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Award-Winning Union County Vocational-technical Schools Rank High in Latest Survey
ELIZABETH, N.J., Aug. 28 -- Union County issued the following news release:
All five of Union County's vocational-technical high schools have placed among the top public high schools in the latest nationwide survey. The five schools include the new Academy for Performing Arts, which graduated its third class in June, and UC Vo-Tech, Union County's traditional high-demand career skills training school.
The survey, available online from The Daily Beast (http://www.thedailybeast.com/features/ . . .
C&E News Picks UB Chemist's X-ray Crystal Study as One of the World's Top 10
BUFFALO, N.Y., Aug. 28 -- The State University of New York at Buffalo issued the following news release:
An X-ray crystal structure solved by a University at Buffalo chemistry professor has been chosen as one of the world's top 10 molecular structures ever solved.
The list was compiled by the science and technology magazine of the American Chemical Society, Chemical & Engineering News (C&E News), to celebrate the 100 anniversary of X-ray crystallography, the technique that gave scientists . . .
CSE Dispels Recent Myths Perpetuated by Indian Poultry Industry on Use of Antibiotics in Chicken
NEW DELHI, Aug. 28 -- The Centre for Science and Environment issued the following news release:
Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), the New Delhi-based research and advocacy think-tank, released a statement here today in response to some recent myths perpetuated by the Indian poultry industry.
Following the impact on chicken sales in certain states of India after the recent CSE report which had noted that chicken sold in Delhi-NCR had antibiotic residues, the industry had claimed tha . . .
New Report Details How Technology Can Ease Traffic, Reduce Oil Consumption and Harmful Greenhouse Gas Emissions
WASHINGTON, Aug. 28 -- The Information Technology Industry Council issued the following news release:
As Americans prepare to travel in record numbers this Labor Day holiday weekend, the technology and transportation industries, along with representatives from AAA and academia, have released a new report detailing how technology can reduce U.S. oil consumption, greenhouse gas emissions, and time wasted waiting in traffic. The report, "Accelerating Sustainability: Demonstrating the Benefits of . . .
Pamplin Professor Testifies How 'Too-Big-to-Fail' Doctrine Hurts Financial Markets
BLACKSBURG, Va., Aug. 28 -- Virginia Tech issued the following news release:
Ongoing implicit guarantees of government assistance for the nation's "too-big-to-fail" banks and financial businesses have a significant effect on financial markets that has amounted to hundreds of billions of dollars, says Deniz Anginer, assistant professor of finance in Virginia Tech's Pamplin College of Business.
This is the case despite the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010, which was passed to end government bailouts, . . .