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  • SM4All goes green: European project lead by Sapienza University of Rome
    Sapienza University of Rome
    The European project SM4ALL (http://www.sm4all-project.eu/)lead by Roberto Baldoni and Massimo...
  • Speech study could help phone booking lines ring the changes
    University of Edinburgh
    Automated ticket booking lines could be improved to recognise more readily what customers are...
  • New clean-up technology to make haste with industrial waste
    University of Edinburgh
    Removing hazardous industrial waste could become safer and more efficient, thanks to an innovative...
  • Blood flow in the brain can now be measured in real time
    Lund University
    Thanks to new technology developed by researchers in Lund, it has for the first time become...
  • Scientists share secret of how our cells make us tick
    University of Edinburgh
    Scientists have shed light on a key control process within cells that helps ensure our bodies...
  • Scientists solve puzzle of chickens that are half male and half female
    University of Edinburgh
    A puzzle that has baffled scientists for centuries – why some birds appear to be male on one side...
  • Older non-smokers gain most from tobacco ban, study suggests
    University of Edinburgh
    Older people who have never smoked benefit most from smoking bans, a study suggests. A study in New...
  • Ability to tolerate enemies influences evolution
    Lund University
    Stay and fight, or flee? These are usually the alternatives facing a victim when it is attacked by...
  • USD 2.8 million for primary care research on mental ill health
    Lund University
    A research group at the Centre for Primary Health Care Research in Skåne, southern Sweden, has...
  • Completed jigsaw explains extinction of dinosaurs
    Lund University
    The extinction of the dinosaurs has long been debated. Now, researchers from around the world have...