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13 hrs ago | Edhat
Dr. Jason Prystowsky is celebrating his 39th birthday in the glow of a winter's full moon rising over the Santa Barbara pier and the refreshing spritz of a much-needed drizzle.
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17 hrs ago | WDUN-AM Gainesville
Funeral services for University of North Georgia nursing student and women's golfer LeeAnn Noble will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at First United Methodist Church on Thompson Bridge Road in Gainesville.
21 hrs ago | Bioscience Technology
Move over, nanotechnologists, and make room for the biggest of the small. Scientists at the Harvard's Wyss Institute have built a set of self-assembling DNA cages one-tenth as wide as a bacterium.
Yesterday | Newswise
High-level college football players frequently return to the field after an ACL reconstruction, according to research presented today at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine's Specialty Day.
A three-week-old elephant stands by its mother Vishesh in Ostrava's zoo, North Moravia, Czech Republic, on February 26, 2014.
Whether we realize it, African elephants are listening to us. The pachyderms can tell certain human languages apart and even determine our gender, relative age, and whether we're a threat, according to a new study.
Emory University's Schwartz Center for Performing Arts has announced its 2014-15 Candler Concert Series lineup, including an array of premieres.
The effort to incorporate three areas in central DeKalb County has little chance make it through the state legislature as the session wraps up.
The University of Georgia's Voices from the Vanguard series continues March 18 at 5:30 p.m. in the UGA Chapel with a presentation by Mary Galinski , a professor and researcher at Emory University.
Breaking up is hard to do - but does it have to be that way? Can modern technology provide help to the lovelorn? The prairie vole is famously monogamous - it forms one life-long bond.
A live attenuated flu vaccine, which contains weakened versions of the influenza virus, makes mice more prone to bacterial infections in their nasal passages.
Clinton College’s annual 1894 Society banquet is about accomplishments, with the college honoring its distinguished alumni and staff.
Interactive maps of HIV prevalence in Denver, Colorado are now available for the first time on AIDSVu, the most detailed publicly available maps of HIV prevalence in the United States.
Last week, the city of Jackson, Miss., paid its last respects to Chokwe Lumumba.
At the University of Tulsa, 96 percent of full-time b-school students found jobs three months after graduating in 2013.