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Undergrads: The UW Wants to Hear from You!

There’s a major new student survey called the SERU survey underway at the UW. Participate in it and you help improve the undergraduate experience and you could win some cool swag. 113 more words


Greenway Project/ Sneinton

I’m due to be working with some young people soon in an area of Nottingham called Sneinton where we will be responding to the film  354 more words


Medscape Physician Compensation Report 2014

By Leslie Kane and Carol Peckham

APRIL 15, 2014 - Over 24,000 physicians in 25 specialties responded to this year’s Medscape Compensation Report and described their compensation, number of hours worked, practice changes resulting from healthcare reform, and adaptations to the new healthcare environment. 15 more words

National Headlines

Indigenous malaria vaccine shows promise in mice studies.

The vaccine candidate appeared to prime the immune system of the mice against the disease

Indian scientists experimenting with a novel vaccine candidate against malaria say they have found “promising results” in mice, with “80 to 85 per cent efficacy” observed in a dozen animals they recently vaccinated. 517 more words


The Good and Bad of Carrying Cash: Does It Really Pay?

By Dave Ramsey

APRIl 17, 2014 - You’re about to charge another $1 iced tea to your credit card. That’s the third time this week. Wouldn’t it be simpler to carry cash, pay for your drinks in dollars and cents, and not have to worry about your tab a month from now? 624 more words


Research: Eadweard Muybridge

Eadweard Muybridge – The Horse In Motion (1878)

Eadweard Muybridge

Sallie Gardner at a Gallop, also know as The Horse in Motion is one of the earliest examples of motion capture photographically, and has since been animated to form one of the first moving pictures; and significantly, the footage loops.

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