“There but for the grace of God, go I.” The world is witnessing the largest displacement of people escaping unconscionable atrocities, wars, conflicts, genocides, religious persecution, and hunger. In the Mediterranean area alone millions are displaced due to the Syrian conflict. Who would dare risk their own lives let alone the lives of their children … Continue reading
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ArchaeoVentures: A Digger & A Diver Chisel Through to the 21st Century for Women In Science
Katie Paul and Justine Benanty, founders of ArchaeoVentures, launch today a weekly online video series to advance women in science beyond the stereotypes to feature lively dialogue on current scientific archeological research both in the ground and underwater and in environments with increasingly global political, humanitarian, and environmental challenges. An Anthropologist and Archaeologist, Paul, … Continue reading
Will RoosterBio and 3-D BioPrinting Change Modern Medicine?
Jon Rowley, founder of RoosterBio, enables the next generation of medicine with mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) for Regenerative Medicine and 3-D Bioprinting. RoosterBio’s innovative stem cell products changes the landscape for biomedical research scientists from one of scarcity to abundance with an unlimited field of opportunities to help the human body with an injury or disease … Continue reading
Does Slime Mold Hold the Secrets to the Power of Social Media
“The origins of life is at the edge of order and chaos.” Dr. Joseph Cambry
First the butterfly theory of chaos, now slime mold? Perhaps, the unexpected and inconspicuous slime mold explains connectivity in nature as well as in human nature as seen through the power of social media.
Greece: Mini-Learning Vacations for Cultural Heritage Professionals
Interested in a unique authentic learning vacation in a small Greek village surrounded by olive trees, history and culture?
Cultural heritage professionals are joining to learn best practices, techniques and share expertise at the DIADRASIS seminar in Gatzea, Pellon, Greece – approximately four – five hours outside of Athens along the coastline – at the Olive Musuem for a long weekend in August and again for a week longer session in September. Continue reading
Anita Roddick: Managing Success
Anita Roddick on Managing Success
“What every entrepreneurial company needs is crazy people reshaping strategies, coming up with ideas, constantly experimenting. For an entrepreneur to maintain a sense of entrepreneurship, there should be half a dozen … ” Continue reading
ThingLink: Innovation at Its Best – Creative, Engaging and Global
Innovators, risk what is accepted for what is possible, with no boundaries, no limits. ThingLink is the next frontier on experiencing what is possible in exchanging information on the web, whether for education, news or entertainment and most certainly for businesses to present their brand and engage with their customers with measurable results. ThingLink began in … Continue reading
Inuit Artist Speaks of Melting Ice
Mattiusi Iyaituk, a gentle small figure steps forward to share a story of a life evaporating as quickly as the snow melts to make way for spring. As much as the South has done everything possible to erradicate the culture of the North, perhaps one of the lasting legacies of the Inuit artists will be to actually help the South. Continue reading
Dr. Gary Vikan, director of the Walters Art Museum, on Leadership
Dr. Gary Vikan, director of the Walters Art Museum, speaking on leadership. Continue reading
A Bucket of White Paint for 100 Cities
NPR’s Talk of the Nation interviews Hashem Akbari, senior scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, following Secretary Steven Chu’s comments on white roofs and white top roads in The Economist. It is a further explanation of the value of white roofs and white top roads. Listen to the interview. Continue reading