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Author Vanessa L. Greer Hopes To Inspire Readers With Her Book: “Serenity They Seek”
Author Vanessa L. Greer Hopes To Inspire Readers With Her Book: “Serenity They Seek”
8/24/2019 4:34:38 AM
Writing short stories and poems have been the desire of published author, Vanessa L. Greer. This desire has elevated into a passion. Her first book came to her through a vision.
Projekt DEAL and Springer Nature reach understanding on world’s largest transformative open access agreement
Projekt DEAL and Springer Nature reach understanding on world’s largest transformative open access agreement
8/23/2019 3:29:29 PM
•     Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed in Berlin; final contract to be concluded later this year. •    The agreement will be open to all member institutions of Projekt DEAL (700+ publically and privately funded academic and research organisations in Germany) which means substantially enhanced access to Springer Nature content for almost all of the German research …
It’s Time to Closely Examine What We Have Been Taught
It’s Time to Closely Examine What We Have Been Taught
8/22/2019 7:30:29 PM
The Christianity we know today is a blend of many practices and beliefs. However, some of these were taken from other sources, quickly tailored and altered to become acceptable to the citizens of the Roman Empire; which was constantly in a flux, and to the many civilizations and cultures that would come under the empire’s sway throughout the centuries.
Dream Up in Germany: the children from “Doors Open” perform Alice in Wonderland
Dream Up in Germany: the children from “Doors Open” perform Alice in Wonderland
8/21/2019 12:22:53 PM
In Frankurt, Germany, Doors Open is part of Dream Up, the international programme of the  BNP Paribas Foundation  which promotes education through the practice of art.
Back-to-school season is here
Back-to-school season is here
8/21/2019 11:44:26 AM
School is starting and teachers everywhere are heading back to class. This year, more ag teachers will be joining them, thanks in part to the  National Teach Ag Campaign ’s STAR program.
Duke Energy invests nearly $200,000 in small grants to schools across South Carolina for much-needed supplies
Duke Energy invests nearly $200,000 in small grants to schools across South Carolina for much-needed supplies
8/21/2019 11:37:27 AM
• In all, 43 districts including 275 schools are eligible to file for the grants • Qualifying schools are eligible for up to $700 in funds to purchase basic school supplies for students in need The Duke Energy Foundation is providing nearly $200,000 in small grants to schools across the Palmetto State to help teachers fill any gaps in supplies for returning …
J N Tata Vocational Training Institute (JNTVTI) inaugurated at Jharia Division of Tata Steel
J N Tata Vocational Training Institute (JNTVTI) inaugurated at Jharia Division of Tata Steel
8/21/2019 10:50:16 AM
The Union and Management of Tata Steel decided to set up the J N Tata Vocational Training Institute, a public charitable trust and a training institute by the same name under the mentorship of SNTI, to skill the youth of Jharkhand and Odisha in relevant and in-demand trades and facilitate the placement of these trainees with appropriate recruiters in the region.
Detroit community benefits from support of BASF volunteers and $50,000 contribution
Detroit community benefits from support of BASF volunteers and $50,000 contribution
8/21/2019 10:37:18 AM
More than 200 BASF employees from Michigan recently volunteered to renovate a former school in the Detroit Durfee neighborhood. This is the sixth consecutive year BASF has partnered with  Life Remodeled, a Detroit-based nonprofit organization focused on cleaning up city neighborhoods and building relationships within the community.
Growth in data and questions on quality are increasing researcher workload, finds new study from Elsevier and Sense about Science
Growth in data and questions on quality are increasing researcher workload, finds new study from Elsevier and Sense about Science
8/21/2019 8:12:28 AM
Data proliferation and a lack of confidence in the multitude of research outputs is adding to researcher workload and is likely to impact public confidence in science, according to a survey of the global research community on trust in research – one of the largest surveys known to date.
Starbucks, United Way, Mary’s Place and Wellspring welcome UW to coalition supporting local unsheltered families
Starbucks, United Way, Mary’s Place and Wellspring welcome UW to coalition supporting local unsheltered families
8/20/2019 1:10:27 PM
Today local community leaders welcomed University of Washington to a coalition dedicated to supporting unsheltered families across Puget Sound. The University will host three Family Resource Exchanges that will take place on its campuses in Bothell, Seattle and Tacoma, expanding the coalition’s ability to help unsheltered families in the region.
Tree of life: Powerful online tool will help researchers make new genomic discoveries
Tree of life: Powerful online tool will help researchers make new genomic discoveries
8/20/2019 5:27:55 AM
University of Waterloo researchers have developed a powerful new online tool that allows users to navigate through an interactive microbial tree of life, and to generate new scientific hypotheses and discoveries.
Physicists design an experiment to pin down the origin of the elements
Physicists design an experiment to pin down the origin of the elements
8/20/2019 5:23:08 AM
Nearly all of the oxygen in our universe is forged in the bellies of massive stars like our sun. As these stars contract and burn, they set off thermonuclear reactions within their cores, where nuclei of carbon and helium can collide and fuse in a rare though essential nuclear reaction that generates much of the oxygen in the universe.
Earth’s last magnetic field reversal took far longer than once thought
Earth’s last magnetic field reversal took far longer than once thought
8/20/2019 5:20:58 AM
Earth’s magnetic field seems steady and true -- reliable enough to navigate by. Yet, largely hidden from daily life, the field drifts, waxes and wanes.
Miracles—They Are as Real as the Things You See
Miracles—They Are as Real as the Things You See
8/19/2019 5:22:54 PM
Some of us may be skeptical when it comes to events that science and reason cannot explain, especially in the spiritual domain where everything is beyond comprehension.
Clemson University Delivers World-Class Student Experience with Splunk
Clemson University Delivers World-Class Student Experience with Splunk
8/19/2019 2:58:19 PM
  Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK), delivering actions and outcomes from the world of data, announced  Clemson University is unlocking new levels of data-driven decision making.
Shortfall in education opportunities deepens despair of refugee Rohingya youth
Shortfall in education opportunities deepens despair of refugee Rohingya youth
8/19/2019 8:32:36 AM
Frustration and despair are overwhelming young Rohingya refugees in southeastern Bangladesh, UNICEF said. The UN children’s agency has issued a new report calling for urgent investment in education and skills development opportunities in and around the vast camps where most of the refugees live.
M.W. Lashgari’s ’A Collection of Children’s Stories with A Focus On Phonics I’ Joins The 2019 Beijing International Book Fair
M.W. Lashgari’s ’A Collection of Children’s Stories with A Focus On Phonics I’ Joins The 2019 Beijing International Book Fair
8/16/2019 5:37:37 PM
M.W. Lashgari is an author who writes various scholastic children’s book as a center of interest. In her previous published works, aside from its colorful illustration, each book’s mission is to aid the children in their reading comprehension and phonetics.
Supporting the education of refugees in Leicester
Supporting the education of refugees in Leicester
8/16/2019 4:40:06 PM
We are pleased to have donated more than 60 graded readers to the University of Leicester to support the education of refugees and asylum seekers within its community.
New Children’s Story Teaches to Embrace Personal Differences and Form Strong Friendships
New Children’s Story Teaches to Embrace Personal Differences and Form Strong Friendships
8/15/2019 4:29:26 PM
Finding a way to overcome personal differences to form friendships can be challenging. Children face this problem very early on in their socialization, and many sometimes struggle to accept, or even understand those who others who are different.
Apple brings contactless student IDs on iPhone and Apple Watch to more universities
Apple brings contactless student IDs on iPhone and Apple Watch to more universities
8/15/2019 2:19:53 PM
In the coming school year, more than 100,000 college students will enjoy the ease and convenience of carrying their student IDs on iPhone and Apple Watch.