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Obituaries published May 15

With mixed emotions, he left Swansea to ... She went on to earn a degree in Dental Science from Community College of Rhode Island. Susan is survived by her devoted daughter Amy (Suvall) Plante and hus... read more

6 Nassau recording studio to close

The founder of indie label Idée Fixe is packing up his beloved Kensington Market recording studio at the end of the month to open a new spot on Geary Ave. Seven years ago, producer/engineer Jeff ... w... read more

Reaching Milestones

He was an excellent student and clearly a promising one. The panel agreed, and Rodriguez received the scholarship from the University of South Florida’s Latino Scholarship Program and a new mentor che... read more

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Morse is assistant professor of psychiatry and medicine at the School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Rochester ... and leader in American Cardiology, he was also mentor and role model to hun... read more

3DHEALS Influencer Interview: Dr. Pedro Martinez Seijas, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon at Donostia University Hospital

He is a visiting Professor in Biomedical Engineering at Mondragon University (Spain ... His work is focused in personalized medicine for dental implants restoration, head and neck surgical oncologic a... read more

This Philly Transformation Plan Rethinks the Neighborhood School

Replacing a high-rise with 57 quaint, affordable rental units was among the first steps in the dramatic Neighborhood Transformation Plan, which is set to unfold over the next several years. Spearheadi... read more

$4.5 million bequest gift from beloved faculty member to benefit Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

BUFFALO, N.Y. – The late Peter Ayers Nickerson, PhD, a beloved University at Buffalo faculty member who spent nearly 50 years teaching in the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences ... wher... read more

Ex-Iowa State scientist gets prison for faking HIV research

Han said he initially accidentally mixed human blood with rabbit blood making the potential vaccine appear to increase an immune defense against HIV, the virus that can cause AIDS. Han continued to sp... read more

Millennials, Rejoice! Costco Is Selling New Avocados That Stay Ripe Twice as Long

It’s mixed with water and ... Rogers says. He said that the company has plans to soon go into citrus and then asparagus. "They reflect a growing trend in the ability to use techniques from engineering ... read more

Innovative Real Estate Development Projects Tackle L.A.’s Challenges

Ultimately, McElyea sees the Crenshaw project as more than just a mixed-use development ... from a coddled egg served atop potatoes in a jar. And he points out the glass case at Roast to Go, a beloved ... read more

Ormie King: A bunch of legendary Auburn hall of famers

Dick also became the wrestling coach at Auburn High School in 1959, and he helped to direct the team to an undefeated season from 1964 to 1965. Players have stated that he was not only a coach but a r... read more

Solving the Hardest Problems in Health

Photo: Steve Babuljak The inspired who are engineering immune cells to kill cancer UCSF scientist Wendell Lim, PhD, programs cells to fight disease and is ushering in a new era of therapeutics. Right ... read more

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