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The Cardiovascular Research Foundation (CRF) honored Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD, at its annual Pulse of the City Gala for his contributions to cardiovascular research and education. New
The black tie event benefited the Marisol Deluna Foundation Fashion Initiative to support the mentoring of students and young designers in Texas. SAN ANTONIO, Nov.
Ticket Down announces that Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull have added a second leg to their recent tour and they will be visiting the following locations: Don Haskins Center in El Paso TX, US Airways
Before such grandeur, I bow and I am grateful for the privilege of having been born in a country caressed by your waters: Spain.
Exhibition is the Largest Retrospective of Goya to Take Place in America in 25 Years BOSTON, Oct.
Solidoodle is partnering with KiKi Han to bring the characters from her new book Cutie's Alphabellies to life.
Study finds ‘magical contagion’ spreads creator’s essence to pieces, adding value.
Pediatric Experts Advise How to Prepare Kids for a Healthy School Year New York, New York (PRWEB) September 04, 2014 Experts from The Mount Sinai Hospital
The Concord, MA company is looking for additional K-5 classrooms to pilot its new tablet CONCORD, Mass., Aug.
Florida Polytechnic University leaders, Governor Rick Scott, IST Building Architect Dr.
Azara’s night monkey or the southern night monkey (Aotus azarae) is a species of night monkey that can be found in South and Central America. Its range includes areas Peru, Paraguay, Panama, Argentina, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Venezuela. This species is thought to prefer to reside in tall forests and lowland vine forests. This species holds three subspecies, including the feline night monkey and the Bolivian night monkey, and was named after Félix de Azara, a Spanish naturalist. Azara’s...
Antonio de Ulloa was born on January 12, 1716 in Seville. Ulloa enlisted with the Spanish Navy in 1733. In 1735, he was sent to Ecuador as a member of the French Geodesic Mission. The mission, led by Pierre Bouguer, was organized by the French Academy of Sciences to measure a degree of the meridian at the equator. He stayed in Ecuador for 9 years until 1744, during this stint; he discovered platinum with his partner, Jorge Juan. In 1745, he returned to Spain. However, while enroute to...
- A volcanic mudflow.