In decades to come, increasingly powerful imaging technologies will allow researchers to see neurons in greater detail than ever before, likely revealing previously hidden differences between brain regions and cell types.
Elected officials in Goshen, N.Y., voted Thursday against a resolution to demolish and replace the Orange County Government Center by Paul Rudolph, a late-1960s building in the small Hudson Valley town that sparked debate on the value of modern ...
American University Intellectual Property Brief - May 3, 2012
The New York Times recently ran a profile of Hyman Strachman, a 92-year-old World War II veteran who has spent the past eight years copying DVDs and sending them to American soldiers serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.
American University Intellectual Property Brief - May 28, 2012
European regard for chocolate was brought to international attention in the late 1990s, when the European Parliament debated chocolate purification standards, arguing over the ingredients required for chocolate to be referred to as �chocolate.
American University Intellectual Property Brief - May 26, 2012
Kobe beef seems to be everywhere these days: All over the menus of fancy restaurants, in burger form at chain restaurants, in a Guy Fieri recipe for 'sliders' on Food Network's website, even at humble culinary purveyors such as Sam's Club or Amazon.
SPIRIT LAKE, Iowa | A Spirit Lake, Iowa, man has been accused of sexually abusing a child over the course of six years. Eduardo Rodriguez Lopez, 43, was arrested Thursday on a charge of first-degree kidnapping and second-degree sexual abuse.