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Hagerstown Community College’s Mathematics and Science Division will host a Biotechnology Summer Institute Information Night on Tuesday, beginning at 6 p.m., in HCC’s Career Programs Building, room 125. It was originally scheduled for Feb. 1....
firstname.lastname@example.orgAbout 100 volunteers have been meeting since last fall to study ideas that would provide more educational opportunities for Washington County Public Schools' students. Following is a brief look at each of the study groups' recommendations based on...
email@example.comLast summer wasn't a day at the beach for Yunji Seol. It was weeks in a lab. While other teens might have been working on their tans, Yunji, surrounded by microscopes and test tubes, was working on advancing a career in science. The 17-year-old...
Tags: Health, Schools, Biotechnology, Science, Stroke
Hagerstown Community College Officials at Hagerstown Community College announce the appointment of Alicia Manfre as instructor of biotechnology. A graduate of North Hagerstown High School, Manfre completed her doctoral degree in genetics at Clemson...
Tags: Health, Biotechnology, Science, Middletown, United Way
Hagerstown Community College’s Mathematics and Science Division will host a Biotechnology Summer Institute Information Night on Tuesday, Feb. 1, beginning at 6 p.m., in HCC’s Career Programs Building, room 213. Participants will have an...
Hagerstown Community College’s Mathematics and Science Division will a host a Biotechnology Summer Institute information night at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 1, at HCC’S Career Programs Building, room 213. Participants will have an opportunity to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWashington County Board of Education members' travel-related expenses decreased from $5,687 in fiscal 2008-09 to $816 in the 2009-10 fiscal year, according to a report prepared by the school system's chief financial officer for The Herald-Mail. The...
email@example.comThose butterflies in your stomach, the flush of heat to your cheeks, that inexplicable longing for your honey bunny — each is the result of a biochemical cocktail of hormones swirling in your head. As it turns out, it's the systems in your brain,...
reporterJamie Penn was found dead in the summer of 2005. He had been shot several times. It has been years since he died, but his family still hopes to bring his killer or killers to justice. "The memory is fresh as it was on yesterday. It doesn't feel like 8-...
Tags: Shootings, Chemical Industry, Murder
A Baltimore judge postponed the trial of a second man accused of nearly beheading three young relatives nine years ago until October so that lawyers have more time to prepare arguments on DNA evidence. Adan Canela, 26, is charged with multiple murder...
Court records show a recent DNA hit has linked a man to evidence left at the scene of a 2005 shooting death. A warrant filed in Roanoke Circuit Court reveals that a match was found in April for DNA evidence recovered from the Aug. 16, 2005 shooting...
Tags: Chemical Industry
How did we go from a lifeless Earth with no oxygen to a planet teeming with life and that essential element? Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology have found one crucial clue: iron and RNA. The team managed to re-create conditions of life on...
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