A citizens’ assembly should be called to address a national crisis in funding higher education and research here, warned the former head of University College Dublin (UCD). As Irish universities continue to move out of international rankings, the government is sitting on its hands, ignoring a long string of reportsRead More →

LAWRENCE – The University of Kansas Libraries are pleased to announce that Greta Valentine, Data and Research Analyst, has been selected for the Institute for Research Design in Librarianship (IRDL), which began in June 2019. IRDL is a highly competitive research program, and this year 23 candidates were selected toRead More →

Image source: OFFICIAL SITE CPCB Recruitment 2019 Jobs CPCB 2019 recruitment: Apply before July 21 for the positions of Consultant, Research Associate CPCB Recruitment Jobs 2019 | The Central Pollution Control Board, Delhi (CPCB) has called for applications for 42 consultant and research associate positions. Aspirants can apply for theRead More →

Teaching and Research Associate (Optometry) x 2Ref: A6475Faculty of Health and Human SciencesSchool of Health Professions£ 30,395 to £ 33,199 prorated – 6th year Applications are invited for Associate Teaching and Research (TARA) positions within the BSc (Hons) program in Optometry at the School of Health Professions. This is anRead More →

While writing his new book, Advanced research methods for applied psychology, Professor Paula Brough sought to fill the void she continually encountered when supervising graduate students. “The idea came to me during a doctoral confirmation where the student was evaluating the different methods to perform the missing data analysis,” saidRead More →

Many students dressed in coats and backpacks enter and leave Nielsen Hall every day. However, a certain four-legged participant can also be seen wandering through Nielsen’s classrooms and hallways. Togo, a mixture of Siberian husky and Alaskan malamute, is owned by Andrea “Dre” Cristini, postdoctoral research fellow in astronomy inRead More →

SOUTH YARMOUTH – The Friends of Bass River have added the newest member to their research team. The organization hired Kathleen Mason as the organization’s first resident graduate research associate. Mason recently graduated from Colby College in Waterville, Maine, where she majored in environmental studies. She has spent many summersRead More →

Chinese President Xi Jinping has repeatedly stated his goal of turning the country into a “science and technology superpower.” But when it comes to China’s science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) research environment, recently published research suggests they may have a long way to go. Richard P. Appelbaum, Distinguished ResearchRead More →

DALLAS & NASHVILLE, Tennessee – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Pharos Capital Group, LLC (“Pharos”), a Dallas and Nashville-based private equity firm, announced the acquisition of Horizon Oncology (“Horizon”), headquartered in Lafayette, in Indiana. The acquisition marks the launch of Verdi Oncology, Inc. (“Verdi”), an oncology and clinical research practice management company.Read More →

Can improved research designs answer questions that arise between physicians and patients, such as a better understanding of the risks and benefits of prescription drugs for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)? Brian M. D’Onofrio, PhD, presented translational epidemiology in a talk titled The Risks and Benefits of ADHD: A PharmacoepidemiologicRead More →

By Fazeena Saleem Qatar University College of Law (QU-LAWC), the leading provider of specialized legal education in the country, continues its efforts to promote an excellent research environment that stimulates creativity and innovation through collaborations with academic organizations in the private and public sectors and with researchers from institutions inRead More →

By Will Ferguson, College of Arts and Sciences PULLMAN, Wash. – Machines in physics professor Peter Engels’ lab are custom-built to take precise measurements and withstand extreme temperatures. Each component is unique, expensive and time consuming to build. But a new three-dimensional printer in the College of Arts and Sciences’Read More →

According to the USDA-Economic Research Service, 550-pound steers sold in November 2014 for $ 302.66 per cwt; in October, 800-pound steers sold for $ 238.80. Yet Randall Raymond, DVM, at Simplot Land and Livestock, is working hard to create an even more valuable and profitable fattening calf. How? ‘Or’ What?Read More →

NORWALK, Connecticut, February 9, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – FactSet Research Systems Inc. (NYSE: FDS) (Nasdaq: FDS), a leading provider of integrated global financial information and analytical applications to the investment community, has announced today it has acquired Code Red, Inc. Code Red provides research management technologies to the investment community,Read More →

“The Araku-Paderu region is ideal for setting up a veterinary biological research institute.” To meet the requirements of the laboratory for diagnosis and epidemiology of diseases, he suggests that the existing centers in each of the three regions can be transformed into reference laboratories instead of a large center. LeverageRead More →

(Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20141013/709417-a ) (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20141013/709417-b ) The new facility is adaptable to meet the requirements of different patient populations and study procedures. Richmond Pharmacology also recently reconfigured one of its clinical departments to accommodate patients with mental disorders for studies requiring long-term in-house stays; create a safe and research-oriented environment,Read More →