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Philly.com
In midst of opioid crisis, Camden desperately needs free needle exchangechallenge — that of an AIDS epidemic. Cecilia Fix MD is a recent graduate of t
Philly.com / Posted 3 hours ago
challenge — that of an AIDS epidemic. Cecilia Fix MD is a recent graduate of the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Columbia University Medical Center and an HIV doctor in Camden New Jersey. fix-cecilia@cooperhealth.edu We encourage... Read more
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Greenwich Time
The FCC Has Repealed Net Neutrality, But Nobody Is Certain What Happens Nextat least, to "not block, throttle, or discriminate against lawful content." Th
Greenwich Time / Posted 3 hours ago
at least, to "not block, throttle, or discriminate against lawful content." That pledge, to some, including Tim Wu, the Columbia University professor who coined the term "net neutrality,'' simply underscores the point that ISPs will no longer be... Read more
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The News-Times
The FCC Has Repealed Net Neutrality, But Nobody Is Certain What Happens Nextat least, to "not block, throttle, or discriminate against lawful content." Th
The News-Times / Posted 5 hours ago
at least, to "not block, throttle, or discriminate against lawful content." That pledge, to some, including Tim Wu, the Columbia University professor who coined the term "net neutrality,'' simply underscores the point that ISPs will no longer be... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The FCC Has Repealed Net Neutrality, But Nobody Is Certain What Happens Nextat least, to "not block, throttle, or discriminate against lawful content." Th
Stamford Advocate / Posted 5 hours ago
at least, to "not block, throttle, or discriminate against lawful content." That pledge, to some, including Tim Wu, the Columbia University professor who coined the term "net neutrality,'' simply underscores the point that ISPs will no longer be... Read more
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asianage
Ketamine can significantly reduce suicidal thoughtsketamine, a drug used to start and maintain anesthesia, can reduce suicidal tho
asianage / Posted 9 hours ago
ketamine, a drug used to start and maintain anesthesia, can reduce suicidal thoughts in depressed patients. Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) also found that ketamine's anti-suicidal effects occurred within hours after its... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
New drug could reduce suicidal thoughts drasticallyResearchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) also found that ketami
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 9 hours ago
Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) also found that ketamine's anti-suicidal effects occurred within hours after its administration. "There is a critical window in which depressed patients, who are suicidal, need rapid relief to... Read more
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CaptivaSanibel.com
Bernice KupsawBunny returned to New York; finished her college degree; and completed a master
CaptivaSanibel.com / Posted 10 hours ago
Bunny returned to New York; finished her college degree; and completed a master's degree in early childhood education at Columbia University. After the war Murray and Bunny moved to Newington, Connecticut and started a baby boomer family. Wendy... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Chat with...Outgoing selectman Avi Kaner, who reflects on past 12 yearswould suit him considering his job at Booz Allen Hamilton focusing in financial
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 12 hours ago
would suit him considering his job at Booz Allen Hamilton focusing in financial services and the MBA he’d earned at from Columbia University. “The next day I called back the interviewers and said, ‘Thank you, but I think you should offer it to... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Vampires, Zombies, And 'Hooking-Up': 37 Examples Of Real College Courses That Are Almost Too Crazy To Believeof Florida) #28 RELI GU 4355: The African American Prophetic Political Traditi
Zero Hedge / Posted 16 hours ago
of Florida) #28 RELI GU 4355: The African American Prophetic Political Tradition from David Walker to Barack Obama (Columbia University) #29 RELG 032: Queering God: Feminist and Queer Theology (Swarthmore College) #30 RELG 033: Queering... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Global warming boosted Hurricane Harvey's rainfall by at least 15 percent, studies findevent had probably increased tenfold but at the very least had tripled. "Thirt
Chicago Tribune / Posted 16 hours ago
event had probably increased tenfold but at the very least had tripled. "Thirty-eight percent seems pretty big," Columbia University research professor Suzana Camargo, an expert on extreme weather, said when she looked over a poster... Read more
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Slate
The New Yorker’s Serial-Killer Detector Story Was Fascinating. Here’s How to Best Use That Data.set, be on the lookout for anomalies in reporting. Andrew Gelman is a professo
Slate / Posted 17 hours ago
set, be on the lookout for anomalies in reporting. Andrew Gelman is a professor of statistics and political science at Columbia University and author of several books, most recently Bayesian Data Analysis. Michael D. Maltz is an emeritus... Read more
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KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
Global warming boosted Hurricane Harvey's rainfall by at least 15 percent, studies findreality of the warmer world. “They have not been improving the maps as they sh
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted 18 hours ago
reality of the warmer world. “They have not been improving the maps as they should. They’re treating that as static,” said Columbia University research professor Suzana Camargo, an expert on extreme weather. And flood maps are just maps, by the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The FCC Has Repealed Net Neutrality, But Nobody Is Certain What Happens Nextat least, to "not block, throttle, or discriminate against lawful content." Th
Connecticut Post / Posted 20 hours ago
at least, to "not block, throttle, or discriminate against lawful content." That pledge, to some, including Tim Wu, the Columbia University professor who coined the term "net neutrality,'' simply underscores the point that ISPs will no longer be... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Oy vey! Can South Florida enthusiasts keep Yiddish alive?enthusiasts have died. “It will never die,” said Miriam Hoffman, a Coral Sprin
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 22 hours ago
enthusiasts have died. “It will never die,” said Miriam Hoffman, a Coral Springs resident and retired Yiddish professor at Columbia University. “Yiddish is a vibrant and vital language.” But the number of speakers is declining. Yiddish, a melange... Read more
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Gulf News
Studies: Warming made Harvey’s deluge 3 times more likelyreality of the warmer world.“They have not been improving the maps as they shou
Gulf News / Posted yesterday
reality of the warmer world.“They have not been improving the maps as they should. They’re treating that as static,” said Columbia University research professor Suzana Camargo, an expert on extreme weather.And flood maps are just maps, by the way:... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Execution date set for terminally ill prisoner in Alabamaof the U.S. Constitution. Attorney Bernard E. Harcourt, his lawyer and a profes
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted yesterday
of the U.S. Constitution. Attorney Bernard E. Harcourt, his lawyer and a professor of law and political science at Columbia University, said Hamm has been battling cranial and lymphatic cancer for over three years. Treatment has compromised... Read more
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NZCity
Island formed from Tongan volcano could hold clues to Mars' originslike we were witnessing something that nobody else had seen," said Vicki Ferrin
NZCity / Posted yesterday
like we were witnessing something that nobody else had seen," said Vicki Ferrini from Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University. Ms Ferrini was one of the first scientists to inspect the new island, and has been a part of the team... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Island formed from Tongan volcano could hold clues to Mars' originslike we were witnessing something that nobody else had seen," said Vicki Ferrin
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
like we were witnessing something that nobody else had seen," said Vicki Ferrini from Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University. Ms Ferrini was one of the first scientists to inspect the new island, and has been a part of the team... Read more
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Variety
Entertainment Attorney Arnold Burk Dies at 85Burk, sons Bernard Burk (Amy Kaufman Burk) and David Burk (Rebekah Kaplan), and
Variety / Posted yesterday
Burk, sons Bernard Burk (Amy Kaufman Burk) and David Burk (Rebekah Kaplan), and five grandchildren. Donations may be made to North Carolina Symphony or to Columbia University or Columbia Law School. JavaScript is required to load the... Read more
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Al.com
Execution date set for convicted killer in Alabama who is terminally illsuffering and battling with cancer." Harcourt retained Dr. Mark Heath, an anes
Al.com / Posted yesterday
suffering and battling with cancer." Harcourt retained Dr. Mark Heath, an anesthesiologist and professor of medicine at Columbia University, to examine Hamm in late September 2017. Heath assessed Hamm's condition by using Harcourt's tie as a... Read more
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The River Reporter
No FOIL for Assembly Twitter blockspeople from social media involves President Donald Trump, who is being sued by
The River Reporter / Posted yesterday
people from social media involves President Donald Trump, who is being sued by the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University for blocking seven people from his Twitter account. Trump’s lawyers argue that the First Amendment... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Never too young to writefor the Inquirer, Scout magazine, have published here and there, and attended c
Pilipino Star / Posted 2 days ago
for the Inquirer, Scout magazine, have published here and there, and attended creative writing programs such as the one in Columbia University or local colleges. But more importantly, there have also been more than a few who have conquered... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Global warming boosted Hurricane Harvey's rainfall by at least 15 percent, studies findevent had probably increased tenfold but at the very least had tripled. "Thirt
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
event had probably increased tenfold but at the very least had tripled. "Thirty-eight percent seems pretty big," Columbia University research professor Suzana Camargo, an expert on extreme weather, said when she looked over a poster... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Global warming boosted Hurricane Harvey's rainfall by at least 15 percent, studies findevent had probably increased tenfold but at the very least had tripled. "Thirt
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
event had probably increased tenfold but at the very least had tripled. "Thirty-eight percent seems pretty big," Columbia University research professor Suzana Camargo, an expert on extreme weather, said when she looked over a poster... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Stony Creek Granite to Adorn New Statue of Liberty Museumbeen used in countless projects, including the base of the Statue of Liberty, N
New Haven Independent / Posted 2 days ago
been used in countless projects, including the base of the Statue of Liberty, New York’s Grand Central Terminal, New York’s Columbia University, Boston’s South Station, the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.; and Chifley Towers in Sydney,... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
More College Presidents Join The Millionaires' Clubwith the highest-paid presidents year to year, not surprisingly, tend to be hig
KPBS San Diego / Posted 2 days ago
with the highest-paid presidents year to year, not surprisingly, tend to be highly-ranked urban, private institutions: Columbia University in New York, the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, and the USC in Los Angeles. Amy Gutmann at... Read more
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KERA North Texas
More College Presidents Join The Millionaires' Clubwith the highest-paid presidents year to year, not surprisingly, tend to be hig
KERA North Texas / Posted 2 days ago
with the highest-paid presidents year to year, not surprisingly, tend to be highly-ranked urban, private institutions: Columbia University in New York, the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, and the USC in Los Angeles. Amy Gutmann at... Read more
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Philly.com
Francis Dewey Burke, 93, World War II gunner, police official, and father of TV star Chris Burketo the rank of inspector, one of the top 50 leadership positions. In April 196
Philly.com / Posted 2 days ago
to the rank of inspector, one of the top 50 leadership positions. In April 1968, when student demonstrators occupied the Columbia University administration building, Mr. Burke led a tactical patrol force to remove them. The students were angry... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Historical landmarks in the hundred years’ war on Palestinesupplant the other? The writer is the editor of the Journal of Palestine Studi
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 2 days ago
supplant the other? The writer is the editor of the Journal of Palestine Studies. He is Edward Said Professor of Arab Studies at Columbia University. This article was published in the Journal of Palestine Studies, Vol 47 No 1, Autumn 2017, pp 6... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Author Jean-Pierre Filiu signs his book at the French Cultural Institute5-6.30pm: “Can Literary History Be Cosmopolitan?”, a public lecture by Dr. Bruc
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 2 days ago
5-6.30pm: “Can Literary History Be Cosmopolitan?”, a public lecture by Dr. Bruce Robbins, Professor of the Humanities at Columbia University on the question of what a history of literary representations of atrocity against others would look like... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Happy 94th birthday, Bob Barker. Here’s why you rock!$2.5 million to PETA in 2010 to help open a new L.A. office and funding an adju
Dayton Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
$2.5 million to PETA in 2010 to help open a new L.A. office and funding an adjunct professorship in animal rights law at Columbia University School of Law to the tune of $1 million. Most dramatic , perhaps, he stepped down from his 20-year gig as... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Happy 94th birthday, Bob Barker. Here’s why you rock!$2.5 million to PETA in 2010 to help open a new L.A. office and funding an adju
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 2 days ago
$2.5 million to PETA in 2010 to help open a new L.A. office and funding an adjunct professorship in animal rights law at Columbia University School of Law to the tune of $1 million. Most dramatic , perhaps, he stepped down from his 20-year gig as... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
Happy 94th birthday, Bob Barker. Here's why you rock!$2.5 million to PETA in 2010 to help open a new L.A. office and funding an adju
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted 2 days ago
$2.5 million to PETA in 2010 to help open a new L.A. office and funding an adjunct professorship in animal rights law at Columbia University School of Law to the tune of $1 million. Most dramatic , perhaps, he stepped down from his 20-year gig as... Read more
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Slate
Why Did It Take So Long Before Anyone Cared About Watergate?Gladys Engel and Lang, Kurt. The Battle for Public Opinion: The President, the
Slate / Posted 2 days ago
Gladys Engel and Lang, Kurt. The Battle for Public Opinion: The President, the Press, and the Polls During Watergate. Columbia University Press, 1983. Lukas, J. Anthony. Nightmare: The Underside of the Nixon Years. Viking Press,... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Happy 94th birthday, Bob Barker. Here's why you rock!$2.5 million to PETA in 2010 to help open a new L.A. office and funding an adju
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 2 days ago
$2.5 million to PETA in 2010 to help open a new L.A. office and funding an adjunct professorship in animal rights law at Columbia University School of Law to the tune of $1 million. Most dramatic , perhaps, he stepped down from his 20-year gig as... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Happy 94th birthday, Bob Barker. Here’s why you rock!$2.5 million to PETA in 2010 to help open a new L.A. office and funding an adju
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 2 days ago
$2.5 million to PETA in 2010 to help open a new L.A. office and funding an adjunct professorship in animal rights law at Columbia University School of Law to the tune of $1 million. Most dramatic , perhaps, he stepped down from his 20-year gig as... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Happy 94th birthday, Bob Barker. Here's why you rock!$2.5 million to PETA in 2010 to help open a new L.A. office and funding an adju
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 2 days ago
$2.5 million to PETA in 2010 to help open a new L.A. office and funding an adjunct professorship in animal rights law at Columbia University School of Law to the tune of $1 million. Most dramatic , perhaps, he stepped down from his 20-year gig as... Read more
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The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
University announces it will divest from thermal coal companies – The Johns Hopkins Newsstocks and bonds in the 1990s. In their email to The News-Letter, the Universi
The Johns Hopkins News-Letter / Posted 2 days ago
stocks and bonds in the 1990s. In their email to The News-Letter, the University added that only three peer institutions — Columbia University, Stanford University and the University of Washington — have decided to divest from fossil fuels. “This... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
NY newspaper man Richard Blood dies at 83at the New York Daily News who nurtured a generation of young journalists while
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 2 days ago
at the New York Daily News who nurtured a generation of young journalists while teaching for more than two decades at the Columbia University School of Journalism and New York University, has died. He was 83. Blood died of respiratory failure in... Read more
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EuroNews
Nevada and Nebraska executioners turn to fentanyldesperate to breathe and terrified but unable to move at all," Dr. Mark Heath,
EuroNews / Posted 2 days ago
desperate to breathe and terrified but unable to move at all," Dr. Mark Heath, an assistant professor of anesthesiology at Columbia University, told The Washington Post. "It would be an agonizing way to die," he said, "but the people witnessing... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Johns Hopkins to stop investing in thermal coal over climate change concernsof thermal coal. The university plans to begin divesting on a schedule designe
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
of thermal coal. The university plans to begin divesting on a schedule designed to minimize financial loss. Hopkins joins Columbia University in making a commitment to drop its coal company investments. In March Columbia’s trustees took a similar... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Promising to 'Make Our Planet Great Again,' Macron lures 13 U.S. climate scientists to Francefor research grants awarded for as long as five years. They include professors
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 3 days ago
for research grants awarded for as long as five years. They include professors and researchers at Cornell University, Columbia University, Stanford University and other institutions. "For me, the chance to work on some very exciting science... Read more
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Slate
The King James Bible: an Accidental Sanctityor in the player below: Send your thoughts about the show to lexiconvalley@sla
Slate / Posted 3 days ago
or in the player below: Send your thoughts about the show to lexiconvalley@slate.com. Podcast production by Mike Vuolo. John H. McWhorter teaches linguistics, philosophy, and music at Columbia University. His latest book is The Langu... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
Bradley president Joanne Glasser makes Top 10 in 2015 private school pay listinto the upper tier of executive pay for just a year. Only the University of Pe
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 3 days ago
into the upper tier of executive pay for just a year. Only the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Chicago and Columbia University, in New York, ranked among the top 10 in 2014 and 2015. The Chronicle's study found that the number of... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
When Your Fear Is The Remote Control: Karen Palmer’s Immersive Cinemathey’ve been affected before. And actually, two hours before the woman started
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 3 days ago
they’ve been affected before. And actually, two hours before the woman started crying, I bumped into Lance Weiler from Columbia University, who’s director of the storytelling lab there, and who I’ve been in a residency with. We were talking at... Read more
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Slate
Why Did It Take So Long Before Anyone Cared about Watergate?Gladys Engel and Lang, Kurt. The Battle For Public Opinion: The President, the
Slate / Posted 3 days ago
Gladys Engel and Lang, Kurt. The Battle For Public Opinion: The President, the Press, and the Polls During Watergate. Columbia University Press, 1983. Perlstein, Rick. The Invisible Bridge: The Fall of Nixon and the Rise of Reagan, Simon &... Read more
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Gulf News
Arab Strategy Forum 2017: Hollande condemns Trumps' Jerusalem movepolicy, and relations between the Islamic and Western worlds.Dr. Joseph Stiglit
Gulf News / Posted 3 days ago
policy, and relations between the Islamic and Western worlds.Dr. Joseph Stiglitz, American economist and a professor at Columbia University as well as a Nobel Memorial Laureate in Economic Sciences, will present his views on the state of the... Read more
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Gulf News
Arab Strategy Forum 2017: Shaikh Mohammad arrivespolicy, and relations between the Islamic and Western worlds.Dr. Joseph Stiglit
Gulf News / Posted 3 days ago
policy, and relations between the Islamic and Western worlds.Dr. Joseph Stiglitz, American economist and a professor at Columbia University as well as a Nobel Memorial Laureate in Economic Sciences, will present his views on the state of the... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Is source code inspection a security risk?Reverse engineering is an effective security research tool well within reach of
techcentral.ie / Posted 3 days ago
Reverse engineering is an effective security research tool well within reach of even small nation-state adversaries, says Columbia University professor Steven Bellovin. If you do not have the source code, he says, “You can always reverse engineer... Read more
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Gulf News
Arab Strategy Forum 2017: Trump's Jerusalem move on the spotlightpolicy, and relations between the Islamic and Western worlds.Dr. Joseph Stiglit
Gulf News / Posted 3 days ago
policy, and relations between the Islamic and Western worlds.Dr. Joseph Stiglitz, American economist and a professor at Columbia University as well as a Nobel Memorial Laureate in Economic Sciences, will present his views on the state of the... Read more
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