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By Texere Publishing
New award launched to recognize altruism and innovation in the analytical sciences

By UIC College of Dentistry
University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry third year dental student Amatul Salma won first place in the Basic Sciences category of the DENTSPLY/Caulk competition at the American Association of Dental Research (AADR) meeting.

By CST 3D X-ray Vision Facility
Mark Riccio, director of Cornell University’s multi-scale 3D computed tomography (CT) imaging facility, is using the online crowd-funding platform Kickstarter to bring non-invasive 3D, 4D and even 5D imaging to researchers and would-be superheros...

By See The Change USA
On Thursday, August 21, 2014 Juliana Herman , Education Legislative Aide to Senator Michael Bennet, and Annie Oatman-Gardner, Regional Director, Pikes Peak Office of Senator Michael Bennet, will visit a Physics class at Carmel Middle School along with...

By Book Publicity Services
Author Allen D. Allen announced today this is ebook God Behind the Movie Screen is now available for sale on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. In God Behind the Movie Screen, Allen uses popular movies to bring science and religion together.

By Protochips, Inc.
Agreement makes Protochips in situ sample holders more widely available to FEI microscope users.

By The American Ceramic Society
JACerS earns number-one ranking; International Journal of Applied Glass Science, International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology gain ground

By SMi Group
COPD 2014, 20th and 21st October, Holiday Inn Regents Park Hotel, London UK

By Protochips, Inc.
New Microscopy Product Offers Greater Customization and Precision

By Protochips, Inc.
Protochips introduces an innovative new product for quantitative in situ research at M&M.

By Dickinson College
The sea urchins in this laboratory were born in California, but based on appearances, they might have traveled from light years away.

By Ideaworks Ltd
Ideaworks Ltd. today announced that the Ideaworks London Experience Centre will soon be a permanent home to the CoeLux® sunlight system, the first permanent fixture outside of the CoeLux® Italian research facility.

By Uwingu, LLC
Encourages the public to name via Uwingu’s simpler, quicker process, and to contribute to funding space research and education as a result

By none
A graduate student at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa is raising money through the crowdfunding platform to place satellite tags on a species of deep-sea shark, in collaboration with a submarine operator in Honduras.

By Protochips, Inc.
Selected Speakers Will Discuss Using Protochips Products for Research

By RaiseYourIQ
After 10 years in research and development at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, RaiseYourIQ has just released the online version of its SMART brain training course.

By The League for Innovation
The League for Innovation in the Community College is proud to announce the fifth annual STEMtech conference.

By UIC College of Dentistry
The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded student Marybeth Francis, of the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry, an NIH Fellowship.

By Danforth Center
ST. LOUIS, MO, July 8, 2014 -- James C. Carrington, Ph.D., president of the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is among the world's most highly cited scientists, according to Thomson Reuters’ 2014 list of Highly Cited Researchers.

By Copia
Partnership with the Utah State Department of Education to Pilot OER Science Curriculum

By Grandmother Fish LLC
“Grandmother Fish” Uses Motions and Sounds to Appeal to Little Children

By SMi Group Ltd
Evaluate HTA Reforms and Market Access Processes to Optimise Business Profit | 13-14 October 2014

By Experiment
Tiny plant, big potential: Researchers raise money from public to sequence ‘superorganism’ genome June 9, 2014 Scientists from Duke University and Utah State University are raising money through crowdfunding platform Experiment to sequence the genome...

By Experiment
A researcher from University of South Carolina is raising money through crowdfunding platform Experiment to create and test video games that may help children with Autism improve their social skills.

By SMi Group
Health and Social Care Information Centre report a 7.7% Raise in Allergy Hospitalisation

By Sangari Science
Interactive tablet edition strengthens capabilities of IQWST curriculum

By National Water Research Institute
David Sedlak, Global Leader in the Study of Water Contaminants and Managing Urban Water, to Receive 2014 Clarke Prize

By Inland Seas Education Association
Suttons Bay, MI – Thursday, June 5 marked a milestone for Inland Seas Education Association (ISEA) as they welcomed the 100,000th student aboard the Schoolship. Emma Quick (pictured in pink fleece next to E.D.

By German Center for Research and Innovation (GCRI)
The GCRI in New York invites you to a gallery opening on Thursday, June 12, featuring selected images from the work of Max Planck Society scientists. Dr. Klaus-Armin Nave will open the evening with a talk on "Neurological Diseases in Mice."

By MathsGenius Leadership Institute
03 June 2014 | Johannesburg | MGLI “South Africa's ranking as worst in the world for its maths and science education is "a state of emergency", the opposition has said.

By Grandmother Fish LLC
Veteran Game Designer Creates New Way to Teach Evolution to Children

By James M. and Erma T. Freemont Foundation
Atlanta, Georgia, May 17, 2014:  The James M. and Erma T. Freemont Foundation hosted a meet and greet cocktail event in downtown Atlanta, Georgia to raise funds for student scholarships and college prep training. Dr. James M.

By SMi Group Ltd
Join this year's event to gain insight into current successes and challenges that leading pharmaceutical organisations are facing with market access and P&R policies, including GlaxoSmithKline, Novartis, Ipsen, Mundipharma, Gilead and many more

By Destination Science
National day camp launches photo contest to teach kids about ubiquity of science

By Unity of Delray Beach
E 2 A Class with Nancy Norman Thursdays, June 19 to August 14 Choice of morning, afternoon, or evening: ·       Prosperity Coffee   7 to 8 a.m. ·       Prosperity Lunch 12:15 to 1:15 p.m.

By SMi Group
DMPK Project Leader to present a keynote address at Immunogenicity 2014

By Center for Science Teaching & Learning
Students Will Visit Long Island from Singapore, California, and Illinois

By The Fit Labs
The Fit Labs now conducts 21 day in-house shops! Known as the 21 Day Metabolic Repair Shop, these shops will show you how to repair your metabolism for life.

By See The Change USA
American Association of University Women Recognizes Horvath’s Role in Inspiring the Sciences

By Danforth Center
Construction Begins on New $45 Million Addition to its Facility

By The American Ceramic Society
WESTERVILLE, OHIO—The American Ceramic Society (ACerS) today announced that Kathryn Logan, Arun Varshneya, and George Wicks have earned the distinction of Distinguished Life Membership.

By SelectScience
SelectScience has been awarded the UK Life Science Employer of the Year Award 2014, as part of the UK Life Science Skills Award Scheme.

By Strategic Book Group
Paranormal Disturbance Cannot Be Explained by Medical Science - Novel Connects an Unsuspecting Woman to Another Dimension

By Abiding Concepts LLC
Author Tim Dunn returns to the scene with a wonderful new story about a young man’s adventure to discover his ancestors.

By Montana State University Extended University
The director of Montana State University's Thermal Biology Institute will discuss the microbes of Yellowstone National Park at a free event in Big Sky, Montana on May 15, 2014. The event is called Science and Suds.

By T.Theivasanthi
New discovery in nanoparticles behaviour by Indian researcher

By Strategic Book Group
Dickie was a genius. Too bad nobody appreciated his scientific smarts. Everyone just thought he was annoying. Of course, he did almost burn down his school with a science fair project.

By Thermo Fisher Scientific
Thermo Fisher Scientific has developed a rapid and reliable sample preparation procedure and ion chromatography-based method to determine the phytate hydrolysis products in dried distillers grains with solubles (DDGS).

By Thermo Fisher Scientific
Thermo Fisher has developed a two-dimensional high-performance liquid chromatography (2D-HPLC) method for determination of water-soluble vitamins in a complex multivitamin/mineral nutritional drink.

By Academics in a Box
The ‘Einstein in a Box’ product will now be called ‘Groovy Lab in a Box’

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