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  • Deborah S. Edelman, writer

    Deborah S. Edelman, writer
    Deborah S. Edelman, an author and writer who wrote widely on health issues and established Public Health Media Inc., died Nov. 10 of metastatic breast cancer at her Mount Washington home. She was 51. Dr. Edelman, who kept her maiden name, was born and...
  • Markets need government

    Markets need government
    Those who think the government shouldn't be promoting energy innovation have short memories. The federal government's satellite and ballistic missile program spillovers are what brought us Silicon Valley. The energy program spillovers are going to...
  • APG joins University of Delaware in effort to improve care for wounded warriors, civilians

    The Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center and the University of Delaware have entered into a cooperative research and development agreement to collaborate on an orthopedic rehabilitation project that will improve rehabilitative care for wounded...
  • Dispute over Hopkins development heads to court

    Local lore has it that Elizabeth Beall Banks once chased developers off her Gaithersburg-area farm with a shotgun when they came around asking questions. But even then, the sprawl opponent knew that the same forces that turned parcels around her into...
  • State, local officials preparing for new BRAC

    State, local officials preparing for new BRAC
    As President Barack Obama proposed a new round of military base closures and reorganization, Maryland's political and business forces already are working to protect installations here and position the state to benefit from any future moves. Maryland...
  • Pre-engineering students design, build and test at the Army's Edgewood Chemical Biological Center

    Pre-engineering students design, build and test at the Army's Edgewood Chemical Biological Center
    Employees from the U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (ECBC) recently afforded 24 high school students in Joppatowne High School's pre-engineering program the opportunity to experience real-world research and development processes conducted...
  • Shacknai's business completes million-dollar deal

    Shacknai's business completes million-dollar deal
    SAN DIEGO -- Just days after attending the funeral of his former girlfriend, multi-millionaire Jonah Shacknai’s pharmaceutical company completed a $58 million research and development deal with an Indian drug maker. Shacknai’s girlfriend, 32-...
  • Transcript of Republican presidential debate in Simi Valley

    This is a Rush transcript. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. ANDERSON COOPER, CNN ANCHOR: And welcome to the Ronald Reagan presidential library in Simi Valley, California, here from the majestic Air Force One Pavilion. I'm...
  • Unintended victims of Gates Foundation generosity

    Unintended victims of Gates Foundation generosity
    A neighbor shaved Matsepang Nyoba's head with an antiquated razor. Blood beaded on her scalp. Tears trickled down her cheeks, but not because of the pain. She was in mourning, and this was a ritual. Two days earlier, her newborn baby girl had died in the...
  • Better education through innovation

    In the summer of 1918, as tuberculosis, bubonic plague and a flu pandemic threatened America's newly crowded cities, the chemist Charles Holmes Herty took a walk through New York City with his colleague J.R. Bailey. Herty posed a question: Suppose...
  • Nanotech: Yay or nay?

    Today, Salvi and Kimbrell open their discussion by defining the scope of nanotechnology. Later in the week, they'll address ethical concerns surrounding nanotechnology, government regulation and more. A global technology race the U.S. must win By...