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2 hrs ago | Scientific American

How to Make Graphene in Your Kitchen Blender

Originally posted on the Nature news blog Don't try this at home. No really, don't: it almost certainly won't work and you won't be able to use your kitchen blender for food afterwards.


Related Topix: Recipes, Chemistry, Science

Tue Apr 22, 2014

Common Dreams

Government = Protection Racket for the 1 Percent

Our now infamous one percent own more than 35 percent of the nation's wealth. Meanwhile, the bottom 40 percent of the country is in debt.


Related Topix: US News, Liberal Political News

Mon Apr 21, 2014

Athens Banner-Herald

Literary Dublin offers much more than Bloomsday

This March 21 photo shows Davy Byrne's pub in Dublin city, Ireland. The pub was famously mentioned in James Joyces' "Ulysses" when the protagonist of the novel, Leopold Bloom, ate lunch there.


Related Topix: Ireland, World News, Dublin, GA, Travel, Europe Travel, Ireland Travel, Dublin, Ireland Travel, James Joyce, Pop/Rock

Harborough Today

Craft centre now able to offer a recognised qualification for pupils

An arts and craft centre in Harborough has been granted an Arts Award Advisor certification meaning visitors to the centre can now gain qualifications while attending art courses there.


Related Topix: Leicestershire County, England, United Kingdom, Painting, Arts

R & D

New research method produces large volumes of high-quality graphene

Researchers at AMBER, the Science Foundation Ireland funded materials science centre headquartered at Trinity College Dublin, have, for the first time, developed a new method of producing industrial quantities of high quality graphene.


Related Topix: Materials Science, Chemistry

Sun Apr 20, 2014


How to make graphene in a kitchen blender

Don't try this at home. No really, don't: it almost certainly won't work and you won't be able to use your kitchen blender for food afterwards.


Related Topix: Recipes, Chemistry, Science

The Janesville Gazette

Wallace "Wally" G. Brown, Milton, WI

Wallace G. Brown of Milton, WI passed away on Wednesday, April 16th, after a brief but well-fought battle with a glioblastoma brain tumor.


Related Topix: Milton, WI, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Beloit, WI, Beloit College

Sat Apr 19, 2014

St. Petersburg Times

Appeals of college financial aid grants on the rise

The era of the financial aid appeal has arrived in full, and April is the month when much of the action happens.


Related Topix: Standardized Testing, Education

Fri Apr 18, 2014

Faith Missionary Baptist is thriving

Faith Missionary Baptist Church of Gulfport began under a backyard shade tree in 1991 and today the church is thriving with some 260 people attending each week.


Related Topix: Newburgh, IN

Cinema Blend News

Avatar's Stephen Lang Joins Salem's Bewitching Cast

This Sunday, WGN America will put its broom between its legs and fly into the world of original programming with the witchy drama Salem , but that doesn't mean the show has completely filled out its casting or anything.


Related Topix: Avatar, Stephen Lang, Television

The Independent

Was Mary Beard right? And has the Cambridge I knew turned its back on me?

Chloe Hamilton returned to the city of her childhood to find out whether the classics professor was right to despair at the gulf between town and gown Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.


Thu Apr 17, 2014

Southland Times

Pupils get top awards

Southland Trinity College London pupils Dryw McArthur , 15, Ella Rose Jones, 11, and Rosie Dykes , 9, have been given speech and drama awards.


American Reporter

Reporting: PanamaMESSAGE for Today: a Good Man Gunned Down

This, according to the latest edition of the American Religious Identification Survey , conducted by the Program on Public Values at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn.


Related Topix: Vermont, Vermont Government, US News

Laboratory Network .com

Ross University School Of Veterinary Medicine Launches Research...

Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine today announced the launch of four research centers created to support the university's mission to provide students with a research-informed educational experience.


Related Topix: Infectious Diseases, Medicine

Wed Apr 16, 2014

The Atlantic

The Conversation

In March, Caitlin Flanagan explored the bizarre accidents and violent crimes that plague Greek houses: kids falling off roofs, severe hazing, even sexual assault, including one case at Wesleyan University that the author detailed.


Related Topix: The Conversation, Reggae, Student Society, Coeducational Fraternities, Fraternities, Wesleyan University

NBC Connecticut

Hartford Superintendent Candidates Down to Two

This morning at a forum inside Capital Community College, the two finalists poised to take the role of superintendent introduced themselves to community residents and businesses with a vested interest in the future of Hartford Public Schools.


Related Topix: Hartford, CT, George Washington University

The Hartford Courant

Russell Library In Middletown To Host Continuing Education Info Session April 24

Russell Library will host a free session on continuing education options on Thursday, April 24 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Advisers from Trinity College , Middlesex Community College and the University of Hartford will give presentations and answer questions about going to back to school in pursuit of a degree or a new career.


Related Topix: University of Hartford, Old Saybrook, CT

Tue Apr 15, 2014

Lake Cowichan Gazette

Up-and-coming young pianist to appear in Campbell River Singers spring concert

Campbell River Singers annual Spring Concert, "Springtime on the River", will be held at St.Peter's Anglican church on Sunday April 27 at 2 p.m. This year, the Singers will be joined by local musical phenomenon Carter Johnson, a student of Shelley Roberts, as their special guest.


PhysOrg Weblog

Advances made in improving error awareness in older people

Neuroscientists at Trinity College Dublin have found that people in their 70s are on average less aware of mistakes they make than younger people.


Related Topix: Psychology, Science

King Philippe of Belgium's birthday: 10 facts about the royal

King Philippe of Belgium celebrated his 54th birthday on Tuesday 15 April. To honour the occasion, HELLO! Online has gathered a list of ten facts you may not have known about the Belgian King.


Related Topix: Europe, World News, Belgium, 9, Family, Adolescents and Pre-Teens, Stanford University