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Campus - 15.07.2021

Campus - Environment - 15.07.2021
U-M overhauls its approach to addressing sexual misconduct
New office will lead this work with focus on care, support, education, prevention The University of Michigan has announced sweeping revisions to its approach to addressing sexual misconduct, includin

Health - Life Sciences - 15.07.2021
Four years after launch, U-M Biosciences Initiative reviews progress and looks to the future
Since its launch in 2017, University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel's Biosciences Initiative has established nine major research initiatives on campus and has taken other significant steps designed to propel U-M to the forefront of the life sciences.

Administration - Economics / Business - 15.07.2021
Protests in Cuba: The beginning of a new revolution?
FACULTY Q&A The protests calling for "Fatherland and Life” in Cuba have been met with military tanks and censorship by the Cuban government.

Computer Science - Life Sciences - 15.07.2021
Accelerating Science from Idea to Publication with Bold National Research Platform
The San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) located at UC San Diego has heeded the National Science Foundation's call for a cyberinfrastructure ecosystem that meets the needs of today's data-intensive science.

Campus - Economics / Business - 14.07.2021

Health - 14.07.2021
New £2.9 million project to develop rehabilitation programmes for people with multiple long-term conditions
Researchers at the University of Birmingham are supporting a new programme designed to provide exercise-based rehabilitation to people living with multiple long-term health conditions.

Health - 14.07.2021
Geography determines survival for babies born with birth defects across the world - study
Geography determines survival for babies born with birth defects across the world - study
Survival for a baby born with a birth defect - otherwise known as a congenital anomaly - is dependent on where you are born, a new study reveals.

Environment - 14.07.2021
Sharks in Costa Brava: evidence of an ongoing decline
Some shark species, such as the basing shark and the spiny dogfish, are in populational decline in the Costa Brava, and even blackspotted smooth-hounds can have disappeared due to the fishing pressure of this marine region in the Catalan coasts.

Campus - Health - 14.07.2021

Innovation - Environment - 14.07.2021
Crash-resistant glazing installed on the new Coventry Very Light Rail Vehicle
· Crash-resistant glazing features on the new Coventry Very Light Rail vehicle, and could be used to improve passenger safety in other means of public transport · The glazing is made of a highly resi

Research Management - Administration - 14.07.2021

Health - Social Sciences - 14.07.2021

Health - Life Sciences - 14.07.2021
How to make biomedical research data able to interact?
How to make biomedical research data able to interact?
Swiss specialists in data semantics define the national strategy for the interoperability of research data to enable a strong policy of promoting personalised medicine.

Pharmacology - Health - 14.07.2021
Novartis announces NEJM publication of positive Phase III REACH3 data for Jakavi in chronic GvHD
REACH3 data show Jakavi significantly improved overall response rate (ORR) at week 24 (49.7% vs.

Materials Science - 14.07.2021

Health - Pharmacology - 14.07.2021
Personalised 3D printed knee implant could bring relief to thousands of arthritis sufferers
Personalised 3D printed knee implant could bring relief to thousands of arthritis sufferers
Pioneering 'printed metal' procedure to create bespoke treatment for early knee osteoarthritis set to be trialled in the UK following MHRA approval. Last updated on Wednesday 14 July 2021 A groundbreaking new treatment that uses 3D printed implants and that could bring relief to tens of thousands of knee osteoarthritis sufferers has received approval to be trialled in UK patients, following a virtual "in-silico" trial that demonstrated its safety.

Career - Art and Design - 14.07.2021

Campus - Criminology / Forensics - 14.07.2021
STOPMTL.CA: First interactive map to self-report police stops in Montreal
In 2019, an independent report commissioned by the City of Montreal demonstrated racial and social profiling by the Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) targeting Black, Arab and Indigenous peoples, and young adults in particular.

Health - Social Sciences - 13.07.2021
New mental health support teams in schools and colleges have achieved a great deal, but gaps in children’s mental health provision remain
The BRACE Rapid Evaluation Centre and Policy Innovation and Evaluation Research Unit - both funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) - have published initial findings from an early evaluation of the government's Children and Young People's Mental Health Implementation Programme.

Event - Architecture - 13.07.2021

Economics / Business - Environment - 13.07.2021

Health - 13.07.2021
New rehabilitation programme for people with multiple long-term conditions
Researchers in Leicester and the University of Glasgow are developing a new programme to provide exercise-based rehabilitation to people living with multiple long-term health conditions.

Economics / Business - Campus - 13.07.2021
Women economists underrepresented ’at every level’ in UK academia - report
New research shows the gender gap in the teaching and study of economics is still dramatic and actually getting worse. Economists argue that this is not just a problem for the discipline, but for society as a whole. Unless economists are diverse, we cannot hope to build a complete understanding of the economy, and, with it, formulate the right kinds of policies Victoria Bateman Women are underrepresented "at almost every level" within the discipline of economics in UK universities, according to a new report co-authored by a Cambridge economist.

Sport - 13.07.2021

Campus - Media - 13.07.2021
Students make the news by producing original data journalism
EPFL and UNIL students collaborated with professional journalists to write data-driven articles on key social issues - family and money - for publication in the Tribune de Genève and other news outlets of Tamedia.

Health - Pharmacology - 13.07.2021
UniQuest partners with CSL to develop potential new therapy
UniQuest partners with CSL to develop potential new therapy
A potential therapy developed at The University of Queensland may one day save lives by helping patients recover faster from severe trauma, extensive burns and major surgery.

Health - 13.07.2021
Scottish veterans’ heart health improving
The risk of Scottish veterans developing heart disease is improving, according to new research.