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  • Does the sulfur dioxide on Venus cool the Earth?
    Université Pierre et Marie Curie
    Sulfur dioxide in the upper atmosphere of Venus: a key to fight against global warming on Earth? A...
  • Experts on Wind Energy Gather in TCD to Discuss Next Generation Wind Turbines
    Trinity College Dublin
    The health monitoring of next generation wind turbines was the subject of a Winter School organised...
  • University of Tartu to Receive European Patent for Lactobacillus Fermentum ME-3
    University of Tartu
    The European Patent Office will grant a patent for Lactobacillus fermentum ME-3 discovered by UT...
  • Innovative treatment of Crouzon syndrome
    Jagiellonian University in Krakow
    The innovative operation of a 4-year old child was conducted in the JU Children's Hospital. The...
  • Patients need better, not more, information in choosing a high-quality hospital
    London School of Economics
    Health think-tank the King's Fund has warned against the idea that more information is always...
  • The Entrepreneurial Impact of Research
    Trinity College Dublin
    The TCD-UCD Innovation Alliance hosted an event, entitled TCD-UCD Innovation Alliance –...
  • Moving monopoles detected
    University of Barcelona
    The search for magnetic monopoles - isolated magnetic charges that can move freely, similarly to...
  • Learning to read and the impact on the brain
    Université Pierre et Marie Curie
    For the first time detailed images of the impact on the brain of learning to read were obtained by...
  • UT Scientists Study Photosynthesis to Facilitate the Development of Highly Productive Plant Varieties
    University of Tartu
    UT Scientists Study Photosynthesis to Facilitate the Development of Highly Productive Plant...
  • Soil Needs Decades to Recover from a Spill
    Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology
    Twelve years after the spillage at Aznalcóllar (Spain), a team led by the National Museum of...