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Article ID: 11510

Distance Learning HR Course Spans Continents

Cornell University

In a truly global course at Cornell, students from four continents and corporate managers from 10 international companies linked via teleconferencing are working together on teams to solve key international human resource problems.

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Article ID: 11509

Kansas Lawmakers Consider Controlling over-the-counter Drug Sales

University of Kansas

Kansas lawmakers are currently examining a proposal that could make Kansas the only state in the country where consumers could not buy more than two packages of over-the-counter cold and flu medicines at a time. Experts with the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy are available to discuss this issue.

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Article ID: 11507

Specific Oral Bacteria Likely to Increase Risk of Heart Attack

University at Buffalo

Oral biologists from the University at Buffalo, among the first researchers to report a relationship between gum disease and risk of heart attack, now have identified the specific types of bacteria that are most damaging to the cardiovascular system.

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Article ID: 11506

International Symposium on Biology of Aging Set for Fall

University of Kansas

Plan to attend an international symposium on the recent advances in research into the molecular biology of aging co-sponsored by the University of Kansas. The "New Biology of Aging" symposium will bring together nationally and internationally known researchers at Kansas City, Mo.

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Article ID: 11499

Bacteria from Gum Infections Associated with Diabetes, Chronic Lung Disease

University at Buffalo

Diabetes and chronic lung disease can be added to the growing list of systemic diseases and conditions associated with bacteria from infected gums, new studies from the University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine have shown.

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Article ID: 11497

Link Between Gum Disease and High Alcohol Consumption, Low Dietary Antioxidants

University at Buffalo

Oral biologists from the University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine have shown for the first time that heavy alcohol consumption or a diet low in antioxidant vitamins can increase the risk of developing gum disease.

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Article ID: 11505

Fire-Fighting Robots From Around the World To Compete

Trinity College

Individuals planning to visit Trinity College on Sunday, April 18 will each be seeking to win the top prize for the best fire-fighting robot.

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Article ID: 11503

Sled Dogs Carry Astrobiology to Dizzy Heights

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

NASA/Marshall's "Life on the Edge" program began in earnest last month when a dog sled team delivered 50 lb. of yeast and other microbes to a 13,000 ft summit in California's White Mountains.

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Article ID: 11496

New Robotic Pallet Is Whiz at Navigation

University of Michigan

Innovative new robot developed by Mobile Robotics Lab at the University of Michigan navigates the same way. Rather than using sensors to detect signposts along its path or following a wire in the floor, OmniMate uses very precise odometers on four of its 12 wheels to figure distance and direction.

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Article ID: 11492

Honoring the Dead

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

As we prepare to celebrate the luck of the Irish, a University of Arkansas artist will choose instead to celebrate those who weren't so lucky. Myron Brody has been commissioned to create a memorial for those who died in the Northern Ireland "Troubles."

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