An award-winning device that monitors how well wounds are healing, bringing faster relief to patients, is set to be used in a new research trial at a hospital in Birmingham.
An astronaut from the European Space Agency (ESA) will be touching down in Glasgow next week to share his experiences among the stars, in a public lecture about ‘the right stuff’ needed for a career in space exploration.
Citizens' ability to create wealth is a measure of a healthy, functioning nation, Chief Judge Edith Jones of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit said Wednesday in Caplin Pavilion.
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WTJU's Soundboard interviews University of Virginia law professor John Setear about his recent research into contracts with the devil, as depicted in movies, TV shows, music, books and theater.
Some of the sharpest minds in the field of law and economics first make a stop at the University of Virginia School of Law before finishing their latest paper.
The legal history workshops at the University of Virginia School of Law attract top scholars and allow students to get the kind of feedback on their work normally reserved for faculty.
Everyone has on average 400 flaws in their DNA, a study of 1000 individuals' genomes suggests - though most will not affect an individual's health.