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University of Kansas Adds Biotechnology Program in Overland Park

Dec 04, 2014 PM EST The University of Kansas will soon offer a bachelor's degree in applied science in biotechnology at its Edwards Campus in Overland Park, school officials announced.

Late Evenings May Be Linked to Repetitive Negative Thoughts

Dec 04, 2014 AM EST Staying up at night may make it difficult for some people to stop worrying, according to a recent study.

UNC-Chapel Hill Receives $100M to Expand School of Pharmacy

Dec 03, 2014 PM EST The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill received a $100 million commitment to expand the Eshelman School of Pharmacy, officials announced.

Mediterranean Diet May Reduce Aging, Lead to Longer Life

Dec 03, 2014 PM EST Eating a Mediterranean diet could lead to a longer life, according to a recent study.

Georgia Southern University Receives Accreditation For Doctor of Psychology Program

Dec 03, 2014 PM EST Georgia Southern University's Doctor of Psychology (Psy. D) program in Clinical Psychology has been formally accredited by the American Psychological Association's Council on Accreditation, school ...

Wake Up and Breathe Program May Benefit ICU Patients

Dec 03, 2014 PM EST New research suggests that waking intensive care unit (ICU) patients and having them breathe on their own decreased both sedation levels and coma prevalence.

Vitamin E Deficiency Linked to Increased Risk of Miscarriage

Dec 03, 2014 AM EST Women with vitamin E deficiency are more likely to suffer a miscarriage, according to a recent study.

WVU to Launch Training Program for Science, Math Teachers

Dec 02, 2014 PM EST West Virginia University establish a unique teacher-training program for secondary science, technology, engineering and mathematics teachers using a $1.45 million grant they will receive from the ...

Vitamin D Deficiency Linked To Depression

Dec 02, 2014 PM EST New research suggests that a lack of sunlight might impact mental health.

Bill Cosby Resigns as Trustee at Temple University

Dec 02, 2014 PM EST Bill Cosby has resigned as a trustee of his alma mater, Temple University, after being hit with a wave of sexual assault accusations, the Associated Press reported.

New 'Public Scholar' Grant Program Supports Books in the Humanities

Dec 02, 2014 PM EST The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) organization has created a new grant program to support well-researched books in the humanities.

Consumers Willing to Accept Nanotech, Genetic Modification in Foods For Nutrition

Dec 02, 2014 AM EST Consumers will accept the presence of nanotechnology or genetic modification (GM) technology in foods -- but only if the technology enhances the nutrition or improves the safety of the food, according ...

Sleep Apnea May Be Linked to Impaired Exercise Capacity

Dec 02, 2014 AM EST New research suggests that those suffering from moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea may have difficulty exercising.

Falls From Furniture By Children May Be Prevented By Safety Gates, Rules

Dec 02, 2014 AM EST New research suggests that parents of children who fell at home were more likely not to use safety gates and not to have taught their children rules about climbing on things in the kitchen.

TRU Reappoints Alan Shaver To An Additional 3-Year Term

Dec 01, 2014 AM EST Thompson Rivers University has reappointed Dr. Alan Shaver as president and vice-chancellor, school officials announced.

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