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Science Learning Comes to Your Fingertips as Function Space Launches New Beautifully Designed iOS App Covering Thousands of Topics, Introduces Powerful New Computational Engine on Website
8/20/2014 4:59:09 PM
Today, Function Space , the most comprehensive social learning network for science, is announcing the launch of its iOS app. The free app grants users access to the discussion-based community from anywhere on the globe, putting the power of knowledge right in your pocket. To download the free app, please visit: …
Significant Micro-Business Opportunities Ahead for Contractors
Significant Micro-Business Opportunities Ahead for Contractors
8/19/2014 4:30:35 AM
Organisations may find themselves at a significant disadvantage unless they pay more attention to a broadening and deepening skills shortage across a range of industries. Professional Representation Network wishes to stress to organisations that any economic recovery may be relatively short-lived unless they identify and try to do something about shortages in key areas. …
Suspect gene corrupts neural connections
Suspect gene corrupts neural connections
8/18/2014 9:24:25 AM
Researchers have long suspected that major mental disorders are genetically-rooted diseases of synapses – the connections between neurons. Now, investigators supported in part by the National Institutes of Health have demonstrated in patients’ cells how a rare mutation in a suspect gene disrupts the turning on and off of dozens of other genes underlying these connections. …
IFC, ITIDA Help Improve ICT Skills in Egypt
8/18/2014 9:07:41 AM
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, today signed an agreement to help enhance the skills of prospective information and communication technology (ICT) workers in Egypt, develop sector specific education and training, and improve the employability of ICT graduates. IFC will help the Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA) set up a foundation for talent …
Helen Gurley Brown Trust Announces $7.5 Million Grant to American Museum of Natural History to Create "BridgeUp: STEM" Program
8/15/2014 12:57:34 PM
The Helen Gurley Brown Trust today announced a gift of $7.5 million to the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) to establish BridgeUp: STEM, a program for young women and low-income New York City youth to explore computer science and coding through projects that tackle real-world problems. BridgeUp: STEM will inspire young women in high school and college, and underserved …
New personal advisory service eliminates guesswork in choosing a college
New personal advisory service eliminates guesswork in choosing a college
8/13/2014 11:21:59 AM
The process of selecting the right college, university or career school is a daunting undertaking.  High school seniors and their parents as well as adults thinking about returning to college have easy access to reams of information online.  Perhaps too much information, which can be overwhelming.  To avoid frustration, and the chance of selecting a college inappropriate for …
RealEstateMogul.com Drops a Real Estate Bomb: Flipping Houses in 5 Steps?!
8/13/2014 9:00:00 AM
RealEstateMogul.com , the leading social network for real estate investors, has just released it’s ground-breaking guide to flipping houses. Flipping houses is an often misconstrued money-making strategy has been the topic of tv shows and infomercials for the past two decades, but it has confused and eluded the “Average Joe” in America. In this monumental guide , …
Acupuncture Online Course – Meridian Circuit Systems – Approved by the NCCAOM for 12 CEU’s
Acupuncture Online Course – Meridian Circuit Systems – Approved by the NCCAOM for 12 CEU’s
8/13/2014 5:00:00 AM
The NCCAOM has recently granted continuing education for 12 credits to an online course based on a popular book called Meridian Circuit Systems .  The new course starts by offering unique perspectives on pattern identification as used in Chinese medicine.  What makes this course unique is that it teaches a system of identifying syndromes that is based on the various …
Six million college students are enrolled in schools that are wrong for them
Six million college students are enrolled in schools that are wrong for them
8/12/2014 10:29:29 AM
Research conducted by academic institutions and think tanks consistently shows that one-third of college students will transfer to a different school before they graduate.  That equates to six million hoping their next school will be the right one for them.  Kurt Sagovac, vice president at University Research & Review, a company that bills itself as The Higher Education …
How to Stop Bullying and How to Stop Cyber Bullying: Veteran Australian Teacher Reveals
8/12/2014 12:05:57 AM
VICTORIA, Australia, August 2014 – Bullying, and in particular bullying in schools , is a deliberate and persistent cruelty that affects all types of personalities and groups from around the world. Some people have a desire to try to control others, particularly in response to an overall lack of control in their own lives. The feelings and messages imparted to a bullied …
Schools in Puerto Rico Turn to Zimmetry Environmental for Healthy Indoor Environments
Schools in Puerto Rico Turn to Zimmetry Environmental for Healthy Indoor Environments
8/11/2014 9:39:27 AM
Students and teachers across Puerto Rico are getting ready to start the new school year.  In many school districts, the summer months have been spent performing repairs, renovations and preventive maintenance activities.   These activities can either improve the indoor environmental quality or make matters worse if they have not been performed correctly.  Schools with water …
Back to School Can Sometimes Mean a Return to IAQ Problems for Students & Faculty
Back to School Can Sometimes Mean a Return to IAQ Problems for Students & Faculty
8/6/2014 12:52:46 PM
In some parts of the country, students and teachers have already returned to the classroom to start the new school year. Many other districts are gearing up for the annual return as they wrap up building repair and renovation projects that took place during the summer break.   These projects often include preventive maintenance and repairs to classrooms and school buildings …
In the War against Cyber Terrorism, the IT Contractor Wins
In the War against Cyber Terrorism, the IT Contractor Wins
8/5/2014 5:07:49 AM
We’re seeing a significant change in the way that IT contractors are being employed by organisations in this new, more dangerous era. Rather than being employed according to their particular skills and competencies, they’re now being employed as proactive “warriors” in the battle against cyber terrorism. Professional Representation Network has seen a subtle, yet …
Los Angeles Cosmetology School Is Now Accepting New Students
Los Angeles Cosmetology School Is Now Accepting New Students
8/4/2014 9:00:00 AM
At Victory Career College, a student can graduate Skin and Nail Care in 20 weeks, Cosmetology in 54 weeks (evening class) & Massage Therapy in 13 weeks (day class). One can notice this school is different upon entering: Students and staffs interact freely, and a high sense of well-being is felt. The class lectures address several topics involved in cosmetology school …
Free HR Webinar Reveals How to Drastically Reduce Staffing Costs
8/4/2014 3:01:08 AM
Anybody that runs a business knows that the area that causes the most headaches is Human Resources . It is either put in the too hard basket, or pushed down the order of importance due to more pressing issues. What amplifies those problems is that businesses are more often reactive to situations, running around trying to find solutions to the unfolding workplace dramas. …
Apocalypse Author of “Signs In The Heavens” Robert Rite, May Indeed Have Gotten It Right
Apocalypse Author of “Signs In The Heavens” Robert Rite, May Indeed Have Gotten It Right
8/4/2014 3:00:00 AM
In “Signs in the Heavens - Divine Secrets of the Zodiac & the Blood Moons of 2014 & 2015” Robert indicated how a series of four total lunar eclipses (referred to as Blood moons), which are all NAZA Conformed, could trigger events leading to the apocalypse (end of days), because unlike most lunar eclipses, these “blood moons” would eerily all occur during God’s …
Homeschool.com Publishes their Newest Virtual Magazine, Back to Homeschool
Homeschool.com Publishes their Newest Virtual Magazine, Back to Homeschool
7/31/2014 1:38:06 AM
Homeschool.com has recently published the Back to Homeschoo l edition of their virtual magazine, just in time for the back-to-school season.   The Back to Homeschool edition includes fifteen how-to articles, covering the subjects of goal setting, choosing the right curriculum, record keeping, homeschooling as a single parent, homeschooling through high school, and …
Fundraising Mentor David Jones Releases New Guidebook For Nonprofits
Fundraising Mentor David Jones Releases New Guidebook For Nonprofits
7/30/2014 3:46:34 PM
David Jones was born, educated and works in Sydney Australia,. He also works in the US. Mr. Jones has a long and successful career working at senior executive levels for substantial blue chip organizations around the world including NAB, Westpac, BNZ, HBS, CBA and most recently Destiny Rescue. He now consults and acts as a fundraising mentor for charities and not-for-profits …
GRADUATE XXI names Chilean winner of competition to fight school dropout crisis
7/30/2014 9:46:51 AM
“Supérate” (‘Out do Yourself’), a pilot project conceived by the Chilean Cristián Alberto González Vesasay, has won an international competition held by GRADUATE XXI , which aims to get young people who have dropped out of school to resume their studies. GRADUATE XXI is an initiative of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) that works to keep secondary education students …
Criterion Announces New Vice President of Sales
Criterion Announces New Vice President of Sales
7/30/2014 7:00:00 AM
Criterion, provider of a modern, mid-market platform for HR, benefits and payroll, announced today that Harry Bedrossian has joined the company as their new Vice President of Sales. Bedrossian was the former Division Vice President of Sales at Ceridian, and he comes aboard as the 30-year-old company, formerly PerfectSoftware, begins it’s rebranding as Criterion amid a major …