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Offer alcohol-free accommodation to help students who have been in care, experts tell universities
Offer alcohol-free accommodation to help students who have been in care, experts tell universities
10/1/2019 9:18:09 AM
Universities should offer alcohol-free accommodation to make the transition to higher education easier for students across the UK who have been in care and reflect the recent decline in youth drinking, according to experts.
New Book Helps Recent Grads and their Families Navigate from Campus to Career
New Book Helps Recent Grads and their Families Navigate from Campus to Career
9/30/2019 7:00:00 AM
Three executives whose expertise is in career counseling, finance, and talent management have come together, sharing professional and personal experiences to better position the next generation for academic and career success.
Nielsen and Oxford Researchers Accelerate AI-Powered Image Recognition of Products in Stores
Nielsen and Oxford Researchers Accelerate AI-Powered Image Recognition of Products in Stores
9/25/2019 2:33:01 PM
Nielsen (NYSE: NLSN) and the University of Oxford today announced a two-year collaboration to advance the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to identify and classify consumer packaged goods (CPG) products on shelves in retail stores.
A Smarter Habitat for Deep Space Exploration
A Smarter Habitat for Deep Space Exploration
9/24/2019 1:27:20 PM
In order to explore the Moon or Mars, astronauts need smart habitats that will support life and remain operational when they are vacant. To advance the design of autonomous systems for space habitats, NASA is funding a multi-university Space Technology Research Institute called Habitats Optimized for Missions of Exploration, or more fittingly, HOME.
Asian American conference selects Sandia researcher ‘most promising engineer’
Asian American conference selects Sandia researcher ‘most promising engineer’
9/24/2019 11:04:42 AM
Sandia National Laboratories researcher Stanley Chou was recently selected one of three Most Promising Engineers of the Year at the 2019 Asian American Engineer of the Year Conference in Dallas.
NSF Awards Cooperative Agreement for Management and Operations of its Green Bank Observatory
NSF Awards Cooperative Agreement for Management and Operations of its Green Bank Observatory
9/24/2019 5:25:35 AM
The National Science Foundation awarded Associated Universities, Inc. a five-year cooperative agreement for the continued operations of NSF’s Green Bank Observatory (GBO).
Japan’s new sea defences could be “overwhelmed” by future tsunamis as sea levels rise, warn researchers
Japan’s new sea defences could be “overwhelmed” by future tsunamis as sea levels rise, warn researchers
9/23/2019 8:30:25 AM
The Japanese government’s “failure to imagine the future” means brand new sea defences could be overwhelmed in the face of extreme tsunamis made more destructive by rising sea levels, according to academics at the University of Sheffield.
Wolters Kluwer Supports Integrated Care Teams with New Audio Digest Multi-Specialty Lecture Playlists Providing Valuable Cross-Specialty Perspectives
Wolters Kluwer Supports Integrated Care Teams with New Audio Digest Multi-Specialty Lecture Playlists Providing Valuable Cross-Specialty Perspectives
9/20/2019 5:42:00 PM
As more clinicians practice as part of a multidisciplinary care team, having a broad understanding of issues outside their usual practice is becoming increasingly essential.
Experienced University of California leader named head of UC national laboratories
Experienced University of California leader named head of UC national laboratories
9/20/2019 10:20:04 AM
The University of California Board of Regents approved today (Sept. 19) the appointment of Dr. Craig Leasure, a longtime UC leader with extensive experience in directing and operating large-scale national labs and weapons programs, as the next vice president of the university’s Office of the National Laboratories following a nationwide search.
New awards aim to improve online learning for today’s workforce
New awards aim to improve online learning for today’s workforce
9/20/2019 10:09:04 AM
The National Science Foundation is making five new awards to create and study open-source learning platforms to train and reskill workers in fields ranging from engineering to manufacturing, with the support of a $10 million gift The Boeing Company made in 2018.