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Toni Collette is Pregnant

Australian actress Toni Collette is expecting her first child with husband Dave Galafassi . The Academy-award nominee confirmed the news, and said that she and her hubby are 'over the moon'. "Yes I am. We're very happy. We are completely over the moon," News.com.au quoted the actres...

Deafness Research Foundation 50th Anniversary Celebration

...America, and over 115 Members of Congress. Ms. DePaiva will also be performing a number of songs at the event. DRF is proud to be honoring: -- collette Ramsey Baker, Founder of the Deafness Research Foundation; -- Lucille B. Beck, PhD, National Director, Audiology & Speech Pathology and Chief Consul...

Study Shows Domestic Violence Would Directly Affect The Work Output

...ained that they conducted their survey on employees of insurance company, a transportation company and an educational institution. Carol Reeves, collette Arens Bates and Anne O'Leary-Kelly of the University of Arkansas, who conducted the study said, “In many cases, getting the attention and involvement ...
Collette in Biological News

FISH-BOL: NOAA researchers help build a global reference library of DNA barcodes

...ganize knowledge about all life forms on earth. collette and colleagues at NSL, part of NOAAs Northeast Fis... every description. With decades of experience, collette is among a small number of taxonomists who conduct...e past 300 years or so, we still find new species, collette says. And despite advances in technology, we still...

Researchers track down cause of a disfiguring bone disorder

... have clinical relevance in addition to addressing a fundamental problem in genomics." Working with Loots on the study were Jessie Chang and Nicole collette of Lawrence Livermore, Dmitriy Ovcharenko and Ingrid Plajzer-Frick of Lawrence Berkeley, Eddy Rubin of Lawrence Berkeley and the DOE Joint Genome Inst...
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