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From the field to free enterprise, former USC football players...

Aug. 24--Student athletes come to the University of South Carolina in Columbia to play sports and get an education. Afterward, they often find the area to be a fine place to stay and raise a family. "That's why you see so many former (USC) athletes ... BusinessWeek, 3 days ago

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Ex-Dividend Reminder: United Fire Group, F.N.B.and Columbia Property Trust

Looking at the universe of stocks we cover at , on 8/28/14, United Fire Group, Inc. ( NASD: UFCS ), F.N.B. Corp. ( NYSE: FNB ), and Columbia Property Trust Inc ( NYSE: CXP ) will all trade ex-dividend for their respective upcoming dividends. United ...
 Forbes.com20 hours ago

After Criticism, Columbia University Revamps Sexual Misconduct Policy

Tweet Columbia University has revised its sexual assault misconduct policy to allow lawyers to attend a student's hearing and/or disciplinary meeting. Students will also no longer be able to serve on hearing panels that ...
 EducationNews.org11 hours ago Columbia University Revises Policy on Sexual-Assault Misconduct  Bloomberg1 week ago Columbia University Shuts Out Student Activists In Creation Of New Sexual Assault Policy  Huffington Post1 week ago

MELA Sciences Collaborates With Columbia University Imaging Experts

IRVINGTON, N.Y., Aug. 26, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- MELA Sciences, Inc. ( Nasdaq:MELA ), developer of the MelaFind ® system, a non-invasive optical diagnostic tool that assists dermatologists in the diagnosis of melanoma at its most curable and ...
 Town Hall23 hours ago Former Prof Hid Cameras in Changing Room at U of British Columbia  Campus Safety Magazine23 hours ago Respect Your Universe Appoints Jameel Vaghela as CFO  Financial Content1 day ago MELA SCIENCES : Collaborates With Columbia University Imaging Experts  4 Traders23 hours ago
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Genes Play a Key Role in Determining If You are Vulnerable to Hangovers

Researchers at University of Missouri-Columbia have found that genetics has a major influence on whether a person suffers from a hangover after a night of drinking. The researchers carried out a telephonic survey on 4,000 middle aged twins in Australia, ...
 Med India21 hours ago Genes may influence hangover chances  Jagran Post2 days ago Hangover Blame it on your genes  Hindustan Times2 days ago
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Spherical Display Lets You See 3-D Animations from Any Angle

Researchers from the University of São Paulo, in Brazil, and University of British Columbia, in Canada, have developed a spherical display that lets users see and interact with three-dimensional objects. In one demonstration, viewers have the ...
 Spectrum Online1 day ago Spheree lets you watch animated images in full 3D  Big News Network1 day ago Now, camera that can see around the corner  Business Standard2 months ago Team shows calibrated multiple-projector spherical display  PhysOrg.com16 hours ago
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MicroPact Delivers Enterprise Case Management Solutions to Major Universities

University of British Columbia, Georgia State University Select entellitrak® to Manage Diverse Business Operations HERNDON, Va. , Aug. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- MicroPact Inc., the global leader in Data-First Case Management and Business Process ...
 Securities Technology Monitor1 day ago Activate Your Company Potential By Teaming Up With A University  Forbes.com1 day ago

Video: Scientists grow human cartilage using stem cells

Jun. 02 2014 Researchers at Columbia University successfully grow fully functional human cartilage for the first time in a laboratory. The scientists used adult bone marrow stem cells and condensed them through a process that mimics how the body ...
 Globe and Mail1 day ago

New study suggests that autism can be effectively treated

Researchers at New York's University of Columbia were able to re-establish the brain's "pruning mechanism" in mice genetically modified to simulate autism The post New study suggests that autism can be effectively treated appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com4 days ago Slowdown of Brain's Pruning Process Responsible for Excessive Synapses in Brain of Autistic Kids  Med India4 days ago Autistic children have too many synapses in brain  DNA5 days ago Autistic kids have 'too' many synapses in brain  Business Standard5 days ago
Hindustan Times

Sleepless teens may pile on the pounds Study

Teens who think sleep is overrated should guess again, according to a recent study conducted at Columbia University in New York that suggests sleep deprivation during adolescence could lead to obesity. 'Sleepless' teens watching TV. (AFP) The research team ...
 Hindustan Times4 days ago A new study out of Colombia University suggests sleep deprivation during adolescence could lead to obesity.  IAfrica.com5 days ago
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