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redOrbit
'Superluminous' supernova grows extremely slowlythe supernova ejecta at very late times, and it's unclear what that energy sour
'Superluminous' supernova grows extremely slowly
redOrbit / Posted 6 hours ago
the supernova ejecta at very late times, and it's unclear what that energy source is,” study author Ragnhild Lunnan, of the California Institute of Technology, told Phys.org. One possibility is that there is material around the star, a shell of gas... Read more
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New Kerala
NASA radar finds ice age record in Mars' polar cap - newkerala.com #68357instrument on Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and Sapienza University of Rome leads
NASA radar finds ice age record in Mars' polar cap - newkerala.com #68357
New Kerala / Posted 23 hours ago
instrument on Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and Sapienza University of Rome leads its operations. JPL, a division of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, manages the mission for NASAs Science Mission Directorate in Washington.... Read more
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Beverly Hills Courier
Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills’ David Dreier Named To James Madison Montpelier Board of TrusteesMontpelier. Dreier served as chairman of the House Rules Committee from 1997-2
Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills’ David Dreier Named To James Madison Montpelier Board of Trustees
Beverly Hills Courier / Posted yesterday
Montpelier. Dreier served as chairman of the House Rules Committee from 1997-2007 and is on the Board of Trustees for the California Institute of Technology. For full story see the print edition of The Beverly Hills Courier, or download the... Read more
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The Addison County Independent
Middlbury College to graduate more than 500 on Sundaynever missed a vote – having cast more than 6,000 – during her 19 years in offi
Middlbury College to graduate more than 500 on Sunday
The Addison County Independent / Posted yesterday
never missed a vote – having cast more than 6,000 – during her 19 years in office. • John Grotzinger, geology professor at California Institute of Technology. He was the project scientist and head of strategic science planning for NASA’s Mars... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'Planet Nine,' Adler's best sky show yet, chronicles quest for a Pluto replacementavailable to the public beginning Saturday, is that it brings viewers tomorrow'
'Planet Nine,' Adler's best sky show yet, chronicles quest for a Pluto replacement
Chicago Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
available to the public beginning Saturday, is that it brings viewers tomorrow's science today. "I'm kind of in awe," the California Institute of Technology astronomer Michael Brown, famous as the man who demoted Pluto, said after a recent preview... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Technical advances in neuroimaging offer new promise to cliniciansthe key pillars of patent quality, and the NAI Fellow Profile, which focuses on
Technical advances in neuroimaging offer new promise to clinicians
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 days ago
the key pillars of patent quality, and the NAI Fellow Profile, which focuses on biochemical engineer Dr. Frances Arnold (California Institute of Technology) and her important work in innovation, invention, and teaching. In the issue's editorial,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Astronomers discover an unusual, slowly evolving superluminous supernovadate. PS1-14bj was first detected in November 2013 by an international team of
Astronomers discover an unusual, slowly evolving superluminous supernova
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
date. PS1-14bj was first detected in November 2013 by an international team of researchers led by Ragnhild Lunnan of the California Institute of Technology. The astronomers used the Pan-STARRS telescope (PS1) on Mount Haleakala in Hawaii to find... Read more
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Lake Placid News
US biochemical engineer wins $1.2 million technology prizeMillennium Technology Prize. The 59-year-old professor of chemical engineering
US biochemical engineer wins $1.2 million technology prize
Lake Placid News / Posted 3 days ago
Millennium Technology Prize. The 59-year-old professor of chemical engineering, bioengineering and biochemistry at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, was cited for "groundbreaking work that has a great impact on areas such as... Read more
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The Mercury News
California professor wins $1.2 million Millennium Technology PrizeMillennium Technology Prize. The 59-year-old professor of chemical engineering
California professor wins $1.2 million Millennium Technology Prize
The Mercury News / Posted 3 days ago
Millennium Technology Prize. The 59-year-old professor of chemical engineering, bioengineering and biochemistry at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, was cited for "groundbreaking work that has a great impact on areas such as... Read more
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The China Post
US biochemist wins award for his work on rewriting of DNA strandsawards the prize at two-year intervals, said in a statement. Arnold, 59, who is
US biochemist wins award for his work on rewriting of DNA strands
The China Post / Posted 3 days ago
awards the prize at two-year intervals, said in a statement. Arnold, 59, who is a professor of chemical engineering at California Institute of Technology, said her work made it possible to "solve human problems," such as replacing toxic... Read more
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PhysOrg
US biochemist wins award for rewriting DNA to mimic evolutionawards the prize at two-year intervals, said in a statement. Arnold, 59, who i
US biochemist wins award for rewriting DNA to mimic evolution
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
awards the prize at two-year intervals, said in a statement. Arnold, 59, who is a professor of chemical engineering at California Institute of Technology, said her work made it possible to "solve human problems", such as replacing toxic... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
US biochemical engineer wins $1.2 million technology prizebecome available in many areas of industry. The prize-awarding committee says
US biochemical engineer wins $1.2 million technology prize
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 3 days ago
become available in many areas of industry. The prize-awarding committee says the 59-year-old professor from the California Institute of Technology "has from the start of her career been a pioneer in a previously male-dominated... Read more
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KTVN Reno
US biochemical engineer wins $1.2 million technology prizebecome available in many areas of industry. The prize-awarding committee says
US biochemical engineer wins $1.2 million technology prize
KTVN Reno / Posted 3 days ago
become available in many areas of industry. The prize-awarding committee says the 59-year-old professor from the California Institute of Technology "has from the start of her career been a pioneer in a previously male-dominated... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
US biochemical engineer wins $1.2 million technology prizebecome available in many areas of industry. The prize-awarding committee says
US biochemical engineer wins $1.2 million technology prize
The Record Searchlight / Posted 3 days ago
become available in many areas of industry. The prize-awarding committee says the 59-year-old professor from the California Institute of Technology "has from the start of her career been a pioneer in a previously male-dominated... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
US biochemical engineer wins $1.2 million technology prizebecome available in many areas of industry. The prize-awarding committee says
US biochemical engineer wins $1.2 million technology prize
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 3 days ago
become available in many areas of industry. The prize-awarding committee says the 59-year-old professor from the California Institute of Technology "has from the start of her career been a pioneer in a previously male-dominated... Read more
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Daily Herald
US biochemical engineer wins $1.2 million technology prizebecome available in many areas of industry. The prize-awarding committee says
US biochemical engineer wins $1.2 million technology prize
Daily Herald / Posted 3 days ago
become available in many areas of industry. The prize-awarding committee says the 59-year-old professor from the California Institute of Technology "has from the start of her career been a pioneer in a previously male-dominated... Read more
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Northwest Herald
2nd Crystal Lake South student was perfect on the ACTunderstand the implications of science.” Teresa has visited several colleges.
2nd Crystal Lake South student was perfect on the ACT
Northwest Herald / Posted 4 days ago
understand the implications of science.” Teresa has visited several colleges. She’s most interested in applying to MIT and California Institute of Technology. She’s still undecided on a major, but wants to study science. The program at MIT this... Read more
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Greenwich Time
These 25 universities carry the best reputations in the world for 2016the overall college ranks roundup. Although Harvard falls at #6 on the WUR list
These 25 universities carry the best reputations in the world for 2016
Greenwich Time / Posted 5 days ago
the overall college ranks roundup. Although Harvard falls at #6 on the WUR list, it comes in at #1 here. Meanwhile, the California Institute of Technology (Cal Tech) here at #10, actually places at #1 on the WUR. Berkeley's reputation places... Read more
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The News-Times
These 25 universities carry the best reputations in the world for 2016the overall college ranks roundup. Although Harvard falls at #6 on the WUR list
These 25 universities carry the best reputations in the world for 2016
The News-Times / Posted 5 days ago
the overall college ranks roundup. Although Harvard falls at #6 on the WUR list, it comes in at #1 here. Meanwhile, the California Institute of Technology (Cal Tech) here at #10, actually places at #1 on the WUR. Berkeley's reputation places... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Miss. campus news: May 22this year. “Gravitational waves are a whole new way to explore the universe,”
Miss. campus news: May 22
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 5 days ago
this year. “Gravitational waves are a whole new way to explore the universe,” Thorne, professor of theoretical physics at California Institute of Technology, said in an Ole Miss news report. “They are the ideal tool for probing phenomena in which... Read more
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The Christian Post
Scientists Creating Human-Animal Embryos Raises Ethical Concernsthe University of Minnesota are conducting similar work. The research is partia
Scientists Creating Human-Animal Embryos Raises Ethical Concerns
The Christian Post / Posted 6 days ago
the University of Minnesota are conducting similar work. The research is partially funded by the Defense Department and the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine. An egg without an embryo glows red among fertilized eggs in an incubator at... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Cue The Political Commentary: Grad Speeches In An Election Yearit in. Here are just a few we're looking forward to: Jessye Norman (May 23) —
Cue The Political Commentary: Grad Speeches In An Election Year
KERA North Texas / Posted 6 days ago
it in. Here are just a few we're looking forward to: Jessye Norman (May 23) — Oberlin College Atul Gawande (June 10) — California Institute of Technology Seth Meyers (June 17) — Northwestern University David Lynch (June 18) — Maharishi... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Cue The Political Commentary: Grad Speeches In An Election Yearit in. Here are just a few we're looking forward to: Jessye Norman (May 23) —
Cue The Political Commentary: Grad Speeches In An Election Year
KPBS San Diego / Posted 6 days ago
it in. Here are just a few we're looking forward to: Jessye Norman (May 23) — Oberlin College Atul Gawande (June 10) — California Institute of Technology Seth Meyers (June 17) — Northwestern University David Lynch (June 18) — Maharishi... Read more
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FOX News
Cell therapy reversed blindness for 47,000 patients in 2015. So why is it against the law?a responsibility to do better for patients and fix this broken system. C. Rand
Cell therapy reversed blindness for 47,000 patients in 2015. So why is it against the law?
FOX News / Posted 7 days ago
a responsibility to do better for patients and fix this broken system. C. Randal Mills is the President and CEO of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine William "Bill" H. Frist, M.D. is a nationally-acclaimed heart and lung... Read more
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NBC News
Scientists Say Nuclear Fuel Pools Pose Safety, Health Risksissues that were not considered," said Joseph E. Shepherd, a professor of aeron
Scientists Say Nuclear Fuel Pools Pose Safety, Health Risks
NBC News / Posted 7 days ago
issues that were not considered," said Joseph E. Shepherd, a professor of aeronautics and mechanical engineering at the California Institute of Technology who chaired the Academies board that conducted the study. Specifically, he was referring... Read more
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PhysOrg
Sudden shifts in the course of a river on a delta may be predicted, thanks to new studyVamsi Ganti from Imperial's Department of Earth Science and Engineering carried
Sudden shifts in the course of a river on a delta may be predicted, thanks to new study
PhysOrg / Posted 7 days ago
Vamsi Ganti from Imperial's Department of Earth Science and Engineering carried out the study with his colleagues while at California Institute of Technology in the USA. It is published in the journal Science Advances. Dr Ganti said: "Around the... Read more
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Island Packet
Atop an Ozark mountain, Chateau Pensmore is a mansion built for millenniahe was 10. His parents had taken the family to Silver Dollar City. He attended
Atop an Ozark mountain, Chateau Pensmore is a mansion built for millennia
Island Packet / Posted 7 days ago
he was 10. His parents had taken the family to Silver Dollar City. He attended Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia and then California Institute of Technology, where he received a master’s in physics. After leaving the CIA, he started a company in... Read more
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PhysOrg
Plant cell wall development revealed in space and time for the first timeof plants to improve the raw ingredients for plant-based products."The study al
Plant cell wall development revealed in space and time for the first time
PhysOrg / Posted 8 days ago
of plants to improve the raw ingredients for plant-based products."The study also included researchers from the University of Cambridge, Mahidol University in Bangkok, Institute Jean-Pierre Bourgin in France and the California Institute of Technolo... Read more
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Petluma360.com
NASA scientist, SRJC grad speaks at graduationPropulsion Laboratory. Hofmann also is a visiting associate and lecturer in ap
NASA scientist, SRJC grad speaks at graduation
Petluma360.com / Posted 9 days ago
Propulsion Laboratory. Hofmann also is a visiting associate and lecturer in applied physics and materials science at the California Institute of Technology. He graduated from SRJC in 2001 with both A.A. and A.S. degrees. He also was ranked in the... Read more
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PhysOrg
How nanotechnology could detect and treat cancernew. In 1959, noted physicist Richard Feynman, PhD, discussed the possibility o
How nanotechnology could detect and treat cancer
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
new. In 1959, noted physicist Richard Feynman, PhD, discussed the possibility of "swallowing the doctor" in a talk at the California Institute of Technology, and British researchers first realized the potential of liposomes for drug delivery in... Read more
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Petluma360.com
NASA scientist and SRJC grad speaks at graduationPropulsion Laboratory. Hofmann is also a visiting associate and lecturer in app
NASA scientist and SRJC grad speaks at graduation
Petluma360.com / Posted 10 days ago
Propulsion Laboratory. Hofmann is also a visiting associate and lecturer in applied physics and materials science at the California Institute of Technology. He graduated from SRJC in 2001 with both A.A. and A.S. degrees. He was also ranked in the... Read more
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The Mercury News
California quake alert system could be operating by 2018state to follow and also for private industry to contribute. The funding would
California quake alert system could be operating by 2018
The Mercury News / Posted 10 days ago
state to follow and also for private industry to contribute. The funding would expand a limited program developed by the California Institute of Technology; the University of California, Berkeley; and the University of Washington in conjunction... Read more
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PhysOrg
Dwarf planet Haumea's lunar system smaller than anticipatedResearch from Luke Burkhart at Yale University, Darin Ragozzine at Florida Inst
Dwarf planet Haumea's lunar system smaller than anticipated
PhysOrg / Posted 11 days ago
Research from Luke Burkhart at Yale University, Darin Ragozzine at Florida Institute of Technology and Michael Brown at California Institute of Technology found that Haumea, a dwarf planet on the edge of our solar system, doesn't have the same... Read more
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KTVU 2 San Francisco
California quake alert system could be operating by 2018state to follow and also for private industry to contribute. The funding would
California quake alert system could be operating by 2018
KTVU 2 San Francisco / Posted 11 days ago
state to follow and also for private industry to contribute. The funding would expand a limited program developed by the California Institute of Technology; the University of California, Berkeley; and the University of Washington in conjunction... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
California quake alert system could be operating by 2018state to follow and also for private industry to contribute. The funding would
California quake alert system could be operating by 2018
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 11 days ago
state to follow and also for private industry to contribute. The funding would expand a limited program developed by the California Institute of Technology; the University of California, Berkeley; and the University of Washington in conjunction... Read more
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The Seattle Times
California quake alert system could be operating by 2018state to follow and also for private industry to contribute. The funding would
California quake alert system could be operating by 2018
The Seattle Times / Posted 11 days ago
state to follow and also for private industry to contribute. The funding would expand a limited program developed by the California Institute of Technology; the University of California, Berkeley; and the University of Washington in conjunction... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Last Month Was The Warmest April Ever Recordedthey start numbing unconsciously,” Craig Chalquist, an eco-psychologist and dep
Last Month Was The Warmest April Ever Recorded
The Huffington Post / Posted 11 days ago
they start numbing unconsciously,” Craig Chalquist, an eco-psychologist and department chair of East-West Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies, told The Huffington Post earlier this month. Highlighting solutions and more... Read more
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The Signal
New Honoree Announced for the WiSH Education Foundation’s Distinguished Alumni Honors Eventproud to announce a new honoree added to their Distinguished Alumni Awards to b
New Honoree Announced for the WiSH Education Foundation’s Distinguished Alumni Honors Event
The Signal / Posted 12 days ago
proud to announce a new honoree added to their Distinguished Alumni Awards to be held on May 21st in the Modular Theater at California Institute of the Arts, beginning at 8pm. Immediately following the show, attendees will proceed to the... Read more
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The Signal
Don Cheadle receives honorary doctorateand actor Don Cheadle stressed the importance of art after receiving an honorar
Don Cheadle receives honorary doctorate
The Signal / Posted 13 days ago
and actor Don Cheadle stressed the importance of art after receiving an honorary doctorate Friday from his alma mater, the California Institute of the Arts. “Art is vital now more than ever,” he said, pointing to the divisive political discourse... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
These 25 universities carry the best reputations in the world for 2016the overall college ranks roundup. Although Harvard falls at #6 on the WUR list
These 25 universities carry the best reputations in the world for 2016
Stamford Advocate / Posted 14 days ago
the overall college ranks roundup. Although Harvard falls at #6 on the WUR list, it comes in at #1 here. Meanwhile, the California Institute of Technology (Cal Tech) here at #10, actually places at #1 on the WUR. Berkeley's reputation places... Read more
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Salon.com
“There is just no such thing as God”: A physicist searches for meaning in the natural worldThis article was originally published by It is time to face reality, Californi
“There is just no such thing as God”: A physicist searches for meaning in the natural world
Salon.com / Posted 15 days ago
This article was originally published by It is time to face reality, California Institute of Technology theoretical physicist Sean Carroll says: There is just no such thing as God, or ghosts, or human souls that reside outside of the body.... Read more
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PhotonicsOnline
UCLA-Led Team Develops New Method To Study Mitochondrial DNA Diseasesaward, and by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, National Institutes
UCLA-Led Team Develops New Method To Study Mitochondrial DNA Diseases
PhotonicsOnline / Posted 15 days ago
award, and by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, the Prostate Cancer Foundation, the Eli and Edythe Broad Center of... Read more
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University of Sydney News
How the spectacular Hawaiian-Emperor seamount chain got its unique bendbend in the Hawaiian-Emperor seamount chain has been uncovered in a collaborati
How the spectacular Hawaiian-Emperor seamount chain got its unique bend
University of Sydney News / Posted 16 days ago
bend in the Hawaiian-Emperor seamount chain has been uncovered in a collaboration between the University of Sydney and the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). Led by a PhD candidate at the University of Sydney’s School of Geosciences,... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Government’s vital communications spectrum should be shared, Matsui arguescomputers slow down, video buffers and cell calls drop. “There’s only a finite
Government’s vital communications spectrum should be shared, Matsui argues
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 16 days ago
computers slow down, video buffers and cell calls drop. “There’s only a finite amount of spectrum,” said Geoffrey Blake, a California Institute of Technology professor of cosmochemistry, the specialized study of the chemical composition of matter... Read more
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PhysOrg
How the spectacular Hawaiian-Emperor seamount chain became so bendybend in the Hawaiian-Emperor seamount chain has been uncovered in a collaborati
How the spectacular Hawaiian-Emperor seamount chain became so bendy
PhysOrg / Posted 16 days ago
bend in the Hawaiian-Emperor seamount chain has been uncovered in a collaboration between the University of Sydney and the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). Led by a PhD candidate at the University of Sydney's School of Geosciences,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Metal content in early galaxies challenges star forming theoryallowed us to determine the metal content of the galaxies." In addition to the
Metal content in early galaxies challenges star forming theory
PhysOrg / Posted 16 days ago
allowed us to determine the metal content of the galaxies." In addition to the telescope time awarded to them through the California Institute of Technology, the team exchanged valuable time on the 8-meter Subaru Telescope, also on Maunakea, for... Read more
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Lake Tahoe News
People picking Calif.'s tomatoes can't afford themcounties struggle with hunger and diet-related health problems, according to a
People picking Calif.'s tomatoes can't afford them
Lake Tahoe News / Posted 17 days ago
counties struggle with hunger and diet-related health problems, according to a new report by the policy research group California Institute for Rural Studies. Nearly half of the workers interviewed in Yolo Count have trouble putting dinner on... Read more
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Market Watch
NASA discovery doubles the number of known planetsnew findings were announced Tuesday at a media briefing by researchers from Pri
NASA discovery doubles the number of known planets
Market Watch / Posted 17 days ago
new findings were announced Tuesday at a media briefing by researchers from Princeton University, Columbia University, the California Institute of Technology and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Ames Research Center at Moffett... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Caltech researchers discover new potential cause for Crohn's diseasetrials don't do a good job of identifying which patients might respond best to
Caltech researchers discover new potential cause for Crohn's disease
News-Medical-Net / Posted 17 days ago
trials don't do a good job of identifying which patients might respond best to treatment, but our experiments in mouse models suggest that, conceptually, you could design clinical trials that are more effective." California Institute of Tech... Read more
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Boston Globe
A kinder, gentler ‘Shark Tank’big GE deal. He’s 80 now. He’s still involved with boards, but it’s mostly nonp
A kinder, gentler ‘Shark Tank’
Boston Globe / Posted 18 days ago
big GE deal. He’s 80 now. He’s still involved with boards, but it’s mostly nonprofit work, such as his board seat at the California Institute of Technology. And he acts as an informal adviser to five children and daughters-in-law, all of them in... Read more
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