Early-life solutions to the modern health crisis
Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as allergies, asthma, cancer, diabetes and obesity are on the rise. Inflammation and immune dysregulation are common features of these conditions, often associated with environmental and lifestyle risk factors such as dietary patterns, environmental pollutants, microbial patterns and stress.
Global climate on verge of multi-decadal change
A new study, by scientists from the University of Southampton and National Oceanography Centre (NOC), implies that the global climate is on the verge of broad-scale change that could last for a number of decades.
WUN Takes Part in New Research, Knowledge and Information Community
Last week, a new Research, Knowledge and Information Community (RKIC) was launched during ACU SARIMA Conference 2015 held in Johannesburg. The community is part of the Association of Commonwealth Universities’ (ACU) series of new special interest groups.
Vice rector of Bergen joins the WUN leadership
Anne Christine Johannessen takes over as chair of the Worldwide Universities Network’s Public Health Global Challenge Steering Group.
Maastricht University again ranked the world’s sixth best young university
Maastricht University (UM) has ranked among the top 10 in the Times Higher Education (THE) 100 Under 50 ranking for the third year running, making it the sixth best young university in the world.
Fellowship Opportunities at University of Leeds
The University of Leeds is currently accepting applications for visiting fellows through the Cheney Fellowships scheme.
WUN Understanding Global Digital Cultures Conference 2015
The WUN Understanding Global Digital Cultures Conference explored the emergence and development of global digital cultures through a number of themes, including social media, cultural identity and politics.
WUN Public Health Global Challenge Conference – Healthy Ageing 2015
The WUN Public Health Global Challenge Conference on Healthy Ageing focused on how lifecourse research might contribute to the promotion of healthy ageing.
WUN Migration Conference 2015
The WUN Migration Conference 2015 explored the issue of migration through the lens of WUN’s four Global Challenges in a multi-disciplinary, multi-thematic and multi-cultural approach.
WUN Conference & AGM 2015
The annual WUN Conference and AGM 2015 took place at The Chinese University of Hong Kong over six days from 25-30 April.
University Leaders Discuss Global Higher Education at Presidents Forum
Academic leaders from across WUN and local Chinese universities came together for the fifth annual WUN Presidents Forum at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen on 30 April.