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SPORTS, Athletics News, Jun 03, 2011

Freeland sophomore Tori Jankoska adds soccer skills to impressive athletic ...
MLive.com
An all-state point guard in basketball who's already made a verbal commitment to play the sport at Michigan State University, Jankoska is playing just her second organized season of girls soccer and is enjoying her first season on varsity. ...
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Rebelles head to high school soccer championship after court ruling
Ottawa Citizen
By MARTIN CLEARY June 2, 2011 The organizers of the Ontario Federation of School AthleticAssociations girls' AAA soccer championship in Hamilton decided late Wednesday night to accept the once-disqualified Louis Riel Rebelles as the new National ...
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Hamilton plays host to OFSAA girls' soccer tourney
Hamilton Spectator
Beginning Thursday, the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations Triple A championship gets rolling on four fields at Mohawk Sports Park. Hamilton-Wentworth will be represented by both the host St. Mary's Crusaders and Ancaster Royals, ...
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Quartet of Trojans named CHS Senior Athletes of the Year
Chesterton Tribune
CHS Athletic Director Garry Nallenweg also honored the school's three-sport athletes with awards going to seniors Ashley Ballestero (cheerleading, gymnastics, track), Katie Behrendt (soccer, diving, track) and Will Butz (football, basketball, track). ...
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Chesterton Tribune

Sports commentary: Is there room for one more in the Timbers Army?
Albany Democrat Herald
I just grew up in a family that emphasized football, basketball and baseball. But when my friend offered me a ticket to last Sunday's Portland Timbers game, I enthusiastically accepted. I am a fan ofathletic competition. ...
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Crew Academy: Juniors may have to skip playing in high school
Columbus Dispatch
That would prohibit academy players from participating in high-school soccer and other sports, robbing them of some of the simple but memorable parts of teenage athletics: Letter jackets, playing in front of friends and family and hearing their names ...
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Greene, Tucker and Arcari Named Outstanding Athletes
Patch.com
Arcari, Greene and Tucker were three of dozens of athletes honored on a night that also marked the final athletic banquet for long-time soccer and track coach Steve Levine, who will retire at the end of this school year. Coaches from 14 different male ...
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Bob Frantz: Paying athletes will make the problems of college athletics worse
News-Herald.com
Fairness and equality would dictate that they do, but considering that those sports are almost all dependent upon the revenue generated by football and men's basketball, what would be fair about that? The bottom line is that amateur athletics must ...
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Pigskin Preview
McDuffie Mirror
Turner several times explained that his personal belief in God is the foundation of the football andathletic programs he administers. He distributes Bibles given by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He also said persevering athletes get their ...
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Another Exciting May for Parkview Athletics
Patch.com
By Michael Alpert | Email the author | 5:55am By Michael Alpert Boys soccer brought Parkview fans to the brink this spring. Baseball launched them over the edge. As Class AAAAA semifinalists and champions in those sports, respectively, ...
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County budget cuts beginning to affect youth sports
Ponte Vedra Recorder
The association, a nonprofit organization, is the parent organization of Ponte Vedra sports, includingfootball, baseball, softball, soccer and lacrosse. Its job is to serve as liaison between the county facilities and the sports for local youth. ...
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Fairchester Athletic Association honors King students
Connectcut Plus
Max, a four-year varsity letter winner in lacrosse and two-year letter winner in soccer was one of eight male student-athletes to receive this honor within the FAA. Additionally King's Girls' sportsteams received the Allen D. Hall Sportsmanship Award. ...
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CTV Ottawa Sports - Athlete of the Week - 2011
CTV.ca
This multi-athletic teen is an all-star on the field, the rink, and in the classroom. Carolyn Waldo explains. Sean Stoqua was a top-notch basketball player. But at 16, he discovered football. He soon became a natural both on the basketball court and on ...
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Daily Express girls soccer player of the year
Kirksville Daily Express and Daily News
Clark, who will play golf next season at Division II Northwest Missouri State, said she took some leadership skills in that sport and placed them toward soccer. “You have to have your team be confident,” she said. “You have to be able to pick your ...
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College Football Analysis: Steve Spurrier's Bad Idea to Pay Players
Opposing Views
No the men's soccer team doesn't get the stadium rocking for their midweek game but those guys are out doing 1 v 1's in the heat the same time the football team is running conditioning over the summer. An athletic department is a collective and while ...
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Opposing Views

Mercyhurst Prep scores at Varsity Cup awards show
GoErie.com
Team of the year was a tie between Villa Maria's girls basketball team, which won its third straight PIAA title in March, and Mercyhurst Prep's girls soccer team. "It's been a great year, a lot of excitement," Mercyhurst Prep athletic director Dan ...
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Hall of Fame: Allegan welcomes four newest members
Allegan County News
A 1964 graduate, Lange earned seven varsity letters—three in track and two each in football and basketball. A gifted athlete in all three sports, Lange was part of an athletic class that saw Allegan teams perform at exceptional levels in all three ...
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Magnificat High School (Rocky River) honors its best
Sun Star Courier
At Xavier University, Rini Bebie continued her athletic career as a member of thesoccer team leading the Lady Muskateers to a No. 20 ranking for all Division I teams in the nation. Rini Bebie and her husband Glenn have three children. ...
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Sun Star Courier

Amazing Ally
Agoura Hills Acorn
By Eliav Appelbaum BORN TO BE A BRUIN—A star on the soccer pitch and on the track, Oaks Christian senior Ally Courtnall will attend UCLA this fall. Courtnall comes from an athletic family. Her father, Russ, played in the National Hockey League for 15 ...
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Athletic needs
Lawrence Journal World
With the recent ticket scandal behind us and fortunes looking up in football and basketball, the other sports need to be able to compete on an even playing field as well. KU is headed in the right direction with a Kansan heading up athletics. ...
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Seven Schools Awarded Regions Bank Directors Cups
GPB
It has been that away ever since the Georgia Athletic Directors Association established the Directors Cup in 1999. With more and more enthusiasm being generated every season, what has become a revered GHSA tradition is not going away anytime soon. ...
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GPB

Sports, spiritual messages and Jimmer highlight father-son camp at BYU
Mormon Times
They engaged in games of flag football, soccer, kickball and other team sports. When it came time for a break, campers attended “Cougar Talk” with Greg Wrubell, the voice of the Cougars. Wrubell later tweeted the experience was “very rewarding. ...
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Mormon Times

Advance congratulates SM, NHS Athletes of the Year
Marinscope Community Newspapers
Additionally, there were team and individual highlights from sports such as soccer, wrestling, tennis, lacrosse, track and field and swimming, as there were at Novato. It was difficult to narrow down the list of Mustang nominees from four to one, ...
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Provincial main event kicks off
The Kingston Whig-Standard
Cory Walton and Trevor Wilson of Fitness Sports and Recreation at the Royal Military College set up the nets at RMC. By Patrick Kennedy The Whig-Standard The Ontario Federation of School AthleticAssociations boys soccer championship, which kicks off ...
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Meeting to determine if high school sports officials get raises
NOLA.com
A special meeting of LHSAA principals at Woodlawn High School on Friday is expected to secure passage of a proposal to improve the pay for officials in football, basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball and soccer in exchange for higher certification ...
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NATHAN WRIGHT: Biggest prizes elude ASU, but athletic year a success
San Angelo Standard Times
The future appears bright at ASU. A new football coach has brought renewed hope and energy to that program. Both the soccer and volleyball teams return most of their squads and anticipate more success in the fall. The basketball teams expect to be more ...
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Your Houston News
The University of St. Thomas Athletic Department has accepted an invitation to become the newest member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Red River Conference. The Celts will compete for conference championships during the ...
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Sports Shorts for June 3
Huntersville Herald
They were recently were joined at a ceremony by (back row) Davidson Day athleticsdirector Tim Weir, Bonds' cousin Ilia Fleener, Davidson Day boys basketball coach Ron Johnson and Davidson Day boys basketball player Bernard Sullivan. ...
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Huntersville Herald

Hanson to play soccer at Corban
Creswell Chronicle
By Gini Davis Reflecting the high degree of athletic talent present among members of the Creswell High School Class of 2011, a fourth CHS senior, Kelsey Hanson, has signed a letter of intent to play a sport at the college level. ...
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Touching all bases: A roundup of local sports shorts
The Jersey Journal - NJ.com
The Athletic Department also named the men's tennis, and both golf teams as the three spring teams with the highest GPA. The North-South High School All-Star Football Classic, the oldest ongoing high school football All-Star game in the state of New ...
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Sports at 3 p.m.
SI.com
CHAPEL HILL, NC - Developing a standard for safety tests of youth football helmets and closing the "information gap'' between doctors and trainers when diagnosing concussions on the field are among the priorities of the National Sports Concussion ...
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FAU Offers Summer Athletic Camps - FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY ...
BOCA RATON, FL - Coaches from various Florida Atlantic University athletic teams will be offering instructional sports camps this summer. ...
www.fausports.com/genrel/052511aaa.html

Mercyhurst College Athletics - Laker Football Ranked 8th in The ...
Laker Football Ranked 8th in The Sporting News Preseason Top 25. Lauren Packer Webster, Director of Athletics Communication. Bookmark and Share ...
hurstathletics.com/news/2011/6/1/FB_0601115435.aspx

2010-2011 photo gallery of high school sports champions | Deseret News
Girls Soccer — Brighton. Volleyball — Lone Peak. Football — Bingham ... the 2010 -2011 high school sports season is officially in the books. Story ...
www.deseretnews.com/.../2010-2011-photo-gallery-of-high-sc...

PIAA advances plan to cut high school sports from 16 to 15 weeks ...
Get the latest Pennsylvania high school sports news, rankings, schedules, stats, scores, results & athletes info for high school football, soccer, ...
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Dynamic Duel podcast: College athletics' new virus - Soccer News ...
Sports investigative reporter Charles Robinson joins us to discuss the latest wave of scandals in college sports, including the Ohio State football fiasco ...
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Cleveland High School Sports News - cleveland.com
Get the latest high school sports news, information & results for Cleveland prep sports, ... High school sports results for Sept. 16, with football schedule ...
highschoolsports.cleveland.com/news/983/

Curtis Coleman takes assistant football coaching job with Clay ...
High School Sports. High School Sports Article ... Paul Beaudry, Birmingham News , May 31, 2011 4:23 p.m. ... Trevor Lacey 4A semifinals highlights ...
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SPACE, Astronomy News, Jun 03, 2011

Universities Space Research Association Part of Team Selected by the National ...
PR Newswire (press release)
The observatory, preeminent for its research in astronomy, planetary studies, and space andatmospheric sciences, is the world's largest and most sensitive single-dish radio telescope. The award, valued at approximately $42M, is scheduled to begin ...
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Dark matter discoverers win $500000 prize
msnbc.com
By SPACE.com Staff Dark matter is thought to be all around us, yet scientists can't see it, touch it, or even figure out what it is. Now four astronomers who helped befuddle the world by discovering evidence for dark matter have won a prestigious ...
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msnbc.com

Astronomy night planned
San Angelo Standard Times
An astronomy video presentation will be shown on the big screen at the ampitheatre, and hands on activities, including the fabric of space, our place in the galaxy, and crater making, which will be demonstrated by students from San Angelo Christian ...
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SETI Representative Speaks to Astronomy Group
Lincoln News Messenger
It involves Radio Astronomy and SETI. Jon showed, with colorful graphics, how RadioAstronomy allows humans to see deep space objects, which we cannot see with our eyes. Also, we learned how the Arrays work and what the Array field looks like. ...
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Lincoln News Messenger

Heavens on Earth: 3 Planetariums on the Cutting Edge
TechNewsWorld
An audience at the newly transformed Charles Hayden Planetarium at the Museum of Science enjoys a scene from the Museum's own astronomy show, Undiscovered Worlds: The Search Beyond Our Sun. (Credit: Michael Malyszko) Perhaps even more breathtaking is ...
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Recommended: Music of the spheres ... and the stars
msnbc.com
These explosions are extremely energetic, and can be seen across vast distances in space. This video, produced by astronomy graduate student Alex Harrison Parker from Canada's University of Victoria, gives a feel for what supernova — exploding, ...
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Alex Wrobel: New adventures
Utica Observer Dispatch
But he is partial to science, he said, and might end up in astronomy, studying the wilderness of outer space. “I enjoy working with people, so I think I can see myself in the future maybe teaching in some form, being able to, I guess, take what I know ...
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Jazzin' up summer The York College Summer Jazz Program brings music to life in ...
YourNabe.com
Right up there with astronomy and mathematics. Our logo is a microphone because it symbolizes the live event. Headphones are beautiful but let's talk about live music. “Dizzy Gillespie is my greatest example, or Cab Calloway. They put on a show. ...
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THE DIGITAL ERA: Embracing iPads in the classroom
BCLocalNews
... explaining 30 iPads will be available for students in a number of social-studies classes, as well as in History 12 and Astronomy 12 classes. The cost of the iPads — and the space-age-looking cart in which they will be housed — is about $25000. ...
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School hopes longer classes will lead to deeper learning
Bend Bulletin
Woodworking and astronomy teachers worked together on a class that built a telescope. Students and parents also had mostly positive reviews, although some said the new schedule fell short of at least one of Nelson's key goals: reducing stress. ...
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Edge of Space
The Cutting Edge
U-Michigan research fellow Alyson Ford and astronomy professor Joel Bregman presented their findings at a meeting of the Canadian Astronomical Society that was held in London, Ontario. Using the Wide Field Camera 3 on the Hubble SpaceTelescope, ...
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The Cutting Edge

'The Night Skies Over Kearney' begins Friday at UNK Planetarium
Kearney Hub
Several telescopes will be available at the observatory, and members of a local astronomy club will be present to assist observers. The Friday, June 3, show is the first in the summer series. Shows will also be presented on Friday, July 8, and Friday, ...
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ISRIA (registration)
South Africa has been actively involved in space science and technology projects for many years. We have a rich heritage of involvement since 1685. In 1820 a permanent observatory was established outside Cape Town, practising astronomy and later ...
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Spring Hill student spells with the best
Columbia Daily Herald
“I enjoy astronomy,” said Kulas, who said he might be an astrophysicist when he grows up. For now, he enjoys computer programming and flight simulation. He said he is also a trained “severe weather spotter.” In the morning round, Kulas made swift work ...
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A Double Helix of Art and Science
Tuscaloosa News (subscription)
They can hear astronomers debate whether the universe is a hologram in which space and time are as illusory as the 3-D image on your bank card, or maybe a computer. They can meet celebrities like Watson, the IBM computer that recently skunked its human ...
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June 3rd: Herschel Space Observatory Science Update
By kortney.hogan
The Herschel Space Observatory has now been observing the sky since its launch two years ago, on 14th May 2009. Ok, let's find out a small selection of some of the latest news from Herschel. No 3.Astronomers find Galaxies galore For me ...
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Astronomers Nab $500000 Prize for Hunting Elusive Dark Matter - News
Dark matter is thought to be all around us, yet scientists can't see it, touch it, or even figure out what it is.
news.yahoo.com/.../astronomersnab500000prizeforhuntingelu...

Space Shuttle Endeavour Sails To Home Port For Final Time - World ...
Space News | Latest News. View All · Understanding stellar birth using old star clusters. Posted 35 mins ago by PHYSorg.com: Astronomy News ...
worldastronauts.com/.../space-shuttle-endeavour-sails-to-home...

Space and Earth Sciences News :: Universe's not-so-missing mass
(PhysOrg.com) -- A Monash student has made a breakthrough in the field of astrophysics, discovering what has until now been described as the Universe's ...
www.news-about-space.org/astronomy-news/cluster9774318/

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Space :: Paddington Public School
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Space station crews return News | Breaking News, World News And ...
May 23, 2011. Space Station Crews To Return To Earth After More Than 5 Months In Orbit ... May 23, 2011, international astronomy news sites reported. ...
www.batangastoday.com/tag/space-station-crews-return/

Space Station Crews To Return To Earth After More ... - Silobreaker
... three crews of the International Space Station are returning to Earth today, May 23, 2011, international astronomy news sites reported. ...
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SCIENCE News, Studies, Research, Technology, Jun 03, 2011

U. of C. to open Atomic Age time capsule
Chicago Tribune
The Fermi and Franck institutes “continued the dialogue between pure science andtechnology that the Manhattan Project had initiated, and helped ease the barriers between traditional scientific disciplines,” according to the release. ...
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Chicago Tribune

Are you afraid of your cell phone now?
Salon
While WHO was careful to point out that the decision doesn't reflect any ironclad documentation of cancer risks -- and virtually all studies on the topic have been inconclusive -- the news still cast an ominous shadow over a technology virtually ...
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Salon

Reinventing the Standard Model of Science Presentations
ScienceCareers.org
By Sarah Reed But why should scientists spend more time crafting their talks when they are presenting research to peers who expect a PowerPoint presentation at conferences where alternatives are discouraged? You wouldn't normally find scenes from a ...
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Halifax Marine Research Institute Launches
Newswise (press release)
The Scientific Director for the Institute is Doug Wallace, who is Dalhousie University's first Canada Excellence Research Chair (CERC) in Ocean Science and Technology. Dr. Wallace has made significant scientific contributions throughout his career to ...
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UC Davis awards 8200-plus degrees as year ends
UC Davis
4 pm at the Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts; 25 doctoral degrees and 131 master's degrees (all included in totals for Graduate Studies) as well as completion of studies for 158 teaching credentials. June 9 — Graduate Studies: 4 pm in the ...
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Striving for more accurate long-range forecasts
MiamiHerald.com
A symposium on the science of hurricanes reveals that research is advancing at (near) hurricane speed. By Howard Cohen Hurricane Charley, the second major hurricane of 2004, vexed forecasters because it intensified from a Category 2 to a 4 in less than ...
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Developmental disease is recreated in an adult model
EurekAlert (press release)
Baylor College of Medicine (www.bcm.edu) in Houston is recognized as a premier academic healthscience center and is known for excellence in education, research and patient care. It is the only private medical school in the greater southwest and is ...
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New model can help determine physical fitness and cardiac health
News-Medical.net
Researchers from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) have managed exactly that: they have developed a model that can help doctors - and individuals - determine just how fit an individual is, and what that means for overall health. ...
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India's Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO) - Recent ...
Washington Bangla Radio
Agreements for co-operation / co-development in frontline areas of science, technology and engineering were signed with several countries. With “Balasya Mulam Vigyanam” as the mool mantra, DRDO continues its march towards building self-reliance in ...
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Science and Society
Project Syndicate
Above all, there is a constant need for humility about “science-based decisions.” Andy Stirling isResearch Director at SPRU (Science and Technology Policy Research) at the University of Sussex. Alister Scott is a leadership consultant and Visiting ...
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Implement textbook development policy in full-Dr Opoku-Amankwa
Ghana News Agency
Kumasi, June 2, GNA - Dr Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, Senior Lecturer, Department of PublishingStudies, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has appealed to the government to ensure full implementation of the textbook development and ...
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News in Brief: Body & Brain
Science News
By Science News Staff A 2009 finding of a mouse virus called XMRV in chronic fatigue patients (SN: 11/7/09, p. 13) might have stemmed from tainted laboratory compounds. In two studies published online May 31 in Science, two separate teams of US ...
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New tech program for schools
Brant News
The new Science and Technology Program for Grade 8 students will replace the existing Design and Technology/Family Studies Program as of September 2012. The program, which was recently passed by the board, will include enhancements like technology ...
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Senior awarded international scholarship to study in Peru
Media Newswire (press release)
Nationally ranked among the top research institutions of its kind, Virginia Tech's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences focuses on the science and business of living systems through learning, discovery, and engagement. ...
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Farmer networks hold key to agricultural innovation in developing countries ...
EurekAlert (press release)
"Most people tend to think that technology information flows to farmers through a direct pipeline from scientists, but that isn't true," said lead author Ellen McCullough, a former research fellow at Stanford's Program on Food Security and the ...
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Science Educators Honored as "Teacher of the Year" - Challenger Center Names ...
Space Ref (press release)
Four elementary and middle school teachers were named as recipients, which recognizes educators who exemplify the spirit of Challenger Center's education mission and share a commitment toscience, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) learning ...
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UCSB Grads Recognized
Santa Barbara Edhat
An expert in information technology, social movements, and the legal system, Earl has received major grants and awards, including the National Science Foundation CAREER Award for young scholars. Her dedication to fostering undergraduate research is ...
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news In detail
Knowledgespeak
The journal will also accept significant studies that apply previously developed techniques to new materials, setting the research in the context of current debates on past human and animal health. Paper types encouraged are original research articles, ...
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Chlorhexidine Varnish Touted for High-Risk Caries Groups
Medscape
June 2, 2011 (San Diego, California) — Treating pregnant women with chlorhexidine varnish (Prevora, CHX Technologies, Inc.) can help prevent early childhood caries in their children, the CHXTechnologies president announced here at the International ...
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Young lab rats tackle disease and hunger
Globe and Mail
Top 20 under 20 Science and Technology winners. (from bottom left clockwise): Jennifer Cloutier, Yale Michaels, Grant Sparling, Michael Lim, Rui Song. —JP Moczulski for The Globe and Mail The research interests of these award recipients range from ...
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Globe and Mail

Pivotal Therapeutics Inc. Opens United States Commercialization and ...
Marketwire (press release)
Established in 1985, the 94-acre Research Park is home to 26 mature technology companies working in conjunction with the FAU College of Engineering and Computer Science, the FAU Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine and the FAU Adams Center for ...
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Outreach 4 Change: Building a culture of inclusivity within outreach programs
InTech
Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) professionals have a unique insight to improve participation among future engineers, working collaboratively to create an inclusive, diverse environment. Ultimately, this environment will attract more ...
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'Star Trek' Sensors Light Safest Route for Evacuations
Government Technology
The building hallways look like something out of Star Trek when illuminated, but there's nothing science-fiction about the technology. Developed by Lightstep Technologies, the system operates on the same principle as an aircraft's emergency lighting, ...
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Government Technology

This Week in Climate Science: Fruits and Nuts, Reindeer, and a Renewable Future
Climate Central (blog)
By David Kroodsma Welcome to Climate Central's science roundup. This roundup summarizes noteworthy climate science studies published in the previous two weeks, with a special emphasis on work that might not have been covered by major media outlets. ...
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Sul Ross students receive degrees at commencement
Alpine Avalanche
... MEd, counseling; Travis G. Tippit, BA, general studies Fort Stockton: Glenna J. Cornett Dulaney, MEd, educational diagnostician; MonaLisa Gonzales, BA, English Fort Worth: Lauren E. McBride, BS, animal science, cum laude, AA, veterinary technology.
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Regional and international accolades for Leicester researcher
24dash (press release)
The research subject is an important area in clinical cardiology with unmet need. “In my group, talented researchers are working across the disciplines of basic science, engineering and clinical translational science to address mechanisms underlying ...
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24dash (press release)

US unplugged: manifold benefits of disconnected learning
Times Higher Education
"Now is the time of repentance," jokes Sherry Turkle, professor of the social studies ofscience and technology at MIT, founder of the MIT Initiative on Technology and Self, and a clinical psychologist. "We have to force ourselves to shift our ...
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Times Higher Education

Hepregen Awarded $500000 Massachusetts Life Sciences Center Grant
OneMedPlace (blog)
Hepregen's lead product HepatoPac, launched in March 2011, is a microliver platform for use in clearance predictions, metabolite profiling, transporter studies, drug-drug interactions, and toxicity determination during the drug development process. ...
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OneMedPlace (blog)

Dr Faessel - Report from the Roskamp meeting in Sarasota, Florida
Benzinga
Final speaker at the conference was famed science author and economist Patrick Cox of Breakthrough Technologies who spoke eloquently about what anatabine (RCP-006) will do for mankind. Patrick didn't mince any words and I believe that the scientists in ...
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Technology-Driven Education in New Jersey: More than Child's Play
NJ Spotlight
Beth McGrath, executive director of the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, said technological advances keep changing so rapidly that it's hard for educators to keep track of new ...
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Social media fortifies bond between scientists
N.C. State University Technician Online
ResearchGate social network website now has over one million users in the scientific researchworld. The science lab may seem like a lonely and impersonal setting, but Ijad Madisch has started a social network website to bridge the gap between ...
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Cybersecurity, the next frontier for NASA engineers
SC Magazine
If one were to map where the nation's brightest science, technology, engineering and mathematics minds are concentrated, the epicenter might fall somewhere along an eastern stretch of central Florida known as the Space Coast. ...
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Year-End Roundup | Language Arts, Journalism, Culture and Academic Skills
New York Times (blog)
Check the post from Tuesday for all of the year's lessons in social studies, American history and civics, global history, economics and geography and Wednesday inscience, health, technology and math. (Even if those aren't your primary subject areas, ...
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New York Times (blog)

Cell Phone Radiation: How to Reduce the Risks
BNET (blog)
By Rick Broida | June 2, 2011 A technology writer for more than 15 years, Rick Broida is a regular contributor to CNET, Popular Science, Wired and other publications. He's also the author of numerous books, including How to Do Everything with Your Zune ...
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Norwood resident selected as U.S. Presidential Scholar semifinalist
NorthJersey.com
Norwood resident Jae Seong No, a senior in the Academy for the Advancement of Science andTechnology at Bergen County Academies in Hackensack, has been selected as a semifinalist in the 2011 US Presidential Scholars competition. ...
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Story tips from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, June ...
PhysOrg.com (press release)
ORNL researchers are working alongside state troopers to test and validate screening technologiessuch as an infrared system that can automatically detect brake, wheel and tire problems as a vehicle enters the weigh station. Data from the ORNL studies ...
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Apricus: Making Movies With Critical Events Ahead
Seeking Alpha
There's few among the general public who have the desire to sit through videos about the sciencebehind NexACT. If clinical studies show it works, and if the regulatory agencies agree and approve the technology and its products, then that's good enough ...
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BT's Science and Technology Heritage recognised
BT's historic research archives are among just 20 collections to be added to ... and as a resource for future study of the history of science and technology the ... which provided broadcast telegraph press and news services, and time ...
www.tmcnet.com/usubmit/2011/05/25/5533890.htm


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