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Career - Health - 26.02.2021
Opinion: Work-life balance in a pandemic is a public health issue we cannot ignore
Despite fears that home working would lead to a decrease in productivity, evidence shows that people have worked more, not less, during the Covid-19 pandemic, write PhD researcher Dave Cook (UCL Anthropology) and Research Fellow Anna Rudnicka (UCL Interaction Centre).

Economics / Business - Career - 26.02.2021
Improved job prospects top concern of consumers
The relatively small recent loss in consumer confidence was concentrated among households with below median incomes, and focused on future economic prospects, according to the University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers.

Social Sciences - Career - 25.02.2021
Researching Social Cohesion Internationally
Berlin University Alliance and University of Oxford fund joint alliance projects / Joint press release by Freie Universität Berlin, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Technischen Universität Berlin alon

Career - Life Sciences - 23.02.2021
For UCLA-based startup, new muscular dystrophy treatment is a personal mission
Courtney Young helped develop the gene therapy at the heart of a biotech startup, MyoGene Bio , when she was a doctoral candidate at UCLA from 2013 to 2018.

Health - Career - 23.02.2021
Latinx, Native Americans carry heavier pandemic burden, new poll reports
A new Berkeley IGS Poll found broad support among Californians for proposals to provide workplace and income protections for farmworkers, even those in the state without documentation.

Career - Economics / Business - 23.02.2021
COVID-19 is ravaging U.S. early childhood education, new report finds
Child care and early childhood education centers have faced severe challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, from reduced enrollments to higher costs for cleaning and maintenance.

Health - Career - 15.02.2021

Career - Campus - 12.02.2021

Social Sciences - Career - 11.02.2021
'Left behind' adolescent women must be prioritised within sustainable development agenda - report
’Left behind’ adolescent women must be prioritised within sustainable development agenda - report
The needs of millions of overlooked, 'left behind' adolescent women must become a more significant priority within international efforts to end poverty by 2030, a UK Government-commissioned report is urging.

Environment - Career - 11.02.2021

Career - Health - 09.02.2021
Study underscores need for stimulus support to vulnerable groups
Workers who are most vulnerable to pandemic layoffs are more likely people of color, underscoring the need for stimulus funding in order to keep racial inequality from growing, according to a new University of Michigan study. U-M researcher Brooke Helppie-McFall and colleague Joanne Hsu of Howard University and the Federal Reserve Board were interested in identifying workers most vulnerable to coronavirus-related earnings losses.

Career - 04.02.2021

Innovation - Career - 03.02.2021

Economics / Business - Career - 29.01.2021

Career - Campus - 28.01.2021
A Call to End Funding Discrimination Against Black Scientists in the United States
Network of female biomedical engineering researchers issues call to action in Cell Representatives from a network of women deans, chairs and distinguished faculty in biomedical engineering are callin

Health - Career - 27.01.2021
How to end discrimination in health research funding
How to end discrimination in health research funding
A network of U.S. biomedical engineering researchers calls to end funding disparities between Black and white scientists White researchers are nearly twice as likely to be awarded a gra

Psychology - Career - 20.01.2021
Free online learning opportunities for staff this term
In this article we outline some of the bite-sized free online courses available to staff this term. Explore the full range of learning options available on our Learning and Development webpage.

Economics / Business - Career - 19.01.2021

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