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Article ID: 19244

More Solar Eruptions on June 7, 2000

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Following close on the heels of yesterday's two X-class solar flares, a third powerful X-class flare erupted on June 7 at approximately 1545 UT.

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Solar Storm Warning

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

An interplanetary shock wave from a solar coronal mass ejection is expected to pass our planet on Thurs., June 8, possibly triggering aurora at middle-latitudes.

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Underrepresentation of Women and Minorities in IT

National Science Foundation (NSF)

A pair of reports summarizing recent "virtual workshops" that sought causes of and potential solutions to the underrepresentation of women and minorities in information technology has been released by NSF.

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One out of Four Americans Has Musculoskeletal Condition

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS)

Musculoskeletal injuries and disorders in the U.S. population have reached epidemic proportions, costing $254 billion annually, and affecting one out of every four people, according to a report released at the U.S. launch of the Bone and Joint Decade.

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"Trojan Horse" May Offer Prostate Cancer Treatment

Population Council

There may be a safe, effective, non-invasive gene therapy to treat early prostate cancer, reports a Population Council scientist who described the research results in Cancer Research (4-15-00).

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Web Site Helps Teachers Use Landsat Images

Ohio State University

A Web-based teaching aid to help deliver satellite images of Earth to classrooms around the country has been designed by an Ohio State University engineer.

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Article ID: 19237

UIC: Web Site on Physical Activity and Disability

University of Illinois at Chicago

The University of Illinois at Chicago's National Center on Physical Activity and Disability launched a free Web site on how to combine physical activity with every type of disability: http://www.ncpad.org.

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UI and Family Medicine Clinic in Moscow

University of Iowa

A key role in the development of a first-of-its-kind, American-style family medicine clinic in Moscow, a clinic that will serve as a model for transforming health care delivery in Russia, will be played by the University of Iowa.

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Workshop on Tobacco-Related Health Issues

University of Iowa (Main Campus)

Scholars and health professionals from around the world will meet at the University of Iowa June 11-16 to discuss a variety of issues related to tobacco consumption, including marketing to youth, state control of tobacco, tobacco-related oral disease, and methods of intervention to help smokers quit.

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Robert E. Rubin: Investiture at Tuck School of Business

Dartmouth College, Tuck School of Business

The Tuck School of Business is pleased to announce that Robert E. Rubin will address the centennial class of 2000 at their investiture ceremony on June 10. Mr. Rubin will also be awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree by Dartmouth President James Wright.

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