Texas A&M's home finale victory over Mississippi State marked a night to remember for anyone donning maroon and white nationwide, as the Kyle Field faithful were granted one last opportunity to view their fearless quarterback in his natural environment. Show More Summary
When in doubt, put the ball in the hands of Todd Gurley. (Jason Getz / AJC) A Dawg fan’s confession: During that nightmarish first half of Saturday’s game at Grant Field, in which Paul Johnson’s Yellow Jackets jumped out to a 20-0 lead and it seemed nothing could go right for Georgia, I thought we were looking at a potential blowout. Show More Summary
Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen saw that his defense wasn't paying attention to Penn State receiver Eugene Lewis. Naturally, he ran onto the field to call a timeout to prevent an easy touchdown. Unfortunately, the referee didn't grantShow More Summary
Corey Grant fielded the kick at the 10-yard line. His Tigers led Tennessee, 34-20, coming out of the halftime break on Nov. 9. With the ball in his hands, Grant saw an opportunity to put the Volunteers away — and to continue to prove...Show More Summary
A patent granted to Apple today for a Light Field camera – a camera with zero shutter delay and where the focus point can be changed after taking the photo – covers the precise technology Steve Jobs told biographer Walter Isaacson he wanted to use to “reinvent photography.” He had three things that he wanted to […]
A Fox Sports cameraman at the Iowa State-Oklahoma game was carted off the field with an apparent leg injury after Cyclones quarterback Grant Rohach ran into him on the sidelines. The cameraman deserves credit for hanging in there and...Show More Summary
Part-time Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Light Heavyweight Vitor Belfort said he wanted a level playing field. Well, now he's got one. "The Phenom," who puffed up from middleweight to settle an old score from PRIDE 32 back in 2006,...Show More Summary
In the field of fitness trackers and apps, evidence of their efficacy is often anecdotal. The New York-based health startup Noom is looking to back their technology up with harder evidence, though, and they have received a small business grant from the National Institutes of Health to do so.
Sonosite Fuji is not the only player in the field any more, as competitive pressures are building up with the introduction of new offerings from competitors. Case in point is the new ultrasound from Samsung Medison. The FDA granted the...Show More Summary
The main objective To promote advanced research with a humanities or social sciences perspective by established researchers in priority fields of research, which are identified annually by the IOC. For the 2014/2015 edition, a list of...Show More Summary
Arizona is already staking out a leadership position in solar power, and now it’s looking to take the algae biofuel field by storm with a new $8 million Energy Department grant to the University of Arizona. The funding will enable UA...Show More Summary
By Grant Zeng: Tekmira is one of the pioneers in the field of RNAi therapeutics. The Company has been at the forefront of the RNAi technology revolution over the last decade and has been involved in the research and development of RNAi...Show More Summary
Cornerstone Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a leader in the growing field of cancer metabolism-based therapeutics, has announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted orphan drug designation to CPI-613, the Company's lead Altered Energy Metabolism Directed (AEMD) drug candidate, for the treatment of myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS). Show More Summary
The grammar for how baseball is broadcast on television is not an obvious one, as the sport's irregularly-shaped field and rapidly-changing scenes of action makes it the most challenging to televise. Today we take for granted how baseball is supposed to "look," but the man responsible for crafting the game's broadcast standards is undoubtedly director Harry Coyle. Read more...
Congratulations to Phil Baran of Scripps for getting a MacArthur Foundation grant. There aren't many of those that have landed in the field of chemistry - a commenter here points out Carolyn Bertozzi at Berkeley, Laura Kiessling at Wisconsin, and Melanie Sanford at Michigan as the past winners. A worthy bunch!
Walk onto many campuses across Los Angeles, and you will see parent volunteers bustling about, making copies, assisting in the classroom, opening car doors at drop off, writing grants or chaperoning field trips. On some campuses, parent...Show More Summary
According to Grant Wahl of Sports Illustrated, Michael Bradley limped off of the field before Team USA's 3-1 loss to Costa Rica. Bradley injured his ankle in gruesome fashion, as Wahl displayed in an NSFW photo. Should Bradley miss time, his injury would be a huge blow to Team USA's chances of defeating Mexico on Sept. Show More Summary
Not all health care innovations come out of NIH R01 grants. Here's one developed by Lisa Corcoran, an OR nurse who was tired of wearing the bouffant caps that are popular in the medical field. Her Surgibun™ hair covers are disposable...Show More Summary
There is nothing more beautiful than The Swamp one dad made for his kids. Granted, there might be more dazzling displays, but it's football season, so all rankings are biased at this point. For the Win (h/t College Spun) spotted a couple of tweets from football fan, Jason Ioppolo. Show More Summary
(GRANTS PASS, Ore.) — Oregon farmers are moving ahead with plans to start planting their next crop as questions remain about the source of a patch of genetically modified wheat found in a farmer’s field there last spring that threatened trade between the Pacific Northwest and other countries. Show More Summary