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Over the years, COST Actions have become one the main instrument for research collaboration in Europe. Thanks to a large spectrum of networking tools provided by the COST Actions, researchers and innovators have a dedicated space to grow their ideas in any science and technology field by sharing them with their peers. And if science …

Back to Listing June 14, 2021 In fiscal year 2020, research expenditures at Arizona’s public universities increased year-over-year by $55.1 million or 3.8 percent to $1.488 billion. Collectively, the universities exceeded the board’s research expenditure metric goal by nearly $95 million. The board approved the Fiscal Year 2020 ABOR Research and Technology …

The University of South Florida Foundation today announced a $1.8 million estate gift to USF Health that will fund a women’s heart health professorship, dermatology research endowment and caregiver education programs at the Byrd Alzheimer’s Center. Community volunteer and USF Health patient Bruce Mackey made the gift in honor of his doctors Guilherme Oliveira and …

New York, June 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Water Purifier Market Research Report by Technology, by Component, by Distribution, by Region – Global Forecast to 2026 – Cumulative Impact of COVID-19” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06088893/?utm_source=GNW The Global Water Purifier Market size was estimated at USD 36.64 Billion in 2020 and …

The Senate passed bipartisan legislation Tuesday that would authorize billions of dollars in funding for technology research in the United States, much of which would be available for institutions of higher education. If the U.S. Innovation and Competitiveness Act — intended to help the U.S. better compete with China — passes the House as is, …

After looking for just one-twentieth of a second, experts in camouflage breaking can accurately detect not only that something is hidden in a scene, but precisely identify the camouflaged target, a skill set that can mean the difference between life and death in warfare and the wild, investigators report. They can actually identify a camouflaged …

There’s a lot of interest right now in how different microbiomes–like the one made up of all the bacteria in our guts–could be harnessed to boost human health and cure disease. But Daniel Segrè has set his sights on a much more ambitious vision for how the microbiome could be manipulated for good: “To help …

When bringing technologies into the workplace, it pays to be realistic. Often, for instance, bringing new digital technology into an organization does not radically improve a firm’s operations. Despite high-level planning, a more frequent result is the messy process of frontline employees figuring out how they can get tech tools to help them to some …

The California Senate has passed two bills authored by state Sen. Bill Dodd to address the growing wildfire threat through more advanced firefighting technology and by easing the path to wider use of prescribed fire. Senate Bill 109 would create the Office of Wildfire Technology Research and Development within the state Office of Emergency Services. …

Over 1,000 Australians died as a result of a traffic crash in the past year, with speed being a factor in around 20-40% of crashes. Historically, many of the attempts to convince drivers to obey road rules have relied on strategies that highlight the risks associated with the offence. However, findings from a Queensland-based study …