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Taking Names the Blog - Orlando SentinelToday's paper carried an interesting story about a UCF student who developed a new app to help students register for classes. You can read the piece for yourself. But basically, student Tim Arnold figured out a way to alert students when classes they...
Every year, health organizations spend millions in the developing world attacking the iron-deficiency disorder known as anemia. They pay special attention to pregnant women, a population highly vulnerable to the disease. Every year, though, 115,000 of...
The team who created FastStitch, a surgical tool designed to quickly and cost-effectively close abdominal incisions after surgeries, has won the 2012 Collegiate Inventors Competition. Their first-place award will give the team $12,500, and their faculty...
Tags: Robert Allen
LONDON - The most glamorous event on the calendar for the global crop protection industry took place at London's Hotel Russell in Russell Square. Some 400 movers and shakers in the industry gathered to celebrate the successes of a sector brimming with...
Stanford Ovshinsky was not a household name like Thomas Edison or Albert Einstein, but he was often compared to them, for good reason. He invented the nickel-metal hydride battery, which has powered high-tech items such as cellphones, laptop computers...
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- There were moments Tuesday during the annual Future of Music Summit where the conversation about revenue in the digital music industry sounded like a scrum over crumbs, a desperate fight over an increasingly shrinking pie. "There is...
WASHINGTON — Scientists who helped pioneer BioWatch, the government's system for detecting a biological attack on the U.S., knew from the start that it was prone to false alarms, records show. Between 2003, when the nationwide network of air...
If you trail any farmer or rancher around his or her operation, you’ll find “innovation” follows them. What does innovation mean? Really, it’s a fancy word that means things are changed to make something work better. Who doesn&...
Tags: Onions, Peppers, Marketing, Turkey (animal), Recipes
This month marks the 60th anniversary of Corning Inc.’s precision glass plant in Harrodsburg. It’s a special occasion not only for the people who work at this storied facility, but for all of us at the company. The plant embodies several...
It used to be that just when things got interesting inside the classroom at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, the bell would ring. But students and teachers at the 80-year-old school on the hill say a new schedule put in place this year is opening up...
Tags: Teachers, Teaching and Learning, Education, Students
MEET THE CANDIDATES When Marylanders head to the polls Nov. 6, they will elect members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives in addition to casting their ballots for president. Dozens of people are running for a chance to represent the...
The Hartford CourantWe've listened to endless blather during this campaign season about how tax cuts will create jobs. I think Bruce Carlson has a better idea. He's finding potentially viable products developed by private industries in the state that for some reason have not...
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