Five researchers from the University of Sydney, Professor Simon Butt, Professor Jay Johnston, Associate Professor Antonia Rubino, Associate Professor Thom van Dooren and Professor Anik Waldow, have been elected Fellows of the Australian Academy of Human Sciences. The Academy community includes more than 670 distinguished personalities. Election as Fellows isRead More →

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No related data. © 2022 Moody’s Corporation, Moody’s Investors Service, Inc., Moody’s Analytics, Inc. and/or their licensors and affiliates (collectively, “MOODY’S”). All rights reserved. THE CREDIT RATINGS ISSUED BY MOODY’S CREDIT RATINGS AFFILIATES CONSTITUTE THEIR CURRENT OPINIONS ON THE RELATIVE FUTURE CREDIT RISK OF THE ENTITIES, CREDIT COMMITMENTS, INDEBTEDNESSRead More →

Fiona Hill, a former U.S. National Security Council official whose testimony at then-President Donald Trump’s early impeachment hearings captivated viewers, will join dissident Russian journalist Yevgenia Albats for a discussion on the war in Ukraine and Vladimir Putin’s broader goals in launching it. Wednesday, December 7 at 3 p.m. ESTRead More →

Asian Languages ​​and Cultures Department Chair Laura Brueck joined Northwestern as an associate professor of South Asian literature and culture in 2013. Now, she’s planning for the department’s 10th anniversary. Asian Languages ​​and Cultures Department has been founded in 2013 after courses from the African and Asian Languages ​​Program andRead More →

Each year, Ohio University faculty members contribute their extensive knowledge and research to members of the media, acting as sources of stories, sharing their findings, and being featured for the work they do at the both within the university and in the community. In the 2021 calendar year, 221 facultyRead More →

Comment this story Comment In the biggest work stoppage of the year, thousands of university workers in the University of California system went on strike Monday against the university system’s bargaining practices with their union, which is trying to win wages higher. Some 48,000 teaching assistants, postdocs, researchers and evaluatorsRead More →

By Michael Morris / Posted November 13, 2022 Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medicine earlier this week unveiled initial design plans for the on-campus building project named for Henrietta Lacks, the Baltimore County woman whose cells advanced the medicine around the world. The plans were presented at a meetingRead More →

A UAB study including more than 20,000 recipients of ventricular assist devices showed that patients diagnosed with familial dilated cardiomyopathy had better clinical outcomes compared to other DCM diagnoses. Naman Shetty, MD, researcher in the Division of Cardiovascular Diseases. Photography: Carolyn WalshResearchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham MarnixRead More →

The extensive private art collection of the late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen is set to fetch a record $1bn (£890m) when it goes to auction next week. The collection of over 150 masterpieces includes Les Poseuses, Ensemble (small version) by Georges Seurat and the landscape La Montagne Sainte-Victoire by PaulRead More →

Beginning November 1, 2022, in observance of Native American Heritage Month in the United States, the USC Dornsife Center for Advanced Genocide Research will share at least one video per day from its recent international conference “Mass Violence and Its Impact sustainability on indigenous peoples”. – The Case of theRead More →

Share on PinterestExperts say caffeine during pregnancy may be safe, but a recent study indicates that it can affect a child’s height by almost an inch. Irina Efremova/Stocksy Caffeine consumption during pregnancy is an area of ​​ongoing research, but experts continue to say that some amount of caffeine during pregnancyRead More →

Arts and shows | UW Notebook November 3, 2022 Through public events and exhibits, connect with the UW community every week! Highlights of current and upcoming exhibitions: October 27 – November 23 | Miha Sarani: fineart building The Jacob Lawrence Gallery is pleased to welcome Seattle artist Miha Sarani. ThisRead More →

During Black History Month, museum curators and researchers from Mansfield District Council have been busy behind the scenes researching Caribbean culture and history in the district. The authority’s cultural services team has begun work on its ambitious project to document and collect the oral histories of the local people ofRead More →

‘The Woman King’ cast member Lashana Lynch poses for a portrait at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, … [+] during the Toronto International Film Festival, Thursday, Sept. 8, 2022, in Toronto. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello) Vision 2022 Princeton professor Leonard Wantchekon is the official film historian for The female king, which has nowRead More →

In the face of conflicting evidence on the risks and benefits of routine prostate cancer screenings, a large longitudinal analysis found that Veterans Health Administration (VA) medical centers with lower prostate screening rates had higher rates of metastatic prostate cancer cases in subsequent years than centers with higher screening rates.Read More →

In October, MSU recognizes LGBT History Month, a celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender history, and the history of related civil rights movements. For a list of LGBTQIA+ resources, visit gencen.isp.msu.edu or gscc.msu.edu. Fifty years ago, Michigan held its first-ever Pride celebration in Detroit on Christopher Street in 1972.Read More →

There are severe signs and symptoms of COVID that can last for months or even years, and it’s called ‘Long COVID’. Researchers have investigated a link between stress and “long COVID” in an effort to shed light on this excruciatingly persistent disease. The research was published in JAMA Psychiatry. DepressiveRead More →

Sketches of the human form from a workshop organized by Art in Medicine are on display in the student art gallery at Mazurek Medical Education Commons. A new exhibit featuring student sketches of the human form is now on display in the Art in Medicine gallery on the third floorRead More →

Published on: October 20, 2022; Updated on: October 20, 2022By Abe Danaher, [email protected], 315-935-7071 The Boeing Co. provided the University of South Carolina with a $1.5 million gift to establish the James E. and Emily E. Clyburn Endowed Chair of Public Service and Civic Engagement Fund. This endowed chair, awardedRead More →

The genus Verbascum (Scrophulariaceae, Lamiales), often called “mullein”, comprises about 360 species widely distributed in temperate regions of Europe, Africa and Asia. The generic circumscriptions and localization of the genus Verbascum is a challenge that has been debated among scholars. The genus Verbascum is still poorly known and new speciesRead More →

Adrienne Nishina was an assistant professor when she received a Hellman Fellowship in 2010 in support of her research project titled “Exposure to Ethnic Diversity in High School: Compelling Developmental Interests? Today, as a full professor of human and community development in the Department of Human Ecology, she remains gratefulRead More →

Left to right: Ashley Leinweber, Claudia Babiarz, Larry Leinweber, Dean Alec Gallimore, Vice Provost Thomas Finholt, Acting Dean Elizabeth Yakel, David Leinweber, Jessica Leinweber Computers, data and information science are rapidly becoming the backbone of the systems that connect society. The University of Michigan took a step toward accelerating itsRead More →

A recent study published in Research in veterinary sciences assessed the possible association of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) burden in owners infected with SARS-CoV-2 in their pet dogs. Study: SARS-CoV-2 infection in domestic dogs associated with owner viral load. Image Credit: Alicia Fdez/Shutterstock Background Although SARS-CoV-2 isRead More →

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the Latino American has received a $1 million donation from Google.org to support the development of programs, exhibits and construction of the new museum. The donation establishes Google as a founding donor of the National Museum of the Latin American. The tech company previously supportedRead More →

Deadline: November 30, 2022 Applications for the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München Research Fellowships in World History 2023/2024 are now open. Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, one of Europe’s leading research universities with a tradition of over 500 years, announces up to five research fellowships for scholars active in world history. The university is committed toRead More →

WASHINGTON DC — U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (DN.J.) has urged the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to investigate the National Institutes of Health Office of the Director’s oversight and approval of the grant basic operational funding, called P51, to Washington State. National Primate Research Center (WaNPRC) atRead More →

175 years of pioneering, curiosity and an insatiable thirst for progress. The history of Carlsberg is built on a long tradition of innovation and a desire to relentlessly develop the art of brewing. To celebrate Carlsberg’s 175th anniversary, a series of exclusive experimental beers have been developed. A Carlsberg BrutRead More →

Valentina Alvarez holding a species of skink (Cryptoblepharus poecilopleuruslisten)) at the edge of the Kīlauea Caldera – the highest elevation at which the genus has been collected. Three University of Hawaii PhD female candidates are recipients of a national scholarship aimed at breaking down the barriers women face in education.Read More →

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio (AFRL) — The Air Force Research Laboratory, or AFRL, will honor 17 scientists and engineers for their outstanding professional achievements on Oct. 12, 2022, from 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force during the 2022 AFRLRead More →

NIEHS Scholars Connect Program (NSCP) 2021-2022 intern Tanae Lewis recently made history after being appointed 2022 Astronaut Fellow ― one of 68 across the country. The Astronaut Scholarship was created to ensure the United States maintains its leadership in science and technology by supporting the most promising science, technology, engineering,Read More →

The text of the following statement was announced by envoys for Holocaust issues or their equivalent from Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Netherlands, Romania, the United Kingdom and the United States of America on behalf of their governments. Beginning text: We must never forget the heinous crime against humanityRead More →

Testimony has always posed challenges for educators: for example, whether to treat it as a historical source or a personal memory; how testimony changes over time; knowledge of the recipients’ traumas and the well-being of the testimonial givers. Nevertheless, digital technologies introduce additional complications, particularly with regard to access, provenance,Read More →

Al Segars knows how to help businesses succeed. He uses this knowledge to help companies implement a research-driven approach to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) that gets results. Al Segars, PNC Distinguished Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School History and success are the biggest enemies ofRead More →

A new combination cough and cough treatment for depression. Researchers performed an RCT of dextromethorphan-bupropion in major depressive disorder. RESEARCH UPDATE Partial or inadequate response to antidepressants, the mechanisms of which primarily involve monoamine pathways, is common.1.2 Several lines of evidence suggest that the glutamatergic system is also involved inRead More →

Whether they were “first in flight” or simply “first in sustained, piloted, controlled, powered, heavier-than-air flight of enduring technological significance”, the Wright Brothers are unlikely to be left behind in the annals of aviation history. Progressing from the design of human-weight gliders to propeller-powered aircraft, Orville and Wilbur Wright solvedRead More →

Cambridge University derived ‘significant benefits’ from the transatlantic slave trade, although there is no evidence the university owned any slaves or slave plantations, according to new research investigating its historical links with slavery. The research, commissioned in 2019 by Cambridge Vice-Chancellor Stephen Toope, highlighted the huge investments made by CambridgeRead More →

US authorities have subjected Haitian asylum seekers to arbitrary detention and discriminatory and humiliating mistreatment that amounts to racially-based torture, Amnesty International said today in the new report, ‘They Didn’t Treat Us Like People’: Race- and Migration-Related Torture and Other Abuse of Haitians Seeking Safety in the United States. TheseRead More →