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UT Arlington College of Nursing earns coveted national Center of Excellence designation
(University of Texas at Arlington) UT Arlington's College of Nursing and Health Innovation has been named a Center of Excellence in Nursing Education by the National League for Nursing.

Perfectionism linked to burnout at work, school and sports, research finds
(Society for Personality and Social Psychology) New research has revealed that perfectionistic concerns have a positive relationship with overall burnout and symptoms of burnout. Perfectionistic concerns can create stress, interfere with relationships and more.

Connecting people and geology on volcanoes
(Michigan Technological University) Luke Bowman, who received his PhD from Michigan Tech this summer, gets to the heart of geohazards on the San Vicente Volcano in El Salvador.

Springer Nature expands its humanities portfolio with acquisition of J.B. Metzler
(Springer) Springer Nature and the Holtzbrinck Publishing Group have agreed that, effective immediately, the Stuttgart-based publishing house J.B. Metzler will become part of Springer Nature. The acquisition follows the recent combination of the majority of Macmillan Science and Education (owned by the Holtzbrinck Publishing Group) with Springer Science+Business Media, to form the new publishing group, Springer Nature.

New Smart Villages offgrid solutions for helping world's bottom billion
(Richard Hayhurst Associates) A new series of essays by leading experts maintains that the latest offgrid energy solutions can provide sustainable development for the world's bottom billion and meet upcoming Sustainable Development Goals

Rotten tomatoes and 2 thumbs up
(Journal of Retailing at New York University) How online shoppers respond when faced with wide variations in online reviews can give retailers insights into how to display the reviews and what to expect.

Countering pet obesity by rethinking feeding habits
(American Society of Animal Science) The No. 1 cause of malnutrition in American pets is obesity. Research experts share causes, implications and potential solutions to this epidemic.

Science and technology partnerships grow in South America
(Office of Naval Research) Scientific diplomacy took a giant step forward July 24 as Chief of Naval Research Rear Adm. Mat Winter officially opened the new Office of Naval Research Global office in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

A cheaper, high-performance prosthetic knee
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Researchers design cheap prosthetic knee that mimics normal walking motion.

GW Cancer Institute approved for a $250K Engagement Award by PCORI
(George Washington University) The George Washington University Cancer Institute has been approved for a $250,000 Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award by the Patient-centered Outcomes Research Institute to create the first-ever online Community of Practice for patient-centered care.

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