As NSF grant ends, ASU-led Sustainable Phosphorus Alliance continues to grow – Arizona State University

As NSF grant ends, ASU-led Sustainable Phosphorus Alliance continues to grow – Arizona State University

Arizona State University As NSF grant ends, ASU-led Sustainable Phosphorus Alliance continues to growArizona State UniversityFollowing a five-year National Science Foundation grant, the Sustainable Phosphorus Alliance continues to grow to take on the phosphorus problem in the global food system. Phosphorus, a basic element found in all living things, enables modern …

Freelancing in Africa: A Trend Invading the Continent – Africa.com

Freelancing in Africa: A Trend Invading the Continent – Africa.com

A Trend Attracting African Youth Today, in most of African countries, the job market is difficult, especially for young graduates. Without being able to find a job that suits them, young graduates are increasingly moving towards the creation of their personal activity. For the more experienced, it can be a combination with a job or […]

Opportunities Amid the Obstacles – Inside Higher Ed

Opportunities Amid the Obstacles – Inside Higher Ed

Inside Higher Ed Opportunities Amid the ObstaclesInside Higher EdOver the archway to the Ben Youssef Madrasa in Marrakech, Morocco appears the following inscription: “You who enter my door, may your highest hopes be exceeded.” As students preparing for careers in religion, law and science were welcomed to this …

Homo sapiens 135000 years older than previously believed – Livemint

Homo sapiens 135000 years older than previously believed – Livemint

File photo of an ethnic group in South Africa. The new study and fossil discoveries from Morocco throw fresh light on the origin of Homo sapiens which was earlier throught to be 200,000 years ago. Photo: Schalk van Zuydam/AP Washington: Genetic data from the skeletal remains of seven people who lived centuries ago in South […]

Sunni North Africa concerned over Iran regime's meddling – Iran News Update

Sunni North Africa concerned over Iran regime's meddling – Iran News Update

Details Published: 28 October 2017 by Poorang Novak While the Islamic State is ousted from its strongholds in Iraq and Syria, it is continuing its battle in countries like Morocco, Algeria and Egypt. The Egyptian military announced on October 16th, that six soldiers and at least 24 IS militants were killed in attacks on military outposts in […]

What's Happening in Jewish LA Oct. 27-Nov. 2 – Jewish Journal

What's Happening in Jewish LA Oct. 27-Nov. 2 – Jewish Journal

FRI OCT 27“AIDA’S SECRETS” This documentary tells the story of two brothers, now in their 70s, who remained unknown to each other for decades. They were separated as toddlers at the Bergen-Belsen displaced persons camp after World War II. The nephews of one brother reunite the two and film their story as the long-lost siblings […]

Personality: Lisa Lowe Walls – Richmond Free Press

Personality: Lisa Lowe Walls – Richmond Free Press

Lisa Lowe Walls loves food. She describes herself as a “pasta type of person” whose favorite meal is anything she doesn’t have to cook. With that combination, she also has the perfect volunteer role — coordinating the chefs for “Sauté & Sizzle: Richmond Men Are Cooking.” The annual fundraising event for the Rho Eta Omega […]

Noted leaders inducted into SF State Hall of Fame – SF State Campus Headlines

Noted leaders inducted into SF State Hall of Fame – SF State Campus Headlines

San Francisco State University President Leslie E. Wong and University community members will honor five outstanding alumni and a dedicated SF State volunteer and community leader on Friday, Nov. 3, at the annual President’s Dinner and Alumni Hall of Fame Celebration. The event will be held at the Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco. “Central to San Francisco […]

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