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Athens Banner-Herald
New research consortium designed to advance human healthSteven Stice is leading researchers at the University of Georgia’s Regenerative
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted yesterday
Steven Stice is leading researchers at the University of Georgia’s Regenerative Bioscience Center in a newly-funded research consortium designed to hasten the development of advanced cell therapies to treat a range of chronic diseases, including... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Michigan State-Notre Dame rivalry hits longest break in about 70 yearsEAST LANSING – They are moments ingrained in Michigan State and Notre Dame fans
Detroit Free Press / Posted 4 days ago
EAST LANSING – They are moments ingrained in Michigan State and Notre Dame fans that only need a few words to evoke emotions. It’s a rivalry that spans 120 years and so much shared history beyond the field between the schools. And Saturday’s 79th... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
North Carolina editorial roundupRecent editorials from North Carolina newspapers: Sept. 7 The News & Observer
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 6 days ago
Recent editorials from North Carolina newspapers: Sept. 7 The News & Observer of Raleigh on University of North Carolina Board of Governors criticizing school officials over the recent controversy about a Confederate memorial statue at the Chapel... Read more
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The State News
Leprechaun vs. Sparty: A century laterBefore the Spartans ever waged war with the Michigan Wolverines, there was Notr
The State News / Posted 12 days ago
Before the Spartans ever waged war with the Michigan Wolverines, there was Notre Dame. Despite the close proximity to Ann Arbor and the inevitable in-state rivalry between the two schools, the Spartans wouldn’t meet the Wolverines on the gridiron... Read more
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The State News
Department of Forestry Instructor has unique, historical ties to Tokyo and MSUForestry, though sometimes underrated, is a great recreational activity to prov
The State News / Posted 12 days ago
Forestry, though sometimes underrated, is a great recreational activity to provide peace of mind. It allows one to connect with natural forest environment on a meaningful level, while in an open, secluded area. The study and experience of forestry... Read more
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The Examiner
Jeff Fox: Can Missouri tackle a big idea?Should Missouri pick one key industry – even one massive project – to jump star
The Examiner / Posted 13 days ago
Should Missouri pick one key industry – even one massive project – to jump start innovation as a means of creating more and better-paying jobs? That's among the more provocative of dozens of ideas suggested in a report by the Governor's Innovation... Read more
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The Monroe Evening News
Classes under way for new vocational agriculture program at MCCCAbout a dozen people attended an open house Tuesday on the first vocational agr
The Monroe Evening News / Posted 16 days ago
About a dozen people attended an open house Tuesday on the first vocational agricultural study program at Monroe County Community College. Dean Cousino Monroe News staff reporter CousinoDean About a dozen people attended an open house Tuesday on... Read more
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Salon.com
Americans are confused about food and unsure where to turn for answers, survey showsThis article was originally published on More than one-third of Americans do n
Salon.com / Posted 24 days ago
This article was originally published on More than one-third of Americans do not know that foods with no genetically modified ingredients contain genes, according to the new nationally representative Food Literacy and Engagement Poll we recently... Read more
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The Transcript
Emeritus professor Marty Kalb discusses his art careerAs a college freshman, Marty Kalb planned to go into the hotel business. “I nev
The Transcript / Posted 25 days ago
As a college freshman, Marty Kalb planned to go into the hotel business. “I never thought I would be an artist,” he says. But today the Ohio Wesleyan University emeritus professor of fine arts sits on a bench in the Richard M. Ross Art Museum,... Read more
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Asian journal
FOIA requestDoing it right from the start should be the only ‘rule of thumb’ when emigratin
Asian journal / Posted 26 days ago
Doing it right from the start should be the only ‘rule of thumb’ when emigrating to the U.S. Aliens come to this country for a wide array of reasons, the more common is to join their family and reside here or just visit relatives and friends. There... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Blacks, Hispanics under-represented at UGA, other top schoolsHispanic and African-American students are even more under-represented today th
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 1 months ago
Hispanic and African-American students are even more under-represented today than 35 years ago at elite colleges and universities, including the University of Georgia, according to a New York Times analysis of enrollment and census data. The... Read more
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New Kerala
Life Happens' Annual Life Lessons Scholarship Program Awards USD 170,000 to 22 Inspiring Students - newkerala news #265990ARLINGTON, Va., Aug. 24, 2017 : Faith Haley was days away from her 13th birthda
New Kerala / Posted 1 months ago
ARLINGTON, Va., Aug. 24, 2017 : Faith Haley was days away from her 13th birthday when her father passed away from cancer. Samuel Skinner lost both of his parents within two short years by the age of 14. The experience of losing a parent or guardian... Read more

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