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The Secretary of State for Scotland gained an insight into Strathclyde’s pioneering research and teaching in low carbon technologies, power and energy during a recent visit to the University.
PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State University's College of Arts and Sciences will establish an endowment to fund The Sam Reed Distinguished Professorship in Civic Education and Public Civility in honor of Reed's distinguished record of public service. He will retire from public office as Washington's 14th secretary of state in ...
Dr. Larry Robinson, NOAA’s assistant secretary of commerce for conservation and management, and deputy administrator, announced today that he plans to step down effective Nov, 18, returning to academia to resume his work in academic administration and train the next generation of environmental scientists and leaders.
The International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) made significant progress on key U.S. priorities to improve science, management of fish stocks and their ecosystems, monitoring of fishing activities, and compliance with commission decisions at the recently completed annual meeting in Turkey.
Scientists researching harmful algal bloom 'hot spots' off southern and central California have been awarded $821,673 for the first year of an anticipated 5-year $4,076,929 project to investigate methods that could provide early warning detection of the toxic blooms, also known as red tides.
On Jan. 5, Dr. Jane Lubchenco announced that she has chosen Eric Schwaab, assistant administrator for NOAA Fisheries, to serve as NOAA’s acting assistant secretary of commerce for conservation and management.
On October 3, the Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) announced that the agency has filed the Record of Decision regarding a 2008 federal oil and natural gas lease sale in Alaska’s Chukchi Sea. 
Release Time:  For Immediate Release President Obama will host Prime Minister Beji Caid Essebsi of Tunisia at the White House on Friday, October 7. During his m
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