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Statement on proposed contribution from Sweden by UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake

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NEW YORK, 31 August 2016 – “We at UNICEF could not appreciate more the proposed contribution by the Government of Sweden to our core resources.

Smithsonian Associates Presents September Program Highlights

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The September issue of the Smithsonian Associates’ program guide features a variety of educational and cultural programs, including seminars, lectures, studio arts classes, performances for adults and children and local and regional study tours.

Helping People with Uneven Hearing Loss

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AMHERST, Mass. – Estimates are that millions of people have asymmetric hearing loss, where there is more hearing loss in one ear than the other. This can pose serious challenges to understanding speech and identifying where sounds are coming from, even though people may partially adapt to asymmetric inputs to the brain, says University of Massachusetts Amherst hearing researcher Richard Freyman.

Hematologists from Developing Countries Participate in 2016 ASH Visitor Training Program

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WASHINGTON, August 31, 2016) – The American Society of Hematology (ASH) today announced the 20 hematologists and medical professionals from developing countries selected to participate in the 2016 ASH Visitor Training Program (VTP). Participants receive up to 12 weeks of specialized hematology training at host institutions in many different parts of the world. After the program, participants return home to implement their newly acquired skills and knowledge to address a specific need, helping to build hematology capacity and expertise at their respective institutions.

Food and Environmental Leaders Unite to Improve Water Use and Quality in Midwest Croplands

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A coalition of leading food producers and environmental advocates today launched a program to promote water stewardship on farms across Illinois, Iowa, and Nebraska. Called the Midwest Row Crop Collaborative, the group will help farmers implement better management practices to build soil health, use more efficient irrigation, and reduce the flow of nitrogen and phosphorous into rivers, lakes, and the Gulf of Mexico.

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Time Warner EVP and CFO Howard Averill to Participate in the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Media, Communications & Entertainment Conference

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Mr. Averill’s remarks are expected to begin at approximately 8:45 a.m. PT (11:45 a.m. ET).  An audio webcast will be available

Civil Rights and Tech Advocates Sound Alarm on Racial Bias in Predictive Policing

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WASHINGTON – Today a broad coalition of civil rights, privacy, and technology organizations issued a sweeping rebuke to the use and

The McCain Institute to Co-Host 2016 Tbilisi International Conference

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WASHINGTON (August 31, 2016) – On September 6-7, 2016, the Economic Policy Research Center (EPRC) and The McCain Institute for

Convergys and Glasswing: Committed to Education in Nicaragua

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Convergys and Glasswing signed a cooperation agreement to promote bilingual education in the country.

A monster put in its place

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An analysis of the fossil known as the Minden Monster has enabled paleontologists to assign the largest predatory dinosaur ever found

Statement on proposed contribution from Sweden by UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake

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NEW YORK, 31 August 2016 – “We at UNICEF could not appreciate more the proposed contribution by the Government of Sweden to our core resources.

EnerNOC Awarded Demand Management Contract with Con Edison

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BOSTON, Aug. 31, 2016 ( ) -- EnerNOC, Inc. (Nasdaq:ENOC), a leading provider of energy intelligence software (EIS) and demand

Smithsonian Associates Presents September Program Highlights

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The September issue of the Smithsonian Associates’ program guide features a variety of educational and cultural programs, including seminars, lectures, studio arts classes, performances for adults and children and local and regional study tours.

Pinnacle Foods to Present at Barclays Global Consumer Staples Conference

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Parsippany, NJ, August 31, 2016 – Pinnacle Foods Inc.

Helping People with Uneven Hearing Loss

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AMHERST, Mass. – Estimates are that millions of people have asymmetric hearing loss, where there is more hearing loss in one ear than the other. This can pose serious challenges to understanding speech and identifying where sounds are coming from, even though people may partially adapt to asymmetric inputs to the brain, says University of Massachusetts Amherst hearing researcher Richard Freyman.

Fallon Health announces 10th Annual Canal Diggers Road Race

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Worcester, Mass., August 31, 2016 ―Fallon Health today announced its sponsorship of the Tenth Annual Fallon Health Canal Diggers 5Km

PNMsoft, a Genpact Company, Named a Visionary on Gartners Magic Quadrant for Intelligent Business Process Management Suites

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JERSEY CITY, NJ, August 31, 2016 – PNMsoft, now a Genpact company and the leading Microsoft-centric BPM software provider, today

GUN LOBBY SHOULD DO MORE TO PREVENT GUN SUICIDES, RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT DANGERS OF A GUN IN THE HOME

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WASHINGTON – The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), a Connecticut-based corporate gun lobby group, has thrown its support

Officers, Subject Identified in Eagan Officer Involved Shooting

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ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Department of Public Safety Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) is investigating an officer involved

Hematologists from Developing Countries Participate in 2016 ASH Visitor Training Program

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WASHINGTON, August 31, 2016) – The American Society of Hematology (ASH) today announced the 20 hematologists and medical professionals from developing countries selected to participate in the 2016 ASH Visitor Training Program (VTP). Participants receive up to 12 weeks of specialized hematology training at host institutions in many different parts of the world. After the program, participants return home to implement their newly acquired skills and knowledge to address a specific need, helping to build hematology capacity and expertise at their respective institutions.

National Alliance on Mental Illness and The Jed Foundation Release "Starting the Conversation: College and Your Mental Health," A Guide for Families on Starting a Conversation about Mental Health

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WASHINGTON, Aug. 31, 2016 / -USNewswire/ -- The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), in partnership with The Jed Foundation

Crowdsourcing Can Help Create Better Science Tests Cheaper

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When it comes to developing test questions, there's the ordinary way and the fancy way. The ordinary way is to just make up questions

Farkas Quoted by Bloomberg on China's Actions in the South China Sea

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To see the regions and subjects in which our experts specialize, see summaries of our programs and our policy initiatives.

More Than 90 Iconic Buildings and Landmarks in the U.S. and Canada Will Light up in Support of SU2C

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August 31, 2016 (Los Angeles/New York) – More than 90 historic buildings and landmarks across the United States and Canada will

Liaison Technologies Announces Unprecedented Simple Pricing Model for Its Award-Winning ALLOY Platform for Integration and Data Management

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ATLANTA, August 31, 2016 — In a move unprecedented for the IT services market, Liaison Technologies, a recognized leader in

Food and Environmental Leaders Unite to Improve Water Use and Quality in Midwest Croplands

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A coalition of leading food producers and environmental advocates today launched a program to promote water stewardship on farms across Illinois, Iowa, and Nebraska. Called the Midwest Row Crop Collaborative, the group will help farmers implement better management practices to build soil health, use more efficient irrigation, and reduce the flow of nitrogen and phosphorous into rivers, lakes, and the Gulf of Mexico.

Annese's Growth in Rochester Fuels Significant Office Expansion and Relocation to Culver Road Armory

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Clifton Park, N.Y., August 31st, 2016—Annese & Associates, Inc., a technology solutions integrator, announces that its

Success lives in UNM Residence Life & Student Housing

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The University of New Mexico Class of 2020 arrived on campus for Move-In Day in mid-August. For many, this will be the most exciting

A new key in fighting Kennedys disease

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If a disease affects motoneurons, cells that control voluntary muscle activity, researchers should focus their efforts on motoneurons to find potential treatments, right?

FDIC Issues Fourth Quarter 2016 CRA Examination Schedule

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The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has issued the public list of institutions that it has scheduled for a Community

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