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Code42 and Internet2 NET+ Score High in Protecting Endpoint Data for Leading Universities
Code42 , the leader in endpoint data protection and management, today announced significant momentum in the higher education vertical, driven by increasing adoption of Internet2's NET+ CrashPlan service.
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Sat Jul 12, 2014
The Times of Israel
Pro-Israel students 'assaulted' at Boston protest
A protest outside Israel's consular offices in downtown Boston turned ugly Friday when 100 anti-Israel demonstrators "swarmed" some dozen Israel supporters.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
The Jewish Journal
Jewish group leads protests blaming Israel for escalating violence
A Palestinian man reacts after what police said was an Israeli air strike on a house, in Gaza City July 11, 2014.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
SLO Symphony's new executive director aims to engage audiences
During his recent stint as the executive director of the Monterey Symphony , Edmund Feingold watched the San Luis Obispo orchestra’s progress from afar.
Active shooter training increases comfort level of emergency responders
Emergency Medical Service responders felt better prepared to respond to an active shooter incident after receiving focused tactical training according to a new study in the journal Prehospital and Disaster Medicine .
Estes Park Trail-Gazette
Allenspark Performing Arts Company introduces My Fair Lady leads
That "irascible teacher of elocution", Henry Higgins, is played to perfection by Denver actor Brian Trampler.
Smell May Be the Reason Why Cilantro Tastes Like Soap To Some People
Nacho Cabellero , a 3rd year bioinformatics PhD student at Boston University , explains about the genetic variant that causes the herb cilantro to taste like soap to 10% of those who had their genetics analyzed through 23andMe , himself included.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
The Nora Theatre Presents Bryony Lavery's Her Aching Heart, Now thru 8/10
The Nora Theatre Company presents Bryony Lavery 's Her Aching Heart. The production includes original music composed for this production by Veronica Barron.
Massachusetts Launches Open Cloud Project
The state of Massachusetts is teaming up with Harvard, MIT, UMass Amherst, Boston University and Northeastern University to create a cloud computing infrastructure marketplace.
Bunker Hill Community College
Hosts Chinese Television StationWeb Story
Anchor and journalist Tong Jiao of China's Zhuhai Radio and Television visited Bunker Hill Community College on June 18, 2014, to report on the College's international program.
Author Jhumpa Lahiri Is Among 17 New Princeton Faculty Appointments
The Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Jhumpa Lahiri will join Princeton's creative writing faculty in the Lewis Center for the Arts at Prince-ton University, but not until September of 2015.
Shikha Dalmia on Gold and Gods in Modern India
It's an hour after opening time at a posh jewelry store in New Delhi. The scene is unusually sedate.
Our progressive Constitution
Formulations such as "I am a constitutional conservative" or "I am a constitutionalist" are tea-party habits, but they are not confined to its ranks.
The Winnipeg Free Press
Rabbi Zalman was a 'spiritual mentor'
The Associated Press / Alliance for Jewish Renewal Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi died in his sleep last Thursday.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Boston University researchers receive NIH funding for genetic research in Alzheimer's disease
Boston University School of Medicine received major funding from the National Institute on Aging as part of a national effort to identify rare genetic variants that may protect against and contribute to Alzheimer's disease risk.
Medical News Today
When dealing with intimate partner violence, female veterans want options, follow up support
Intimate partner violence is a significant health issue faced by women veterans, but little has been known up until now about their preferences for IPV-related care.
PAUL MCMORROWWalsh shows MassDOT who's boss
Having friends in the State House would make him a rainmaker come budget time, he said, and the city's unions wouldn't dare cross him, because they'd fear his power to nuke them on Beacon Hill.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
AOSSM presents prestigious research awards at annual meeting
In order to recognize and encourage cutting-edge research in key areas of orthopaedic sports medicine, the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine will present ten research awards and seven grants during its Annual Meeting, July 10-13 in Seattle, WA.
Six Chinatown residents receive Boston University Community Service Award and Scholarships
Six Chinatown residents were honored with a Boston University Community Service Award and Scholarship in a ceremony on campus with the former mayor and BU President Dr. Robert A. Brown on June 17, 2014.
Housing First is a Great Local Choice
Six years into the Housing First model in DC, it is obvious that the decision to embrace the new approach was a momentous one for the District's homeless services system.