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Kenai Peninsula College: Around Campus

...instructor will be Dr. Gary A. Laursen, the director of the High Latitude Mycological Research Institute and a senior research scientist from Fairbanks. The course will be held from 6-9 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 11 in room 107 at KRC for classroom...
Refuge Notebook: Rutting moose and the social significance of antlers

...evolution and social significance of moose antlers is based on studies by the late Anthony "Tony" Bubenik, a Canadian research scientist and once a world renowned authority on horns and antlers. He once studied rutting moose on the Kenai Peninsula and...
Study links changing winds to warming in Pacific

...primarily to 'natural' processes are suspect and premature, at best."Johnstone and co-author Nathan Mantua, a research scientist with the NOAA Fisheries Service in Santa Cruz, California, pointed to the fact that one steep ocean warming period...
Space technology finds applications in Alaska

...that they'll be in and it would be relevant to our future NASA missions," says Dr. David Bubenheim, a senior research scientist at NASA Ames. "People get to use it and benefit from it, but it's valuable to us just being able to collect...
Whale of a calving season off southeast U.S. coast so far

...By early this week, about 30 right whales had been sighted in Southeast U.S. waters, said Amy Knowlton, research scientist with the New England Aquarium. Adult females migrate at this time from their summer feeding grounds off New England...

...years ago, they are still the oldest petroglyphs that have been dated in North America," said Benson, a national research scientist emeritus for the U.S. Geological Survey and curator of anthropology at the University of Colorado Natural History...
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Kodiak researcher happy with crab voyage

KODIAK (AP) -- A National Marine Fisheries Service crab research scientist said time recently spent on the research vessel Atlantis was a dream come true. Dr. Brad Stevens took part in the three-week...
Kenai Peninsula Online - Alaska Newspaper -

...sizes, the schools seem much less capable of controlling the violence and the fire-setting." Robert Balfanz, a research scientist at the Johns Hopkins Center for Social Organization of Schools, says the vandalism stems, in part, from the loss...
Kenai Peninsula Online - Alaska Newspaper -, the females likely are suffering from ''incest avoidance behavior,'' said Lance Barrett-Lennard, a research scientist at the Vancouver Aquarium in British Columbia who has worked with Matkin and other North Gulf Oceanic Society researchers...
Decoding Annie Parker

Opens Friday, May 2, 2014 Synopsis: The true story of American geneticist Mary-Claire King (Helen Hunt), and the friendship she forged with breast-cancer patient Annie Parker (Samantha Morton) while searching for the link between DNA and cancer. Parker was just 11 when she lost her mother to breast cancer. Seven years later, her father has passed away as well. Married to Paul (Aaron Paul) at 19, Annie is expecting her first child when her older sister, too, succumbs to the same disease that claimed their mother. Meanwhile, esteemed research scientist King is on the verge of a scientific breakthrough that could revolutionize cancer treatment and perhaps save Parker's life. But first King must convince her skeptical colleagues that some individuals are genetically predisposed to cancer -- a theory that's been largely rejected by the scientific community. Later, as an optimistic Parker fights to remain brave for the sake of her young son, the two women find their fates intertwined, and King makes a discovery that will forever alter the way that cancer is diagnosed and treated. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Samantha Morton, Helen Hunt, Aaron Paul, Alice Eve, Maggie Grace, Rashida Jones, Marley Shelton, Corey Stoll, Richard Schiff Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review


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