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The San Angelo Standard-Times
ASU names 2016 Presidential Award winner, Distinguished Student Award winnersand David Goggin, College of Arts and Sciences; Cadyn Heinze, College of Educat
ASU names 2016 Presidential Award winner, Distinguished Student Award winners
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 7 hours ago
and David Goggin, College of Arts and Sciences; Cadyn Heinze, College of Education; and Braden Weinmann, Archer College of Health and Human Services. Other nominees were Collin Cook, Lacy Neuwirth, Jackson Rebrovich and Walter Paden Reed, all from... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Decolonising the curriculum: The silent war for tomorrowcentre the role and necessity of “curriculum change” in the decolonising projec
Decolonising the curriculum: The silent war for tomorrow
Daily Maverick / Posted 3 days ago
centre the role and necessity of “curriculum change” in the decolonising project of the university as but one example of society-wide systemic change that exists as the subtext of such a process. The debates highlighted in the recent wave of... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
Why the Internet isn't making us smarter – and how to fight backreceptive to misinformation. In fact, the World Economic Forum lists “massive d
Why the Internet isn't making us smarter – and how to fight back
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 5 days ago
receptive to misinformation. In fact, the World Economic Forum lists “massive digital misinformation” as a main threat to society. A survey of 50 “weight loss” websites found that only three provided sound diet advice. Another of roughly 150... Read more
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International Business Times
Start-up London: The Cambridge grads making life-changing prosthesis ready for the NHS comfort is exciting, so too is Oliver and Emil's long term ambition of making t
Start-up London: The Cambridge grads making life-changing prosthesis ready for the NHS
International Business Times / Posted 5 days ago
comfort is exciting, so too is Oliver and Emil's long term ambition of making the technology available through the National Health Service (NHS). "To me, making someone's life better has to happen for the conversation to even happen in the first... Read more
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PhysOrg
How history can help us solve global economic issues"In her history classes, Anne McCants shows MIT students how the quality of a s
How history can help us solve global economic issues
PhysOrg / Posted 5 days ago
"In her history classes, Anne McCants shows MIT students how the quality of a society’s innovation and cultural production is profoundly related to its economy; and that potential genius can be nurtured by a healthy economy, or stymied by extremes of... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Finland’s fighting inequality with education, and winning. What’s their secret?than the two hours of intensive Finnish lessons taken daily in their first year
Finland’s fighting inequality with education, and winning. What’s their secret?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 8 days ago
than the two hours of intensive Finnish lessons taken daily in their first year, these “difficult” students study math, physics, history, biology and chemistry with the other kids. Students are strictly kept together by age, not by ability,... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Iran denying medical care to political prisoners, activists sayActivists have raised concerns about the health of two prisoners held in Iran o
Iran denying medical care to political prisoners, activists say
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 9 days ago
Activists have raised concerns about the health of two prisoners held in Iran on political grounds – an award-winning physicist with cancer and a blogger who has been on hunger strike for nearly a month. In an episode that highlights Iranian... Read more
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The Advocate
Business Honors for April 10, 2016BATON ROUGE Wayne Newhauser, an LSU Department of Physics and Astronomy profes
Business Honors for April 10, 2016
The Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
BATON ROUGE Wayne Newhauser, an LSU Department of Physics and Astronomy professor and director of LSU Medical and Health Physics, has been named a fellow of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine. The designation is in recognition of... Read more
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Zawya
Family of jailed Iranian physicist ask for his release due to cancerLegalIran said on Monday. Omid Kokabee, 34, was arrested while on a visit to Iran f
Family of jailed Iranian physicist ask for his release due to cancerLegal
Zawya / Posted 12 days ago
Iran said on Monday. Omid Kokabee, 34, was arrested while on a visit to Iran from the United States, where he was studying physics at the University of Texas. He was charged with communicating with a hostile government and receiving illegitimate... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
David Dunning: Take care when filling your brainreceptive to misinformation. In fact, the World Economic Forum lists "massive d
David Dunning: Take care when filling your brain
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 days ago
receptive to misinformation. In fact, the World Economic Forum lists "massive digital misinformation" as a main threat to society. A survey of 50 "weight loss" websites found that only three provided sound diet advice. Another of roughly 150... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Family of jailed Iranian physicist ask for his release due to cancerIran said on Monday. Omid Kokabee, 34, was arrested while on a visit to Iran f
Family of jailed Iranian physicist ask for his release due to cancer
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 12 days ago
Iran said on Monday. Omid Kokabee, 34, was arrested while on a visit to Iran from the United States, where he was studying physics at the University of Texas. He was charged with communicating with a hostile government and receiving illegitimate... Read more
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Raw Story
Why the Internet isn’t making us smarter – and how to fight backreceptive to misinformation. In fact, the World Economic Forum lists “massive d
Why the Internet isn’t making us smarter – and how to fight back
Raw Story / Posted 15 days ago
receptive to misinformation. In fact, the World Economic Forum lists “massive digital misinformation” as a main threat to society. A survey of 50 “weight loss” websites found that only three provided sound diet advice. Another of roughly 150... Read more
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PhysOrg
Why the internet isn't making us smarter – and how to fight backreceptive to misinformation. In fact, the World Economic Forum lists "massive d
Why the internet isn't making us smarter – and how to fight back
PhysOrg / Posted 15 days ago
receptive to misinformation. In fact, the World Economic Forum lists "massive digital misinformation" as a main threat to society. A survey of 50 "weight loss" websites found that only three provided sound diet advice. Another of roughly 150... Read more
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The Columbian
Get back to basics with Earth Daymiddling condition,” said Ashley King, the StreamTeam coordinator for Clark Pub
Get back to basics with Earth Day
The Columbian / Posted 15 days ago
middling condition,” said Ashley King, the StreamTeam coordinator for Clark Public Utilities. According to a 2010 stream health report by Clark County’s Environmental Services department, Salmon Creek’s water quality and biological health are... Read more
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PhotonicsOnline
Two-In-One Light Source Provides Functional And Structural Biomedical Imagesthe direction and optical powers similar so that everything stays well-aligned,
Two-In-One Light Source Provides Functional And Structural Biomedical Images
PhotonicsOnline / Posted 15 days ago
the direction and optical powers similar so that everything stays well-aligned,” said Hui Cao, Yale University, Applied Physics Laboratory, who developed the laser system. The researchers report on the new light source, which is based on a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Climate change has dropped off the political radar (and this is a big problem)a carbon tax - Labor, too, believes it has bigger fish to fry, such as pushing
Climate change has dropped off the political radar (and this is a big problem)
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
a carbon tax - Labor, too, believes it has bigger fish to fry, such as pushing forward its credentials on education and health. This reflects a sobering reality: in the last eight years, many Australians' concern over climate change has fallen... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Six UI professors named Guggenheim Fellowsand Grammar: Understanding Language Law." Baron earned his Ph.D. from the Unive
Six UI professors named Guggenheim Fellows
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
and Grammar: Understanding Language Law." Baron earned his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. Dahmen, a professor of physics, has wide-ranging interests in condensed matter physics and statistical physics, involving avalanches, earthquakes,... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Biology is consistently one of the most popular majors among female studentscourse, people take bio,'" she said. "But that's interesting because it could i
Biology is consistently one of the most popular majors among female students
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 18 days ago
course, people take bio,'" she said. "But that's interesting because it could imply that a lot of women are going into the healthcare field — trying to go for nursing or being a doctor." Since Spring 2011, the biology department has been one of... Read more
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The Chicago Maroon
UChicago Faculty Members Awarded Sloan Research Fellowshipsto scientists and scholars whose achievements in eight scientific and technical
UChicago Faculty Members Awarded Sloan Research Fellowships
The Chicago Maroon / Posted 19 days ago
to scientists and scholars whose achievements in eight scientific and technical fields that have the ability to benefit society and improve the quality of American life: chemistry, computer science, economics, mathematics, computational and... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Mark Your Calendar: Loveland-area events for Saturday through Mondayplanting. No experience needed. Light breakfast and lunch provided. Sign up at
Mark Your Calendar: Loveland-area events for Saturday through Monday
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 22 days ago
planting. No experience needed. Light breakfast and lunch provided. Sign up at voc.org/volunteer. Loveland Historical Society Field Trip to Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum, 10:30 a.m., carpool leaves the Fifth Street parking lot across... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
The sugar conspiracy | Ian Leslieof sugar, in the 1960s, a new nutritional orthodoxy was in the process of asser
The sugar conspiracy | Ian Leslie
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 24 days ago
of sugar, in the 1960s, a new nutritional orthodoxy was in the process of asserting itself. Its central tenet was that a healthy diet is a low-fat diet. Yudkin led a diminishing band of dissenters who believed that sugar, not fat, was the more... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Recovering Relationality: From the 'Selfish Gene' to a 'Hyper-Cooperative Species' – Opinion – ABC Religion & Ethics- the freedom to forge the new. It has given us much, but alone it has never be
Recovering Relationality: From the 'Selfish Gene' to a 'Hyper-Cooperative Species' – Opinion – ABC Religion & Ethics
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 25 days ago
- the freedom to forge the new. It has given us much, but alone it has never been the human condition. As a matter of physics, evolutionary biology and ontology, our make-up is one in which separability and situatedness are mutually... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Young, African Women Scientists Inspiring Next Peer Group of Innovatorswomen scientists recognised for their groundbreaking innovations. They are cel
Young, African Women Scientists Inspiring Next Peer Group of Innovators
AllAfrica.com / Posted 29 days ago
women scientists recognised for their groundbreaking innovations. They are cellular immunologist Evelyn Gitau from Kenya, health medical specialist Tolu Oni from Nigeria, theoretical physicist Amanda Weltman and hypertension and heart disease... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
A grieving family blames broken MaineCare system for their son’s deathdoor between fantasy and reality. He wanted to go through it. He had endured f
A grieving family blames broken MaineCare system for their son’s death
Bangor Daily News / Posted 30 days ago
door between fantasy and reality. He wanted to go through it. He had endured frustrating months waiting for the mental health services he relied on in Massachusetts to become available to him in Maine. A constellation of forces worked against... Read more

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