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Women in Business Q&A: Bethany Lampland, COO, The New York Foundling

As Chief Operating Officer, Bethany oversees all of The New York Foundling's business departments- human resources, finance, legal, development and communications, information technology, facilities and capital projects. Since assuming...Show More Summary

Clinton, Bloomberg promote project closing gender gaps

Clinton launched an initiative, Data2X, two years ago to help women whose hardships are not addressed because of a lack of information.

AEI/Heritage Project for the Common Defense Weekly Read Board (Navy)

Navy: "Air Sea Battle and Offshore Control Are Not Mutually Exclusive: The Case for a Full Spectrum U.S. Conventional Deterrent in East Asia," by Jon Solomon (Information Dissemination, 12/08/14) "Air Sea Battle and Offshore ControlShow More Summary

NYT Brings Adventures in Uninformative Budget Reporting to Kansas

Yes Toto, we're back in Kansas and we're discovering some folks really don't believe in reporting that provides meaningful information to readers. After all, what will most people make of an article on projected deficits in Kansas that...Show More Summary

Exclusive: Top Safety Gerod Holliman Declares for NFL Draft; Fits MIA, IND & KC

Louisville safety Gerod Holliman has informed Bleacher Report NFL Draft Expert Matt Miller that he is declaring for the 2015 NFL draft. Where is Holliman projected to be drafted? Is he making the right move in declaring for the draft?...Show More Summary

Strange 'STALKER' Developers Re-Emerge To Ask For More Money

Remember Areal, that suspicious Kickstarter project made by a studio claiming to be in an "information war " with Russia after receiving a signed letter from Vladimir Putin? It disappeared after its Kickstarter campaign was suspended. Areal is still gone, but its creator is back with something even more strange. Read more...

HL7 Argonaut Project Aims to Enable Health Care Interoperability

Health Level Seven International (HL7), a nonprofit health care information interoperability and standards organization, has announced the launch of the Argonaut Project, an initiative dedicated to accelerating the development and adoption of HL7's Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources.

No Tax Breaks For Noah's Ark Theme Park Due To Discriminatory Practices

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Via Insider Louisville: Kentucky’s Tourism Arts & Heritage Cabinet Secretary Bob Stewart informed representatives of the proposed Ark Encounter tourist attraction today that their project will not be eligible for up to $18 million in tax incentives from the state, due to their refusal to pledge not to discriminate in hiring based on religion. Show More Summary

WikiGalaxy lets you view Wikipedia as an interactive virtual galaxy

WikiGalaxy is French engineering student Owen Cornec’s reimagining of how we view and consume information – specifically Wikipedia pages. The project takes each individual entry on the online encyclopedia and plots it as a star in aShow More Summary

Clothes Shopping: Deciphering Useful Info From Care Tags

If you don't want to conduct a major research project before making purchases, care tags can provide some useful information for healthy and green clothing purchases.

Rustic-Modern Dining Venue in The High Apennines: Restaurant Colò

Italy-based Gariselli Associati sent us photos and information about their latest project entitled Restaurant Colò and located in the high Apennines of Modena. This region is known as a tourist destination frequented mainly by skiers and mountaineers. Show More Summary

Robotic Flotilla Track Tagged Fish

The second phase of an ambitious project to gather valuable information on ocean processes and marine life using a fleet of innovative marine robots has just reached its conclusion. Co-ordinated by the National Oceanography Centre (NOC),...Show More Summary

Fantasy Football Week 15: Rankings, Projections and Waiver-Wire Tips

First of all, congratulations to everyone who reads this column, for I am assuming anyone taking time off their precious lives to peruse fantasy football information is still alive in their respective playoffs. For the rest of you masochists, I will not be offended if you turn away. Show More Summary

Awesome Stuff: Documentary Day

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For this week's awesome stuff, we've got a few informative film projects doing the rounds on Kickstarter. Arresting Power With the ever-present issue of police abuse and racial profiling currently coming to a head across America, the...Show More Summary

PNAS: Benoit Hamelin, Computer Security Developer

I’ve decided to do a new round of profiles in the Project for Non-Academic Science (acronym deliberately chosen to coincide with a journal), as a way of getting a little more information out there to students studying in STEM fields who will likely end up with jobs off the “standard” academic science track. The eleventh…

More than half of employees don’t feel respected

When your boss “informs” you on Friday that he expects you to come in on Saturday to do a project he just assigned you five minutes ago, you feel like he doesn’t respect you. When you work hard on a presentation, and then your boss announces that she’ll present it to senior management — with […]

PNAS: Hamish Johnson, Physicsworld.com Editor

I’ve decided to do a new round of profiles in the Project for Non-Academic Science (acronym deliberately chosen to coincide with a journal), as a way of getting a little more information out there to students studying in STEM fields who will likely end up with jobs off the “standard” academic science track. The tenth…

Novel Nutrition Plan Sparks Debate

Personalized diet plans will not be widely accepted by the public until regulations are in place to protect information about our DNA, new research has shown. Led by Newcastle University, the Food4Me project is a €9 million EU project investigating the potential of nutrigenomics – a relatively new branch of nutrition which looks at how […]

Informed Speculation: What $15 Billion Might Buy

[UPDATE: Chris Karnes points out that small starts grants are capped at $250m in total project size, so Tacoma Link extension is ineligible.] This month’s board deliberations revealed that Sound Transit’s request to the legislature for more tax revenue would enable an ST3 capital program unlikely to exceed $15 billion in year of expenditure (YOE) dollars, not conincidentally […]

PNAS: Steven Olson, Semiconductor Engineer

I’ve decided to do a new round of profiles in the Project for Non-Academic Science (acronym deliberately chosen to coincide with a journal), as a way of getting a little more information out there to students studying in STEM fields who will likely end up with jobs off the “standard” academic science track. Ninth in…

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