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The Psychology of Celebrity Worship

... was to launch a major concert tour, riveted the world. And hours earlier, the news that Farrah Fawcett, the 1970s sex symbol, had died of anal cancer captivated Americans who remembered her first for her role in TV's "Charlie's Angels" and later as a courageous woman sharing the intimate details of her battle ...

Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital's Use It or Lose It High School Seat Belt Challenge Brings Out the Creativity in Cuyahoga County Teens

... School, with "Die'n in the Ride." Although they had starkly different musical styles, both young artists demonstrated outstanding stage presence and captivated the audience with their compelling entries. The winning entrants in each category won $500 for themselves and $250 for their schools. The winnin...

How to Be Prepared for, but Not Paralyzed by Fear of, the Swine Flu Epidemic

...to be informed, prepared, and then let go of fearful thoughts and be present in this moment." People are obsessing over the swine flu breakout. captivated by the media's frightening images, they speculate with their friends and colleagues over potential hellish scenarios, and then worse, rehash them in t...

Escalon(R) Medical Corp. Completes $1.1 Million Private Equity Financing

...arrett & Company of Providence Rhode Island, acted as placement agent on behalf of the Company in the private placement. "As the world is captivated by the magnitude of the unfolding economic crisis, which led to a dramatic increase in the cost of capital; we thought it prudent to secure private eq...

The Walt Disney Company Is Presenting Miley Cyrus, Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato in a Special Concert to Benefit City of Hope on September 14

... marrow transplantation and genetics. For more information, visit http://www.cityofhope.org . About Miley Cyrus The multitalented Miley Cyrus has captivated kids and families on Disney Channel's smash hit comedy series "Hannah Montana," the hugely popular TV series for kids age 6-14. Her triple platinum Ha...

'Sharing Miracles' Television Program to Feature Olympic Legends Mark Spitz and Bruce Jenner

...at this could happen to me -- after all, I've worked out my whole life. But this can happen to anyone." Another Olympic Hall of Famer, Bruce Jenner, captivated the world when he broke the world record by scoring 8,634 points in the decathlon at the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal, earning him the title of "Wor...

Healthy Interactions and Merck Announce Further Collaboration to Transform Diabetes Education in the U.S.

... from its inventive approach. People living with diabetes are exposed to a lively, dynamic conversation where small groups of engaged participants are captivated by a thought provoking visual and real-world dialogue between patients and between patients and diabetes educators. The Conversation Map Program taps ...

Stanford Professor Barry M. Trost Visits WuXi PharmaTech and Gives Two Seminars

...he WuXi scientists two lectures titled "New Synthetic Strategies to Bioactive Products" and "On Inventing Reactions for Atom Economy." Professor Trost captivated the audience from beginning to end during the lectures and answered questions from the packed crowd. "This is my first time to give a lecture to a p...

Whale music captivates NJIT Professor David Rothenberg for new book, CD

... Whale sounds from thump to song have long struck a chord with NJIT humanities professor, writer and musician David Rothenberg. The rhythms so captivated the intrepid clarinetist that he spent much of last year playing interspecies duets with these melodic mammals. The results have been captured live o...

Swami Ramdev to Hold Yoga Camps in U.S.

... Yoga guru Ramdev who captivated millions in India by teaching yoga and pranayama is to set foot in U.S. by organizing yoga camps in New York and Chicago. He will be// taking his uniq...
captivated in Biological News

Scientists find that squid beak is both hard and soft, a material that engineers want to copy

...if.) How did nature make the squids beak super hard and sharp allowing it, without harm to its soft body to capture its prey? The question has captivated those interested in creating new materials that mimic biological materials. The results are published in this weeks issue of the journal Science. ...

Lennart Nilsson Award 2007

... Lennart Nilsson. In selecting Felice Frankel, the board of the Lennart Nilsson Foundation stated: Those viewing Ms. Frankels images are initially captivated by their form and colour. No sooner is their curiosity aroused than they want to know what the photograph depicts. She has thus fulfilled a scientific...

LSU professor studies army-ant-following birds

...led leaves suspended in vine tangles, Brumfield said. But as he walked endless jungle trails each day in search of these dead-leafing birds, he became captivated by another novel approach some applied to hunting for food: army-ant following. With this type of specialization, flocks of birds track army-ant swa...

Researchers feed tiny pills of RNA to planarians to identify genes essential for regeneration

...roscopic pills of RNA to quarter-inch long worms called planarians-have identified many genes essential to understanding a biological mystery that has captivated scientists for hundreds of years: regeneration. In pinpointing the genes, the U School of Medicine researchers have established the planarian as a ...
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Start-ups "down under" not captivated by Web 2.0

I returned last week from a 15-day tour of some of Australia and New Zealands hottest IT start-ups. I specifically describe these as IT companies because unlike in the States, where the Web 2.0 movement has spawned hundreds of new companies, the Australasia marketplace hasnt been captivated by th...

The Blog Nation

...t that having a blog enables me to publish more often, but rather than I can publish in the moment. I can post when I am most engaged with a new idea, captivated by some insight or issue. Is the frequency daily, hourly, monthly? It doesn't matter so much when, but at what point - the point of inspiration. M...

Java's undeniable impact on the Web

...r DEMO, we're very glad that Java is a part of our proud history. Recent articles by Chris Shipley Chris Shipley: Start-ups "down under" not captivated by Web 2.0 Chris Shipley: Am I spoiled if I expect well-designed mobile devices? Chris Shipley: More women needed in interface design ...

Basking (briefly) in the DEMOfall 2006 glow

...tage demonstrations right here at the DEMO Video Archives page. Recent articles by Chris Shipley Chris Shipley: Start-ups "down under" not captivated by Web 2.0 Chris Shipley: Am I spoiled if I expect well-designed mobile devices? Chris Shipley: More women needed in interface design ...

Treo 700w solves my smart phone woes

...o want a smart phone to be a phone first, and a Pocket PC second. Recent articles by Chris Shipley Chris Shipley: Start-ups "down under" not captivated by Web 2.0 Chris Shipley: Am I spoiled if I expect well-designed mobile devices? Chris Shipley: More women needed in interface design ...

What makes Silicon Valley so different?

...eshing. Recent articles by Chris Shipley Chris Shipley: Treo 700w solves my smart phone woes Chris Shipley: Start-ups "down under" not captivated by Web 2.0 Chris Shipley: Am I spoiled if I expect well-designed mobile devices? Chris Shipley: More women needed in interface design ...
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