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11 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press

Female engineers plan to make dolls with scientific inspiration

Janna Eaves holds a computer rendering of the Miss Possible doll. The University of Illinois engineering student has designed a set dolls featuring prominent scientists such as Marie Curie with software applications for girls to do science experiments.

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Related Topix: Engineering

21 hrs ago | The Citizens' Voice

Local graduates

Bruce Balliet of Drums graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in environmental studies/sociology/criminology from Albight College, Reading.

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Related Topix: Drums, PA, Pittston, PA, Engineering, Science, Shavertown, PA, Dallas, PA

Thu Aug 21, 2014

Freshnews

Deacom Supports American Chemical Society (ACS) Scholars Program

Deacom, Inc ., producer of a modern ERP software solution for process manufacturing companies, announced today that they are proud to support the American Chemical Society Scholars Program via sponsorship of the 11 Annual Chemical Industry Golf Tournament hosted by Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates .

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Related Topix: Chemistry, Science, Engineering

Tue Aug 19, 2014

Examiner.com

Get known to the prospects in chemical engineering jobs

Do you find scientific formulas luring enough to be dealt with, on a daily basis? Are you a science geek, who finds science in every living thing and the world all around? If yes, then finding your abode in chemical engineering can surely be an apt idea.

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Related Topix: Engineering, Science

Science Daily

Solar energy that doesn't block the view

Researchers have developed a new type of solar concentrator that when placed over a window creates solar energy while allowing people to actually see through the window.

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Related Topix: Solar Energy, Alternative Energy, Renewable Energy (Green Energy), Energy, Michigan State University, Engineering, Materials Science, Science, Environment, Chemistry

Confectionery News

Cambridge University and mystery industry backer to explore heat tolerant chocolate

The university's Department of Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology, financially supported by an undisclosed industry backer, will investigate how chocolate can remain solid and retain qualities sought by consumers - when stored in warm climates.

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Related Topix: Engineering, Science

Suria

Cindy Crawford withdraws kids from school

The 48-year-old supermodel and her husband Rande Gerber have decided not to allow Presley, 15, and Kaia, 12, to return to Malibu High School after routine soil tests found elevated levels of PCBs - chemicals which can cause cancer and damage immune and reproductive systems - in window caulking in four of 10 classrooms checked at random.

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Related Topix: Engineering, Science, Entertainment

Hispanic Business

Foundation grant to UA researcher to further breast cancer device

"I feel extremely good, together with my local business partner, Dr. ," Puskas said in a recent interview.

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Related Topix: Medicine, Breast Cancer, Health, Engineering, Science

Mon Aug 18, 2014

The New Zealand Herald

Infrastructure report: Power up the next stage

Alison Andrew has taken over as Transpower chief executive as it finishes a $2 billion upgrade.

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Related Topix: Engineering, Science

Pollution Online

Electric Bugs Used To Detect Water Pollution

Scientists from our Department of Chemical Engineering have developed a low-cost device that could be used in developing countries to monitor the quality of drinking water in real time without costly lab equipment.

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Related Topix: Engineering, Science

Sun Aug 17, 2014

The Independent

Best job in the world? 'Doctor of chocolate' sought by Cambridge University

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Related Topix: Engineering, Science

Cambridge Evening News

Cambridge University seeks a 'doctor of chocolate' for PhD project

Cambridge University is looking for a sweet-toothed PhD student to work on a project aimed at inventing a heat-resistant chocolate bar.

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Related Topix: Life, Food, Chocolate, Engineering, Science

Outlook

Cambridge Univ Scouting for First 'Doctor of Chocolate'

Cambridge University is offering a chance to scientists and chocolate fans to indulge their sweet tooth by becoming a 'doctor of chocolate' at the prestigious institution.

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Related Topix: Engineering, Science

Sat Aug 16, 2014

The Star

SRR intern breaking the status quo of engineering field

Submitted photo Tim Baughman, SRR design authority engineer and mentor to Christina Santos, explains the slurry pump on Tank 22 in SRR's H Tank Farm.

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Related Topix: Engineering, Science, Wolcott, CT, University of New Haven

Fri Aug 15, 2014

Chicago Tribune

Engineers toy with science in building doll company

Janna Eaves holds a computer rendering of a Marie Curie doll, which the U. of I. senior and her partner, Supriya Hobbs, plan as the first offering of their new Miss Possible toy company.

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Related Topix: Engineering

Electronics Weekly

3D printed sensors monitor quality of drinking water

Researchers at Bath University have developed a low-cost device that could be used to monitor the quality of drinking water in real time.

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Related Topix: Engineering, Science

Shields Gazette

A-level students delighted to be seeing stars

While 84 per cent of students gained three passes at A* to E, 98 per cent got at least one A-level and a third of students picked up three A* to B grades.

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Related Topix: Engineering, Science, Tyne and Wear County, England, United Kingdom,

Nottingham Evening Post

A-Levels: Tram worker Alex on right lines for success

He was at work for 6am, left in time to get to Trinity School in Aspley to pick up his papers at 8am, then headed straight back to his job.

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Thu Aug 14, 2014

Architect Online

Researchers Discover a Biocompatible, Conductive Protein

Alon Gorodetsky, an assistant professor of chemical engineering and materials science at the University of California Irvine, holds up a vial containing reflectin, a protein found in squid skin that could power biomedical and other electronic devices.

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Related Topix: Engineering, Science, UC Irvine, Irvine, CA, Europe, United Kingdom, World News, Entomology

Hispanic Business

Reports on Chemical Engineering from Warsaw University of Technology...

It is a simplified model of the flow in the inlet part of a vertical cooling crystallizer where a rotary distributor of inflowing solution is situated above the free surface of solution contained in the crystalliser."

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