Abstracts: Macau's hand flush with discord. China should speed up the Yuan's rise. Growing confidence
Abstracts: East Timor's imperfect election. Yudhoyono's six challenges to get Indonesia growing. Growth, but not enough
Abstracts: India's coming - eclipse of China. Humility, not hubris, will make India great. Shining bright
Abstracts: Managing the rise of Asia. A mature society embraces prosperity. The tide turns
Abstracts: The end of the China love affair. India's split personality. Political risk
Abstracts: The world bank's China delusions. Vietnam must map its own flight plan. Competitive neighbours
Abstracts: One foot in the future. Smoke, mirrors and Chinese pipe dreams. Digging up a cash crop of fertile minds in dustry fields
Abstracts: Draw the line at copying? Not him. Italians in the cupboard. ...believe students are too concerned with failure to experiment with art
Abstracts: On track from the first minute. Road to peace is paved with small miracles. Swap kid gloves for a red ballpoint
Abstracts: Warwick back in the dock. Tribunal restricts 'vexatious litigant'. Ridiculed student seeks redress
Abstracts: They may be down but they're not out. Echoes from the cradle of dissent. A blinkered response to idol threats
Abstracts: It's the same drive, but just a different operating system. 'My strengths come from the same place as my weaknesses...'
Abstracts: 3 in 4 women feel unsafe on campus. Students feel unsafe at night. Safety is still main worry
Abstracts: It may have less cachet but students can cash in. Extremist groups set to recruit freshers. Safety is still main worry
Abstracts: A subject directed to take up less space. Cardiff's staff set to sail seas in luxury. Colleges' mixed report
Abstracts: Bricoleurs and boundary riders: managing basic research and innovation knowledge networks. From citadels to clusters: the evolution of regional innovation policies in Australia
Abstracts: 'It's no whitewash but it shows why we work here'. Half of UK chemistry may shut after RAE. Jobs cull is gathering pace
Abstracts: New strategic goals and organizational solutions in large R&D labs: lessons from Centro Ricerche Fiat and Telecom Italia Lab
Abstracts: Organizing for technological collaborations: a managerial perspective. The externalisation of R&D activities and the growing market of product development services
Abstracts: The effects of environment, knowledge attribute, organizational climate, and firm characteristics on knowledge sourcing decisions
Abstracts: Use and impact of performance measurement results in R&D and NPD: an exploratory study. Content validation of a measure of R&D effectiveness
Abstracts: UK market worth UKPd10 billion. UK told to expand provision overseas. 'I can't do it for 30 more years'
Abstracts: University life is a far cry from stereotype. Dreary 'office life' begins early for those who stay at home. Financial fears force students to juggle work and study
Abstracts: Lets refocus efforts on building brighter future. Bigger than the Beatles. Hey, have you heard the one about the woman in the veil?
Abstracts: 'At four my daughter was the perfect surrealist... To this day, the cat still has bits of wax in its fur from where she tried to use it to polish the floor'
Abstracts: '2.5 rodents is a fair price to pay for medical progress'. 'Two years ago, the British Mammals Society reported that more than 200 million animals were killed each year by domestic cats (most of them pets)'
Abstracts: The only way to get with the program. 'Floating wraiths' thrive on growing old creatively. Lectures that really do click
Abstracts: Why Brightstar shines. The political pipeline: The next big names in Hispanic politics will come from an expanding pool of talent
Abstracts: Republican hopes in '08 may ride on meeting immigration challenge. Hispanic political capital
Abstracts: Permanently plugged in: The world of IT never stops turning for Patt Romero Cronin, IBM's vice-president of Global Business Transformation
Abstracts: Northrop signs BAE Systems for ACS contract proposal. Northrop Grumman, Boeing square off on jammer bid. South Australia lures defense contractors with incentives
Abstracts: Aerial tanker deal frozen until May 1. New Boeing software links legacy craft to Pentagon Grid. McCain: Druyun not alone at Air Force
Abstracts: U.S. working on new nuclear bomb, faster nukes testing ability. Lawmaker says Army underfunded; GAO hits FCS program
Abstracts: DoD delays Marine One selection. Sikorsky defenders stress experience, pedigree. 'Multi-capabilities' may shape PRV choice- Expert
Abstracts: Brzezinski: U.S. faces daunting problems in North Korea, Mideast. Proposal would defer tax bite on Navy shipbuilders
Abstracts: Boeing says it was unaware Druyun aided firm on tanker price. Wolfowitz asked if tanker lease should continue
Abstracts: Truth detector offered to defense, security buyers. Lockheed Martin: New aircraft pod can spot IEDs. Bomb range product adapts to homeland security use
Abstracts: Technology is key to modern nursing. 'Nurses need to ensure IT systems are configured to support nursing activities'
Abstracts: Saving their skin. Improving patient care in cardiology. Be prepared for online learning; if you are restricted by geography, work schedules or home and family commitments, e-learning can give you access to life long education and professional development
Abstracts: What makes nurses squeamish? Rheumatology: An expanding specialty. Harnessing technology to improve patient care; advances in IT can help nurses to enhance patients' experiences
Abstracts: 'Graduate glut' claim rubbished. Bristol opens career path to give teachers equal footing. Recruiting drive may gobble up pay cash
Abstracts: Baltics braced for labour turmoil. Coca-Cola tries to take fizz out of NUS boycott call. Palestine wary of unequal dialogue
Abstracts: 'The peer-review system is creaking under the weight of work. How many grants can we assess and still find time to mark several hundred essays?'
Abstracts: Viva Spain's king of the republicans. Can those who lit the flame for democracy carry it? Hey! We're entitled to a Bill of Rights, too
Abstracts: How to...surf the net; in an age of fast-changing health care, the worldwide web can help nurses keep up to date with the latest developments
Abstracts: Gag money rejected. Wake up, activist are pounding on doors of ivory towers. Make contacts--accost the great and the good
Abstracts: Bedside ID checks vital to patient safety. Taking employers to take on dispute. Funding fails people with cystic fibrosis
Abstracts: Probation year raises difficult questions. Putting nursing back on the road. GP contract reveals nursing opportunity; with the new GP contract about to come into force next month, Mahua Chatterjee looks at how the changes to the structure of general practice will impact on the nursing profession
Abstracts: A practical approach to promote reflective practice within nursing. A community-based perspective on living with domestic violence
Abstracts: Practical measures to ensure health and safety in theatres. Nurses let down by patchy hospital cleaning. Compliance with guidelines on effective hand hygiene
Abstracts: Improving the care of patients with symptoms of depression. Improving support information with an integrated CNS service
Abstracts: Older people must receive enabling hospital care. A voice from older peoples nursing. How clinical governance can enhance care for older people
Abstracts: How to handle emotional involvement with patients. Making the NHS a lean machine. Wonderful world of the walk-in centre
Abstracts: Portal combat. Slave trade sees no let-up 200 years on. Cheats playing institutions against each other on appeal
Abstracts: Female staff face abuse. White staff are more likely to scoop PRP. Staff exposed to parent rage
Abstracts: Science blase on terror. Stem-cell capitalists unnerve scientists. Publishers resist revolution
Abstracts: The gift that can carry a hefty price. Academic exchanges under threat as scientists are refused entry visas. Just who is listening in ?
Abstracts: UKPd75K to lead top secret institute. Elite stump up millions in research stars. UK enjoys a brain gain in young talent
Abstracts: 'You will cash in on a degree' kids told. Marketing a mystery to third of managers. Scop revamp sharpens focus
Abstracts: Pupils want perks for UKPd3K fee. Schwartz: tests key to fairer access. BBC pulls plug on late-night learning
Abstracts: 50% plan will cost extra UKPd3bn. Rammell ups cash support for part-timers. Australian research boost 'A$600m short'
Abstracts: Stellar careers passed over in search for stars. ...think women are being exploited by the university system. Is an easy chair culture taking over campus?
Abstracts: One brave heart wins over minds of many. Scotland's women step out of the shade. 'Myths flourish in ignorance'
Abstracts: Staff at risk in RAE run-up. Research stars like talent by their side. Fixed but insecure
Abstracts: UUK: cast net wide for top staff. Liverpool slated as number of firsts soar. High on class, low on content?
Abstracts: Cambridge buoant as Scots show their mettle. Six put faith in Hobsons choice. Hardbacks and hard drives win some hard cash
Abstracts: UK low in affordability league. Best of British close in on Uncle Sam's finest. How many 'squirrels' would you be given?
Abstracts: League Tables. Data Act overturns top table of colleges. League tables
Abstracts: ...believe universities could get much more impact from poets on campus. ...think campus novels reveal the changing identity of university heads
Abstracts: Key lawmaker flails F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program.. Krieg says Osprey passed review, including key parameters
Abstracts: Stevens urges support for F/A-22.. Army awaits new proposals for Iraq scout planes. Ship development short-changed compared to aircraftuYoung
Abstracts: From a GDR prison to a Cold War of words. Secret society that invites the tourists for tea. The rise of modern man
Abstracts: Union leaders share stage to tout merger plan. Super-union to get go-ahead. Protests fail to halt plans for merger
Abstracts: Stressed academic clinicians join NHS. Cancer experts look to China for talent. Academics lose admissions role
Abstracts: Meet the new public company. Spain's banks bet big on Latin America. Accounting proposal hits 'CoCo' bonds
Abstracts: Panama's former canal chief jumps in the deep end. US firms widen the net. Bringing Brazil to Wall Street
Abstracts: The Russian roller coaster. Power play. Living on the edge
Abstracts: Dicks criticizes Pentagon IG, slams McCain, Airbus. Airbus should win new tanker deal, Korb says. EADS assumes an American image as tanker buy looms
Abstracts: Senators, Mullen say Navy needs more funds for ships. DD(X), CG(X) spending constraints pose Navy, industry hurdles
Abstracts: Bell advances with new army copter. OIF vets: Most Iraqis support us. Comanche a justifiable sacrifice, Senate told
Abstracts: Navy shipbuilding plans would require $15 billion-$18 billion: Report. Navy favors extra DD(X), not old DDG
Abstracts: CNO's 313 ships plan would fix most fleet limitations. CRS study: Future fleet plan doesn't reflect new-ships needs
Abstracts: Pace says QDR shows major weapons systems still required: Both new and old threats loom. General opposes leasing any more ships made overseas
Abstracts: Northrop Grumman tests Prowler Comm system. Rand proposes technologies for ISR protection. Air force, Northrop Grumman Test secure 'chat room'
Abstracts: Big DOD audit push starts with $90 million Contract Purse. Northrop Grumman nets $25.7 million air node deal. Pentagon needs better contract oversight: Thinktanker
Abstracts: Apache downed in Iraq by unknown weapon. Marine Aviation feels stress of war. Rocket test may have damaged super cobra
Abstracts: CAE to build KC-130J simulators. New gun covers Super Stallion's rear. CRS questions cost of new Army recon helo
Abstracts: Boeing, Air Force dispute IG tanker report. Wynne says tanker deal should be settled this year. Boeing moves past some troubles, but more questions remain
Abstracts: Army pursues better protection equipment for helos. T-50 trainer begins engine air start testing. Long-Range UAV marks first shipboard mission
Abstracts: Proposal would defer tax bite on Navy shipbuilders. Shipbuilders mount lobbying effort with newly elected lawmakers
Abstracts: Lockheed Martin/Team US101 naming more suppliers. Lockheed Martin opens another round in Marine One fight. Lockheed Martin details LCS speed, antenna, low cost and risk
Abstracts: Sea swap could become the norm. Aerostats could cover carrier battle groups-CRS. Rumsfeld says Navy can operate with fewer carrier groups
Abstracts: Pentagon mulls Army strength. GAO: Air force must justify Raptor costs. HAC slashes VXX request by 28 percent
Abstracts: DHS leader Loy speaks at port security summit. Information systems, not fire power, needed for port security: Expert
Abstracts: Biggest North Korean threat is nukes sale to terrorists: Author. North Korean nukes? 'Don't know' means 'likely' - Senator
Abstracts: Analysts warns procurement spending may decelerate. Weldon says Congress must increase Bush defense spending plans
Abstracts: The right side of metrics. Boomers are business. Sleeper cell
Abstracts: Enhancing salespeople's effectiveness. Formal and informal management control combinations in sales organizations:the impact on salesperson consequences
Abstracts: Identity crisis: the dos and don'ts of brand rechristening. In the bag. Stealth marketing: how to reach consumers surreptitiously
Abstracts: How international law fails us. Danger mounts for embattled general. Targeted
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