christina maslach

Christina Maslach is a Professor of Psychology (Emerita) and a core researcher at the Healthy Workplaces Center at the University of California, Berkeley. She received her A.B., magna cum laude, from Harvard-Radcliffe College (1967), and her Ph.D. from Stanford University (1971), and has been on the Berkeley faculty since then.

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A pep talk for Cornwall, tribute to 'great friend' Tim Peake and a hint at the crew for Artemis II: Former space station commander CHRIS HADFIELD speaks exclusively to MailOnline

Spaceport Cornwall can learn from failure, retired astronaut Chris Hadfield saysHe also discusses Artemis II, his UK tour, and retiring British astronaut Tim Peake

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Scientists find sea spiders can regrow their anus

A fully regenerated adult male of sea spider (University of Greifswald/AFP via) Scientists were baffled after finding some young sea spiders can regrow their rear ends – including muscles, reproductive organs and the anus – or make do without them. Researchers from Berlin University have discovered that creepy crawlies ...

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Asteroid to pass Earth in one of closest approaches ever recorded

Asteroid to pass Earth in one of the closest approaches ever recorded (Nasa/JPL-Caltech/PA) An asteroid the size of a small truck will pass by Earth tonight, making one of the closest approaches to the planet ever recorded. Asteroid 2023 BU will zoom over the southern tip of South America ...

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Shopping data on medicines ‘could help spot ovarian cancer cases earlier’

The researchers studied six years’ worth of purchase histories in the loyalty cards for two UK-based high-street retailers (Julien Behal/PA) (PA Wire) Shopping data on over-the-counter medicine purchases could help spot ovarian cancer cases earlier, research has suggested. A study involving nearly 300 women found pain and indigestion medication ...

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North Korea is under lockdown to fight the spread of a respiratory disease

An empty park outside a railway station due to a lockdown in Pyongyang. Kim Won Jin/AFP via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Kim Won Jin/AFP via Getty Images SEOUL — North Korea’s capital is under a five-day lockdown to fight the spread of an unspecified respiratory disease. Authorities ...

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Torando Alley is creeping into new territory

A tornado that tore through the Houston area on Tuesday was the kind of early-season storm that scientists say has been occurring with increasing regularity — a sign that patterns of severe weather are shifting. The tornado struck Pasadena, southeast of Houston, seriously damaging homes and other buildings and knocking ...

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StoryCo and 'Halo' showrunner team up to launch 'Disco Ball,' a blockchain-based immersive story that's a model for Hollywood's move into Web3

StoryCo’s first blockchain-based production is “The Disco Ball.”StoryCo The blockchain-based creative platform StoryCo is launching a new immersive storytelling concept. People who sign up for a StoryPass (an NFT) can collect digital art and have creative control over “The Disco Ball.” StoryCo just raised $6 million in a seed ...

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Remains of Britain’s ‘oldest northerner’ found, according to experts

Local archaeologist Martin Stables has been working at the site since 2016 (University of Central Lancashire) An archeologist from Cumbria has discovered the remains of some of northern Britain’s earliest humans. Found at Heaning Wood Bone Cave in Great Urswick, south Cumbria, the cave has been confirmed as a ...

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6 doctors swallowed Lego heads for science. Here's what came out

EXCLUSIVE: Shocking footage shows 'cruel' experiments carried out on rodents at taxpayer-funded lab in Oregon where animals were piled with up to 15 bottles of wine a day, forced to fight and chained to cages

Dogs can tell when humans want to give them treats, study suggests

Meet the mathematical minds behind Oscar-nominated 'Everything Everywhere All At Once'

Ants detect scent of cancer in urine, research shows

SpaceX completes Starship test in prep for rocket’s first orbital launch attempt

Scans reveal secrets of Egypt's mummified 'golden boy,' buried for 2,300 years

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Meet the pterosaur with teeth like a NIT COMB: Bizarre species soared over Germany 152 million years ago, using its unusual mouth to gobble up prey

New species of dinosaur with more than 400 teeth unearthed in Germany

New pterosaur with more than 400 teeth unearthed in Germany

Mummified Egyptian ‘golden boy’ was buried with 49 amulets and other treasures, scans show

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