Innovation Connection, Jan 24
Date: Thursday - January 24, 2013
Time: 3:00 PM
Location: Constitution Room, Memorial Hall
The Innovation Connection
Where opportunity & innovation meet.
The vulnerable ice sheets are warming as fast as anywhere else on Earth, threatening massive sea-level rises
If renewable energy is to succeed, we need to find a better way to store it.
Kids who do worse in school more likely to have manual jobs, smoke and be overweight, study suggests
Swedish researchers believe breastfeeding and the timing of gluten introduction in an infant’s diet are associated with the risk of celiac disease.
IIASA Young Scientists Summer Program 2013
Summer Fellowship in Austria for Doctoral Students in Natural and Social Sciences, Math, Policy and Engineering
No mere passive barrier, the skin is being revealed to be an active part of the immune system. Researchers are now starting to understand its role in driving psoriasis.
Iron supplements may help boost brain development and ward off behavioral problems in babies who are born a bit on the small side, a new study from Sweden suggests.Source: Reuters Health
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