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The Medill Western University announced Trienens Institute Scholars program – a scholarship!

Today Medill announced the Trienens Institute Scholars program – a scholarship that will support two journalism graduate students each year, starting with the 2024-25 academic year. With funding from Northwestern’s Paula M. Trienens Institute for Sustainability and Energy, the program will support students committed to covering environmental stories with a focus on solutions, health and …

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FESU Members Attended the IAU Zooming Webinar for the Knowledge Diplomacy in a Changing World!

Paris, France: IAU Webinar Series: Knowledge Diplomacy in a Changing World // October 24th, 2023. In times of geopolitical, social and economic upheaval, dialogue and collaborative aspects of public diplomacy are crucial. In the past, science and cultural diplomacy were seen as an important contribution of universities. More recently, the focus has shifted to knowledge …

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GUNED Global Research Funding on 2024 is Open!

We are pleased to announce that the GUNED Research Development Fund (RDF) 2024 round is open. In its 4th year, the RDF provides GUNED member university research teams with grants of up to £32,000 to foster collaborations across the network. For full details and guidelines, we invite you to consult the announcement on our website. …

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AI model can help determine where a patient’s cancer arose

Predictions from the OncoNPC model could enable doctors to choose targeted treatments for difficult-to-treat tumors. By: Anne Trafton | MIT News For a small percentage of cancer patients, doctors are unable to determine where their cancer originated. This makes it much more difficult to choose a treatment for those patients, because many cancer drugs are typically developed …

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GUNED announced her Second members Intake August, 2023

GUNED welcomes members from all over the world to have both positive and productive dialogue on all aspects of higher education institutions, including but not limited to research advancements, challenges, opportunities, and trends. The GUNED network is a community of education skill professionals dedicated to the improvement of the higher knowledge. There are many benefits …

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Association of American Universities (AAU) Joined GUNED

The Association of American Universities (AAU) member universities collectively help shape policy for higher education, science, and innovation; promote best practices in undergraduate and graduate education, and strengthen the contributions of leading research universities to American society. MISSION STATEMENT Founded in 1900, the Association of American Universities is composed of America’s leading research universities. AAU’s …

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Teaching AI to ask clinical questions

Researchers have made strides toward machine-learning models that can help doctors more efficiently find information in a patient’s health record. By: Adam Zewe | MIT News Office   Physicians often query a patient’s electronic health record for information that helps them make treatment decisions, but the cumbersome nature of these records hampers the process. Research has shown …

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Atkins Medicinal Plant Garden Walk

Every summer, the Atkins Medicinal Plant Garden hosts a one-day Garden Walk event that is open to the public. Faculty and scientists in the Pharmacognosy Institute and the UIC College of Pharmacy host the event, which involves tours of the Atkins Medicinal Plant Garden as well as a lecture by an expert on a topic related to medicinal plants …

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From left: Karen Colley, acting provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs, UIC student Gina Vasquez and UIC professor Eric Stabb meet the new UIC falcon chicks. (Photos: Jenny Fontaine/University of Illinois Chicago) When Gina Vasquez held the weeks-old peregrine falcon chick — which resembled a large white cotton ball — in her gloved hand, …

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