Monthly Archives: July 2016

Oregon’s wolf plan up for review at August meeting

The Center for Biological Diversity, which has staff in the Portland area, has put out a call for folks interested in wolf conservation to join them Aug. 5 at a meeting of the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission. The meeting … Continue reading

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Tualatin company shows off classroom audio technology at ISTE 2016 and wins award

Here’s some news from a Tualatin-based tech company we recently received. The following is quoted and excerpted from a press release* the company sent us: “At ISTE** 2016, classroom audio provider Lightspeed Technologies [introduced] three new features of its Flexcat system. … Continue reading

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DNA, evolution gets spotlight at Portland humanists’ gathering

Update: As of July 16, the DNA talk has been pushed back to October, according to a source. This post will be updated with new information as it becomes available. Do you know what a haplogroup is? Yes? No? It … Continue reading

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Women In Science offers chance to meet, network at summer happy hour

Women and their supporters in science will once again gather for a happy hour social in Portland. Women In Science’s Portland chapter will hold its summer happy hour from 5:30 to 8 p.m. July 12 at Lucky Lab on Southeast … Continue reading

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Learn about computational drug discovery

Science on Tap is hosting Dr. Leah Frye, Vice President of Schrödinger’s Drug Discovery Group at the Clinton Street Theatre on August 2 at 7 pm. Here’s the summary: We all take drugs —Tylenol, Lipitor, Nexium, Viagra — but have you … Continue reading

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