘next level’ status

The University of Montana has achieved an important milestone by being named a top-tier “R-1” research institution. KGVO reached out to Scott Whittenburg, UM’s vice president for research and creative scholarship, to explain the distinction the school achieved after being upgraded to the “Doctoral Universities: Highly Research Activity” classification. high”, …

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Hidden in Plain Sight: The Growing Role of Computation in Science

One of Durham city center’s most memorable landmarks, the Chesterfield building appears to have been aesthetically designed to keep the country’s spirits up during World War II. On the roof of the old cigarette factory is a shiny red sign visible from miles away: But don’t confuse the building’s quaint …

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Bayer’s Grants4Ag program awards funding to 21 new plant science research proposals

Northampton, MA –News Direct– Bayer Winners of Bayer’s Grants4Ag competition research projects aimed at protecting farmers’ crops, increasing adoption of innovations and reducing the carbon footprint of agriculture MONHEIM, Germany, Feb. 4, 2022 /3BL Media/ — Bayer today announced its 2022 cohort of Grants4Ag grantees who have been chosen to …

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Underwriters Laboratories Announces $1.8 Billion Commitment to Scientific Safety Research

NORTHBROOK, Ill., Feb. 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The nonprofit organization Underwriters Laboratories Inc. today announced it is committing $1.8 billion to address growing public safety risks. complex and reinforce the impact of its safety science mission. With this commitment, Underwriters Laboratories will dramatically expand the scale and scope of research …

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Ghimire received the NSF CAREER Award for Quantum Science Research on the Synthesis and Study of Magnetic Topological Materials

Nirmal Jeevi Ghimire received the NSF Career Award for Quantum Science Research on the Synthesis and Study of Magnetic Topological Materials. Photo by Evan Cantwell/Creative Services George Mason University Nirmal Jeevi Ghimire received a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation for his research in materials design for magnetic and …

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VIVE-The Danish Center for Social Science Research Reports Findings in Healthcare Economics : Economics – Health Economics

FEBRUARY 02, 2022 (NewsRx) — By a News Reporter – Staff News Editor at Daily Insurance News — New research in economics – Health economics is the subject of a report. According to reports from Copenhagen, Denmark, by NewsRx reporters, the research said, “The demographic shift toward a greater proportion …

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University of Bern launches new era of sports science research with scalable display technologies

The Institute of Sports Science at the University of Bern is revolutionizing sports science research through the Sensorimotor Lab with edge blending projection solutions from Scalable Display Technologies. The university implemented Scalable’s technology solution which provided cutting-edge applications, using machine vision algorithms to create an easy-to-use, cost-effective solution for warping …

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UW dairy science research aims to support Wisconsin dairy farms The Badger Herald

Cars and buses rush down University Avenue. Sidewalks and bridges line the intricate network of buildings at the center of the University of Wisconsin campus. And in the middle of it all is the Dairy Cattle Center, home to a herd of 84 dairy cows. The Dairy Cattle Center is …

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£6.25 million for environmental science research in the UK

© Pop Nukoonrat An investment of £6.25million will be invested in the creation of a five-year program of environmental science research in the UK The team will bring together social scientists and organizations to bring more evidence-based information to policy-making and research. The ACCES (Advancing Capacity for Climate and Environment …

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UGA receives donation to fund poultry science research – WGAU

Donations and pledges totaling over $2.6 million from the R. Harold and Patsy Harrison Foundation established the R. Harold and Patsy Harrison Professor Emeritus Chair in Poultry Science to support programs in the Poultry Science Department at the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. “Chairs and endowed …

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Nigeria needs more social science research – How to increase production

Sub-Saharan Africa faces some of the greatest challenges in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. For example, Nigeria has at least 87 million people in extreme poverty. The country’s unemployment rate was over 33.3%the second highest in the world, at the end of 2020. These kinds of challenges are the business …

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Nigeria needs more social science research: how to increase production

Sub-Saharan Africa faces some of the greatest challenges in reaching the Sustainable Development Goals. For example, Nigeria has at least 87 million people in extreme poverty. The country’s unemployment rate was over 33.3%the second highest in the world, at the end of 2020. These kinds of challenges are the business …

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LSUS Approves New Scientific Research Annex

SHREVEPORT, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – LSU Shreveport is investing in its scientific future with new on-campus research opportunities. The chancellor has just approved an investment of $425,000 to build a scientific research annex. “Making students competitive and giving them something extra is really what we are looking for here at LSUS. …

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Social Science Research Expert Advisory Group

Social Science Research Expert Advisory Group | World Anti-Doping Agency Cookie settings Skip to main content It looks like your javascript is disabled. To see this site better, please activate it! House Social Science Research Expert Advisory Group AMA Social Sciences Research Expert Advisory Group East responsible for providing voluntary …

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Former FIIRO DG charges women in scientific research on entrepreneurship

Through Merit Ibe Old The Director General of the Federal Institute for Industrial Research (FIIRO), Oshodi, Professor Gloria Elemo, has tasked women scientists to come up with research that will have a strong impact on entrepreneurship so as to root the industrial revolution in the developing world. . Elemo, whose …

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This AI tool condenses scientific research papers for school children

tl;dr papers is an educational project. And although it has become famous in the scientific community, unfortunately, the creators will not keep it working for long. Science Research Papers are notoriously difficult for the average person to understand without wandering off, but an AI project aims to change that by …

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Top 10 Must-Read Data Science Research Papers in 2022

by manasa.g January 19, 2022 Are you a data science enthusiast? If so, then this list of data science research papers is for you. Data science plays a vital role in many industries such as small businesses, software companies, and the list goes on. Data science includes customer preferences, demographics, …

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Social science research | World Anti-Doping Agency

We are committed to improving evidence-based doping prevention strategies through social science research. Understanding the fundamental differences between athletes who choose to participate in clean competitions and those who resort to doping or why some athletes have decided to dope – despite being well aware of the harmful effects of …

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7 seniors from Bergen County Academies recognized for scientific research

HACKENSACK, NJ — Seven seniors from Bergen County Academies have been named Regeneron Fellows for their scientific research. Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco shouted out to students on his Facebook page Tuesday afternoon. They were announced as finalists earlier this year. More than 1,800 scholarship recipients have applied for the …

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2 Ridgewood seniors recognized for scientific research

HACKENSACK, NJ — Seven seniors from Bergen County Academies, including two from Ridgewood, have been named Regeneron Scholars for their scientific pursuits. Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco shouted out to students on his Facebook page Tuesday afternoon. They were announced as finalists earlier this year. More than 1,800 scholarship recipients …

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UK industry leaders expect ‘striking’ pivot to scientific research

Many UK universities are looking to invest more in scientific research while prioritizing support for the arts and humanities, a survey of senior institutional leaders has found. In one survey of institutional research managers conducted by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), 61% of those whose universities included life and medical …

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Department of Energy announces $6 million for plasma science research

News — WASHINGTON, DC – Today the US Department of Energy (DOE) announced a plan to provide up to $6 million to support cutting-edge plasma science experiments at multiple plasma research facilities across the country. “Basic and low-temperature plasma science is a key area with many scientific and technological applications, …

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Faculty of Science Tuition Fee Research Grant

1. Origins a. Funded by the Faculty of Science, this tuition grant aims to support students who undertake research within a school of the Faculty of Science. b. Demonstrates the Faculty’s aspirations for quality in the HDR cohort and the contribution of HDR students to the University’s mission and overall …

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America’s Best Universities for Social Science Research

Based on annual research and development expenditures, University of Michigan, Harvard … [+] The university, George Mason University, the University of North Carolina, and Arizona State University are national leaders in social science research. getty In an age when many of our most pressing problems involve models of human behavior, …

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Capito and Manchin announce $889,000 for scientific research in West Virginia

WASHINGTON DC- U.S. Senators Shelley Moore Capito (RW.Va.) and Joe Manchin (DW.Va.), members of the Senate Appropriations Committee, today announced $889,849 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for two projects at West Virginia University and a project at Fairmont State University. “From space exploration to improving medical care to creating …

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Omicron, Moon, Mars and Lhc in 2022 Science

Science 2022 will have to deal with the Omicron variant, for which much remains to be understood, and the developments of the Covid-19 pandemic, but it will also have to grapple with a return to the Moon and new life-search missions on March, while returning to a bigger race The …

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Advancement of science, research, including aerospace, inalienable right of Iranian nation: Foreign Ministry

A photo released by Iran’s Defense Ministry on December 30, 2021 shows a Simorgh (Phoenix) satellite rocket taking off during its launch from an undisclosed location in Iran. The Iranian Foreign Ministry stressed that the advancement of science and research, including in the aerospace field, is an inalienable right of …

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CD BioSignal Presents Diabetes and Metabolism Solutions for Life Science Research

CD BioSignal, a US provider of life sciences and CRO research products, recently presented a comprehensive panel of research solutions covering all aspects of diabetes and metabolism and the study of metabolic diseases to provide the scientific community with a better and deeper understanding of metabolic regulation. Metabolism describes the …

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Politics and people | Making climate science research more accessible

On December 16, Union Minister of State (Science and Technology) Jitendra Singh told the Rajya Sabha that natural disasters such as cyclones and floods had increased in the country in recent years. These extreme weather events, as scientists have said, are due to the climate crisis. The Sixth Assessment Report …

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The global fluidics market for preclinical research, life sciences and clinical applications is expected to grow by $ 10.38 billion during the period 2021-2025, growing at a CAGR of 19.10% during the forecast period.

Global Fluidics Market for Preclinical Research, Life Sciences, and Clinical Applications 2021-2025 New York, December 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Global Fluidics for Preclinical, Life Science Research, and Clinical Applications Market 2021-2025” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p05976133/?utm_source=GNW 38 billion during 2021-2025, increasing at a CAGR of …

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Clemson professor wins national awards for plant science research Clemson News

December 21, 2021January 4, 2022 Sruthi NarayananAssistant Professor of Crop Ecophysiology in the Department of Plant and Environmental Sciencesreceived two national awards for his work in agronomy. Sruthi Narayanan, Assistant Professor of Crop Ecophysiology at Clemson, receives the Crop Science Society of America (CSSA) Early Career Award from CSSA …

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New Behavioral Science Research Reveals It’s Not Necessarily Enough to Get Consumers to Commit to Recycling

Published 21-12-21 Proposed by Tetra Pack To better understand how to improve recycling, specifically how to get more consumers to recycle their food and beverage cartons, the Carton Council of North America recently commissioned a behavioral science study that identified the factors that play into decisions of recycling. the a …

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Fujifilm Renews Fellowship Fund at Harvard Medical School for Translational Science Research | News

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., December 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – FUJIFILM Holdings America Corporation (Fujifilm) today announced that it has renewed its commitment to the Fujifilm Fellowship Fund at Harvard Medical School (HMS) to advance education and research in the field of translational medicine, the process of applying basic laboratory research to …

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Fujifilm Renews Fellowship Fund at Harvard Medical School for Translational Science Research

Fujifilm also congratulates the 2021 scholarship recipients CAMBRIDGE, Mass., December 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – FUJIFILM Holdings America Corporation (Fujifilm) today announced that it has renewed its commitment to the Fujifilm Fellowship Fund at Harvard Medical School (HMS) to advance education and research in the field of translational medicine, the …

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Science, research and strengthening of the American market, keys to the future for Oryzon

During the third quarter of 2021, at Oryzon, we maintained our traditional high investment rate, reaching 9.6 million euros in R&D, mainly for the clinical development of our iadademstat oncology and vafidemstat neurology programs. Currently, the first of these is being evaluated in a phase II clinical trial (ALICE) investigating …

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Bruker: Mestrelab and ZONTAL Support Effective Life Sciences Research Using Advanced Analytical Data Management and Molecular Analysis Software Platform

Press release Mestrelab and ZONTAL support efficient life science research with advanced analytical data management and molecular analysis software platform SAINT-JACQUES DE COMPOSTELLE, Spain – December 15, 2021 – Mestrelab, a leading chemistry and life science software company and ZONTAL, a leading analytical data center provider, have developed an innovative …

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Trinity Materials Science Research Projects Obtain European Innovation Council Funding

The awards represent Trinity’s first success under Horizon Europe funding program To print To print Life Read more: AMBER Horizon Europe is looking for Trinity Two research projects coordinated by Principal Investigators at Trinity College Dublin and Amber, the Irelandentre Science Foundation for Advanced Materials Research and Bioengineering, have secured …

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The top 10 most read science, research and technology articles in 2021

Covid-19 and Food Transmission: Meat, Dairy, Nuts, Fruits and Vegetables Potential Carriers, But Cannot Spread the Virus – Review More studies are emerging on food products as a potential vector of SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, according to a review of research, but there is no evidence that it …

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NEW BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE RESEARCH REVEALS THAT CONSUMERS COMMITTING TO RECYCLING IS NOT NECESSARILY ENOUGH | Texas

DENTON, TX, December 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — To better understand how to improve recycling, particularly how to get more consumers to recycle their food and beverage cartons, the Carton Council of North America recently commissioned a behavioral science study that identified the factors that play into recycling decisions. the a …

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Fluidics Market 19.10% for Preclinical Research, Life Sciences and Clinical Applications | increase in prevalence of chronic diseases to stimulate growth | Technavio |

NEW YORK, December 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The fluidics market for preclinical research, life sciences and clinical applications will depend on factors such as the increasing prevalence of chronic disease. This has increased research activities in this area. This has also led to the need for new advanced …

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Fluidics Market 19.10% for Preclinical Research, Life Sciences and Clinical Applications | Increasing prevalence of chronic diseases to stimulate growth

The market size of fluidics for preclinical research, life sciences and clinical applications is expected to grow by $ 10.38 billion from 2020 to 2025. The growth dynamics of the market will accelerate at a CAGR of 19.10%. The year-over-year growth rate of the market in 2021 is 13.00%. Read …

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Notre Dame University of Maryland Expands Scientific Research with Endowed Chair

A new endowed chair at Notre Dame University of Maryland in Baltimore will give students better access to work in scientific research while pursuing careers in the sciences. The $ 1.5 million Mary Kay Shartle-Galotto Chair in Biological Sciences honors a member of the Class of 1964 and a longtime …

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2021 Infosys Prize spotlights the best of science and research in India

The Infosys Science Foundation on Thursday announced the winners of the 2021 Infosys Prize for their contributions to science and research in six different fields: engineering and computer science, humanities, life sciences, mathematical sciences, physical sciences and social sciences . The annual award, one of the most prestigious science and …

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New cognitive science research provides insight into how infants understand animated events on screen

New research published in the journal of cognitive science Open mind provides insight into how 19 month old infants interpret screen animation. The study suggests that infants understand at this age that the animations they see are decoupled from their immediate environment and independent of the physical screen on which …

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SpaceX spacecraft could allow NASA to build permanent science research lab on the Moon – Oakland News Now

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HhxRmBIrSCw Oakland News Now – SpaceX spacecraft could allow NASA to build permanent science research lab on the Moon – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. …

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WVWC senior will be published in the Journal of Economic Science Research

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. – The research paper by an economics student at West Virginia Wesleyan College has been accepted for publication in the Economics Research Journal. “The Impact of Money Supply on the Economy: A Panel Study of Selected Countries,” was co-authored by Javier De Oña Garcia Matres ’22, also captain …

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University of Washington joins international effort to support data science research and training in Africa

The University of Washington at St. Louis is joining a major international effort to advance data science, catalyze innovation and spur health discovery across Africa. Researchers at the School of Medicine are awarded one of 19 scholarships that will support data science research and training activities in Africa. Researchers will …

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Kerala will have the first communication science research center in the capital – The New Indian Express

Through Express news service THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state’s first Communication Science Research Center (CRCS) will soon be opened at the National Institute of Speech and Hearing (NISH) here, seeking to improve the holistic care and rehabilitation of the community with different capacities. The well-equipped CRCS was designed as a higher education …

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Albright Adds Equipment to Science Research Institute | Regional News from Berks

READING, Pa .– The Scientific Research Institute at Albright College in Reading celebrates a major upgrade. State-of-the-art equipment is on display inside the new facility on North 11th and Rockland streets. Students in grades 5 to 12 at Berks County schools will be bused after normal school hours to use …

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