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Business / Economics - 11.12.2018
Electricity needs to be better regulated to benefit consumers, says new report
Electricity market regulation must be redesigned to offer the best value for consumers, according to a new report published today.

Innovation / Technology - Business / Economics - 07.12.2018
24m Nottingham research facility opens to transform UK manufacturing in the digital age
With manufacturing on the cusp of a technological revolution, a flagship research facility is opening its doors at the University of Nottingham to help future-proof UK industry in a competitive global market.

Innovation / Technology - Business / Economics - 05.12.2018
Oxford company PalaeoPi launches to offer automated 3D digitisation of objects | University of Oxford
PalaeoPi, a spinout company from the University of Oxford, is driving down the costs of high-throughput, high-resolution, close-range photogrammetry through research and automation, bringing photo to 3D to all.

Health - Business / Economics - 03.12.2018

Business / Economics - 29.11.2018

Law / Forensics - Business / Economics - 29.11.2018

Environment - Business / Economics - 28.11.2018

Business / Economics - Administration - 26.11.2018
CREATe to lead Intellectual Property research in new UK Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre
The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) has published a CREATe Report to support the Launch of the Creative Industries Clusters Programme, part of the UK Government's Industrial Strategy.

Health - Business / Economics - 23.11.2018
Imperial Network for Vaccine Research officially launched
The Imperial Network for Vaccine Research (INVaR) officially launched in October with a guest lecture from Dr Richard Hatchett, CEO of CEPI.

Innovation / Technology - Business / Economics - 15.11.2018

Business / Economics - 09.11.2018

Business / Economics - Health - 09.11.2018
Green racing and inspirational AI: News from the College
Here's a batch of fresh news and announcements from across Imperial. From a showcase for Imperial's latest zero-emission racecar, to new insights into how AI can inspire doctors, here is some quick-read news from across the College.

Business / Economics - 06.11.2018
Training resource for ship operators
A free training resource has been developed to help improve the lives of seafarers around the world.

Innovation / Technology - Business / Economics - 06.11.2018

Business / Economics - Health - 05.11.2018
How to feed the world’s population sustainably
Prof Sir Gordon Conway recounts highlights of an extraordinary career dedicated to finding solutions to feeding the world's population sustainably.

Business / Economics - 05.11.2018

Business / Economics - 01.11.2018
Not backing Britain: Brexit vote has reduced foreign direct investment to the UK by 19 per cent
Not backing Britain: Brexit vote has reduced foreign direct investment to the UK by 19 per cent
Overseas investment to the UK may be some 19 per cent lower because of the vote to leave the EU, according to the new report by the researchers at the UK Trade Policy Observatory (UKTPO) at the University of Sussex.

Business / Economics - 31.10.2018

Careers / Employment - Business / Economics - 24.10.2018
No funny business
Life as a stand-up might seem like a bit of a laugh, but working conditions on the comedy circuit are no joke, according to researchers at Cardiff and Stockholm Universities.

Business / Economics - 22.10.2018
Study unearths Britain's first speech therapists
Study unearths Britain’s first speech therapists
On International Stammering Awareness Day (22 October), a new study reveals that Britain's first speech therapists emerged at least a century earlier than previously thought.

Environment - Business / Economics - 17.10.2018
Rewilding may be a risk worth taking for landowners after Brexit, say Sussex experts
Leaving the European Union could make rewilding an attractive option for landowners across the UK, according to a team of experts led by the University of Sussex.

Business / Economics - 16.10.2018

Business / Economics - Careers / Employment - 16.10.2018

Life Sciences - Business / Economics - 15.10.2018

Business / Economics - 12.10.2018
Nice people ’at a financial disadvantage’, study says
Nice people may be at greater risk of bankruptcy and other financial hardships, compared with their less agreeable peers, because they don't value money as much, according to research by UCL and Columbia Business School. The study by Dr Joe Gladstone (UCL School of Management) and co-author Dr Sandra Matz (Columbia Business School) involved analysing data collected from more than three million participants using multiple methods: two online panels, a national survey, bank account data, and publicly available geographic data.

Business / Economics - Transport - 10.10.2018
Location, location, location: researchers develop model to predict retail failure | University of Cambridge
Location, location, location: researchers develop model to predict retail failure | University of Cambridge
Researchers have used a combination of location and transport data to predict the likelihood that a given retail business will succeed or fail. One of the most important questions for any new business is the amount of demand it will receive. Krittika D'Silva from ten different cities around the world, the researchers, led by the University of Cambridge, have developed a model that can predict with 80% accuracy whether a new business will fail within six months.

Business / Economics - 08.10.2018
Social media data used to predict retail failure
Social media data used to predict retail failure
Researchers have used a combination of social media and transport data to predict the likelihood that a given retail business will succeed or fail.

Art and Design - Business / Economics - 04.10.2018

Environment - Business / Economics - 03.10.2018
Clear biodiversity commitments made by nearly 1/3 of the world’s biggest companies
How is biodiversity treated by big business? Some of the world's biggest private sector companies are committing to address their environmental impacts and factoring biodiversity into their sustainability reports, according to new Oxford University research.

Business / Economics - 03.10.2018
It pays to be pessimistic
Optimistic thinking is leading people to set up businesses that have no realistic prospect of financial success according to new research from the University of Bath, Cardiff University and the London School of Economics and Political Science. The study, which tracked individuals as they move from paid employment to setting up their own business venture, goes some way to explaining why only fifty percent of businesses in the UK survive their first five years.

Social Sciences - Business / Economics - 02.10.2018
ESRC announce successful awards for Transformative Research Call
The University of Glasgow is among 13 new projects to share 2.6 million of funding from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) announced today. Funded under the Transformative Research Call, these projects will run for up to 24 months from September 2018.

Environment - Business / Economics - 02.10.2018
More big companies commit to addressing environmental impacts
Some of the world's biggest private sector companies are committing to address their environmental impacts and factoring biodiversity into their sustainability reports, according to new Oxford University research.

Environment - Business / Economics - 26.09.2018

Business / Economics - Innovation / Technology - 20.09.2018

Business / Economics - 20.09.2018

Business / Economics - 19.09.2018

Business / Economics - 12.09.2018
Professional bankers show higher levels of pride in their work
Bankers who are members of a professional body report significantly higher levels of pride in their work than bankers who are not suggests the Chartered Banker Professionalism Index devised by Nottingham University Business School and the Chartered Banker Institute. Based on responses to the first set of statements, the study found the mean level of professional pride, across all areas of banking to be 74.55 out of a possible 100.

Business / Economics - 11.09.2018

Health - Business / Economics - 10.09.2018
First Minister leads historic summit on Precision Medicine
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on Monday, 10 September, convened industry, academic and clinical experts in Precision Medicine from across Scotland and across the globe, bringing together the sector to declare its intention to lead the world in this exciting new development.

Business / Economics - Innovation / Technology - 06.09.2018
Nottingham shortlisted for four national awards
Teams behind a new approach to get people excited about science, an academy to support leadership development, a maternal care monitor and a scientific breakthrough that reduces infection have all been shortlisted for Times Higher Education awards.

Business / Economics - 30.08.2018

Business / Economics - Event - 28.08.2018

Business / Economics - Innovation / Technology - 22.08.2018

Innovation / Technology - Business / Economics - 09.08.2018
New project to engineer diversity into STEMM workforces
The University of Nottingham is leading an innovative pilot to transform white, male-dominated workforces in engineering and science to ones that comprise top talent from diverse backgrounds.

Business / Economics - Health - 07.08.2018
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