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  • 5 Tips On How To Study and Prepare for Exams

    5 Tips On How To Study and Prepare for Exams

    Via Say Campus Life : The time for final exams can be nerve wracking and stressful, although some amount of stress can be a positive thing. Being too tensed or nervous can be problematic, especially if it affects your overall academic performance. With less time remaining in the semester, it is about time you focus on what’s really important. Read on and give yourself the best chance with the below study tips. 1. Deal with anxiety […]

  • Young entrepreneurs develop digital medical solutions

    Young entrepreneurs develop digital medical solutions

    Via DW : Startups like Vitameter, Serona and Viomedo stand for innovative digital solutions in the medical industry. Not left to their own devices, their endeavors are supported by big companies. There’s not much sunlight in this basement in a house near Berlin’s bustling Müllerstraße. But the dreary view doesn’t bother Alexander Puschilov. The 27-year-old health economist wants to revolutionize the market for clinical studies. Together with his business partners Tim Seithe and Stefan Nietert he […]

  • The Start-Up Generation On What Keeps Them Going

    The Start-Up Generation On What Keeps Them Going

    Via NDTV : “Luck…well, ummm, luck yes, to a certain extent, maybe about timing the product right, but my success is what I’ve made of myself. It is my hard work, ideas and team that has delivered, not really a Lady called Luck.” They sit opposite me, in their early to mid 20s, buzzing with ideas and an enthusiasm that was not the norm of my generation – founders and creators of new products and ideas, […]

  • The eco guide to green universities

    The eco guide to green universities

    Via The Guardian : Some institutes of higher education are scoring high in terms of sustainability A festive message for prospective students this week. Firstly, most Ucas forms are due in January. And while I wouldn’t want anybody to spend the entire Christmas break fretting about the carbon emissions they’ll emit over the next three years, you deserve an establishment that reflects your values. I realise that few people choose a university on the basis of which […]

  • Choosing a career in social sciences: Psychology

    Choosing a career in social sciences: Psychology

    Via ASIAN Correspondent : FROM Comte to Weber and Marx to Freud, social scientists have played an important part in shaping history. Gone are the days of social science students being stuck in books and locked away in libraries, a career in the social sciences is much more than the study of people and society. In fact, students looking to boost their critical thinking skills and challenge arguments, past and present, need look no further for […]

  • First five-star rating in New Zealand for student halls

    First five-star rating in New Zealand for student halls

    Via Massey University : Tourism New Zealand’s Qualmark quality and environmental accreditation system has given a five-star rating to Massey University’s Auckland campus student accommodation – the first and only student halls of residence to get such a rating. The $26.2 million Te Ohanga accommodation village opened in February this year at the Albany site, providing beds for up to 292 students. Massey plans to expand it to 1000. Qualmark is New Zealand Tourism’s official mark […]

  • Network ethernet switch with connected cables

    100Gbps network powers petabyte research cloud at Australia’s Monash University

    Via Computer Weekly : Australian university implements powerful network to support data-hungry research cloud Australia’s largest university is to implement a 100Gbps network backbone that will drive a new generation of academic understanding. Pressure to not only manage an exploding volume of research-related data, and to also make it available to researchers for real-time collaboration, has driven the development. Monash University – a multidisciplinary institution with 55,000 students and 8,100 academic staff located in Melbourne, Australia’s […]

  • UK university opens energy storage facility research

    UK university opens energy storage facility research

    Via Energy Live News : A new energy storage research facility has been opened at the University of Birmingham. The Cryogenic energy storage site, which is said to be the first of its kind in the UK, comprises of laboratories, equipment and a major demonstration plant. The system uses renewables and off peak electricity to liquefy air which is stored in a vessel and pumped when power is needed. It is vapourised into gas and heated […]

  • Right Diet To Improve Your Memory Power

    Right Diet To Improve Your Memory Power

    Via Gulte : Biggest problem, the current younger generation facing is forgetfulness and memory lapses. The reasons for the acceleration of this momentous memory loss could be many including multitasking, stress and technologically driven environment, toxins in air, food, and water, and unhealthy diets. Several scientific studies show that starting in our early 30s; we experience momentous memory loss each year along with loss of brain function. A recent scientific study at Georgia Tech University shows […]

  • How can I write a fantastic UCAS personal statement for university?

    How can I write a fantastic UCAS personal statement for university?

    Via Brentwood Gazette : While many of us will be enjoying the time away from work over Christmas, students’ thoughts will be churning over their university applications after opening their presents. The deadline for the UCAS personal statement, a key part of the application as to whether a university accepts someone or not, is rapidly approaching and the firm has now released handy tips on how to get started on the important document. Louise Evans, who […]