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Modulating Human Subjective Time Experience

Although time can be measured objectively, human time perception is remarkably subjective and influenced by individual motivations, cognitive states, and social factors. In stressful conditions, we often experience a lack of time, whereas on more relaxing occasions we might...

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10 Mar 2021

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Smart LightwAve Multi-modal Distributed Acoustic Strain and Temperature sensor (SLAM-DAST)

Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) and Distributed Temperature-Strain Sensing (DTSS) are two ground-breaking Distributed Fibre Optic Sensor (D-FOS) technologies that allow large-scale measuring and mapping of acoustic vibrations, temperature, mechanical deformations, and...

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10 Mar 2021

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Revolutionary Platform to Decipher Immunogenicity of Tumour Neoantigens- the Ultimate Targets for Future Immunotherapies to Eradicate Cancer

Immunotherapy has revolutionised cancer treatment, providing survival benefits in patients with hard-to-treat tumours. Tragically, these benefits are unevenly distributed. Clinical efficacy varies dramatically between (and within) cancer types, and severe side-effects persist...

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10 Mar 2021

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A universally applicable system for direct readout of eukaryotic cell transgenesis with a novel integration-coupled gene expression switch

Stable integration of exogenous transgenes in the genome of transfected eukaryotic host cells is essential in many biological, biotechnological and biomedical applications. Naked DNA vectors are increasingly applied for this purpose as an alternative to viral particles due to...

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10 Mar 2021

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Personalised Quantitative Upper Extremity Assessment for Stroke Rehabilitation

Globally, 15 million people suffer a stroke every year, causing 6 million deaths and leaving another 5 million permanently disabled, which makes stroke the second leading cause of disability. In the Europe, it is the most common cause of morbidity and long-term disability...

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10 Mar 2021

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TRANsport with QUantum nuclei in Ionic Liquids

Transport coefficients govern the irreversible flow of extensive, conserved quantities, like mass, momentum, charge and energy. They are fundamental in both science and technology, governing from battery- and fuel-cell-efficiency to the lifecycle of planets. During the last...

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10 Mar 2021

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Foundation of Nonrelativistic String Theory and Its Applications to Holography

One of the most profound problems in modern theoretical physics concerns the formulation of quantum gravity. A predominating paradigm for addressing questions in quantum gravity is string theory. One important lesson from string theory is that different string theories must be...

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10 Mar 2021

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EU Intersex Citizenship

The EUICIT action addresses the rights claims and agendas of intersex people and those with Disorders of Sexual Development (DSD), in response to recent Council of Europe recommendations to revise medical and policy approaches. The term 'Intersex' refers to people born with...

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9 Mar 2021

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Offshore hydrogen from shoreside wind turbine integrated electrolyser

The OYSTER project will lead to the development and demonstration of a marinized electrolyser designed for integration with offshore wind turbines. One of the world’s leading PEM electrolyser manufacturers, ITM Power, will work with the world’s largest offshore wind...

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9 Mar 2021

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MAchinE Learning for Scalable meTeoROlogy and cliMate

To develop Europe’s computer architecture of the future, MAELSTROM will co-design bespoke compute system designs for optimal application performance and energy efficiency, a software framework to optimise usability and training efficiency for machine learning at scale, and...

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9 Mar 2021

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