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Next generation of musicians to benefit as UCC receives €2m bequest

Generations of musical talent from Seán Ó Riada to Ann Cleare have learned their trade at University College Cork - and now future cohorts of musicians will benefit...

Orkney scientists aim to boost offshore energy potential

From the moment an offshore energy platform, such as a wind turbine, is placed into the open water, chemical processes begin leading to the settlement and growth of marine organisms.

Wait over for class of 2020 as first round offers made

Monash University has today sent 9,458 first round undergraduate offers to students in 165 courses across its four Victorian campuses.

Machine learning tool gives early warning of cardiac issues in COVID-19 patients

New algorithm could warn doctors in advance of cardiac arrest or blood clots in hospitalized COVID-19 patients

Manage mental health early for better overall health and longer life: study

A collaboration between the University of Auckland, the University of Michigan and Duke University in the US, the study investigated 50 years of births in New Zealand and followed them for 30 years.

University of Macau kicks off celebration for 40th anniversary

The University of Macau (UM) today (17 January) held an opening ceremony to kick off the celebration for its 40th anniversary.

COVID-19 transmission chains in the UK accurately traced using genomic epidemiology

Their analysis draws on >50k virus genome sequences – 26k of which were gathered through the COVID-19 Genomics UK (COG-UK) consortium

Could We Harness Energy from Black Holes?

A new Columbia study indicates energy can be extracted from black holes through reconnection of magnetic field lines.

Snakes evolve a magnetic way to be resistant to venom

Certain snakes have evolved a unique genetic trick to avoid being eaten by venomous snakes, according to University of Queensland research.

Are partially protected areas the ‘red herrings’ of marine conservation?

Partially protected marine areas create confusion and don’t meet their broad conservation objectives, UNSW researchers have found.
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