Education News Archive - October 26, 2010

Texans For Stem Cell Research Event Brings International Biomedical Science Leaders to Austin October 27th - Free and Open to Public Texans for Stem Cell Research (TCSR), a non-profit grassroots organization, announces an educational event about stem cell research and advances in their first Annual Learn and Live Educational Series, at the University of Texas Joe C.

Complete Idiot's Guide for Gluten Free Cooking in Bookstores on November 2, 2010 Just in time for the holidays, the Complete Idiot's Guide for Gluten Free Cooking (Penguin/Alpha Books) by Jean Duane, Alternative Cook contains over 220 recipes including menu plans for all occasions including Thanksgiving Dinner, Holidays and brunches.

OnePartSunshine.com Launches a New Online Guide to Growing Green Kids OnePartSunshine.com debuts as a shopping tool, resource and community for parents who want to raise their kids safely and naturally.

New iPhone App, Simply Postcards, Allows Users to Mail their Photos as Printed Postcards; Debuts in Top 15 Free Photography Apps Sending postcards just got more convenient and personal.

It’s National Disabilities Employment Awareness Month Now is a Superb Time for Disabled Jobseekers to Seek Federal Jobs As part of October’s tribute, President Obama has made a strong commitment to bringing more disabled people into the federal workforce.

Ft. Lauderdale Plastic Surgeon Discusses Four Year Anniversary of FDA Approval of Silicone Implants Dr. Robert Rothfield, a board-certified plastic surgeon in Ft.

Facial Plastic Surgeon Jeffrey Copeland, MD Discusses Minimally-Invasive Facelift in St. Louis In light of recent statistics from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Dr.

Jeb White Invited to Speak at George Washington University Nolan & Auerbach, P.A. Partner Joseph E. B. “Jeb” White will be a guest lecturer during the opening session of the George Washington University Healthcare Corporate Compliance Program. Mr.

RightChange.com (RightChange) Releases New Short Film “Call Me Senator” from Filmmaker David Zucker RightChange.com, Inc., releases brand new short film from filmmaker David Zucker “Call Me Senator” that is Zucker’s apology on behalf of Big Government after Barbara Boxer asked a Brigadier General to address her as “Senator.” Zucker says the biggest mistake he ever made was donating to Boxer’s campaign.

Ronald McDonald House Charities “Awards of Excellence” Honors Herbert D. Kelleher, Dr. Frederick C.

Word of the Day
  • A pivoted catch designed to fall into a notch on a ratchet wheel so as to allow movement in only one direction (e.g. on a windlass or in a clock mechanism), or alternatively to move the wheel in one direction.
The word 'pawl' probably comes from a Latin word meaning 'stake'.