Pension funds question investor acceptance of remuneration committees

whatsapp Pension funds question investor acceptance of remuneration committees Wednesday 18 January 2017 2:08 pm As such, a vote against the remuneration policy should in most circumstances be accompanied by a vote against the chair of the remuneration committee, if they have been in post for more than one year. Oliver Gill Investors are being urged to up their game in the debate over executive pay by taking a tougher stance on the committees that sign-off remuneration policy.The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA), which represents over 1,300 pension schemes and representing £1 trillion in assets, today revealed new guidelines on corporate governance policy. Share PLSA policy lead Luke Hildyard added: “Our new guidelines are designed to ensure the individuals responsible for a company’s executive pay practices are held to account.”Read more: In Theresa May’s exec pay crusade, the devil will be in the detailLast week, the world’s largest fund manager, Blackrock, wrote to the chairman of every FTSE 350 firm, urging them to cap executive remuneration.Blackrock said in its letter that it would only approve salary rises for directors if the wages of ordinary employees are increased proportionally.In announcing its new guidelines, the PLSA reiterated its position on the matter.“Provocative levels of executive pay are doing great damage to the reputation of British business. The failure of some companies to recognise stakeholder concerns on this issue is a major worry for pension funds as investors,” said Hildyard. Ad Unmute by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeMisterStoryWoman Files For Divorce After Seeing This Photo – Can You See Why?MisterStoryUndoOne-N-Done | 7-Minute Workout7 Minutes a Day To a Flat Stomach By Using This 1 Easy ExerciseOne-N-Done | 7-Minute WorkoutUndoMoneyPailShe Was A Star, Now She Works In ScottsdaleMoneyPailUndoSwift VerdictChrissy Metz, 39, Shows Off Massive Weight Loss In Fierce New PhotoSwift VerdictUndoTheFashionBallAll The Reasons It Won’t Last With Meghan – According To HarryTheFashionBallUndoAtlantic MirrorA Kilimanjaro Discovery Has Proved This About The BibleAtlantic MirrorUndoLiver Health1 Bite of This Melts Belly And Arm Fat (Take Before Bed)Liver HealthUndoItsTheVibeThe Cutest 1980’s Stars Are Now In Their 60s, This Is Them NowItsTheVibeUndoSportPirateMeet The Woman Catherine Bell Is Dating At 52SportPirateUndo whatsapp Read more: Aberdeen calls for greater shareholder powers over exec paySimilar to other investor groups, the PLSA has previously raised concerns over the pay gap between executives and ordinary workers.Serious failureBut it highlighted that while large proportions of its members had voted against pay levels, only a small number opposed the re-election of the chairs of oversight bodies that approve exec pay: the remuneration committees.”If the process of engagement prior to the AGM vote fails to produce a remuneration policy that shareholders can support, this represents a serious failure on part of the chair of the remuneration committee in the most fundamental aspect of their role,” the PLSA report outlined.  read more

Increase in industry-funded drug trials bad for public health, researcher says

first_img About the Author Reprints Related: Related: Pharmalot Columnist, Senior Writer Ed covers the pharmaceutical industry. @Pharmalot Ed Silverman [email protected] “Let’s say a company develops drug No. 121 for lowering blood pressure and it was tested against a placebo, and is proven better,” he explained. “What do I do with that information? There are 120 others out there. Which one do I prescribe? For that answer, you need more trials that compare different drugs and treatment approaches. For this, we need funding free from commercial interests.”He continued that industry-funded trials aren’t necessarily wrong, but “we contend that the sharp decline in NIH-funded trials is not good for public health because these are the trials that are most likely to inform decision makers about the best treatment options for patients.”Such notions are not new, but Ehrhardt noted the research appears to be the first time that an analysis was undertaken to compare funding sources of registered studies. But with a possible boost to NIH funding, the tide may turn.The 2014 NIH budget, which amounted to $30 billion, is 14 percent less than the 2006 budget, when adjusted for inflation, but the NIH is slated to get a $2 billion funding increase in the federal spending bill released today, which would mark the first time in more than 12 years the agency budget would receive such a big boost. Of course, this assumes the spending bill is passed.Ehrhardt suggested increased funding could be designated for specific research. He also believes that industry should team more often with independent investigators to run comparative studies. “The incentive to do this comes from public pressure,” he said, “because every company is interested in how they appear to the public. We need solutions and they don’t want to be seen as part of the problem.” Congress ready to give NIH its biggest increase in 12 years A proposed increase to the NIH’s budget may also increase the number of drug trials funded by the institute. Keith Srakocic/AP Why might this matter?Trials funded by drug makers may offer limited information, according to Dr. Stephan Ehrhardt, a coauthor and professor of epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Companies typically test their medicines against a placebo in order to win regulatory approval, but this approach may not give physicians enough information to make the best treatment decisions, he said.advertisement Over the past decade, the number of clinical trials for drugs that were funded by the National Institutes of Health has dropped while the number of studies financed by drug companies has risen substantially. This is not a surprise, given the diminished NIH budget, but one researcher said this is detrimental to public health.Overall, the number of trials registered on, the federal database, doubled from 9,321 in 2006 to 18,400 in 2014, according to a research letter published in the latest issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.Breaking that down, the number of industry-funded trials during that period rose 43 percent, while studies that were funded by the NIH fell by 24 percent. At the same time, financing from other federal agencies rose 29 percent and funding from still other sources — such as individuals, universities and organizations — rose by 227 percent.advertisement Tags clinical trialsdrug makersNIH Failure to report: A STAT investigation of clinical trials reporting PharmalotIncrease in industry-funded drug trials bad for public health, researcher says By Ed Silverman Dec. 16, 2015 Reprintslast_img read more

BREAKING: 500 new cases of Coronavirus in Ireland and 28 more deaths

first_img Pinterest BREAKING: 500 new cases of Coronavirus in Ireland and 28 more deaths Bizarre situation as Ben Brennan breaks up Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael arrangement to take Graiguecullen-Portarlington vice-chair role WhatsApp Facebook TAGSCoronavirusCovid-19 Twitter A total of 500 new cases of Coronavirus have been diagnosed in Ireland today.This is an increase on the 6,074 cases from yesterday and takes the overall total to 6,674.While now 263 people have died from the disease – an increase of 28 from yesterday.Links to today’s other Coronavirus stories Studying during Coronavirus: Scoil Chriost Ri student on prepping for state exams in a pandemicOn The Frontline: Laois nurse on what it is like working in a COVID-19 ward during Coronavirus pandemicBoxer TJ Doheny on playing hurling, globe-trotting and his love of PortlaoiseLaois Gardai highlight some ‘unnecessary journeys’ encountered on Day 1 of Operation FanachtLaois TD says there has been ‘upsurge’ in illegal dumping during Coronavirus outbreakNorthern Ireland, the UK and globally There have been 4 more deaths from Coronavirus in Northern Ireland bringing total to 82 and 138 more cases of Covid-19, bringing total to 1,477.Nearly 900 more Coronavirus deaths were recorded in past 24 hours in the UK. The total is now heading over 8,000.The UK now has fifth highest death toll in the world, and is hurtling towards being highest in Europe.British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is continuing to improve in intensive care and is in good spirits, his spokesman said, adding he has been receiving standard oxygen treatment.US deaths due to Coronavirus rose to 15,700 on Thursday, according to a Reuters tally, although it is reported that there are signs the pandemic might be nearing a peak.America’s coronavirus epicenter of New York recorded a new single-day high of 799 Covid-19 deaths on Thursday but Governor Andrew Cuomo said the rate of hospitalisations continued to fall.The Coronavirus pandemic could kill between 11,000 and 22,000 people in Canada, the country’s government projected today.There are now more than 1,548,000 cases globally with at least one in almost every country on the planet. Almost 92,000 people have died. While 344,000 have recovered.Hospital growthThe total COVID-19 patients hospitalised in Ireland is up 76.5% in the past week while the total admitted to Intensive Care is up 77.8%.There is certainly trouble ahead if those growth rates don’t slow.Tests to Ireland from Germany According to RTE’s George Lee, results from about 17,000 COVID-19 test swabs sent to Germany for analysis have not yet been included in total cases reported in Ireland. About 6.5% are positive.That might be another 1,000 cases – on top of what has been reported so far.Economy updateNot good – as you can imagine!International Monetary Fund chief, Kristalina Georgieva, said today that “we anticipate the worst economic fallout since the Great Depression”.Iaranrod Eireann, Aldi and planning objections Iarnród Éireann says it will be be operating a revised timetable this Easter weekend on all routes. Intending passengers are being asked to consider if their journey is absolutely essential in light of the Covid-19 restrictions.Aldi’s top-seller during the last three-week period was 2 litres of milk, with butter and a bag of carrots taking second and third place.The Government has given an extra 23 days for objections to be made to planning applications because of Covid-19 restrictions.Debenhams to close all Irish storesDepartment store Debenhams has said it is planning to place its Irish operations into liquidation.It said the majority of its Irish stores are not expected to reopen after the Covid-19 crisis is over.The company employs up to 2,000 people here, both directly, and indirectly through in-store concessions, according to the Mandate union. The nearest store to here is in Whitewater in Newbridge.Heartwarming recovery from CoronavirusA 107-year old Dutch woman has recovered from the coronavirus, probably becoming the oldest survivor of the pandemic in the world.Cornelia Ras fell ill on 17 March, the day after her 107th birthday, Dutch newspaper AD reported, after attending a church service with other residents of her nursing home on Goeree-Overflakkee, an island in the southwest of the country.Coronavirus MythsAs yet, there is no cure currently for COVID-19.So people suggesting/selling special remedies like vitamin C, garlic, home cures, drinking bleach, or putting half an onion in rooms around the house are – well you know don’t you?The World Health Organisation has advice on some of these urban legends.Cuisle Centre The Coronavirus outbreak has led to the Cuisle Centre in Portlaoise closing.They said: “The Covid-19 restrictions mean that we have had to temporarily close our doors, but we are still here to support you and your family.“As we know this is a confusing time for our patients as chemotherapy and surgery are been rescheduled – we will be continuing to give you support and guidance over the phone.“Just call 0578681492 and leave your name, number and a brief message and we will get back to you. You can also contact us on email: [email protected] or messenger us through facebook.“Stay safe everyone, wash your hands and take a little exercise.”Important information Symptoms of Covid-19 include:CoughShortness of breathFeverBreathing difficulties.Further resources:The HSE: Official advice on the coronavirus in Ireland. This is being updated based on the number of confirmed cases and how the virus spreads in Ireland.The Department of Foreign Affairs: Official advice on where to avoid travelling to. Also a resource for those who are abroad.The World Health Organization (WHO): The UN agency on global public health publishes statements and daily situation reports based on the latest data.European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC): The EU agency on the number of cases, deaths and how it’s spreading in Europe.The Johns Hopkins University map: A heat map of the confirmed cases across the world.A helpline for older people who are concerned about the coronavirus has been launched by Alone. The number is 0818 222 024, and it’s open Monday to Friday, 8am-8pm.SEE ALSO – For more Coronavirus stories click here Previous articleGardai warn public about criminals targeting Netflix accountsNext articleCoronavirus Daily Noticeboard – Thursday, April 9, 2020 Alan HartnettStradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final in 2016. Facebook Twitter Electric Picnic News WhatsApp Pinterest Home News BREAKING: 500 new cases of Coronavirus in Ireland and 28 more deaths News By Alan Hartnett – 9th April 2020 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Laois Councillor ‘amazed’ at Electric Picnic decision to apply for later date for 2021 festival Electric Picnic Electric Picnic organisers release statement following confirmation of new festival datelast_img read more

Poultry Stakeholders Discuss National Response to Bird Flu

first_imgPoultry Stakeholders Discuss National Response to Bird Flu UncategorizedMay 18, 2006 RelatedPoultry Stakeholders Discuss National Response to Bird Flu RelatedPoultry Stakeholders Discuss National Response to Bird Flu FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Key players in the island’s poultry industry met at the Terra Nova Hotel in Kingston this morning (May 18) to deliberate on matters prudent to the protection of the industry in the event of an outbreak of the Avian Influenza (bird flu) virus.Bird flu is affecting poultry, humans and wild birds in Asia, Europe and Africa, with some 103 persons having died from the infection since March.The meeting, which was convened by the Jamaican Society for Agricultural Sciences in collaboration with the Caribbean Broilers Group and the Bureau of Standards Jamaica, centered on the national and regional response to safeguarding the poultry industry.Chief Technical Director in the Land and Agriculture Ministry, Don McGlashan, said the matter was a “potential area for national concern,” given the importance of the industry to food security.“The industry provides the mainstay of the national diet and is one of the key players in the journey towards food security.with 101.1 kilograms of poultry meat produced in 2005 and per capita broiler meat consumption standing at more than 42 kilograms in the past year,” he stated.In providing an update on the major preparedness activities undertaken by the Ministry to date, the Chief Technical Director assured that food safety strategies remained high on the agenda.In keeping with the World Health Organization’s mandate for all countries to strengthen their surveillance systems, laboratory diagnostic services and emergency preparedness procedures, Jamaica has placed restrictions on the importation of pet birds, ducks, geese, swans and other aquatic birds, as well as poultry and poultry products.Efforts have also been made to improve field surveillance activities with the veterinary services division working with field and local veterinarians, public health officers, extension officers and poultry producers to improve vigilance in monitoring poultry production and processing facilities. This in addition to the purchase of diagnostic emergency field equipment and increased public awareness activities.Mr. McGlashan noted that safeguards were important to protect the industry, which had annual earnings of $15 billion for broiler meat, with about 40 per cent of locally produced broiler meat being supplied by an estimated 10,000 small farmers.Additionally, some 3,000 individuals are employed by the table egg industry, with the export egg trade showing sales of $1.2 million to Trinidad and Tobago alone.center_img RelatedPoultry Stakeholders Discuss National Response to Bird Flu Advertisementslast_img read more

Henry sees Falmouth pier as catalyst for tourism development

first_imgRelatedHenry sees Falmouth pier as catalyst for tourism development FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Minister of Transport and Works, the Hon Mike Henry, says that while Falmouth will attract much attention for its new cruise ship pier accommodating some of the world’s largest cruise vessels, the Government will not allow Montego Bay and Ocho Rios to wane. “I want us to stop thinking in a declining position, and start thinking of Jamaica,” Mr. Henry told JIS News in an interview at his Ministry, Maxfield Avenue, Kingston on Friday (February 18). He was elaborating on his Ministry’s involvement in the development of the new Falmouth cruise ship pier, and plans for further developments in the tourism areas. He said that while the new Pier will accommodate larger cruise vessels coming into Jamaica, Ocho Rios and Montego Bay would continue to benefit, and would be assisted in maintaining their competitive edge in the industry. “We have to find some US$30 million to increase the dredging at Ocho Rios. We expect Ocho Rios to continue to get the same amount of passengers as last year…Montego Bay will benefit from the rehabilitation of the rum tour and the rail, which I am working on very hard to have (in place) in the next six, nine, ten months,” Mr. Henry said. He noted that the main attraction in Ocho Rios, Dunn’s River Fall, is being marketed very heavily by Royal Caribbean Cruise, and should provide a critical link benefiting shopkeepers and owners of attractions along the way between both towns. “I have asked them (Royal Caribbean) to work hand in hand with the shopkeepers in Ocho Rios. They could lay on transportation for persons who may want to shop on their way to Dunn’s River Fall. So, basically, I think they (Ocho Rios) will hold their numbers,” the minister said. He said discussions are continuing with Carnival Cruise Lines, main users of ports in Ocho Rios and Montego Bay, and Port Royal was still on the burner for discussion, despite the long delay in its development.  “I am even widening that to look at Portland, down the road, in terms of the development that must take place in the Navy Island area, and then you could end up appealing to different kinds of cruise passengers: We haven’t even touched yachting and we haven’t developed marinas for boat owners yet,”Mr. Henry noted. He said that Falmouth should not be seen as competing with the other cruise shipping piers, but as a critical addition in light of recent developments in cruise shipping. “If we never built Falmouth, then what you will end up with is what RCCL has done, which is to build an island off Haiti and make stops there. They can dredge and replicate without you actually being in the place,” he said in an obvious reference to Royal Caribbean’s private paradise on the north coast of Hispaniola, Labadee. Mr. Henry praised the Port Authority of Jamaica, and its chairman and CEO, Noel Hylton, as well as staff of his and other ministries for their input into the development of the Falmouth Pier. The port is a US$221 million joint effort between Royal Caribbean and the PAJ. A much wider 18th century concept of the town, including cobblestone streets, ancient tramcars and the planting of some 500 trees, to give it a special historical flavor, is still being developed. He said that the response of the resident was very encouraging, which has contributed to the success of the project, so far. “They were very excited about the project, and we hope to continue to grow that relationship as we develop. It is a work in progress- three to five years of work in progress”, Mr. Henry noted, pointing out that, eventually, the port will accommodate 600,000 to 800,000 cruise ship visitors per annum. The Port Authority of Jamaica (PAJ) on Friday (February 18) announced that the Falmouth Cruise Terminal has met all navigational requirements and is now ready to accept the megaship, Oasis of the Seas, which is scheduled to make its inaugural call on Tuesday, March 22. “A technical assessment of the state-of-the-art pier, following today’s arrival of Voyager of the Seas at 8 a.m. sharp, confirmed that the berthing facilities met and surpassed global standards,” the PAJ said in a release. The PAJ has invested US$170M in the terminal, which is indicative of its continued commitment to the development of Jamaica as the premier cruise destination in the Caribbean. “We would like to express our sincere appreciation to our main partners, the Royal Caribbean Cruise Limited, for forming this strategic partnership,” Mr. Henry said, as he commended stakeholders for their contributions.                                                            Henry sees Falmouth pier as catalyst for tourism development TourismFebruary 21, 2011 RelatedHenry sees Falmouth pier as catalyst for tourism development Advertisements RelatedHenry sees Falmouth pier as catalyst for tourism development CONTACT: BALFORD HENRYlast_img read more

Pinterest’s next funding round could value it at $11B

first_img Pinterest AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 19 FEB 2015 HomeAppsNews Pinterest’s next funding round could value it at $11B Pinterest acquires Jelly Industries Author Pinterest backers expand company coffers by $150M Apps Relatedcenter_img Saleha Riaz Previous ArticleSamsung acquires Apple Pay rival LoopPayNext ArticleSnapchat in talks over $19B funding round Pinterest intros “visual discovery” tools Pinterest wants to raise $500 million in its next round of funding, expected to close in the coming weeks, which could value the photo pin-up app at around $11 billion, although it is not yet known if new investors will join the round, the Wall Street Journal has reported.The new valuation would be more than double the figure of $5 billion the company was assigned at its last fundraising round in May 2014.Pinterest has not commented on the matter.The firm has been branching out from being a social media website and app where users search for and bookmark images that interest them, to one where users can discover new things.Last month, it added ‘app pins’ to its social sharing service, which will enable iOS device users to install an app without the need to leave Pinterest.The company has recently reolocated to a bigger office and has grown to over 500 employees. It wants to capitalise on its growing user base and expand in Europe and Asia.According to comScore, unique US visitors to Pinterest hit 75.8 million in January 2015, a 37 per cent increase from the same time last year.It introduced ‘promoted pins’ into users’ home feeds earlier this year and believes it is attractive for advertisers, especially when compared to other popular social media apps like Facebook and Snapchat, because it helps them see what users intend to spend on in the future. Tags Saleha joined Mobile World Live in October 2014 as a reporter and works across all e-newsletters – creating content, writing blogs and reports as well as conducting feature interviews…More Read more last_img read more

Millicom nears Africa exit with Chad sale

first_imgHome Millicom nears Africa exit with Chad sale Español Kavit Majithia Millicom to launch open RAN network in LatAm Previous ArticleTIM board backs leadersNext ArticleQualcomm records mixed results in legal spats Related Kavit joined Mobile World Live in May 2015 as Content Editor. He started his journalism career at the Press Association before joining Euromoney’s graduate scheme in April 2010. Read More >> Read more Authorcenter_img Millicom struck an agreement to sell its operations in Chad to Morocco-based Maroc Telecom, as part of an ongoing strategy to exit Africa and focus on its Latin American operations.In a statement, Millicom said the deal was subject to approval from the Chadian authorities. Financial details were not disclosed, while Millicom added the transaction “is not expected to have a material impact on the group”.The sale in Chad follow recent divestments in Rwanda and Senegal, as part of the company’s strategy to reduce its exposure in Africa in favour of increased focus in Latin America. It now operates in one African market, Tanzania.For Maroc, the acquisition boosts its presence in the African region, where it also operates in Niger and Central African Republic.In a separate statement, Millicom also announced a fundraising plan to help finance its recently announced $1.7 billion acquisitions of Telefonica operations in Panama, Costa Rica and Nicaragua. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Millicom lanzará una red RAN abierta en América Latina Tags Millicom mejora resultados gracias a las altas de móvil AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 15 MAR 2019 Maroc TelecomMillicomlast_img read more

Update: Rd at Drumbarnett Crossroads cleared following crash

first_img Pinterest By News Highland – May 24, 2018 Previous articleHarps look to get back on track at Wexford: Declan BoyleNext articleCitroen drop Kris Meeke for the rest of the WRC season News Highland WhatsApp Twitter Google+ Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Gardai in Letterkenny have advised that the road at Drumbarnett Crossroads near Manorcunningham has been cleared following an earlier collision there this evening at around 5:30pm.Gardai have confirmed there are no reports of any serious injuries. WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Google+center_img Pinterest Facebook News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Twitter Update: Rd at Drumbarnett Crossroads cleared following crash Facebook Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Homepage BannerNews DL Debate – 24/05/21 Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programmelast_img read more

News / PHOTO BLOG: Air cargo congestion crisis at Dhaka Airport

first_img The congestion crisis at Dahka Airport, the main air cargo gateway for Bangladesh is literally about to hit the ceiling, according to a series of photos recently taken this week and passed to The Loadstar by local sources.Sources also told The Loadstar that cargo could be delayed by at least two to three days – on occasion, this could be five or six days – and predicted that, with the start of the pilgrimage season,  the congestion could worsen.“Currently there isn’t too much space pressure on aircraft, but there will be some pressure which will grow as the pilgrimage season gets under way.“Flights to Jeddah will be full, especially as we understand that there are no passenger luggage restrictions for pilgrims, which obviously impacts on cargo space.” By Gavin van Marle 10/09/2015last_img read more

Lancaster University Faculty Postgraduate Scholarships in UK

first_img Similar Stories Deadline: 2 March 2018Open to: UK, EU and overseas studentsScholarship: GBP 15,000 maintenanceDescriptionThe Lancaster University is offering a number of faculty postgraduate scholarships for international students. These scholarships are available for students wishing to study for a master degree or Ph.D. degree within the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.The Lancaster University, also officially known as the University of Lancaster, is a public research university in Lancaster, Lancashire, England.EligibilityAll full-time and part-time students with an offer of a place of study.ScholarshipsA variety of scholarships will be awarded up to the level of a fees bursary plus GBP 15,000 maintenance.How to Apply?To apply to any of our postgraduate programmes, please use the University’s central on-line application system.  The application web pages will provide you with further information about the application process, and what you need to include with your application.  You should also visit the University study pages for more information on the postgraduate study, as well as more specific information about your chosen discipline on our department websites.For more information please visit the official website. ← Industrial Design Engineering Scholarships in Netherlands LinkedIn 0 Tweet +1 PhD Position on Mobility in Context at Maastricht University Share 0 February 2, 2018 Published by Ivona Lancaster University Faculty Postgraduate Scholarships in UK Pocket Reddit LMU Postdoctoral Fellowship in Germany →last_img read more