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Media - Law - 28.09.2017
Not Convicted, but Presumed Guilty
Not Convicted, but Presumed Guilty
How deeply anchored is the presumption of innocence in Europe? How are people accused of a crime portrayed in public, in the courtroom, and in the media? These are all questions at the heart of a new

Social Sciences - Media - 27.09.2017
Study challenges ’slacktivism’ among young adults
ANN ARBOR-Young people who share social cause videos may actually be motivated to volunteer in the future, contrary to the popular image of them as "slacktivists.

Life Sciences - Media - 25.09.2017
Scientists decode the genome of Fall Armyworm: a moth pest that is invading Africa
Scientists decode the genome of Fall Armyworm: a moth pest that is invading Africa
As part of an international consortium, INRA researchers, in partnership with the CEA and INRIA 1 , have sequenced one of the first genomes of a moth from the superfamily Noctuoidea: Spodoptera frugiperda , or armyworm.

Media - Computer Science - 25.09.2017
Spinout offers stock traders the chance to Scoop the competition
A University of Glasgow spinout company is harnessing the fast-moving world of social media to help traders make faster, smarter decisions about the stock market.

Media - Computer Science - 25.09.2017
Spinout offers stock traders the chance to Scoop the competition
A University of Glasgow spinout company is harnessing the fast-moving world of social media to help traders make faster, smarter decisions about the stock market.

Media - 20.09.2017
The Mü 31 is off the ground
The Mü 31 is off the ground
Campus news After nine years under construction the new prototype from the academic fliers' club Akaflieg Munich ("Akademischen Fliegergruppe München") took to the air for the first time at the Königsdorf airfield.

Life Sciences - Media - 18.09.2017
Cattle are the next top (animal) model
Cattle are the next top (animal) model
The study of mutations underlying sporadic syndromes in cattle, which also occur in humans, offers an interesting alternative to laboratory animals for confirming the genetic aetiology of isolated clinical case reports and gaining insight into the molecular mechanisms involved.

Media - Social Sciences - 18.09.2017
NSF Grant to Examine Social Media Help Calls During Harvey
A Texas National Guardsman carries a resident from her flooded home following Hurricane Harvey in Houston, Aug.

Media - Social Sciences - 18.09.2017
NSF Backs Research on Harvey Social Media Help Calls
Project will identify common themes, content types and language that disaster victims use in their calls for help A Texas National Guardsman carries a resident from her flooded home following Hurricane Harvey in Houston, Aug. 27, 2017. Photo by Lt. Zachary West/Army National Guard. AUSTIN, Texas - As Hurricane Harvey struck the Texas coast and inundated the Houston area with rain, residents of the assisted living facility La Vita Bella in Dickinson, Texas, had nowhere to turn as floodwaters began seeping into their facility.

Media - Administration - 14.09.2017
Media reform will reduce diversity and is just window dressing
The new media reform laws do nothing to address the underlying problem of an increasingly concentrated media landscape, argues Associate Professor Tim Dwyer from the Department of Media and Communications.

Media - 11.09.2017
New report highlights need to improve data on dead and missing migrants to better inform policy and public awareness
New report highlights need to improve data on dead and missing migrants to better inform policy and public awareness
A new report released today (Monday, 11 September) and co-edited by Bristol academic Ann Singleton has highlighted the global scale of deaths and disappearances of people lost during migration.

Politics - Media - 05.09.2017
How Will the Germans Vote on September 24?
Expert Forum on September 14, 2017, 12 noon: Experts at Freie Universität to Address the Media No 233/2017 from Sep 05, 2017 According to surveys, about 40 percent of the voters have not yet decided how they will vote in the German federal elections on September 24.

Media - 28.08.2017
Home prices up, supply down in second quarter of 2017
Home prices up, supply down in second quarter of 2017
Washington state's housing market showed the continuing effects of high demand in the second quarter of 2017, according to the Washington Center for Real Estate Research at the University of Washingt

Media - Electroengineering - 25.08.2017
Drones relay RFID signals for inventory control
Drones relay RFID signals for inventory control
Radio frequency ID tags were supposed to revolutionize supply chain management.

Politics - Media - 17.08.2017

Media - 12.08.2017
King's statement on 'unconditional' offers reports
King's College London statement regarding media reports on 'unconditional' offers.

Media - 11.08.2017
Reading Welsh ’associated with school’
The challenges of engaging young readers in Welsh will be highlighted in new Cardiff University research, commissioned by the Welsh Books Council, at the National Eisteddfod.

Media - Psychology - 10.08.2017
Taboo words' impact mediated by context, listeners' likelihood of being offended
Taboo words’ impact mediated by context, listeners’ likelihood of being offended
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Taboo words provoke certain responses in readers' heart rates and brains, diminishing their attention and memory, research has shown. A new paper by scholars at the University of Illinois suggests that the physiological and psychological effects of profanity and other taboo words on people who read or hear them may be due largely - but not entirely - to the context and individual audience members' likelihood of being offended.

Media - Health - 07.08.2017
Media portrayals of pregnant women, new moms unrealistic, study says
Media portrayals of pregnant women, new moms unrealistic, study says
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Whether it's a pregnant character on a TV show or a photo spread heralding a celebrity's rapid recovery of her pre-pregnancy physique, media portrayals of pregnant and postpartum women tend to be unrealistic, women said in a new study.

Media - Event - 06.08.2017
Honorary doctorates celebrate journalism
To celebrate excellence in Australian journalism, six leading journalists have been awarded Doctor of Letters (honoris causa) degrees by the University of Sydney.

Media - Career - 04.08.2017
Anglesey and the Assembly
Welsh Assembly Member and former broadcaster Rhun ap Iorwerth will be talking about Brexit, Anglesey and the future direction of Welsh politics in a joint ITV Cymru Wales-Cardiff University session at the National Eisteddfod next week.

Media - 03.08.2017
Is Wales portrayed fairly on TV?
Three of Welsh television's most influential decision makers will examine whether Wales is portrayed fairly on TV, at a Cardiff University debate at the National Eisteddfod.

Computer Science - Media - 01.08.2017
Stanford scholar analyzes responses to algorithms in journalism, criminal justice
In a recent study, Assistant Professor of communication Angèle Christin finds a gap between intended and actual uses of algorithmic tools in journalism and criminal justice fields. Advanced algorithms shape and guide our every step in the online world. They are also increasingly penetrating everyday life as more sectors of society, from finance and health care to human resources and criminal justice, incorporate them into daily decision-making.

Event - Media - 27.07.2017
Walkley win for UQ graduate
Walkley win for UQ graduate
University of Queensland graduate Carl Smith has been recognised at the 2017 Walkley Awards in the category of Young Journalist of the Year (longform), for his radio series Bionic Bodies .

Media - 26.07.2017
What can fans of 'Doctor Who' expect with a woman in the lead role?
What can fans of ’Doctor Who’ expect with a woman in the lead role?
The long-running British science fiction show "Doctor Who" - about a time-traveling alien who explores the universe - recently announced that a woman will play the Doctor for the first time.

Sport - Media - 14.07.2017
Women have to 'prove they are sports fans'
Women have to ’prove they are sports fans’
Female sports fans struggle to be taken seriously and feel they are regarded as being less committed than male fans, according to research by Dr Stacey Pope , who answers some questions about her findings below.

History / Archeology - Media - 05.07.2017
Researchers use Kinect to scan T. rex skull
Researchers use Kinect to scan T. rex skull
Last year, a team of forensic dentists got authorization to perform a 3-D scan of the prized Tyrannosaurus rex skull at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, in an effort to try to explain some strange holes in the jawbone.

Media - Social Sciences - 04.07.2017

Life Sciences - Media - 23.06.2017
Omega-3 essential for the brain from adolescence into adulthood
Omega-3 essential for the brain from adolescence into adulthood
Omega-3 fatty acids are crucial for the brain. Deficiency in these acids can lead to depressive mood.

Media - 22.06.2017
Supporting young journalists
The Sue Lloyd Roberts Scholarship - designed to support the training of young journalists at Cardiff University's School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies - has received a £50,000 donation from the BBC.

Media - Social Sciences - 20.06.2017
The social media economy benefits few, new book suggests
Fashion bloggers and Instagrammers seem to enjoy a coveted lifestyle, with jet-setting to exotic locales, couture clothing furnished by designers and countless other caption-worthy experiences.

Media - Career - 20.06.2017

Media - 16.06.2017
Addition of new maths app equals better learning for children
A nationwide research project has been awarded to the University of Nottingham to find out if a specially designed maths app can improve learning and potentially transform the way maths is taught to 4-6 year olds.

Media - 16.06.2017
The science behind the appeal of controversial art
The science behind the appeal of controversial art
Would you attend a sacrificial ritual art performance involving 500 litres of blood and an animal carcass' Or go for a group nude swim on a cold winter morning?

Media - 12.06.2017
ESA at Le Bourget
Join us social media followers, we are giving away a limited amount of free tickets to our event on 23-24 June at Le Bourget 2017.

Social Sciences - Media - 11.06.2017
Modelling social interactions to improve collective decision-making
Modelling social interactions to improve collective decision-making
How are we affected by other peoples' opinions' To answer this question, scientists 1 at CNRS, INRA and Université Toulouse 1 Capitole conducted a study in France and Japan, quantifying this impact on our decisions.

Media - Politics - 09.06.2017

Administration - Media - 08.06.2017
QS World University Rankings 2018
Cardiff University has climbed three places in a prestigious ranking of the world's leading universities.

Health - Media - 07.06.2017
Change in USA food policies could prevent 230,000 heart disease deaths by 2030
Change in USA food policies could prevent 230,000 heart disease deaths by 2030
Increased discounts on fruit and vegetables, and higher taxes on sugary drinks, could prevent heart disease deaths, says a new study.

Media - 07.06.2017
Newspapers’ Limited Antitrust Exemption is a Good Thing
During the past 20 years, many U.S. newspapers have experimented with online news delivery, but they've had just limited success.

Social Sciences - Media - 05.06.2017
Forum focuses on youth development strategies
In stark contrast to adolescent daily life prior to the digital age, social media allows todayâ??s youth to see and interact with myriad individuals, images and information at any time, from any place.

Media - Economics / Business - 31.05.2017
Journalism’s response to Trump: ’The facts are our only proper weapon’
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Media - 28.05.2017
VP Malina affirms commitment to fairness, due process
Vice President for University Relations Joel Malina issued the following statement May 28: Recent media coverage of a Cornell tenure case in the College of Arts and Sciences has generated concerns about Cornell's commitment to fairness. The leadership of the College of Arts and Sciences and the University Administration thoroughly disagree with the narrative and many of the details of this situation as they have been reported in the media and with the overt and, we believe, unfair attacks that have been made against the dean of that college.

Computer Science - Media - 24.05.2017
Researchers engineer shape-shifting noodles
Researchers engineer shape-shifting noodles
'Don't play with your food' is a saying that MIT researchers are taking with a grain or two of salt.

Media - 23.05.2017
Seniors to dish out ’Big Red, White & Biden’ at Convocation
To honor former Vice President Joe Biden when he gives the Convocation address May 27, the Cornell senior class will offer him ice cream and a spoon.

Social Sciences - Media - 19.05.2017
We All Need to be Aware of the Dark Side of Social Media
We are just coming to realize the role social media plays in life and in business. The bright side of social media is widely noted.

Computer Science - Media - 18.05.2017
Family TV viewing and SMS texting could help cut internet energy use
Family TV viewing and SMS texting could help cut internet energy use
Scrapping automatically-playing videos in apps and reversing trends of instant messaging and on-demand services could be key to cutting the growing energy demand of the Internet. Researchers looking more closely than ever before into everyday mobile device habits - and in particular the impact smartphone and tablet apps have on data demand - are suggesting ways that society can cut back on its digital energy consumption.

Media - Psychology - 11.05.2017
TV accentuates traditional women’s roles at expense of their needs
ANN ARBOR?College women who frequently watch television or who believe that the content is real, tend to endorse the gender roles that are portrayed often on TV, says a University of Michigan researcher. Media portrayals teach women to be passive participants in their relationships and prioritize the desires of others-particularly men?instead of prioritizing their own desires, says Rita Seabrook, a U-M doctoral student in psychology and women's studies.

Media - Administration - 10.05.2017
For Levi Bridges, life on a farm led to Russia, Mexico - and journalism
For Levi Bridges, life on a farm led to Russia, Mexico - and journalism
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