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Newport Grammar’s Whitney Butler honored by East Tennessee Historical Society

The Newport Plain Talk 06 Jul 2022
KNOXVILLE—Newport Grammar School educator Whitney Butler was recently honored by the East Tennessee Historical Society during its annual Awards of Excellence ceremony in downtown Knoxville ... Butler was awarded the Teaching Excellence Award for her work as a sixth grade social studies instructor at Newport Grammar School.
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Gloucestershire opens homes to more than 700 Ukrainians

BBC News 06 Jul 2022
Excel fled Ukraine when Russia invaded and said the Gloucestershire community has been "really helpful" ... Excel left Nigeria, where he was born, to study to become a doctor but after settling in the Ukraine was displaced within the country when Russia moved in to Luhansk in 2014.
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Horoscope for July 7

The Keene Sentinel 06 Jul 2022
It’s an excellent day to sign contracts or agree to something important because you are wearing your sensible hat ... This is an excellent day to teach children or young minds, because people are willing to put up with a bit of adversity to get what they want today ... This is an excellent day for study.
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KSC professor granted patent for phone app to be used by people with autism

Union Leader 06 Jul 2022
The app is excellent for people on the spectrum and speech therapy, Taub said ... They continue to work on improvements and so far clinical studies have demonstrated statistically significant improvement in conversational speech ... The studies showed the app does help individuals with diagnosed autism spectrum disorders improve conversational speech.
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BITC: Preparing int'l grads for global roles

China.dot.org 06 Jul 2022
Ahmed Deabes came to study in China in 2015 ... During his study at BITC, Deabes worked hard and achieved excellent academic results, managing to reach HSK level 4 in the Chinese Proficiency Test in just one year ... In 2019, he continued his studies at BITC's partner university and completed a bachelor's degree via a "top-up" program.
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Qualigen Therapeutics Announces Partnership with Hande Sciences To Scale-Up Manufacturing To ...

Eagle-Tribune 06 Jul 2022
Tariq Arshad, MD, MBA, Qualigen's Chief Medical Officer, commented, “We are on track to complete our IND-enabling studies for QN-302 in the third and fourth quarters of 2022 and are excited to partner with Hande, who has an excellent track record of performance.
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Virginia Cancer Specialists Celebrates its 50th Anniversary

Victoria Advocate 06 Jul 2022
The Institute is internationally renowned for its equal commitment to cutting-edge research, Phase I studies, and excellent patient care ... It has actively enrolled over 3,400 patients in clinical cancer studies, including breast, lung, brain, blood, solid tumors, and more.In 2011 ...
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June Huh becomes 1st scholar of Korean descent to win Fields Medal

Korea Times 05 Jul 2022
He majored in physics and astronomy as an undergraduate at Seoul National University (SNU) and studied mathematics at the university's graduate school ... Huh said he believes "the fact that young (Korean) mathematicians in their 30s and 40s are excelling and talented, and the results of their studies" were reflected in the promotion.
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H-E-B rings up No. 1 ranking in new study of online grocers

Culture Map 05 Jul 2022
In its inaugural study of e-commerce retailers that sell groceries, “customer science” company dunnhumby ranks H-E-B as the best online grocer in the U.S ... Here are H-E-B’s top rankings in the study ... The study notes that H-E-B also excels in the online grocery department as compared with other regional grocers, such as Kroger.
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What Is “O”? The Ability That Could Explain Differences In Our Perceptual Skills

IFL Science 05 Jul 2022
In a similar way, our studies reveal that those who are the best at bird recognition may also excel at plane identification, and they may also be the best at learning to spot tumors in chest X-rays ... In one study, we found that neither IQ nor SAT scores predict recognition of novel objects.
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What Drives Doctors to Take Their Own Lives

McDowell News 05 Jul 2022
TUESDAY, July 5, 2022 (HealthDay News) – Doctor burnout and suicide are a growing concern, a new study finds ... About 1 in 15 doctors experience suicidal thoughts, according to the study ... In the short term, the study said, doctors need better access to primary care services, as well as help with scheduling challenges and concerns about confidentiality.
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Osun Guber:  Monarchs  Declare Support for Oyetola

This Day 05 Jul 2022
Oba Okunoye, who doubles as the Eburu of Iba, said that the governor’s excellent performance after a critical evaluation of his people-oriented programmes and policies earned him the collective endorsement of the rural monarchs across the nooks and crannies of the state ... “We did not just arrive at this excellent evaluation.
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Biggest Weight Gain Now Comes Early in Adulthood

McDowell News 05 Jul 2022
This pattern was surprising, said study author Larry Tucker, a professor of exercise science at Brigham Young University in Salt Lake City, Utah ... In the study, his team culled data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) on 10-year weight change patterns of more than 13,800 U.S.
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NC Christian school duped veterans on GI Bill, advocates say

McDowell News 05 Jul 2022
After serving more than 10 years in the military, Ismail Somai decided to use his GI Bill benefits to study at a seminary school near Fort Bragg in North Carolina ... Somai said that after studying at the school for nearly four years, he left with no degree and feeling as though he’d been manipulated and taken advantage of.
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Robotic ammonites recreate ancient animals' movements

Phys Dot Org 05 Jul 2022
The study is published in Scientific Reports ... "These properties make them excellent tools to study evolutionary biomechanics," Peterman says, "the story of how benthic (bottom-dwelling) mollusks became among the most complex and mobile group of marine invertebrates.

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