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UGA grad program expands to prepare teachers to work with secondary students with autism

...s out-of-state people. We feel we will be best able to supply Gwinnett, Clarke, and Madison with new teachers when we recruit folks fresh out of their undergrad programs who are not currently teaching anywhere. These are the folks then that we can work with to get into the partner systems." Gast and Deanna ...
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NTU undergrad is first Singapore champion of an internationally acclaimed engineering competition

Nanyang Technological University (NTU) undergraduate Liu Shiyu has the honour of becoming the first student from Singapore to win the top prize in a global competition that pitted engineering students and young professionals from around the world. In the competition organised by the Institution...

Think fast! Rice undergrad unlocks nerve speed secret

In the second it takes you to read these words, tens of thousands of vesicles in your optic nerves are released in sequence, opening tiny surface pores to pass chemical signals to the next cell down the line, telling your brain what you're seeing and your eyes where to move. Thanks to two new studi...

Researchers create mathematical model of fruit fly eyes

...grant. This is precisely what the grant is supposed to do, Hilgenfeldt said. Interdisciplinary work across all the stages of academic life -- from undergrad to faculty. ...
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UC Berkeley Expands Molecular Toxicology Curriculum to Include GeneGo's Platform

...use of its MetaCore/MetaDrug Discovery Platform in their Computational Toxicology course, a required component for Molecular Toxicology majors, and in undergrad honors research programs. The agreement will provide students with chemical structure, network and pathway analysis tools needed to analyze complex om...

Concentrated solar energy project wins Innovation Days prizes

... Madison, Wis. The University of Wisconsin-Madison's undergrad engineering contest was swept this year by a senior who came up with a solar energy collector that concentrates the sun's rays. Angie Franzke's con...

DNASTAR catches second wave of sequencing

...ner wanted to take advantage of the expanding knowledge of DNA. He launched DNASTAR in his basement with the help of an SBIR grant and then UW-Madison undergrad John Schroeder, now the company's vice president of R&D . Blattner was among the first professors on the UW campus to conduct DNA sequencing. Ev...

Indian trade possibilities boggle the mind

...iversities, transportation, and biotechnology, all Illinois strengths and of high interest to India. Illinois universities are highly-prized by Indian undergrad and graduate students and bring in a surprisingly high source of revenue (estimated to be about $1.6 billion per year). Overall, India is the number ...
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