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Article ID: 1753

NASA University Research Centers' Conference

University of New Mexico

The latest in fuzzy logic, intelligent systems, remote sensing, global positioning systems, robotic space exploraton and other technologies developed for use in future space missions will be the focus of the 1997 NASA University Research Centers' Technical Conference on Education, Aeronautics, Space, Autonomy Earth and Environment scheduled for Feb. 16-19 at the Sheraton Uptown in Albuquerque, NM.

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Article ID: 1752

Sandia to Test Law Enforcement Technologies

Sandia National Laboratories

The National Institute of Justice announced this week that it has signed an agreement with Sandia National Laboratories to research and develop security technologies. In the past 20 years, Sandia has developed state-of-the- art physical security technologies-- design, and implementation of detection, entry control, delay, and response technologies-- as well as explosives detection and bomb disablement.

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Article ID: 1751

Adoptive parents favor opening sealed records

Cornell University

Parents of adopted children in New York are overwhelmingly in favor of laws that allow adult adoptees access to information in their birth certificates about their birth parents, according to a new Cornell University study.

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Article ID: 1750

Upstate New Yorkers open to NYC watershed deal

Cornell University

The resentment public officials feared would prevent a watershed agreement between New York City and municipalities along the Hudson River watershed was not very deep, a Cornell University study has found.

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Article ID: 1749

Foundation Reports On Business Schools: Damaging?

Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, Graduate School of Management

The 1959 Ford and Carnegie reports on business schools caused severe and probably permanent damage to business education, forcing it into a narrow and overly-theoretical mold, says dr. Carter Daniel, of Rutgers Graduate School of Management, in his forthcoming book "MBA: The First Century."

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Article ID: 1748

Do Black Women Managers Have To Act White?

Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, Graduate School of Management

Black women managers exhibit characteristics that give them exceptional strength, says Assistant Professor DT Ogilvie of Rutgers Graduate School of Management. They are more likely to have male-associated traits as well as female ones, to sense gender inequality strongly, to be able to handle several roles at once, and to break down traditional constraints.

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Article ID: 1759

Major Changes in Mineral Chemistry and Properties at High Pressures Seen

National Science Foundation (NSF)

Changes in the magnetic structure of minerals at high pressures might have significant implications for the structure and evolution of the Earth, and may have a significant impact on the planetís magnetic field.

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1-Feb-1997 12:00 AM EST
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Article ID: 1747

Asthmatic Children not Helped by Allergy Shots

Johns Hopkins Medicine

Johns Hopkins researchers have resolved a longstanding controversy by showing that allergy shots add little or no benefit to standard drug treatment for children with year-round moderate to severe asthma.

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Article ID: 1746

Latest Inpatient Data

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)

The Agency for Health Care Policy and Research today announced the availability of its Nationwide Inpatient Sample (NIS) Release 3, containing 1994 data on hospital inpatient care, conditions, services and costs.

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Article ID: 1745

Merger of U.S. and Russian Satellite GPS

University of Maine

A satellite-based positioning system used by hikers, farmers, pilots and scientists could double in size if Alfred Leick, University of Maine professor of spatial information science and engineering, can solve a problem stemming from the Cold War.

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