Latest Mike Reynolds Stories

2014-02-06 23:23:22

Elite distinction awarded to Mike Reynolds of MedTouch for exceptional contributions to the Sitecore Community, cementing the MedTouch reputation as the leading healthcare Sitecore partner. Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) February 06, 2014 MedTouch, the online strategy and technology partner for the best brands in healthcare, is proud to announce that Mike Reynolds, Product Technical Lead, has been named a “Technology Most Valuable Professional (MVP)” by Sitecore, the global leader in customer...

2009-10-13 15:04:47

Sustainable architecture Could sustainable architecture address pollution, climate change and resource depletion by helping us build self-sufficient, off-grid, housing from "waste", including vehicle tires and metal drinks containers? That's the question researchers at the University of South Australia hope to answer in the International Journal of Sustainable Design. Martin Freney of the department of Art, Architecture and Design has taken a critical look at the work of architect, Michael...

2009-03-17 16:40:00

Just days after President Barack Obama signed an executive order lifting the ban on federal funding for embryonic stem cell research, Oklahoma state legislators in the House passed a bill introduced by Republican Mike Reynolds that would outlaw a majority of such research in the state. "I absolutely believe that if the federal government messes things up, states have a right to straighten it out," Reynolds said in an interview with Reuters. "I believe the federal government has infringed on...

2008-09-07 15:00:16

By Lindsay Tice LEWISTON - A local disability rights advocate has been nominated to the National Spinal Cord Injury Association's hall of fame. Mike Reynolds, 34, of Lewiston is one of eight media-based activists nominated for the honor. Reynolds has written and produced two independent documentaries on disability rights and maintains a blog about disability issues, politics and culture. Although Reynolds doesn't have a spinal cord injury, he does have cerebral palsy, a neurological...

2008-08-20 15:00:45

Three films dealing with environmental issues will feature at this month's 31st Hamilton International Film Festival at Rialto over the next week. Sharkwater, by Rob Stewart, features spectacular underwater cinematography and also investigates the trade in shark fins. Garbage Warrior puts its focus on architect Michael Reynolds, who creates homes from beer cans, bottles and car tyres, while the third film, Up the Yangtze, observes life on China's most famous river. Visit www.nzff.co.nz for...

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