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Simulcast Leadership Event: “LIVE2LEAD” Coming to Montgomery, AL
9/19/2017 7:37:10 PM
Live2Lead will be hosted in Montgomery, AL on October 6, 2017. With a line-up of world-class leadership experts, Live2Lead is designed to deliver the very best leadership content while equipping attendees with new perspectives, practical tools and key takeaways.
Lenovo Scholar Network Welcomes 68 New Academies Nationwide for the Advancement of STEM Education
Lenovo Scholar Network Welcomes 68 New Academies Nationwide for the Advancement of STEM Education
9/19/2017 5:33:07 PM
Lenovo and its nonprofit partner focused on high school STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education, NAF, announced that 68 new NAF academies have been selected to join the Lenovo Scholar Network for the 2017-18 school year.
A Family’s Journey across Countries Focus of Historical Fiction
A Family’s Journey across Countries Focus of Historical Fiction
9/19/2017 5:03:07 PM
Inspired by her great-great-great-great-grandmother’s life, Ollie Ann Porche Voelker shared a story of displacement in detail in A Silver Lining: From Acadie to Louisiana.
Center for Medicine after the Holocaust Announces Supplement for Health Professions to the Declaration of the Stockholm International Forum on the Holocaust
Center for Medicine after the Holocaust Announces Supplement for Health Professions to the Declaration of the Stockholm International Forum on the Holocaust
9/19/2017 10:00:00 AM
The Center for Medicine after the Holocaust (CMATH) today announced the Galilee Declaration, which affirms the Declaration of the Stockholm International Forum on the Holocaust and also supplements it for health professions.
Modevity Announces the Selection of their ARALOC® Board Governance Platform by United Rheumatology
9/18/2017 11:59:56 AM
Modevity, LLC, a leader in enterprise mobile content protection and distribution automation announced that their ARALOC board software solution was selected by United Rheumatology, Hauppauge, NY.
Sky starts the search for outstanding young women in STEM with £25k scholarships
Sky starts the search for outstanding young women in STEM with £25k scholarships
9/14/2017 4:51:10 AM
The year-long scheme – launched today – will offer three talented women who wish to pursue a career in technology a £25,000 bursary, communications training and mentoring, as well as access to Sky’s expansive technology network.
Politics before the Rise of the Internet
Politics before the Rise of the Internet
9/13/2017 6:20:46 PM
Before the internet became a major source of information, people learned about the government through traditional print media and television. Having served as a state legislator in Hawaii, Jim Shon fully knows how the scene works.
Stand Up To Cancer and PBS Open Applications For 2018 Emperor Science Award Program
Stand Up To Cancer and PBS Open Applications For 2018 Emperor Science Award Program
9/13/2017 2:44:24 AM
Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C), a division of the Entertainment Industry Foundation, and PBS today announced the opening of applications for The Emperor Science Award 2018 program, designed to empower high school students to become the next generation of cancer researchers.
New software can detect when people text and drive
New software can detect when people text and drive
9/11/2017 2:58:19 AM
Computer algorithms developed by engineering researchers at the University of Waterloo can accurately determine when drivers are texting or engaged in other distracting activities.
Metal 3D Printing: Thales Creates a Global Centre of Expertise in Morocco
Metal 3D Printing: Thales Creates a Global Centre of Expertise in Morocco
9/11/2017 1:33:42 AM
Key points • Metal 3D printing will lead to a reduction in the development and manufacturing times for parts with high added value made from complex metal alloys in all mechanical domains, in particular the aerospace and space domains.
Spotify and Hulu Unveil First-of-its-Kind Premium Entertainment Streaming Bundle
Spotify and Hulu Unveil First-of-its-Kind Premium Entertainment Streaming Bundle
9/8/2017 7:01:02 AM
As the new school year gets underway,  Spotify and Hulu are partnering to offer U.S. college students the perfect streaming entertainment bundle for their busy lives.
Yoga and meditation improve brain function and energy levels
Yoga and meditation improve brain function and energy levels
9/7/2017 5:21:30 AM
Practicing brief sessions of Hatha yoga and mindfulness meditation can significantly improve brain function and energy levels, according to a new study from the University of Waterloo.
Encyclopedia Explores How Human Behavior Affects Global Politics
Encyclopedia Explores How Human Behavior Affects Global Politics
9/7/2017 4:24:00 AM
A new encyclopedia edited by Georgetown professor Fathali Moghaddam takes a close look at the psychology of political decision-making by leaders of democracies as well as dictators around the world.
One Man’s Life-Changing Journey in Okinawa
One Man’s Life-Changing Journey in Okinawa
9/6/2017 7:16:02 PM
Which will win between love and friendship? In his newest book, “The Last Orphan Maker,” Earl Griffin ponders this question as he unravels a sweeping tale on a backdrop of war that will move many hearts.
Towards a climate-smart Mississippi basin
Towards a climate-smart Mississippi basin
9/6/2017 3:41:33 PM
The Lower Mississippi River Basin’s Delta region lies mainly in Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana. It is a fertile area that produces many crops. The region is warm and humid, with plenty of water.
Coral-like colonies cause orange growths in historic harbour
Coral-like colonies cause orange growths in historic harbour
9/5/2017 4:39:45 PM
The lettuce-like colonies first appeared in December 2015, their crinkly fronds covering submerged objects such as ropes, ships’ hulls and metal pipes.
Start of training year at Siemens
Start of training year at Siemens
9/5/2017 5:03:45 AM
• 1,700 young people begin apprenticeship or work-study programs • A further 600 apprentices from external partners • International training program in Berlin again with 31 new participants • Europeans@Siemens renamed International Tech Apprenticeship@Siemens (ITA@S) Around 2,300 young people have begun vocational training this year at Siemens in Germany alone.
Human perception goes digital at the Campus of the Senses in Erlangen
Human perception goes digital at the Campus of the Senses in Erlangen
9/4/2017 5:40:01 PM
Future multisensory digital systems will have the ability to understand and simulate human sensory perception. The aim of the Campus of the Senses in Erlangen is to conduct fundamental research into the digitalization of human sensory experiences and to derive new technologies and services from this knowledge.
UNESCO names laureates from Thailand and Peru for its 2017 Prize for Girls and Women’s Education
UNESCO names laureates from Thailand and Peru for its 2017 Prize for Girls and Women’s Education
9/4/2017 3:38:41 PM
UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova has announced the names of the two laureates for the 2017 edition of the UNESCO Prize for Girls’ and Women’s Education.
Study suggests simple way to predict preterm births
Study suggests simple way to predict preterm births
9/4/2017 8:02:17 AM
Up to 18 percent of babies born worldwide arrive before they are full-term, defined as 37 weeks of gestation. About 1 million of those babies do not survive, and those who do can face developmental problems such as impaired vision or hearing, defects in the heart or lungs, or cognitive impairments.