Latest Eric Anderson Stories

women who cheat
2014-08-19 03:30:18

Sydney McKinley, American Sociological Association Public Information Office When middle-aged women seek extra-marital affairs, they are looking for more romantic passion, which includes sex — and don't want to divorce their husbands, suggests new research presented at the 109th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. "Being happy in marriage is far different than being happy in bed," said Eric Anderson, a professor of masculinity, sexuality, and sport at the...

New Space Venture Backed By Director James Cameron And Others
2012-04-19 11:21:23

A new private space exploration company, backed by filmmaker/explorer James Cameron, is set to be unveiled Tuesday (April 24) at the Museum of Flight´s Charles Simonyi Space Gallery in Seattle, Washington, which will reveal a master plan to chart the future of space exploration. While details of the new company, called Planetary Resources, Inc., have been kept secret, officials familiar with the firm said that “the company will overlay two critical sectors – space...

2011-01-11 08:20:00

University of Illinois research reports that several herbicides used on corn also have good selectivity to Miscanthus x giganteus (Giant Miscanthus), a potential bioenergy feedstock. "No herbicides are currently labeled for use in Giant Miscanthus grown for biomass," said Eric Anderson, an instructor of bioenergy for the Center of Advanced BioEnergy Research at the University of Illinois. "Our research shows that several herbicides used on corn are also safe on this rhizomatous grass." M. x...

2009-01-28 13:25:00

During a recession that has many industries under pressure as consumers cut spending, the space tourism business is booming, thanks to enthusiastic demand by ultra-wealthy clientele. "Business is good," a Reuters report quoted Eric Anderson, CEO of Space Adventures, as saying on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The privately-held U.S. firm has sold about $175 million worth of seats on Russian rockets to the International Space Station (ISS).  The company...

2008-08-29 03:00:44

By David Harrison david.harrison@roanoke.com 777-3523 Roanoke's new Forest Park Academy has yet to open, but Della Gilliam is already convinced it will be a success. Gilliam gave 37 years to Roanoke schools but came out of retirement recently to take on one final challenge: helping overage middle and high school students complete high school and graduate with a diploma. It's a mission that drives the roughly two dozen teachers and staff of the city's newest experiment in education:...

2008-07-23 09:00:40

By Karen Troianello Ban isn't tough enough To the editor -- The good thing about Yakama tribal government is that every once in a while they act to protect their people without regard to political consideration. Unlike county government, mega- dairy and feedlot political contributions aren't a factor in doing the right thing. It is well past time for Yakima County to dream the dream of electing fair and impartial politicians who would act for the greater good of all our county residents...

2008-07-10 12:00:53

By Eric Anderson, Albany Times Union, N.Y. Jul. 10--NORTH GREENBUSH -- The trash bins are neatly lined up and labeled. Among them is one for wood, another for metal. Others hold general debris. Behind them, the $165 million GE Healthcare digital imaging facility, on a 30-acre site in Rensselaer Technology Park, is quickly taking shape. When completed early next year, it will produce the sophisticated sensors and other technology that are at the heart of General Electric Co.'s digital...

2008-07-04 06:00:00

By Eric Anderson, Albany Times Union, N.Y. Jul. 4--Delta Air Lines and JetBlue Airways plan to reduce service at Stewart International Airport in Newburgh in early September. The moves come less than three weeks after AirTran Airways said it would quit flying to Newburgh on Sept. 3. And it's less than three months after Stewart lost its Skybus flights when that carrier abruptly shut down April 5. JetBlue spokeswoman Alison Eshelman said two flights would be cut, the one daily trip to...

Word of the Day
  • Like a worm in form or movement; vermiform; tortuous or sinuous; also, writhing or wriggling.
  • Like the track or trace of a worm; appearing as if worm-eaten; vermiculate.
  • Marked with fine, close-set, wavy or tortuous lines of color; vermiculated.
  • A form of rusticated masonry which is so wrought as to appear thickly indented with worm-tracks.
This word ultimately comes from the Latin 'vermis,' worm.