House bill echoes last year's Senate effort—which went nowhere
Leadership is one of the most discussed and debated issues of our age. From Tony Blair to Max Weber, Rob Goffee and his co-author, Gareth Jones, provide a unique view of the state of our understanding of leadership.
“Grafitti Writers Return from Exile,” published by the Examiner on January 15, details the creative career of SAIC alumnus Mario ZORE Gonzalez Jr. (CS 1989–94).
The Heritage Foundation posted initial comments on today’s announcement by the DHHS of another revision to the HHS mandate requiring employers – regardless of deeply held religious beliefs – to cover abortion drugs, contraceptives and sterilization.
A website aims to help governments and investors draw up energy policies, and find the best places for wind and solar energy projects.
Crowd-sourced maps and data could aid relief and humanitarian work after natural disasters such as Haiti's 2010 earthquake, says a study.
Bacille Calmette-Guerin (BCG) is an attenuated strain of Mycobacterium bovis that is used widely as a vaccine for tuberculosis and is used as an effective treatment for superficial bladder carcinoma. Despite being the most successful cancer biotherapy, its mechanism of action and response determinants remain obscure.
The hydroxyl radical (OH) plays an important role in middle atmospheric photochemistry, particularly in ozone (O3) chemistry. Because it is mainly produced through photolysis and has a short chemical lifetime, OH is expected to show rapid responses to solar forcing [e.g., the 11-y solar cycle (SC)], resulting in variabilities in...