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Prof. @contreraslegals of @sjquinney & @uutah available to discuss implications of #SCOTUS ruling in #Tam case. #trademarks

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Researchers Determine Historical Buildings Not Connected to Fort Armstrong

A recent published paper puts to rest assumptions that three wooden structures were associated with the historic Fort Armstrong in Alabama.

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Susan B. Anthony to Wonder Woman--“Women’s Suffrage and the Media” Research Database Chronicles Right-to-Vote Movement

“Women’s Suffrage and the Media,” an online database and resource site launched this month, includes primary and secondary sources that chronicle and examine the suffrage movement as portrayed in news, propaganda, advertising, entertainment, and other aspects of public life.

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U.S.-Cuba: Trump Tightens Trade and Travel, Expert Weighs In

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'Documents that Changed the Way We Live': Podcast by UW's Joe Janes Now a Book

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A popular podcast by Joe Janes of the University of Washington Information School is now a book. "Documents that Changed the Way We Live" is being published this month by Rowman & Littlefield.

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Wichita State Student Makes Big Discovery During Anthropology Dig

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A Wichita State University anthropology student working on an archaeological site near Arkansas City, Kansas, has discovered an artifact dating back to the 1600s.

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Centenarians Have Lower Incidence of Chronic Illness, Contributing to Longer Health Span

GW researchers studied the life and health span of a group of centenarian World War II veterans at the VA medical center in Washington, D.C.

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Confederate Monuments, Prison Ed, Narco-Deforestation & More: Experts Talk

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D-Day Invasion Was Bolstered by UW–Madison Penicillin Project

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Seventy-three years ago Tuesday, on June 6, 1944, the D-Day invasion of Normandy was bolstered by millions of doses of a precious new substance: penicillin. On the other side of the Atlantic, researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and other institutions had spent the last three years pursuing advances in penicillin production.

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Higher Risk of Suicide among Israelis Who Immigrated during the Second World War from Countries Where Most Jews Were Murdered in the Holocaust

A new study held at the University among Holocaust survivors has revealed a specific population group with a high suicide rate. The study found that people who immigrated to Israel from countries where most of the Jewish population was murdered in the Holocaust, such as Germany, Austria, Poland, and Greece, show the highest suicide rates.







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