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Economics / Business - Computer Science - 11.03.2011
UN report launched
UN report launched
The second Creative Economy report of the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) is officially launched today (11 March) at King's College London by Edna Dos Santos-Duisenberg, Chief of the Creative Economy and Industries Programme at UNCTAD.

Economics / Business - 11.03.2011

Health - Economics / Business - 11.03.2011
’Health Bus’ begins first clinical research studies
The first clinical studies to take place on a pioneering mobile medical research facility developed by the University of Birmingham were beginning today (Thursday March 10).

Civil Engineering - Economics / Business - 11.03.2011
Free University of Sydney talk on grapevine yellows
Free University of Sydney talk on grapevine yellows
A University of Sydney engineer will next week outline his efforts to help curtail the proliferation of a notorious "grapevine yellow" in his European homeland, one of Italy's great grape growing regions.

Economics / Business - 10.03.2011
Rural accountants still number one with local businesses
Local accountants are bucking the trend for online services with rural and regional businesses preferring local service when it comes to accountancy firms, a University of Melbourne study has found.

Economics / Business - 09.03.2011

Health - Economics / Business - 09.03.2011

Economics / Business - 09.03.2011

Administration - Economics / Business - 08.03.2011

Physics - Economics / Business - 08.03.2011
Voyager Seeks the Answer Blowin' in the Wind
Voyager Seeks the Answer Blowin’ in the Wind
PASADENA, Calif. In which direction is the sun's stream of charged particles banking when it nears the edge of the solar system? The answer, scientists know, is blowing in the wind.

Economics / Business - Life Sciences - 08.03.2011
Applying Ecology to Economics
Applying Ecology to Economics
— Coral Gables — Experts are using knowledge gathered in fields as diverse as ecology and epidemiology to help understand the increasingly complex networks of the financial systems of the world.

Economics / Business - Health - 08.03.2011
A new director of the Innovation Office
Bo-Ragnar Tolf has been appointed as director of the Innovation Office at the Swedish medical university, Karolinska Institutet.

History / Archeology - Economics / Business - 07.03.2011
The Arts and Humanities: Endangered Species?
The Arts and Humanities: Endangered Species?
A collection of seven-minute talks, in which eminent researchers from the arts and humanities explain both why their subjects matter, and how their future is threatened by current higher education reforms, is being released online.

Economics / Business - Mathematics - 04.03.2011
Encryption leads Stanford's Martin Hellman into National Inventors Hall of Fame
Encryption leads Stanford’s Martin Hellman into National Inventors Hall of Fame
In the 1970s, Stanford engineering Professor Martin Hellman followed his muse and it led him and two Stanford colleagues to invent modern data encryption.

Economics / Business - Health - 04.03.2011
New U of M Regents sworn in at board meetings next week; Board to also hear economic impact study
The four newly elected members of the University of Minnesota Board of Regents will be sworn in by the Chief Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court and U of M Morris alumnus, Lorie Skjerven Gildea, on Thursday, March 10, at the McNamara Alumni Center in Minneapolis.

Health - Economics / Business - 04.03.2011
Researchers call for better spending of health and care resources in challenging financial times
Experts from the University of Birmingham are calling for a fundamental change to health and social care to ensure its survival in the current economic context.

Economics / Business - 04.03.2011

Economics / Business - 04.03.2011

Economics / Business - 03.03.2011
Unique showcase set to challenge society's views of older women
Unique showcase set to challenge society's views of older women
Unique showcase set to challenge society's views of older women A unique series of exhibitions, which form part of a project aiming to challenge the stereotypes surrounding ageing women, are set

Physics - Economics / Business - 03.03.2011
Keeping soft fruit ’fur-free’ for longer
PA 71/11 A new way of improving the shelf life of soft fruit like strawberries and raspberries is being pioneered by researchers at The University of Nottingham. Millions of tons of soft fruit go to waste each year through mould developing on the fragile produce which deteriorates rapidly after picking.

Environment - Economics / Business - 02.03.2011

Health - Economics / Business - 02.03.2011
Joint leadership: the key to successful hospital mergers
The merger of Karolinska Hospital in Solna with Huddinge University Hospital is examined in detail in a doctoral thesis that has recently been presented at Karolinska Institutet´s Medical Management Centre.

Economics / Business - 01.03.2011
Population growth a threat to living standards in Africa, says University of Sussex study
Population growth a threat to living standards in Africa, says University of Sussex study Rapid population growth in sub-Saharan Africa could overwhelm attempts to improve the low living standards of its people, according to a new report from University of Sussex economists.

Economics / Business - Civil Engineering - 01.03.2011
The origin of productivity remains in the City
The trend towards urbanization continues - and it has positive effects on our economy, Prof. Edwin Deutsch from the Vienna University of Technology (TU Vienna) claims.

Economics / Business - 01.03.2011
GDP growth on the rise, as are inflationary pressures
> Fingerprinting of the fine detail in plant composition indicates trangenisis has less impact on crop composition than has conventional breeding and environmental influences 1 Mar 2011 Australia's

Economics / Business - 01.03.2011
Privatising science: should Universities patent research results
> Fingerprinting of the fine detail in plant composition indicates trangenisis has less impact on crop composition than has conventional breeding and environmental influences 1 Mar 2011 Can the commercialisation of research help or hinder future research activity?

Health - Economics / Business - 27.02.2011
Certain parts of the brain activated in people who heard tailored health messages and quit smoking
Related release ANN ARBOR, Mich.—People who demonstrated a stronger brain response to certain brain regions when receiving individually tailored smoking cessation messages were more likely to quit smoking four months after, a new study found. The new University of Michigan study underscores the importance of delivering individually tailored public health messages to curb unhealthy behaviors, said principal investigator Hannah Faye Chua, who led the study as a research assistant professor at the U-M School of Public Health.

Economics / Business - 25.02.2011
Insect hearing inspires new approach to small antennas
Ormia ochracea is a small parasitic fly best known for its strong sense of directional hearing. A female fly tracks a male cricket by its chirps and then deposits her eggs on the unfortunate host.

Economics / Business - 25.02.2011

Economics / Business - 24.02.2011

Economics / Business - Environment - 24.02.2011

Environment - Economics / Business - 23.02.2011
Technological and economic factors may counter climate change when it comes to future corn yields
Technological and economic factors may counter climate change when it comes to future corn yields
The impacts of climate change on corn yields in the United States and China in coming decades may not be all bad, according to a new Cornell and University of Tokyo study published in a recent issue of the journal Agricultural Systems.

Economics / Business - History / Archeology - 23.02.2011
New historical perspective on Irish economy
New historical perspective on Irish economy
Growth in the import of luxury goods and increasingly close ties with European markets were features of the Irish economy five hundred years ago, according to new evidence unearthed by a historian at the University of Bristol. Susan Flavin , a PhD student in the Department of Historical Studies , studied Bristol customs accounts and port books to investigate the range of commodities that were imported into Ireland from Bristol towards the end of the sixteenth century.

Economics / Business - 23.02.2011

Economics / Business - 23.02.2011

Economics / Business - Linguistics / Literature - 22.02.2011

Health - Economics / Business - 22.02.2011
Brain imaging technique: New hope for understanding Parkinson’s disease
ANN ARBOR, Mich.—A non-invasive brain imaging technique gives new hope to patients with Parkinson's disease in finding new and better treatment plans and tracking the disease progression, a new University of Michigan study shows.

Economics / Business - History / Archeology - 22.02.2011

Economics / Business - 22.02.2011

Economics / Business - Pedagogy - 22.02.2011

Economics / Business - 22.02.2011

Computer Science - Economics / Business - 21.02.2011
Work with Google to boost social network productivity
Cornell researchers will collaborate with Google experts to improve group interaction in online social networks.

Health - Economics / Business - 21.02.2011
Cornell releases two new potato varieties, ideal for chip
Cornell releases two new potato varieties, ideal for chip
Kettle-cooked or ridged, salted or flavored, Americans love potato chips, consuming an average six pounds per person per year.

Economics / Business - Environment - 21.02.2011

Economics / Business - 21.02.2011