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8 min ago | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph

Chris Francescani on How Prosecutors Screw With Hackers

Philadelphia-based information security specialist Alex Muentz , who teaches a course in computer crime at Temple University, said that the three-word phrase he most frequently urges hackers to avoid is "Fuck shit up."


Related Topix: Computer Security, Science / Technology, Criminal Defense Law, Law

8 min ago |

Kruger: I'm HIV-Positive, and I Have No Interest in News About HIV Cures

Philadelphia is all atwitter currently with news out of Temple University that researchers there have gotten a step closer to a so-called cure for HIV .


Related Topix: HIV/AIDS, Health, Pennsylvania

1 hr ago | JD Journal

CTIC at Penn Law Names Jeffrey Vagle Executive Director

Jeffrey Vagle has been appointed as the first Executive Director of the Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, according to a press release from the school.


Related Topix: University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Government, Boston University

2 hrs ago | Bloomberg

Japan's War Atonement Not Enough, Ex-Foreign Minister Kono Says

Japan has failed to atone sufficiently for its actions in World War II, said a former foreign minister who wrote an apology over the use of wartime "comfort women."


Related Topix: South Korea, World News, Asia, Democratic Party (Japan), Liberal Democratic Party (Japan), Park Geun-hye,

Tue Jul 22, 2014


Study Casts Doubt on Costly Treatment for Leg Clots

Two treatments that break up blood clots deep in the veins of the legs appear no different in terms of death risk.


Related Topix: UC Los Angeles

Black Enterprise

HIV Research: Temple University Team Successfully Eliminates Virus from Human Cells

After much hard work, a team of Temple University School of Medicine researchers have designed a way to eliminate the HIV-1 virus from human cells, indicating a major step forward in finding a cure for the disease that affects more than 33 million people worldwide, with African Americans having an HIV contraction rate eight times that of white ... (more)


Remembering Dr. Robert Lonergan Jr.: 'one class act and a gifted physician'

His family in his obituary said he developed a technique that allowed for minimally invasive surgery, that has become the standard of care.


Related Topix: Medicine, Orthopaedic Surgery, Dauphin County, PA, Cumberland County, PA, University of Scranton, Scranton, PA

ABA Journal

101-year-old lawyer is still working at Fox Rothschild

Shusterman still works at Fox Rothschild in Philadelphia, where his practice has focused on corporate and real-estate law, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.


Joan H. Hummel, 83, businesswoman

Joan H. Hummel, 83, of Philadelphia and Palm Beach, Fla., a businesswoman, died Sunday, July 20, of pneumonia at Temple University Hospital.


Related Topix: Philadelphia, PA

Mon Jul 21, 2014

Chambersburg Public Opinion

New royalty crowned at Miss Shippensburg Fair Pageants

SHIPPENSBURG >> In a swirl of glitter, gowns and deeply rooted farm traditions, four lucky ladies were crowned this year's Little Miss and Miss Shippensburg Fair Queens and runners up on Monday night.


Related Topix: Shippensburg, PA, Opinion

Slam X Hype

House Of Hackney X Puma - not your dad's 'Basket'

London's House of Hackney teams up with PUMA , to make a basketball shoe that will most likely not get any use on a traditional court.


Medical Daily

HIV Successfully Destroyed In Human Cells For The First Time; May One Day Be The Cure For AIDS

HIV may soon be a fearful disease of the past after a Philadelphia laboratory announced a breakthrough: They had successfully destroyed the virus.


Related Topix: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


Temple University researchers eliminate the HIV virus from cultured human cells for first time

The HIV-1 virus has proved to be tenacious, inserting its genome permanently into its victims' DNA, forcing patients to take a lifelong drug regimen to control the virus and prevent a fresh attack.


Related Topix: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Washington Post

Americans hate Congress. They will totally teach it a lesson by not voting.

Temple University student Ashley Rooney, 19, emerges from a voting booth at the Dendy recreation center in North Philadelphia, Pa., after voting on Nov. 4, 2008.


Related Topix: Science / Technology

The Day

Keeping tabs on invasive shrimp in local waters

Rebecca Barnard, a 2013 Temple University graduate, uses a large net to sweep the water for native and non-native shrimp along the dock at the Old Saybrook Town Dock Friday.


Related Topix: Williams College, Mystic, CT, Old Saybrook, CT, Groton, CT

Sun Jul 20, 2014

The Citizens' Voice

Grandfather receives first salute from grandson at commissioning ceremony

An area family marked three generations of service in the United States Navy during a recent commissioning ceremony for Ensign Matthew Joseph Solomon, a graduate of Albemarle High School and Boston College, who was commissioned last month as an ensign in the U.S. Navy.


Related Topix: US Military, US Navy, US News, Boston College, Syracuse University, Baylor University

Centenarian lawyer Murray Shusterman's secret: Keep going

Murray Shusterman began practicing law in 1936, when Franklin D. Roosevelt was in the White House - and he hasn't stopped working since.


Related Topix: Home Listing, Home, Bala Cynwyd, PA, Estate Planning, Personal Finance, Philadelphia, PA

Howard E. Blake, Temple education professor

A memorial celebration will be Saturday, July 26, for Howard E. Blake, 92, of Media, a former Temple University professor who died June 15 of renal failure at White Horse Village in Newtown Square.


Related Topix: Fairfield, NC, Wilson, NC, Barton College, Eden, NC, Education Etc.

Sat Jul 19, 2014

Terrapin Station MD

Kareem Ali Decommits From Maryland

The Maryland Terrapins were ona recruiting hot streak for the month of June. That is, until they got some pretty bad news Saturday afternoon when prized 2015 recruit Kareem Ali decommited from the Terps in favor of Temple University.


The Times Leader

Fourth generation joins Fino's Pharmacy on Main Street

Vincent Peck, a recent graduate of Temple University School of Pharmacy, is returning to his roots on Main Street in Pittston to join his family in operating Fino's Pharmacy.


Related Topix: Pittston, PA