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Fourteen faculty named to 2007 class of AAAS fellows, honorary members

first_imgThe American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAAS) on Monday (April 30) announced the election of 203 new fellows and 24 new foreign honorary members. Included among this new field of fellows and honorary members are 14 Harvard faculty members.The academy will welcome this year’s new class at its annual induction ceremony in October at the academy’s headquarters in Cambridge, Mass.Fellows and foreign honorary members are nominated and elected to the academy by current members. A broad-based membership, composed of scholars and practitioners from mathematics, physics, biological sciences, social sciences, humanities and the arts, public affairs, and business, gives the academy a unique capacity to conduct a wide range of interdisciplinary studies and public policy research.“It gives me great pleasure to welcome these outstanding leaders in their fields to the academy,” said Academy President Emilio Bizzi. “Fellows are selected through a highly competitive process that recognizes individuals who have made pre-eminent contributions to their disciplines and to society at large.”Harvard’s new AAAS inductees include Nancy C. Andrews, dean for Basic Sciences and Graduate Studies, Leland Fikes Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School /Howard Hughes Medical Institute; David Gordon Blackbourn, Archibald Carey Coolidge Professor of History; David Cutler, dean for the social sciences, Otto Eckstein Professor of Applied Economics; Leopold Damrosch Jr., Ernest Bernbaum Professor of English Literature; Lars Hernquist, professor of astronomy; Thomas W. Lentz, Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director; N. Gregory Mankiw, Robert M. Beren Professor of Economics; Venkatesh Narayanamurti, dean of engineering and applied sciences, John A. and Elizabeth S. Armstrong Professor of Engineering and Applied Sciences, professor of physics; Richard John O’Connell, professor of geophysics; E. Roger Owen, A.J. Meyer Professor of Middle Eastern History; Joshua Richard Sanes, professor of molecular and cellular biology, director of the Center for Brain Science; James H. Sidanius, professor of psychology and of African and African-American studies; Junying Yuan, professor of cell biology; and foreign honorary member Rem Koolhaas, professor in practice of architecture and urban design.last_img read more

Smile, Science Says it’s Good for Your Heart

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore (READ the story in Australia Financial Review) AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreNew research shows optimistic, cheerful people are significantly less likely to develop coronary artery disease than their pessimistic peers.Two new studies by Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore underline the fact that, like many other diseases, coronary artery disease is more than just a physical condition. It has mind and soul components, too.last_img read more

Briefly Noted: Weir, Adkins at odds over visibility of support for Trump during impeachment inquiry; Lenexa police hosting Use of Force workshop for residents

first_imgPhoto credit Hart Weir campaign.Republican Congressional candidate says opponent has been ‘eerily silent’ on Trump impeachment. Sara Hart Weir, the Mission Republican running for the Kansas 3rd Congressional seat, attacked primary opponent Amanda Adkins this week for being insufficiently supportive of President Donald Trump as Democrats move forward with impeachment proceedings against him. Adkins called the attack “silly games.” Incumbent Rep. Sharice Davids joined all but two Congressional Democrats in voting for the formal impeachment inquiry this week. [‘Eerily silent.’ Kansas GOP candidates trade blows over Trump impeachment inquiry — Kansas City Star]Lenexa police hosting Use of Force workshop for residents. The Lenexa Police Department is hosting a free Use of Force Workshop this weekend for Johnson County residents ages 18 and older. The workshop takes place from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 2 at the police station, 12500 W. 87th St. Parkway, Lenexa. As part of the workshop, participants have the opportunity to go thought the department’s firearms simulator which puts them in realistic scenarios that police may encounter.Rep. Sharice Davids leading roundtable on surprise medical billing. Rep. Sharice Davids will lead a roundtable discussion on surprise medical billing and its impact on Kansas families from 3 to 4 p.m. today in the Carmack Community Room in the Johnson County Central Resource Library, 9875 W. 87th St., Overland Park. To RSVP, or for questions, contact Johanna Warshaw at [email protected] Confirmed panelists include:Dr. Lee Norman: Secretary of the Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentDr. Marc Larsen: Emergency physician at St. Luke’s and President of the Metro Emergency PhysiciansShalae Harris: Program Director at the Alzheimer’s Association Heart of America ChapterDr. Sam Caughron: Pathologist & Lab Medical Director at Advent Health and President of MAWD Pathology GroupShawnee Mayor Michelle Distler to volunteer with Extra Mile Day today. Shawnee Mayor Michelle Distler is one of more than 525 mayors across the United States who are volunteering to “go the extra mile” in service and contribution on Extra Mile Day. By participating, Distler is recognizing and appreciating volunteers in Shawnee.last_img read more

Anokiwave Unveils 2nd Gen Ku-Band Silicon Beamformer ICs for SATCOM

first_imgAnokiwave has further expanded its satcom beamformer IC family with the addition of its new 2nd generation Ku-Band ICs – AWMF-0146 and AWMF-0147. The new ICs will aid in the design and deployment of commercial phased array-based ground terminals. They enable Ku-Band phased array active antennas that can auto-align and auto-position to support ground and aviation-based use cases for LEO/MEO/GEO satellites.The new Ku-Band beam forming IC family builds on Anokiwave’s previous generation, by improving performance, reducing cost, and providing a host of digital functionality to simplify the active antenna array design. The highly integrated AWMF-0146 Rx IC and the AWMF-0147 Tx IC support four dual polarization radiating elements with full polarization flexibility, low power dissipation, and reduced noise figure. The small WLCSP (Wafer Level Chip Scale Package) makes the overall phased array assembly and thermal management significantly easier.With the release of the new additions, Anokiwave’s new Ku-Band beamformer ICs and the previously released K/Ka-Band Gen 2 ICs now offer SATCOM equipment manufacturers with options for both Ku and K/Ka bands, while ensuring unmatched performance and low cost. With each new generation Anokiwave improves performance and reduces cost of the ICs and have done the same with these new Ku band ICs. As a result, these parts are already the preferred choice of leading phased array-based SATCOM ground and avionics antenna manufacturers, according to Anokiwave.The AWMF-0146 and AWMF-0147 are now available to the general market. Anokiwave is offering evaluation kits for ease of adoption of the technology and capabilities. The kits include boards with the IC, USB-SPI Interface module with drivers, and all required cables.Click here to view Anokiwave’s family of beamformer ICs.last_img read more

Pay on the day at Preston

first_imgThe Robins travel to Deepdale this weekend and will look to extend their unbeaten run to eight league matches. To date, 545 tickets have been sold for the Sky Bet Championship fixture, with pay on the day available.Tickets will be available on the day of the game from the ticket office at the Bill Shankly Kop which opens at 1pm. Cash and card payments are accepted and there will be no price increase. Collections and duplicates will also be available from the away ticket office. Tickets will go off sale from Ashton Gate (September 27th) at 2pm.BUY YOUR MATCH TICKETPRICES*Adult – £24Senior 65+ – £16Under-25 – £15Under-19 – £8Under-11 – £2Ambulant disabled and wheelchair using supporters are to pay the relevant price category and will receive a free carer if required. Please note all under-14s must be accompanied by an over 18.*Prices are exclusive of feesTRAIN TRAVELWith TrainAI, our Away Fan Travel Partner, you can travel to the match at Preston and pay in 30 days with no interest or additional charges. TrAINAIlast_img read more