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Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation reviews Observer Research Foundation’s proposal to revive historic ground Times of India, 1 month ago

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USC Shoah Foundation and World Jewish Congress announce global program to support 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz

One hundred survivors from nations around the world to participate in official observance on January 27, 2015 NEW YORK , Sept. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- USC Shoah Foundation - The Institute for Visual History and Education and the ...
 Minyanville1 day ago USC Shoah Foundation and Discovery Education Launch Global Educational Programs to Support the 70th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz  BusinessWeek13 hours ago Azim Premji Foundation announces unique education fellowship programme  DNA India3 days ago
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Ganeden Biotech Release: HIV+ Population Observe Benefits from GanedenBC30 in Newly Published Study

) - Ganeden Biotech is proud to announce that a new study has been published in the peer-reviewed publication, AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses. The study was a randomized, double blind and placebo controlled trial in HIV positive subjects who ...
 BioSpace5 days ago HIV+ Population Observe Benefits from GanedenBC30 in Newly Published Study  InfoStor5 days ago
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Researchers' Novel Approach To Observing Fear May Eventually Help PTSD Patients

Fear is one of the most natural and primitive of all human emotions. It helped our ancestors avoid certain deaths throughout our evolutionary history, and today it continues to keep modern man safe, as he constantly adapts to the world's ...
 Medical Daily11 hours ago

Early learners, full speed ahead:
Turn STEM into STEAM with ART

The research supporting the importance of laying a firm foundation in the first five years of life is certainly not new. As Early Childhood educators today, armed with brain research and impressive data, I think we have learned to look beyond our ...
 SouthEast Education Network1 day ago

UF researchers warn against overuse of cardiac stress tests

The researchers found few patients, if any, who do not display symptoms of cardiac distress benefited from undergoing stress tests that look for cardiac problems. Their observational study, published online in the Journal of Nuclear Cardiology , ...
 Medical News Today3 days ago
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UCLA researchers receive $1.29M NSF grant for scalable nanomanufacturing

A team of UCLA researchers has received a $1.29 million, four-year grant from the National Science Foundation to explore low-cost methods of manufacturing fibers with unprecedented continuous metal nanowires — a material with potential for ultra ...
 UCLA News5 days ago

International day for preservation of Ozone layer observed at Amity University

Amity University in association with National Environment Science Academy (NESA) observed "International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer" here at Amity Campus. The day marks the commemoration of the date of signing of the Montreal ...
 Sify11 hours ago
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Cultivating Student Voices and Free Speech on College Campuses

We often hear the cliché that a politician or celebrity has found his voice. But what do we really mean when we say this? In a speech to this year's incoming students at Franklin & Marshall College , Dean Hammer, a professor of government, ...
 Forbes.com12 hours ago
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70 per cent slum kids in Mumbai malnourished, says report

An alarming study by Mumbai based think-tank has found that 40 to 70 per cent of slum kids in the maximum city under the age of 5 barely get minimum nourishment and almost 50 per cent of them are stunted as a result. These are startling figures from a survey ...
 IBN Live23 hours ago Poor nutrition stunts growth in slum kids  Times of India1 day ago
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