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The Morning Call
Easton exhibit honors Lehigh Valley artist Tom Burkeartists of his generation he left his hometown to come to New York and received
Easton exhibit honors Lehigh Valley artist Tom Burke
The Morning Call / Posted an hour ago
artists of his generation he left his hometown to come to New York and received his MFA in painting and drawing from the City University of New York, Queens College in 1977. Tom moved to the Lehigh Valley in 1979 with his wife and began a career... Read more
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PhysOrg
Tuned gels reveal molecules that drive stem cell differentiationwhereas soft surfaces give rise to neuron-like cells. With this information, su
Tuned gels reveal molecules that drive stem cell differentiation
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
whereas soft surfaces give rise to neuron-like cells. With this information, supramolecular chemist Rein Ulijn of the City University of New York and the University of Strathclyde developed an approach to producing gels on the basis of... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Affordable housing 101: Why not build more granny units?while 37 percent are used by homeowners as housing, office or studio space. El
Affordable housing 101: Why not build more granny units?
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 3 days ago
while 37 percent are used by homeowners as housing, office or studio space. Els de Graauw, an assistant professor at the City University of New York, appreciated the cozy — to say the least — comforts of Chapple’s unit when she rented it earlier... Read more
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The Mercury News
Affordable housing 101: Why not build more granny units?while 37 percent are used by homeowners as housing, office or studio space. El
Affordable housing 101: Why not build more granny units?
The Mercury News / Posted 3 days ago
while 37 percent are used by homeowners as housing, office or studio space. Els de Graauw, an assistant professor at the City University of New York, appreciated the cozy -- to say the least -- comforts of Chapple's unit when she rented it... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Minimum wage can boost job creation, economy - labour expertssays. Picture: Christa Eybers/EWN. economy,National Minimum Wage,Minimum wage
Minimum wage can boost job creation, economy - labour experts
Eye Witness News / Posted 3 days ago
says. Picture: Christa Eybers/EWN. economy,National Minimum Wage,Minimum wage JOHANNESBURG - Labour experts at the City University of New York say if South Africa implements a minimum wage it will boost job creation and economic... Read more
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The Hill
What we can learn about immigration from one Democratic convention speakercivically engaged communities and full political participation. Brown is an as
What we can learn about immigration from one Democratic convention speaker
The Hill / Posted 4 days ago
civically engaged communities and full political participation. Brown is an assistant professor of public policy at the City University of New York, Graduate Center and John Jay College. His book, "Immigrants and Electoral Politics," will be... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Dr. Theodore N. Cohenand numerous nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. Dr. Cohen received
Dr. Theodore N. Cohen
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 6 days ago
and numerous nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. Dr. Cohen received a bachelor of science degree from the City University of New York, and a master of arts degree from Columbia University. He attended Chicago Medical School, Class... Read more
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Japan Today
Bloodshed fills headlines, confronting public with anxiety ‹ Japan Todayapart,” said Steve Gorelick, a criminologist and lecturer in the department of
Bloodshed fills headlines, confronting public with anxiety ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 8 days ago
apart,” said Steve Gorelick, a criminologist and lecturer in the department of film and media studies at Hunter College City University of New York. “How are we supposed to solve or even think about all these things at once? You can’t.” If... Read more
8d
Fortune
Donald Trump Is Fighting For America's Ego and His Ownit big before he hit 40. “He was at the top of his own pyramid,” says Stanley
Donald Trump Is Fighting For America's Ego and His Own
Fortune / Posted 8 days ago
it big before he hit 40. “He was at the top of his own pyramid,” says Stanley Renshon, a political psychologist at the City University of New York who is writing a book about Trump. “Nobody was going to say, ‘Donald, tone it down.'” Through... Read more
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Irish Central
The serious side to Paul Krugman’s leprechaun economicsbit of an idiot at the same time? Step forward Paul Krugman and take a bow. Th
The serious side to Paul Krugman’s leprechaun economics
Irish Central / Posted 8 days ago
bit of an idiot at the same time? Step forward Paul Krugman and take a bow. The distinguished New York Times columnist and City University of New York professor's tweet last week calling the official 26 percent figure for economic growth in Ireland... Read more
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TribLIVE
For Trump, it’s about America’s ego — and hisit big before he hit 40. “He was at the top of his own pyramid,” says Stanley
For Trump, it’s about America’s ego — and his
TribLIVE / Posted 8 days ago
it big before he hit 40. “He was at the top of his own pyramid,” says Stanley Renshon, a political psychologist at the City University of New York who is writing a book about Trump. “Nobody was going to say, ‘Donald, tone it down.' ” Through... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Choices don't resolve most racial, economic isolation in Duval schoolsmany different backgrounds,” she said. There are skeptics. L’Heureux Lewis-McC
Choices don't resolve most racial, economic isolation in Duval schools
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 9 days ago
many different backgrounds,” she said. There are skeptics. L’Heureux Lewis-McCoy, an associate professor of sociology at City University of New York, said he believes tackling unfair conditions at schools will better extend academic opportunities... Read more
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The Atlantic
Can Training Programs Help Improve Police-Community Relations?do,” said Delores Jones-Brown, the founding director of the John Jay College Ce
Can Training Programs Help Improve Police-Community Relations?
The Atlantic / Posted 9 days ago
do,” said Delores Jones-Brown, the founding director of the John Jay College Center on Race, Crime and Justice at the City University of New York, where she currently serves as faculty research fellow. Police have been shown to have an... Read more
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The Mercury News
Bloodshed fills headlines from Nice to Baton Rouge, confronting public with anxietyapart," said Steve Gorelick, a criminologist and lecturer in the department of
Bloodshed fills headlines from Nice to Baton Rouge, confronting public with anxiety
The Mercury News / Posted 10 days ago
apart," said Steve Gorelick, a criminologist and lecturer in the department of film and media studies at Hunter College City University of New York. "How are we supposed to solve or even think about all these things at once? You can't." If... Read more
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Marshall Independent
Bloodshed fills headlines, confronting public with anxietyapart," said Steve Gorelick, a criminologist and lecturer in the department of
Bloodshed fills headlines, confronting public with anxiety
Marshall Independent / Posted 10 days ago
apart," said Steve Gorelick, a criminologist and lecturer in the department of film and media studies at Hunter College City University of New York. "How are we supposed to solve or even think about all these things at once? You can't." If... Read more
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11d
Daily Herald
Bloodshed fills headlines, confronting public with anxietyapart," said Steve Gorelick, a criminologist and lecturer in the department of
Bloodshed fills headlines, confronting public with anxiety
Daily Herald / Posted 11 days ago
apart," said Steve Gorelick, a criminologist and lecturer in the department of film and media studies at Hunter College City University of New York. "How are we supposed to solve or even think about all these things at once? You can't." If... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Bloodshed fills headlines, confronting public with anxietyapart,” said Steve Gorelick, a criminologist and lecturer in the department of
Bloodshed fills headlines, confronting public with anxiety
The Seattle Times / Posted 11 days ago
apart,” said Steve Gorelick, a criminologist and lecturer in the department of film and media studies at Hunter College City University of New York. “How are we supposed to solve or even think about all these things at once? You can’t.” If... Read more
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Business Insider
Malcolm Gladwell is arguing that colleges sacrifice admitting low-income students for delicious dining-hall food — and people think it's ridiculouswithout the resources of Vassar or Bowdoin, admit far larger shares of Pell-eli
Malcolm Gladwell is arguing that colleges sacrifice admitting low-income students for delicious dining-hall food — and people think it's ridiculous
Business Insider / Posted 11 days ago
without the resources of Vassar or Bowdoin, admit far larger shares of Pell-eligible students. At Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, also known for the high quality of its liberal arts offerings, about half of students are... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Who Do Bigots Blame for Police Shootings in America? Israel, of Course!the part of SJP should come as no surprise, given that the same organization bl
Who Do Bigots Blame for Police Shootings in America? Israel, of Course!
The Jewish Press / Posted 12 days ago
the part of SJP should come as no surprise, given that the same organization blamed Zionism for rising tuition costs in the City University of New York college system. The essence of anti-Semitism is the bigoted claim that if there is a problem,... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
Top New York City pension payoutsThe top pension payout in the NYC Teachers Retirement System in 2015 was $561,2
Top New York City pension payouts
Staten Island Advance / Posted 12 days ago
The top pension payout in the NYC Teachers Retirement System in 2015 was $561,286 for a employee at the City University of New York who retired in February 2012, according the most recent data available on SeeThroughNY. The database was set up by... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Greenwich
Pace's Hill Named Dean Of Seidenberg School Of Computer Scienceaddition to a Bachelor of Arts in international relations from the University o
Pace's Hill Named Dean Of Seidenberg School Of Computer Science
The Daily Voice - Greenwich / Posted 13 days ago
addition to a Bachelor of Arts in international relations from the University of the Pacific, Dr. Hill holds a Master of Business Administration from the City University of New York (CUNY) and a Doctor of Professional Studies from Pace Univ... Read more
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The Hindu
For Donald Trump, it’s about America’s ego — and his ownit big before he hit 40. “He was at the top of his own pyramid,” says Stanley
For Donald Trump, it’s about America’s ego — and his own
The Hindu / Posted 15 days ago
it big before he hit 40. “He was at the top of his own pyramid,” says Stanley Renshon, a political psychologist at the City University of New York who is writing a book on Mr. Trump. “Nobody was going to say, ‘Donald, tone it down.’” Through... Read more
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The Economic Times
For Donald Trump, it's about America's ego and his ownfather had warned about. ``He was at the top of his own pyramid,'' says Stanle
For Donald Trump, it's about America's ego and his own
The Economic Times / Posted 16 days ago
father had warned about. ``He was at the top of his own pyramid,'' says Stanley Renshon, a political psychologist at the City University of New York who is writing a book about Trump. ``Nobody was going to say, `Donald, tone it down.''' Trump,... Read more
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The Washington Times
Chasing the presidency is Donald Trump’s ultimate ego triphis father had warned about. “He was at the top of his own pyramid,” says Stan
Chasing the presidency is Donald Trump’s ultimate ego trip
The Washington Times / Posted 16 days ago
his father had warned about. “He was at the top of his own pyramid,” says Stanley Renshon, a political psychologist at the City University of New York who is writing a book about Trump. “Nobody was going to say, ‘Donald, tone it down.’” Trump, who... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Chasing the presidency is Donald Trump's ultimate ego triphis father had warned about. "He was at the top of his own pyramid," says Stan
Chasing the presidency is Donald Trump's ultimate ego trip
Calgary Sun / Posted 16 days ago
his father had warned about. "He was at the top of his own pyramid," says Stanley Renshon, a political psychologist at the City University of New York who is writing a book about Trump. "Nobody was going to say, 'Donald, tone it down.'" Trump, who... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Trump's ultimate ego trip - chasing the presidencyit big before he hit 40. "He was at the top of his own pyramid," says Stanley
Trump's ultimate ego trip - chasing the presidency
News 24 South Africa / Posted 16 days ago
it big before he hit 40. "He was at the top of his own pyramid," says Stanley Renshon, a political psychologist at the City University of New York who is writing a book about Trump. "Nobody was going to say, 'Donald, tone it down.'" Through... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Chasing the presidency is Donald Trump's ultimate ego triphis father had warned about. "He was at the top of his own pyramid," says Stan
Chasing the presidency is Donald Trump's ultimate ego trip
Brandon Sun / Posted 16 days ago
his father had warned about. "He was at the top of his own pyramid," says Stanley Renshon, a political psychologist at the City University of New York who is writing a book about Trump. "Nobody was going to say, 'Donald, tone it down.'" Trump, who... Read more
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The Hill
The open access wrecking ballS. Lubell is director of public affairs of the American Physical Society and th
The open access wrecking ball
The Hill / Posted 16 days ago
S. Lubell is director of public affairs of the American Physical Society and the Mark W. Zemansky Professor of Physics at the City College of the City University of New York. He writes and speaks widely about scientific research and science p... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
Chasing the presidency is Donald Trump's ultimate ego triphis father had warned about. "He was at the top of his own pyramid," says Stan
Chasing the presidency is Donald Trump's ultimate ego trip
Staten Island Advance / Posted 16 days ago
his father had warned about. "He was at the top of his own pyramid," says Stanley Renshon, a political psychologist at the City University of New York who is writing a book about Trump. "Nobody was going to say, 'Donald, tone it down.'" Trump, who... Read more
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Lake Placid News
The Wizard of Id and Ego: Trump chases win, keeps up guardhis father had warned about. "He was at the top of his own pyramid," says Stan
The Wizard of Id and Ego: Trump chases win, keeps up guard
Lake Placid News / Posted 16 days ago
his father had warned about. "He was at the top of his own pyramid," says Stanley Renshon, a political psychologist at the City University of New York who is writing a book about Trump. "Nobody was going to say, 'Donald, tone it down.'" Trump, who... Read more
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16d
Crain's New York Business
The largest New York-area construction companies had sky-high growth during the building boomYork for a while, but primarily our work has been on the institutional side, wi
The largest New York-area construction companies had sky-high growth during the building boom
Crain's New York Business / Posted 16 days ago
York for a while, but primarily our work has been on the institutional side, with New York-Presbyterian, New York state and City University of New York being big clients,” said William J. Gilbane III, senior vice president at Gilbane’s New York... Read more
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Inquirier.net
The Wizard of Id and Ego: Trump chases win, keeps up guardhis father had warned about. “He was at the top of his own pyramid,” says Stan
The Wizard of Id and Ego: Trump chases win, keeps up guard
Inquirier.net / Posted 16 days ago
his father had warned about. “He was at the top of his own pyramid,” says Stanley Renshon, a political psychologist at the City University of New York who is writing a book about Trump. “Nobody was going to say, ‘Donald, tone it down.'” Trump, who... Read more
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Salon.com
The Wizard of Id and Ego: Trump chases win, keeps up guardhis father had warned about. “He was at the top of his own pyramid,” says Stan
The Wizard of Id and Ego: Trump chases win, keeps up guard
Salon.com / Posted 16 days ago
his father had warned about. “He was at the top of his own pyramid,” says Stanley Renshon, a political psychologist at the City University of New York who is writing a book about Trump. “Nobody was going to say, ‘Donald, tone it down.'” Trump, who... Read more
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dna
Super-sniffer mice may help detect land mines in the futureto any smell by using mouse or human odour receptors, were created by researche
Super-sniffer mice may help detect land mines in the future
dna / Posted 17 days ago
to any smell by using mouse or human odour receptors, were created by researchers at Hunter College, part of the City University of New York. The technology, a transgenic approach to engineering the mouse genome, could also provide... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
In Texas district, Hispanics don't exercise political heft2,500 votes. (Rep. Hurd did not reply to several requests for an interview for
In Texas district, Hispanics don't exercise political heft
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 17 days ago
2,500 votes. (Rep. Hurd did not reply to several requests for an interview for this story). According to a study by The City University of New York commissioned by CNN en Español, 40% of Texans identify themselves as Latino, twice as many as in... Read more
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4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville
In Texas district, Hispanics don't exercise political heft2,500 votes. (Rep. Hurd did not reply to several requests for an interview for
In Texas district, Hispanics don't exercise political heft
4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville / Posted 17 days ago
2,500 votes. (Rep. Hurd did not reply to several requests for an interview for this story). According to a study by The City University of New York commissioned by CNN en Español, 40% of Texans identify themselves as Latino, twice as many as in... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Former teacher Jennifer DiBrienza to run for Palo Alto school boardleaders, she said, also funded her participation in an administrative credentia
Former teacher Jennifer DiBrienza to run for Palo Alto school board
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 18 days ago
leaders, she said, also funded her participation in an administrative credentialing program at Baruch College of the City University of New York. In 2001, she moved to San Francisco with her now husband and began a doctorate program in... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
Banaue Miclat-Janssen directs ‘The Female Heart’of Professor Emeritus Tony Mabesa, and a Master of Fine Arts in Acting degree h
Banaue Miclat-Janssen directs ‘The Female Heart’
Manila Standard Today / Posted 18 days ago
of Professor Emeritus Tony Mabesa, and a Master of Fine Arts in Acting degree holder from the Brooklyn College of the City University of New York (Brooklyn College-CUNY), Miclat-Janssen won an Aliw Award for Best Performance for a New Concept... Read more
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ABC News
Correction: Obit-Brown StoryD.C., Brown held a doctorate from New York University. He served as president o
Correction: Obit-Brown Story
ABC News / Posted 18 days ago
D.C., Brown held a doctorate from New York University. He served as president of the Bronx Community College at the City University of New York and director of the Institute of Afro-American Affairs at New York University. He was later... Read more
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KCCI 8 Des Moines
Many Hispanic voters in New Mexico proud of Spanish ancestryAlbuquerque. Today, New Mexico has the largest percentage of Hispanics in the
Many Hispanic voters in New Mexico proud of Spanish ancestry
KCCI 8 Des Moines / Posted 18 days ago
Albuquerque. Today, New Mexico has the largest percentage of Hispanics in the United States. According to a study by The City University of New York, commissioned by CNN en Español, 45% of the state's more than 2 million residents identify... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Colleges' student-visa use scrutinizedwhich accept a combined six graduates per year. Babson is now taking applicatio
Colleges' student-visa use scrutinized
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 19 days ago
which accept a combined six graduates per year. Babson is now taking applications for up to 10 entrepreneurs. At the City University of New York, a new program aims to draw 80 business owners from around the world -- not just graduates of... Read more
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PhysOrg
Massive open-access database on human cultures createdRelations Area Files, Washington University in Saint Louis, University of Michi
Massive open-access database on human cultures created
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
Relations Area Files, Washington University in Saint Louis, University of Michigan, American Museum of Natural History, and City University of New York. The diverse team included: linguists; anthropologists; biogeographers; data scientists;... Read more
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Slate
This Incredibly Rare Disorder Reduces People to Younger and Less Competent Versions of Themselves. Why?and diagonal words as fast as she does the regular ones,” laments Bernardo, a r
This Incredibly Rare Disorder Reduces People to Younger and Less Competent Versions of Themselves. Why?
Slate / Posted 21 days ago
and diagonal words as fast as she does the regular ones,” laments Bernardo, a recently retired literature professor at the City University of New York who speaks Italian as well as English. “She crushes me.” Gina needs constant care and... Read more
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Brisbane Times
'Sniffer mice' may soon be used to detect bombsengineered mice did not dramatically change. Professor Feinstein led the resea
'Sniffer mice' may soon be used to detect bombs
Brisbane Times / Posted 22 days ago
engineered mice did not dramatically change. Professor Feinstein led the research team from Hunter College, a part of the City University of New York. The team has received funding from the US Department of Defence to develop super-sniffing... Read more
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WA Today
'Sniffer mice' may soon be used to detect bombsengineered mice did not dramatically change. Professor Feinstein led the resea
'Sniffer mice' may soon be used to detect bombs
WA Today / Posted 22 days ago
engineered mice did not dramatically change. Professor Feinstein led the research team from Hunter College, a part of the City University of New York. The team has received funding from the US Department of Defence to develop super-sniffing... Read more
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The Age
'Sniffer mice' may soon be used to detect bombsengineered mice did not dramatically change. Professor Feinstein led the resea
'Sniffer mice' may soon be used to detect bombs
The Age / Posted 22 days ago
engineered mice did not dramatically change. Professor Feinstein led the research team from Hunter College, a part of the City University of New York. ''Sniffer mice'' could play a similar role to sniffer dogs, scientists say. Photo: Joe... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Sniffer mice' may soon be used to detect bombsengineered mice did not dramatically change. Professor Feinstein led the resea
'Sniffer mice' may soon be used to detect bombs
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 days ago
engineered mice did not dramatically change. Professor Feinstein led the research team from Hunter College, a part of the City University of New York. ''Sniffer mice'' could play a similar role to sniffer dogs, scientists say. Photo: Joe... Read more
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Canberra Times
'Sniffer mice' may soon be used to detect bombsengineered mice did not dramatically change. Professor Feinstein led the resea
'Sniffer mice' may soon be used to detect bombs
Canberra Times / Posted 22 days ago
engineered mice did not dramatically change. Professor Feinstein led the research team from Hunter College, a part of the City University of New York. The team has received funding from the US Department of Defence to develop super-sniffing... Read more
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