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Four Million Young People Were Homeless Last Year. Four Million.

Nearly 4.2 million kids and young adults without a parent or guardian are homeless across the United States over the course of a year. A new study from the University of Chicago revealed the startling statistic this week, focused specifically...Show More Summary

CFR: A Conversation with David Swensen

This is the keynote session of the Stephen C. Freidheim Symposium on Global Economics. This symposium focuses on the future of investment management in a world of low returns, the financial pressures felt by universities, states, and individuals around the world, and methods for adjusting to low returns on investments. Show More Summary

The New Health Care Experience For Consumers

By HEALTH 2.o                                     SPONSORED CONTENT We are human and we need health care. These are universal truths. Here’s another one – we are consumers. Consumers who happen to be in a constant state of adapting to new health care protocols. The advent of value-based care over fee-for-service has also seen an emergence

New study out of WSU further supports use of progesterone to fight preterm birth

(Wayne State University - Office of the Vice President for Research) A new study published today -- World Prematurity Day -- in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology provides additional support for treatment with vaginal progesterone...Show More Summary

CRISPR patent wars highlight problem of granting broad intellectual property rights for tech that offers public benefits

(Phys.org)—Duke University Law professor Arti Rai and bio-technology professor Robert Cook-Deegan with Arizona State University have stepped into the gene editing patent war with an Intellectual Property Policy Forum paper they have had published in the journal Science. Show More Summary

How Carlos Hyde reset his own destiny

By deciding to leave his hometown and live with his grandmother, Carlos Hyde might have changed his future. After a standout career at Ohio State University, Carlos Hyde has established a reputation as one of the NFL's toughest runners to bring down with the San Francisco 49ers. Show More Summary

Heavy nitrogen molecules reveal planetary-scale tug-of-war

(Rice University) Researchers from Rice University, UCLA, Michigan State and the University of New Mexico have discovered a planetary-scale tug-of-war between life, deep Earth and the upper atmosphere that is expressed in atmospheric nitrogen. The research appears this week in Science Advances.

Veterinarian Says the Same Food Safety Rules That Apply to Humans Also Apply to Pets

Like to give your furry friend tidbits of human food on Thanksgiving? A Kansas State University veterinarian shares several food safety tips on how to keep people and their pets healthy this holiday season.

A studio visit with Wihro Kim

10 hours agoUnited States / Atlanta : ArtsATL

Wihro Kim is an emerging Atlanta artist who creates immersive visual experiences through installation and painting. He received his BFA from Georgia State University, graduating Magna Cum Laude in 2015. Most recently his work has shown in a solo exhibition, Nothing Lasts Forever, Until It Does, at Mammal Gallery. He was also recently awarded a residency at...

New study hopes to empower parents of children with autism

(Boston Medical Center) Researchers from Boston Medical Center, in conjunction with researchers from Florida State University and others across the country, are collaborating on a study that aims to get parents involved with early intervention services sooner.

UC regents admonish UC President Janet Napolitano for approval of interference in state audit

University of California regents meeting on Thursday admonished UC President Janet Napolitano for agreeing to a plan that led to interference in a state audit on the operation of her office. Her approval of a plan in which top aides would preview campus administrators’ confidential survey responses...

Researchers tunnel to a new light source

(Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics) The Ohio State University researchers, with scientists at Wright State University and Naval Research Laboratory, describe a promising new semiconductor LED made with GaN-based materials that could boost wallsocket efficiency by reducing energy losses and self-heating. Show More Summary

More than a numbers game: New technique gauges microbial communities by biomass

A new technique devised by researchers from North Carolina State University and the University of Calgary provides a more in-depth look at the composition of and activity within microbial communities - the microscopic life within our bodies and all around us.

Skaggs scores 26, Washington State beats Seattle 75-59

Carter Skaggs had 26 points and seven rebounds, and Viont'e Daniels added 17 points as Washington State beat Seattle University 75-59 on Wednesday night        

Cal State Fullerton’s Anil Puri: Immersive experiences – going beyond the class lecture

By Anil Puri When two massive neutron stars collided this summer in the outer reaches of the universe, the mash-up set off a cosmic flash and a ripple of gravitational waves that, for the first time in history, were captured by detectors 130 million light-years away, here on Earth. The discovery forever changed the field […]

Come see my Lecture at CSUN on Monday

I’ll give a lecture at California State University Northridge (CSUN) next Monday (November 20th) from 4:30pm to 6:00pm at Manzanita Hall Room 213, on the... Continue reading ?

Investigation finds UC officials interfered with audit

An investigation ordered by the University of California regents finds that officials in the UC president's office improperly interfered in a state audit. The investigation conducted by former state Supreme … Click to Continue »

First transcatheter implant for diastolic heart failure successful

(MediaSource) Researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center have come up with a new device, proven safe and effective, to treat diastolic heart failure.

UC President Janet Napolitano's aides interfered in audit of her office, investigation finds

Top aides to University of California President Janet Napolitano interfered with a state audit of her office, suppressing campus criticism of its services and operations, according to findings of an investigation ordered by the UC Board of Regents. Napolitano approved a plan to instruct administrators...

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