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Life Sciences - Mathematics - 08.07.2009
Attractive males release fewer sperm
Attractive males release fewer sperm per mating to maximise their chances of producing offspring across a range of females, according to a new paper on the evolution of ejaculation strategies.

Life Sciences - Mathematics - 08.07.2009
Attractive males release fewer sperm
Attractive males release fewer sperm per mating to maximise their chances of producing offspring across a range of females, according to a new paper on the evolution of ejaculation strategies.

Mathematics - Event - 16.06.2009
Prestigious prize for Imperial mathematician who solved 140 year old maths problem
Prestigious prize for Imperial mathematician who solved 140 year old maths problem
Prestigious prize for Imperial mathematician who solved 140 year old maths problem Professor Darren Crowdy commended for outstanding contribution to his field %0A " By Danielle Reeves Wednesday 17 Ju

Physics - Mathematics - 12.06.2009
Outreach programs encourage summer learning at Princeton
Students of all ages and teachers from New Jersey and beyond will be engaged in a summer of learning on the Princeton campus, taking part in outreach programs on subjects ranging from American constitutional history to modern molecular biology and genetics.

Economics / Business - Mathematics - 29.05.2009

Event - Mathematics - 29.05.2009
Graduate students lauded as excellent teachers
The Princeton Graduate School will present awards to six graduate students in recognition of their outstanding abilities as teachers.

Physics - Mathematics - 22.04.2009
'Sixty Symbols' unravelling the secret language of science
’Sixty Symbols’ unravelling the secret language of science
PA 113/09 It is the most famous scientific equation in history, framed by Einstein more than a century ago.

Mathematics - Physics - 03.04.2009

Environment - Mathematics - 24.03.2009
New satellite to measure deforestation
Scientists at the University of Sheffield are one step closer to launching a satellite mission to measure the biomass in the Earth´s forests.

Mathematics - Computer Science - 05.03.2009
Computer Scientists Deploy First Practical, Web-based Secure, Verifiable Voting System
Cambridge, Mass. March 5, 2009 - Computer scientists affiliated with the Center for Research on Computation and Society (CRCS), based at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), in collaboration with scientists at the Universit´┐oe Catholique de Louvain (UCL) in Belgium, deployed the first practical, web-based implementation of a secure, verifiable voting system for the presidential election held at UCL earlier this week.

Agronomy / Food Science - Mathematics - 04.03.2009
Linking fast food proximity to obesity
California's nearly 3 million 9th graders are at least 5.2 percent more likely to be obese if there is a fast food restaurant within a tenth of a mile of their school, according to a new study

Mathematics - 26.02.2009

Sport - Mathematics - 26.02.2009

Mechanical Engineering - Mathematics - 06.02.2009
Howard Stone Elected to the National Academy of Engineering
Cambridge, Mass. February 6, 2009 - Howard Stone, Vicky Joseph Professor of Engineering and Applied Mathematics at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE).

Health - Mathematics - 26.01.2009
Repeat pregnancies among teenagers on the increase
Repeat pregnancies among teenagers on the increase
PA 14/09 An expert in health services at The University of Nottingham is calling for urgent action to improve contraceptive advice and services to reduce the growing number of repeat teenage pregnancies in the United Kingdom.

Mathematics - Pedagogy - 16.01.2009

Mathematics - 12.01.2009
Mathematician John Stallings died last year at 73
San Francisco - Berkeley Psychologist Jack Block, 85, has died Positive prospects for California's green businesses, study finds Chancelllor Birgeneau announces senior-management transition plan

Physics - Mathematics - 08.01.2009
Researchers Control the Assembly of Nanobristles into Helical Clusters
Cambridge - Harvard - From the structure of DNA to nautical rope to distant spiral galaxies, helical forms are as abundant as they are useful in nature and manufacturing alike.
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