Source: Anglia Ruskin University Published: 17 January 2019 at 13:09 Almost a third of people unaware of plastic hidden in menstrual products – study New research indicates that more needs to be done to raise awareness of the amount of plastic contained in commonly-used menstrual products. The study, published in the journal Sustainability, was led by […]Read More →
MIL-OSI UK Cities: Man-made chemicals in our environment cause ‘worrying’ changes in sheep livers Exposure to man-made chemicals found all around us has caused ‘worrying’ changes in sheep livers, according to the researchers behind a new study.
Source: University of Aberdeen Researchers studied the effect of man-made chemicals on the livers of sheepExposure to man-made chemicals found all around us has caused ‘worrying’ changes in sheep livers, according to the researchers behind a new study. The researchers say the study by the universities of Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh, James Hutton Institute and the […]Read More →
Source: University of Abertay Abertay University’s sport clubs have entered into a new three-year deal with the third largest sportwear brand in the world. Dreamsport will provide a new range of Under Armour kits for sports clubs, sport union members and other interested students and members of staff. Sports Development Officer Michael Devlin said: “This […]Read More →
Source: Eastern Institute of Technology – Tairāwhiti 13 mins ago Lillian Simpson is showing her photographs (with the portrait of her sister on the right). EIT Bachelor of Creative Practice student Lillian Simpson has earned an honorable mention in the prestigious international “Monochrome Photography Award” (amateur fashion/beauty category). Her black and white photograph portraying her […]Read More →
Source: University of Otago Thursday 17 January 2019 4:49pm Dr John Shaver Childcare can be expensive, stressful, and annoying to organise, but a University of Otago-led study has found it may also be behind religion’s resilience. Scholars have predicted the demise of religion for a long time, but it is not disappearing as quickly as […]Read More →
Source: Eastern Institute of Technology – Tairāwhiti 13 mins ago Artist and musician Jahvan Apatu with one of the works he created as part of his Masters degree in professional creative practice. When local DJ Jahvan Apatu enrolled at Toihoukura he did not realise it was the start of a journey that looks set to […]Read More →
MIL-OSI UK Cities: HRH The Duchess of Rothesay officially ‘installs’ Principal Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Rothesay officially installed Professor George Boyne as Vice-Chancellor of the University of Aberdeen today (Wednesday, January 16).
Source: University of Aberdeen The University’s Chancellor, Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Rothesay, officially installed Professor George Boyne as Vice-Chancellor at a ceremony that took place at the University today.HRH The Duchess of Rothesay arrives at the University of AberdeenThe Principal & Vice-Chancellor and HRH The Duchess of Rothesay with members of the Food […]Read More →
MIL-OSI UK Cities: Death and Missed Appointments Missing GP appointments is associated with early death, and those with long-term mental health conditions are at particular risk.
Source: University of Aberdeen Missing GP appointments is associated with early death, according to new research at the University of AberdeenMissing GP appointments is associated with early death, and those with long-term mental health conditions are at particular risk. Dr Ross McQueenie led the study from the University of Glasgow along with colleagues from Lancaster […]Read More →
Source: Tertiary Education Commission Our top priority is ensuring students get the information they need to make decisions about ongoing studies. For current Taratahi students, the education providers listed below offer programmes that are comparable to some of the Taratahi programmes. This includes students studying at the Telford campus. Please note that most of the providers […]Read More →
Source: Auckland University of Technology (AUT) 16 Jan, 2019 “Being lost for words is not the way to go when faced with negative online behaviours such as disinformation, racist discourse or trolling,” says Dr Philippa Smith, Senior Lecturer in Language and Culture at AUT. Philippa recently returned from a three-month position as a Visiting Fellow […]Read More →