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alpha-En Corporation Signs Research Agreement With Princeton University

Silicon Mechanics Announces 5th Annual Research Cluster Grant
(Supercomputing, booth 373) - Silicon Mechanics, a leading provider of servers, storage and high-performance computing solutions to the world's most innovative organizations, today at Supercomputing 2015 announced the opening of its 5th Annual Research Cluster Grant (RCG) program. Two institutions will be selected, and both will be awarded a complete high-performance computing (HPC) cluster

20 Medical Schools Join With AMA to Expand Work to Create the Medical School of the Future
CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwired - November 04, 2015) -

Colleen Kelly, Equal Justice Works Fellow From 3M and Fish & Richardson, to Receive 2015 Veterans' Voices "On the Rise" Award
Colleen Kelly, an Equal Justice Works Fellow sponsored by 3M and Fish & Richardson, has been selected to receive a 2015 Veterans' Voices "On the Rise" Award, which recognizes and honors Minnesotans who have honorably served in the U.S. Armed Forces and are making extraordinary contributions to their communities

PRSA-NY Announces 2015 Big Apple Award Winners
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - June 05, 2015) - The New York Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA-NY) held its 28th annual Big Apple Awards Gala last week at the Mandarin Oriental New York, awarding 81 finalists with top honors for a broad range of 2014 PR campaigns

Silicon Mechanics Announces Recipients of 4th Annual Research Cluster Grant
Silicon Mechanics, a leading provider of servers, storage and high performance computing solutions to the world's most innovative organizations, today announced the recipients of its fourth annual Research Cluster Grant (RCG): Dordt College, of Sioux Center, Iowa and The City College of New York (CCNY)

11 Projects Win Second Round of $1M Challenge to Hack Journalism Education
Eleven projects from 13 U.S. universities each won a $35,000 micro-grant to seed collaborative news experiments in living labs -- their communities, the Online News Association (ONA) announced today.

Stanley Tomchin Learned to Master Bridge From Al Roth
The world-famous bridge master Alvin Leon Roth would have turned 100 this year. He left behind a legacy in a form of the renowned "Roth-Stone system," a bridge playing method that is still used in bridge tournaments around the world today, such as five-card majors, a one-no-trump response to a one-heart or one-spade opening that is forcing for one round, and negative doubles

PRSA-NY Announces 2014 Board of Directors
The Public Relations Society of America New York Chapter (PRSA-NY), the professional organization representing nearly 800 New York-based PR and communications professionals, has announced its 2014 Board of Directors and chapter leadership.

Hercules and The Heavy Sound Prep Present DJ Classes at The City College of New York
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - November 04, 2013) - Hercules, a worldwide leader in portable DJ mixers and computers, has teamed up with The Heavy Sound Prep, a premier music/lifestyle brand, to host DJ classes at The City College of New York during the fall semester. The course runs from Oct. 15 - Dec. 1 and utilizes two of Hercules' DJ controllers, the DJ Control AIR+ and the DJConsole RMX 2.

LanzaTech Awarded $4 Million Grant From ARPA-E to Transform Waste Methane Resources Into Low Carbon Fuels and Chemicals
LanzaTech, a producer of low-carbon fuels and chemicals from waste gases, today announced that it has been awarded a $4 million grant by the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)

Corporate Social Responsibility Weekly Recap (April 24, 2013 – May 1, 2013)
The following releases focus on Corporate Social Responsibility and moved during the week of April 24, 2013 – May 1, 2013.

Naked mole rat may hold key to longer and healthier life for humans
A collaborative of researchers in Israel and the United States is working to uncover the secret to the n*ked mole rats' long - and active - lifespan.

Tense scenes in movies trigger brain activity
Findings of a research could lead to new ways for producers of films, television programs and commercials to predict what kinds of scenes their audiences will respond to.

Why diabetics face greater risk of developing Alzheimer's
It has been understood that people with diabetes face an ominous prospect - a far greater risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.

Potent 'super aspirin' effective against 11 different forms of cancer
Scientists have developed a potent "super aspirin" that can cause cancer cells to self-destruct.

Cascade Technologies Appoints Dr. Jerome Swartz to Lead Its Advisory Board; Highly Accomplished Technology Executive Brings Four Decades of Successful Industry Experience
Cascade Technologies Corp. (OTCBB: CSDT) and its wholly owned subsidiary, Spectral Molecular Imaging, Inc. ("SMI"), today announced the appointment of Jerome Swartz, Ph.D. to lead its four-member Advisory Board.

Sponsorship Opportunities Available for Advanced Energy 2012 Conference
For the last five years, Advanced Energy has firmly established its position as one of the nation's foremost conferences on the future of energy. This year's conference, Advanced Energy 2012, will take place on October 30 - 31, 2012 in New York City with a new, expanded format that combines energy conferences from across New York State for an unprecedented opportunity to learn, share and network

Judicial Watch Announces Washington's "Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians" for 2011
Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, today released its 2011 list of Washington's "Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians." The list, in alphabetical order, includes: Rep. Spencer Bachus (R-AL); Former Senator John Ensign (R-NV); Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-FL); Attorney General Eric Holder; Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr

Exorbitant Costs Spur Launch of National 'Textbook Rebellion', a national campaign to promote alternatives to sky-high priced college textbooks, launched today with a website and tools for individuals and groups to get involved and organize local rebellions on their campuses.

Extreme melting on Greenland ice sheet can occur without record heat
The Greenland ice sheet can experience extreme melting even when temperatures don't hit record highs, a US researcher says.

New model to map light may revolutionize telecommunications
Physicists with the Institute of Ultrafast Spectroscopy and Lasers (IUSL) at The City College of New York have presented a new way to map spiralling light that could help harness untapped data channels in optical fibres.

Greenland ice sheet melted at record rates in 2010
A new study shows that Greenland Ice Sheet set new records for melting in 2010 - the 'exceptional' season stretched up to 50 days longer than average.

Fruit flies shed light on parallels between cancer development, infection
A new study from The City College of New York has successfully drawn parallels between infection and the way blood cancer develops, specifically in fruit flies.

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