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Birmingham, Ala. – 2015 SPRING SEC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL Texas A&M placed 85 student-athletes on the 2015 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll, SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey announced Tuesday. In total,...
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2015/06/25 19:39
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... fracturing" (or fracking) and "environmentally friendly" often do not appear in the same sentence together. But as the United States teeters on the precipice of a shale gas boom,...
2015/06/25 12:08
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Antibiotics are the mainstay in the treatment of bacterial infections, and together with vaccines, have enabled the near eradication of infectious diseases like tuberculosis, at least in developed...
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What's more, efforts to develop new antibiotics are not keeping pace with this growth in microbial resistance, resulting in a pressing need for new approaches to tackle bacterial infection. In a...
2015/06/25 01:26
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Australia's deep-sea coral reefs could be dead within 50 years: CSIRO scientist A group of scientists say establishing marine reserves is the cheapest and quickest option for mitigating the...
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The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for 2015 Academic All-Ivy honors in its spring sports today. The 80 men and women selected were starters or key reserves on an officially...
2015/06/22 09:18
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With living standards improving, the demand for health products increases as well. In general, the health food market in China demonstrates an increasing trend. It was estimated that the total sales...
2015/06/21 22:33
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Cadet Alexander L. Fumerelle, son of Anthony and Karen Fumerelle of Kenmore, graduated as a distinguished cadet from the U.S. Military Academy on May 23. Fumerelle graduated from Kenmore West High...
2015/06/19 10:17
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Commenting on the report, an analyst from the author's team said: One major trend upcoming in this market is the public-private initiatives undertaken in developing countries for scheduling and...
2015/06/19 07:58
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Arkansas is among the states listed as having the highest concentrations of jobs in industries that produce bioproducts -- goods made with plant-based chemicals, plastic and other materials --...
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... Parents who thought they were going to have to sit through a boring graduation in a stuffy gym got anything but at Portsmouth High School on Friday. Colin Yost, the valedictorian for the New...
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... board The Innovative Manufacturers Center, a public-private partnership dedicated to increasing central Pennsylvania manufacturers' innovation, productivity and profitable growth to drive...
2015/06/12 10:56
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SHANGHAI: The World Health Organization (WHO) has approved a Chinese influenza vaccine as being safe and effective, only the second Chinese vaccine to receive such status reflecting the growing clout...
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UB again was well-represented when recipients of the 2015 SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence were announced recently, with seven faculty members, two librarians and 11 staff members being honored...
2015/06/04 10:12
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Dean Malmgren entered Northwestern University's doctoral program in chemical and Biological Engineering with the goal of landing a faculty position somewhere. He rethought his career path, though,...
2015/06/03 09:16
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Recent graduate has mind in motion Hannah Simmerman, a recent graduate of Great Mills High School, was named as one of 12 senior high school athletes from across the state to receive a 2015 Minds in...
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Scientists have succeeded in the first step towards using bacteria in the fight against bacteria. Researchers from the University of Buffalo have engineered colonies of the bacteria Escherichia coli...
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UB is investing $25 million in an initiative that will harness the strengths of faculty from disciplines across the university to confront grand challenges facing humankind. The university announced...
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