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Details: Education. 1-Sep-2021. Doubling the number of species of hand-standing spotted skunks Field Museum Peer-Reviewed Publication. Spotted skunks aren't as …

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Adolescent health professionals critique new EurekAlert!

Details: The National Sex Education Standards (NSES) are referenced in the paper as a prime example of standards that provide clear, age-appropriate …

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Dr. Rao honored with inaugural educator, ment EurekAlert!

Details: Education as well as research honors have continued throughout his career, including an American Gastroenterological Association Distinguished Educator Award in 2007, the University of Iowa

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U of M Medical School to house statewide cent EurekAlert!

Details: U of M Medical School to house statewide center for spinal cord injury research and education Grant and Award Announcement. University of Minnesota Medical School

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Seamless wayfinding by a deafblind adult on a EurekAlert!

Details: The Transportation Research and Education Center (TREC) at Portland State University is home to the National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC), the …

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Aquatic fungus has already wiped amphibians o EurekAlert!

Details: 20 hours ago · Therefore, it has established partnerships with funding agencies, higher education, private companies, and research organizations in other countries known for …

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US Department of Energy programs leader wins education

Details: Cheryl A. Kerfeld, a structural biologist and the head of the US Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute's Education and Structural Genomics Programs, has won the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology's Award for Exemplary Contributions to Education. Kerfeld will present her award lecture, titled

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UCI-led study first to reveal specific molecu EurekAlert!

Details: Irvine, Calif., Oct. 22, 2021 — A new study led by University of California, Irvine researchers is the first to reveal the specific molecular mechanism that controls the …

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Parents' comparisons make siblings different EurekAlert

Details: A new study from BYU shows that when parents compare their kids, it shows up in the classroom.

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Children's National and Inova announce $2.8 million

Details: Children's National Health System and Inova this week announced a new three-year, $2.8 million research and education collaboration in maternal, fetal and neonatal medicine that aims to leverage the strengths of both health care facilities to improve the health of …

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EurekAlert! News by Subject: Space & Planetary

Details: A new study provides a profile of teachers around the world who provide English Medium Instruction (EMI) in higher education, in which the English …

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Writing assignments boost critical thinking skills for

Details: Higher-order thinking skills and the ability to integrate technical knowledge with practical applications are vital for employees, especially in today's challenging job market. Can reflective writing help undergraduate students develop these important skills? A new study from Iowa State University offers evidence that the teaching method can be an effective technique to enhance students

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UCI-led study suggests new molecular target f EurekAlert!

Details: Medical students also may pursue an M.D./M.B.A., an M.D./master’s in public health, or an M.D./master’s degree through one of three mission-based programs: Health Education to …

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What humans and primates both know when it comes to

Details: The nonverbal visual tests could be used in assessing early math education in young children. University of Rochester researchers have found that adults and children in the US, adults from a 'low numeracy' tribe in Bolivia and rhesus monkeys ALL possessed the ability to distinguish between large and small quantities of objects, regardless of

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Joint statement outlines guidance on diabetes self

Details: A joint position statement outlining when, how and what type of Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support (DSME/S) should be delivered to patients is being released today at the American Diabetes Association's 75th Scientific Sessions. The statement is also being published online concurrently in Diabetes Care, The Diabetes Educator and the Journal of the Academy of …

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Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai selec EurekAlert!

Details: The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai will enroll 11 partner medical schools in its Anti-Racist Transformation (ART) in Medical Education initiative, which seeks to use a formal change

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More women medical students select general surgery and

Details: The gender gap among United States Medical Graduates in the traditionally male-dominated specialty of general surgery is shrinking, according to study results published in the March issue of the Journal of the American College of Surgeons. These findings align with the overall trend of increasingly equal gender enrollment of medical students.

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NIDA raises the curtain on addiction EurekAlert! Science

Details: The Addiction Performance Project is an innovative continued medical education program designed to help primary care providers break down the stigma associated with addiction. The program includes dramatic interpretation of a family's struggle with addiction, followed by a dialogue among participants aimed to foster compassion, cooperation and understanding for patients living with this …

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Engineering education society names NJIT professor Fellow

Details: Ronald H. Rockland, Ph.D., chair of NJIT's Department of Engineering Technology, has been named a Fellow of the American Society for Engineering Education. Rockland, of Parsippany, will receive the designation at the ASEE Annual Conference this coming June in Canada.

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Study examines 'joiners' who help make startups successful

Details: Research highlighted this week in the journal Science analyzes a class of 'joiners,' employees who support the founders of startup companies. The joiners resemble founders in their willingness to take risks and their desire for the freedom of a startup, but there are important differences.

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US students and science: AAAS testing gives new insight on

Details: AAAS has launched an innovative website to help educators assess more precisely what students know about key ideas in science and -- just as importantly -- the incorrect ideas they have. The new website, with an unusually detailed picture of how middle and high school students across the United States are currently doing in science, features information on hundreds of misconceptions they …

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Survey of US dentists shows high rate of opio EurekAlert!

Details: As a top academic health and science center, Georgetown University Medical Center provides, in a synergistic fashion, excellence in education — training physicians, nurses and …

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Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai selec EurekAlert!

Details: The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai will enroll 11 partner medical schools in its Anti-Racist Transformation (ART) in Medical Education initiative, which seeks to use a formal change management process developed at Mount Sinai to address deeply entrenched racism and bias. The initiative has received generous support from the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation.

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Penn/CHOP study helps inform interventions for global road

Details: A research team led by the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing and Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's Center for Injury Research and Prevention worked with a major US multinational corporation to investigate employee perceptions of road risks and strategies to reduce road traffic injuries. This research was conducted in two Indian cities with some of the highest road traffic …

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The legal battle over CRISPR (video) EurekAlert! Science

Details: CRISPR could potentially engineer super crops, make designer animal models for research and even snip out genetic diseases. Experts say that billions of dollars are at stake. But the landmark technology is embroiled in a legal battle over who controls the patent on CRISPR. The latest episode of Speaking of Chemistry highlights everything you need to know about biotech's biggest …

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Vietnam's Ministry of Health recognizes BUSM for building

Details: Carine Lenders, M.D., M.S., ScD, associate professor of pediatrics at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) and physician nutrition specialist at Boston Medical Center (BMC), and Elizabeth Henry, DrPH, MHS, who will graduate from BU's School of Public Health (BUSPH) in September, have received the People's Health Medal from the Social Republic of Vietnam's Ministry …

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Details: Professor Britta Nestler is finally awarded the Leibniz Prize. Disclaimer: AAAS and EurekAlert! are not responsible for the accuracy of news releases posted to EurekAlert! by contributing

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Ronald S. Harwerth, University of Houston [image

Details: Ron Harwerth, recipient of the 2011 Esther Farfel Award, uses this visual field tester in his work to test central and peripheral visual sensitivity to diagnose glaucoma or to determine the stage of the disease.

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While not necessarily reality, perception can cause

Details: In an invited perspective published Jan. 6, 2017, in Science, Hamilton Farris, Ph.D., Associate Professor-Research at LSU Health New Orleans Neuroscience Center of Excellence, finds that the key insight of an important study by Nachev, et al. is that perception can drive the evolution of observable traits.

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Study identifies characteristics of patients likely to

Details: New research published in Liver Transplantation, a journal of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases and the International Liver Transplantation Society, reports that younger patients, those who are married, and those with Child-Pugh C disease -- the most severe measure of liver disease -- are more likely immigrants, divorced patients and those at the lowest income levels

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What can movie stars tell us about marriage

Details: According to a study published in the Spring issue of the Journal of Human Capital, marriages among movie stars can help unravel the reasons why people tend to marry partners of similar education levels.

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Singapore's first satellite in the pink of health

Details: Scientists, researchers and students from Nanyang Technological University have established contact with X-SAT, Singapore's first micro-satellite in space, and obtained a healthy communication link which ascertains that all its core systems are working normally.

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Gettting to grips with the health gap EurekAlert

Details: Tackling health inequalities in Britain needs closer coordination between all major policy areas including health, education, housing, employment and taxation, according to the authors of a new Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) publication.

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Inexpensive new instruments test building sealants under

Details: Sealants, like weather stripping, are what separates the inside from the outside of a building, by providing a barrier that prevents water from seeping in, for example, or heat from leaking out. The challenge, says research chemist Christopher White of the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, Md., is predicting when they will fail.

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Details: This is Cristina Gonzalez, M.D., M.Ed. Disclaimer: AAAS and EurekAlert! are not responsible for the accuracy of news releases posted to EurekAlert! by contributing institutions or for the use of

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Media registration now open for TCT 2011 EurekAlert

Details: Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) is the annual scientific symposium of the Cardiovascular Research Foundation. TCT gathers leading medical researchers and clinicians from around the world to present and discuss the latest research developments in interventional cardiovascular medicine. Now in its 23rd year, it is the world's largest privately-run medical conference and attended

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Renowned glaucoma researcher receives University of

Details: One of the world's foremost glaucoma researchers, Ronald S. Harwerth, is the recipient of the 2011 Esther Farfel Award, the highest distinction bestowed upon faculty by the University of Houston. In addition to his bevy of international glaucoma research awards and close to 130 articles published in peer-reviewed journals cited by thousands, the common thread among all his nomination letters

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Why are we still fighting tuberculosis

Details: It's a disease that has plagued humans since the Paleolithic era: tuberculosis. After centuries of deaths and decades of research, why are we still fighting this deadly disease? ACS Headline Science spoke with Clifton Barry, Ph.D., head of the tuberculosis unit at the National Institutes of Health about the challenges and breakthroughs in TB research.

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Poor sleep quality linked to reduced resilience among

Details: A new study suggests that poor sleep quality is associated with reduced resilience among veterans and returning military personnel.

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NIH chief Collins to give plenary lecture at Experimental

Details: As part of the Experimental Biology 2011 conference in Washington, D.C., next week, National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins will discuss how the federal agency he leads is capitalizing on the gains made by the biomedical research community over the past few decades, describing his vision for translating work at the lab bench into therapeutics that will improve human …

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Mathematical papers and service honored at Joint

Details: Prizes for meritorious service and exemplary writing were awarded to Martha J. Siegel, Mark F. Schilling and Robert D. Hough by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) on Jan. 5 at the Joint Mathematics Meeting in Atlanta, the world's largest gathering of mathematicians.

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Seeing rice with X-rays may improve crop yields

Details: Most people experience X-ray computed tomography (CT) scanners when they are evaluated for a suspected tumor or blood clot. But in the lab of Dr. Quin Liu, Ph.D., in Wuhan China, rice plants were the patients in a novel use of CT scanners as …

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Third brother wins gold at NJIT EurekAlert! Science News

Details: America is often referred to as the land of opportunity. Faizan Naqvi, of Kearny, refers to NJIT as his

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New device promises safer way to deliver powerful drugs

Details: A new drug delivery device designed and constructed by Jie Chen, Thomas Cesario and Peter Rentzepis promises to unlock the potential of photosensitive chemicals to kill drug-resistant infections and perhaps cancer tumors as well.

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