Miller Wants New University Research Center In Baltimore

Senate president says he wants a tangible sign of new collaboration between Baltimore, College park campuses

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The Value of Liberal Arts in Entrepreneurship

Can liberal arts colleges give entrepreneurs the upper hand?

Programs in entrepreneurship aren’t new on college campuses.  But, the mindset that college graduates may find it easier to create their own jobs rather than find one is new.

State, UMass Plan Ocean Research Lab In Gloucester

Think Woods Hole or Monterey Bay, and then travel to a six-acre spit of rock that looks out on Hodgkins Cove and Ipswich Bay. State officials and scientists say the quiet, picture-perfect waterfront site in Gloucester will be the ideal location for scientists to conduct breakthrough world oceanic research.

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Unexpected Twist In UConn Trade Secrets Case

Connecticut's open records watchdog unexpectedly softened its position Monday during arguments before the state Supreme Court about whether the University of Connecticut can treat databases it creates as trade secrets and deny the information to the public.

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Feds Issue Warning To University Of Utah Over Treatment Of Lab Animals

Federal officials have sent a formal warning to University of Utah medical laboratories for violating rules on reviewing experiments involving animals.

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Kentucky Bucks For Brains Program Wins National Award

Kentucky's higher education Bucks for Brains program has won a national award for being a model of how states and regions create high-paying jobs through investments in science, technology and innovation.

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