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Business/Economics - Life Sciences
22.08.2016
Fuel-cell technology companies win small-business aid
Pajarito Powder, LLC, (Albuquerque), NanoSonic (Pembroke, Va.) and Ion Power (New Castle, Del.), are the recipients that will partner with Los Alamos.
Careers/Employment - Business/Economics
22.08.2016
Driverless vehicle startups move into U-M incubator
ANN ARBOR'Three high-potential companies from the West Coast?Zendrive, PolySync and Civil Maps'will join TechLab at Mcity this fall, moving resources to develop their driverless vehicle technologies in Ann Arbor.
Business/Economics
18.08.2016
Blavatnik Family Foundation provides $10 million for innovation in the life sciences at Yale University
Yale University has received a $10 million grant from the Blavatnik Family Foundation, headed by American industrialist and philanthropist Len Blavatnik, to advance entrepreneurship in the life sciences at Yale and to expedite the development, application, and commercialization of breakthrough research.
Psychology - Business/Economics
17.08.2016
Study discerns elements of successful diversity training
New research from Cornell's School of Hotel Administration (SHA), which evaluated a variety of diversity training programs offered by business organizations and institutions, sheds some light on developing training that has a significant impact in addressing stereotyping and other biases in work environments.
Business/Economics
17.08.2016
Penn State research has helped shape apple industry
The University's College of Agricultural Sciences has been conducting research on apple tree rootstock at the Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center at Rock Springs since the early 1970s.
Business/Economics
17.08.2016
Stanford expert suggests growth reforms for U.S. economy
Professor John B. Taylor says that lower tax rates on people and businesses, regulatory reforms, free trade agreements that open markets, and entitlement and monetary reforms could give a much-needed boost to the U.S. economy.
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
16.08.2016
Demo Day emphasizes intersection of education and entrepreneurship
Demo Day emphasizes intersection of education and entrepreneurship Posted August 16, 2016; 03:30 p.m. by John Sullivan, Office of Engineering Pitches for new ventures often build o
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
16.08.2016
Rev Demo Day offers showcase for budding entrepreneurs
Eric Berg '19, a member of Team X-Board, talks to an attendee about his team's idea for a powered skateboard on which the skater can perform tricks during the second annual Rev Hardware Accelerator Demo Day, Aug.
Business/Economics - Chemistry
16.08.2016
Doubling battery power of consumer electronics
An MIT spinout is preparing to commercialize a novel rechargable lithium metal battery that offers double the energy capacity of the lithium ion batteries that power many of today's consumer electronics.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Business/Economics
15.08.2016
University to showcase cutting-edge support for the food industry at Food Matters Live
The University of Nottingham will be showcasing some of its world-leading food and drink research this autumn at the annual Food Matters Live exhibition which is taking place between 22 – 24 November at ExCel in London.
Careers/Employment - Business/Economics
15.08.2016
Business/Economics
15.08.2016
College of Business dean ranks most innovative nations
China joined the ranks of the world's 25 most-innovative economies, while Switzerland, Sweden, the United Kingdom, the United States, Finland and Singapore lead the 2016 rankings in the Global Innovation Index, released Aug.
Administration/Government - Business/Economics
15.08.2016
UQ leaps up list of world's best universities
UQ leaps up list of world’s best universities
The University of Queensland has rocketed up the prestigious Academic Ranking of World Universities , to rank 55 th globally and second in Australia.
Business/Economics - Administration/Government
12.08.2016
Physics/Materials Science - Business/Economics
11.08.2016
Tiny logo celebrates big ambition
It might be invisible to the naked eye but a minuscule logo has been created to celebrate the great and the good of Nottingham.
Careers/Employment - Business/Economics
10.08.2016
Closing the gender and diversity gap in the tech sector
UCLA Engineering Dean Jayathi Murthy will speak at the Advancing Women in Tech Conference at UCLA, along with senior executives from BuzzFeed, Uber Labs, Google, Sony, Cisco, NBC Entertainment and officials from the City of Los Angeles and U.S. Economic Development Agency.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Business/Economics
08.08.2016
Latin American, Caribbean health systems need more investment as populations age
Study involving UCLA researchers finds progress toward universal health coverage, but gaps in how citizens assess primary care Enrique Rivero Wikimedia Commons Though the health systems in Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, Jamaica, Mexico and Panama have strengths, citizens still reported gaps in primary care.
Environment/Sustainable Development - Business/Economics
08.08.2016
New Chair in Resilient Cities for the world’s most liveable city
The University of Melbourne and City of Melbourne today announced internationally recognised scholar, Professor Lars Coenen, as the inaugural Chair in Resilient Cities.
Business/Economics - Medicine/Pharmacology
05.08.2016
Two specialty crop projects receive over $6M in USDA grants
Cornell University researchers are working on speeding up development, evaluation and adoption of new apple rootstocks and building a $100 million East Coast broccoli industry through new cultivars.
Business/Economics
05.08.2016
The safety trap
Unless you've been following the subject closely, you may not have heard of one of the biggest barriers slowing the revival of global economic growth over the last decade.
Pedagogy/Education Science - Business/Economics
05.08.2016
Business/Economics
04.08.2016
South Side leaders welcome Obama Presidential Center site selection
Obama Foundation and local officials join community leaders at an Aug. 3 news conference outside the Museum of Science and Industry to discuss the Obama Presidential Center's site.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Business/Economics
04.08.2016
Healthcare costs for blood cancers are double average cancer costs
Blood disorders cost the European economy a total of '23 billion in 2012, while healthcare costs per patient with blood cancers are two times higher than average cancer costs, due to long hospital stays and complex treatment and diagnosis.
Business/Economics
03.08.2016
The nuances of ’buy the rumor, sell the news’
Traders are often urged to ‘buy the rumor, sell the news': Before a big announcement on a stock, trade based on the likely news.
Business/Economics - Administration/Government
03.08.2016
Opinion: Forget Super Thursday, the Bank of England can only offer Mildly Useful Thursday
Michael Kitson (Cambridge Judge Business School) discusses how the Bank of England may try to give the economy a boost.
Business/Economics
03.08.2016
Bank of England's stress tests have 'fatal flaws'
Bank of England’s stress tests have ’fatal flaws’
The Bank of England's stress tests, which assess the financial resilience of UK banks, are described as ‘worse than useless' in a new report by a Durham University academic. The report suggests that the UK banking system is still in poor financial shape and that the Bank of England's stress tests merely disguise that reality.
Astronomy - Business/Economics
01.08.2016
Uncovering what lies beneath
Uncovering what lies beneath
A key feature of the James Webb Space Telescope is helping to shed light on what goes on underneath boats in stormy weather and around the structures of offshore oilrigs.
Business/Economics - Administration/Government
01.08.2016
Mathematics - Business/Economics
31.07.2016
Rates on hold in August despite low inflation: Shadow RBA<»
Australia's official interest rates should remain on hold in August as the lowest inflation rate for 17 years continues to make it unlikely that rates will need to rise, The Australian National University (ANU) RBA Shadow Board has found.
Business/Economics
29.07.2016
Brazilian studies gets broad attention at Illinois
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Think Brazil and you might think beaches, rain forest, the 2016 Olympics – all far removed from central Illinois.
Business/Economics
29.07.2016
July consumer confidence: Improved finances, low interest rates support spending
ANN ARBOR?Consumers were a bit less optimistic in July than one month or one year ago, although consumer confidence remains at a reasonably high level, according to the University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers.
Business/Economics - Law/Forensics
28.07.2016
Runstad Center report: Addressing condo construction defect liability may help promote affordable housing in Seattle
A new study from the University of Washington's Runstad Center for Real Estate Studies suggests that Seattle and Washington state could invite development of more affordable housing by easing the leg
Administration/Government - Business/Economics
28.07.2016
More than two million dollars to rethink cybersecurity
!- 28.07.16 - Cyberhaven is developing a new concept for information security. The EPFL spin-off is opening its second office in Boston and has raised more than 2 million dollars in venture capital.
Business/Economics - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
28.07.2016
Consortium Aims To Unlock 3-D Printing Potential
General Electric Among Key Players in Center's Research, Training By Hannah Diorio-Toth From airplane parts to custom hip replacements, 3-D printing - also known as additive manufacturing - is changing how everything can be constructed.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Business/Economics
28.07.2016
Financial cycles of acquisitions and buybacks? threaten public access to breakthrough drugs
An analysis of a new drug's journey to market, published today in the BMJ, shines a light on financial practices that see some major pharmaceutical companies relying on a cycle of acquisitions, profits from high prices, and shareholder-driven manoeuvres that threatens access to medicines for current and future patients.
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
28.07.2016
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
28.07.2016
NAB and University of Melbourne join forces to analyse innovation
Australian businesses innovate more than they realise, and most are driven by a desire to better serve customers, new research by National Australia Bank (NAB) and University of Melbourne has found. NAB Group Economics and innovation department NAB Labs, along with The Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, have combined to better understand what drives innovation across all sizes and types of businesses in Australia.
Business/Economics
26.07.2016
Countries with the world’s richest one per cent
A new study has examined the varying fortunes of the world's richest people between 1988 and 2012 to identify which parts of the world the top 1% come from.  It finds that compared with previous decades, many more of the global super-rich are from emerging countries, with a corresponding decline in the share of those from advanced economies.
Environment/Sustainable Development - Business/Economics
26.07.2016
Market makers
Climate change is a global problem - but its solution relies on national, regional, and local policy actions.
Careers/Employment - Business/Economics
25.07.2016
Minimum Wage Study: Effects of Seattle wage hike modest, may be overshadowed by strong economy
The lot of Seattle's lowest-paid workers improved following the city's minimum wage increase to $11 in 2015, but that was more due to the robust regional economy than the wage hike itself, according to a research team at the University of Washington's Evans School of Public Policy & Governance. Although the ordinance appears to have boosted wages for the city's lowest-paid workers, the benefits of the increase may have been partly offset by fewer hours worked per person and slightly less overall employment, the Seattle Minimum Wage Study research team found.
Business/Economics
25.07.2016
Companies flee audit firms who lose big clients, flock to those who win them
ANN ARBOR'Big accounting firms rely on big-name clients to make a profit and build credibility. So how bad is it when a firm loses an industry leader client in its audit business due to performance?
Business/Economics - Earth Sciences
22.07.2016
UW-Madison spinoff keeps an eye on weather as it returns to Madison
Alex Kubicek, CEO of Understory, holds one of the company's compact weather stations before it is mounted on the roof of the company's West Washington Avenue headquarters in Madison.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Business/Economics
22.07.2016
Blood disorders cost ?23 billion to European economy
Healthcare costs per patient with blood cancers are two times higher than average cancer costs, due to long hospital stays and complex treatment and diagnosis.
Literature/Linguistics - Business/Economics
21.07.2016
New Fellow will help champion AHRC priority area
A Lancaster University academic is set to take a pivotal role in shaping the research landscape in design. Paul Rodgers, Professor of Design at the University's ImaginationLancaster, is one of only three new leadership Fellows, focusing on design, heritage and modern languages, who have been appointed by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
Medicine/Pharmacology - Business/Economics
21.07.2016
Reducing wait times at the doctor’s office
Ever waited entirely too long at your doctor's office for an appointment to start? The long wait may soon be over: An MIT spinout's schedule-optimizing software that gets more patients seen more quickly could soon be used by tens of thousands of health care providers across the country, after a recent acquisition by a major health care services company.
Social Sciences - Business/Economics
21.07.2016
Uni start-up creating change for Indigenous tourism
Uni start-up creating change for Indigenous tourism
Tourists are coming face-to-face with Queensland's Indigenous communities through a social enterprise started by two University of Queensland students.
Business/Economics
20.07.2016
Q&A on the Olympics: Will Rio be ready?
ANN ARBOR'The 2016 Summer Olympics Games in Rio de Janeiro begin in August. But the games have been plagued by a host of unexpected problems including: A catastrophic economic crisis; political upheaval after Brazil President Dilma Rousseff was impeached; and the emergence of the Zika virus.
Pedagogy/Education Science - Business/Economics
19.07.2016
Elderly couples are the wealthiest households in Australia: new report
The wealthiest households in Australia are couples over 65, who have experienced a real increase in median net wealth of almost 70% since 2002, according to Australia's largest and most comprehensive household survey.
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