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2014/04/16 21:39
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Researchers at Penn State's Center for Two-Dimensional and Layered Materials and the University of Texas at Dallas have shown the ability to grow high quality, single-layer materials one on top of the...
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2014/04/16 00:04
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DALLAS (Ivanhoe Newswire) - Music is Terry Price's livelihood and passion. As a church choir director, he has performed all over the world. "I just feel like have the greatest job in the world. I do...
2014/04/15 15:42
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Did you forget to set your alarm overnight to catch the "blood moon?" NASA has posted video of Tuesday morning's total lunar eclipse. Watch it: NPR reports: There were "whistles, cheers and howls"...
2014/04/15 13:38
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Teenagers with 'little hope' commit more crimes New York, April 15 : In what could explain the alarming rate of rise in serious offences by teenagers, including rape and murder, researchers have...
2014/04/15 12:39
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... —As companies scrambled in recent days to address the latest cybersecurity bug known as Heartbleed, researchers at The University of Texas at Dallas had a solution that fixes the...
2014/04/12 05:22
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... are just regular college kids': Inside America's first Muslim fraternity Photos show Alif Laam Meem, a Muslim fraternity at the University of Texas at Dallas Pictures were taken by Dylan...
2014/04/10 00:08
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Updated: Wednesday, April 9 2014, 05:25 PM MDT By: Genevieve Curtis EL PASO, Texas – There’s a good chance students at the University of Texas at El Paso will see their tuition increase next...
2014/04/09 02:34
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A Maine university finance administrator has been hired as the next vice chancellor of finance at the University of North Texas system, which has been rocked by financial problems in the past few...
2014/04/03 22:42
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The anti-pot group Project SAM claims drug test data show that marijuana legalization in Washington, approved by voters in that state at the end of 2012, already has made the roads more dangerous. The...
2014/04/01 17:57
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The public safety argument for pot prohibition is taking yet another blow this spring with another study that concludes that crime does not increase as a result of legalizing medical cannabis, and, in...
2014/04/01 09:35
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In 2013, it can be recalled that GM Sadorra who after tying for 1st Place @ 2013 UT Dallas Spring�Open (9-13 March 2013)�had confided to this writer about�his�two (2) long & short-term plan after...
2014/03/27 14:52
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... cautious about saying, 'Medical marijuana laws definitely reduce homicide.' That's not what we're saying," study author Robert Morris, an associate professor of criminology, said in a...
2014/03/26 21:19
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In this Feb. 1, 2011 photo, Harborside Health Center employee Gerard Barber stands behind medical marijuana clone plants at Harborside Health Center in Oakland, Calif. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu) Opponents...
2014/03/25 17:51
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Houston Chronicle. March 22, 2014. Border hyperbole: Bipartisan immigration reform doesn't rile up the crowd. 'Boots on the ground' does Until the political season comes to an end, there's probably...
2014/03/24 23:35
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The University of Texas at Dallas in Richardson has several treasures, and 93-year-old Helen Small is one of them. She's from Ohio and dropped out of college in 1938 to get married and raise a...
2014/03/19 04:40
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... remember stories about the year before I became a Mustang that we didn’t win a single tournament,” Moore said. This year, mock trial’s three teams, Red, Blue and White have done well at...
2014/03/17 08:08
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A collaborative project in North Texas could help physicians and nurses improve communication. Television shows have been using tension between hospital personnel as compelling drama for years. But,...
2014/03/16 05:35
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Tuba player Jantsch to perform, present at UNT The University of North Texas College of Music will welcome guest artist Carol Jantsch, principal tuba player for the Philadelphia Orchestra and the...
2014/03/15 01:22
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Woman sentenced for organized crime A San Angelo woman was sentenced to seven years in prison for organized crime and 180 days in state jail on a felony drug charge. Gloria McLeod, 51, pleaded...
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Alzheimer's is a frightening diagnosis. The disease attacks the intellect, the memory, and eventually, the very identity of a person. Alzheimer's is progressive, leading from mild cognitive impairment...
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