Credited for being the first scientist to successfully clone human embryonic stem cells and harvest new stem cells through a technique called somatic cell nuclear transfer, Korean scientist Hwang Woo-Suk made headlines worldwide.
According to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Information Digest 2004-2005 Edition, there are 26 nuclear reactors on university campuses around the United States which are aimed toward increasing research.
It has often been referred to as the ‘fourth branch of the U.S. government,’ and yet lobbying has continued to stay under the radar of many in the general public for some time.
The recent coal mining tragedies of Sago, W. Va. involving an explosion caused by disputed factors has caused an uproar against the mining company, the governor and the news media.
Dear potential U.S. military personnel,
As you go through high school, and those difficult years immediately after, you might be considering the military as a possible career option. You may be thinking about either enlisting into one of the country’s fo
The first legal TV show downloads put on the Internet last year by Apple and studios experimenting with the new media marked the beginning of the end of media as we know it.
Benjamin Franklin once said, ‘Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.’
The end of the year is generally when I turn the news off for a week or so because whether or not there is something to report, journalists like to turn their focus to history. Highlights of 2005 flood every news program and paper, with phrases like ‘The
The last time Congress unpacked the issue of the federal minimum wage, brought it into light and increased its former rate from $4.75 to its current rate of $5.15 was in 1997.
On Nov. 11, after it was announced that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services would no longer fund the UC Irvine Medical Center’s liver transplant program, Dr. Ralph Cygan, the chief executive officer of the UCIMC, wrote in a statement: