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The U.S.-Mexico border will be seen at its best at the second annual Awards for U.S.-Mexico Cross-Border Cooperation and Innovation, which will be formally presented on Monday, September 24, at 7 p.m. at the binational trade conference, 'Realizing ...
06:22 Sep 19, 2012
Texans who liberated European concentration camps are telling their stories in video interviews by the Institute for Oral History at Baylor University. The project funded by the Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission. Transcripts will be given to ...
16:50 Nov 1, 2011
Billions of people owe their lives to nitrogen fertilizers, but nitrogen pollution has become a major environmental problem that threatens human health.
17:35 Aug 28, 2011
There is positive news to report a year after the April 20 oil spill.
09:30 Apr 18, 2011
Researchers have received a grant to produce, for the first time, cultured pearls from the queen conch (
06:20 Oct 18, 2010
What causes our sinful behavior? Is there a biological predisposition for biblically defined sinful behaviors? A Baylor University researcher has compiled years of research into a new book called
08:35 Sep 8, 2010
The Robbins MBA Healthcare Program at Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business achieved accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education . The Robbins MBA Healthcare Program at Baylor University's ...
07:25 Jun 8, 2010
Used by bacteria, algae and other organisms, nitrogen fixation is the natural process by which nitrogen in the atmosphere is converted into organic nitrogen. However, exactly what physical factors cause these nitrogen fixation 'hot spots' has not ...
09:20 May 20, 2010
A Baylor University study has found female mosquitoes prefer to lay their eggs on or close to water in which other mosquito larvae have developed, suggesting that female mosquitoes can somehow detect where other larvae have been successful.
08:45 May 5, 2010
A new study led by the University of Adelaide's Environment Institute in Australia has ranked most of the world's countries for their environmental impact.
06:40 May 5, 2010
New findings out of the RFID Research Center at the University of Arkansas confirm that radio-frequency identification tags on individual retail items can significantly improve inventory accuracy, even within departments or stores that already have ...
05:25 Apr 13, 2010
Dr. Tom L. Potts, Ph.D., CFP, assumed his term as president of the Financial Planning Association on January 1, 2010.
06:35 Mar 8, 2010
During the holy month of Ramadan, stock returns are almost nine times higher in predominately Muslim countries than during other times of the year, an indication that Ramadan positively affects investor psychology and leads to optimistic beliefs ...
04:35 Feb 17, 2010
Teaching children how to recognize when family members are experiencing a stroke and to call 911 might be a good way to save stroke victims from becoming disabled permanently, according to a new study.
22:15 Dec 14, 2009
Though the number of U.S. college women majoring in mathematics continues to increase, the percentage of new female PhDs in the field has leveled off since 1999, This trend disturbs two mathematics professors at NYC College of Technology, Victoria Gitman
10:19 Mar 19, 2008


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