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Adapting to Climate Change
08/14/2018
As humankind faces massive changes in weather patterns, sea level, ocean acidity, and oxygen levels, Scripps Oceanography has launched a new center focused on understanding and adapting to the impacts of climate change. Mark Merrifield, director of the new center explains how the members of this dynamic network will develop strategies for climate change adaptation. … Continue reading "Adapting to Climate Change"
Oh, My Aging Bones
08/09/2018
Starting at about 30 years old, the density of bones begins to decline. As a result, bones become more fragile and are more likely to break. There are over seven million fractures in the United States every year. With a more physically active and increasingly aging population, we are seeing an increasing number of fractures … Continue reading "Oh, My Aging Bones"
Landing a Job in Engineering
08/08/2018
Getting hired is hard. From finding the right position, to getting a call back, to acing the interview – each step presents its own challenge. There is so much advice out there, but who better to listen to than two senior level managers at San Diego companies? Silvia De Dea from ASML and Janet Koenig … Continue reading "Landing a Job in Engineering"
Laraine Newman
08/02/2018
“We [the SNL cast] all bore witness to each other’s youth.” – Laraine Newman There had been improvisational and sketch comedy ensembles before Saturday Night Live (SNL) debuted in 1975, including the venerable Second City, Monty Python, the Goon Show, the Goodies, the Proposition, Firesign Theatre, and the Groundlings (from which sprang Laraine Newman), but … Continue reading "Laraine Newman"
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