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Life Sciences - Event
24.04.2018
Sport Sciences - Event
24.04.2018
Literature/Linguistics - Event
19.04.2018
Event - Innovation/Technology
17.04.2018
FORWARD Forum: a unique gathering in support of innovation in SMEs
EPFL, PME Magazine and Le Temps are hosting a new type of forum aimed at supporting innovation in Swiss small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs).
Event - Medicine/Pharmacology
09.04.2018
Jan Sundquist at Lund University awarded an ERC Advanced Grant
Jan Sundquist at Lund University awarded an ERC Advanced Grant
Professor and family physician Jan Sundquist at the Center for Primary Health Care Research at Lund University in Sweden has been awarded an ERC Advanced Grant from the European Research Council in the 2017 call for applications.
Event - Careers/Employment
06.04.2018
Medicine/Pharmacology - Event
03.04.2018
Breakthrough for dangerous blood transfusion-related disease
Breakthrough for dangerous blood transfusion-related disease
Today, transfusion-related acute lung injury (TRALI) is the leading cause of death following a blood transfusion.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Event
21.03.2018
Andrej Trauner Wins Swiss TB Award
Andrej Trauner Wins Swiss TB Award
Tuberculosis still kills 1.7 million people annually and the rate of resistance against current treatments continues to increase.
Sport Sciences - Event
16.03.2018
Art and Design - Event
09.03.2018
A prestigious award brings UW composer Huck Hodge time to reflect, write
A prestigious award brings UW composer Huck Hodge time to reflect, write
The American Academy of Arts and Letters has named University of Washington School of Music faculty composer Huck Hodge the recipient of the Charles Ives Living Award, the largest monetary award granted exclusively to American composers.
Event - Physics/Materials Science
09.03.2018
Event - Innovation/Technology
09.03.2018
Art and Design - Event
09.03.2018
A prestigious award brings UW composer Huck Hodge time to reflect, write
A prestigious award brings UW composer Huck Hodge time to reflect, write
The American Academy of Arts and Letters has named University of Washington School of Music faculty composer Huck Hodge the recipient of the Charles Ives Living Award, the largest monetary award granted exclusively to American composers.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Event
07.03.2018
Professor Sarah Cleaveland receives prestigious international award
Professor Sarah Cleaveland has been presented with the 2018 Mike Fisher Memorial Award at a ceremony hosted by St George's University in Grenada.
Business/Economics - Event
07.03.2018
Administration/Government - Event
26.02.2018
Event - Careers/Employment
16.02.2018
Physics/Materials Science - Event
15.02.2018
Careers/Employment - Event
12.02.2018
Media - Event
19.01.2018
MLK commemoration highlights the struggle for civil rights and inclusion
Prof. Melissa Gilliam (left) speaks with her mother, Dorothy Butler GIlliam, the first African-American female reporter at the Washington Post, about diversity and inclusion.
Event - Physics/Materials Science
18.01.2018
Innovation/Technology - Event
11.01.2018
Efficient energy from biowaste - Watt d'Or for PSI and Energie 360°
Efficient energy from biowaste - Watt d’Or for PSI and Energie 360°
Efficiently producing energy from biowaste: A technology developed at PSI and tested in collaboration with the Zurich-based energy provider Energie 360° makes it possible.
Event - Literature/Linguistics
10.01.2018
Event
04.01.2018
ANU to host national policy forum to progress Indigenous agenda
ANU will host a major forum in 2018 on national indigenous policies and governance, taking in the lessons from First Nations around the world and including participation from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Federal politicians.
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