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Tucson researcher finds microbes in laundered hospital towels | WTOC (TV-Savannah, GA)

Tucson researcher finds microbes in laundered hospital towels | WTOC (TV-Savannah, GA) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
The towels are used to clean patient rooms.
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Stewart Clark introduces innovative fashion accessory to make touch-less information entry on unsanitary ATMs | WKRG (TV-Mobile, AL)

The U Power wallet is for the in-trend minimalists. It features a slim design to fit in any pocket, RFID blocking fabric to secure bankcards and passports from skimming thieves, innovative stylus pen functionality to operate capacitive and resistive touch screens, but with a health conscious twist.

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Stewart Clark introduces innovative fashion accessory to make touch-less information entry on unsanitary ATMs | KSTC (TV-Minneapolis, MN)

The U Power wallet is for the in-trend minimalists. It features a slim design to fit in any pocket, RFID blocking fabric to secure bankcards and passports from skimming thieves, innovative stylus pen functionality to operate capacitive and resistive touch screens, but with a health conscious twist. No more using your knuckles, or pulling a sleeve over your finger.

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Stewart Clark introduces innovative fashion accessory to make touch-less information entry on unsanitary ATMs | WBCB (TV-Youngstown, OH)

The U Power wallet is for the in-trend minimalists. It features a slim design to fit in any pocket, RFID blocking fabric to secure bankcards and passports from skimming thieves, innovative stylus pen functionality to operate capacitive and resistive touch screens, but with a health conscious twist. No more using your knuckles, or pulling a sleeve over your finger. Stewart Clark created the U Power wallet for the need to make information entry on germ laden multi-user devices.

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Stewart Clark introduces innovative fashion accessory to make touch-less information entry on unsanitary ATMs | WBOC (TV-Salisbury, MD)

The U Power wallet is for the in-trend minimalists. It features a slim design to fit in any pocket, RFID blocking fabric to secure bankcards and passports from skimming thieves, innovative stylus pen functionality to operate capacitive and resistive touch screens, but with a health conscious twist. No more using your knuckles, or pulling a sleeve over your finger. Stewart Clark created the U Power wallet for the need to make information entry on germ laden multi-user devices.

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6 steps to sample soil for root-knot nematodes | Western Farm Press

6 steps to sample soil for root-knot nematodes | Western Farm Press | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
The root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita, is the only economically important nematode pest of cotton in Arizona. Root damage can greatly reduce growth and yield.
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Fish farmed in Arizona sold in Canada | FishfarmingXpert

As previously stated by this FishfarmingXpert writer, one of the ways so-called “closed containment” fish farming can work is when one has access to a supply of either warm water or a source of cheap heating energy where fast-growing fresh-water fish can be produced in a short turn-around time. One such farm that is supplying the Canadian largely Asian community with fresh fish is Desert Springs Tilapia, and Mary Carroll, a student at the University of Arizona recently described this operation and its operational advantages.

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How men and women cooperate | ScienceDaily

How men and women cooperate | ScienceDaily | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Cooperation is essential in any successful romantic relationship, but how men and women experience cooperation emotionally may be quite different, according to new research.
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UA Academic Advisers Win National Awards | UA@Work

UA Academic Advisers Win National Awards | UA@Work | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Three academic advisers at the University of Arizona have earned national recognition.
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UA campus trees to provide food for students | Arizona Daily Wildcat

UA campus trees to provide food for students | Arizona Daily Wildcat | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

The UA Campus Arboretum is working to promote sustainable practices and living, through several harvesting projects this summer and fall.

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How men and women cooperate | Medical Xpress

How men and women cooperate | Medical Xpress | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
(Medical Xpress)—While men tend to match their partners' emotions during mutual cooperation, women may have the opposite response, according to new research.
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Should schools make gym class a core subject? | Futurity

Should schools make gym class a core subject? | Futurity | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

Daily exercise for school children is so important that physical education should be made a “core academic subject,” a new report suggests.

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Dust Storms Ramp up During the Monsoon | Arizona Illustrated (TV)

New App Helps Drivers Avoid Blowing Dirt
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Kemper Marley's legacy tied to robust philanthropy, Phoenix death of reporter Don Bolles | Arizona Republic

Kemper Marley's legacy tied to robust philanthropy, Phoenix death of reporter Don Bolles,When Kemper Marley died, a friend fretted that the land baron and liquor distributor would always be associated with the 1976 death of Arizona Republic...
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Stewart Clark introduces innovative fashion accessory to make touch-less information entry on unsanitary ATMs | KXVO (TV-Omaha, NE)

The U Power wallet is for the in-trend minimalists. It features a slim design to fit in any pocket, RFID blocking fabric to secure bankcards and passports from skimming thieves, innovative stylus pen functionality to operate capacitive and resistive touch screens, but with a health conscious twist.

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Stewart Clark introduces innovative fashion accessory to make touch-less information entry on unsanitary ATMs | WSLS (TV-Roanoke, VA)

The U Power wallet is for the in-trend minimalists. It features a slim design to fit in any pocket, RFID blocking fabric to secure bankcards and passports from skimming thieves, innovative stylus pen functionality to operate capacitive and resistive touch screens, but with a health conscious twist. No more using your knuckles, or pulling a sleeve over your finger. Stewart Clark created the U Power wallet for the need to make information entry on germ laden multi-user devices.

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Helmets should be required of horse riders, too | Yuma Sun

I am in total support of Susan Schaefer’s position that youth should wear a helmet when riding a horse.

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How Men And Women Cooperate | redOrbit

Cooperation is essential in any successful romantic relationship, but how men and women experience cooperation emotionally may be quite different.
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Relationship Cooperation: Men And Women Just Do It Differently | Medical Daily

Relationship Cooperation: Men And Women Just Do It Differently | Medical Daily | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
While men tend to match their partner's emotions, women have the opposite response, according to a new study.
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Growing fish in the Arizona desert? | Western Farm Press

Growing fish in the Arizona desert? | Western Farm Press | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Desert Springs Tilapia is an aquaculture farm located in the southwestern Arizona low desert in Dateland making great strides toward sustainable farming.
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High School Students Discover Biodiversity Treasure Trove | UANews

UA associate professor Betsy Arnold and Tucson High Magnet School science teacher Margaret Wilch developed a science course allowing high school students to participate in real desert biology research.
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New Online Faculty Review Site Set for Launch | UA@Work

New Online Faculty Review Site Set for Launch | UA@Work | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Telling the world about the achievements of University of Arizona faculty will get easier with help from an online system being launched this fall.
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Global Retailing Conference: 'Everything Is Retail' | Retail Systems Research

The Global Retailing Conference, hosted by the University of Arizona Terry J. Lundgren Center For Retailing, is a concentrated dive into the state of retailing from the perspective of the executive suite. The conference is both a gathering place for business leaders from throughout the industry, and a teaching opportunity; in addition to all the retailers, 200 students from the university sat in to hear what goes on “in the real world.”

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Food Safety Effects of Plant Compounds Studied | Meat Site

US - In ongoing investigations, US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and university researchers are taking a fresh look at the ability of olive powder and other plant compounds to combat foodborne pathogens and keep food safe to eat.
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Biotech crops vs. pests: Successes, failures from first billion acres | Checkbiotech

Researchers at the University of Arizona say a new global assessment they released this month helps scientists explain why genetically modified crops have suppressed some pests for more than a decade, while other pests have adapted in just a few years.

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