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4 hrs ago |

Hurricane Katrina nine years later, a statistical snapshot of New Orleans from the Data Center

The Data Center research group on Thursday issued its annual rundown of economic and population statistics in New Orleans for the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.


Related Topix: New Orleans, LA, Science, Oil Spill

8 hrs ago |

Reevely: Opinions divided and worries multiplying, Ontario faces math problem

Hundreds of women, some camping out overnight, stormed into the Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre for the annual retail blowout August, 28, 2014.


Related Topix: Kids, Family, Science, Opinion

12 hrs ago | The Economist

Germany's economy: Watching the wages

BLAMING Germany-or at least the austerity prescribed for the euro zone by Chancellor Angela Merkel-for Europe's ills may be popular in France.


Related Topix: Europe, World News, Germany, Angela Merkel, Science

16 hrs ago | ITV

Clegg hits out at 'meaningless' Tory migration target

Nick Clegg has attacked his Tory coalition partners over immigration, claiming their target of bringing net migration down to the tens of thousands is "meaningless".


Related Topix: Science

20 hrs ago | Andover Advertiser

Migration to UK soars to 243,000

The Government's attempts to slash net migration to the tens of thousands have been dealt another blow as official figures revealed another jump in arrivals to the UK.


Related Topix: Science

20 hrs ago | ITV

Net migration to UK increases

There was a net flow of 243,000 long-term migrants to the UK in the year ending March, a "statistically significant increase" from 175,000 in the previous year, the Office for National Statistics said.


Related Topix: Science

20 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times

Math may hold key to cancer cure, a Marshall Scholarship recipient believes

But if Derek Park, a 23-year-old Marshall Scholar recipient who has spent the last year working in Moffitt Cancer Center's department of Integrated Mathematical Oncology has any say about it, they don't have to be.


Related Topix: Oncology, Medicine, Science, Yale University

Wed Aug 27, 2014


Poverty still high in Ghana - " Survey

About a quarter of Ghanaians are poor, the Ghana Living Standards Survey has revealed.


Business Times

Businesses to promote study in Stem faculties

Adding a catalyst: R&D creates the technologies of the future and generates the intellectual property that enables the country and the businesses in it to sustain their competitive advantage in the global economy.


Related Topix: Science, Opinion


Greece likely to miss Eurostat deadline for reassessed figures

The countryA's statistics on the economy look set to be thrown into doubt once again, as it appears Greece will miss a deadline to submit a reassessment of economic data covering the period from 1995 to 2013, a Eurostat demand on all European Union member states.


Related Topix: Science

The Recorder

Gran/My Turn: The science/public gap

This is the lowest percentage of the 20 countries surveyed, which average 76 percent agreement.


Related Topix: Global Warming, Environment, Science, Weather

Scientific Computing/Instrument.

Power of Mathematics Opens New Possibilities in Music

Anthony Cheung 's formal mathematical training essentially ended with high school calculus.


Related Topix: Science, Columbia University

EQAO: Ontario should review applied courses

Persistently low test rates for students in high school applied math and English suggest Ontario should review those courses, the province's education accountability office said Wednesday.


Related Topix: Science, Adolescents and Pre-Teens, Family, Education Etc.


Math and english test scores 'low' for Ontario high school students

Ontario's education accountability office says ``persistently low'' test rates for students in high school applied math and English suggest the province should review those courses.


Related Topix: Education Etc., Science

A Lesson for Bill O'Reilly on 'Asian Privilege'

Every time someone uses statistics about the Asian-American community to tell black people, "Stop complaining, look at this other minority group and how successful they are," I die a little inside.


Related Topix: Asian-American, African-American, South Korea, World News, Asia, Science, Japanese-American, Vietnamese-American


Statistics Losing Ground To CS, Losing Image Among Students

Norman Matloff worries that the Statistician could be added to the endangered species list .


Related Topix: UC Davis, Science

This civil rights agency gives employers heartburn; you've probably never heard of it

But if you were to walk into a company's human resources office and announce that the OFCCP - shorthand for the Department of Labor's clunky sounding Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs - was here for an audit, you'd likely incite panic.


Related Topix: Law, Employment / Labor Law, Tax, Science, US News, Manufacturing, Industrial Machines, Lincoln Electric Holdings

Wall Street Journal

Just How Bad Are India's Official GDP Numbers?

India is scheduled to release its latest quarterly data on economic growth on Friday, and investors, executives and economists will be looking for clues as to whether the election of a reform-oriented government in May has buoyed the economy.


Related Topix: Financial Markets, Science

Tue Aug 26, 2014

Creative Mac

First Patient Cases Completed Using Triton Fluid Management from Gauss Surgical

Gauss Surgical today announced that the first patient cases were completed using the Triton Fluid Management System at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC in Pittsburgh, Pa.


Related Topix: Science, Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Women's Health, Health, Nursing

Wireless Design & Development

New Ways to Process and Analyze Big Data

Big Data presents scientists with unfolding opportunities, including, for instance, the possibility of discovering heterogeneous characteristics in the population leading to the development of personalized treatments and highly individualized services.


Related Topix: Science, Princeton University, Internet, Science / Technology, Social Software, Startups, Facebook, Computer Science