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Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
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Pancreatic cancer trial to make tumours more sensitive to treatment
Cancer Research UK (CRUK) launches a first-of-its-kind pancreatic cancer clinical trial to make cancer cells more responsive to chemotherapy and radiotherapy, with University of Glasgow researcher Pr
Event - History/Archeology
27.08.2016
New WW1 Trench expansion to be unveiled
Visitors will be able to explore the latest new addition to the Pollok Park WW1 trenches during an open day to be held on Sunday.
Earth Sciences - Literature/Linguistics
26.08.2016
University plays key role in telling the story of the North
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
26.08.2016
Breast milk sugar may protect babies against deadly infection
Breast milk sugar may protect babies against deadly infection
A type of sugar found in some women's breast milk may protect babies from a potentially life threatening bacterium called Group B streptococcus. These bacteria are a common cause of meningitis in newborns and the leading cause of infection in the first three months of life in the UK and globally.
Environment/Sustainable Development - History/Archeology
26.08.2016
Lyonesse project published
The results of a seven-year project involving the University to study the impact of sea level rise on the Isles of Scilly over the past 12,000 years, has been published. The Lyonesse Project was commissioned by Historic England following the discovery of a submerged forest in Scilly.
Life Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
26.08.2016
Mapping signal paths in proteins could reveal new direction for drug development
Mapping signal paths in proteins could reveal new direction for drug development
Using maths previously applied to traffic jams and electrical grids, researchers have developed a new method to map signal propagation in proteins. Proteins are molecules found within every cell in the human body that carry out a wide range of functions essential for life. Many proteins have an ‘active site' to which other molecules bind, enabling them to perform different functions, such as catalysing biochemical reactions or regulating gene expression.
History/Archeology - Religions
26.08.2016
The Irish men who mapped the British Empire
The Irish men who mapped the British Empire
A new book by Charles Drazin from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) takes the reader on a historical journey from a small village in rural Ireland to the farthest flung outposts of the early twentieth century British empire.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Event
26.08.2016
King's joins Rio Olympic celebrations
King's staff joined Olympic celebrations in Rio, taking part in events at the GB headquarters for the games - British House.
Pedagogy/Education Science - Event
25.08.2016
International Prize for Wordsworth Teaching
Pedagogy/Education Science - Psychology
25.08.2016
University of Sussex Rudd Centre set to host adoption symposium
University of Sussex Rudd Centre set to host adoption symposium
University of Sussex Rudd Centre set to host adoption symposium A symposium featuring the latest research to improve the outcomes of adopted children and their families has been confirmed to take place at the University of Sussex on Tuesday 15th November 2016. Aimed at policy makers, national and local government, charities, and social care practitioners the symposium will review the very latest research examining family relationship processes and child and adolescent mental health outcomes, with a core focus on highlighting recent practice and policy developments in this area.
Event - Computer Science/Telecom
25.08.2016
Universities to develop shape-changing touchscreens
Universities to develop shape-changing touchscreens
Universities to develop shape-changing touchscreens An ambitious project to develop shape-changing, ‘living' displays for phones and tablets will be launched at a Living Display Showcase at the University of Sussex on Tuesday 30 August 2016.
Business/Economics
25.08.2016
Global income inequality down in relative terms, up in absolute sums
Researchers from Oxford University and the United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research (UNU-WIDER) have found that during the last four decades global income inequality decreased substantially in relative terms, but increased markedly in absolute terms.
Administration/Government - Politics
25.08.2016
The Hennessy Lecture 2016: Lord Heseltine
The Hennessy Lecture 2016: Lord Heseltine
Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
25.08.2016
How Bristol engineers helped cyclists on the road to Olympic success
How Bristol engineers helped cyclists on the road to Olympic success
Research carried out by the University of Bristol has helped in the development of bikes used by the victorious Team GB cyclists at Rio 2016.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
25.08.2016
Managing the Pain
Believed to be the oldest course of its kind in the world, the Pain Management programme at Cardiff University provides medical professionals with the skills needed to help tackle the global issue of chronic pain management.
Literature/Linguistics
25.08.2016
Fright of your life
Politics - Social Sciences
25.08.2016
When beauty matters: the politics of how we look
Questions of beauty and its politics will be discussed at a summer school and conference† next week (30†August to 3 September 2016).
Medicine/Pharmacology
25.08.2016
Number of TB cases in India is double current estimates, says new study
Number of TB cases in India is double current estimates, says new study
The number of cases of tuberculosis (TB) in India may be up to two to three times higher than current estimates, suggests a new study.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Psychology
25.08.2016
Women's Mental Health 2016 Youth Award Winners interview researchers in the Section of Women's Mental Health
The winners of the Women's Mental Health (WMH) 2016 Youth Award in Health Research and Science Communication spent two days in the Section of Women's Mental Health in August 2016.
Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics - Business/Economics
24.08.2016
Wind energy expert appointed visiting professor
Wind energy expert appointed visiting professor
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
24.08.2016
At the forefront of midwifery advancement
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has officially designated Cardiff University's School of Healthcare Sciences a collaborating centre for midwifery development, placing the university at the forefront of advancement in this vital area of healthcare.
Psychology - Social Sciences
24.08.2016
The Current Migration Crisis in Europe
One of the most important social and policy issues facing the UK – the migration crisis in Europe - will be examined by academics from the UK and mainland Europe in a symposium in Cardiff.
Literature/Linguistics - Event
24.08.2016
Dickensian: behind the scenes
Business/Economics
24.08.2016
Team's mission to improve engineering education
Team’s mission to improve engineering education
A team of Engineering Design graduates from the University of Bristol has been awarded £20,000 and free business mentoring to launch their educational product that could increase student access to previously expensive manufacturing machines.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
24.08.2016
The Francis Crick Institute: Smoothing the wheels of collaboration
As the first science teams gear up to begin work in the Francis Crick Institute, we hear from one of the leaders helping to kick-start collaboration.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
24.08.2016
Childhood head injuries linked to increased risk of adult mental illness and poorer life chances
Childhood brain injuries, including concussions, are associated with an increased risk of subsequent mental illness, poor school attainment and premature death, according to a study published today in PLOS Medicine. An Oxford University-led research team, in the UK, US and Sweden, funded by Wellcome, analysed data from more than a million Swedes born between 1973 and 1985 to examine the long-term impact of having a traumatic brain injury before the age of 25.
Business/Economics - Social Sciences
24.08.2016
Former Minister joins Cardiff University
Mathematics
23.08.2016
Rio gold medal run was one of the best ever – according to statisticians
Statisticians have created a model to work out the answers to one of the biggest questions asked by sports fans around the world – what were the best track athletics performances of all time?
Business/Economics
23.08.2016
Top executives to advise fast-growing business school
Top executives to advise fast-growing business school
Life Sciences - Environment/Sustainable Development
23.08.2016
Reef castaways: Can coral make it across Darwin's 'impassable' barrier?
Reef castaways: Can coral make it across Darwin’s ’impassable’ barrier?
An international team of researchers have shown that vulnerable coral populations in the eastern tropical Pacific have been completely isolated from the rest of the Pacific Ocean for at least the past two decades. Ocean currents can change speed and even direction depending on the season or climatic events like El Niño. The new study led by University of Bristol researchers has used a state-of-the-art computer model to trace the journeys of coral larvae transported at the whim of these currents.
Business/Economics - Administration/Government
22.08.2016
Boost for high value manufacturing in Wales
Cardiff University experts are set to take a leading role in a new £14m EU-backed project designed to stimulate transformational and sustainable growth in the high value manufacturing industry in West Wales and the Valleys.
Business/Economics - Administration/Government
22.08.2016
Economics PhD alumnus appointed as Secretary-General of Ghana Trades Union Congress
Economics PhD alumnus appointed as Secretary-General of Ghana Trades Union Congress
Economics PhD alumnus appointed as Secretary-General of Ghana Trades Union Congress A former doctoral student in economics at Sussex, Anthony Yaw Baah, has been elected Secretary-General of the
Politics - Careers/Employment
22.08.2016
Presidential candidates may be psychopaths - but that could be a good thing
US election graphic showing an elephant, representing the Republican party, and a donkey, representing the Democratic party, head-to-head.
Physics/Materials Science - Environment/Sustainable Development
22.08.2016
Pro-nuclear countries making slower progress on climate targets
Pro-nuclear countries making slower progress on climate targets
Pro-nuclear countries making slower progress on climate targets With Hinkley Point deal hanging in the balance, study casts fresh doubts over future of nuclear energy in Europe A strong nat
Physics/Materials Science - Life Sciences
22.08.2016
Spider silk: nature’s bio-superlens
Scientists at Bangor and Oxford universities have achieved a world first: using spider-silk as a superlens to increase the microscope's potential. Extending the limit of the classical microscope's resolution has been the holy grail of microscopy for over a century. Physical laws of light make it impossible to view objects smaller than 200nm - the smallest size of bacteria ?†using a normal microscope alone.
Life Sciences - Law/Forensics
22.08.2016
Forensic study of 'mutineer' pigtails
Ten pigtails of hair thought to be from seven mutineers of “Mutiny on the Bounty” fame and three of their female Polynesian companions will be analysed in a new collaboration between the Pitcairn Islands Study Centre at Pacific Union College (California, US) and the forensic DNA group at King's College London (UK).
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
22.08.2016
New programme set to start transforming healthcare for children and young people
190,000 children and young people in the London boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark will see their local health services transformed by an innovative change programme funded by Guy's and St Thomas' Charity and delivered in partnership with King's College London.
Astronomy - Chemistry
21.08.2016
Astronomers identify a young heavyweight star in the Milky Way
A young star over 30 times more massive than the Sun could help us understand how the most extreme stars in the Universe are born. These massive stars have shorter overall lifespans, making them harder to catch when they are infants. John Ilee Astronomers have identified a young star, located almost 11,000 light years away, which could help us understand how the most massive stars in the Universe are formed.
Psychology - Medicine/Pharmacology
19.08.2016
Have we misunderstood post-traumatic stress disorder?
In understanding war-related post-traumatic stress disorder, a person's cultural and professional context is just as important as how they cope with witnessing wartime events, which could change the way mental health experts analyse, prevent and manage psychological injury from warfare.† This understanding of the connection between PTSD and the context of those who suffer from it could change the way mental health experts analyse, prevent and manage psychological injury from warfare.
Religions - Administration/Government
19.08.2016
Whose martyr is it anyway? Unravelling a Benedictine mystery
Whose martyr is it anyway? Unravelling a Benedictine mystery
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Sport Sciences
19.08.2016
Downs as well as the ups of a football club’s fortunes build fans’ loyalty
Why do football fans feel so passionate about their team even if it is languishing at the bottom of the league and why is such loyalty so deeply entrenched? New research by the University of Oxford could provide the answer. Anthropologists have discovered that intense experiences of crucial wins and losses shared with fellow fans bind them more tightly to one another and their club.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
19.08.2016
Born to be bad? or Born to be benign? - Testing cells for oesophageal cancer risk
Born to be bad? or Born to be benign? - Testing cells for oesophageal cancer risk
Genetically analysing lesions in the food pipe could provide an early and accurate test for oesophageal cancer. The study, led by Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) preventing the need for repeated endoscopies. Barrett's Oesophagus is a common condition that affects an estimated 1.5 million people in the UK alone, although many are undiagnosed.
Medicine/Pharmacology
19.08.2016
Cyclists set for 1400 mile challenge to beat Breast Cancer
A team of intrepid riders are preparing to tackle the four ‘corners' of the UK to raise vital funds for Breast Cancer.
Environment/Sustainable Development - Administration/Government
19.08.2016
SPIES tool aims to support solar park developments
A ‘go-to' guide for the UK's solar park community allowing them to qualify and, where possible, quantify and value the ecosystem services of current and planned parks, is planned.
Psychology - Medicine/Pharmacology
18.08.2016
Designing better ways to let go of digital memories than ‘delete’
Researchers are looking at better ways of helping grieving people let go of emotionally-charged digital content after the death of loved ones or the break-up of relationships.
Medicine/Pharmacology - History/Archeology
18.08.2016
Skeletons’ mysteries unearthed in new Hunterian exhibition
One of The Hunterian's "greatest treasures" goes on public display today for the first time, in a new UK touring exhibition ‘ Skeletons: Our Buried Bones'.
Environment/Sustainable Development - Event
18.08.2016
World's megafires to be tackled though new project
World’s megafires to be tackled though new project
An Imperial researcher talks about his project to combat some of the world's largest smouldering megafires.
Business/Economics - Computer Science/Telecom
18.08.2016
New visa pilot adds to
New visa pilot adds to "booming" opportunities at Imperial: Houston Chronicle
Coming across the pond for study is one of the best opportunities going for US students, writes President Alice Gast.
Arts and Design - Politics
18.08.2016
Flamenco: what happens when a grassroots musical genre becomes a marker of culture
What happens when a musical genre becomes an identifier for a region?† In his book Flamenco, Regionalism and Musical Heritage in Southern Spain , Matthew Machin-Autenrieth unravels the cultural complexity and contested politics of an iconic art form.
Medicine/Pharmacology
18.08.2016
Cardiff collaboration wins diabetes grant
An innovative project which uses gold nanoparticles to develop diabetes treatments has won a major grant.
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