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U of Utah Ranks 15th for Undergrad and 23rd for Grad Entrepreneurship Studies

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For the seventh straight year, The Princeton Review ranked the University of Utah as one of the top 25 schools in the country in 2018 for entrepreneurship education in a new survey released today. Led by the David Eccles School of Business and its Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute, the University of Utah ranked No. 15 for undergraduate and No. 23 for graduate programs.

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Smith School of Business Expert Available to Comment on Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report 2017.

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New UCI Research Identifies Tailgating as a Collegiate Branding Opportunity

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Tailgating is a favorite pastime for thousands of sports enthusiasts in the United States. The social gathering, comprised of individuals grilling, eating, drinking and socializing in preparation for a big game, is an institutionalized form of public revelry and a valuable branding opportunity that many universities take full advantage of.

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Wolters Kluwer and Health Data Management Examine Strategies for Optimizing Use of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

Wolters Kluwer Health announced today its Chief Technology Officer, Jean-Claude Saghbini, will join industry experts in an examination of emerging artificial intelligence (AI) offerings, helping healthcare executives best assess, acquire and apply cutting-edge solutions as part of their health IT strategies. Hosted by Health Data Management and sponsored by Wolters Kluwer, “Cutting-edge AI – should you take a chance?” is designed for those with an interest in understanding how to apply AI in healthcare.

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How Much Will We Pay for Something? Depends on the Value of What We’ve Just Encountered

The value of the products we encounter influences how much we’ll subsequently pay for other items, new neuroscience research has found. The results point to a previously undetected factor that affects consumer behavior.

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UNLV Research Helping Japan Launch its First Integrated Resorts

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Japan’s tourism economy is about to undergo a massive shift—potentially introducing $10 billion in integrated resorts—with a little help from researchers at UNLV’s International Gaming Institute (IGI).

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DHS S&T Awards $6.8 Million for Five R&D Projects to Improve X-Ray Detection Technology

DHS S&T has awarded funding to four research and development (R&D) projects that will improve the threat detection capabilities of current X-ray technologies for passenger X-ray baggage systems.

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New Research Finds People Will Desire Something Even More if You Increase Their Focus on It

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Study suggests ways marketing and clinical treatment can influence behavior

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Johns Hopkins APL and FS-ISAC Operationalize the Integrated Adaptive Cyber Defense Framework to Improve Cybersecurity in Critical Sectors

The Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory and the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center are operationalizing the Integrated Adaptive Cyber Defense (IACD) framework, which will enable companies to improve the ability to quickly and broadly share information and prevent and respond to cyberattacks.

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University of Chicago to Lead Initiative to Improve Diabetes Care in Vulnerable, Underserved Communities in U.S.

The University of Chicago has been selected by the Merck Foundation to play a national leadership role in a $16 million, five-year initiative to improve access to high-quality diabetes care among the most vulnerable and underserved communities throughout the country.







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