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Medina Korda’s job is to help educate children in parts of the globe where the odds are often stacked against academic success.
A single genetic defect on the X chromosome that can result in a wide array of conditions — from learning and emotional difficulties to primary ovarian insufficiency in women and tremors in middle-aged men — occurs at a much greater frequency than pr
Two recent events in the United States have brought the issue of same sex marriage back to the top of the news. Firstly, on election day, 6 November, three states legalized same sex marriage and a fourth voted down a ban on same sex marriage.
States or cities that implement sales taxes on unhealthy foods in an effort to promote healthy eating often miss the mark because many consumers are simply unaware of tax differences sold in grocery stores, according to a new study published in the A
Professors Iris Anderson and Mark Brush of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science are part of a team that has received one of six “Project of the Year” awards from the U.S.
George L. Simpson Jr., who played a key role in the creation and early development of Research Triangle Park before becoming chancellor of the University System of Georgia, died Thursday after a lengthy illness.
Increasing sales taxes on sugary foods to promote healthier food choices among grocery store shoppers is unlikely to be effective because many consumers are unaware of the tax differences on food items sold in grocery stores, according to a new study
One of the key pioneers of Research Triangle Park, George L. Simpson Jr. of Raleigh, passed away on Dec. 13 following a lengthy illness.
Some people live in the past, but Mike Kaelin is preoccupied with the year 2017. That’s because the CFO of RTI International tries to evaluate the company’s finance systems from the perspective of five years from now.