Education News Archive - January 13, 2012

Google To Sponsor Science Fair With Submissions Accepted In 13 Languages

Google is accepting submissions for its 2012 international science fair. Last year, which was the first year of the science fair, they had over 7,500 entries from over 90 countries. Contestants were limited to offering projects written in English only.

Sony today unveils the “7 Picture Effects Challenge with the new Cyber-shot TX55 digital camera”, a marketing campaign introducing “Picture Effects” – a fun and easy way to enhance one’s

Join the 2012 Green IT and Cloud Summit in Tysons Corner, Virginia on April 18, 2012.

The US Drug Watchdog says, "We do not think the average bladder cancer victim, who is also a diabetic would ever consider a drug for diabetes could be a contributing factor for bladder cancer,

The Mesothelioma Victims Center says, "We are on a mission to provide an unparalleled free service for all US citizens, or loved ones of an individual dealing with a mesothelioma diagnosis,

Volunteer Emergency Services Recruitment and Retention Act Legislation Previously Introduced in the House by Representative Peter King Makes its Way to the Senate. Latham,

The biological and geographical website EurekaMag.com publishes reviews of specific subjects of all areas of biological and geographical science.

The global sports nutrition powerhouse Gaspari Nutrition has just signed MMA star and world lightweight champion Frankie Edgar to its roster of elite athletes. Lakewood,

The Semi Truck Accident Victims Center is urging victims, or loved ones of victims involved in vehicular accident with a semi truck, big rig, or commercial truck on any US freeway, highway, or

Millionaire and Fitness Marketing Expert Sam Bakhtiar is offering a new mentorship program to teach personal trainers how to grow their businesses in 2012.

Word of the Day
  • The horn of a unicorn considered as a medical or pharmacological ingredient.
  • A winged horse with a single horn on its head; a winged unicorn.
The word 'alicorn' comes from Italian alicorno, already associated with unicorns and reinterpreted, popularized by Bearing an Hourglass (1984) and other fantasy novels by Piers Anthony.