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5 hrs ago | BioSpace

In Our Digital World, Are Young People Losing The Ability To Read...

In Our Digital World, Are Young People Losing The Ability To Read Emotions? University of California, Los Angeles Study In Our Digital World, Are Young People Losing The Ability To Read Emotions? Children's social skills may be declining as they have less time for face-to-face interaction due to their increased use of digital media, according to a ... (more)


Related Topix: California

9 hrs ago | Reuters

Great Recession's damage to U.S. labor market was typical -paper

The deep recession of 2007-2009 dealt no more permanent damage to the U.S. labor market than other recent downturns, according to a research paper prepared for a central banking conference that disputed the notion it left unusually heavy economic scars.


Thu Aug 21, 2014


Returning students will see some new faces on campus

Erika Lietzan moved to Columbia on June 8 with her husband, Karl, and their two daughters, Sophia, 9, and Effie, 2, along with two cats.


Related Topix: Columbia, MO, Greenwich Village (New York, NY), Duke University, Healthcare Law, Law, University of Pennsylvania

The Economist

Housing in Los Angeles: LA storeys

JOSA< MARROQUIN lives with his mother, wife and four children in a tiny apartment in a rough part of town.


Related Topix: Hollywood (Los Angeles, CA), Los Angeles, CA, California, Home, Mortgage, Personal Finance

Mental Help Net

CRT, ICD Therapies Benefit Heart Failure Patients of All Races

For patients with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction, cardiac resynchronization therapy and implantable cardioverter-defibrillator therapies are associated with clinical benefit, irrespective of patient race/ethnicity, according to a study published in the Aug. 26 issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology .


Asian Correspondent

Thai academic makes apparent death threat over Harvard article

A Thai academic at the University of California, Los Angeles has issued an apparent death threat against the author of an article alleging Harvard University's collaboration with pro-establishment supporters of Thailand's coup.


Related Topix: Harvard University

Wed Aug 20, 2014


From Hairballs to an Understanding of Transendothelial Migration of...

From the Departments of Medicine , Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics, and Human Genetics , University of California, Los Angeles.


Related Topix: Immunology, Biology, Science, Genetics, Medicine

Medical News Today

Patient, tumor characteristics for high-mitotic rate melanoma

A study in Australia examined patient and tumor characteristics for melanomas with higher mitotic rates in an effort to increase earlier detection of this aggressive cancer in patients.


Chemical & Engineering News

Peptide-Drug Conjugate Kills Persistent Bacterial Cells

Pathogenic bacteria rely on a number of tricks to evade antibiotics. Some cells, for example, ramp down their metabolic activity and block the drugs from slipping through their membranes.


Related Topix: Health, E. Coli

Independent Weekly

One of the region's most important cultural troves celebrates its first quarter-century

These aren't the highfaluting papers of academia, even if the aggregated resources have inspired volumes of them during the last quarter-century.


Related Topix: Chapel Hill, NC


Future Phones to Use Blood and Speech to Monitor HIV, Stress, Nutrition

David Erickson, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Cornell University, will receive a $3 million National Science Foundation grant over five years to adapt smart phones for health monitoring.


Related Topix: Life, Nutrition, Food, Cornell University

The Indian Express

New vaccine offers protection against tuberculosis, leprosy

"This is the first study demonstrating that an improved vaccine against tuberculosis also offers cross-protection against Mycobacterium leprae, the causative agent of leprosy," said Marcus A. Horwitz, a professor of medicine and microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics from University of California Los Angeles.


Related Topix: Immunology, Microbiology, Biology, Science, Genetics, Medicine

Tue Aug 19, 2014


In Florida, same-sex marriage would boost state revenues: report

Legalizing same-sex marriage in Florida could add $182 million to state coffers over three years by spurring weddings, sales tax revenues and tourism, according to a study by the University of California, Los Angeles.


Related Topix: Wedding, California, Gay/Lesbian, US News, US Supreme Court


Northern Arizona University named one of 50 most LGBT-friendly colleges

Nonprofit organization Campus Pride has released a list of the 50 most LGBT-friendly higher education institutions in the U.S., and Arizona has one university in the field.

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Related Topix: Arizona, Northern Arizona University, Brown University

National Public Radio

As Kids Head To Campus, Parents Broach The Risk Of Sexual Assault

Rachel Swinehart has commandeered her family's living room in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.


Related Topix: Berkeley, CA, Kalamazoo College

Electronic Engineering Times Asia

Burst-mode camera allows movie shooting at 1 trillion fps

High-speed photography lends itself to a number of scientific revelations by demonstrating the dynamics hidden within short time windows.


Improbable Research

"Q". Just Q. That's the whole title.

This paper qualifies in the competition, if there is one, for Research Paper with the Shortest Title .


Xenia Daily Gazette

Med students named to SNMA board of directors

Two Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine students were named to the board of directors of the Student National Medical Association at the 2014 SNMA Annual Medical Education Conference in Washington, D.C., in April.


Related Topix: Wright State University, Spelman College

CBC News

Mars 2020 rover's RIMFAX radar will 'see' deep underground

An artist's rendering of the SuperCam instrument aboard the next generation Mars rover scheduled to visit the Red Planet in 2020.


Related Topix: Science / Technology, NASA, Geology, Science

Mon Aug 18, 2014

Lexington Herald-Leader

Cheryl Norton: Investment in water systems key for nation's health, prosperity

Water issues have been a frequent topic in the news lately, from large main breaks like the one that affected the University of California-Los Angeles' historic Pauley Pavilion to the algae bloom in Toledo's source water.