Wednesday August 16th, 2017 07:34 Peabody, Gillette College team up on program

The Associated Press The Associated Press GILLETTE, Wyo. Dozens of students are taking courses Gillette College to learn to be electricians at coal mines in northeast Wyoming. The course is free and the students are already on the payroll of Peabody Energy Corp. They are in a special program under which they can earn accelerated associate of applied science degrees and agree to work for the …

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    Tuesday August 15th, 2017 19:31 Invisible Sentinel Establishes Pilot Manufacturing Facility at the University City Science Center in Preparation for …

    PHILADELPHIA — Invisible Sentinel Inc., a life sciences company that develops rapid diagnostics for the detection of foodborne pathogens, has established a pilot manufacturing program at the University …

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      Tuesday August 15th, 2017 07:28 Chemistry experiments 2

      The second instalment of various chemistry experiments preformed by me and other chemists.

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        Monday August 14th, 2017 19:24 Grants Expanding Opportunities for Women in Science

        Science is not the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Clare Booth Luce (1903 – 1987). So I was surprised by the news that the extraordinary playwright, journalist and one-time U.S. Congresswoman left a bequest as part of her estate to support women pursuing careers in science, mathematics and engineering.This Fall, Fairfield University announces, the school will welcome a promising …

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          Monday August 14th, 2017 07:16 NBC Channel 12 News in Arizona Interviews Cannabis Science’s Dr. Melamede; Answering Questions and Discussing the New …

          Cannabis Science, Inc. (OTCBB:CBIS) a pioneering U.S. biotech company developing pharmaceutical cannabis (marijuana) products, is pleased to announce that Dr. Melamede was featured on NBC Channel 12 News in Arizona yesterday, March 29th, answering medical questions and discussing the new documentary “Chronic Future – Killing Cancer”, which will premier on April 5th, 2012, at the Harkins Theater …

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            Sunday August 13th, 2017 19:15 A simple chemistry experiment

            This is when you add sugar and lots of other chemicals OOO AHH DONT TRY THIS AT HOME

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              Sunday August 13th, 2017 07:12 Telling science stories…wait, what’s a "story"?

              Yikes! I have a blog again! The infamous Pepsigate happened about a year ago. [More]

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                Saturday August 12th, 2017 19:09 Pocket Science – when enslaved bacteria go bad, gut microbes and fat mice, and stretchy beards of iron | Not Exactly …

                Injuries unleash fragments of domesticated bacteria that set of false alarms in our immune systems. Some communities of gut microbes can lead to overeating and metabolic syndrome. And mussels anchor themselves to rocks with iron-clad stretchy beards. Oh, and dinosaurs… yawn.

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                  Saturday August 12th, 2017 07:06 noolhar.com

                  New Scientific Breakthrough Can Accelerate Weight Loss in Just 90 Days With New Great Tasting Shake! Thousands of Already Lost Weight! Free Samples! See My Free Video.

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                    Friday August 11th, 2017 19:03 Science gets under my skin [We Beasties]

                    In my first year of graduate school, Professor Sam Behar was giving us a lecture about phagocytes, a group of cells that includes macrophages, neutrophils, and a number of other immune cells that tend to gobble things up. These cells are all over the place, and some can stay in the same place for many years. “How long?” he asked, and then clicked to a slide that had a picture of my back. To be …

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