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New IFAW Education Program Looks to Curb Animal Cruelty

Some people are part of the problem and some are part of the solution. The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) was started in 1969 to save animals in crisis around the world. This organization also purposes to prevent cruelty to animals. Many animals are abused every day. Large dog breeds are abused frequently. People […]

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Do You Need a Project Manager for Your Big Real Estate Project?

You are planning on building your dream home or perhaps are planning to remodel an existing building. While you may want to manage the entire project yourself, it is somewhat complex with certain aspects of the build or remodel outside your expertise. Do you still do the job yourself or hire a project manager? The […]

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Does Our Legal Education Need Reform? The ABA Thinks So

The American legal profession, the American Bar Association (ABA), the nation’s law schools, the states’ Supreme Courts, etc., have collaborated for generations to develop a legal education system that until recently was admired all over the world. From the oldest law school in the world (a toss of between Harvard and Litchfield and William & […]

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The US Marshals Museum – A Few Interesting Facts

US Marshals are passionate about United States law and are required to put themselves in extremely high risk situations to protect their country. One of the key roles of US Marshals is searching for and apprehending fugitives. Following are interesting facts about this noble profession and US Marshals service career requirements. Career Requirements The US […]

False Confessions: How Can Forensic Psychologists Tell?

False Confessions: How Can Forensic Psychologists Tell?

Since 1992, the Innocence Project has freed nearly 300 people from imprisonment because the evidence in their original trials was shown to be tainted or false. In fact, a considerable number included actual confessions by the defendant, only to show afterwards that they were not speaking the truth. The role of the forensic psychologist is […]

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Cool New Technology In Criminal Justice Helps Close More Cases

There is little doubt that the criminal justice system has undergone a tremendous change over the past half century with the advent of new technology. From DNA evidence to greater use of video monitors to other advanced techniques have changed the face of how crimes are prosecuted. The use of new and ever advancing technology […]

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Medical Issues That Keep You Out Of The Miltiary

For those considering a career in the US Military, the benefits can certainly be outstanding along with the respect of serving your country. However, if you’re looking to join the military and have a pre-existing medical condition, then you might prevent you from joining. It is necessary that you tell your recruiter about all medical […]

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Is It Safe To Go To Latin America On Vacation?

Is Latin America a safe place to take a vacation for foreigners? The short answer is yes. The long answer is that there are places that can be dangerous and situations that you should avoid when visiting. Belize is considered one of the safest places in Latin America to vacation or even to live contrary […]

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Utah’s Newest Home for Learning about the Dead

Have you ever heard of mortuary science schools? Most of us have not and so this qualifies as an emerging trend in our 21st century world. Many questions that have sparked debates on such schools have been left unanswered and more research about this is being carried out to ascertain what these schools entail, why […]

Which Is More Stressful: Stock Broker Or Sports Management?

Which Is More Stressful: Stock Broker Or Sports Management?

Without a doubt, both professions; being a stock broker or entering into a sports manager career, come with their fair share of stress; basically most high paying, demanding positions do. But which is more stressful? A stockbroker is responsible for buying and selling securities and stocks for both organizations and individuals, a stressful situation because the […]

Is There a Scientific Basis for the Paleo Diet Craze?

Is There a Scientific Basis for the Paleo Diet Craze?

Once upon a time, human beings did not farm. We didn’t process grains into macaroni or make a goat’s milk into cheese. Nor did we work soil, plant wheat, and then grind the wheat into flour in order to bake bread. We most certainly did not squeeze the juice out of grapes and ferment it […]

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Engineering Jobs The Military Wants: What’s The Best?

The military actively hires motivated and highly skille d U.S. citizens in their offices in the states and all over the world. Applicants trained in engineering fields can demand the most lucrative salaries of all university graduates in the nation and military employment are fairly secure as well when compared to the private sector. Although […]

The Future Of 3D Printed Guns

The Future Of 3D Printed Guns

Recently, Motherboard released a trailer for a new documentary called ‘Click.Print.Gun’. This has garnered a lot of attention for the sole reason that guns are now being made in 3D printers! This is of course an extremely terrifying, yet kind of cool scenario that obviously has a host of problems. The documentary follows gun enthusiast […]

MIT’s Professor Yang Shao-Horn Working On The Next Generation Of Batteries

MIT’s Professor Yang Shao-Horn Working On The Next Generation Of Batteries

Yang Shao-Horn is a Gail E. Kendall professor of materials science and engineering at prestigious MIT (a top mechanical engineering school) and mechanical engineering involved in the cutting edge of fundamental energy science research. Her research is focused on discovering the magic formula at work inside batteries and fuel cells research that promises to address […]

Genetically Engineered E. Coli Bacteria Make Diesel Molecules

Genetically Engineered E. Coli Bacteria Make Diesel Molecules

British scientist’s have managed to coax the microbe to produce diesel replica hydrocarbons by engineering the genome of Escherichia (E) coli using genes from a number of sources. The team genetically altered E-coli bacteria in order to convert yeast extract and sugar into long chained hydrocarbons (aka diesel molecules), according to a statement reported via […]

UVic Biomedical Engineer Discovers A Way To “Outsmart” HIV

UVic Biomedical Engineer Discovers A Way To “Outsmart” HIV

Presently it is estimated that nearly 40 million people are carriers of HIV, and nearly 5 million more are infected each year. Because HIV is an ever-changing virus it is imperative that scientists development therapeutic treatments that are effective in the long run and learn how the virus mutates and develops medication resistance. Stephanie Willerth, […]