Households in Zimbabwe affected by fall armyworm are 12% more likely to experience hunger

CABI has led the first study to explore the income and food security effects of the fall armyworm invasion on a country — revealing that in Zimbabwe smallholder maize-growing households blighted by the pest are 12% more likely to experience hunger

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New research showcases Italian town as blueprint for ‘anchor entrepreneurship’ framework

New research from The Business School (formerly Cass) has shed light on how Mirandola, a small town in the North East of Italy, became a major hub for the production of medical devices and sets a roadmap for the origins of industrialisation in small, quiet communities.

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University startups championing UK innovation at the world’s largest tech show

Tech entrepreneurs from the University of Southampton will unveil pioneering research based tech products in prosthetics design, cybersecurity and quantum technology at CES 2020

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University startups championing UK innovation at the world’s largest tech show

Tech entrepreneurs from the University of Southampton will unveil pioneering research based tech products in prosthetics design, cybersecurity and quantum technology at CES 2020

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Researchers explore factors affecting money management skills in multiple sclerosis

Kessler Foundation research team identifies executive dysfunction and depression as factors affecting the ability of a subsample of individuals with multiple sclerosis to manage money efficiently

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Researchers explore factors affecting money management skills in multiple sclerosis

Kessler Foundation research team identifies executive dysfunction and depression as factors affecting the ability of a subsample of individuals with multiple sclerosis to manage money efficiently

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