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In China, as in the United States and the rest of the world, road traffic injuries are a leading killer of children five and over. And in more than one-fifth of cases, the children killed or injured are pedestrians, rather than vehicle occupants.

How hard is it to install a car seat correctly? In all probability, it’s harder than you think.

David Schwebel was awarded the 2019 Distinguished Professional Contributions to Applied Research. The American Psychological Association gives the award annually to a psychologist whose research has led to important discoveries or developments in the field of applied psychology.

Stacey Holloway, assistant professor of sculpture, wil design and create a public sculpture as part of the new University of Alabama System Art Trail.

A lively historical view of the Gulf of Mexico, drawn from the award-winning book “The Gulf: The Making of an American Sea,” will be the topic of discussion during a lecture at UAB on Jan. 17.

Launched by the Conservancy this year, the campaign promotes “connected conversations” around climate change and encourages people to sign a pledge to speak up soon, and often.

Art historian Noa Turel, Ph.D., of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, has been named a spring 2019 member of the Institute for Advanced Study.

A new season of musical performances has been announced for spring 2019 by the Department of Music.

UAB Department of Biology professors Dr. Charles Amsler and Dr. Jim McClintock, along with co-PIs Dr. Katrin Iken (University of Alaska, Fairbanks), Dr. Aaron Galloway (University of Oregon), and Dr. Andrew Klein (Texas A&M University), secured a $880,000 NSF grant to investigate brown macroalgae in the northern portion of the western Antarctic Peninsula region.

A performance by artist Irene Grau is documented in the exhibition “Irene Grau: Incohérent Walk,” at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

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