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Visiting Assistant Professor in Water Resources at Nicholas Sc...

Two-year position: Visiting Assistant Professor in Water Resources Appointment Type: Non-regular Rank Nicolas ... is searching for a Visiting Assistant Professor in water resources, hydrology, or closely related discipline,... water resources ... EnvironmentGuru.com, 4 hours ago
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Sorority activities at Duke suspended after hospitalization

DURHAM, N.C. Sorority activities at Duke University have been halted after a new member's alcohol-related hospitalization. Larry Moneta is Duke's vice president for student affairs. He released a statement Wednesday saying all sorority activity ...
 FOXNews.com2 weeks ago Was Duke Sorority Alcohol Incident Hazing? University Suspends Panhellenic Activities After Student Left In Critical Care  International Business Times2 weeks ago

VENUS meniscus implant trial underway at Duke University Medical Center — 6 observations

Active Implants' VENUS clinical trial is now underway at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, N.C. Here are six observations: 1. Duke is the only center in the state, and just one of 10 sites nationwide, participating in the VENUS ...
 Becker's Spine Review1 week ago VENUS Clinical Trial for Persistent Knee Pain Now Underway in North Carolina  Asian Hospital & Healthcare Management1 week ago Elucidating the Molecular Composition of Cartilage by Proteomics  Journal of Proteome Research3 weeks ago Smith & Nephew, Zimmer Biomet, Medovex & more: 20 key notes  Becker's Spine Review6 days ago
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Choice Hotels expands Cambria hotels & suites brand to Durham, NC

Hotels Vicky Karantzavelou - 11 January 2016, 10:19 The Cambria Durham will be within walking distance to Duke University Hospital, one of the city's biggest employers. ROCKVILLE, MD. - Choice Hotels International, Inc. announced it has signed ...
 TravelDailyNews.com1 month ago Choice Hotels Signs with Concord Hospitality and Robert Finvarb Companies to Develop New Cambria hotel & suites in Durham, NC  Hotel Online1 month ago Cambria Hotel & Suites Announced for Durham, NC  Hotel News Resource1 month ago CHOICE HOTELS : Expands Cambria hotels & suites Brand to Durham, NC  4 Traders1 month ago
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New Research Shows Long-Term Global Warming Needs External Drivers

New research from NASA and Duke University provides new evidence that natural cycles alone aren't sufficient to explain the global atmospheric warming observed over the last century. A study by scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in ...
 EnvironmentGuru.com2 days ago Greenhouse gases fuelling long-term global warming  EnvironmentGuru.com2 days ago Long-Term Global Warming Needs External Drivers  Terra Daily2 days ago Horses recognise human emotions  MyInforms1 day ago
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Why Are Habits So Hard To Break? Duke University Study 1/22/2016

Why Are Habits So Hard To Break? DURHAM, NC - By now, you might have discovered that taming your sweet tooth as a New Year's resolution is harder than you think. New research by Duke University scientists suggests that a habit leaves a lasting ...
 ClinicSpace2 weeks ago Why Are Habits So Hard to Break?  ScienceNewsline2 weeks ago Revealed: Why Habits Are So Hard To Break, Duke University Study  BioSpace2 weeks ago Using steroids before late preterm delivery reduces neonatal respiratory problems  EurekAlert!1 week ago

Research Findings Help Explain How Complex Nervous Systems Arise from Few Genes

Durham, NC (Scicasts) — A new study sheds light on how fruit flies get their keen sense of smell. Duke University biologist Pelin Volkan and colleagues have identified a set of genetic control switches that interact early in a fly's development ...
 Scicasts1 week ago Same Switches Program Taste And Smell in Fruit Flies  ScienceNewsline1 week ago

Blood test may indicate antibiotic efficacy

DURHAM: Scientists at Duke University found differences in how the body reacts to viral and bacterial infections, which they said could help reduce unnecessary use of antibiotics. Gene expression in patients differs depending on their infection, ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh2 weeks ago Column: Gene Expression Testing Helps Reduce Antibiotic Overuse  Surgical Products1 week ago

Standardized Assessment of Biodiversity Trends in Tropical Forest Protected Areas: The End Is Not in Sight

Affiliation: Center for Tropical Conservation, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, United States of America ⨯ Kelly Boekee, Affiliation: Department of Environmental Sciences, Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands ⨯ ...
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Duke University Panel Looks At ISIS Threat [incl. Omid Safi]

Middle East studies in the News The Herald-Sun (Durham) January 21, 2016 http://www.thetimesnews.com/article/20160121/NEWS/160129839 http://www.campus-watch.org/article/id/15519 ISIS is a different kind of threat than other terrorist ...
 Campus Watch2 weeks ago Duke Muslim Leader Encourages New Songs [on Abdullah Antepli]  Campus Watch1 week ago
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