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Fellowship Grants Available For Women Scientists (NAPSA)—Women in science are asking some important questions. What if stroke victims could learn to regain mobility in the comfort of their own homes? What if a way could be found to restore functions in a damaged brain? What if color could help supply electricity? These are a few of the questions that the recipients of this year’s L’Oréal USA Fellowships For Women In Science Program are asking and working to answer. The program helps raise awareness of the contribution of women to the sciences, and identifies exceptional female researchers in the U.S. to serve as role models for younger generations. Here are the women who were selected by an interdisciplinary review panel and a distinguished jury of eminent scientists and engineers: •Dr. Trisha Andrew, 26, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA—organic chemist in the field of organic electronics. The Fellowship will help Dr. Andrew investigate the interaction of organic chromophores with interesting optoelectronic materials known as “quantum dots,” which hopefully will lead to a different kind of solar energy. •Dr. Tijana Ivanovic, 35, Harvard Medical School, working at University of Colorado at Boulder as a virologist studying virus entry into cells. The grant will enable Dr. Ivanovic to build a custom Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence (TIRF) microscope and use it to study the fusion mechanism of the influenza virus by visualizing the fusion process of individual virus particles in real time. •Dr. Karlin Bark, 30, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA—mechanical engineer in the

A grant program helps women scientists conduct research. field of haptics. The Fellowship will allow Dr. Bark to study the potential use of haptic feedback in stroke rehabilitation. She will work alongside clinical specialists at the Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute to develop, refine and test an affordable upper-limb rehabilitation system that can be used in clinics and homes to assist stroke survivors in retraining the motor pathways needed to complete everyday tasks. •Dr. Sasha Devore, 31, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY—neuroscientist examining health sciences and technology. With the support of the grant, Dr. Devore will employ techniques for selectively activating and recording the behavior of neurons in order to study the function of feedback pathways in sensory processing. Numerous neurological diseases and disorders are linked with dysfunction in the brain’s feedback pathways and are typically accompanied by impairments in sensory processing. •Dr. R. Blythe Towal, 27, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA—biomedical engineer in the field of computational neuroscience. The Fellowship will allow Dr. Towal to design and build novel instruments to measure human eye movements during nor-

mal, active-sensing behavior as opposed to the highly artificial conditions of the laboratory. She hopes that these experiments will lead not only to improved robotic technologies, but also to a deeper understanding of information processing in the nervous system. Entering its ninth year, this national program annually recognizes and provides support to five postdoctoral women researchers in the U.S. who are pursuing careers in the life and physical/material sciences, as well as mathematics, engineering and computer science. Recipients receive up to $60,000 to apply toward their postdoctoral research to further help them achieve their goals. Since its inception, the program has awarded 40 Fellowships to women scientists across the U.S. Each year, the program attracts talented applicants from diverse scientific fields, representing some of the nation’s leading academic institutions and laboratories. The recipients attend an awards ceremony and professional development workshops, media training and receive networking opportunities. In 2012, these workshops, which are facilitated by the program’s partner, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), will encompass job search techniques, interviewing skills, budget development for grant requests and strategies for submissions to peer-reviewed publications. The Fellowship program is open only to women postdoctoral researchers. For more information, visit womeninscience or on Facebook. c o m / L o r e a l U S A f o r Wo m e n i n Science.

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ith caviar commanding some 600 dollars a pound at wholesale we might think the luxury caviar trade is booming. But with the sturgeon population, whose eggs produce the highly desired black caviar, plunging by some 99 PERCENT, in the last 15 years, the glory days in the caviar business were clouding rapidly. To the rescue…an eclectic group of some forward thinking countries from China, to Spain, to Finland to the United Arab Emirates are now in the business of FARMING STURGEON. Thus the Russian and Iranian caviar producers of yesterday and today, will, in a few years, be joined by a new group of aggressive merchants marketing the luxury delicacy. Of course, since the sturgeon is a relatively slow maturing finny friend it will take a few years to bring the new entries , from around the world, to the marketplace. It takes about eight years for the sex of a sturgeon to unfold, and then it is another five years for the female to reach ovulation. That’s the point at which the fish is killed and the eggs removed. The key things in “ farming” is to watch for safety and cleanliness of the farms. Also whether the farmers allow nature to take its course or try to push maturation such as overfeeding or injecting uncalled for oxygen in the process. Past farming of fish like salmon and tilapia often revealed the use of many shortcuts which make the end product suspect. For the caviar lovers among us here’s hoping these new farmers have learned a lesson. (This community service represents the views of Jules W. Rabin only)



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A Wintry Mix Of Recreation (NAPSA)—Don’t be discouraged by wintry weather if you’re looking for outdoor fun. Some locations have a lot to offer during the colder months. For example, the Valley Forge area of Pennsylvania, 18 miles outside Philadelphia, offers plenty of outdoor thrills when the weather chills. From Spring Mountain Adventures in Schwenksville to the trails at Valley Forge National Historical Park, the destination offers a wintry mix of outdoor recreation. Ski Slopes Eight ski slopes at Spring Mountain Adventures traverse Montgomery County’s highest peak and two separate runs are exclusive to downhill snowtubing. This intimate mountain, complete with canopy tours and more, is the perfect place to learn to ski and snowboard, and its conditions are always just right, thanks to state-of-the-art snowmaking. Sledding When Mother Nature provides the precipitation, sleds and toboggans are welcome at the popular 400-foot slope, near lot five in the Militia Hill Day Use area at Fort Washington State Park. The park, located in Springfield and Whitemarsh Townships, offers daily updates on the hill’s conditions via Ice Fishing To the north, at Green Lane Park, hiking the many county trails is common and ice-skaters take to the lake when the conditions are just right. Anxious

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Bridging Infrastructure Needs And Funds (NAPSA)—While allocating the funds needed to rebuild or replace deficient bridges is a significant challenge for the nation, discovering new ways to do more for America’s bridge infrastructure with fewer resources is the challenge—and an opportunity—for those who design, engineer and build bridges. That’s especially true considering that more than one in four bridges in America is structurally deficient or functionally obsolete. “Bridges are first and foremost socioeconomic lifelines, vital to our economic health,” said Ted Zoli, national technical director for bridges at HNTB Corporation, an employee-owned infrastructure firm. “They bring people and goods together and if they fail, we fail. It’s necessary that we see bridges for what they are: a durable investment in our future.” According to a recent survey by Kelton Research, a majority of Americans believe most U.S. bridges are in poor condition and nearly three-quarters think they are not inspected as often and thoroughly as they should be. “It’s true much of the nation’s bridge infrastructure—built in the middle of the last century as public works projects or as state highways expanded and the Interstate Highway System was constructed—is reaching the end of its anticipated life,” Zoli said. “However, the vast majority of these structures remain sound and they undergo regular inspections to maintain safety.” While Americans tend to underestimate the average life span of a bridge (36 years versus the actual 50 to 75 years), a majority agrees that most bridges are safe (65 percent). Concern, however, runs higher in rural areas, as 50 percent assume the bulk of the nation’s bridges are unsafe versus 33 percent in more

Innovation and creativity play an increasingly essential role in modern bridge design and engineering. populated areas. More rural Americans also worry that most bridges are in poor condition. One of the biggest problems facing the nation’s bridges is how to pay for the repair and the replacement of deficient structures, as well as the routine inspection and maintenance of bridges. Traditional state and federal gas tax revenue is in steep decline due to the increased fuel efficiency of vehicles while departments of transportation are facing severe budget cuts. “We need to leverage new and improved ways of identifying and financing infrastructure, as well as to develop new strategies to design and deliver bridges more efficiently,” Zoli said. Many Americans agree. Nearly half said in the future they would prefer to pay for the maintenance of existing bridges and construction of new ones through more tolls rather than higher sales taxes, higher gas taxes or higher property taxes. “Bridges help define our sense of place, enhance our quality of life and contribute to our economic vitality. Preserving, protecting and improving them are investments worth making,” Zoli added. For more information, visit


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HGTV Host Emily Henderson Shares Secrets For Seasonal Home Styling (NAPSA)—When the weather outside is frightful, a cozy home is so delightful. Emily Henderson, HGTV “Design Star” winner and host of “Secrets From A Stylist,” shares her tips for creating a winter wonderland with timeless items from the Lands’ End Home Collection. “Whether hosting holiday festivities or an afternoon of winter fun, it can be easy to create a warm, inviting atmosphere that encourages friends and family to relax, unwind and stay awhile,” says Henderson. “With just a few small changes, ordinary spaces can transform into a magical, memorable destination.” Here she shares her tips for creating a winter wonderland: 1. Keep it fresh. Fresh greenery is to winter what fresh flowers are to summer. Welcome guests indoors and out by hanging wreaths in the window with a ribbon for a classic, polished look. Instigate fun with family and friends with fresh mistletoe. Or infuse spaces with the scents of the season using scented candles and oil diffusers. 2. Make little changes for a big impact. Changing out accent pieces, such as pillows and throws, is a simple and affordable way to transform a space. Pieces like the Needlepoint Houndstooth Pillow Cover and the Let It Snow Pillow Cover from Lands’ End offer a festive pop of color in patterns that extend beyond the holiday season. Mix and match them with solids for a bold statement. 3. Make it personal. Create a unique, inviting home with monogrammed items. Add initials to tablecloths, napkins and table runners to create an everyday gathering place that will be enjoyed all winter long. You can personalize throws and accent pillows for a living room that’s one of a kind. 4. Dial up the warmth. Incorporate soft, plush textures to

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Budget-Cutting Math That Does Not Add Up (NAPSA)—School districts across the country are doing the math in an effort to cut costs, but their equations may not always adequately factor in student safety. One way school districts have cut costs is by reducing or eliminating school transportation services—cutting routes and increasing the distance standards by which students qualify for transportation. These measures can have disastrous results, say worried parents, with students forced to walk on winding roads with no shoulders or sidewalks, cross busy highways and navigate dangerous city commutes. Cutting school bus transportation service also means more teens will drive to school, which statistics show is not the safest mode of transportation. According to the Department of Transportation, school-age children are about 50 times more likely to die traveling to school when they drive or ride with friends than if they take the bus. The more teens in the car, the better the odds of a crash, says a recent survey by the Allstate Foundation. Almost half of the teens polled admit to being distracted by their passengers. And other teenage passengers are not the only distraction. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that 46 percent of teens admit to texting while driving, which involves taking their eyes off the road and at least one hand off the steering wheel. Few teens travel—or

Without school buses, millions of children could be left with no way to safely and reliably arrive at school each day. drive—without their cell phone. Talking on a cell phone can significantly slow the reaction time of even an experienced driver. School buses are manufactured to meet special federal safety standards, which include reinforced sides, flashing red lights, crossview mirrors, a crossbar and stoparms. Bus drivers are professional drivers who carry a commercial driver’s license and who, in order to carry a School Bus Endorsement, undergo background checks prior to employment, receive specialized education and training, are subject to frequent driving record checks and are monitored by periodic medical exams. Every day, 475,000 school buses safely carry 25 million children—more than half of America’s schoolchildren—to school. The National Academy of Sciences and the U.S. Department of Transportation say that school buses are the safest form of transportation for getting children to and from school.


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Tips To Get Ready For A New Pet (NAPSA)—Whether you’re thinking of adopting a pet now or in the future, it’s never too early to prepare for your future family member. To ensure a smooth transition, it’s helpful to plan for the arrival of your new pet by putting together a shopping list, reorganizing your schedule to make time for your pet and even participating in activities that allow your family to interact with animals now. •Try a virtual pet—“The Sims 3 Pets,” the newest offering from one of the world’s most popular videogame franchises, will give your family the chance to care for—and even be—a virtual pet with personality traits and moods just like a real pet. Playing the game both entertains and sheds light on the responsibilities of caring for a pet, including scheduled feedings, playtime, training and even dealing with your pet’s unruly side. You can also take on the role of a pet to gain a new perspective and see the world through an animal’s eyes. The Sims 3 Pets, available now for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo 3DS, PC and Mac, will virtually help you prepare for your new family member. •Sponsor an animal—A great activity for the family is an adopt-an-animal package from a local zoo. By donating and registering for the adoption, you can foster a great relationship with animals while helping to support them at the zoo. The donation is even tax deductible. Another great option to engage your family with animals is to donate to a nonprofit organization such as the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and

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Take Your Movies With You (NAPSA)—Whether you’re braving the airport or packing the kids into the car, keeping yourself (and the entire family) occupied during flight delays and road trips can be the key to maintaining your holiday spirit. While games like “Angry Birds” can improve a short wait, when you have a few hours to kill, a movie or TV show may be your best weapon against boredom. Fortunately, cloud storage technology means you can take your entire movie collection with you when you travel—without taking up space in your luggage. What Is Cloud Storage? While cloud storage sounds like it has something to do with weather fronts or storm systems, it actually refers to saving data to an off-site storage locker (the cloud) instead of your computer’s hard drive. The Internet then provides the connection between you and what’s in your personal locker. One benefit of cloud storage is that you no longer have to worry about large files (such as movies) taking up space on your hard drive. Since you can access your personal locker from the Internet, you don’t have to be tied to your home computer to retrieve your files. Also, if your hard drive crashes, everything in your locker is protected. Movies To Go Recently, a new cloud-streaming service called UltraViolet was introduced. Backed by leading technology companies and major Hollywood studios, it provides consumers with a digital locker to store copies of purchased films and TV shows. Buyers of an UltraViolet-enabled title can then access their online digital library from iPhones, iPads, smartphones, laptops and other mobile devices. The system lets you share your movie collection with other members on

Cloud storage technology lets you take your entire movie collection with you when you travel. your account, even if you’re in one place and they’re elsewhere. The quickest way to get started is to set up a free account through, the first service that lets you collect, manage and access UltraViolet Digital Copies, either on the Flixster website or through a free downloadable app. Then you simply follow the instructions to add your movies to your digital locker. Current and upcoming UltraViolet-enabled titles include “Horrible Bosses,” “Green Lantern,” “Crazy Stupid Love,” “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2,” “Shameless” (the TV series), “Final Destination 5,” “The Smurfs,” “Friends With Benefits,” “Cowboys & Aliens,” “The Hangover: Part II,” “One Tree Hill: The Complete 8th Season,” “Underworld Trilogy: The Essential Collection,” “The Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption,” “Killer Elite” and “Honey 2.” The next time you plan to travel, store your home entertainment collection in the cloud where you can access it from anywhere—a gift that truly keeps on giving. Learn More For more information, go to and www.ultra

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T How Cloud Computing Is Helping Small Businesses Compete And Thrive (NAPSA)—In today’s economic climate, small businesses need every advantage they can find to get ahead. New technologies in the form of cloud computing are helping small businesses level the playing field against bigger competitors. Cloud computing makes it possible for companies to access powerful software applications via the Internet for a simple monthly fee. Because the applications are delivered via the Internet, every small business can get access to the same innovations and tools that bigger competitors have been using for years. For instance, Microsoft Corp. recently launched Microsoft Office 365, which brings together the company’s familiar Microsoft Office applications with its enterprise email, videoconferencing and other collaboration and communication capabilities delivered as a subscription service. Using the cloud can help your business do the following: 1. Build a “borderless office.” A good cloud service will connect you with colleagues and customers virtually anywhere via click-to-chat, videoconference or shared desktops, to work together whether you’re across town or around the globe. Eliminating unnecessary travel by using these online tools will not only save on costs, it will help you run a green business. Chaundra Smith, owner of Naturally Me, makes handcrafted, natural body care products in Durham, N.C. Using the cloud, she has set up a virtual team of consultants and staff members who all work together and collaborate in their “borderless” office. Tip: Look for a cloud service that lets you make PC-to-PC voice and video calls and hold online meetings on the fly. You’ll want to be able to share your desktop, online whiteboard and presentations with colleagues—as if you’re

Imagination Yoga uses cloud computing to connect effectively with schools to reach and teach more students. in the same room, even when you’re a city or continent away. 2. Work how you want, where you want. The cloud untethers you from your desk and keeps you connected wherever you are. Webenabled and offline access* to your important documents, email, contacts and calendars helps you stay nimble and responsive. Team members at high-performance carmaker and parts company Shelby American, Inc. in Las Vegas travel frequently around the globe and require remote connectivity** to collaborate on new product development. Cloud-based tools help everyone stay connected and keep the business moving while out of the office. Tip: Look for a cloud service that works on a PC, Mac and smartphone,** with consistent experience on each device. The best services help you edit spreadsheets, presentations and other documents with others in real time and view files from a browser or mobile device. 3. Invest in tomorrow without breaking the bank today. The cloud lets your small business run on the same technology that powers the Fortune 500, without hiring an army of IT experts, so you can focus on your core business.

Beyond cost savings, many small businesses realize additional benefits after they move to the cloud—better collaboration among employees, customers and partners means quicker sharing of ideas and problem resolution. A cloud-powered small business is more nimble and prepares you to adapt to changing business needs —now and in the future. Imagination Yoga, a small, family-owned business in Portland, Ore., teaches a “kindnessbased” curriculum, instructing children on yoga concepts and storytelling to spark their creativity and get them exercising. The company plans to use cloud-based collaboration to market its services, connect with more schools and families across the country, and create online enrollment options for customers, which saves time and money. The cloud also allows every Imagination Yoga employee to access the company’s Microsoft Outlook calendar, keeping everyone on the same page. Tip: Look for an offering that can grow with you but also work well with the tools you already use. You’ll also want to safeguard your data with business-grade privacy, security and disaster recovery capabilities.

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