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CAMPUS NEWS

$11 MILLION FROM NIH FOR RESEARCH

UD’s COBRE Center to add five investigators with five-year grant extension

FIRST-IN-HUMANS CLINICAL TRIAL TO TREAT CHILDREN WITH RELAPSED NEUROBLASTOMA OPENS AT AMERICAN FAMILY CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

A first-in-humans clinical trial for children with relapsed or refractory neuroblastoma has opened at American Family Children's Hospital (AFCH) and is being conducted...

ROBERT FETTIPLACE WINS LOUISA GROSS HORWITZ PRIZE

In October, the pioneering neuroscientist at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health was awarded the Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize...

U-M student named 2021 Rhodes Scholar

A University of Michigan student studying political science has been named a 2021 Rhodes Scholar, one of 32 Americans chosen to win...

Difficult Decisions 101: Balancing hands-on learning and safety

While new University of Michigan COVID guidelines are requiring most undergraduates to study from their homes for the winter semester, some classes—classes...

Purdue joins national manufacturing cybersecurity collaboration

Purdue University's Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS) is joining the national Cybersecurity Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CyManII)...

OPINION

BBC: How China could shape the future of technology

One of the world’s fastest-growing apps, TikTok could usher in an era where Asia – not Silicon Valley – leads the...

BBC: Should you start a company with your friend?

Friendship can either strengthen a start-up or bring it down. How can entrepreneurs harness this force for success?

BBC: Coronavirus: How can society thrive post-pandemic?

As society looks to rebound from Covid-19, the ideas and resources we need to cope and succeed will look different than...

CULTURE

ACT MONTHLY PUBLICATION, NOVEMBER 2020

VOLUME 13, NUMBER 149, NOVEMBER 2020

ANOUNCEMENT

ACT COLUMN

For international students who choose to return to China after graduation, whether they can adjust their overall state is very important to...

NEWS

VOA: Iran Jails Ailing Female Dissident Who Signed 2019 Letter Asking Khamenei to Quit, Husband Says

Iran has imprisoned an ailing female dissident who signed a 2019 letter calling on its Islamist ruler to quit, rejecting her...

Reuters: Ethiopian government says troops take two towns from Tigray fighters

Government forces captured two towns from rebel forces in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region, the government said on Friday, and Tigrayan fighters...

BBC: Ethiopia’s Tigray crisis: Ceasefire calls as army claims progress

Aid agencies are calling for an immediate temporary ceasefire in northern Ethiopia to allow aid to reach civilians affected by fighting.

VOA: Russia Sentences Man Convicted of Spying for US to 13 Years in Prison

A Russian court has sentenced a man convicted of spying for the United States to 13 years in prison, Russia’s Federal...

TRAVEL

The global pandemic has sparked a lot of unintended consequences -- some of them a throwback to simpler times

WORK LIFE

Flowers have the power to comfort us, lift our mood and brighten our home. They also represent a €15bn (£14bn/$18bn) global industry...

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$11 MILLION FROM NIH FOR RESEARCH

UD’s COBRE Center to add five investigators with five-year grant extension

FIRST-IN-HUMANS CLINICAL TRIAL TO TREAT CHILDREN WITH RELAPSED NEUROBLASTOMA OPENS AT AMERICAN FAMILY CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

A first-in-humans clinical trial for children with relapsed or refractory neuroblastoma has opened at American Family Children's Hospital (AFCH) and is being conducted...

ROBERT FETTIPLACE WINS LOUISA GROSS HORWITZ PRIZE

In October, the pioneering neuroscientist at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health was awarded the Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize...

U-M student named 2021 Rhodes Scholar

A University of Michigan student studying political science has been named a 2021 Rhodes Scholar, one of 32 Americans chosen to win...

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AP: Ladies’ night at Latin Grammys: Lafourcade, Rosalía win big

A year after Rosalía made history by becoming the first solo female performer in 13 years to win the top prize...

AP: Thompson has torn Achilles tendon, expected to miss season

Bob Myers called Stephen Curry to break the devastating news that Klay Thompson had torn his Achilles and would miss another...

VOA: Iran Jails Ailing Female Dissident Who Signed 2019 Letter Asking Khamenei to Quit, Husband Says

Iran has imprisoned an ailing female dissident who signed a 2019 letter calling on its Islamist ruler to quit, rejecting her...