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2015/03/30 16:39
2015/03/30 16:39
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This study for Geology addresses the role of such large, rare events in shaping landscapes by documenting the location and size of landslides and debris flows. Anderson and colleagues use...
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2015/03/30 07:55
2015/03/30 07:55
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Fecal transplantation for patients with Clostridium difficile infection may be a more effective treatment strategy than previously thought, according to a new study. The researchers found that FMT...
2015/03/29 07:13
2015/03/29 07:13
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When William Takahashi completed his medical residency in Chicago, options were limited in the United States for a first generation Japanese doctor. Born in Japan in 1914, Takahashi's family...
2015/03/29 06:18
2015/03/29 06:18
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They rode into town to clamoring crowds and shouts of hosannas, to palm fronds lofted. Actually, it was the Nazarene who rode. And he was famously seated on the humblest of steeds, a donkey. But...
2015/03/27 21:33
2015/03/27 21:33
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Revelations this week that American high school students were caught tweeting about questions on nationwide standardized tests have fueled fundamental concerns about the latest approach to measuring...
2015/03/26 18:33
2015/03/26 18:33
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When Al Visconti was diagnosed with synovial sarcoma in 2004, his son was only 4 weeks old. Intense chemotherapy followed, as well as debates about whether the affected leg would need to be...
2015/03/25 21:18
2015/03/25 21:18
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In 2002, the law was enacted as a reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, with the intent of setting high standards for students and holding schools accountable to meet...
2015/03/25 18:40
2015/03/25 18:40
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A University of Colorado Boulder study shows a ubiquitous type of phytoplankton—tiny organisms that are the base of the marine food web - appears to be suffering from the effects of ocean...
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2015/03/25 16:29
2015/03/25 16:29
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Hearing the voices of six-dozen singers melding to achieve the majesty of Schubert's "Mass in G" is a musical experience unlike any other. Broomfield music lovers and arts patrons will get their...
2015/03/25 03:55
2015/03/25 03:55
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American universities are enrolling unprecedented numbers of foreign students, prompted by the rise of an affluent class in China and generous scholarships offered by oil-rich Gulf states such as...
2015/03/24 17:38
2015/03/24 17:38
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Wallops Island, Va. – Six university experiments from undergraduate college students will be launching into the suborbital atmosphere aboard a NASA Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket from...
2015/03/24 10:19
2015/03/24 10:19
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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the University of Michigan's historic 1965 teach-in protest of the Vietnam War, professors and activists have teamed up to "commemorate through emulation" and host...
2015/03/23 21:09
2015/03/23 21:09
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Keynote speaker Kathleen Sebelius, then-Secretary of Health and Human Services, with CWA leaders and university officials at opening-day ceremonies in 2014 (Conference on World Affairs) What is the...
2015/03/23 19:39
2015/03/23 19:39
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Western U.S. forests killed by the mountain pine beetle epidemic are no more at risk to burn than healthy Western forests, according to new findings by the University of Colorado Boulder that fly in...
2015/03/23 17:53
2015/03/23 17:53
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NEW YORK — Common Core tests for students are debuting this spring, but after years of bruising attacks from both the left and right, the groups tapped by the federal government to develop them are...
2015/03/23 00:27
2015/03/23 00:27
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A small transparent roundworm with the remarkable ability to self-heal may hold the secret to treating nerve injuries and spinal cord injuries. In a University of Queensland study published in...
2015/03/22 10:19
2015/03/22 10:19
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In March 1965, Thomas Mayer wasn't unlike many other 20-somethings around Ann Arbor and the rest of the country. The United States' involvement in the Vietnam War was at its peak with more than...
2015/03/21 12:57
2015/03/21 12:57
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Although much of the United States has been shivering this winter, there's been another worrying sign of warming temperatures farther north. The cap of sea ice that spreads across the Arctic Ocean in...
2015/03/20 14:53
2015/03/20 14:53
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NEW YORK — Common Core tests for students are debuting on time this spring, but after years of bruising attacks from both the left and right, the groups tapped by the federal government to develop...
2015/03/20 14:33
2015/03/20 14:33
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Weird things are happening on Mars again. As space technology improves, our ability to understand the cosmos gets better and better. But the latest advancements in satellites and imaging systems also...
2015/03/30 16:39
2015/03/30 16:39
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