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University of Kent contributes to new European media analysis website
Professor David Welch, Director of the Centre for the Study of Propaganda at the University of Kent, and research assistant Jack Zeniewski, are contributors to a new European media research and education website called Funded by Department of Education and Culture in the European Commission, it is divided into three parts: the European Media Barometer, a cross-view of themes and... View News Article (2003-10-24)

'Culture of we' buffers genetic tendency to depression
A genetic tendency to depression is much less likely to be realized in a culture centered on collectivistic rather than individualistic values, according to a new Northwestern University study. View News Article (2009-10-28)

End the Two Culture Divide, Says British Academy and Royal Society
President of the British Academy Lord Runciman and Royal Society President Lord May will call for an end to the divide between the arts and sciences in speeches to be given at a dinner to celebrate the Centenary of the British Academy. It is 43 years since C P Snow delivered the Rede Lecture on 'The Two Cultures' in Cambridge that famously deplored a widening gap between scientists and arts... View News Article (2002-07-03)

Existing vaccine facilities can handle flu pandemic
The most cost effective and quickest way to respond to a flu pandemic within the next five years is to use existing facilities to make vaccines from cell cultures, new research suggests. View News Article (2006-09-15)

Could 'hairy roots' become biofactories?
Rice University bioengineers have reported an advance in tapping the immense potential of "hairy roots" as natural factories to produce medicines, food flavorings and other commercial products. View News Article (2007-10-31)

Transgendered males seen as an asset to some ancestral societies
Transgendered androphilic males were accepted in traditional hunter-gatherer cultures because they were an extra set of hands to support their families.  View News Article (2013-10-03)

£300,000 Research Award Set To Examine Impact Of Translation On Global News Headlines
The Arts and Humanities Research Board (AHRB) has awarded over £300,000 to the University of Warwick to study news media translation, and reveal how it impacts on global relations. One of the areas the research will examine is how the translation practices of international news organisations such as Reuters influence people's knowledge all over the globe. Language translation, rather than... View News Article (2003-06-25)

Does Wisdom Really Come with Age? It Depends on the Culture
"Wisdom comes with winters," Oscar Wilde once said. And it's certainly comforting to think that aging benefits the mind, if not the body. But do we really get wiser as time passes? View News Article (2012-08-31)

Study: Athlete's first reaction in victory is dominance
Upon victory, an athlete's initial and instinctive reaction is one that displays dominance over his or her opponent, according to a new study published today in the journal Motivation and Emotion. View News Article (2014-01-10)

Big Development Projects Need Cultural Impact Assessments
Head of UNEP says Tourism and Infrastructure Schemes Must Respect Rights of Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Nairobi, 18 November 2002 - New dam-building, mining and road-development schemes should only get the green light after thorough assessments of their impacts on the lives and cultures of indigenous peoples, the head of the United Nations environment arm said today. Klaus Toepfer, Executive... View News Article (2002-11-18)

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