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Health - Career - 17.09.2021

Career - Economics / Business - 17.09.2021

Campus - Career - 17.09.2021

Career - Campus - 15.09.2021
SUPSI and FHNW strengthen their collaboration for mobility programmes
Academic staff mobility is an important aspect that contributes to the quality of the academic system.

Pedagogy - Career - 14.09.2021
Current exam system in England ’not fit for the future’, says expert report
The Independent Assessment Commission (IAC) has today (14th September) published its Interim Report considering the future of exams in England.

Health - Career - 13.09.2021
COVID-19 disproportionately impacted Michigan health care, service workers early in pandemic
A large percentage of Michigan workers continued to report to work despite the state's stay-home order and a disproportionate share of COVID-19 cases among working adults in Michigan were in the health care and social assistance industries, according to a new University of Michigan survey.

Career - Innovation - 10.09.2021

Health - Career - 08.09.2021
North inequalities cost UK economy £7.3bn over first year of the pandemic
A REPORT released today shows northerners were more likely to die from COVID-19, spent nearly a month and-a-half more in lockdowns, suffered worse mental health and were made poorer than the rest of England during the first year of the pandemic.

Career - Physics - 07.09.2021

Career - Campus - 02.09.2021
Ronald Ehrenberg wins career award
The Association for the Study of Higher Education gave ILR School Professor Ronald Ehrenberg its 2013 Howard Bowen Distinguished Career Award in St. Louis, Mo.

Career - Health - 01.09.2021
Pandemic sees refugees and people seeking asylum disproportionately affected in job market
The COVID-19 pandemic has contributed to refugees and people seeking asylum in Australia suffering disproportionately and being shut out of and marginalised in the labour market.

Career - Innovation - 26.08.2021
ABPDU Celebrates a Decade of Bio-Innovation
ABPDU Celebrates a Decade of Bio-Innovation
The scale-up facility takes a look back at its success enabling the bioeconomy -By Emily Scott T en years ago, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory announced the opening of a brand new, 15,000-squar

Economics / Business - Career - 23.08.2021
Detroit’s jobless rate drops faster than expected, some sectors show strong growth, U-M forecast finds
Detroit is showing strong signs of economic recovery from the pandemic, with an impressive drop in the jobless rate and job growth in certain sectors.

Career - Pharmacology - 20.08.2021

Environment - Career - 19.08.2021

Health - Career - 18.08.2021
Worsening GP shortages in disadvantaged areas likely to widen health inequalities
Worsening GP shortages in disadvantaged areas likely to widen health inequalities
Areas of high socioeconomic disadvantaged are being worst hit by shortages of GPs, a trend that is only worsening with time and is likely to widen pre-existing health inequalities, say researchers at the University of Cambridge.

Environment - Career - 18.08.2021
Monash early career researchers recognised with over $6 million in federal grants
Fifteen Monash researchers working on a diverse range of studies across the University have been recognised with Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards (DECRA) from the Australian Research Council (ARC). Research into how sleep impacts decision-making in emergency shift workers, the intellectual legacy of Sufism on Islamic thought since the 13th Century, and the evolutionary patterns of whales, penguins and plesiosaurs are among those to receive funding.

Economics / Business - Career - 17.08.2021
From self-interest to the social enterprise
From self-interest to the social enterprise
Study reveals motives driving entrepreneurs Not all entrepreneurs who found social enterprises are driven by idealism.

Innovation - Career - 11.08.2021
Who owns the discoveries and inventions made by scientists?
Who owns the discoveries and inventions made by scientists?
SUMMER SERIES: HOW SCIENCE WORKS Every year, scientists churn out over 4,000 journal articles on new discoveries and nearly 140 inventions. Even though discoveries and inventions are closely related, it would be a mistake to put them in the same basket: the intellectual property is handled in two very different ways.

Career - Campus - 11.08.2021
Five Monash researchers share $4.6m in Future Fellowship funding
Five Monash research programs awarded $4.6 million for Future Fellowships from the Australian Research Council.

Health - Career - 06.08.2021
Most Americans trust both nurses and doctors-but opinions on salaries differ
Harris/AP-NORC poll finds bipartisan consensus nurses are underpaid; 36% think doctors are overpaid Large majorities of both Democrats and Republicans believe nurses and health care aides are underpa

Health - Career - 03.08.2021

Health - Career - 29.07.2021
Scientists awarded £230k to help unlock immunotherapy for men with prostate cancer
Researchers from Cardiff University will investigate how prostate cancer affects the immune system, thanks to funding from Prostate Cancer UK.

Economics / Business - Career - 29.07.2021

Career - 27.07.2021
Newsom holds only slim margin in recall vote, Berkeley IGS Poll finds
California Gov. Gavin Newsom holds only a narrow lead among likely voters in defending against a Sept.