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An EU-backed trial recruited 100 patients suffering from severe breathlessness to find the answer.
Researchers have used deep learning technologies to measure changes in people’s consciousness during sleep, general anaesthesia and severe brain injury.
New tool ranks jobs threatened by robots.
People all over the world have a preference for this kind of smell, according to a new study.
When it comes to climate tipping, there might be good news for large, spatially heterogeneous Earth systems. According to new research, passing a critical moment could have less severe consequences than generally thought.
We don’t provide constructive feedback because we constantly underestimate other people’s desire for it.
A potentially invaluable resource for forest biodiversity and bioeconomy policymakers, a new data set shows current distributions of 67 European tree species and predicts their future distribution under two emissions scenarios.
New research reveals the most boring person in the world.
The brains of fruit flies can do things we usually only associate with mammals. According to a new study, these tiny insects possess attention, working memory and awareness capabilities.
Bringing together partners from five European countries, this EU-funded project is tasked with transforming the capacity for scientific excellence and innovation in cellular and molecular neuroscience at an important Ukrainian research institute.
Constantly checking for updates and scrolling through social media for negative news stories can negatively impact mental health.
Advancing the role of Ukraine’s Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics in Europe is the aim of an EU-funded twinning project that brings together high-profile research and innovation institutes from Europe.
NASA invites the public to send their names around the moon.
Paving the way for more environmentally friendly materials in future electromechanical devices, EU-backed researchers have found a new way to induce the piezoelectric effect in materials ordinarily not considered to be piezoelectric.
Researchers create largest ever human family tree.
Could there be a cost-efficient, eco-friendly alternative to today’s solar power technology? Quite possibly, thanks to a much more efficient solar cell developed by EU-backed researchers.
Fish fossils reveal when the dinosaur-killing asteroid struck.
Launching on 28 February 2022, the Switch2save Architectural Design Competition is giving students and young professionals a chance to showcase lightweight switchable smart glass solutions for energy-efficient glass buildings.
Let’s talk volcanoes! Are we close to being able to monitor and predict volcanic activity in real time? In this episode of CORDIScovery we take a look at what crystals in magma can tell us, hear what it takes to make lava flow in a lab, and find out about the well-named ‘extremophile’ bacteria that thrive in some of the world’s most challenging environments.
Pursuing happiness in the world’s happiest countries may be both good and bad for well-being, claims new study.
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