University of Nebraska Lincoln Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. Lifelong Flu Vaccine Being Tested at Nebraska Center for VirologyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 7 | News Max

    A lifelong flu vaccine is under development at the Nebraska Center for Virology and shows promise for providing long-term protection against the influenza virus. Seasonal vaccinations are developed according to what flu strain is expected to do the rounds each year but, by using ancestral genes from four different strains of the flu, these researchers may succeed in developing a lifelong flu vaccine, Fortune reported .

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  2. Lincoln celebrates Dia de los MuertosRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 7 | News Net Nebraska

    Dia de los Muertos in Lincoln, Nebraska, is a great event held every year to celebrate the Mexican culture and their holiday. This celebration in Lincoln has even become an official Nebraska Statehood 150 event.

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  3. Volunteers digitizes 37,000 pages of Cornhusker yearbooksRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 7 | KHGI

    According to a press release from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, UNL alumni, students and friends recently completed transcribing the last of 37,000 pages of the university's Cornhusker yearbooks, making them accessible for alumni, scholars, genealogists and history buffs. Volunteers from all over the country typed the text from scanned yearbook pages using Transcribe Our Past, a crowdsourcing website created by the University Libraries.

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  4. College of Nursing building improves nursing students' learning opportunitiesRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 7 | University Business

    In 1958, the original University of Nebraska-Lincoln Health Center opened at 1500 U St., where it is still located today. Now, about 60 years later, the new University Health Center and University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing is expected to open in July 2018.

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  5. Lifelong Protection Against Flu? New Vaccine Shows PromiseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 3 | LiveScience

    The flu shots stimulates immunity against a protein called hemagglutinin, which extends from the surface of the flu virus. Hemagglutinin has a "head" and a "stem."

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  6. 4-in-1 influenza vaccine appears to provide broad protection against fluRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 3 | Medical News

    A vaccine combining centralized ancestral genes from four major influenza strains appears to provide broad protection against the dangerous ailment, according to new research by a team from the Nebraska Center for Virology. Mice protected by the unconventional vaccine survived exposure to lethal doses of seven of nine widely divergent influenza viruses.

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  7. KRVN/Rural Radio Network To Create Nebraska Campus LocationRead the original story

    Friday Nov 3 | Agri Marketing

    KRVN/RURAL RADIO NETWORK TO CREATE NEBRASKA CAMPUS LOCATION Nov. 3, 2017 National Association of Farm Broadcasting reports: Nebraska radio station KRVN 880 and the Rural Radio Network will add a news bureau and production studio at Nebraska Innovation Campus this fall. NIC Executive Director Dan Duncan said, "KRVN's radio network across the state will enable NIC to connect to everyone in Nebraska and share our stories" KRVN is the 50,000-watt flagship of a nine-station network spanning Nebraska with coverage into Iowa, South Dakota, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming.

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  8. Becoming Huskers miles from homeRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 2 | News Net Nebraska

    At the beginning of this academic year, there were 22,079 students strolling around the University of Nebraska - Lincoln's campuses, and that was a reason to celebrate. Nebraska's biggest college has reached the new all-time high record in its enrollment, and with 12,87% of students coming from abroad, created the most diverse student body in its history.

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  9. Four-in-one flu shot may mean lifelong protection against the fluRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 2 | PhysOrg Weblog

    Eric Weaver , an assistant professor in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and research team members Brianna Bullard and Amy Lingel . Credit: Craig Chandler/University Communication/University of Nebraska-Lincoln A vaccine combining centralized ancestral genes from four major influenza strains appears to provide broad protection against the dangerous ailment, according to new research by a team from the Nebraska Center for Virology.

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  10. Study finds concussed brains take longer, must work harder to tackle memory tasksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 2 | PhysOrg Weblog

    New research from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior has shown that previously concussed athletes have cognitive delays and changes in brain pathways that last far longer than previously thought. Credit: Troy Fedderson It's clear what happens during a concussion: First, there's a violent collision that twists the brain inside of the skull.

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  11. Nebraska Passport program shatters participation recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 2 | KOTA Television

    The Nebraska Tourism Commission said 3,500 participants submitted prize sheets for the Nebraska Passport program, shattering last year's record of nearly 1,300. The commission also announced Thursday that a record-setting 465 participants reached all 80 stops in this year's program.

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  12. UNL Services for Students with Disabilities may become student fee-userRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 1 | News Net Nebraska

    The Association of Students of the University of Nebraska were introduced to an initiative that would use student fees to fund services for Services for Students with Disabilities during its senate meeting Nov. 1. During open forum, Sam Goodin, director of Services for Students with Disabilities, Laurie Bellows, interim vice chancellor for Student Affairs and Brian Shanks, associate director of housing business and fiscal operations, shared plans to make Services for Students with Disabilities a student fee-user to fund their services.

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  13. Sasse Opening Statement at Grasz hearingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 1 | KFOR-AM Lincoln

    Washington, D.C. - Wednesday morning, Nebraska U.S. Republican Senator, Ben Sasse, opened the Senate Judiciary Committee's hearing to consider the nomination of Steve Grasz to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit: "First I want to say thank you to Chairman Grassley for letting a rookie chair the hearing this morning. These confirmation hearings are special because they are opportunities to celebrate some of the best parts of American Civics.

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  14. Higher Education Bubble Update: Three Nebraska State Senators are...Read the original story

    Wednesday Nov 1 | Instapundit.com

    HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: Three Nebraska State Senators are demanding answers after professors from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln were caught on tape harassing a conservative student on campus.

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  15. UNL Jewish organization welcomes all walks of lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 1 | News Net Nebraska

    Going to college out of state can be scary. It can be even worse if you don't have anyone who practices the same religion as you.

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  16. Alisha Parpart - Raising Cane'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 1 | Strictly Business Magazine Lincoln

    Raising Cane's has ONE LOVE-quality chicken finger meals. The restaurants pride themselves on exceptionally high quality food, served quickly and conveniently.

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    Jan 12, 2017 | Alpha Zeta

    Yeutter held a law degree and a Ph. D. in agricultural economics from University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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  18. Peace activist spreads message of love at UNLRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 31 | News Net Nebraska

    Ken Nwadike Jr. is a peace activist, inspirational speaker and video journalist who travels the country in places of protest and riots to spread love and not violence.Four years ago, he started the "Free Hugs Project" which started as simply giving free hugs at marathons across America. In the last two years, however, the meaning of free hugs has changed from the literal translation.

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  19. Secure your secret messages with printable invisible inkRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 31 | New Scientist

    Invisible ink is back, and it's better at hiding than ever. A new invisible ink that you can print is harder to reveal than most common cyphers.

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  20. The War On The Net: civilwardc.orgRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 30 | HistoryNet

    Civil War Washington ranks among the best resources available online for U.S. Civil War scholars, writers, and teachers. Despite its narrow geographic focus, the site's collaborative nature results in a digital collection that touches on literature, journalism, medicine, labor, military affairs, politics, geography, digital humanities, genealogy, science, and of course history.

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