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New Cannabis Franchise Might Take Over Market
New Cannabis Franchise Might Take Over Market
2014-11-22 | New cannabis method is a game changer!
3-D Printer Powered Up on the International Space Station
3-D Printer Powered Up on the International Space Station
2014-11-21 | This week, NASA took a big step toward changing the way we plan for long-duration space voyages when astronaut Barry "Butch" Wilmore successfully installed and prepared the first 3-D printer for upcoming manufacturing operations on the space station.
Researching the Physics of Cooling Liquid Metals Adds Levity to Space Station
Researching the Physics of Cooling Liquid Metals Adds Levity to Space Station
2014-11-21 | A new European Space Agency facility aboard the space station will serve as a furnace capable of levitating and heating metals up to 3,632 degrees Fahrenheit.
A.W. Daniels, Author of 'Genetically Privileged,' Chosen as Finalist for '50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading'
A.W. Daniels, Author of 'Genetically Privileged,' Chosen as Finalist for '50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading'
2014-11-21 | Daniels was chosen from a field of hundreds of authors who appeared on The Authors Show. Daniels gives us a glimpse into the future of genetic engineering in his two highly praised fiction novels, 'Genetically Privileged' and 'Genetically Conflicted.'
Project Launched to Save Greenland's Buried Treasures
Project Launched to Save Greenland's Buried Treasures
2014-11-20 | Mankind has long been aware of the changes in our environment and the most extensive climate change in our time is the melting ice in Greenland. This change is now threatening to destroy the archaeological finds we have yet to uncover.
Pioneering Space Station Breakthroughs: NASA's EXPRESS Rack Reaches 100,000-Hour Milestone
Pioneering Space Station Breakthroughs: NASA's EXPRESS Rack Reaches 100,000-Hour Milestone
2014-11-19 | NASA's EXPRESS Rack helps ensure there's room for research on the orbiting laboratory. EXPRESS is a multipurpose rack system housing and supporting research. On Oct. 4, EXPRESS Rack 1 marked 100,000 hours of operation.
IT'S ABOUT TIME and Partners Awarded NSF Grant to Improve Science Education for Incarcerated Youth
IT'S ABOUT TIME and Partners Awarded NSF Grant to Improve Science Education for Incarcerated Youth
2014-11-17 | The new, project-based, curriculum will aim to increase mastery of science content and critical-thinking skills for underserved and at-risk youth as they apply the knowledge to solve real-world problems.
ESUMS Named State Finalist in the $2 million Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest
ESUMS Named State Finalist in the $2 million Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest
2014-11-14 | The Engineering and Science University Magnet School announced today that it has become a CT state finalist in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest, a nationwide competition to increase interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
Kind Attention Senator Mitch McConnell: Looking for Improving Every Single Sector of American Life?
Kind Attention Senator Mitch McConnell: Looking for Improving Every Single Sector of American Life?
2014-11-12 | There is a one step solution to improving the economy, education, crime, greed, corruption, rivalries, relationships, parenting. Introduce brain education for the young and old.
John B. Campbell Recognized by Worldwide Branding or Excellence in Higher Education
John B. Campbell Recognized by Worldwide Branding or Excellence in Higher Education
2014-11-05 | James Cook University is recognized in the top four percent of universities worldwide.
2014 3rd Quarter Business Confidence Index Shows Economic Stabilization
2014 3rd Quarter Business Confidence Index Shows Economic Stabilization
2014-11-05 | Hebert Research
Gamry to Exhibit at the 19th International Corrosion Congress
Gamry to Exhibit at the 19th International Corrosion Congress
2014-10-31 | Gamry Instruments will be an exhibitor at the 19th International Corrosion Congress in Jeju, Korea November 2-6, 2014
Sociologist Jennifer Glass to Deliver UH McGovern Lecture Oct. 30
Sociologist Jennifer Glass to Deliver UH McGovern Lecture Oct. 30
2014-10-30 | Lecture to focus on "Salary, Family, Climate: What Keeps Women Out of STEM Fields?".
Forum Highlights Technology Tested on International Space Station for Deep Space Exploration
Forum Highlights Technology Tested on International Space Station for Deep Space Exploration
2014-10-29 | To highlight microgravity technologies, a panel of experts gathered recently for the Destination Station: International Space Station Technology Forum at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
Measurement Technology NW Equipment Installed at the Apparel Innovation Centre in Canada
Measurement Technology NW Equipment Installed at the Apparel Innovation Centre in Canada
2014-10-29 | Olds College in Calgary, Alberta installed a "Newton" sweating thermal manikin with ManikinPC physiological model software, a customized walk-in climate chamber, and a sweating guarded hotplate system to test products and prototypes.
SpaceX Spacecraft Splashdown, Starring Space Station Science
SpaceX Spacecraft Splashdown, Starring Space Station Science
2014-10-28 | The return of the SpaceX Dragon on Oct. 25 brought with it plant samples, data that may impact your facial cream composition and validation of a new way of creating on Earth crystals that are used in our daily electronic devices.
As Flake Graphite Prices Stumble Advanced Engineering, Integration and a Robust Business Model become Critical to Success for New Operations says TRU
As Flake Graphite Prices Stumble Advanced Engineering, Integration and a Robust Business Model become Critical to Success for New Operations says TRU
2014-10-27 | Graphite engineering consultants TRU Group says latest China graphite trade data supports the idea of some graphite price stabilization. Natural graphite prices trending lower would bolster their competitiveness against synthetic graphite
Orbital Sciences' Third Mission to Space Station Ready to Educate and Inspire
Orbital Sciences' Third Mission to Space Station Ready to Educate and Inspire
2014-10-27 | On the next Orbital Sciences Corporation's commercial resupply trip to the space station, students and space go together like the Cygnus spacecraft's docking to the orbiting laboratory.
In Order to Remain in One Place, You Should Run!
In Order to Remain in One Place, You Should Run!
2014-10-27 | Paradoxes of thought that the thought-run machines show by Dr. Tamas Lajtner
SparcIt and Creativity Testing Services (CTS) Forge Partnership to Transform Creativity Measurement
SparcIt and Creativity Testing Services (CTS) Forge Partnership to Transform Creativity Measurement
2014-10-24 | Together, the two organizations will provide a full range of online automated semantic-based creativity assessments to educators, researchers, and other organizations.