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By Braintain Inc.
Brain Health Formula That Reduces Brain Fog and Improves Cognitive Function, Creativity, Memory, and Motivation
By Tomahawk Robotics
Tomahawk Robotics has been selected as one of the top 36 technology companies in the SouthEast. They will be represented on stage at Venture Atlanta on October 16 and 17.
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By TEDxTemecula
World-renowned TEDx conference brings local speakers, entertainers, and an ElevaTEDxperience to the valley for eighth consecutive year
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By Buck Wild Products
Buck Wild Products, the new pioneer in wellness products made with natural ingredients from around the globe, announced the upcoming launch of their product line that is nothing like the nutraceutical world has seen before.
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By Students for Responsible Science and Engineering
Free Public Conference "Science in the Media - Understanding Science Communication's Impact" featuring keynote David Pogue, New York Times and Yahoo Tech columnist, TV host, and best-selling author.
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By Galileoscope, LLC, and Explore Scientific, LLC
Explore Scientific Acquires Popular Telescope Kit, Plans Expansion into STEM Education Market
By Morressier
Morressier, the world's largest platform for early-stage research, today announced an integration with ORCID.
By BookBuzz.net
Author Jeff Ransom Promotes His Science/History Book - Auroras, Petroglyphs, and Pagans Author Jeff Ransom is pleased to announce the promotion of his science/history book, Auroras, Petroglyphs, and Pagans.
By McGill University
If you love it when a musician strikes that unexpected but perfect chord, you are not alone. New research shows the musically unexpected activates the reward centre of our brains, and makes us learn about the music as we listen.
By University of sydney
People with diabetes have a 35 percent higher risk of experiencing low back pain and 24 percent higher risk of having neck pain than those without diabetes, researchers have found.
By Paciifc Book Review
Independently published author Elizabeth Uqhad explains complex problems in easy to understand terms. Corrupt/Fallacious Ideas Germinated In Grey Matter Are Dysfunctional - The Belly of The Beast
By Cubsat
iant Leap – Taking Space Technology To Schools Suresh Naik Space Education Center's Multi - pronged Initiative.
By Children’s Museum of Atlanta
Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link Inc. (SEM Link) has been selected as one of the nonprofits to serve as a partner in the Family Free Day hosted by the Children's Museum of Atlanta (CMOA) on Wednesday, February 13th from 10:00 am- 6:30 pm.
By Scilligence
Scilligence, a provider of mobile cheminformatics and bioinformatics for the life sciences industry, has joined the Accenture research platform open partner ecosystem, which will allow for the integration of Scilligence's informatics solutions.
By Cal State LA
Cal State LA has been awarded a five-year, $500,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to provide biomedical and behavioral sciences research opportunities to undergraduates.
By The Blyth Institute
Communications of the Blyth Institute offers unique opportunities for researchers and readers
By CENTRIA
Concept Series panels selected for their durability and performance capabilities
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By Foote Communications
Angela McIver, PhD launched Dinner Table Math because elementary schools are failing to prepare students for algebra and beyond
By www.7thcircle.nl
The new Fooditives are derived from wholly food waste, and include emulsifiers, sweeteners, thickening agents, and preserving agents.
By Puneet Soni
Two students from St. Edmund's school participated in an annual completion hosted by NASA Ames research center to brainstorm innovative ideas about space settlement and extraterrestrial life.
By The Dock HB
As our technology advances it is seemingly inevitable that we will not just make ourselves better, but the creatures around us as well. Come join us as we explore the very real possibilities of how we will continue to change the Earth.
By SEM Link Inc.
Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link Inc. (SEM Link) hosts 3rd Annual DMV Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Career Fair & Exhibition to expose K-12 students to STEM Careers on Saturday, October 13.
By Ural Federal University
The discovery will help to build more accurate models of such natural currents as the circulation of the Earth's atmosphere
By Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link Inc.
SEM Link launches "Back to STEM" Semi-Annual Fundraising Campaign to support its programs; exposing urban youth to STEM and STEM Careers.
By University of Colorado
Scientists have identified more than 1,200 genetic variants associated with how much schooling an individual completes.
By Resinate Materials Group
Resinate Materials Group, a company advancing the use of recycled content in specialty polyols, is pleased to announce the launch of a new wholly-owned subsidiary, Starkweather Laboratories.
By SelectScience
Global community growing faster than ever as word of membership benefits spreads
By Ural Federal University
The expedition of Ural Federal University brought five fragments from the Lipetsk Region
By WHILL
WHILL Model C, a new state-of-the-art personal electric vehicle, is set to disrupt the UK wheelchair market following success in Japan
By SEM Link Inc.
Mentorship: A Tool for Preparing High School Students for STEM Careers in Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link's newest project to help prepare high students for STEM careers.
By University of California - Berkeley
Human activity is causing the planet's mammals to flee daylight for the protection of night, according to a new study.

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