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Sport - Career - 01.02.2024
Dan Wodicka named head coach
Dan Wodicka named head coach

Health - Career - 31.01.2024
3 strategies to break down barriers to breastfeeding and lower women’s risk of breast cancer
UCLA Center for Health Policy Research report recommends changes to laws and a more diverse lactation consultant workforce Health + Behavior UCLA Center for Health Policy Research report recommends ch

Economics - Career - 30.01.2024
After a lifetime studying superannuation, here are 5 things I wish I knew earlier
After a lifetime studying superannuation, here are 5 things I wish I knew earlier

Career - 30.01.2024
Experiences of Hong Kongers and Ukrainians under UK govt’s ’safe and legal humanitarian routes’
Report reveals first-hand insights from people coming to UK through Humanitarian Visa scheme A new report released today titled "Humanitarian Visas in a Hostile Environment", offers first-hand insights into the experiences of individuals arriving in the UK through the Hong Kong BN(O) and Ukraine visa schemes and shows that 'significant concerns persist' around the restrictions faced by visa beneficiaries.

Innovation - Career - 30.01.2024
New Robotics Innovation Center Will Anchor Community Outreach Programs in Hazelwood

Career - History / Archeology - 24.01.2024
'Sweet smell of gum': Western prof collecting stories of the iconic O-Pee-Chee Company
’Sweet smell of gum’: Western prof collecting stories of the iconic O-Pee-Chee Company

Career - 23.01.2024
'We seek smart collaboration, challenging each other to improve and move forward'
’We seek smart collaboration, challenging each other to improve and move forward’

Career - 23.01.2024
Film by UCL director examines the lines between life and death, fact and myth
Film by UCL director examines the lines between life and death, fact and myth

Environment - Career - 22.01.2024
U-M ’catalyst grants’ address climate resilience, sustainability

Campus - Career - 22.01.2024
Rubicon grant for Ruben Kolkman

Career - Social Sciences - 18.01.2024
ERC Proof of Concept grants for VU researchers
Nienke van Atteveldt, professor of neuroscience and society at VU Amsterdam, and Tieme Janssen, an associate professor, have received a Proof of Concept (PoC) grant of 150,000 euros from the European Research Council (ERC) for the project Explore Your Brain 2.

Career - Politics - 17.01.2024
How the Postdoc Community is helping our postdocs flourish
How the Postdoc Community is helping our postdocs flourish

Health - Career - 17.01.2024
Same-level workplace falls set to rise amid surge in older female workforce
Same-level falls in the workplace are set to rise amid rapid growth in the numbers of older female employees in the workforce, Monash University-led research has found. Published in Occupational & Environmental Medicine , the study found that although workplace falls, overall, are more common among male employees, particularly falls from height, same-level falls are more common in older women.

Health - Career - 12.01.2024
PatientCompanion is a tech-solution to support nurses

Career - Economics - 12.01.2024
This nonprofit is proving that creating good jobs is good business

Health - Career - 10.01.2024
No laughing matter: leadership critical to help address NHS retention crisis
No laughing matter: leadership critical to help address NHS retention crisis
Doctors turned comedians Adam Kay, Harry Hill and Phil Hammond team up with the University of Bath to highlight issues underscoring NHS retention crisis.

Campus - Career - 08.01.2024
RGHI member Zemzem Shigute Shuka appointed to Board of Trustees KNCV Tuberculosefonds

Career - Innovation - 08.01.2024
New call for prototyping grants open until February 25
New call for prototyping grants open until February 25

Innovation - Career - 08.01.2024
Victims of UK Post Office IT scandal faced four main barriers to speaking out
Victims of UK Post Office IT scandal faced four main barriers to speaking out
Study concludes scandal was management failure and misplaced belief in technology Published on Monday 8 January 2024 Last updated on Tuesday 9 January 2024 The 700-plus sub-postmasters wrongly accuse

Career - Health - 04.01.2024
’Leaveism’ and ’presenteeism’ continue even when employers are more flexible - here’s how to be happier at work
Cary Cooper Ian Hesketh Way back in February 2020, before most of us really knew anything about COVID, we wrote an article for The Conversation about "leaveism" and its impact on flexible working. Barely a month later, the world was bracing for a pandemic that would inadvertently create the largest (forced) working experiment of all time.

Health - Career - 21.12.2023
City awarded £5m research and development grant to tackle health inequalities

Career - 21.12.2023
The power of Bert Meijer - supervisor of more than a hundred PhD's
The power of Bert Meijer - supervisor of more than a hundred PhD’s

Earth Sciences - Career - 20.12.2023
Three new DeepNL UT-projects investigate the dynamics of the deep subsurface

Innovation - Career - 20.12.2023
Pro bono award honours legal support scheme for green tech startups
Pro bono award honours legal support scheme for green tech startups

Health - Career - 19.12.2023
Over a million euros for healthcare system research

Environment - Career - 19.12.2023
VUB professor wants to map impact of climate change throughout human life
VUB climate scientist Wim Thiery is analysing how climate change affects people throughout their lives.

Career - Health - 19.12.2023
Data to the people
Data to the people

Physics - Career - 18.12.2023
Pfleiderer new scientific director of the FRM II

Economics - Career - 18.12.2023
An austere Christmas is on the cards - but don’t say recession
The very concept of a recession has contested definitions - so how do we know if we are in one? Dr Luke Hartigan explains in The Conversation.

Career - 15.12.2023
'Making a real difference to the university together'
’Making a real difference to the university together’
Evaluation of the OpporTUnity program pilot for professional staff will follow in the spring. Some seventy staff from different service units and departments challenged themselves for a year in an intensive pilot program: the OpporTUnity program.

Health - Career - 15.12.2023
Researchers awarded over $48 million in NHMRC Investigator Grants
Researchers awarded over $48 million in NHMRC Investigator Grants

Career - Administration - 14.12.2023
ESA announces two new directors

Health - Career - 14.12.2023
U-M startup blends art, stories to help health care workers find empathy for patients

Innovation - Career - 14.12.2023
LIFT Program helps Cambridge youth become tomorrow’s changemakers
The Lemelson-MIT/MBK Cambridge program equips local residents with entrepreneurship skills to invent mental health solutions.

Career - Psychology - 13.12.2023
Analysis of legal and employment implications of automated emotion recognition systems
Current legal regulations do not offer real protection to employees against companies that use automated emotion recognition systems, which combine biometrics, algorithms and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to deduce or detect moods or intentions.

Career - 13.12.2023
How to get people to speak up in meetings
How to get people to speak up in meetings

Computer Science - Career - 11.12.2023
Daniel Dadush appointed Professor of Geometry of Optimisation
Daniel Dadush appointed Professor of Geometry of Optimisation
Utrecht University welcomes Daniel Dadush as the newly appointed Professor of Geometry of Optimisation.

Career - Campus - 11.12.2023
Skills in Demand visa a 'triple-win' for workers, business and Australia
Skills in Demand visa a ’triple-win’ for workers, business and Australia

Health - Career - 07.12.2023
IHACPA partners with University of Sydney to boost health research and training
IHACPA partners with University of Sydney to boost health research and training

Life Sciences - Career - 05.12.2023
Dr Payam Gammage selected for prestigious EMBO Young Investigator Programme

Innovation - Career - 05.12.2023
Data-startup Konekti helps companies solve their Rubik's Cube
Data-startup Konekti helps companies solve their Rubik’s Cube

Career - Psychology - 05.12.2023
From excitement to disillusionment - new study identifies 4 emotional stages of professional careers
From excitement to disillusionment - new study identifies 4 emotional stages of professional careers
Study of UK lawyers flags need to consider emotions and coping skills in career progression.

Health - Career - 04.12.2023
3 Questions: Laura Beretsky on living and learning with epilepsy
3 Questions: Laura Beretsky on living and learning with epilepsy

Campus - Career - 01.12.2023
Burchard Scholars gather to network, connect, and learn
The Burchard Scholars dinner series helps create conversations between academic disciplines. Theá Burchard Scholars Program ápairs expert faculty with promising MIT sophomores and juniors who have demonstrated excellence ináthe humanities, arts, or social sciences.

Social Sciences - Career - 30.11.2023
Empowering growth for Waterloo staff

Campus - Career - 30.11.2023
Four bachelor programmes celebrate Top-rated status in Keuzegids Universiteiten

Career - Environment - 27.11.2023
Productivity events to ’unlock’ prosperity for Scotland

Health - Career - 27.11.2023
STEM PhDs with disabilities are underpaid, underrepresented
STEM PhDs with disabilities are underpaid, underrepresented
STEM PhDs with disabilities are underpaid and underrepresented in U.S. academia New research from the Disability Health Research Center reveals significant pay disparities among STEM PhD holders across all employment sectors New research from the Johns Hopkins Disability Health Research Center suggests that PhD graduates in science, technology, engineering, and medicine in the U.S. who were born with disabilities or became disabled before age 25 earn $14,360 less per year in academia than those without disabilities.

Career - Research Management - 23.11.2023
ERC Consolidator Grants for Merlijn Hurx and Olivier Namur

Environment - Career - 23.11.2023
UT launches Sustainability Walk