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2014-06-05 12:35:50

The Emerging Technology Center at UNH-Manchester is playing a key role in the launch and development of the internet start-up. MANCHESTER, N.H., June 5, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Michael Hickey, interim-Dean at UNH-M, announced that the university has partnered with Rejjee's founders, long-time New Hampshire advertising businessman Gary M. O'Neil and Cambridge-based serial entrepreneur and MIT Enterprise Forum organizer/lecturer Ken Smith, in creating what they call "an early-stage...

Feast And Famine For Animals Living On The Abyssal Plain
2013-11-12 11:57:06

[ Watch The Video: Feast and Famine on the Abyssal Plain ] Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Animals living on the abyssal plains, miles below the ocean surface, don’t usually get much to eat. Their main source of food is ”marine snow”—a slow drift of mucus, fecal pellets, and body parts—that sinks down from the surface waters. However, researchers have long been puzzled by the fact that, over the long term, the steady fall of marine snow cannot account for all the...

2013-06-20 23:26:55

Paleo Burn review released by TotalWellnessCleanse.net for Ken Smith´s newly-released Paleo Burn fat loss guide. Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 19, 2013 Paleo Burn has finally been released after much anticipation and is helping thousands of people finally sculpt the body they desire with no fad diets, pills, or extreme methods. Unlike other fat loss programs and health food products, Ken Smith was bold enough to expose the truth behind these products and finally give consumers an easy,...

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2011-05-12 14:40:00

The first comprehensive study of the biological effects of Antarctic icebergs shows that they fertilize the Southern Ocean, enhancing the growth of algae that take up carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and then, through marine food chains, transfer carbon into the deep sea. This process is detailed in 19 new research papers published electronically in a special issue of the journal Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. The research team was led by MBARI marine biologist...

2009-05-28 12:00:00

IRVINE, Calif.May 28 /PRNewswire/ -- The Orange County Great Park Design Team, led by Master Designer and Landscape Architect Ken Smith, won a 2009 Professional Award from the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) for their work on the Observation Balloon Preview Park. The Design Team was selected from over 600 entries from around the world - the largest in ASLA history - and was selected one of 18 Honor Awards in the General Design category for recognition. Last year, the Great...

2009-05-22 08:35:00

Officials at Chicago's Brookfield Zoo say they have already taken steps to find a new companion for their lone elephant, Christy. Christy's stepmother, Affie, 39, died last week, ending a 25-year-relationship that began when Christy arrived at the zoo after living in a suburban garage, The Chicago Tribune reported Friday. Within hours of Affie's death, the zoo began looking for another elephant, says Ken Smith, vice president of animal care. Christy came to Brookfield in 1984. Records show...

2009-02-19 15:14:00

Moves Plan Forward to Production Phase IRVINE, Calif., Feb. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- The Great Park Board today approved the Comprehensive Park Design presented by Master Designer Ken Smith and the Great Park Design Studio. Today's approval of the Comprehensive Park Design moves the Great Park from the planning and design phase to the production phase. CEO Mike Ellzey also provided an update and conceptual phasing plan to the Board that gives them a look at potential early phases of development....

2008-08-15 12:00:48

By SARAH RAINEY IT'S an opertunity that we truely cannot ignor. At least, if we listen to one university lecturer's ideas for spelling out students' problems with literacy - this could be the future of the written word. Ken Smith, a senior lecturer in criminology at Bucks New University, has called for common spelling mistakes made by students to be accepted into everyday usage as 'variant spellings' of some particular words. "Teaching a large first-year course at a British university, I...


Word of the Day
barratry
  • The offense of persistently instigating lawsuits, typically groundless ones.
  • An unlawful breach of duty on the part of a ship's master or crew resulting in injury to the ship's owner.
  • Sale or purchase of positions in church or state.
This word ultimately comes from the Old French word 'barater,' to cheat.
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