MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russia – Source: Saint Petersburg State University in Russian The speaker presented a report in the framework of the discussion session “Artificial intelligence and blockchain technology in the fight against counterfeiting: an economic and legal analysis in a global context.” Participants in the conversation noted that the volume of the counterfeit […]Read More →
MIL-OSI UK Cities: University research celebrated at Going Global conference Pan-European research collaborations involving the University of Aberdeen were highlighted as part of a conference held in Germany to celebrate partnerships between UK and German universities.
Source: University of Aberdeen Professor James N’Dow, who leads the PIONEER project, at the research showcase that took place at the British Embassy in Berlin as part of the Going Global conference.Pan-European research collaborations involving the University of Aberdeen were highlighted as part of a conference held in Germany to celebrate partnerships between UK and […]Read More →
MIL-OSI Translation: Explorers met the professional holiday on Board the R / V “Akademik tryoshnikov”
Date of professional holiday of specialists chosen on may 21, 1937 launched the first expedition of the polar drifting station “North pole — 1” (“SP-1”). “It is symbolic that on this day we meet the members of the expedition “Transarctica-2019″, which continues the traditions of Maritime high-latitude Arctic expeditions, including drifting. We hope that such […]Read More →
Source: University of Abertay How can we give our oceans a ‘health-check’? The surprising answer may be through the wellbeing of seals… An Abertay study warned that baby seals around the UK coast are at risk from toxic chemicals present in their mothers’ milk. Long-lasting chemicals from man-made contaminants have been recognised as harmful to […]Read More →
Scientists were able to show how different the genetics of the indigenous inhabitants of the Pskov and Novgorod regions and the Republic of Yakutia affects their lactose tolerance, susceptibility to the drug “Warfarin” and other features.The study is published in the journal Genomics.Samples of Pskov, Novgorod and Yakut scientists have compared with the previously decoded […]Read More →
MIL-OSI UK Cities: A berry healthy heart study: How do berries help the heart? Overweight men are being invited to take part in a ‘berry’ exciting new nutritional study, which may help find ways to decrease the risk of developing heart disease in healthy populations.
Source: University of Aberdeen Overweight men are being invited to take part in a ‘berry’ exciting new nutritional study, which may help find ways to decrease the risk of developing heart disease in healthy populations. The berry to be studied is currently underused and is reported to contain one of the highest levels of natural […]Read More →
The session was moderated by Professor of St. Petersburg state University Nellie Diveevo, member of the expert Council on healthcare of the inter-parliamentary Assembly of States — participants of the CIS. Opening the discussion, she recalled that health is not merely the absence of disease or infirmity, and, according to the who definition, physical, mental […]Read More →
Source: Eastern Institute of Technology – Tairāwhiti 3 mins ago For school leavers the question “What to do next” is often difficult to answer. Studying a degree at one of New Zealand’s universities? Learning an in-demand trade? Taking up an exciting tourism job? School leavers are spoilt for choice but having all these opportunities, can […]Read More →
Source: Eastern Institute of Technology – Tairāwhiti Home News A strong voice for Pasifika people in healthcare 3 mins ago Rosalia, Alma and Victoria (from left) are three of very few Pasifika nursing students. Samoan Bachelor of Nursing students Rosalia Taotofi, Victoria Lealaiauloto Nofoaiga and Alma Su’a received this year’s Ministry of Health Pasifika Scholarship. […]Read More →