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Quality childcare leads to benefits at school age

Children who receive a quality childcare experience at age 2-3 are more likely to be attentive and better able to deal with their emotions as they start school, according to new research from the University of Adelaide.


Related Topix: Pediatrics, Medicine

Tue Aug 26, 2014

Mass Transit

Capital Metro Successfully Launches Second BRT Line in Austin, Texas

The new 15-mile route, which features 46 stations including 12 shared downtown with the 801 line, provides service to several college campuses including the University of Texas at Austin, the city's museum district, two of the city's most popular shopping destinations, downtown Austin and the State Capitol.


Related Topix: Austin, TX

Daily Texan

President search committee starts coming together

With President William Powers Jr. set to leave his position in June 2015, Paul Foster, UT System Board of Regents chairman, is in the process of forming a search committee to find candidates to replace him.


Related Topix: Austin, TX

Business Journal

Houston Business Journal names new money, law reporter

Edwards most recently comes from Shanghai, China, where she was an editor at SinoMedia and, before that, a contributor to China Economic Review.


Related Topix: World News, China, Journalism

Business Journal

UT partnership with Rice, A&M brings $3.7M for business innovation

The University of Texas has partnered with Rice University and Texas A&M University to take advantage of a $3.75 million grant from the National Science Foundation.


Related Topix: Rice University, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

Sys-Con Media

Internet of Things (#IoT), Docker and #DevOps At Upcoming @ThingsExpo

Docker offers a new, lightweight approach to application portability. Applications are shipped using a common container format and managed with a high-level API.


Related Topix: Computers


Qubitekk to Receive Federal Funding to Help Protect Nation's Power Grid from Cyber Attack

San Diego startup Qubitekk will benefit from a $3M Department of Energy grant to speed the development of unhackable quantum encryption technology that will protect the country's power grid from cyber attack.


Related Topix: Computer Security, Science / Technology, Department of Energy, Texas, Pacific Gas and Electric, Energy, Computers


ASTRAL: genome-scale coalescent-based species tree estimation

Yet, gene trees often differ from species trees, creating challenges to species tree estimation.


Related Topix: University of Southern California

Mon Aug 25, 2014

Science Daily

Exposure to toxins makes great granddaughters more susceptible to stress

Scientists have known that toxic effects of substances known as endocrine disrupting chemicals , found in both natural and human-made materials, can pass from one generation to the next, but new research shows that females with ancestral exposure to EDC may show especially adverse reactions to stress.


Related Topix: Washington State University, Science, Chemistry, Genetics, Medicine

Scientific Blogging

Fungicide Vinclozolin Linked To Great Granddaughter's Stress

Feeling stressed out? Blame your great-grandparents. Psychologists have linked ancestral exposure by a common fungicide, vinclozolin, to the stress levels of rats generations later.


Related Topix: Psychology, Washington State University


Back to cool: A guide to the best things about the campus area

When I made the decision to move from the east side to the campus area last year, some of my, ahem, hipper friends furrowed their brows and asked, "Why do you want to live there ?" Well, because it's great, that's why.


Related Topix: Austin, TX, Life, Food, Dining, Pizza, Fitness, Yoga

The Austin Chronicle

In Flight from Central America

A Sunday gathering at the Congregational Church of Austin had all the markings of a worship service - pews at capacity and additional folding chairs to accommodate the crowd.


Related Topix: Austin, TX, US Military, US Marine Corps

The Nation

When Workplace Training Programs Actually Hinder Workers

Each weekday morning, exassembly line workers, struggling single moms, and other job-seekers shuffle into government offices to get help retraining for a new career, to start over as a radiology technician or programmer, perhaps, or finish an associate's degree.


Related Topix: US News, Liberal Political News


The 14 Best National Universities According To Washington Monthly

Forget the Ivy League -- you just need to go to a flagship university in California, Michigan, Washington or North Carolina if you want a world-class education.


Related Topix: California

Sun Aug 24, 2014

The Hartford Courant

Love Story: For Facebook Friends, Relationship Grows

"Who's your friend?" Meredith Maffett asked her brother, Bret, after seeing a picture of him with his classmates - including Seth Taylor - at Wake Forest University.


Related Topix: Wake Forest University, Willington, CT

Sat Aug 23, 2014

Tyler Morning Telegraph

Success in school depends on us all

Image from: All of us should help make the coming school year a success for East Texas students by getting involved.


Related Topix: Opinion

Publishers' Weekly

Book Deals: Week of August 25, 2014

Bestselling YA author Sarah Dessen sold her 12th novel to Ken Wright , v-p and publisher of Viking Children's Books.


Related Topix: Texas

Fri Aug 22, 2014

Northwestern University

Shaping the Future of Cloud Computing

The International Center for Advanced Internet Research at Northwestern University is part of a national research consortium called Chameleon that this week received $10 million from the National Science Foundation to investigate cloud computing and help develop the next generation of clouds.


Related Topix: CPU, Science / Technology, Science, Computer Science, Cloud Computing, Northwestern University, University of Chicago

Scientific Computing/Instrument.

Mouth Bacteria Can Change its Diet, Supercomputers Reveal

Bacteria inside your mouth drastically change how they act when you're diseased, according to research using supercomputers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center .


Related Topix: Science / Technology, High Performance Computing, Science, Computer Science, Gingivitis, Health, Infectious Diseases, Medicine, Nutrition

KXAN-TV Austin

The Main Building on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin.

Commuters who travel near the University of Texas, get ready for extra traffic beginning Friday morning.


Related Topix: Austin, TX