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Masterpiece Cube at Liberty Science Center Genius Gala
Talk about #tbt. Fred Cuellar of Diamond Cutters International presents the Masterpiece Cube to Erno Rubik at the inaugural Liberty Science Center Genius Gala. The Masterpiece Cube is currently…

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Archaeologists working on two small Caribbean islands have found artifacts intentionally buried beneath two 18th-century plantation houses. They appear to have been placed there for their spiritual power, protecting the inhabitants against harm, said John Chenoweth, a professor at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, in an interview with Live Science. The discoveries were made recently in the …

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SEO Is An Art Not A Science
http://stewartmedia.biz This week I have a look at another viewer's site and find some basics that lots of people seem to miss.

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Dr John O’Dea, President of Engineers Ireland, today called on the Government and Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) to prioritise investment in the area of regenerative medicine manufacturing technology to create jobs.

The calls come ahead of the Engineers Ireland annual conference in Sligo this week.

Ireland is one of five recognised centres of medtech excellence globally, an industry which is entering a new era of regenerative medicine.

Following the recent Irish Medicines Board approval of the cell manufacturing facility at NUI Galway, Ireland also boasts one of only six regenerative medicine institutes in Europe, which is approved to manufacture stem cell therapies for human use. This resource provides the foundation for strong engineering and manufacturing employment opportunities in this emerging area.

Speaking about the future of the biomedical industry in Ireland, John O’Dea, President of Engineers Ireland, said that we need to skill up now to embrace the opportunities, and leverage the worldwide recognition we enjoy for high-quality medical device and pharmaceutical manufacturing, The medical device industry is vital to Ireland’s economic growth and future. It is a heavily manufacturing-focused industry which currently employs in the region of 25,000 people and is close to export levels of E8 billion.

However we cannot become complacent as employment in the industry has remained stable over the past few years. A recent study by Johnson and Johnson suggests that the regenerative medicine market will exceed $10 billion by 2020, and Ireland has an opportunity to lead the progress in this field. Therefore we must ensure strategic focus is awarded to ensuring the right skills and facilities exist in order to be at the forefront of this game-changing advancement in medicine and medical technology.

The Engineers Ireland annual conference, entitled Collaborating to Engineer a Better Society’, will also address issues such as the challenge of doing business in Ireland, delivering Ireland’s resources and aligning engineering education with the skills needed by industry.

Leading international innovators in the field of medical technology, Prof Alain Cribier and engineer Mark Gelfand, will be addressing the gathering of engineers on new techniques in medicine and translating physiological mechanisms into therapeutic solutions.

The one and a half day event will also feature contributions from: Martin Curley, Vice President, Intel Corporation; Jerry Grant, Head of Asset Management, Irish Water; Dr James Browne, President, NUI Galway, George Mullan, CEO, SIS Pitches, Tommy Fanning, Senior Vice President and Manager, Engineering, Industrial and Clean Technologies Division, IDA Ireland; Emma McKendrick, CEO, PUNCH Consulting Engineers, Dr John Killeen, chairman, Marine Institute; Sean Casey, managing director, Bord Gis Networks The conference will be opened by the President of Engineers Ireland, Dr John O’Dea, CEO and founder of Crospon, one of Ireland’s leading indigenous medical-device companies.

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May 12, 2014

Image Caption: The Hubble Telescope as seen from NASA Space Shuttle STS-125 in May 2009. The Hubble Space Telescope was reborn with Servicing Mission 4 (SM4), the fifth and final servicing of the orbiting observatory. Credit: NASA

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On April 24, 1990, the space shuttle Discovery lifted off from Earth with the Hubble Space Telescope nestled securely in its bay. The following day, Hubble was released into space, ready to peer into the vast unknown of space.

NASAs Hubble Space Telescope recently marked its 24th year in space and to celebrate its 25th year, NASA is taking a look at some of the amazing statistics generated by the world-famous telescope.

Hubble has reinvigorated and reshaped our perception of space and uncovered a universe where almost anything seems possible within the laws of physics. Hubble has revealed properties of space and time that for most of human history were only probed in the imaginations of scientists and philosophers alike. Today, Hubble continues to provide views of cosmic wonders never before seen and is at the forefront of many new discoveries.

Shortly after Hubble was deployed in 1990, the observatorys primary mirror was discovered to have a flaw that affected the clarity of the telescopes early images. Astronauts repaired Hubble in December 1993. Including that trip, there have been five astronaut servicing missions to Hubble. The first servicing mission occurred Dec. 2-13, 1993. Subsequent servicing missions occurred on Feb. 11-21, 1997; Dec.19-27, 1999; March 1-12, 2002; and May 11-24, 2009.

Here are some statistics on the Hubble as of its 24th anniversary on April 24, 2014:

The Hubble Space Telescope is a project of international cooperation between NASA and the European Space Agency. NASAs Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, manages the telescope. The Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) in Baltimore conducts Hubble science operations. STScI is operated for NASA by the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy Inc., in Washington.

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The elderly owner of an NBA team spouts racist comments in private that are secretly being recorded. The league ends up punishing him, but is that enough? Should government do something to punish people who say such things?

Hateful and hurtful comments abound daily on the Internet. Sometimes people who harbor such feelings end up committing crimes. Should government monitor cyberspace and take action against such speech?

To students of the United States Constitution and its origins, the answers to such questions are clear. The nations Founding Fathers exhibited extraordinary wisdom when they added a Bill of Rights to the Constitution that included, in its First Amendment, a guarantee of free speech, free press and the free exercise of religion.

The natural inclination of most people in power is to suppress dissent and put an end to ideas that might threaten their power. But the Founders understood that ideas, like commerce, flourish best in a free marketplace, and that the best way to combat hatred and falsehood is to do so head-on, with logic, reason and persuasion.

That wisdom has become only more self-evident since their day.

A government that attempts to ban speech cannot ban the ideas behind that speech.

Left uncontested in societys dark corners, false and dangerous ideas can fester and grow until they burst again into view, too large to confront with reason. On the other end of the spectrum, a government concerned with speech may ban good ideas merely because it perceives them to be a threat.

Unfortunately, Americans are not born with an understanding of these fundamental notions of freedom. Each generation must confront them anew.

One of the most disturbing recent manifestations of this is a bill being sponsored by Sen. Edward J. Markey, D-Massachusetts, a member of the Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee. It would empower the federal government to analyze information on the use of telecommunications, including the Internet, broadcast television and radio, cable television, public access television, commercial mobile services and other electronic media, to advocate and encourage violent acts and the commission of crimes of hate.

This analysis would end with a report that includes recommendations for addressing such hate speech, as long as these are consistent with the First Amendment.

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In our opinion: Why government can't tackle hate speech without shredding First Amendment

The elderly owner of an NBA team spouts racist comments in private that are secretly being recorded. The league ends up punishing him, but is that enough? Should government do something to punish people who say such things?

Hateful and hurtful comments abound daily on the Internet. Sometimes people who harbor such feelings end up committing crimes. Should government monitor cyberspace and take action against such speech?

To students of the United States Constitution and its origins, the answers to such questions are clear. The nations Founding Fathers exhibited extraordinary wisdom when they added a Bill of Rights to the Constitution that included, in its First Amendment, a guarantee of free speech, free press and the free exercise of religion.

The natural inclination of most people in power is to suppress dissent and put an end to ideas that might threaten their power. But the Founders understood that ideas, like commerce, flourish best in a free marketplace, and that the best way to combat hatred and falsehood is to do so head-on, with logic, reason and persuasion.

That wisdom has become only more self-evident since their day.

A government that attempts to ban speech cannot ban the ideas behind that speech.

Left uncontested in societys dark corners, false and dangerous ideas can fester and grow until they burst again into view, too large to confront with reason. On the other end of the spectrum, a government concerned with speech may ban good ideas merely because it perceives them to be a threat.

Unfortunately, Americans are not born with an understanding of these fundamental notions of freedom. Each generation must confront them anew.

One of the most disturbing recent manifestations of this is a bill being sponsored by Sen. Edward J. Markey, D-Massachusetts, a member of the Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee. It would empower the federal government to analyze information on the use of telecommunications, including the Internet, broadcast television and radio, cable television, public access television, commercial mobile services and other electronic media, to advocate and encourage violent acts and the commission of crimes of hate.

This analysis would end with a report that includes recommendations for addressing such hate speech, as long as these are consistent with the First Amendment.

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In our opinion: Can't tackle hate speech without shredding First Amendment

Every election, America faces a battle between two dominant political parties, which in turn divides America. We bicker about the opposing partys policies and are distracted by trivial matters. We then elect a new president who typically behaves similarly to the one prior. Four or eight years down the road, half the country regrets who they cast their vote for. This scenario has essentially been an ongoing ordeal for decades. The American people have let the establishment of the two dominating parties overshadow the possibility ofnew voices in American politics. But there is a fresh alternative to the Democrats and Republicans we have all come to love and hate: Libertarians.

Putting aside talking points from watching an hour of MSNBC or Fox News, what are the legitimate differences between Democrats and Republicans? Well, lets start with Americas history of military interventionism. Many people consider Democrats to be anti-war, whereas Republicans are considered warmongers hence the anti-Condoleezza Rice sentiment among the University faculty. However, since World War II, history in the White House has shown an overwhelming pursuit of war, regardless of which party held office.

For example, our current president continues Middle Eastern interventionism, global spying programs and unrestricted drone use, and he is a Democrat. Somalia intervention was under Bill Clinton, a Democrat. The Iraq and Afghanistan wars were under George W. Bush, a Republican. The Gulf War was under the President Bush senior, also a Republican. The Vietnam War was started under John F. Kennedy and continued through Johnsons administration. Both were Democrats. It was Franklin D. Roosevelt who established the Japanese internment camps across the United States through executive order. The striking similarity in both parties foreign policy suggests the need for a new party that would boldly proclaim their pro-diplomacy, pro-peace and anti-war policies.

Similarly, both political parties have enacted social programs costing the nation billions of dollars, which hinder prosperity. Social Security was established by FDR in light of the depression to secure finances for most Americans. A program generally deemed successful in the 20th century, is now seen as one of the largest threats to the nations financial wellbeing. Today, the pool of resources set aside to pay for Social Security is used for other back-door deals in Washington. We are a generation of taxpayers who are paying into a system we will not redeem the benefits from. A modern example of this is the Affordable Healthcare Act, or Obamacare. Our current Democratic president championed this health care reform package, but the idea of universal health care in America actually stemmed from the circles of D.C. Republicans some decades ago. A social program championed by Republicans that has already failed is the No Child Left Behind Act. This system of standardized testing in public schools was scrapped under the Obama administration from the 2009 stimulus package. It was replaced by a new system of standardized tests called the Common Core. These complicated social programs work against liberty and prosperity, the essential principles of libertarianism.

Democrats and Republicans have been on the wrong side of history for quite some time, whereas Libertarians have been consistent in advocating for all liberties for decades. Years before it was even mentioned in democratic circles, libertarians have been advocating for marriage rights due to their understanding that the government does not belong in ones bedroom. Similarly, as the United States has increased its war on drugs especially since the Reagan administration, libertarians have been advocating for the decriminalization of marijuana. This comes out of concern over Americas astronomical incarceration rate. In light of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars when the two main parties united, libertarians stood strong and opposed the Mid-East conflicts.

The Libertarian Party has the potential to be the party of grand compromise in a time when America could use it most. As the nation is split between which liberties to advocate for, economic or social, libertarians advocate for both. Seeing liberty as a whole truth, you will always find a libertarian that stands for transparency, privacy, individual rights, prosperity and peace.

Matthew Boyer is a School of Arts and Science sophomore with a major in political science and a minor in German. His column, Legalizing Life, runs on alternate Wednesdays.

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The Foreign Affairs Minister of the Marshall Islands, a country which suffers a great deal from climate change impact, tell EurActiv’s Tanka Milevska what his country needs from the developing world in terms ofdecarbonisationand stronger climate ambitions.

Tony DeBrumis the Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of the Marshall Islands

What is the current situation in your country and what are the main challenges youre facing?

We brought Commissioner ConnieHedegaardto the Marshall Islands in September for our Pacific Forum meeting and she saw first-hand what it means to be a small island barely two metres above sea level. Weve going through extended droughts in the North.In the South we were suffering from high tides, which closed down our airport. The situation is affecting food security, its affecting everything. The tides are washing away much of the shoreline in the main populated areas, high tides are wiping out homes and gardens and other public facilities like schools. They are also waking up the dead, literally,undermining the graveyards and exposing the bodies, the skeletons. Recently 26 bodies were exposed. These conditions not only affects the country in physical terms but also in terms of long-term plans for development and keeping up with the requirements for energy and water. Having said all that, here we are trying to work hard on climate change with our big development partners.

What do you need?

We need to clarify what the ambitions are for the big countries. The EU wants to lock in some of the goals for 2030 but there needs to be flexibility to reflect the fact science will get better over time.We think that should be shortened, 2025 is much better than 2030,and that would be something that the EU can easily accept. We are aware that the United States seems to be amenable to such an idea, and if those two agree, the rest of the world would fall in place we think.

Clarification on climate change financinghas been a long time coming. We need to make sure that the vulnerable countries have a way to deal with this threat. To not only safeguard what they have now, but also plan for the future. What happens if this rise in sea levels is uncontrollable? We ought to think about it and discusswhat aspects of development not threatened by climate changewe can secure.

In our own small sort of way, the Pacific Islands have, in co-operation with the EU, been engaged in energy projects that contribute to decarbonising the world, including thesolarisationof the Marshall Islands. We are also talking about solar-to-grid improvements in our main operationcentres, not just theMarshalls, but the Pacific Islands, with assistance from the EU.Were talking about a revamping of our transportation requirements. We need to support our islands with shipping and that requires fossil fuels and when it comes to fossil fuels were at the farthest end of the pipeline that you can be. Weare also at the bad end of the pipeline when it comes to energy production. So we want to try and find solutions to those things with our EU friends.

What are your expectations for the upcoming climate conference in Paris in 2015?

We have to have something enforceable by Paris. We think we have the opportunity and the science and we understand what needs to be done. All we need is a bit more political will to agree that something enforceable and binding must be agreed upon by the Paris meeting.

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Contact: Anita Srikameswaran SrikamAV@upmc.edu 412-578-9193 University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences

PITTSBURGH, April 30, 2014 Damaged leg muscles grew stronger and showed signs of regeneration in three out of five men whose old injuries were surgically implanted with extracellular matrix (ECM) derived from pig bladder, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine. Early findings from a human trial of the process and from animal studies were published today in Science Translational Medicine.

When a large volume of muscle is lost, typically due to trauma, the body cannot sufficiently respond to replace it, explained senior investigator Stephen F. Badylak, D.V.M., Ph.D., M.D., professor of surgery at Pitt and deputy director of the McGowan Institute, a joint effort of Pitt and UPMC. Instead, scar tissue can form that significantly impairs strength and function.

Pig bladder ECM has been used for many years as the basis for medical products for hernia repair and treatment of skin ulcers. It is the biologic scaffold that remains left behind after cells have been removed. Previous research conducted by Dr. Badylak’s team suggested that ECM also could be used to regenerate lost muscle by placing the material in the injury site where it signals the body to recruit stem and other progenitor cells to rebuild healthy tissue.

“This new study is the first to show replacement of new functional muscle tissue in humans, and we’re very excited by its potential,” Dr. Badylak said. “These are patients who can’t walk anymore, can’t get out of a car, can’t get up and down from a chair, can’t take steps without falling. Now we might have a way of helping them get better.”

For the Muscle Tendon Tissue Unit Repair and Reinforcement Reconstructive Surgery Research Study, which is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense and is continuing to enroll new participants, five men who had at least six months earlier lost at least 25 percent of leg muscle volume and function compared to the uninjured limb underwent a customized regimen of physical therapy for 12 to 26 weeks until their function and strength plateaued for a minimum of two weeks.

Then, study lead surgeon J. Peter Rubin, M.D., UPMC Professor and chair of plastic surgery, Pitt School of Medicine, surgically implanted a “quilt” of compressed ECM sheets designed to fill into their injury sites. Within 48 hours of the operation, the participants resumed physical therapy for up to 26 additional weeks.

The researchers found that three of the participants, two of whom had thigh injuries and one a calf injury, were stronger by 20 percent or more six months after the surgery. One thigh-injured patient improved on the “single hop test” by 1,820 percent, and the other had a 352 percent improvement in a chair lift test and a 417 percent improvement in the single-leg squat test. Biopsies and scans all indicated that muscle growth had occurred. Two other participants with calf injuries did not have such dramatic results, but both improved on at least one functional measure and said they felt better.

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Michael Blade's Transhuman Singularity Blog
Re-branding of the Transhuman Singularity a cool website blog about Transhumanism, the Technological Singualrity, Science Fiction and Futurology by internet blogger Michael Blade.

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Gallagher as Emanuel Plaine in Altered States of Plaine.

Despite expensive anomalies like The Matrix and Inception, which found huge audiences for densely scripted plotlines, studios still regularly hand Michael Bay the annual GDP of French Guiana.

Science fiction is hard, but making fart jokes with giant robots is easy. It’s the corporate equivalent of having Eggos for dinner. Altered States of Plaine, like indies Pi and Primer, harbors ambition that towers over its super-saver discount budget.

Director Nick Gaglia hides the actual rough edges of the production with the artistic rough edges of handheld cameras, slow shutter speeds, and tight, low-angle close-ups that favor his charismatic actors. The transition between the blue-grays of the city and the saturated yellows of the desert are as disorienting as the main character’s problem. Whenever Emanuel Plaine (George Gallagher, who co-wrote the script) falls asleep, his body teleports to a random point on Earth, raptured away without clothing or possessions.

In the film’s opening moments, he awakens naked on a New York subway, screaming in full panic, just as confused as the audience. During an apartment B&E to steal clothing, he saves a young prostitute named Violet (Kether Donohue) from a violent john, and eventually convinces her to drive him to Maryland to plead for help from a physics professor whose work entails the teleportation of photons.

The script, only occasionally clumsy, errs on the side of mystery, leaving open the question of whether Emanuel is insane or transhuman until the final moments.

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Today, businesses rise, fall, or stay afloat, in large part due to their Internet visibility. Never has it been more crucial for firms to hire marketing experts with expertise specific to online venues. Putting together a team of marketing experts, specifically for the maintenance and promotion of a company’s online presence may have seemed prohibitive in cost, if not a tad eccentric, a few decades ago. Smaller companies in particular would have eschewed the SEO firm in favor of doing it themselves. Nor was it such a bad idea in bygone decades. As long as one recognized which keywords were apt to be noticed and used them in the prescribed density, one was likely to get a reasonable portion of Internet traffic.

However, the science of ranking websites via search engines, otherwise known as search engine optimization, is far more complicated these days. Changes on sites like Google are up-to-the-minute. It’s not enough these days to stuff some keywords into an ad. Rankings can change in the blink of an eye. That is why the best online businesses have in house specialists, or companies on retainer, specifically to attend to the company’s website ranking.

While good SEO help should not be outrageous in price, one should nonetheless be willing to allocate a fair sized slice of one’s online budgetary pie to the task of optimization. It’s important to remember that millions from every corner of the globe log onto the Internet every minute. The biggest cost to today’s would-be successful business person would be in ignoring this precious resource.

A good SEO company, or specialist, will use every resource at their disposal to put their client’s site at the top of the search engine heap. Naturally, it starts with devising that just-right list of keywords. But, it doesn’t stop there. Great SEO pros know how to create copy that is search-site friendly. This key-word dense content provides back-links to other cyber-sites, creating a tentacled map of cyber-locations, all leading back to their client’s site. It’s as if a real-world location had a thousand signs with mega-watt arrows all pointing at their business.

As useful, as getting a business’s name out there is, however, the best SEO specialists know that being seen is a mere portion of the battle. To make it online, one has to be seen on the right sites.

The best places include the largest search engine directories. With inclusion comes the ability to ping these directories, not simply as a heads up regarding new sites, but also as a means of casting updated sites in a fresh light.

Another best locale, where great SEOs hang out their client’s URL to get it noticed, is at those portals and websites that offer services that either match or complement those their client offers. When all this sort of web address seeding is done carefully and well rankings rise accordingly.

Keeping their client’s businesses ranking high is naturally high on the list of what top-of-the-heap SEO specialists do. However, they have other equally important services to offer. Promotion is one such service. SEO professionals promote their client’s sites in a variety of ways, including via articles, press releases and blog entries. Good SEO pros keep an updated list of e-zines, review sites, forums, blogs, article repositories and social sites relevant to their client’s needs. They know which ones are regarded as the hippest and most relevant. Dedicated and far-seeing SEO devise keyword dense text and inseminate it across the web using those venues most likely to attract searchers of their client’s particular product or service.

Whereas other staff, loaded down with other concerns, might push a detail such as updating a sub-heading or meta tag to the bottom of their list of things to do, SEO specialists trained and hired specifically to attend to such details will not. Such SEO specialists are all too aware that just as the Internet and its search engines are constantly being refreshed so must the text and other tools with which they germinate the Internet be refreshed as well.

A goodly part of keeping a business presence online fresh and relevant involves research. Data analysis is a third and clearly essential manner in which the best SEO specialists serve the best interests of their clients. Good optimizers realize the top portion of the SERP(search engine result page) is where every client wishes to find his business. SERPS, like every other aspect of the Internet, can change at almost lightning speed. SEO specialists know that every tool at their disposal, from the smallest meta tag on up, should be regularly scrutinized vis a vis the most current in market trends. By constantly examining their client’s site content with a view as to what’s hottest in marketing trends, thereby weeding out poor performers and pushing forward the best, site visibility is enhanced. Traffic is assured, while popularity and Internet buzz promoted.

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A New View of Deep Space by the Hubble Telescope | ESA Science
More space news and info at: – this new 14-hour exposure shows objects around a billion times fainter than can be seen with the naked eye. Taken by the NASA/…

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Liberty Science Center Partners in Science: In-Depth Look
High School Student Learns How to Clone a Gene during Summer Research Experience at UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Piscataway, NJ — Vineel Chakrad. How will health insurance markets…

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Beyond Rubik's Cube Design Team Interview – Hayyim
Our Beyond Rubik's Cube design team has spent years developing the world's first Rubik's Cube exhibition. All that hard work is finally coming to fruition, s…

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Roderick Long: Eudaimonism, Libertarianism, and Science Fiction
Kyle Platt catches up with Prof. Roderick Long before his talk at the University of Oklahoma. They discuss why Eudaimonism is compatible with a libertarian p…

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Political Science: Const Law: Civil Liberties
Investigation of the Supreme Court's interpretation of the First Amendment, rights of the accused, and the right to privacy. Prerequisite: POLS 021.

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Sarasota, Florida (PRWEB) April 12, 2014

Jonathan Greco, MD will speak on the subject of regenerative medicine on Monday, April 14th at the Savannah Grand Senior Community in Sarasota, Florida. Dr. Greco is a leading physician in Regenerative Medicine, a rapidly growing field that offers alternatives to invasive surgeries. Titled “Keeping Your Own Hardware – Alternatives to Joint Replacement” the presentation will begin at 11:30 a.m. and include a question and answer session, and there is no charge.

Every day there are breakthroughs in the science of regenerative medicine, which is really exciting and promising for patients who are in pain, said Dr. Greco. Surgery is always an option, but we are trying to restore health through these new technologies, which involve far less stress and strain on the body.

Advances in PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) and CRP (C-Reactive Protein) therapies are offering realistic and effective treatments that can actually repair damage to joints from normal aging and injuries.

Dr. Greco graduated from the Pennsylvania State University and Drexel University School of Medicine with advanced work at the Medical College of Pennsylvania Hospital and the Philadelphia Veteran’s Administration Hospital. Certifications include American Board of Clinical Lipidology, American Board of Internal Medicine, and the National Board of Medical Examiners. Licensed in Florida and Pennsylvania, Dr. Greco has numerous published cases and research papers and is nationally renowned in regenerative medicine.

The Savannah Grand of Sarasota is located at 7130 Beneva Road | Sarasota, FL 34238 | Phone: 941-404-1473.

Dr. Grecos office is located at 1990 Main Street, | Suite 700 | Sarasota, FL 34236 | Phone 941-952-3300 | http://www.kneepainflorida.com.

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Science Minute 5 Transhuman Soldiers And Synthetic Genes
In this Science Minute the pentagon wants transhuman soldiers and synthetic genetic codes. This webcast is uncensored. The Fortean Slip Facebook Group Page h…

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