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Nurses Will Join March to ICE Field Office Tomorrow to Demand an End to the Forced Separation of Families and Detention of Immigrant Children

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Nurses, members of National Nurses Organizing Committee-Texas (NNOC-Texas), representing 1700 RNs from four El Paso hospitals, will join numerous other organizations Tuesday, June 19, in a march to the ICE Field Office in El Paso to protest the forced separation of families and detention of immigrant children.

New DNA synthesis technique promises rapid, high-fidelity DNA printing

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Scientists at the UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have invented a new way to synthesize DNA that promises to be easier and faster, does not require the use of toxic chemicals and is potentially more accurate.

Amref Health Africa to Host the Strategic Purchasing Africa Resource Center

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Following a highly competitive partner selection process, Amref Health Africa has been chosen to host the Strategic Purchasing Africa Resource Center (SPARC) — a new initiative aimed at strengthening strategic health purchasing in sub-Saharan Africa to get more value for money from health spending on health services and medicines on behalf of populations by actively making transparent and efficient decisions about which services and medicines to buy, which providers will deliver them, and the mechanisms through which providers will be paid.

Urgent action needed to stop violence and discrimination against LGBT people worldwide, says UN expert

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GENEVA (18 June 2018) – States around the world must take urgent action to eradicate violence and discrimination against LGBT people, a UN expert has said in his first official address to the Human Rights Council in Geneva.

University hosts exhibition celebrating the 50-year legacy of the St Pauls Carnival

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A new exhibition will go on display in Bristol later this month celebrating the history and legacy of one of the city’s most famous and iconic events, the St Paul’s Carnival, which marks its 50th anniversary this year.

Occupational health for dental staff in Scotland

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A NEW occupational health service for dentists and dental practice staff in Scotland is now accessible as of 1 June 2018.

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Nurses Will Join March to ICE Field Office Tomorrow to Demand an End to the Forced Separation of Families and Detention of Immigrant Children

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Nurses, members of National Nurses Organizing Committee-Texas (NNOC-Texas), representing 1700 RNs from four El Paso hospitals, will join numerous other organizations Tuesday, June 19, in a march to the ICE Field Office in El Paso to protest the forced separation of families and detention of immigrant children.

Florida Summit Aims to Help Shape the Future of Apprenticeships as a Vital Career Pathway

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Miami, Fla.  - CareerSource Florida, the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity and the Florida Department of Education are

General Mills Feeding Better Futures Scholars Program Winner Announced

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MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota – General Mills (NYSE: GIS) has announced Katie Stagliano, founder of Katie’s Krops, as the grand prize

SMC Partners with OpenStax to Increase Use of Free Textbooks on Campus

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Santa Monica College has been selected as one of nine schools to participate in Rice University’s 2018-2019 OpenStax Institutional

VML Announces Chief Experience Officer; Appoints New Chief Technology Officer

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Jeff Geheb has been promoted to the newly created role of chief experience officer. With the move, Geheb broadens his remit, extending

New DNA synthesis technique promises rapid, high-fidelity DNA printing

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Scientists at the UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have invented a new way to synthesize DNA that promises to be easier and faster, does not require the use of toxic chemicals and is potentially more accurate.

Rise Nation Battle to Win CWL Anaheim Open Championship

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SANTA MONICA, Calif.--( )--Jun. 18, 2018-- The final Global Open Event of the record-setting Call of Duty® World League

Amref Health Africa to Host the Strategic Purchasing Africa Resource Center

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Following a highly competitive partner selection process, Amref Health Africa has been chosen to host the Strategic Purchasing Africa Resource Center (SPARC) — a new initiative aimed at strengthening strategic health purchasing in sub-Saharan Africa to get more value for money from health spending on health services and medicines on behalf of populations by actively making transparent and efficient decisions about which services and medicines to buy, which providers will deliver them, and the mechanisms through which providers will be paid.

Iran must halt execution of Ramin Hossein Panahi, say UN rights experts

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GENEVA (18 June 2018) – UN human rights experts* have made a fresh call to Iran to annul the death sentence imposed on Iranian

Volkswagen Invites U.S. Soccer Fans to Jump on the Wagen for a New Team In The World Soccer Championships

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Herndon, VA — With the U.S. national soccer team absent from this year’s world championships, Volkswagen of America wants to help

Everything big data claims to know about you could be wrong

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To understand human health and behavior, it’s better to study individuals, not groups, new study finds.

Urgent action needed to stop violence and discrimination against LGBT people worldwide, says UN expert

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GENEVA (18 June 2018) – States around the world must take urgent action to eradicate violence and discrimination against LGBT people, a UN expert has said in his first official address to the Human Rights Council in Geneva.

A new vice provost for academic planning

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I am very pleased to announce the appointment of professor Lisa Alvarez-Cohen as Berkeley’s next vice provost for academic

APA and DEC Hold Concurrent Public Comment Period for Gore Mountain

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RAY BROOK, NY - The Adirondack Park Agency (APA) and the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) are accepting public comments

More Learners in the Kootenays Welcomed into Early Childhood Education

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Identified as one of the in-demand career choices in British Columbia, the Provincial Goverment is investing in early childhood

Dr. Diane DeBacker to join gathering of State and Federal STEM Education Leaders at the White House

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Education in Kansas, from pre-K through careers, is undergoing significant changes,” said Dr.

DFS GRANTS VIRTUAL CURRENCY LICENSE TO SQUARE, INC.

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Financial Services Superintendent Maria T. Vullo today announced that the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) has

University hosts exhibition celebrating the 50-year legacy of the St Pauls Carnival

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A new exhibition will go on display in Bristol later this month celebrating the history and legacy of one of the city’s most famous and iconic events, the St Paul’s Carnival, which marks its 50th anniversary this year.

Kellogg's Releases Limited-Edition Collector's Box Featuring Exclusive, Behind-The-Scenes Content Of "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom"

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BATTLE CREEK, Mich., June 18, 2018 / / -- Today, Kellogg's released limited-edition Kellogg's Frosted Flakes® and Keebler® Fudge

The new Research Programs of Faculty of Medicine have been chosen

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Based on external evaluation of the Scientific Advisory Board, the Faculty of Medicine has decided to approve nine research programs

Homeopathy challenge rejected by High Court

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A LEGAL challenge by the British Homeopathic Association to overturn plans to no longer routinely fund homeopathy on the NHS has been

National Guardswoman Lends a Helping Hand for Veterans

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Amanda Landwehr, 26, of Prior Lake, Minn., joined the Army National Guard at the age of 20.

U.S. Consumers Becoming More Open to Sharing Data

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CONWAY, Ark. — (June 18, 2018) — Acxiom® (Nasdaq: ACXM), the data foundation for the world’s best marketers, today released

NICE and IBM Partner to Enable Banks to Adopt Cloud-first Strategy for Retaining Financial Communications Required for Regulatory Compliance

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June 18, 2018 – NICE (Nasdaq: NICE) today announced that it has partnered with IBM and completed a certified integration of its

Donate Now for a Chance to Win a VIP Trip to The 2018 ESPYS, Meet Host Danica Patrick

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Now, through June 28, donate to The V Foundation on eBay for a chance to win a VIP trip to meet motorsports star and host of The 2018

School of Social Science Releases Four Occasional Papers in Ongoing Series

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The Economy of the Mysteries: Administering Sacramental Wealth in the Age of Lights by Charly Coleman, Member in the School of Social
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