La Jolla-based Sanford Burnham Prebys has published a book about its history and successes in medical research, hoping to share its stories widely and continue to innovate long into the future. In “Development of a California Research Organization: Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute” (the institution’s former name), authors NancyRead More →

Content of the article saturday april 16 Kingston Branch Genealogy Society Zoom Meeting: At 10 a.m., Lynn Palermo will present Writing Family History, turning research into shareable stories. To register online, go to Kingston Frontenacs: Ontario Hockey League game against the Ottawa 67’s at Leon’s Centre, 1 The TragicallyRead More →

Dr. Katsusaburo Yamagiwa, a Japanese pathologist at Tokyo Imperial University, and his research assistant, Dr. Koichi Ichikawa, conducted an experiment in which they repeatedly painted the insides of 101 rabbit ears with tar. coal for 150 days. This led to some interesting discoveries. By day 35 some rabbits began toRead More →

The following is attributable to spokesperson Rebecca Chalif:‎ On April 11, Administrator Samantha Power traveled to Lorman, Mississippi, to participate in a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signing ceremony between USAID and Alcorn State University, the first black land-grant institution established in the United States, in 1871. The MOU describes theRead More →

Our museum is growing and we are looking for people to help support our mission-driven work! The Keeler Tavern Museum and History Center is currently recruiting for three part-time positions: Interpretation Coordinator, Museum Interpreter and Research Assistant. The Interpretation Coordinator is an integral contributor to our reinterpretation efforts, participating inRead More →

Hby Arald Jaehner Consequenceswhich is published in paperback in April, begins where most popular stories of Europe’s bloody 20th century end, with the surrender of Nazi Germany in 1945. Rather than focusing on diplomatic treaties or political decisions, it explores the neglected decade after the end of the Second WorldRead More →

May 09, 2022, 4:39 PM – 4:39 PM Eastern Gateway – Auditorium Building 05/09/2022 16:39 05/09/2022 16:39 Europe/London Confront the past with the present A special day of research and community conversation aimed at addressing the most pressing topics in history today. Join us in VSconfronting the past with theRead More →

The Natural History Museum announces today, World Health Day, that it has completed the digitization of more than 8,000 bat specimens from three bat families Data created through scanning can be used to learn more about the evolution of viruses and immunology in bats, and help mitigate the risk ofRead More →

Author and former nonprofit CEO Wes Moore, Democratic gubernatorial candidate, outside the Maryland Counties Association Conference in Ocean City. Photo by Danielle E. Gaines. The Democratic gubernatorial primary took a public turn for the worse on Tuesday, when author and former nonprofit CEO Wes Moore filed a complaint with twoRead More →

University of Sydney Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Mark Scott said joining U21 reflected the institution’s deep commitment to global engagement. “We are delighted to join this international network of leading universities,” said Professor Scott. “The University of Sydney has a long history of working with partners around the world. AsRead More →

This genetic risk score can help healthcare providers identify heart disease risk earlier and take preventative action. Vibhu Parcha, MD, first author of this study and a clinical researcher at the Division of Cardiovascular Diseases and UAB Cardiogenomics Clinic. Photography: Lexi CoonAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,Read More →

Stock prices crashed and the biggest fanatics moved from r/WallStreetBets to a new subreddit, r/Superstonk, and started posting multi-thousand word essays they called “dds”, short for “due diligence”, to explain what had happened. come. They were apparently research reports, modeled, perhaps, on the publications of professional financial analysts. They baselesslyRead More →

EVANSTON, IL – Northwestern University graduate students are invited to apply through April 16 for a new assistantship program created to preserve and amplify black voices in partnership with the Black Metropolis Research Consortium (BMRC), an association libraries, universities, museums and community arts organizations. With support from Northwestern’s Racial EquityRead More →

The Victor Chang Heart Research Institute and the University of Western Australia have signed a new strategic partnership that will significantly boost heart disease research in WA and across the country. The affiliation of the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute to UWA marks a new chapter for both organizations. ProfessorRead More →

EAST GREENSBORO (March 29, 2022) – The College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS) at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University will virtually host New York Times bestselling author Margot Lee Shetterly on Thursday, March 31, for a discussion of his thought-provoking book, “Hidden Figures,” which inspired theRead More →

By Joan Tupponce Michael Ra-shon Hall, Ph.D., took advantage of the unprecedented break from normal routine during the COVID-19 pandemic to complete his book, “Freedom Beyond Confinement: Travel and Imagination in African-American Cultural History and Letters published by Clemson University Press. An assistant professor in the Department of English inRead More →

The University Commission on History, Race, and the Way Forward has shared the next steps for the campus building renaming dedication event for the McClinton Residence Hall and the Henry Owl Building. The commission also discussed the Unsung Founders Memorial webinar series, Barbee Cemetery and potential recognition of University landsRead More →

Share on PinterestA recent review examines the role of the lung microbiome in lung cancer. Tatiana Maksimova/Getty Images Scientists looked at the evidence that links the community of microorganisms living in the lungs – the lung microbiome – to lung cancer. They conclude that there are opportunities to use theRead More →

BEREA, Ohio — The Cleveland Browns called their search and investigation of Deshaun Watson, including the allegations of sexual assault and sexual misconduct against him, “extensive” in a statement released Sunday by the team announcing the exchange. “We fully appreciate and empathize with the very personal feelings being expressed aboutRead More →

The ongoing KEYNOTE-B21 trial aims to determine whether pembrolizumab plus adjuvant chemotherapy with or without radiation therapy will improve disease-free survival and overall survival in patients with newly diagnosed endometrial cancer. Researchers have begun evaluating the use of adjuvant pembrolizumab (Keytruda) plus chemotherapy or chemoradiotherapy in patients with newly diagnosedRead More →

When class began, Beierle grabbed his hearing protection and a loaded gun, entered the classroom, and opened fire. He killed two women, injured four others, then turned the gun on himself. Police, during their investigation into the incident, uncovered a long history of hatred towards women, allegations of sexual assaultRead More →

Media Contact: Baylor University Media and Public Relations254-710-1961Follow us on twitter: @BaylorUMedia WACO, Texas (March 13, 2022) – Researchers and faculty experts from Baylor University were featured in national and local media articles as they shared their thoughts and expertise on the ongoing disruptions to the supply chain due toRead More →

Illustration by Laurene Boglio This week’s newsletter is the story of two tweets, one marking significant progress and the other a lack of progress. Monday, the newspaper Autism highlighted an article on a new parent training program, Spectrum of Care, developed by the black community for the black community.Read More →

Australian academics say the grant review process must be rigorous and conducted with integrity.Credit: Bjanka Kadic/Alamy Australian researchers have endorsed a proposal to remove the power of government ministers to veto grant funding decisions made by scientific expert committees. They say this veto power is just one example of Australia’sRead More →

Eve Worth and Christine de Bellaigue develop a new way of accounting for women’s educational attainment and mobility during the 20th century and find that expanding educational opportunities for women has had more complex effects than a simple comparison of qualifications over time might suggest so. The 20th century witnessedRead More →

In January 2020 American Legion Magazine, the efforts of the Concussion Legacy Foundation (CLF) were featured. In addition to highlighting its mission to support those affected by concussions and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) and to end CTE through prevention and research, the article also had a request: for anyone –Read More →

UTSA’s mission The University of Texas at San Antonio is dedicated to advancing knowledge through research and discovery, teaching and learning, community engagement, and public service. As an institution of access and excellence, UTSA embraces multicultural traditions and serves as a center of intellectual and creative resources as well asRead More →

A research laboratory in Kyiv, Ukraine, built by the Cooperative Threat Reduction Program. Credit: Defense Threat Reduction Agency The Russian invasion of Ukraine could endanger a network of U.S.-linked Ukrainian labs that work with dangerous pathogens, said Robert Pope, director of the Cooperative Threat Reduction Program, a Defense Department program.Read More →

On March 4, UB will host its sixth annual Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, which showcases the skills and knowledge of PhD students while emphasizing the importance of good communication. You can think of 3MT as an elevator pitch – a pitch where students have the opportunity to educate people aboutRead More →

New research sheds light on how women’s experiences of sexual assault and harassment can negatively affect their cardiovascular health. A study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association details how women who have experienced sexual assault, workplace sexual harassment, or both may be at higher long-term risk ofRead More →

In the early morning of February 26, 1972, a coal mud impoundment on Buffalo Creek collapsed, sending millions of gallons of sewage rushing into the valley below. Hundreds of people died or were injured, and thousands were left homeless. The subsequent cleanup, investigations and prosecutions further strained the community. ToRead More →

Surviving structure: Williamsburg Bray School, also known as Dudley Digges House, is pictured at its location on Prince George Street at the William & Mary campus. Courtesy of John D. Rockefeller Jr./Colonial Williamsburg Library by staff | February 19, 2022 The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awarded a $5 million grantRead More →

Mark Rutte, the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, has apologized after an investigation revealed that the Dutch state tolerated the systematic use of extrajudicial executions and torture during the 1945-1949 Indonesian War of Independence. The “extreme violence” of the Dutch military and intelligence services would have been sanctioned at theRead More →

As the ice caps began to melt at the end of the last ice age, a series of cataclysmic floods called the Missoula megafloods scoured the landscape of eastern Washington, carving long, deep channels and towering cliffs across an area now known as the Channeled Scablands. They were among theRead More →