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Major League Baseball
In first five-hit game, Holt provides early jolt
Leading off Sunday's game with a homer in the Red Sox's 11-0 win over the Astros at Minute Maid Park, Holt finished with a career-high five hits.
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While Texas' Republican leadership touts the state's booming economic growth, Texas-based climate scientists - some of the world's most renowned - say that growth has come at a high cost.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Colorful ballet music, folk songs on tap for Colorado Music Festival
Carlos Miquel Prieto will be the second music director candidate to lead the Colorado Music Festival this season.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
3D Tetrapod Quantum Dots Outperform
Quantum dots are already being used to improve the color accuracy in high-end televisions like Sony's Bravia, and are being experimented with for boosting the output of solar cells.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Rice's silicon oxide memories catch manufacturers' eye
Rice University postdoctoral researcher Gunuk Wang, left, and chemist James Tour have demonstrated new techniques for using porous silicon oxide to make robust RRAM memory chips that can be easily... Rice University's breakthrough silicon oxide technology for high-density, next-generation computer memory is one step closer to mass production, ... (more)
Syncing for Success: The Second Annual Development and Finance Symposium
At the second Development and Finance Symposium , the balance between finance and development attendees was nearly equal , showing that both departments were more eager and keen to sync-up than ever.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
24 July Webinar: Smarter Government with Text Analytics
The Federal Government has a tremendous responsibility to protect the safety and security of Americans both at home and abroad.
Rice University Selects TendenciA Open Source CMS Platform
Tendenci , the software development company spearheading the TendenciA Open Source Content Management System project for associations and other nonprofits , is proud to release a dynamic new website for Rice University's Energy and Environment Initiative.
Estes Park Trail-Gazette
Estes Park summer music festival starts July 14
The first concert of this summer's Estes Park Music Festival will be Monday night July 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the Stanley Hotel Concert Hall.
Off the Kuff
White return flight
Between 2000 and 2010, [Harris] county, like much of the U.S., saw a sharp decline of its white population, losing about 12 percent of Anglos or about 83,000 people.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Survey: Many Texans eligible for subsidies from the ACA still believe coverage is too expensive
Half of Texans who are eligible for premium subsidies under the Affordable Care Act and who looked for health plans in the ACA's Health Insurance Marketplace said cost was the main reason they didn't enroll in a plan.
Inside the lab making 3D-printed hands
Last week, I met with a leading innovator in 3-D printing technology. Dr. Jordan Miller is utilizing the cutting-edge platform in conjunction with a worldwide program known as E-Nable.
Survey probes volcano's depths
In one of the biggest-ever seismology deployments at an active volcano, researchers are peppering Mount St Helens in Washington state with equipment to study the intricate system of chambers and pipes that fed the most devastating eruption in US history.
Gainesville Daily Register
GHS English teacher selected for literary workshop
A Gainesville teacher was selected to attend "Teaching the American Literary Tradition," a professional development institute sponsored by Humanities Texas, the College of Liberal Arts at The University of Texas at Austin and the Harry Ransom Center.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Plasmons excite hot carriers
Researchers at Rice University in the US are the first to have developed a complete theory of how plasmons produce "hot carriers".
Santa Barbara Independent
First UCSB PhD in Feminist Studies
When Carly Thomsen was an undergrad, feminist studies existed at very few universities.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Diana Hobby, wife of William P. Hobby Jr., dies at age 83
Former Lt. Gov. Bill Hobby is the honoree at the second HATS OFF benefit for Houston Community College.
Memorial Production Partners LP Announces Appointment of Robert L....
Memorial Production Partners LP announced today the appointment of Robert L. Stillwell, Jr. as Vice President, Finance of the general partner of MEMP.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Green Car Congress
Rice researchers develop 2-D model of gas hydrate formation
A decade of research by Rice University scientists has produced a two-dimensional model to show how gas hydrates - ice-like substances in which gas molecules are encased in cages of water molecules - are formed under the ocean floor.
Off the Kuff
Get ready to defend the HERO
Surrounded by members of the community who are impacted by the ordinance, Mayor Annise Parker announced today that the City will mount a vigorous effort to defend Houston's Equal Rights Ordinance from being repealed.