Latest Louis Jacobs Stories

2013-03-22 23:04:18

Louis and Phyllis Jacobs Honored for Commitment to Brain Tumor Patients and the ABTA Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 22, 2013 The American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA) has named Louis and Phyllis Jacobs as the recipients of the 2013 Joel A. Gingras, Jr. Award. For the past 14 years, the Jacobs have supported brain tumor patients and families in their community, as well as supported the ABTA´s brain tumor research funding initiatives. The Joel A. Gingras, Jr. Award is given annually to an...

2009-08-21 12:50:00

Paleontologists say Angola is fast becoming a "museum in the ground" for rare dinosaur fossils, where some are actually sticking out of the ground, AFP reported. Louis Jacobs of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, is part of the PaleoAngola project, which is hunting for dinosaur fossils. He called Angola the final frontier for paleontology. "Due to the war, there's been little research carried out so far, but now we're getting in finally and there's so much to find. In some areas...

2007-10-03 15:42:19

DALLAS -- Bones discovered in the 1990s that spurred the Legislature to declare the pleurocoelus the state's official dinosaur were misidentified and actually came from a different species, according to a student's research. The findings of Peter Rose, a former graduate student at Southern Methodist University, were published recently in "Palaeontologia Electronica," an online journal of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. Mainstream scientists have been quick to accept Rose's findings,...

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