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‘Science Cities’ to be set up in six zones across the country

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Plans are afoot to set up ‘Science Cities’ in five to six zones across the country in a hub-and-spoke method as part of efforts to have science and technology footprint in every State, according to…

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Statins May Not Lower Parkinson's Risk

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The use of statins may not be associated with lowering risk for Parkinson's disease, according to a new study led by researchers at Penn State College of Medicine and National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

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Statins May Not Lower Parkinson's Risk

Sources: New Illinois governor to call for big budget cuts

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SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Illinois' new Republican governor on Wednesday will pitch a plan for fixing the state's budget mess that includes deep cuts to Medicaid and higher education and a new plan for reducing pension costs, according to three lawmakers with knowledge of the proposal.

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Science, creativity headline Oklahoma State's research week

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Oklahoma State University is set to celebrate scientific discovery and scholarly activity during next week's 12th annual Research Week.

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Computer science names new department head

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The Department of Computer Science at North Carolina State University named Laurie Williams, the co-director of NC State’s Science of Security Lablet, as its new acting head after Mladen Vouk left the position to serve as the interim vice-chancellor for research, innovation, and economic development.

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Science Museum Looking For More Space

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STATE COLLEGE – The Discovery Space board members say a move is necessary because they're increasing in popularity and outgrowing their current location. They're currently located on Foster Avenue in a space that's around 4000 square feet. They're asking the State College Borough Council to donate the Verizon building, which is diagonally across the street on Allen and Foster.

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Precision Medicine Is Already Working to Cure Americans: These Are Their Stories

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During his State of the Union Address , President Obama announced that he is launching a new initiative that will help deliver the right treatment to the right patient at the right time. Precision medicine gives medical professionals the resources they need to target the specific treatments of the illnesses we encounter, further develops our scientific and medical research, and keeps our …

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OSU Plans New Science Facilities

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Oregon State University's president followed up the school's billion dollar fundraising campaign Friday, with ambitious plans for the future.

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FACT SHEET: President Obama’s Precision Medicine Initiative

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Building on President Obama’s announcement in his State of the Union Address, today the Administration is unveiling details about the Precision Medicine Initiative, a bold new research effort to revolutionize how we improve health and treat disease.  Launched with a $215 million investment in the President’s 2016 Budget, the Precision Medicine Initiative will pioneer a new model of patient …

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From GMOs to Climate, Public Disagrees with Scientists

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There are wide opinion gaps between scientists and the public on a number of big issues, from the safety of genetically modified foods to the cause of climate change, a new survey suggests.

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