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Carol Horowitz of East Lansing Installed as President of Michigan State Medical Society Alliance

... Performing Arts on the Michigan State University (MSU) campus. She also serves on the executive committee of the Michigan Members of the Stratford shakespeare Festival. Carol is treasurer of the Lester J. Morris Jewish Student Center at MSU and served on the board of her synagogue for 10 years as financial ...

Goldie Hawn and Youth from Across the Country to Join SAMHSA in a Celebration of Children's Mental Health

... WHERE: Sidney Harman Hall, Harman Center for the Arts - Washington DC shakespeare Theatre 610 F Street NW Metro: Gallery Place / Chinatown (Red/Ye...ree and will be available to the public beginning April 6 by contacting the shakespeare Theatre box office at (202) 547-1122. HEAR ME NOW is one of numerous A...

Kresge Foundation Meets Economic Downturn Head on, Awarding a Record $63.6 Million in Grants in Fourth Quarter 2008

...ies Baltimore $375,000 MASSACHUSETTS Second Nature Boston $1,242,000 shakespeare & Company Lenox $800,000 MICHIGAN Arab Community Center (ACCESS) Dearborn $50...

The Case for Trial Lawyers

...tly improved, thanks to civil lawsuits. Unfortunately, however, today's legal and political climate is edging us closer towards the anarchy to which shakespeare cleverly alluded. In March the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the makers of medical devices who have received FDA approval are protected from lawsuits,...

World Blood Donor Day

... 'How far that little candle throws his beams! So shines a good deed in a weary world' ~William shakespeare 14th of June is celebrated universally as the 'World Blood Donor Day' . It falls on the birthday of Karl LandSteiner, the Nobel Prize winner,...

Vice President Urges Dental Institutes to Adopt Some Villages

...e to the humanity. They are great pain-healers. Of all the pains in life, the suffering of pain in the tooth is perhaps the most unbearable. He quoted shakespeare who had said, “There was never yet philosopher that could endure the toothache patiently”. When a dentist with his soothing touch calms down this pain...

Men are from Mars and Women from Venus, but why on Earth are Women so Woefully Wronged?

... 'Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale her infinite variety', wrote the famous Dramatist and Poet, William shakespeare in his magnum opus 'Antony and Cleopatra' // A woman is quite an enigma and undoubtedly, there is more to her than what meets the eye. Popularly ...

Scientists suggest a new ‘brain wave’ for sound sleep and improved memoy

...ing significant deep stage of sleep ,memory loss can be limited for those who suffer from it. Sleep that unravels the raveled sleeve of care as shakespeare noted long ago seems to be the only way to beat a fevered brain. So to run down memory lane you need a shock and sound snooze!

Do not regret growing older, It is a privilege denied to many

... Remember your high school poetry “All the world is like a stage “, written by William shakespeare where he narrates the different stages of life? Good to read, nice to listen but a little difficult to accept when it comes//to reality. Although...
Shakespeare in Biological News

Reading Shakespeare has dramatic effect on human brain

Research at the University of Liverpool has found that Shakespearean language excites positive brain activity, adding further drama to the bard's plays and poetry. Shakespeare uses a linguistic technique known as functional shift that involves, for example using a noun to serve as a verb. Resear...

Trio of signals converge to induce liver and pancreas cell development in the embryo

...gnals that govern development of these specific cell types. The complexity of this system is somewhat like our 26-letter alphabet being able to encode shakespeare or a menu at a restaurant." Many investigators are now trying to broadly reprogram cells into desired cell fates for potential therapeutic uses. "B...

Shape changes in aroma-producing molecules determine the fragrances we detect

... NEW YORK, December 22, 2008 - shakespeare wrote "a rose by any other name would smell as sweet." But would it if the molecules that generate its fragrance were to change their shape? That's...

Study of marine snail leads to new insights into long-term memory

...ons for people with memory-related disorders and reducing age-related memory loss. "As far as I can tell, the main reason why snails don't learn shakespeare and do algebra is they just don't have the computational power, because they have only 20,000 neurons," Glanzman said. "However, in terms of learning,...
Shakespeare in Biological Technology

New Video Streaming Site Created by Ambrose Video Publishing

...ction includes The BBC Complete Dramatic Works of shakespeare with acts chaptered for easy access. The individual BBC shakespeare plays have never before been available to the stre...Claire Bloom and more. In addition to the BBC shakespeare titles, hundreds of programs and short self-contai...

BioEnergy International, LLC Announces Norman R. Augustine to Join Advisory Board

...d is a five time recipient of the Department of Defense's Civilian Distinguished Service Medal. Mr. Augustine co-authored The Defense Revolution and shakespeare In Charge and is the author of Augustine's Laws and Augustine's Travels. He was selected by Who's Who in America and the Library of Congress as one of...

Net neutrality: To control or not control, that is the question

... the House, has weighed in that something needs to be done. The multi-billion dollar question is: What should (or shouldn't) be done? Or, to embellish shakespeare a bit, To control or not control, that is the question. When policymakers gather in committee to address net neutrality, they will certainly be b...
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