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Innovation/Technology - Careers/Employment
19.04.2018
Ram’s Head presents Chicago
Billy Flynn (Sam Roach) gives 'em the old "Razzle Dazzle" in the Ram's Head production of Chicago .
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
12.04.2018
The case for decriminalising drug use
Can drugs be used responsibly? Will Tregoning says yes, and that many people do just that. Advocating to end discrimination around drug use, Tregoning says in this opinion piece that people often hear prejudice rather than facts.
Event - Careers/Employment
06.04.2018
Careers/Employment - Civil Engineering
02.04.2018
Podcast: Science combines with data to reveal complexity of cities
Luis Bettencourt, Pritzker Director of the Mansueto Institute for Urban Innovation, uses big data to understand how to approach urban problems and how to increase human connection through means like increased transportation. Editor's note: Knowledge Applied is a podcast from the University of Chicago.
Innovation/Technology - Careers/Employment
29.03.2018
Art and Design - Careers/Employment
28.03.2018
How 'Black Panther' points to a more enlightened Hollywood future
How ’Black Panther’ points to a more enlightened Hollywood future
Experts at a Zócalo/UCLA discussion say the mega-hit will inspire more inclusion if the industry internalizes its many lessons Joe Mathews/Zócalo Public Square The global success of, and acclaim fo
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
27.03.2018
Measuring the economy with location data
Measuring the economy with location data
Carrying your smartphone around everywhere has become a way of life. In doing so, you produce a surprising amount of data about your role in the economy - where you shop, work, travel, and generally hang out.
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
26.03.2018
Education/Continuing Education - Careers/Employment
26.03.2018
Administration/Government - Careers/Employment
22.03.2018
Children from wealthier families much more likely to secure grammar school places
Children from wealthier families much more likely to secure grammar school places
Research reveals the huge advantage rich families gain by using private tutors in the race for grammar school places. A new paper from the UCL Institute of Education shows that private tutoring means pupils from high-income families are much more likely to get into grammar schools than equally bright pupils from low-income families.
Environment/Sustainable Development - Careers/Employment
21.03.2018
Costa Rican initiative refocuses on marine issues
Q&A with Larry Crowder: New co-director of Stanford sustainable development initiative in Costa Rica discusses refocus on marine issues The natural and cultural beauty of Costa Rica's Osa and Golfito region has attracted the attention of tourists and developers in recent years.
Media - Careers/Employment
20.03.2018
UCL publishes its gender and ethnicity pay gap report
UCL publishes its gender and ethnicity pay gap report
Our mean gender pay gap at UCL is 17.5% according to data published today, this has fallen from 19.5% in 2013 and is close to the UK average of 18%.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
19.03.2018
Gum disease having devastating impact on general health and well-being warn dentists
Gum disease having devastating impact on general health and well-being warn dentists
A new report has revealed that the number of people affected by tooth decay and gum disease is having a widespread and devastating impact not only on patients mouths but also on their general health and wellbeing, particularly in the older population.
Careers/Employment - Social Sciences
16.03.2018
Gender equality stalls in the U.S., Stanford report finds
While the country made progress on eliminating gender inequality in the latter half of the 20 th century, progress has since slowed or stalled entirely, according to a report released by the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
16.03.2018
How the CPAP machine beats deadly sleep apnoea
Sleep apnoea was killing people long before its prevalence was recognised. By inventing the CPAP machine, Colin Sullivan highlighted the problem and saved lives. He also galvanised the now important field of sleep research. It's now considered one of the most significant medical advances of the? 20th century, but at the time of its creation, no-one could have imagined the impact the continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine would have.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
15.03.2018
Research leaders
After an international call, the University of Sydney has appointed 10 high-achieving postdoctoral researchers to its flagship external fellowship scheme.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
13.03.2018
For some surgeries, nerve blocks mean better outcomes (and fewer opioids)
In a room near the operating suites at Yale New Haven Hospital's Saint Raphael Campus, anesthesiologist Jinlei Li, MD , prepares a patient for a total knee replacement.
Computer Science/Telecom - Careers/Employment
09.03.2018
Careers/Employment
08.03.2018
ANU announces major expansion of parental leave
Research shows that women experience long-term negative effects on their careers and earnings as a result of periods of leave from work taken to care for children.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
08.03.2018
International Women's Day: Overcoming sexism to forge a career in science
International Women’s Day: Overcoming sexism to forge a career in science
International Women's Day: Overcoming sexism to forge a career in science Raysa is a Research Fellow in Medicinal Chemistry, working with Professor John Spencer at the University of Sussex.
Careers/Employment - Medicine/Pharmacology
08.03.2018
How a young scientist could help couples struggling to conceive
Inspired by her own struggles to fall pregnant, Dr Angela Crean hopes to reduce medicine's reliance on IVF.
Careers/Employment - Medicine/Pharmacology
08.03.2018
How a young scientist could help couples struggling to conceive
Inspired by her own struggles to fall pregnant, Dr Angela Crean hopes to reduce medicine's reliance on IVF.
Careers/Employment
08.03.2018
ANU announces major expansion of parental leave
Research shows that women experience long-term negative effects on their careers and earnings as a result of periods of leave from work taken to care for children.
Careers/Employment - Earth Sciences
07.03.2018
Sinking land will exacerbate flooding from sea level rise in Bay Area
Sinking land will exacerbate flooding from sea level rise in Bay Area
Rising sea levels are predicted to submerge many coastal areas around San Francisco Bay by 2100, but a new study warns that sinking land - primarily the compaction of landfill in places such as Treasure Island and Foster City - will make flooding even worse.
Careers/Employment - Innovation/Technology
06.03.2018
Significant gaps between working women’s career goals and reality
Australian workplaces are not ready to meet young women's career aspirations or support their future success, according to a new national report by University of Sydney researchers.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
06.03.2018
Careers/Employment - Innovation/Technology
06.03.2018
Significant gaps between working women’s career goals and reality
Australian workplaces are not ready to meet young women's career aspirations or support their future success, according to a new national report by University of Sydney researchers.
Architecture - Careers/Employment
06.03.2018
NYC taxi ride data suggest cozy relationship between big banks and the Fed
Yesomi Umolu, exhibitions curator at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts at the University of Chicago, will serve as the artistic director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial 2019 edition, the Biennial and Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced on March 6.
History/Archeology - Careers/Employment
06.03.2018
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
06.03.2018
Literature/Linguistics - Careers/Employment
05.03.2018
Moving Hollywood beyond 'Black Panther'
Moving Hollywood beyond ’Black Panther’
UCLA alumnae share entertainment industry experiences with representation in front of and behind the camera Jessica Wolf Two remarkable UCLA alums working in the film and television industries hope t
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
05.03.2018
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
02.03.2018
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
02.03.2018
Jobs, wages, higher after-tax pay keeps consumer confidence high
ANN ARBOR-Consumer sentiment has remained at very favorable levels for more than a year. In the February survey, it was just below the October 2017 peak of 100.7, the highest level since 2004, according to the University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers.
Careers/Employment - Life Sciences
02.03.2018
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
02.03.2018
Jobs, wages, higher after-tax pay keeps consumer confidence high
ANN ARBOR-Consumer sentiment has remained at very favorable levels for more than a year. In the February survey, it was just below the October 2017 peak of 100.7, the highest level since 2004, according to the University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers.
Administration/Government - Careers/Employment
26.02.2018
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
23.02.2018
Data glasses make warehouse logistics work easier for the deaf
Data glasses make warehouse logistics work easier for the deaf
Research news Researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have developed a visual communication system for hearing-impaired employees in logistics.
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
23.02.2018
Data glasses make warehouse logistics work easier for the deaf
Data glasses make warehouse logistics work easier for the deaf
Research news Researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have developed a visual communication system for hearing-impaired employees in logistics.
Careers/Employment
22.02.2018
Careers/Employment - Medicine/Pharmacology
22.02.2018
5 career barriers and how to break through them
Gender barriers in the workplace can be hard to break. University of Sydney academics offer tips to tackle career obstacles this International Women's Day.
Careers/Employment
21.02.2018
Many highly-engaged employees suffer from burnout
Many highly-engaged employees suffer from burnout
Underlining the danger of job burnout, a new study of more than 1,000 US workers finds that many employees who are highly engaged in their work are also exhausted and ready to leave their organisations. These findings are a big challenge to organisations and their management. Jochen Menges Whereas lack of engagement is commonly seen as leading to employee turnover due to boredom and disaffection, the study finds that companies, in fact, risk losing some of their most motivated and hard-working employees due to high stress and burnout - a symptom of the "darker side" of workplace engagement.
Innovation/Technology - Careers/Employment
21.02.2018
Careers/Employment
19.02.2018
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