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When Doctors Without Borders began visiting remote, far-flung Nigerian villages to immunize residents last year, what they found was heartbreaking, unprecedented and mysterious. By the time they’d made their rounds, they’d discovered 400 infants and children in seven separate villages – all hours away from one another – had died excruciating deaths.
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When a pull-string talking Barbie uttered the words “math is hard” in the mid- 1990s, cries of outrage could be heard in both academic and feminist communities alike. But the harsh reality is that many students do find math hard and the methods for delivering the material confusing.
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This past June, the National Science Foundation awarded GoNano Technologies, Inc. a grant to help develop a commercial version of the Carbon Capture and RecycleTM process. Based on technology created by professors at the University of Idaho and Washington State University, this product could revolutionize treatment of carbon air pollution by converting it into useful products. The NSF grant is an indication that the federal government recognizes the importance of making the invention available in the marketplace.
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After being awarded the 2009 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, an honor earned four years running, community service and volunteerism has become synonymous with the University of Idaho.
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Each year, 20 Idaho residents are selected to begin their first year of medical school at the University of Idaho. They are part of the University of Washington School of Medicine’s regional medical education program, known as WWAMI, that produces many of the physicians who serve health care needs in Idaho and the Northwest. Now, University of Idaho leaders believe the regional medical education partnership is primed to grow to provide better access to medical care.
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