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Hagel, Japanese Minister Of Defense Onodera At Pentagon
SECRETARY OF DEFENSE CHUCK HAGEL: Good afternoon. I very much appreciate the opportunity this afternoon to welcome back my friend, Minister Onodera, welcome him back to the Pentagon.
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Fri Jul 11, 2014
The Wall Street Journal
Hagel's Budding Bromance With Japan's Onodera
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel presents Japan's Minister of Defense Itsunori Onodera a tennis outfit of the University of Nebraska at Omaha during a joint news conference after their meeting at the Pentagon on Friday.
The PNAS 'old boys' club': NAS members can...
In April, the US National Academy of Sciences elected 105 new members to its ranks.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Guitar collection project hits all the right notes for Meadowdale High School senior
O n July 12, Meadowdale High School senior Nathan Battern will be holding a collection day at the high school for students in the MHS guitar class who do not own or can't afford guitars.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Lightning re-sign D Sustr
The Czech made his NHL debut with the club during the lockout-shortened 2013 campaign, appearing in two games, after playing three years at the University of Nebraska-Omaha.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
Medical News Today
Could our hormones influence whether we vote?
Past research has associated high levels of cortisol - known as the "stress hormone" - with increased risk of heart attack and memory loss.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Blues Traveler Headlines Free Memorial Park Concert
The 24th annual Bank of the West Celebrates America free summer concert and fireworks show is scheduled for Friday in Memorial Park.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
Business briefs: Culver's to add two stores in Sarasota County
Nicole Dollison, who worked at Bergan Mercy Medical Center as vice president of operations and was executive director of project management for the closure and consolidation of Creighton University Medical Center, has been named COO for Manatee Memorial.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
Study finds who will vote and who won't
There are external barriers such as transportation and voter identification that influence how individuals vote in primary elections, but a new study found an internal barrier that may be just as influential.
Hormones affect voting behavior, Nebraska researchers find
Researchers from the University of Nebraska at Omaha , the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Rice University have released a study that shows hormone levels can affect voter turnout.
Thu Jun 19, 2014
UNO reports entity tried to breach campus server
The school said in a news release Thursday that no data was accessed in the incident, which was discovered in early May during a routine security scan.
Wed Jun 18, 2014
Scientific publishing: The inside track
The building for the National Academy of Sciences was completed in 1924 as a "home of science in America".
NASA Announces Award Recipients For Space Station Research Flight Opportunity
NASA has awarded $500,000 and payload flight opportunities for research and technology development onboard the International Space Station to academic institutions across the U.S. The awards are through NASA's Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research .
Mon Jun 16, 2014
New Jersey Herald
Children's Chorus of Sussex County performs at Carnegie Hall
Submitted photo - The Children's Chorus of Sussex County, under the direction of founder and artistic director Deborah Mello, recently participated in the East Coast premiere of "To be Certain of the Dawn" at Carnegie Hall.
Great Bend Tribune
Kans for Kids scholarship recipients announced
Kans for Kids Fighting Cancer Foundation has announced its 2014 scholarship recipients.