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2014/11/24 18:08
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... been awarded the Tulip Award in DNA Computing and Molecular Programming by the International Society for Nanoscale Science and Computing in 2007, and has been named a Pascal Professor at Leiden...
2014/11/24 18:08
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2014/11/24 16:38
2014/11/24 16:38
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... beforehand.” The highly controversial idea that electromagnetic fields can affect our health was first raised in the Sixties, when American doctor Robert O. Becker campaigned against...
2014/11/24 08:34
2014/11/24 08:34
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... me and excite me.” He added that the process of figuring out various major issues in society has figured heavily in his postgraduate life, including his current work as a Fulbright...
2014/11/23 07:17
2014/11/23 07:17
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... the top honors and a $3,000 individual scholarship for research on improving reproductive health through meiosis. Research on aortic-derived mesenchymal stem cells earned William Crugnola of...
2014/11/20 19:04
2014/11/20 19:04
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... from Tampa, Fla. (Armwood), Zilbar is majoring in biology with a minor in pre-health and carries a 3.84 grade point average. He has been selected to the Capital One Academic...
2014/11/20 03:56
2014/11/20 03:56
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... positions of power often make no attempt to affirm their actions; rather, they demand that society abandon all conscience and sense of natural law. They do not ask for forgiveness; they order...
2014/11/19 16:20
2014/11/19 16:20
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... he is thrilled to be here and pledges to “commit every ounce of my energy ... to advance the health and vitality of the Univeristy of Illinois.” "There's no place better than a comprehensive...
2014/11/19 15:20
2014/11/19 15:20
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... he is thrilled to be here and pledges to “commit every ounce of my energy ... to advance the health and vitality of the Univeristy of Illinois.” "There's no place beter than a comprehensive...
2014/11/17 18:42
2014/11/17 18:42
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... of this week's special session on global brain initiatives at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. Titled "Implications for Science Funding in an Era of Global Brain...
2014/11/16 23:07
2014/11/16 23:07
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... is one of the elements that can be released in a nuclear disaster, according to the Health Physics Society, a nonprofit scientific professional organization focused on the science and...
2014/11/14 20:06
2014/11/14 20:06
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... caregivers understand important end-of-life issues, including advance directives and other health considerations. 1:30-3:30 p.m., Community Foundation for Monterey County Conference Room,...
2014/11/13 21:39
2014/11/13 21:39
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... well as the science plans for the Pluto encounter, today at the American Astronomical Society Division for Planetary Sciences (DPS) meeting in Tucson, Arizona. "New Horizons is healthy...
2014/11/13 18:30
2014/11/13 18:30
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... creation of innovative Communities of Excellence that address large issues facing humankind, society and the globe,” Zukoski said. “These issues will be of such scale that they cannot be...
2014/11/13 10:30
2014/11/13 10:30
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... things are as a result of conscious effort to move forward, to progress as a people and as a society or community." He noted: "The MHA institute in California defines creativity as the ability...
2014/11/12 18:19
2014/11/12 18:19
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FLINT, MI -- One Kettering University professor hopes to change the way the health community looks at treatment for ocular cancer. Prem Vaishnava, Kettering physics professor, partnered with Hakan...
2014/11/12 15:21
2014/11/12 15:21
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... the Centers for Disease Control and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, is among the self-described “spontaneous collection” of around 10 citizens pushing for...
2014/11/10 06:37
2014/11/10 06:37
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... injury away from obscurity. Core skills are absent from our graduates at great peril to civil society. Discipline is the hallmark of success, even for those born gifted in brain or muscle or...
2014/11/10 01:27
2014/11/10 01:27
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... working on solutions for some of the world’s toughest issues around environment, health, education and politics. Media are welcome to contact experts listed below directly for...
2014/11/08 09:17
2014/11/08 09:17
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... that the universe is not necessarily deterministic – that is, rigidly bound by the laws of physics – then you are a “libertarian.” Psychologists have suggested that we all tend to be natural...
2014/11/07 17:38
2014/11/07 17:38
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... there is a lack of women in science? For one, it means women might not get the quality of health care that men receive. It's now widely acknowledged that countless women with heart disease...
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