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Should America ever negotiate with terrorists?
MS is most commonly found far from the equator, where there is less sunshine to trigger production of vitamin D in the skin.
As part of Elon's 125th anniversary celebration, President Emeritus J. Earl Danieley will share personal stories and reflections on his 72-year association with the university as a student, professor of chemistry, dean of the college, and president.
The White House and Iran face an uphill selling job to convince Americans to embrace the interim nuclear pact negotiated with Tehran last month, a USA TODAY/Pew Research Center Poll finds.
Summary Federal R&D policy and implications of budget sequestration are the largest factors in funding for U.S. academic research, which has dropped from a recent high of 6% annual funding increases in 2011 to a forecast of 2% in 2014.
Eyes aren't just a window to your soul-they could also reveal health problems: Hard-to-spot "micro-bleeds" in the small vessels of your eyes could be a sign of impending heart trouble that only a trip to the eye doc can ID, finds new research from Johns Hopkins University.
The federal government provides more than 60% of university research funds. NOTE: Institution fiscal years.
The Montgomery County Public Schools December 6, 2013, news release screams that "73 percent earn a college-ready score" on Advanced Placement exams in 2013.
FREEDOM HOUSE: AZERBAIJAN IS ON WRONG TRACK PERSECUTING JOURNALISTS AND CIVIL SOCIETY ACTIVISTS 20:06 05/12/2013 " LAW Azerbaijan is on the wrong path because the authorities of the republic show zero respect for human rights, stated the Freedom House president David Kramer speaking in front of the audience of Johns Hopkins University at ... (more)
X-STEM - presented by Northrop Grumman Foundation and MedImmune - is an Extreme STEM symposium for elementary through high school students featuring interactive presentations by an exclusive group of visionaries who aim to empower and inspire kids about careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics .
A Camp Kesem counselor shares a laugh with a camper at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md.
Using a powerful gene-hunting technique for the first time in mammalian brain cells, researchers at Johns Hopkins report they have identified a gene involved in building the circuitry that relays signals through the brain.
MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- Alabama State University is inviting the public to meet the three candidates vying to be the next president of the embattled institution.
Retired pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Benjamin Carson told Newsmax on Thursday that former South African President Nelson Mandela was "a man who won the Nobel Peace Prize who really truly advocated for peace.
Editor's note: The author of this piece has worked as an organizer for the 10-to-1 wage ratio campaign at St. Mary's College.