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Unseen side effect of COVID-19? Science research has slowed down

Scientific research has slowed down across multiple fields due to the coronavirus pandemic, as a new survey reveals. While COVID-19 research continues, research in other fields is at an all time low.

The largest ever biomedical academic research center opens

Northwestern University has opened the largest biomedical academic research building in U.S. Run by the Feinberg School of Medicine, the centre has the has fastest-growing National Institutes of Health funding in biomedical research.

Time for a new approach for studying AI?

Toronto - As artificial intelligence develops the effect of algorithms and machine learning pervade more sectors of society. To understand what is happening needs a new multidisciplinary approach, according to CIFAR researchers.

Women entering life sciences are treated less well than men

According to some new research, women who enter life sciences (as opposed to chemistry or physics) are receiving less attention from policy makers. This is despite a drop in the number of new undergraduates.

Top ten subjects studied in U.K. universities

The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service has revealed the most popular subjects studied at U.K. universities. With nursing at the top, how has the list changed over the past few years?

Op-Ed: The Orwellian American Right

It is easy to be biased to one political belief. It is also easy to see parallels between works of fiction and the political world. George Orwell created a masterpiece with "1984" that also warns the reader to the dangers of lies.

Wonder named UN Messenger of Peace

Stevie Wonder became the 11th Messenger of Peace for the United Nations at a ceremony at the UN headquarters in New York today.

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