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Why Will Prince's Autopsy (and Others) Take Weeks to Complete?

The College of American Pathologists details the process of an autopsy that includes toxicology tests

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Coping with the Death of Prince, Icons

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Pioneer and Independent - Prince Defied Culture, Gender and Race

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Prince Will Be Remembered as One of Most Significant Artists in American Popular Music History

Prince was one of the most important artists in American popular music during the last two decades of the twentieth century.

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Prince’s Influence on Music on Par with Duke Ellington, Miles Davis

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Prince Was One of the Most Significant Artists in American Pop Culture

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MTSU Professor Discusses Legacy of Country Music Icon #Merlehaggard, Died Today at 79

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Remembering Late UW-Madison Zoology Professor Jack P. Hailman

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Jack P. Hailman, professor emeritus of zoology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and well-known experimentalist and animal behaviorist, died at home on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016. He was 79. Hailman’s UW-Madison career spanned 30 years, over which time he mentored and supported numerous colleagues, undergraduates and graduate students; edited the top journals in his field; and weaved together scientific disciplines that in his era were sometimes at odds.

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Former First Lady Nancy Reagan said NO to drugs but YES to stem cell research. Where are we now? @sbpdiscovery researcher explains

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Expert Available to Provide Analysis on Life of Famed Author Harper Lee

With the death “To Kill a Mockingbird” author Harper Lee, Florida State University English Professor Diane Roberts is available to provide context and analysis on Lee’s career and its impact on the literary world.

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Renowned Biochemist, Marcia I. Dawson, Has Died

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Marcia I. Dawson, whose pioneering research helped lay the groundwork for pro-apoptotic (programmed cell death) small molecules for the treatment of cancer, died recently at her home in Menlo Park, California.

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Notre Dame Faculty Mourn the Loss of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia

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Three faculty members at the University of Notre Dame Law School who have clerked for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who died Feb. 13 at the age of 79, say he will be missed.

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Research news in high energy physics, materials science, environment, biology, nuclear physics and fusion, basic energy, supercomputing, and more.

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John Light, Pioneer in Theoretical Chemical Dynamics, 1934-2016

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John Light, one of the first scientists to describe the dynamics of chemical reactions on a molecular scale, died Monday, Jan. 18, 2016, in a Denver hospital following a severe illness. He was 81.

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ADHA Mourns Loss of Dental Hygiene Educator and Researcher Margaret M. Walsh, RDH, EdD

ADHA is saddened to announce the death of dental hygiene educator and researcher Margaret M. Walsh, RDH, EdD. Walsh was a valued ADHA member and was a passionate advocate for dental hygiene education.