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Administration - 18.07.2024
Manchester expert assists major report into how to estimate UK's population
Manchester expert assists major report into how to estimate UK’s population
The Office for Statistics Regulation (OSR) has published a new report about the new methods that the Office for National Statistics (ONS) are developing to produce population estimates for England and Wales, with the help of an expert from The University of Manchester.

Administration - Politics - 17.07.2024
OSR publishes findings and requirements for ONS to enhance their Admin-Based Population Estimates (ABPEs)
Today , the Office for Statistics Regulation (OSR) has published initial findings on the new methods that the Office for National Statistics (ONS) are developing to produce population estimates for Engand and Wales, using administrative data sources.

Health - Administration - 12.07.2024
Newly funded CIHR project aims at mentoring solutions for retaining nursing workforce
UCalgary Nursing researcher Tracie Risling and Alberta Health Services leaders co-lead study-focused ways to stabilize and support more sustainable nursing workforce A combination of slowing numbers o

Administration - 11.07.2024
MyServices - Finance queries set to go live next week
MyServices - Finance queries set to go live next week

Administration - Politics - 11.07.2024
Safeguarding the public service in the digital era
Safeguarding the public service in the digital era

Health - Administration - 02.07.2024
Regulations grounded in research are saving lives by adding restrictions to tobacco
According to Health Canada, about 48,000 people in Canada die from tobacco use each year. Research has shown that tobacco use is a leading cause of preventable diseases and deaths worldwide and efforts to reduce tobacco consumption through regulation and policy measures have significantly contributed to public health improvements.

Administration - 20.06.2024
Government needs to go further in folic acid fortification to prevent avoidable birth defects
Government needs to go further in folic acid fortification to prevent avoidable birth defects

Administration - Computer Science - 17.06.2024
ETH research supply support to the Swiss state
ETH research supply support to the Swiss state
From devising forecasting models for the Federal Finance Administration and describing the latest trends in civil protection, researchers routinely supply vital support to the Swiss state and help drive innovation.

Health - Administration - 07.06.2024
Research investigates returning to work after dust lung disease
University of Queensland research is at the forefront of finding ways to improve the return to work for people diagnosed with dust lung disease.

Social Sciences - Administration - 26.04.2024
Focus on Rwanda’s safety is a distraction from the dangerous conditions for asylum seekers in the UK

Politics - Administration - 23.04.2024
The BlueGreen Governance project is discussed at the Oceanogràfic
The BlueGreen Governance project is discussed at the Oceanogràfic

Environment - Administration - 22.04.2024
Cost-cutting measures at WSL

Administration - 22.04.2024
Digital government is blind to millions of ’non-average’ citizens

Innovation - Administration - 11.04.2024
CMU Supports NIST Guidelines on Red Teaming for Generative AI

Innovation - Administration - 10.04.2024
Universität Hamburg Launches UHHGPT
Universität Hamburg Launches UHHGPT

Social Sciences - Administration - 27.03.2024
One in six school-aged children experiences cyberbullying, finds new WHO/Europe study
The World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office for Europe today released the second volume of the Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study, which focuses on patterns of bullying and peer violence.

Campus - Administration - 13.03.2024
Recording of Estates Masterplan Town Hall now available to view
Recording of Estates Masterplan Town Hall now available to view

Administration - Innovation - 12.03.2024
Bridging the Gap with Policy Fellow Regina Witter
Bridging the Gap with Policy Fellow Regina Witter

Administration - 11.03.2024
The Turing scheme was supposed to help more disadvantaged UK students study abroad
The Turing scheme was supposed to help more disadvantaged UK students study abroad

Administration - Innovation - 15.02.2024
'We don't want to send around pieces of paper anymore'
’We don’t want to send around pieces of paper anymore’

Environment - Administration - 13.02.2024
A conference, within the framework of the European green capital of Valencia, analyses the role of wetlands in mitigating climate change
A conference, within the framework of the European green capital of Valencia, analyses the role of wetlands in mitigating climate change

Administration - 05.02.2024
Local authorities face significant challenges to deliver affordable housing despite desire
Local councils are growing more pessimistic about delivering sufficient affordable housing in the future, despite a desire to directly engage in housing development again, finds a new report by UCL researchers.

Campus - Administration - 05.02.2024
Seven nominated to join Johns Hopkins University Police Accountability Board

Administration - 04.02.2024
Denver rallies past Hopkins for OT win
Denver rallies past Hopkins for OT win

Administration - 15.01.2024
A simpler tax regime leads to more corporate investment
On Tuesday, January 16, Jesse van der Geest will defend his PhD thesis, entitled: Economic Effects of Tax Avoidance and Compliance.

Politics - Administration - 09.01.2024
’The days of à la carte cooperation are over.’

Administration - 03.01.2024
Results for: Publication News | Articles published in Energy Regulation Quarterly

Career - Administration - 14.12.2023
ESA announces two new directors

Administration - 13.12.2023
Homes in areas hit hardest by fuel poverty not benefiting from government’s flagship energy scheme, report warns

Administration - 12.12.2023
New Report on ’Design & Policy’ co-authored by Professor Liz Richardson
A report calling for more cross-disciplinary research on design in public policy has been launched by the AHRC funded Design There is a growing field in practice and research dedicated to investigating the distinctive contribution of design to policymaking.

Innovation - Administration - 07.12.2023
Electric, autonomous vehicles offer promise, but broad-based benefits elusive without public role

Administration - 05.12.2023
Government supports continued research to reduce gambling-related harms
Government supports continued research to reduce gambling-related harms

Politics - Administration - 28.11.2023
How would a second Trump presidency reshape the US government?
How would a second Trump presidency reshape the US government?

Environment - Administration - 20.11.2023
New director joins Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium

Innovation - Administration - 09.11.2023
Finding the balance between ethics and innovation in AI
Finding the balance between ethics and innovation in AI

Computer Science - Administration - 08.11.2023
First measures of the data science strategy implemented

Transport - Administration - 20.10.2023
$7.5 million in federal funds to establish Mobility Center of Excellence at UCLA

Politics - Administration - 20.10.2023
Moldovan President visits ETH Zurich
Moldovan President visits ETH Zurich

Computer Science - Administration - 09.10.2023
'Everyone can and must contribute to IT security'
’Everyone can and must contribute to IT security’
The University of Münster reorganises its IT security and Almost every week we read about cyberattacks on companies or authorities - quite often on universities, too.

Administration - Economics - 09.10.2023
Diversity in government contracts still falls short of equal opportunity for disadvantaged firms

Administration - 29.09.2023
JHU prepared for government shutdown

Administration - Politics - 28.09.2023
U-M experts discuss government funding as clock ticks toward shutdown

Innovation - Administration - 27.09.2023
Gov. Shapiro Visits CMU - Birthplace of AI - To Sign Executive Order on Generative AI

Administration - 20.09.2023
Speech from the throne not simpler, but more complex than in previous years
This year's speech from the throne was complexly worded once again, analysis by linguists Leo Lentz and Henk Pander Maat shows. It contained many complicated and unfamiliar words, phrases, and constructions.

Administration - Politics - 18.09.2023
Prinsjesdag 2023: Professors advise ministers for a fairer society through more government regulations

Environment - Administration - 14.09.2023
Preserving Natural Resources through Policy
Hannah Druckenmiller joins the Caltech faculty this year as an assistant professor of economics.

Administration - 13.09.2023
More should be done to promote Scotland globally ’beyond the tartan’ but positive signs of collaboration between governments, MPs find

Career - Administration - 30.08.2023
Spotlight on... Rea Souida
Spotlight on... Rea Souida

Administration - 24.08.2023
E-scooters pave the way for a memorable Brisbane tourism experience
Rideshare e-scooters have had a positive effect on Brisbane tourism with many visitors finding them more convenient than public transport and cars, according to a report by University of Queensland researchers.

Environment - Administration - 23.08.2023
Australian government appoints Emma Johnston to the board of CSIRO
Australian government appoints Emma Johnston to the board of CSIRO
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