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Medical Student Helps Create The Medical Student Press

A rising second-year UCF medical student has co-founded the Medical Student Press, an online open-access medical student publishing group. Gabriel Glaun, a member of the College of Medicine's class of 2017, is executive editor ... UCF, 2 weeks ago

India's first insectorium opens in B'lore

The National Bureau of Agriculturally Important Insects has set up Indias first-ever insectorium in the City with a mandate to preserve insects that are endemic only to India and which also serve a purpose in the ecology of the country. The insectorium is ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Getting the buzz on insects  The Hindu4 weeks ago

Call Me Ishmael Is An Intimate, Multimedia Love Letter To Books

Leave a voicemail about a book you love and a story youve lived, the project asks. It was a long flight, and one woman had brought Cutting For Stone by Abraham Verghese to occupy herself. When she got to the book's saddest passage, she started ...
 Fast Company1 month ago

Put these books on your reading list

Reporters often ask politicians and other people they are speaking to, What are you reading? It is a question that often will provide insight into the life of the person being interviewed. President Clinton not only would say what he was reading ...
 WorldNetDaily1 month ago
Jewish Tribune

North American medical students thrive in diverse region

| Share this article: Tweet Canadian Alexis Steinberg gives her valedictorian address Rachel Stern Siegman Special to the Tribune The sunny shore of Haifa's bay usually imbues images of ships, sand and thoughts of carefree days.
 Jewish Tribune1 month ago


The belief, writes vidyarthy chatterjee , needs to be underlined at least thrice that even in the best of times benevolent despotism is about the best that the Tatas can honestly claim to have given Jamshedpur THIRTY-NINE summers ago when ...
 The Statesman1 month ago
Gesiel School Of Medicine

Speeches from the 2014 Geisel Class Day Ceremony

Be bold, Dean Chip Souba told the members of the Geisel Class of 2014 at last weekend's Class Day Ceremony. Be aspirational. Reach for the stars. You won't regret it. Youre a Geisel School of Medicine graduate. The dean was one of several ...
 Gesiel School Of Medicine2 months ago

World media roundup 17 June 2014

Marion Coutts: 'There is going to be a destruction… the obliteration of a person' UK The Guardian In 2008 art critic, Tom Lubbock, was diagnosed with a brain tumour that was attacking the language centre of his brain. In this moving ...
 EHospice2 months ago
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