Education News Archive - February 09, 2011
Nearly two dozen innovators in the field of weed science were honored during the society's annual meeting, including three who received prestigious Fellow awards.
A Los Angeles photographer has developed a technique to create extremely detailed images of flowers. Using technology used by NASA on Mars, David Leaserâ€™s innovative Nightflowers collection shows large scale botanicals with such detail you can literally see the pollen glistening on the stamens.
Sedate State held its inaugural summit for business leaders. This year's summit focused on the necessity of worklife balance; businesses that understand what attracts top talent will be better able to compete in a global information-based economy.
Procter & Gamble (P&G) Professionalâ„¢ is hosting the â€œFamily Hotelier of the Yearâ€ award competition in conjunction with the Asian American Hotel Owners Association (AAHOA), an organization representing more than 10,000 members owning more than 20,000 hotels nationwide.
In 2011, GroceryCouponStop.com seeks to save Americans a total of $1 million in savings using grocery coupons. Fort Wayne, IN (PRWEB) February 8, 2011 In 2011, GroceryCouponStop.com seeks to save Americans a total of $1 million in savings using grocery coupons.
Campus Mail gives students and teachers a safe, monitored solution for email and private file storage Bakersfield, CA (PRWEB) February 8, 2011 At TCEA 2011, Lightspeed Systems is announcing the newest addition to its suite of solutions for K-12 schools: Campus Mail.
NRG Miser cuts prices of Energize Delaware Energy Audits.
Persystent products will now include the UIU enabling true Hardware-Independent Imaging (HII). Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) February 8, 2011 Today, Big Bang LLC announced its partnership with Persystent Software of Tampa, FL.
According to the latest It's Just Lunch Survey, men are more romantic than women though their behavoir on Valentine's Day suggests otherwise.
On its path to inform consumers whatâ€™s in the Clorox® products they use in and around their homes, The Clorox Company today announced it is now disclosing preservatives, dyes and a palette of fragrances used in its cleaning, disinfecting and laundry products in the U.S. and Canada.