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Senior Lecturer at Cardiff University

We pride ourselves on providing a dynamic and stimulating learning environment informed by our cutting-edge clinical and basic research and look forward to welcoming new talent to our team. Our School is at the heart of its educational development. Eye disease patients are now cared for in the community by …

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Confo Therapeutics creates medical advisory board

GHENT, Belgium – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Therapeutic Confo today announced the creation of its Medical Advisory Board (MAB). MAB will provide external review and strategic advice for the company’s clinical development program, including the future direction of CFTX-1554, Confo’s leading preclinical candidate in the field of neuropathic pain. MAB’s international members …

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University Innovation Alliance Adds First New Members; Releases new data on ambitious graduation goals from existing institutions

PORTLAND, Ore., June 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The University Innovation Alliance, a pioneering consortium of public research universities working to improve student success, has announced that the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC ) and the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (NC A&T) was selected to …

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“History is watching us”

Equity is a theme throughout this year’s ASCO meeting, which is in a virtual format for the second year due to the pandemic. In 2018, when Pierce was selected as President of ASCO 2020-2021, Clifford Hudis, MD, FACP, FASCO, CEO of ASCO, said no one could foresee the role Pierce …

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Bridging the Big Data Divide

Much of the future of agriculture can be described in two words: big data. Unprecedented amounts of data have already been collected from satellites, drones, underground sensors and all forms of ground machinery – and much more data is needed to improve research, public policy and decisions on field. At …

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Industrial IoT and disruptors

As a market researcher, industry analyst, and consultancy firm, our independent research and analysis shows that while the hype has faded, the Industrial IoT (IIoT) industry is still growing. higher than the main industrial OT (Operational Technology) and IT companies. . But disruptors, for example in the semiconductor, automotive and …

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Boost to the Tsinghua program for quantum research

China has accelerated the pace of quantum research and the cultivation of talent in this cutting-edge science, with the launch of the new quantum information program at Tsinghua University as the latest example. At the end of May, Tsinghua announced the establishment of the Quantum Information Program, led by Turing …

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Reassessing the Limits – The New York Times

Consider your comfort level. Some people preferred not to put their privacy on the screens. “This feeling of being exposed has been a challenge for people who don’t have an environment that they feel comfortable showing to anyone on the other side of the line,” said Munmun. De Choudhury, associate …

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Save the Children study in Hong Kong: 42% of high school students felt sad for a long time and 3 in 5 feared that someone around them would hurt themselves | Taiwan News

Kids want a say in issues that matter to them, finds Young Voices study HONG KONG SAR – Media awareness – May 24, 2021 – The latest research conducted by Save the Children Hong Kong, a leading international NGO supporting the most disadvantaged and marginalized children, reveals the concerns of …

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UVic News – University of Victoria

A vision already under development for over 10 years, the National Center for Indigenous Laws (NCIL) is moving closer to becoming a publicly accessible national and international forum for dialogue, collection, education and promotion of resurgence of indigenous laws. Although his vision is broad, the physical house at the center …

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National survey finds parents in kindergarten to grade 12 overwhelmingly view print materials as a critical part of student learning

As students return to face-to-face learning, parents believe that physical books are the most effective learning tool; cite “ distractions ” when reading online as a top concern Bradenton, Florida – After a year of extraordinary disruption in the nation’s education system and the necessary shift to online education, parents …

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UKZN is part of revolutionary linguistic research

Professor Jochen Zeller, Associate Professor of Linguistics at the College of Humanities, is part of an international research team, led by experts from the University of Birmingham and the Leibniz-Center General Linguistics (ZAS), Berlin, who discovered that iconic vocalizations can convey a much wider range of meanings with more precision …

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee

Written by College of Engineering Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee. President: Dean Manos Maragakis Co-chair: Kelly J. Cross, PhD Background The results of the university-wide climate assessment suggest that the University is in a privileged position to actualize its commitment to promote an inclusive campus and to institute organizational structures …

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