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    5 Essential Business Tips for Young Entrepreneurs

    Via Black Enterprise : 5 Essential Business Tips for Young Entrepreneurs Learn how to achieve a healthy work-life balance, exceed sales goals, and manage a successful, growing team Young business owners are among the most driven and visionary leaders today. Competing against established, innovative, and growing companies forces you to think […]

  • How Does Irish University Sporting Culture Compare to Opportunities Abroad?

    How Does Irish University Sporting Culture Compare to Opportunities Abroad?

    Via University Times : How Does Irish University Sporting Culture Compare to Opportunities Abroad? Sports culture is a vital aspect of university life in Ireland. But how do other European universities match up in encouraging student participation in sport? Sports culture is a vital aspect of university life in Ireland. In […]

  • UK universities getting better at commercialising research

    UK universities getting better at commercialising research

    Via New Electronics : UK universities getting better at commercialising research The relationship between universities and new technology start-ups is crucial and the UK has been relatively poor at the commercialisation of ideas, let alone commercial success. Should it be about the jobs that are created or should the financial returns […]

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    University of Bristol rises to 3rd most-targeted university by employers

    Via University of Bristol : University of Bristol rises to 3rd most-targeted university by employers A major new report out today [16 January] has revealed that students at the University of Bristol are among the most targeted by Britain’s top 100 employers. Bristol has been ranked ahead of Oxford and Cambridge […]

  • Promising graphene catalyst obtained from sticky rice

    Promising graphene catalyst obtained from sticky rice

    Via UCR Today : Researchers uncover a new function of a viral protein that manipulates host odors to attract arthropod vectors such as mosquitoes. Findings by a team of scientists, including two from the University of California, Riverside, could provide critical knowledge to attack deadly viruses transmitted by arthropods such as […]

  • Scientists Discover New Weapon Against Insect-Transmitted Viruses

    Scientists Discover New Weapon Against Insect-Transmitted Viruses

    Via R&D : Scientists have tapped into a new resource in the ongoing fight against viruses transmitted by mosquitoes and other arthropods. In a new study, researchers have uncovered for the first time that a plant hormone is the major host factor to mediate the attractions between insect vectors and infected […]

  • Missed the Ucas application deadline? All is not lost

    Missed the Ucas application deadline? All is not lost

    Via The Guardian : Missed the Ucas application deadline? All is not lost The 6pm deadline is Sunday 15 January for students to submit their application. But there are a few options left if you miss it … The deadline for Ucas applications is 6pm on Sunday 15 January. But if […]

  • Virtual field trip: Victoria University goes to Antarctica

    Virtual field trip: Victoria University goes to Antarctica

    Via Educators : Victoria University is giving students the opportunity to explore Antarctica – for free. The tertiary education provider is offering its first massive open online course (MOOC) that will allow anyone, anywhere, to explore the ice continent. Enrolments are now open for Antarctica: From Geology to Human History on […]

  • 5 Cheapest Universities To Study In The U.K

    5 Cheapest Universities To Study In The U.K

    Via University Herald : If you are thinking of studying in the UK, you might not have enough time left since the deadline for the submission of the UCAS is on January 15. On the other hand, if you want to pursue the thought some other time, here are five universities […]

  • Irish start-up to map genomes of 45,000 Irish people

    Irish start-up to map genomes of 45,000 Irish people

    Via The Irish Times : Genomics Medicine Ireland is joining with Abbvie to develop drugs to fight cancer Multinational pharma group Abbvie is joining with an Irish start-up to map the genomes of 45,000 Irish people in an effort to develop drugs for the future. The 15-year deal will see Genomics […]