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By Gabriel Creations, Inc.
Penultimate Issue in Series Begins Final Battle Between Good and Evil
By Spaulding Clinical Research, LLC
Spaulding Clinical Research, LLC, a full-service CRO announced today that they will be in attendance at the American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics’ (ASCPT) 2016 Annual Meeting.
By Institution of Addiction Study
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By Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC
Studying the Brain Has Changed the Study of Philosophy - New Book Proves That Evolving Science Affects Philosophy
By The Blyth Institute
The Blyth Institute is pleased to announce that Dr. Philipp Bagus will be speaking at the Alternatives to Methodological Naturalism 2016 conference.
By Book Publicity Services
Antolovic addresses some of today's issues in three essays written in non-technical language.
By Helix BioMedix
A group of twelve Washington State Opportunity Scholarship (WSOS) recipients will tour local biotechnology company Helix BioMedix, Inc. as part of the scholarship’s Industry Exploration event series. Occurring on Feb.
By The Blyth Institute
The Blyth Institute is proud to announce that we have recently received a grant from the Center for Evolutionary Informatics to make improvements to our online conference, Alternatives to Methdological Naturalism.
By See The Change USA
Heather Webb Poised to Help Bring High-Quality Physics to All Middle Schools
By Pavement Coatings Technology Council
Release came three days before court imposed deadline for USGS legal response to organization’s complaint
Weekly Headline Show Returns to SciFi4Me TV on February 6, 2016
By Oakland University
A team of Engineering students at Oakland University has created the world’s first multi-rotor drone prototype.
By SciStarter
The David Suzuki Foundation expands citizen science projects to include Canadians
National Launch Engages Major Institutions in Atlanta, Boston, Las Vegas, Providence (Rhode Island), San Francisco and South Florida; TV Stars Linda Gray and Samantha Harris and Renowned Author B. Smith Join Effort
By Shakti Technologies
The Dalai Lama wrote a foreword to a book explaining Persinger’s ideas in the Science of Religion, calling it an “illuminating” work.
By Draw Science LLC
TL;DR: What country you're from pretty much determines whether you publish your research, become a Nobel Laureate or even get an Olympic Medal!
By Boskone
New England's oldest science fiction convention brings the fantastic future to Boston.
By American Geosciences Institute
Earth Science Week 2016 learning resources and activities engage young people and others in exploring geoheritage throughout the Earth systems, including the geosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere.
By Shakti Technologies
Will a new concept of reincarnation based on anthropology one day replace the older ideas from Buddhism and Hinduism?
By The Africa-America Institute
Scholars to study at Rutgers University and New Jersey Institute of Technology in the United States
By Penny Press Ltd
UK author and teacher Wyken Seagrave has been researching and writing websites and books about the history of the universe since 1975. This unique video series will bring this knowledge to a wider public.
By STEMflorida, Inc.
Site Connects Regional Resources, Best Practices and Provides Career Navigation for Students
Albert Einstein’s IQ was estimated to be 162. SmarterThanAlbert has an IQ of 167. Ask him any question and he will give you a straight answer. No bias, no political correctness…just pure genius.
By AppMinded Ltd
AppMinded Ltd launches its new immersive virtual reality educational app, MoleculE VR, for phones and virtual reality headsets. Look around you and enjoy a 360-degree view of the cell world. Explore the cell surface and the molecular complexes in it.
By Jupiter Scientific
In textbooks by notable cosmologists, in scientific publications by researchers, in conversations among scientists, and throughout the Internet including numerous pages of Wikipedia, it is stated that very distant spatial points in the Universe move away.
By Dermira
ImaBiotech today announced that Dermira, Inc. (NASDAQ), a specialty biopharmaceutical company focused on bringing innovative and differentiated products to dermatologists and their patients, chose ImaBiotech’s Multimaging technology for a skin...
By Oakland University
Marisa Brake, a senior majoring in Biological Sciences, and Amy Siebert-McKenzie, a Biological and Biomedical Sciences doctoral student, were among 157 presenters at this international conference.
By Outside the Lines Press
Amazing stuff you didn’t know you didn’t know about dolphins
By creator Jay LeBoff installed seven Edustation flight simulators in the new Academy of Aerospace and Engineering at John Wallace Middle School in Newington
By Addgene
20 students shadow scientists at Addgene on Career Exploration Day

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