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The Microsoft Alumni Foundation and the Microsoft Alumni Network have merged. The network consists of more than 10,000 former Microsoft employees around the world, with large concentrations in the greater Seattle metropolitan area around the technology company's Redmond.
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Cannes Lions and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation have launched the fourth Cannes Chimera Initiative creative brief, which closes for entries on 1 August 2014.
The trial of the injection to deliver inactivated polio vaccine in children who had already been immunized with the oral poliovirus vaccine has been published in The Lancet and was funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in support of The Global Polio Eradication Initiative .
The University of Illinois at Chicago is one of seven public, urban, research universities selected to participate in an innovative one-year project with a goal to transform higher education.
STC.UNM has signed two new agreements that could bring several new technologies, from new biotech to new pesticides, to market.
The birth control of the future could be as easy as the click of a remote control.
UC President Janet Napolitano has selected Dr. Sam Hawgood , dean of the UCSF School of Medicine and interim chancellor, to be UCSF's 10th chancellor, the president's office announced Wednesday.
Ryan Worsley's documentary, which premiered at SIFF in May, is a celebration of the Funhouse , which closed two years ago, but it's also a celebration of the punk spirit .
The University of Akron is one of seven universities across the country that will receive funding to test ways to increase access, improve student success rates and cut costs.
Oklahoma and South Carolina are pulling out through their state legislatures, and North Carolina is heading for the door as well.
The concept of implanting birth control that lasts for years is nothing new, but the idea of implanting remote-controlled birth control that can work for a decade and a half sure is.
It's the first human trial of a banana that's been genetically engineered to contain higher levels of beta carotene, the nutrient that our body converts into vitamin A. Researchers want to confirm that eating the fruit does, in fact, lead to higher vitamin A levels in the volunteers' blood.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation wants to see a next-gen condom - a revamped version of the traditional latex love glove that will encourage protected sex, and in turn, prevent unintended pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 07:05 pm
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