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Making medicines at Big Biology Day 2014

Whether you have a sore throat, a headache, or fall over and hurt yourself, to ease the pain you might take a painkiller. Paracetamol, ibuprofen, aspirin… you swallow a couple with water and after about 20 minutes your symptoms start to disappear! 379 more words


Sexual Histories, Scholarly Communities: A Dispatch from the John D’Emilio Symposium

By Ian Darnell

On September 12, the Gender and Women’s Studies Program at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) held a symposium to honor the career of Professor Emeritus John D’Emilio. 1,295 more words

History Of Sexuality

Digital Humanities - what is it good for?

Looking at a number of sites intended to ask new research questions, and facilitate new research methods, a number of defining features of Digital Humanities projects have become apparent. 394 more words

New tools you can use for smart grid consumer education

Care of Smart Grid News…

With surveys over the past few years showing roughly half of electricity customers are aware of the smart grid, it is apparent some new approaches are in order to help them understand its benefits. 30 more words

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Big Energy Saving Week: 20 - 24 October 2014

Energy bills are the top financial concern for households, Big Energy Saving Week highlights positive, practical actions that will help you take control of bills and save energy. 93 more words