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SPORTS, Athletics News, Jun 24, 2011


Women's soccer unveils 2011 schedule
UND Fighting Sioux
by Derek Koenen, UND Athletic Media Relations GRAND FORKS, ND - The 2011 University of North Dakota soccer schedule released on Thursday is highlighted by six home games at Bronson Field including future Big Sky opponent Montana. ...
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Tylers communicate through sports
Record Delta
Both father and son were three-sport stars at Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Va., excelling infootball, basketball and soccer. Both men were granted opportunities to continue their athleticcareers after high school, as Sewall pursued a chance ...
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Johnstown Youth Athletic Association fall sports signups coming
The Newark Advocate
Johnstown Youth Athletic Association fall sports signups for volleyball, soccer, striker soccer,football and cheerleading will be from 10 am to 1 pm Saturday and July 9 in the Johnstown-Monroe High School cafeteria. For the signup forms or more ...
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Community sports news
Reporter Online
Registration forms are available at http://www.brotherrice.org/athletics/springsports/volleyball. Oak Lawn High School will conduct several sports camps during the months of June and July. Included among them will be ones for football, boys' and girls' ...
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Reporter Online
The Women's World Cup Soccer Quiz
BusinessWeek
... celebration: a) Women's soccer became, albeit briefly, the most popular sport in America. b) Chastain did for sports bras what Nehru did for collar-less shirts: Ten seconds of TV exposure ignited a $438 million athletic undergarment business. c) ...
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RH Prep announces trio of awards at annual sports banquet
Palos Verdes Peninsula News
Receiving the male Athlete of the Year award was three-sport athlete Mariano Pacada. He earned letters in football, soccer and baseball. On the football field where he was used as a running back and wide receiver, Pacada collected 645 yards and scored ...
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Multiplier Changes Aim To Level Playing Field
Journal & Topics Newspapers Online
Its “athletic" enrollment is doubled by the ISHA because it has only one gender, and then the 1.65-multiplier is added, leaving its “sports” enrollment at more than 2000. It is classified in football in Class 8A, the largest, and it has made the ...
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Marshall Announces Co-Chairs For Capital Campaign
West Virginia MetroNews
The campaign, which is the first major capital campaign for Marshall Athletics, will benefit theathletics facilities plan announced in April. Included in those plans are a state-of-the-art indoor practice facility for all sports and a soccer complex. ...
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Repella, Viglianco Recognized for Excellence
West Virginia University Mountaineers
By Chuck Sullivan for MSNsportsNET.com PROVIDENCE, RI – The BIG EAST Conference has announced the 24 winners of the 2010-11 BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete Sport Excellence Awards, which recognize academic and athletic achievement as well as community service ...
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Prep notes: Steve Hare takes over as Berkshire AD (with video)
News-Herald.com
Jeffrey Swanson of Geneva will continue his education and athletic career at Thiel College. As a senior, Swanson scored 26 goals to lead the Cleveland district of the Ohio Scholastic SoccerCoaches Association. He also assisted on four goals. ...
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Has the SEC taken over college athletics?
North Platte Telegraph
North Carolina of the ACC is the dominant women's soccer program, but Florida did manage a national title in 1998. In women's swimming and diving, Florida, Georgia and Auburn have all won national titles in the last 10 years, so perhaps in this sport ...
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Stanford women tops Capital One Cup standings
Palo Alto Online
"The Stanford women and everyone who follows the athletics program should be proud of this accomplishment," Capital One Cup Advisory Board member and former Santa Clara Universitysoccer player Brandi Chastain said. "Winning the Capital One Cup ...
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Franklin Central alumnus Burt Austin will coach Flashes football team, head ...
Indianapolis Star
"I love football. I like all sports. This will give me a lot of time to be involved in athletics and give young people a chance to develop the good habits and values that I learned." Until recently, Austin's professional goal was to become a head ...
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Soccer Coach Sam Galvam
SouthCoastToday.com / Advocate
Coach Galvam's soccer teams, both boys and girls, qualified for the Massachusetts InterscholasticAthletic Association's State Soccer Tournament in each of his 19 years at the helm. This is an astonishing achievement for any coach in any sport. ...
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CSUN Summer Youth Sports Camps Ready to Go
Daily Sundial
By Gustavo Benitez The age drop is caused by students who are on campus temporarily for summer classes, tours, and others for the summer youth sports camps. CSUN's athletic department is offering five youth camps in tennis, soccer, basketball, ...
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Penn College names new AD
Williamsport Sun-Gazette
"With over 1200 students participating in intercollegiate, intramural and club sports, athletics is a very fine part of our community." Kennell, who graduated from Wesleyan College in North Carolina in 1998, played semi-pro soccer for the United Soccer ...
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Women on Top of the World
Wall Street Journal
The result is a competition that will demand both intense physical play and a Mensa-level football IQ from any team that hopes to topple a German squad that just might be unbeatable on home soil. "It's just not enough to be athletic and fit anymore," ...
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Beasley to play for Mexican team
News Sentinel
“I like that style of football. It's going to be a good place for me to get back to playing.” A decade ago, Beasley was regarded as one of the best American soccer prospects. But over the past several years, he's had a hard time finding time on the ...
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Publications Wins Four Best-in-Nation Awards
LSUSports.net
The football poster was put together by Jason Feirman, the LSU Athletics Publications Director, along with Associate AD/SID Michael Bonnette and chief photographer Steve Franz. Kenli Langlois supervised the publication of the winning soccer poster with ...
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Charles (Rip) Collins, 1920-2011: From Tigers' batboy to voice of Livonia ...
Detroit Free Press
... football, hockey and soccer games during his 15 years as the voice of Stevenson athletics. "He was just a great guy," Stevenson athletic director Lori Hyman told the Livonia Observer. "He had a way with kids, and he loved to be around sports. ...
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ICHS Spring Athletes Recognized for More Than Their Ability on the Field
Patch.com
Courtesy of ICHS Senior Danny Headley from the boys track team was named the Immaculate Conception High School Athletic Department's Knight Pride Award winner for the spring sportsseason. The award is given each sports season to an IC student-athlete ...
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UW Oshkosh finishes 12th in Directors' Cup standings
UW Oshkosh Today
By Kennan Timm 23 June 2011 No Comment Print this story The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh tallied a top-four national finish in four sports to take 12th place in the 2011 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III Learfield Sports...
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Morgan, Charles are Peninsula High's Athletes of the Year
Palos Verdes Peninsula News
For starters, she lettered all four years in two different sports — soccer and track. In track, Charles usually competed in four events — shot put, discus, long jump, triple jump and both hurdles races. Though she started off in the shot put, ...
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Plainwell plans celebrations for state-champion girls soccer team
Kalamazoo Gazette - MLive.com
"There is an amazing bunch of 19 girls on the team," athletic director David Price said. "I think you'll see some really great accomplishments from all these girls in the future." Price made the comment as he introduced the team during a school board ...
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Kalamazoo Gazette - MLive.com
ENY CHALLENGE CUP BOYS U-15 American Eagles 3, NY Hota Athletics 2
Big Apple Soccer
The American Eagles defeated the New York Hota Athletics, 3-2 in the Boys-Under-15 Arch Capital Group Challenge Cup final at the Peter Collins Soccer Park in Plainview, NY on June 11. American Eagles is a Boys-Under-14 team from the Metrokids Soccer ...
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The Woodlands wins unprecedented fourth straight 5A Lone Star Cup
Your Houston News
All UIL member high schools in good academic and athletic standing are eligible to contend for the Cup. Schools earn points in the boys' sports of baseball, basketball, football and soccer; girls'sports of basketball, soccer, softball and volleyball; ...
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Central hires new AD, soccer coach
Peoria Journal Star
By JANE MILLER Brien Dunphy knows he has big shoes to fill as the new athletics director at Central, but he's ready to step into them. Dunphy is replacing Chris Perry, who retired last week after 35 years. Dunphy comes to Central after a year at Manual ...
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Lakeshore Rotary honours four exceptional athletes
InsideHalton.com
Grahame Paine – Burlington Post Hockey-playing twin brothers Austin and Zachary LeMay are the first set of siblings to win student athletic awards from the Rotary Club of Burlington Lakeshore in the same year. The Nelson High school students were two ...
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Truett athletics adding two new teams, more on horizon
Access North Georgia
Indeed, the school is set to expand its current offering of 10 athletic programs (baseball, men's and women's basketball, men's and women's cross country, men's and women's golf, men's and women'ssoccer and softball) for the 2011-12 school year by ...
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Woodstock Academy athletic fields called worth wait
Norwich Bulletin
One of the new fields is multipurpose for soccer, football and lacrosse. The other is a baseball field that will be used for the academy's home games and for practice. All together, the project will use about 7 acres of a 14-acre, academy-owned parcel ...
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GVC recognizes athletic excellence
Winkler Times
The award recognizes the contribution of an athlete who volunteers both on and off the field. GVCathletic director Pat Alexander said it takes a lot of effort to create a great sports program and is built on the outstanding dedication of students like ...
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Accolades keep coming for Skyline's Kasen Williams
The Seattle Times (blog)
Williams has signed a National Letter of Intent to compete on an athletic scholarship at the University of Washington beginning this fall, where he will play football and suit up for the track and field team. The Gatorade Player of the Year program ...
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DUFFY: New Fairfield's McCourt lands at No. 20
Greenwich Time
As cliche as it sounds, if McCourt isn't playing sports, she doesn't know what to do with herself. "I've been active my whole life," she said. "It's just what I've been doing since I was little." She gets a two-week reprieve in between soccer and ...
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Arends active as Dodger senior
Fort Dodge Messenger
Fort Dodge Senior High athletic standout Drew Arends tried six different sports in high school. That doesn't make Arends a quitter, but rather, a competitor. Drawn to the unmatched feeling of a victory, Arends tried his luck in golf, soccer, football, ...
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Today: SPORTS, Athletics News, Jun 22, 2011
Training with football is an important sport that athletic trainers experience, ... IMSoccer NewsWomen's soccer was a brand new sport to the Olympics. ...
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Hawaii Girls Soccer News - Search Results - ESPN RISE | HIGH ...
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Florida Gators Sports News: Florida's athletics budget grows
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SPACE, Astronomy News, Jun 24, 2011 (2)


Why space looks better in photos
Sydney Morning Herald (blog)
In fact, one magazine, Astronomy, billed itself as ''the world's most beautifulastronomy magazine''. And sure enough, the stunning colour images inside meant I wasn't going to challenge it for pumping up its own tyres: majestic young galaxies with an ...
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Sydney Morning Herald (blog)
Astronomy's more than a day job
ABC Science Online
"But in the late 1950s early '60s everyone was caught up in space and astronomy. The technology was in ascendance, and the first artificial satellite was launched. "After a while my peers grew up, I remained starstruck," he says adding that although he ...
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ABC Science Online
Space telescope on the trail of ET
Irish Times
Unlike the 19th century, contact is now more frequently attempted by searching for transmissions from space rather than hoping a human message might be seen from above. This is also problematic though. “For the past 20 years, radio astronomershave ...
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Irish Times
The Star That Changed Our Universe
SkyandTelescope.com
Fast-forward 87 years: Prompted by astronomer-astronaut John Grunsfeld, astronomers decided to use the namesake Hubble Space Telescope to reobserve this game-changing star. First, however, since no modern observations of the star were known, ...
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SPACE organizes hands-on science activities at American Center
India PRwire (press release)
New Delhi, Delhi, June 23, 2011 /India PRwire/ -- SPACE Foundation in collaboration with American Center is organizing a one-day camp based on astronomy and spacescience on 24th June. The camp will include various hands-on science activities which...
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India PRwire (press release)
Herschel Telescope Measures Water Molecule Blast From Baby Star
Geekosystem
Each pulse could last a year, which is an incredibly short period of time in terms of astronomy. According to the researchers, when these stars form, material that will not go into the star itself is blasted back out into space, through the poles. ...
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White Dwarf Stars Predict Our Solar System's Demise
Universe Today
Using data from the Hubble Space Telescope, Nathan Dickinson, a postgraduate student in the University's Department of Physics and Astronomy, is hard at work analyzing chemical compositions of white dwarf stars for his PhD. ...
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Universe Today
Is This a Scene from Star Wars or a Real Image from the ISS?
Universe Today
So, enjoy one last beautiful look at the ATV-2 in this stunning image. You can follow Universe Today senior editor Nancy Atkinson on Twitter: @Nancy_A. Follow Universe Today for the latest space and astronomy news on Twitter @universetoday and on ...
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Earth Briefs
The Durango Herald
After a lecture about naked-eye astronomy of the ancestral Puebloans, the solar system and the universe, participants will drive to the upper parking lot of the Chimney Rock Archaeological Area for about 1½ hours of night-sky viewing. ...
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A galactic crash investigation
Astronomy Magazine
When huge clusters of galaxies crash together, the resulting mess is a treasure-trove of information for astronomers. By investigating one of the most complex and unusual colliding clusters in the sky, an international team of astronomers has pieced ...
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Around Town 06/23/2011
Abilene Reporter-News
Astronomy Club members will have their powerful telescopes aimed at the heavens and will be ready to share their vast knowledge about heavenly bodies. Saturn is predicted to be the "star" of the evening with its rings being visible. ...
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ESO Telescope Captures The Flames Of Betelgeuse
RedOrbit
... astronomers have imaged a complex and bright nebula around the supergiant star Betelgeuse in greater detail than ever before. This structure, which resembles flames emanating from the star, is formed as the behemoth sheds its material into space. ...
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Spiderwebs in Spaaaace!
By Nancy Atkinson
Most houses have at least a few cobwebs in corners or down in the basement, and now the decade-old International Space Station has some spiderwebs, too. But it's not because the astronauts have neglected cleaning — it's all in the.
Universe Today
Last space shuttle crew practices for July launch - Yahoo! News
The four astronauts who will bid goodbye to the space shuttle program are ... More on Space &Astronomy. Three Planets Now Shining Like Jewels in Dawn Sky ...
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SCIENCE News, Studies, Research, Technology.Jun 24, 2011


Report calls for stepped up education in science, technology, engineering and math
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (blog)
By Mark Johnson of the Journal Sentinel A new report by the National Research Council calls on national and local leaders to improve the education children receive from kindergarten through high school in the so-called STEM areas: science, technology, ...
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University of Guyana gets US$10 million for Low Carbon studies
Demerara Waves
WASHINGTON, June 23, 2011 - The World Bank's Executive Board today approved a credit of US$10 million to finance the University of Guyana Science and TechnologySupport Project. An estimated 6300 students and faculty will benefit from this project,...
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Demerara Waves
Radiation Risk: Are Some Cellphones More Dangerous Than Others?
LiveScience.com
A possible consequence of the higher radiation output of GSM phones was seen in a study published in the International Journal of Science Technology & Management in April. Researchers compared brain scans of people talking on GSM phones and CDMA phones ...
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Don't leave it to the scientists
ZDNet (blog)
I can absolutely substantiate that this is true, if only because there are whole chapters in many Fundamentals of Nursing books about the nurse's role in research and studies. It is a concept introduced early and encouraged often for nursing students ...
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Do iPads Cause Religious Experiences?
Religion Dispatches
By Andrew Aghapour Andrew Aghapour is a Ph.D. student in Religious Studies at UNC Chapel Hill where he studies religion and science. His research focuses on contemporary debates about cognitive science and religion. In a recent BBC documentary, ...
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Yoel Shalit graduates from Institute of Technology
Ynetnews
... his Bachelor of Computer Science (BSc) from Israel's Institute of Technology on Thursday. During the ceremony Yoel said he was sad his younger brother could not be there and study with him. Yoel started his studies shortly after Gilad fell captive. ...
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Ynetnews
DELAWARE: Summer STEM program launches in Seaford
Delmarva Daily Times
SEAFORD — About 100 elementary school children from the Seaford School District will be the first in Delaware to take part in Engineering is Elementary — a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics program. With the support of Delaware ...
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FDA approves laViv wrinkle treatment
PennLive.com
UWCHLAN — Aesthetic and therapeutic company Fibrocell Science Inc. on Wednesday said it received US Food and Drug Administration approval for its cell therapy that treats smile-line wrinkles in adults. The patented technology, called laVĂ­v, ...
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Condom Technology Leaps Forward With Radical Design Concepts for the 21st Century
PR Newswire (press release)
Resnic is the principal investigator for three Phase I Feasibility & Acceptability Studies designed as clinical research in the fields of HIV prevention and contraception. Resnic, who studied at the Art Center College of Design, developed the array of ...
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Nitrogen needs
Lawn & Landscape
Several studies have investigated sources and timing to reveal some interesting results. Oddly, while most of the research was conducted with various nitrogen sources, it was always applied at the “sacred” one pound of actual nitrogen per ...
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Can Beauty be Found in a Bottle? New Study Shows it Can
DigitalJournal.com (press release)
Encouraged by the consistently favorable outcome of the earlier studies, BioCell Technologyrecently completed a study investigating the effects of BioCell Collagen II® on diverse parameters relevant to aged appearance of the facial skin. ...
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NASA Awards Contract for Geophysics, Geodynamics and Space Geodesy Support
PR Newswire (press release)
SGT will provide support to investigators associated with current programs such as InterdisciplinaryStudies in Earth Science; projects such as GRACE, the Ocean Surface Topography Mission, and ICESat; and future missions defined in the National Academy ...
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A water cooler for the public health crowd
ScienceBlogs (blog)
Liz Borkowski is a Research Associate at the George Washington University School of Public Health's Department of Environmental and Occupational Health. She lives in Washington, DC and loves public transportation and pumpkin empanadas. ...
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GSO celebrates 50-year anniversary, contributions
South County Independent
Through his research, he developed technology used worldwide to track the flow of water in ocean currents by listening and controlling sound signals from stationary acoustic beacons. "I definitely am awed and amazed with how rich the science has become ...
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PLATO Learning Implements BigMachines SaaS Selling Platform
Business Wire (press release)
PLATO Learning is a leading provider of education technology solutions, offering innovative online courses for kindergarten through adult learners that include reading, writing, mathematics, science, social studies, and life and job skills. ...
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Computational software provides rapid identification of disease-causing gene ...
EurekAlert (press release)
Examples include the 2010 publications on Miller Syndrome in Nature Genetics and Science, and similar studies aimed at identifying the unknown genetic defects responsible for some early childhood diseases. However, a data interpretation bottleneck has ...
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Food nutrition student Sara Wallis named Young Scientist Of The Year by the ...
Bradford Telegraph and Argus
Food nutrition student Sara Wallis has been named Young Scientist Of The Year by the Institute of Food Science Technology for her research into potatoes. Her work will help Seabrook develop new flavours, improve production and reduce costs. ...
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Honorable mentions
Foster's Daily Democrat
Todd H. Daniels, Associate in Arts General Studies; Marie K. Kruger, Associate in ScienceComputer Information Sciences: Information Technology Option with High Honors; Marie K. Kruger, Certificate in Computer Applications with High Honors; ...
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Marine science program coming to Centennial
MiamiHerald.com
The school board recently approved a marine science and ecology magnet program at Centennial Middle School in Cutler Bay. In August, 60 sixth-graders will enroll in COAST, the Centennial Ocean Academy of Science and Technology, and the school board is ...
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MiamiHerald.com
Students explore the sciences in GSSM summer camp
SCNow
... vice president of outreach and research for GSSM in a release. "Through programs like SSP, we hope to inspire students to pursue studies and careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics." Guest appearances will be made by science ...
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SouthWest NanoTechnologies' Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes Effectively Absorb ...
Nanowerk LLC
"We're excited about the potential applications from this this cutting edge research that will hopefully yield new and exciting cancer therapies," explains SWeNT CEO Dave Arthur. "The number of biomedical research studies using our SWCNT that continues ...
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American Academy of Arts and Sciences Paper Assesses the Future of Nuclear ...
PR Newswire (press release)
Founded in 1780, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (www.amacad.org) is an independent policy research center that conducts multidisciplinary studies of complex and emerging problems. Current Academy research focuses on science and technology ...
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Medical Researchers Can Set the Stage for Health Insurance Reimbursement
Newswise (press release)
“We're pushing for studies that target the most commercially viable focused ultrasound applications, address safety and efficacy, and generate data that demonstrates the technology's comparative superiority in long-term benefits, quality of life and ...
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Scientist of the Week: Benjamin Miller
Laboratory Equipment
Every Thursday, Laboratory Equipment features a Scientist of the Week, chosen from the science industry's latest headlines. This week's scientist is Benjamin Miller of ado State Univ. Miller studies practices that may help keep aging muscles ...
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Big Dinosaurs Were Warm Beasts
Science AAAS
Evolutionary biologist Robert Eagle of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena heard about a technique from Caltech colleagues, who were using it to reconstruct ancient climates. By analyzing minerals in old rocks, geochemists can determine ...
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'Suspicious' Huawei to help set up telecom lab in India
Economic Times
Huawei and the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, where the testing lab will be housed, will soon sign a memorandum of understanding under which the Chinese company will provide "documentation, expertise, methods and standards for studying ...
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Cobb students post slight gain on CRCT scores
Marietta Daily Journal
In April and May, Georgia students in third through eighth grade are tested in five separate subjects each year on the CRCTs — reading, English and language arts, math, science and social studies. Students in third, fifth and eighth grades are ...
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Top of Her Class: Ishwarya Ananthabhotla
Patch.com
She is an active member of the research science program, varsity trivia team member and is captain of the math team. Ananthabhotla interests outside of school include singing Carnatic Indian classical music. Ananthabhotla will attend Massachusetts ...
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RE lessons 'dropped by a quarter of comprehensives'
Telegraph.co.uk
Critics claim the development undermines the teaching of other subjects, such as RE, music, art, physical education, ICT and design and technology, which are not included. Ed Pawson, the association's chairman, said, “GCSE religious studies is a ...
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Student notes
Herald Times Reporter
Kiel — Greta Hau, Bachelor of Science, human development and family studies; Laura Henning, Bachelor of Science, human development and family studies; Natalie Schroeder, Bachelor of Fine Arts, art; Kimberly Schultz, Bachelor of Science, ...
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Diman Regional Voc-Tech Class of 2011 Top 10
Fall River Spirit
He will attend Bristol Community College in the fall, majoring in computer science. ANTHONY LEWIS, the son of Alfred and Linda Lewis of Fall River, is a graduate of the Electronics program. He has achieved high honors throughout his years at Diman and ...
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USC in the News 6/23/2011
USC News
Green Bay Press Gazette ran an obituary for Ruth Zemke, professor emerita of the USC Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, noting that while directing graduate studies at USC she provided academic guidance for many students who ...
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This Week in Nature
RNAi News (blog)
Venditti and his colleagues conduct clinical research aimed at defining the natural history of these conditions, as well as studies that use metabolic, genetic and genomic approaches to better-understand the basic biology underlying these disorders. ...
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Researchers see RAK as 'new frontier' in sustainable energy
The National
"As the UAE is planning more and more emphasis on science and research and we are looking to integrate local technologies on a large scale in and around RAK, such opportunities will arise in a natural and straightforward way," he said.
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INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Ivy Tech to expand degree offerings
nwitimes.com
Ivy Tech Community College has been approved to offer four new degrees at select campuses. New programs include dental assisting and engineering technology. The Indiana University School of Medicine appointed a new associate dean for graduate studies. ...
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Research and Markets: Sputtering Materials for VLSI and Thin Film Devices ...
Business Wire (press release)
Materials science fundamentals, types of metallic materials for conductors, diffusion barrier, data storage, and flat panel display applications are also discussed. The author illustrates his arguments with case studies and real-world examples of ...
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Graphical Development Software helps teach STEM concepts.
ThomasNet Industrial News Room
June 23, 2011 - Integrating with NI myDAQ portable data-logging device, Vernier sensors, and LEGO® Education robotics platforms, NI LabVIEW for Education helps teach science, technology, engineering, and math concepts to high school students. ...
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Wells in region part of EPA fracking study
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
"This is an important part of a process that will use the best science to help us better understand the potential impacts of hydraulic fracturing on drinking water," Paul Anastas, assistant administrator for EPA's Office of Research and Development, ...
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UPI NewsTrack Health and Science News
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Writing in the journal Environmental Science & Technology, scientists from the Chinese Academy of Sciences say that despite having 40 percent of the world's proposed nuclear power plants, the country lacks an independent regulatory agency and ...
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Story tips from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, June ...
PhysOrg.com (press release)
The research represents the state of the art in combining computational and neutron scatteringstudies of a material. SEQUOIA was able to measure hydrogen dynamics in the low-energy ranges of the material that previously have been inaccessible because ...
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Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center at Scottsdale Healthcare and Arizona Cancer ...
PR Newswire (press release)
IGC thanks the National Cancer Institute, the National Human Genome Research Institute, Maricopa County, the City of Phoenix, AmeriPath Quest, US Oncology, Science Foundation Arizona, the Flinn Foundation as well as many of the pharmaceutical companies ...
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Libraries: Information And Knowledge Spaces
Huffington Post (blog)
Themes of contemporary discourse in the disciplines of new media and information and libraryscience will further their presence in architecture, urban design and planning discourse through the increasing inclusion of communication technologies in the ...
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City life bad for the brain
ABC Science Online
They say the study shows a link, but aren't certain whether one is the cause of the other, and therefore recommend larger studies to rule out any external factors. "Suchstudies could, for example, measure individuals' perceived position in a social ...
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$3K ExxonMobil grant helps Cal City school purchase Smart Boards
nwitimes.com
"Working for a company that relies on technology in every facet of its business, I recognize the critical role of a solid science education," Sherrill said. "We believe it is fundamentally important to encourage kids to pursue studies in fields ...
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Desert Research and Technology Studies Education Webinar (July 13 ...
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Desert Research and Technology Studies (RATS) education engages classrooms in real-time exploration science and engineering during field tests through activities where students create geologic maps from satellite images, select sites ...
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