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Health & Medicine
A group of scientists in the SafeConsume project were looking at how kitchen layouts affect food safety. They suggest that it’s time to rethink the traditional work triangle on which designers base their kitchen plans and to replace it with the food safety triangle. This new arrangement favours both correct hygiene practices and ergonomics and may decrease the number of foodborne illnesses attributed to food preparation in households.
Health & Medicine
Glycogen Storage Disease Type 1b (GSD1b) is a rare genetic disorder that has a huge impact on patients’ lives and the lives of their families. People with GSD1b cannot effectively access the glucose needed to fuel themselves, leading to severely low blood sugar and life-threatening infections among other complications. Current treatments, such as frequently consuming cornstarch, provide some help to those with GSD1b, but new treatments are greatly needed. Sophie’s Hope Foundation are dedicated to helping find a much-needed cure for this rare disease.
Business & Economics
Workers seek new jobs for many reasons. When they change jobs for career reasons, their salaries tend to increase, whereas when they change jobs for family reasons, they may experience wage losses. While men and women change jobs at similar rates, mothers are more likely to prioritize family-friendly employment. As a result, their wages fall behind with potentially large consequences over the life course.
Health & Medicine
1 in 3 people are colonised with MRSA, an antibiotic-resistant strain of bacteria. In some cases, MRSA can cause infection, which can be difficult to treat as the bacteria grow resistant to routine treatment. TIDE is aiming to recruit 3000 NHS hospital in-patients to be part of a trial to find alternative safe and effective treatments to eliminate MRSA colonisation, and reduce the chance of infection in hospitals.
Informatics & Technology
The Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) department at the University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) is educating the next generation of engineers and computer scientists. With a wide range of degree programmes and an excellent reputation for job placements, the school provides students with the practical and academic skills they need to change the future.
Earth & Environment
As the world adopts electric vehicles, battery production must keep pace. The GIGAGREEN project will develop technologies that scale up current battery manufacturing procedures whilst making the process more sustainable. By revolutionising battery generation, GIGAGREEN will put Europe at the forefront of lithium-ion battery production.
Arts & Humanities
This video brings to life the history of the architectural remains of an important Buddhist site set high on a hill overlooking the city of Ghazni in modern-day Afghanistan. The 1,800-year-old monastery complex has been excavated by the Italian Archaeological Mission in Afghanistan. It opens a window into the ancient Buddhist art of Afghanistan, its embedded meanings, and its impact on the society of those times.
Heat transfer is an important process found in a wide range of systems. The study of turbulence could help advance our understanding of heat management, as the two processes follow extremely similar principles. Improving our understanding of turbulence would impact everything from personal devices like laptops or phones all the way up to nuclear fusion reactors that power our cities.
The air travel industry is growing rapidly, and so is the demand for more efficient and quieter aircraft. By studying turbulence, we can solve the existing problems of aerodynamics and noise generation to bring about the next generation or quieter, more economical aircraft.
Earth & Environment
Bioelectrochemical systems (BESs) enable the use of common microorganisms present in soil and water to clean up our environments and to generate electricity to light up our homes and power our phones. They offer an environmentally friendly and cost-effective solution to many challenges humans are facing today. PHOENIX is an international network that provides a platform for innovation, advancing knowledge and bringing researchers, industries and societies together by connecting researchers with shared interest in bioelectrochemical applications.
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Science Animated communicates complex research through compelling content. We offer a complete service, from initial consultation, through to script writing, animation and promotion of the finalised content. Not only do we create beautiful animations to explain your work – we ensure they are watched by the audience you want to target. Each project is managed by one of our experienced editors, to ensure a seamless and time-effective delivery.
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