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2014/07/24 11:29
2014/07/24 11:29
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... men are paid more than women ($90,354 vs. $78,859 on average), and African American workers are more likely to be unemployed than a white or Asian worker. The unemployment...
2014/07/24 11:29
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2014/07/23 17:10
2014/07/23 17:10
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Western Reserve Academy, Hudson, in the class of 1940. He received his undergraduate degree in physics from Duke University, Durham, N. Car. in 1943. He was employed for a number of months as a...
2014/07/23 16:33
2014/07/23 16:33
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What’s in a name? Everything A mature American discourse on wealth? AP Photo/Seth Wenig Who gets ahead is always a topic of intense interest, especially in a society like America’s, without a...
2014/07/23 00:19
2014/07/23 00:19
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... its inspirational hype. Still clinging tenuously to Odessa, the Nasmertovs experience the American Dream on Ambien — a groggy sleepwalk through one surreal absurdity after another. Doctors...
2014/07/22 23:03
2014/07/22 23:03
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... attention to detail to accomplish two tasks widely thought impossible: creating a viable new American car company with Palo Alto-based Tesla, and a successful private space venture with...
2014/07/22 15:14
2014/07/22 15:14
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... using a problem-based approach, cutting across the traditional disciplines of biology, physics, chemistry and earth science to emphasize core ideas and show how science can be used to...
2014/07/22 12:39
2014/07/22 12:39
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... has drawn the attention of the editors of the journals of the Optical Society of America (OSA) and the American Association of Physics (APS), who have jointly prepared a...
2014/07/21 13:09
2014/07/21 13:09
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Who gets ahead is always a topic of intense interest, especially in a society like America’s, without a legally established aristocracy at the top of the pile. As Tocqueville observed after visiting...
2014/07/21 02:24
2014/07/21 02:24
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... if I didn't, you wouldn't hear about them from anyone else. After all, if you believe in American exceptionalism, then there are obviously some things that you feel very proud of and...
2014/07/19 05:31
2014/07/19 05:31
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... pointing across the room to prolific woodworking author Ken Horner, president of the American Marquetry Society. Just as proudly, Ken described his wife as a talented wood-crafter in...
2014/07/18 17:59
2014/07/18 17:59
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Studies from Saint Louis University, and is a certified medical technologist through the American Society of Clinical Pathologists. He is currently working on his doctorate in Educational...
2014/07/17 02:19
2014/07/17 02:19
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Throughout its 169-year history, Scientific American has been an august and sober chronicler of the advance of human knowledge, from chemistry to physics to anthropology. Lately, however, things have...
2014/07/16 12:50
2014/07/16 12:50
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... AMERICAN HERITAGE CRAFT SHOW: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 18, Honeywell Center, 275 W. Market St. Lunch served 11 a.m.-2 p.m. • CRAFT BAZAAR: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 25, Allen County Fairgrounds, 2726 Carroll...
2014/07/15 12:36
2014/07/15 12:36
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... Newton’s conclusions about gravity. Nor did subsequent developments in the field of physics – from relativity to quantum physics - lead to any kind of deep questioning of the theory....
2014/07/15 11:13
2014/07/15 11:13
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... was 3.1%. It’s even lower now. British management is not as good as it might be partly because society has always ranked those in the professions above those “in trade”. More specifically today,...
2014/07/14 18:46
2014/07/14 18:46
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... in the Doers section, but no one could agree on whom to cut to make room. The first American in space? The first American in orbit? The first American on the Moon? So we cut the second...
2014/07/14 14:52
2014/07/14 14:52
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... Graduation week are Sir Paul Nurse and Dr Lyndon Evans. Current President of the Royal Society, Sir Nurse is a geneticist and cell biologist who shared the 2001 Nobel Prize in Physiology...
2014/07/11 00:42
2014/07/11 00:42
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... random-access memory" (RRAM) technology. In a new paper available online in the American Chemical Society journal Nano Letters, a Rice team led by chemist James Tour compared its...
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2014/07/09 22:22
2014/07/09 22:22
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... Stanford when she graduates. The busy teen works as an actress when she is not studying physics, chemistry, biology and drafting. White, who has two older siblings, belongs to Elgin’s...
2014/07/09 17:20
2014/07/09 17:20
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... world-first plain packaging laws. ''I think the thing we had on our side is that nobody in society likes big tobacco,'' Sharkie says, deflecting praise. ''With the deceit and the lies,...
2014/07/24 11:29
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