Wednesday, July 23, 2014 Tammuz 25, 5774
Penn physics professor to be honored at White House
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
A once-in-a-lifetime honor has come to pre-eminent scientist and researcher Professor Emeritus Fay Ajzenberg-Selove, a University of Pennsylvania physicist, who will receive the 2007 National Medal of Science from President Bush at the White House next week. The award is in recognition of Ajzenberg-Selove's principal work: understanding light nuclei, the elements of stars. It is considered a global reference for...
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Using new "lab-on-a-chip" technology, James Landers, a University of Virginia professor of chemistry and mechanical engineering, and associate professor of pathology, hopes to create a handheld device that may eventually allow physicians, crime scene investigators, pharmacists, even the general public to quickly and inexpensively conduct DNA tests from almost anywhere, without the need for a complex and expensive central laboratory...
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History can repeat itself -- even when it's at home
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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
When a first marriage ends and a new love is on the horizon, it may be the perfect time to begin a new, even a better second marriage, right? Not always. Just because you're divorced and about to marry again, don't think you might be able to avoid the same problems that drove you to divorce the first time around...
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
In its role of caring for and counseling newly diagnosed cancer patients -- as well as the afflicted no longer in remission and caregivers of cancer patients -- the Wellness Community of Philadelphia has been recognized for its outreach and assistance. As part of its ongoing mission to spread awareness about cancer-related programs and services, TWCP held its 10th annual...
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
The Sept. 11 attacks were overwhelmingly tragic events in this country's recent history; and yet the U.S. military action that followed two years later has brought misery, either directly or indirectly, to people elsewhere in the world, most notably to the already downtrodden, forgotten and desperately poor women -- particularly widows -- of Afghanistan. Their plight, which has mostly gone...
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