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2018-10-23UVM researchers also made progress in isolating and reproducing a microbial enzyme that may prove deadly to Streptococcus uberis a pathogen that causes some 25 percent of all bovine mastitis cases in the U S Work continues to determine if this new enzyme is of sufficient potency to warrant further investigation

February Monthly Update

2013-2-2The Small Farms Update includes small farm announcements events job and internship opportunities grant and loan opportunities other small farm resources It is intended for farmers and agricultural service providers in New York and the Northeast If have an item to be included in the update please contact Violet Stone at vws7cornell edu

Research Archives

Like McGregor Alperin is an assistant professor in the Publishing Department and a strong believer in the importance of public scholarship But while McGregor takes a public-focused approach to making research knowledge public Alperin's work is centred within the academic system itself—dedicated to investigating the ins and outs of open access publishing the barriers that prevent

Continuing Education

Sandy Heald Sublett PT DPT OCS CLT has practiced physical therapy in a variety of settings in 3 states since 1986 and is a senior clinician and program development lead at an orthopedic and sports PT private practice in the Cedar Rapids Iowa area She received her BS in PT from The University of Texas – Southwestern Medical Center and

taxonomy of cyber

Abstract Technological advances have resulted in organizations digitalizing many parts of their operations The threat landscape of cyberattacks is rapidly changing and the potential impact of such attacks is uncertain because there is a lack of effective metrics tools and frameworks to understand and assess the harm organizations face from cyber-attacks

November 1998 newsletter of The Friends of the

2002-3-28At 10:00 a m on Saturday morning November 7 1998 Ms Lowe will lead a workshop entitled Native Plants for the Home Gardener Ms Lowe will show slides of various native plants well-adapted to the home garden in New England She will answer

Patient and Family Engaged Care: An Essential

ABSTRACT | In this paper we emphasize and explore health equity as an integral component of a culture of patient and family engaged care (PFEC) rather than an isolated or peripheral outcome To examine the role of PFEC in addressing health inequities we build on the 2017 NAM Perspectives discussion paper "Harnessing Evidence and Experience to Change Culture: A Guiding Framework for

Research Spotlight

Important Announcement 7 April 2020 at 10:43 PM For the rest of spring semester and all summer sessions Boston University has directed undergraduate students to return home canceled in-person classes moved to remote teaching called off all events and athletics and minimized lab research

University of Massachusetts Medical School

UMass Medical School is a special place for learning Our graduates rank us in the top 1% for student satisfaction among all medical schools and U S News World Report consistently ranks us as one of the leading medical schools in the nation We take great pride in helping students to fulfill their potential while advancing the health and well-being of the commonwealth and the world

Capital Area Ag Report March 6 2020

2020-3-6Page 2 Ag Report March 6 2020 Greenwich Presentation and discussion led by Ev Thomas (Miner Institute) and Jeff Carter (UVM Extension) RSVP to Art Whitman artwhitman751gmail 802-681-7228 Saturday March 28 2020 Beginning Farmer Workshop at Tamarack Middle and High School 3992 Route 2 Troy

Patient and Family Engaged Care: An Essential

ABSTRACT | In this paper we emphasize and explore health equity as an integral component of a culture of patient and family engaged care (PFEC) rather than an isolated or peripheral outcome To examine the role of PFEC in addressing health inequities we build on the 2017 NAM Perspectives discussion paper "Harnessing Evidence and Experience to Change Culture: A Guiding Framework for

Northeast Ohio Agri

2017-3-16Northeast Ohio Winter Dairy Conference Slated for March 9 in Wooster Ohio The OSU Extension dairy working group team invites all dairy producers to attend the regional winter dairy conference scheduled for March 9 at Fisher Auditorium on the OARDC campus in Wooster located at 1680 Madison Ave

Missouri Ag News

2017-3-3March 8-9 2017 Conference March 10 2017 Symposium The Conference will offer many speakers from throughout the U S presenting on a wide range of topics The Symposium will highlight grape and wine research taking place in Missouri and the surrounding region Registration ends Monday March 6 2017 All registration is online Credit

Execution of UML models: a systematic review of

Several research efforts from different areas have focused on the execution of UML models resulting in a diverse and complex scientific body of knowledge With this work we aim at identifying classifying and evaluating existing solutions for the execution of UML models We conducted a systematic review in which we selected 63 research studies and 19 tools among over 5400 entries by

Study: Happiness Down

2020-6-19The new approach lets the UVM researchers almost instantaneously look over the "collective shoulder of society " Dodds says "We get a sense of the aggregate expressions of millions of people " says Dodds' colleague Chris Danforth a mathematician and a co-author of the study while they are communicating in a "more natural way

Final report for ONE16

UVM staff evaluated 9 fields for project suitability During the summer of 2017 cover crops were interseeded onto 7 fields to demonstrate to farmers the viability of integrating cover crops into a variety of cropping systems These fields included 3 corn silage fields three grain fields (two corn and one sunflower) and 1 vegetable farm (sweet

Final Report for LNE09

On-farm energy production has become a priority for many growers in the Northeast partly because of the efficacy of this grant Vermont's Sustainable Agriculture Council has identified on-farm energy enhancement as a top research priority and in recent research estimated the demand and capacity for in-state food products livestock meal and biodiesel made from local oilseed crops

UVM to Host International Climate Prediction

2020-6-23An international workshop to be held at UVM March 20-24 will provide information and tools to improve climate- and weather-related decision making at all policy levels (Photo: Jeb Wallace-Brodeur) The University of Vermont will host the 14th Annual Climate Prediction Applications Science Workshop March 22 to 24 at the Hilton Hotel in Burlington

The Chart Spring 2020

COVID-19 News and Updates #ThanksHealthHeroes Gratitude Gallery Submissions have been pouring in to The University of Vermont Health Network's "Gratitude Project an initiative to gather and post messages and photos from the community thanking healthcare workers for their tireless and selfless work on the front line of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

National Coronavirus Response

2020-4-21MARCH 28 2020 National Coronavirus Response A ROAD MAP TO REOPENING lead agency tasked with coordinating with state and local jurisdictions to stand up appropriate isolation As an example researchers successfully developed such a therapeutic against Ebola These antibody

UVM Food Systems Graduate Program

UVM Travel Course to Cuba March 9-17 2019 There are a few spots lef UVM Researchers Study Benefit of Sheep Grazing Shelburne Vineyard They lead a workshop on methods for teaching cooking and organizational skills to help deal with time poverty and financial poverty as they relate to meal preparation Thanks to the vermontfoodbank for

IFC

A strong and engaged private sector is indispensable to ending extreme poverty and boosting shared prosperity That's where IFC comes in—we have more than 60 years of experience in unlocking private investment creating markets and opportunities where they're needed most Since 1956 IFC has leveraged $2 6 billion in capital to deliver more than $265 billion in financing for businesses

Indiana University School of Medicine

This marks a nearly 40% increase in five years and is a record for the school—demonstrating its growing national reputation as an institution that conducts high-impact patient-centered research Funding to IU School of Medicine specifically from the National Institutes of Health—the gold standard in medical research—totaled about $150

2015 Events

Hudson Valley Garlic School March 10 2015 9:30 am to 2:30 pm (includes lunch) Hudson Valley Research Lab 3357 US Highway 9W Highland NY 12528 This full-day meeting will include updates on diseases including fusarium and botrytis from Cornell University's new pathologist Dr Sarah Pethybridge an update on weed control options from Christy Hoepting of the Cornell Vegetable Program and from

Verification Horizons BLOG

This blog will provide an online forum to provide weekly updates on concepts values standards methodologies and examples to assist with the understanding of what advanced functional verification technologies can do and how to most effectively apply them We're looking forward to your comments and suggestions on the posts to make this a useful tool

Continuing Education

Sandy Heald Sublett PT DPT OCS CLT has practiced physical therapy in a variety of settings in 3 states since 1986 and is a senior clinician and program development lead at an orthopedic and sports PT private practice in the Cedar Rapids Iowa area She received her BS in PT from The University of Texas – Southwestern Medical Center and