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Event - Career - 16.06.2021
Supporting open and reproducible science
Supporting open and reproducible science
Stanford's Center for Open and Reproducible Science aims to make science - and research in general - more effective and accessible.

Pharmacology - Career - 16.06.2021

Career - 15.06.2021

Social Sciences - Career - 10.06.2021
Brown Institute for Media Innovation announces Magic Grant winners
Stanford graduate students are among recipients of grants aimed at fostering new tools and modes of expression.

Campus - Career - 07.06.2021

Career - Psychology - 03.06.2021
One in twenty workers are in 'useless' jobs - far fewer than previously thought
One in twenty workers are in ’useless’ jobs - far fewer than previously thought
The so-called 'bullshit jobs theory' - which argues that a large and rapidly increasing number of workers are undertaking jobs that they themselves recognise as being useless and of no social value - contains several major flaws, argue researchers from the universities of Cambridge and Birmingham.

Career - Campus - 03.06.2021

Career - 03.06.2021
Joint Promotion of Talent in the Excellence Alliance
Berlin University Alliance starts new funding line for early-career researchers No 101/2021 from Jun 03, 2021 Joint press release from Freie Universität Berlin, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Techni

Career - Campus - 03.06.2021

Career - Chemistry - 01.06.2021
Carol J. Burns Named Deputy Director for Research for Berkeley Lab
Carol J. Burns has been named Deputy Director for Research for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, effective August 1.

Career - 28.05.2021
Record concerns about rising prices
A falloff in consumer confidence in May is due to surging inflation that consumers anticipate will persist in the year ahead, according to the University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers.

Career - Campus - 27.05.2021

Campus - Career - 27.05.2021

Career - 27.05.2021
Key workers pushed out of Sydney and Melbourne by high housing costs
Only two local government areas across greater Sydney and one in Melbourne have a median house price that is affordable to key workers on moderate incomes, according to new research led by Sydney's School of Architecture, Design and Planning.

Economics / Business - Career - 21.05.2021
Progress overcoming pandemic fuels positive growth in US, Michigan, say U-M economists
The U.S. and Michigan economies are showing signs of the recovery experts hoped for as the population emerges from the pandemic, say University of Michigan economists.

Career - 17.05.2021
Paid parental leave progress has plateaued, according to a new paper
A new paper by University of Sydney researchers has warned that failure to improve the ten-year-old paid parental leave scheme has entrenched gender inequality, both at work and at home.

Economics / Business - Career - 12.05.2021
5 things you need to know about the federal budget
From aged care and mental health to childcare and superannuation, experts from the University of Sydney respond to key announcements in the 2021-2022 federal budget.

Career - 11.05.2021
Working from home. What needs to be considered in the home office
Working from home. What needs to be considered in the home office
The TUW Home Office Guideline from October 2020 has been adapted in a few points to the legal regulations that have been in effect since 1 April 2021.

Career - 06.05.2021

Social Sciences - Career - 06.05.2021