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Kids who pass out should be positioned on their side, doctors say

Kids who pass out should be positioned on their side, doctors say

January 26, 2016

“This is just a simple part of the first aid and resuscitation techniques that anyone can be taught,” said Dr. Elizabeth Murray, who was not involved with the new study but is an expert in pediatric emergency medicine .

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How to pay for an MBA

How to pay for an MBA

January 24, 2016

In the US the University of Rochester’s Simon school launched loans that do not require a co-signer for international MBA students starting in the autumn of 2016.

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Scientists in Spain create first ever ‘magnetic wormhole’ in lab

Scientists in Spain create first ever ‘magnetic wormhole’ in lab

January 23, 2016

The team was inspired by the theoretical work of Allan Greenleaf, a professor of mathematics at the University of Rochester in New York.

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Your ear is a tape measure

Your ear is a tape measure

January 21, 2016

Most intervals between linked visual and auditory stimuli are so brief as to be imperceptible. A new study has found that we can glean distance information from these minimally discrepant arrival times nonetheless.

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With ‘The Seasons,’ Ben Wendel redefines the musical encounter

With ‘The Seasons,’ Ben Wendel redefines the musical encounter

January 21, 2016

“The Seasons,” a vividly imagined collection of duets by the saxophonist and bassoonist Ben Wendel, was one of the standout jazz records of 2015. But it was never released in album form, and took the entire year to hear in full.

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Wanted: High-character students

Wanted: High-character students

January 20, 2016

The University of Rochester is planning several changes in response to “Turning the Tide,” Jonathan Burdick, vice provost for enrollment initiatives, said in an email to The Chronicle.

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Rochester students will attend free Eastman School Concerts

Rochester students will attend free Eastman School Concerts

January 19, 2016

Hundreds of Rochester City School District students, who may never have had the opportunity to attend a concert at the Eastman School of Music, now will, and for free.

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Are snowflakes truly unique, like you?

Are snowflakes truly unique, like you?

January 19, 2016

I stood outside for a while under a streetlight watching the giant Lake-Effect snow blobs fall — and I got to thinking about the physics of snowflakes.

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inspireDANCE festival kicks off Jan. 27

inspireDANCE festival kicks off Jan. 27

January 15, 2016

Choreographer Jane Comfort’s provocative contemporary dance/theatre piece, “Beauty,” takes a close look at the American notion of female perfection.

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Connections: Second Opinion LIVE! – Let’s get physical

Connections: Second Opinion LIVE! – Let’s get physical

January 15, 2016

We’re focusing on how to determine which kinds of exercise are right for you. We discuss age, health conditions, and more.

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