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The courtship that has riveted the neuroscience world blossomed at a Saturday night dinner in a tony Brentwood restaurant. USC provost Elizabeth Garrett and executive vice provost Michael Quick kept the conversation light. Over chicken with braised...
Scott Beck By John P. Huston,Tribune reporter Scott Beck's brain isn't the only instrument he uses to help him excel at math and science. Beck, a Highland Park High School senior, turns to the French horn to "kind of keep me balanced and keep me...
A strong and sustainable 21st century economy can only be built from the bottom up. And today, as President Barack Obama visits Baltimore, it is this fact that will drive us to join with him to renew a call for Congress to focus on common-sense...
“The Third Industrial Revolution” has a much-needed educative value in equipping us to survive in a world of climate change. This book is a “must read” for those wanting to understand climate change, climate maintenance and their...
A critic of the region's air-quality agency is questioning the academic credentials of a board member empowered to vote on the fate of the fire rings in Newport Beach and Huntington Beach. Clark E. Parker, who sits on the South Coast Air Quality...
Mary Jane Saunders may be stepping down as president of Florida Atlantic University, but she will remain as one of the school's highest paid employees. And her new $276,000 salary will actually cost taxpayers $76,000 more. Saunders, who resigned...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- Mary Bevilacqua couldn't imagine giving up her art to pursue science, or sacrificing her science for an art career. "I was so passionate about art and science, I just couldn't see going through life without both," she says. As it turns...
The Hartford Courant— Nearly 40 years ago, Robert Kuchta was hiking on the rock ridge on the Southington-Wolcott border when he saw something unusual in the valley below – a ring of bright-scarlet maples surrounding a smaller circle of white pines. "I decided to...
A breakthrough in stem cell research has again raised the specter of human cloning. The discovery by a team at Oregon Health and Science University moves the world incrementally closer to that result, but its more immediate effect will be to spur...
Lt. Col. Jack Fischer visits NASA-Langley to fly the Dream Chaser spacecraft on the motion-based Research Flight Deck simulator. Read the whole NASA Dream Chaser spacecraft simulator story.
Tags: Science and Technology, NASA, Space Programs
Chicago - Ohio farmer Les Seiler has applied gypsum to his fields for the past five years. His farm is based in Fulton County, Ohio, 40 miles west of Toledo and near the Michigan border where Seiler says cold and wet spring weather is “guaranteed.”...
Lafayette College geologist Kira Lawrence is piecing together a model of the climate between 3 million and 5 million years ago by analyzing the chemical makeup of organic matter from the bottom of the ocean. It was a time called the Pliocene Epoch,...
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