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Should You Mix Business with Pleasure?

Back in college, I fell in love with my History professor. A couple years after I had him for a teacher, I had him for a lover. He was ten years my senior. Nothing became of it. He was a confirmed bachelor, and I was […]

Children who eat too much sugar are developing diseases that only alcoholics used to get

Eating too much sugar isn't just a problem for our waistlines. It's making us sick, very sick. Here, Robert Lustig, who is a professor of pediatric endocrinology at UC San Francisco, explains just how much our health has taken a turn for the worse since the '70s and '80s. Show More Summary

Scientists just made electronic skin that’s better than human skin

Scientists at the University of Glasgow have invented a robot skin that surpasses human flesh. Professor Ravinder Dahiya and his team created a silicone and graphine skin which provides haptic feedback to the user. The thin layer of graphine acts as a sensor, making the electronic skin (e-skin) very sensitive to touch. Show More Summary

Third Law Of Thermodynamics Gets Proof

Two quantum physics professors have developed a proof of the third law of thermodynamics. As well as being academically satisfying, it could help make quantum computing more viable. The wording of the third law varies, but a common version...Show More Summary

Professor, lawmaker, conservationist Bob Ream died Wednesday

Bob Ream, a wildlife biology professor, state lawmaker and conservationist, died Wednesday in Helena. He was 80. Officials with Anderson Stevenson Wilke Funeral Home declined to release a cause of … Click to Continue »

Leading French osteoporosis expert awarded IOF CNS Medal

(International Osteoporosis Foundation) Dr. Thierry Thomas, Professor of Medicine and Head of the Rheumatology Department, University hospital, St. Etienne, France, has been awarded the 2017 IOF Committee of National Societies (CNS) Medal, presented at a ceremony held in Florence, Italy during the World Congress on Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis & Musculoskeletal Diseases.

On the trail of Parkinson's disease

(University of Konstanz) The molecular causes of diseases such as Parkinson's need to be understood as a first step towards combating them. University of Konstanz chemists working alongside Professor Malte Drescher recently succeeded in analysing what happens when selective mutations of the alpha-synuclein protein occur -- a protein that is closely linked to Parkinson's disease.

Maestro move: Sakari Oramo takes over at Sibelius Academy

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Message from Vesa Siren: Congratulations to Sibelius Academy and Sakari Oramo, their next professor of conducting from 2020. This is the famous chair of Jorma Panula, Eri Klas, Leif Segerstam and now Atso Almila, who retires in 2019. Oramo, son of two Sibelius Academy professors, will probably have to give up one of his orchestras […]

University of Minnesota Law Professor Charged In Multi-Million Dollar Corporate Fraud Scheme

Edward Adams, Howard E. Buhse Professor of Finance and Law at the University of Minnesota Law School, has been indicted for stealing $4.4 million from investors and paying $2.5 million to his own law firm. Department of Justice Press Release, University of Minnesota Law Professor Charged In Multi-Million Dollar Corporate...

The development of amphibians and reptiles through twelve million years of geological history

Together with an international team, Senckenberg scientist Professor Dr. Madelaine Böhme studied the development of the amphibian and reptile fauna in Western Siberia during the past twelve million years. In their study, published today...Show More Summary

Everyone behaving badly

(Paul Mirengoff) One of my favorite law professors once said, after returning from a conference in Las Vegas, that the place made him wonder not just whether America will survive, but whether it should. America survived the Las Vegas of the early 1970s, and I believe we will survive the Washington of the mid 2010s. Show More Summary

WHY ARE LEFTIST INSTITUTIONS SUCH CESSPITS OF SEXUAL ABUSE? A Former Student Says UC Berkeley’s S…

WHY ARE LEFTIST INSTITUTIONS SUCH CESSPITS OF SEXUAL ABUSE? A Former Student Says UC Berkeley’s Star Philosophy Professor Groped Her And Watched Porn At Work. “Searle, 84, is famous for his work in the philosophy of language and the philosophy of mind and has taught at UC Berkeley since 1959. In 2016, the university unveiled […]

Charles Murray speaks at Columbia, with wide faculty support

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Some professors said they don't agree with what Murray has to say, but they defend his right to say it.        

Why Banning Laura Kipnis Would Betray Wellesley's Academic Mission

Six professors at the college insist that campus speakers like the feminist intellectual will cause students “damage” or “injury.”

Peter Kwong, Authority on Chinese Immigration, Dies at 75

Professor Kwong was a scholar, journalist, documentary filmmaker and author, charting the history of Chinese newcomers in the United States.

Tonight’s Reading Material For Republican Legislators.

Mike Magee Since the Republicans have stalled today in their eight year pursuit to repeal Obamacare, perhaps they should take the night off, and relax by reading UNC professor Jonathan Oberlander’s NEJM advice on next steps. Here are...Show More Summary

Lawsuit alleges that a UC Berkeley professor sexually assaulted his researcher and cut her pay when she rejected him

Essential Education: Cal State trustees approve tuition increase March 23, 2017, 2:08 p.m. Welcome to Essential Education, our daily look at education in California and beyond. Here's the latest:Students protested, but Cal State leaders voted to approve a tuition hike.The University of California...

Lavish EU 60th Celebration Will Skirt Issues in Stumbling Italy, the Host Country

"Italy was until very recently at the forefront of the European integration process," Luigi Zingales, professor of finance at University of Chicago Booth School of Business, said in an interview. "Today it's undoubtedly Europe's weakest...Show More Summary

As The NCAA Finals Loom, Let Workers Enjoy The Madness (Tax Free!)

March Madness can cost employers potentially billions in lost productivity. But rather than ban basketball at work, Ben Wright, a Ball State marketing professor, believes that companies should embrace it during the NCAA tournament.

Lawyers, Law Students: Your Retweets Could Cost You a Job

By now we all know the social media basics. Don't post anything offensive online. Don't berate your professors, politicians, peers on Facebook, Instagram, or Snapchat. Don't skip work then tweet about how sweet the surfing is today, brah. And now, here's another one: be careful what you retweet, for......

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