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Introducing 'Natchez', the twelfth release in a series of erect-growing, high-quality, productive, floricane-fruiting blackberry (Rubus L. subgenus Rubus Watson) cultivars developed by the University of Arkansas.
By Hengel, Mark INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS BRING DIVERsity to college campuses and prepare students for the "global marketplace," experts and college officials say. But the students also can contribute to an institution's coffers.
By Anonymous BUSINESSES, NONPROFIT ORGAnizations and public institutions collaborate to bring life experiences into classrooms across Fort Smith with pro-grams like PIE, Access: Destiny and "Earquake!" PIE is an acronym for Partners in Education.
By Ashley Meeks, Las Cruces Sun-News, N.M. Jul. 7--LAS CRUCES -- Geologist Pam Jansma starts Aug.
By Ashley Meeks, Las Cruces Sun-News, N.M. Jul. 6--LAS CRUCES -- Geologist Pam Jansma starts Aug.
By Liz Szabo USA Today Newborns in intensive care units may undergo hundreds of painful or stressful procedures -- usually without painkillers, a study published today says.
By Friedman, Mark PIKE COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSpital in Murfreesboro was so desperate for a doctor that it hired one who had been convicted of possession of child pornography. Dr.
Tiny marks on the teeth of an ancient human ancestor known as the "Nutcracker Man" may upset current evolutionary understanding of early hominid diet.
A study of the thermodynamics of clays found on Mars suggests that little carbon dioxide could have been present during their formation, which contradicts a popular theory of the early Martian atmosphere and will send researchers looking for other explanations for clay formation.
Guessing about the contents of a cow's stomach is a thing of the past for University of Arkansas researchers - all they have to do is reach in and take a sample. The university's Animal Science Department has surgically implanted 4-inch-wide tubes, called cannulas, in the sides of 12 cows.
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