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Economic Development Project Gateway Park Named 2007 Phoenix Award? Winner (PRWeb)
?Gateway? created to unite life science industry and drive economic development earns prestigious national award. Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Worcester Business Development Corporation share the honor. (PRWeb Nov 26, 2007) Post Comment:Trackback URL: http://www.prweb.com/pingpr.php/SG9yci1DcmFzLUxvdmUtSG9yci1UaGlyLVplcm8=
Public stem-cell workshops launched (Channel 4)
A series of Government-sponsored workshops has been launched aimed at engaging the public more closely with stem-cell science. The �300,000 sciencewise project is to run for a year and will include five focus group meetings around the UK.
Expansion project at Litton Agri-Science Learning Center nears completion (Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune)
The final phase of a expansion project at the Litton Agri-Science Learning Center is nearing completion.
Reaching for the Sky: A California Project to Clone Redwoods (New York Times)
Scientists are hoping to create more forests in California and other parts of the world.
Economic Development Project Gateway Park Named 2007 Phoenix Award? Winner (PRWeb via Yahoo! News)
?Gateway? created to unite life science industry and drive economic development earns prestigious national award. Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Worcester Business Development Corporation share the honor.
China publishes first moon picture from lunar probe project (Eastday.com)
China published the first picture of the moon captured by Chang'e-1 this morning, marking the success of the country's first lunar probe project. The framed black-and-white photo was unveiled by Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao at the Beijing Aerospace Control Center.
Leonardo project moves forward, but more funds needed (Deseret Morning News)
It's been a long time since The Leonardo has been discussed at a Salt Lake City Council meeting without the project's funding woes dominating the conversation.
Rainn Wilson and Chris Hardwick goof off on "Wired Science" (Addict 3D)
WIRED SCIENCE, the joint Wired Mag / PBS project, has wrapped up production for a bit -- but the show's still airing Wednesdays at 8pm through December 26.
University City Science Center Welcomes IDISUS (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
PHILADELPHIA----The University City Science Center , today announced that Innovation Development International Services , a Paris-based organization that assists small- and medium-sized enterprises in the biotech, healthcare and information technology markets in their overseas expansion efforts, has established its U.S. operations at the Science Center.
BU in Mongolia project completes testing phase (Baylor Lariat)
Baylor experts have recently completed phase one of the "Baylor in Mongolia Project." Researchers in the biology department are actively addressing environmental contamination in Mongolia due to toxic chemicals in the water.