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Careers/Employment - Education/Continuing Education
10.04.2018
Social Sciences - Law/Forensics
10.04.2018
World-leading expert in slavery perpetrators joins Nottingham
PA 58/18 The Rights Lab at the University of Nottingham has welcomed a world-leading expert on modern slavery perpetrators as its latest recruit.
Computer Science/Telecom - Innovation/Technology
10.04.2018
5G technologies showcased by Bristol researchers at CYBERUK
The latest 5G research in radio wave propagation modelling, smart cities, high-capacity radio waveforms and Gigabit transport connectivity will be highlighted by University of Bristol engineers at CYBERUK.
Innovation/Technology - Administration/Government
10.04.2018
Medicine/Pharmacology - Chemistry
10.04.2018
Research into manufacture of life-saving drug wins industry-sponsored award
Research into manufacture of life-saving drug wins industry-sponsored award
Research into manufacture of life-saving drug wins industry-sponsored award (10 April 2018) Durham University chemists have won a national award for research that could increase the availability of an effective treatment for a strain of meningitis in less developed countries.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
10.04.2018
Grant awarded to develop a multiplex rapid test for mastitis in cattle
‌ The University of Glasgow, in partnership with Abingdon Health, has been awarded a grant by Innovate UK to develop an on-farm multiplex rapid test for mastitis in cattle.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Innovation/Technology
10.04.2018
Life Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
10.04.2018
New method lets doctors quickly assess severity of brain injuries
New method lets doctors quickly assess severity of brain injuries
A new way to rapidly assess levels of consciousness in people with head injuries could improve patient care. The new score - based on the Glasgow Coma Scale - could also help doctors assess the health of the patient's central nervous system in cases of serious trauma or intensive care. Using it could improve the way doctors around the world care for patients in a coma from brain injury.
Environment/Sustainable Development - Earth Sciences
09.04.2018
New land motion map shows the human impact on the UK landscape
Researchers at the University of Nottingham who developed groundbreaking technology which was used to create the first country-wide land motion map of Scotland, have scored another first by creating a new UK-wide ground motion map. Using thousands of satellite radar images, the technology was applied under license by Geomatic Ventures Limited (GVL), an innovative University spin-out company, to create a complete land motion map of the UK as a natural progression from the first country-wide map of ground motion in Scotland.
Physics/Materials Science - Media
09.04.2018
Education/Continuing Education - Religions
09.04.2018
Life Sciences
09.04.2018
New study resolves the mystery of an enigmatic Triassic reptile
Scientists from the University of Bristol have re-examined the fossilised remains of a Triassic reptile, currently housed in two separate collections on each side of the Atlantic, and have discovered it is a brand-new kind of beast.
Environment/Sustainable Development
09.04.2018
Coral bleaching threatens the diversity of reef fish
Coral bleaching threatens the diversity of reef fish
Clown fish at Lizard Island during the 2016 coral bleaching event on the Great Barrier Reef. Credit: ARC CoE for Coral Reef Studies / Laura Richardson New research reveals that global warming also affects fish who depend on corals.
Innovation/Technology - Environment/Sustainable Development
09.04.2018
Innovation/Technology - Medicine/Pharmacology
08.04.2018
Medicine/Pharmacology
06.04.2018
Computer Science/Telecom - Media
06.04.2018
Cambridge Analytica is "only the beginning": Imperial data expert weighs in
Dr Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye has warned of the risk of privacy attacks that happen through friends. In a recent paper and accompanying blog post , data security expert Dr de Montjoye , from Imperial College London's Data Science Institute and Department of Computing , said attacks on privacy through friends are becoming a major risk in today's society.
Microtechnics/Electroengineering - Computer Science/Telecom
06.04.2018
Administration/Government - Education/Continuing Education
05.04.2018
Early years provision a ’postcode lottery’, according to new report
Government records of Sure Start children's centre closures are a massive underestimate, according to a major report published today.
Astronomy - Chemistry
05.04.2018
Absent phosphorus questions possible life on other planets
A distinct lack of the chemical element phosphorus in other parts of the Universe could make it very difficult for extra-terrestrial life to exist there.
Business/Economics - Social Sciences
05.04.2018
University of Sussex worth £343 million to regional economy
University of Sussex worth £343 million to regional economy
University of Sussex worth £343 million to regional economy The University of Sussex adds 343 million a year to the economies of Brighton & Hove, East Sussex and West Sussex, says a new independent report.
Politics
05.04.2018
Literature/Linguistics - Administration/Government
05.04.2018
Business/Economics - Politics
04.04.2018
Syrian Refugees, their journey and their aspirations in the spotlight
Syrian Refugees, their journey and their aspirations in the spotlight
University of Glasgow academics who have carried out an innovative research study among 7300 Syrian refugees will tomorrow (5 April 2018) present their preliminary findings.
Psychology - Computer Science/Telecom
04.04.2018
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
04.04.2018
New 23m Nottingham research facility to drive breakthroughs in serious disease
Work is underway on a new 23m research facility at The University of Nottingham that will bring together experts in serious diseases including cancer, cardiovascular, liver, bone and respiratory conditions to encourage collaboration and drive new breakthroughs in treatment and diagnosis.
Administration/Government - Pedagogy/Education Science
03.04.2018
Children's Neighbourhoods Scotland win funding to tackle child poverty
Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland win funding to tackle child poverty
The Scottish Government has given 2m funding through Every Child, Every Chance, its Tackling Child Poverty Delivery Plan 2018-22, to Children's Neighbourhoods Scotland (CNS) - an innovative collabor
Medicine/Pharmacology
03.04.2018
Kidney age, not kidney disease
Kidney age, not kidney disease
There should be a rethink in how doctors talk to some patients with reduced kidney health, replacing the term 'chronic kidney disease' (CKD) with different bands of kidney age, according to a group of experts including University of Bristol researchers, writing in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.
Environment/Sustainable Development
02.04.2018
'The Paris Agreement goals are still achievable but require immediate action'
’The Paris Agreement goals are still achievable but require immediate action’
Ahead of the publication of a major report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) on the impacts of global warming of 1.5 degrees, a 'themed issue' consisting of 20 papers has been published.
Microtechnics/Electroengineering
30.03.2018
Medicine/Pharmacology
29.03.2018
Exploring dementia home care through pictures and words
PA 53/18 A new beautifully illustrated graphic novel explores the challenges of providing home care for people with dementia, and brings to life the day-to-day struggles of carers.
Innovation/Technology - Business/Economics
29.03.2018
Environment/Sustainable Development
29.03.2018
Post-Brexit farming subsidies could be used to pay farmers to host dam-building beavers
Post-Brexit farming subsidies could be used to pay farmers to host dam-building beavers
Post-Brexit farming subsidies could be used to pay farmers to host dam-building beavers Farmers should be paid to give over parts of their land to enable beavers to create natural flood defences, a University of Sussex scientist has said.
Administration/Government
28.03.2018
Home Office funds University of Bristol research into prostitution
Home Office funds University of Bristol research into prostitution
As part of efforts by Government and law enforcement to better understand the nature of prostitution and sex work, the University of Bristol has been granted £150,000 to carry out a new research project. Professor Marianne Hester , one of the country's leading experts in gender-based violence, will lead the project over the next year.
Education/Continuing Education
28.03.2018