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30/10/2014 12:07

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Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily h1 a:hover div#emailbody table#itemcontentlist tr td div ul div#emailbody table#itemcontentlist tr td div blockquote div#emailbody table#itemcontentlist tr td div li table#itemcontentlist tr td a:link, table#itemcontentlist tr td a:visited, table#itemcontentlist tr td a:active, ul#summarylist li a img ScienceDaily: Latest Science News NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility completes initial assessment after Orbital launch mishap First detailed picture of cancer-related cell enzyme in action on chromosome unit Same votes, different voting districts would alter election results in NC: Math study bolsters call for non-partisan redistricting reform Running robots of future may learn from world's best two-legged runners: Birds Case study: Hearing loss in one infant twin affects mother's speech to both babies The science of charismatic voices: How one man was viewed as authoritarian, then benevolent Urban seismic network detects human sounds Testing of filters to contain radioactive materials Plump turtles swim better: First models of swimming animals Innovative study utilizing video games shows sleep apnea may affect memory of everyday events Low carb, high fat diets may reduce seizures in tough-to-treat epilepsy Novel ultrasound technology to screen for heart conditions developed by engineers Ammonium source in open ocean tracked by researchers Tiny carbon nanotube pores make big impact Teeth, sex and testosterone reveal secrets of aging in wild mouse lemurs Scientists generate first human stomach tissue in lab with stem cells New frog discovered inhabiting I-95 corridor from Connecticut to North Carolina Combing the atmosphere to measure greenhouse gases Clean smell doesn't always mean clean air Dozens of genes associated with autism in new research Planet-forming lifeline discovered in a binary star system In autoimmune diseases affecting millions, researchers pinpoint genetic risks, cellular culprits Scientists make enzyme that could help explain origins of life Contamination likely explains 'food genes in blood' claim Parasite-schizophrenia connection: One-fifth of schizophrenia cases may involve the parasite T. gondii Supersonic laser-propelled rockets: Hybrid approach may help power rockets, launch satellites, push future aircraft past Mach 10 Decades of research: Effectiveness of phone counseling for cancer patients still unknown Walking workstations improve physical, mental health, builds healthier workplace Projecting a robot's intentions: New spin on virtual reality helps engineers read robots' minds Mechanism that allows differentiated cell to reactivate as a stem cell revealed Meiotic cell division 'the other way round' Nanosafety research: The quest for the gold standard Thousands of substances ranked according to potential exposure level Why plants don't get sunburn Microrockets fueled by water neutralize chemical and biological warfare agents Support for fecal testing in familial colorectal cancer screening Largest ever dataset of individual deaths in Africa, SE Asia reveals changing health Liberal or conservative? Reactions to disgust are a dead giveaway Can social media help stop the spread of HIV? EEG test to help understand, treat schizophrenia Potential target for treating triple-negative breast cancer identified Strong bonds with pets may help foster resiliency in military-connected children Cinema-like environment helps audiences become immersed in movies even when shown on cell phones New solar power material converts 90 percent of captured light into heat Upgrading infrastructure could reduce flood damage Where you live doesn't matter if you have heart disease, study finds Gentle caffeine boost for premature babies Genome sequencing of the jujube tree completed Planck 2013 results Nestling birds struggle in noisy environments To reap the brain benefits of physical activity, just get moving Nano ruffles in brain matter Aortic valve replacement appears safe, effective in very elderly patients Genome sequenced of enterovirus D68 circulating in St. Louis Latest research on thyroid cancer therapy Papillary thyroid carcinoma: New research Advances in Graves' disease, including a new mouse model Tourism as a driver of illicit drug use, HIV risk in the Dominican Republic Overuse injuries becoming more common in young athletes ECG on the run: Continuous ECG surveillance of marathon athletes is feasible

NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility completes initial assessment after Orbital launch mishap

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 08:09 PM PDT

The Wallops Incident Response Team completed today an initial assessment of Wallops Island, Virginia, following the catastrophic failure of Orbital Science Corp.'s Antares rocket shortly after liftoff at 6:22 p.m. EDT Tuesday, Oct. 28, from Pad 0A of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.

First detailed picture of cancer-related cell enzyme in action on chromosome unit

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 05:43 PM PDT

New insight into the function of an enzyme related to the BRCA1 breast-cancer protein has been released by researchers. The study produced the first detailed working image of an enzyme in a group that is associated with many types of cancer. The researchers obtained the first crystal structure of a gene-regulation enzyme working on a nucleosome. The image reveals previously unknown information about how the enzyme attaches to its nucleosome target.

Same votes, different voting districts would alter election results in NC: Math study bolsters call for non-partisan redistricting reform

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 05:43 PM PDT

Researchers have developed a mathematical model that shows how changes in congressional voting districts affect election outcomes. Focusing on the last election, they show the outcome of the 2012 US House of Representatives elections in North Carolina would have been very different had the state's congressional districts been drawn with only the legal requirements of redistricting in mind. The researchers hope the study will bolster calls for redistricting reform in 2016.

Running robots of future may learn from world's best two-legged runners: Birds

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 05:41 PM PDT

With an eye toward making better running robots, researchers have made surprising new findings about some of nature's most energy efficient bipeds -- running birds. Their skills may have evolved from the time of the dinosaurs and they may now be superior to any other bipedal runners -- including humans.

Case study: Hearing loss in one infant twin affects mother's speech to both babies

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 05:39 PM PDT

Is it possible that hearing loss in one infant from a pair of twins can affect the mother’s speech to both infants? A new acoustics study zeroes in on this question and suggests that not only is this alteration of speech entirely possible, but that mothers speak to both infants as if they are hearing impaired.

The science of charismatic voices: How one man was viewed as authoritarian, then benevolent

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 05:39 PM PDT

When a right-wing Italian politician named Umberto Bossi suffered a severe stroke in 2004, his speech became permanently impaired. Strangely, this change impacted Bossi’s perception among his party’s followers -- from appearing authoritarian to benevolent. Now researchers think they know why.

Urban seismic network detects human sounds

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 05:39 PM PDT

When listening to the Earth, what clues can seismic data reveal about the impact of urban life? Although naturally occurring vibrations have proven useful to seismologists, until now the vibrations caused by humans haven’t been explored in any real depth. Researchers have described their efforts to tap into an urban seismic network to monitor the traffic of trains, planes, automobiles and other modes of human transport.

Testing of filters to contain radioactive materials

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 05:39 PM PDT

If released in significant quantities, radioactive materials pose a potential threat to people and the environment. Now, new research is helping the nuclear industry ensure that radioactive materials continue to be safely contained and that standards of safety are continuously improved.

Plump turtles swim better: First models of swimming animals

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 05:37 PM PDT

Bigger is better, if you're a leatherback sea turtle. For the first time, researchers have measured the forces that act on a swimming animal and the energy the animal must expend to move through the water.

Innovative study utilizing video games shows sleep apnea may affect memory of everyday events

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 05:37 PM PDT

Sleep apnea may affect your ability to form new spatial memories, such as remembering where you parked your car, new research suggests. The study demonstrates through the playing of a specific video game that disruption of rapid eye movement (REM) sleep as a consequence of sleep apnea impairs spatial memory in humans even when other sleep stages are intact.

Low carb, high fat diets may reduce seizures in tough-to-treat epilepsy

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 05:37 PM PDT

Diets high in fat and low in carbohydrates, such as the ketogenic or modified Atkins diet, may reduce seizures in adults with tough-to-treat epilepsy, according to a review of research.

Novel ultrasound technology to screen for heart conditions developed by engineers

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 11:56 AM PDT

Engineers have determined, for the first time, the impact of a ring-shaped vortex on transporting blood flow in normal and abnormal ventricles within the human heart, and have developed a novel ultrasound technology that makes screening cheaper and much easier, making it possible to reach a large number of people and even infants.

Ammonium source in open ocean tracked by researchers

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 11:56 AM PDT

To understand the extent to which human activities are polluting Earth's atmosphere and oceans, it's important to distinguish human-made pollutants from compounds that occur naturally. A new study finds that deposition of ammonium, a source of nitrogen pollution, over the open ocean comes mostly from natural marine sources, and not from human activity.

Tiny carbon nanotube pores make big impact

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 11:56 AM PDT

Scientists have created a new kind of ion channel based on short carbon nanotubes, which can be inserted into synthetic bilayers and live cell membranes to form tiny pores that transport water, protons, small ions and DNA. These carbon nanotube "porins" have significant implications for future health care and bioengineering applications.

Teeth, sex and testosterone reveal secrets of aging in wild mouse lemurs

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 11:56 AM PDT

Mouse lemurs can live at least eight years in the wild -- twice as long as some previous estimates, a long-term longitudinal study finds.

Scientists generate first human stomach tissue in lab with stem cells

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 11:56 AM PDT

Scientists used pluripotent stem cells to generate functional, three-dimensional human stomach tissue in a laboratory -- creating an unprecedented tool for researching the development and diseases of an organ central to several public health crises, ranging from cancer to diabetes. Scientists used human pluripotent stem cells -- which can become any cell type in the body -- to grow a miniature version of the stomach.

New frog discovered inhabiting I-95 corridor from Connecticut to North Carolina

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 11:54 AM PDT

More than a half century after claims that a new frog species existed in New York and New Jersey were dismissed, a team of scientists has proven that the frog is living in wetlands from Connecticut to North Carolina and are naming it after the ecologist who first noticed it.

Combing the atmosphere to measure greenhouse gases

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 11:12 AM PDT

By remotely 'combing' the atmosphere with a custom laser-based instrument, researchers have developed a new technique that can accurately measure -- over a sizeable distance -- amounts of several of the major 'greenhouse' gases implicated in climate change.

Clean smell doesn't always mean clean air

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 11:12 AM PDT

Scientists are taking a closer look at aerosol formation involving an organic compound -- called limonene -- that provides the pleasant smell of cleaning products and air fresheners. This research will help to determine what byproducts these sweet-smelling compounds are adding to the air while we are using them to remove germs and odors.

Dozens of genes associated with autism in new research

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 11:12 AM PDT

Two major genetic studies of autism, involving more than 50 laboratories worldwide, have newly implicated dozens of genes in the disorder. The research shows that rare mutations in these genes affect communication networks in the brain and compromise fundamental biological mechanisms that govern whether, when, and how genes are activated overall.

Planet-forming lifeline discovered in a binary star system

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 11:12 AM PDT

Scientists have detected a streamer of dust and gas flowing from a massive outer disk toward the inner reaches of a binary star system. This never-before-seen feature may be responsible for sustaining a second, smaller disk of planet-forming material that otherwise would have disappeared long ago.

In autoimmune diseases affecting millions, researchers pinpoint genetic risks, cellular culprits

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 11:12 AM PDT

Scores of autoimmune diseases afflicting one in 12 Americans -- ranging from type 1 diabetes, to multiple sclerosis (MS), to rheumatoid arthritis, to asthma -- mysteriously cause the immune system to harm tissues within our own bodies. Now, a new study pinpoints the complex genetic origins for many of these diseases, a discovery that may lead to better diagnosis and ultimately to improved treatments.

Scientists make enzyme that could help explain origins of life

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 11:12 AM PDT

Mimicking natural evolution in a test tube, scientists have devised an enzyme with a unique property that might have been crucial to the origin of life on Earth.

Contamination likely explains 'food genes in blood' claim

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 11:12 AM PDT

Laboratory contaminants likely explain the results of a recent study claiming that complete genes can pass from foods we eat into our blood, according to a molecular biologist who re-examined data from the controversial research paper.

Parasite-schizophrenia connection: One-fifth of schizophrenia cases may involve the parasite T. gondii

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 10:34 AM PDT

Many factors, both genetic and environmental, have been blamed for increasing the risk of a diagnosis of schizophrenia. Some, such as a family history of schizophrenia, are widely accepted. Others, such as infection with Toxoplasma gondii, a parasite transmitted by soil, undercooked meat and cat feces, are still viewed with skepticism. A new study used epidemiological modeling methods to determine the proportion of schizophrenia cases that may be attributable to T. gondii infection. The work suggests that about one-fifth of cases may involve the parasite.

Supersonic laser-propelled rockets: Hybrid approach may help power rockets, launch satellites, push future aircraft past Mach 10

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 10:34 AM PDT

Researchers have described a new system that integrates a laser-ablation propulsion system with the gas blasting nozzles of a spacecraft which can increase the speed of the gas flow out of the system to supersonic speeds while reducing the amount of burned fuel.

Decades of research: Effectiveness of phone counseling for cancer patients still unknown

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 10:34 AM PDT

A new study asks an important question: after decades of use and study, can we definitely show that remote interventions improve psychosocial outcomes in cancer survivors, or might there be a required, in-person component of these interventions?

Walking workstations improve physical, mental health, builds healthier workplace

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 09:46 AM PDT

Walking workstations can improve not only physical, but also mental health during the workday, a new study has found. With growing concerns regarding obesity in the United States, the author hopes the study encourages employers to examine methods to assist workers in in healthy living.

Projecting a robot's intentions: New spin on virtual reality helps engineers read robots' minds

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 09:45 AM PDT

In a darkened, hangar-like space inside MIT's Building 41, a small, Roomba-like robot is trying to make up its mind. Standing in its path is an obstacle — a human pedestrian who’s pacing back and forth. To get to the other side of the room, the robot has to first determine where the pedestrian is, then choose the optimal route to avoid a close encounter. As the robot considers its options, its “thoughts” are projected on the ground: A large pink dot appears to follow the pedestrian — a symbol of the robot’s perception of the pedestrian’s position in space.

Mechanism that allows differentiated cell to reactivate as a stem cell revealed

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 09:45 AM PDT

A study, performed with fruit flies, describes a gene that determines whether a specialized cell conserves the capacity to become a stem cell again. Unveiling the genetic traits that favor the retention of stem cell properties is crucial for regenerative medicine.

Meiotic cell division 'the other way round'

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 09:45 AM PDT

Meiosis is the two-step series of cell divisions that make sexual reproduction and genetic diversity possible. Researchers have now dived into the process of meiosis in specific plant species and revealed that these plants display an inversion of the standard meiotic phases.

Nanosafety research: The quest for the gold standard

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 09:45 AM PDT

Toxicologists have evaluated several thousand studies on the risks associated with nanoparticles and discovered no end of shortcomings: poorly prepared experiments and results that don't carry any clout. Scientists are now developing new standards for such experiments within an international network.

Thousands of substances ranked according to potential exposure level

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 09:45 AM PDT

An overwhelming number of chemicals from household and industrial products are in the environment -- and hundreds are in our bodies. But for most of them, scientists have yet to determine whether they cause health problems. Now they've taken the first step toward doing that by estimating which substances people are exposed to the most.

Why plants don't get sunburn

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 09:45 AM PDT

Plants rely on sunlight to make their food, but they also need protection from its harmful rays, just like humans do. Recently, scientists discovered a group of molecules in plants that shields them from sun damage. Now scientists report on the mechanics of how these natural plant sunscreens work.

Microrockets fueled by water neutralize chemical and biological warfare agents

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 09:45 AM PDT

With fears growing over chemical and biological weapons falling into the wrong hands, scientists are developing microrockets to fight back against these dangerous agents, should the need arise. They have developed new spherical micromotors that rapidly neutralize chemical and biological agents and use water as fuel.

Support for fecal testing in familial colorectal cancer screening

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 09:45 AM PDT

Fecal immunochemical tests may be as effective as colonoscopies when it comes to detecting colorectal cancer among first-degree relatives of patients with colorectal cancer, according to a new study.

Largest ever dataset of individual deaths in Africa, SE Asia reveals changing health

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 09:45 AM PDT

An unprecedented insight into the changing health of people across Africa and Asia -- including the fluctuating burdens of HIV, malaria and childhood mortality -- is revealed today by the publication of the largest ever dataset of individual deaths recorded on-the-ground.

Liberal or conservative? Reactions to disgust are a dead giveaway

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 09:45 AM PDT

The way a person's brain responds to a single disgusting image is enough to reliably predict whether he or she identifies politically as liberal or conservative. As we approach Election Day, the researchers say that the findings come as a reminder of something we all know but probably don't always do: 'Think, don't just react.'

Can social media help stop the spread of HIV?

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 09:45 AM PDT

In addition to providing other potential benefits to public health, all of those tweets and Facebook posts could help curb the spread of HIV. Although public health researchers have focused early applications of social media on reliably monitoring the spread of diseases such as the flu, a new article tells of a future in which social media might predict and even change biomedical outcomes.

EEG test to help understand, treat schizophrenia

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 09:43 AM PDT

An EEG test to study and treat schizophrenia has been validated by researchers. The findings offer a clinical test that could be used to help diagnose persons at risk for developing mental illness later in life, as well as an approach for measuring the efficacies of different treatment options.

Potential target for treating triple-negative breast cancer identified

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 09:43 AM PDT

A protein that could prevent metastasis and recurrence of breast cancer has been identified by researchers. So-called "triple-negative" breast cancer represents between 12 and 17 percent of all breast cancers. It derives its name from the lack of receptors for estrogen, progesterone and Her2. The absence of these receptors rules out proven hormone therapies such as tamoxifen. Triple-negative breast cancer can be more aggressive and is more likely to recur than other breast cancers.

Strong bonds with pets may help foster resiliency in military-connected children

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 09:43 AM PDT

Developing resiliency has important benefits for children, especially those from military families faced with significant challenges such as parental deployment and frequent moves. New research supports the idea that, along with other key resources, strong attachments to animals may help military-connected children develop resiliency and other positive developmental traits.

Cinema-like environment helps audiences become immersed in movies even when shown on cell phones

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 07:26 AM PDT

If the surroundings are designed to be sufficiently stimulating, even a simple computer screen is enough to generate an intense cinematic experience. After observing some 300 study subjects, researchers concluded that the angle of viewing does not play a vital role in the cinematic experience, thus disproving various hypotheses. According to the results of their study, the presence of so-called contextual visual cues plays a greater role in actually drawing viewers into a movie.

New solar power material converts 90 percent of captured light into heat

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 06:54 AM PDT

A multidisciplinary engineering team developed a new nanoparticle-based material for concentrating solar power plants designed to absorb and convert to heat more than 90 percent of the sunlight it captures. The new material can also withstand temperatures greater than 700 degrees Celsius and survive many years outdoors in spite of exposure to air and humidity.

Upgrading infrastructure could reduce flood damage

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 06:54 AM PDT

The severe flooding that devastated a wide swath of Colorado last year might have been less destructive if the bridges, roads and other infrastructure had been upgraded or modernized, according to a new study.

Where you live doesn't matter if you have heart disease, study finds

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 06:54 AM PDT

People living in rural areas are at no greater risk of dying from heart disease than their urban counterparts, according to a new study. The study, the first to examine outpatient quality of care between urban and rural communities, counters existing research, which suggested gaps in care for those living in rural areas.

Gentle caffeine boost for premature babies

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 06:54 AM PDT

Researchers have developed a UV-activated membrane which releases a gentle dose of medication to the skin of a patient. In future those who fear injections will be able to sleep soundly, as will premature babies too, since the new dosing technique will spare them additional stress.

Genome sequencing of the jujube tree completed

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 06:54 AM PDT

The complete, high quality sequencing of the jujube genome has been announced by researchers. Jujube is the most economically important member of the Rhamnaceae family, and the jujube genome is particularly difficult to sequence due the high level of heterozygosity and other complicating factors. It is the first time that a genome in the Rhamnaceae, Buckthorn, family has been sequenced.

Planck 2013 results

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 06:54 AM PDT

Astronomy & Astrophysics is publishing a special feature of 31 articles describing the data gathered by Planck over 15 months of observations and released by ESA and the Planck Collaboration in March 2013. This series of papers presents the initial scientific results extracted from this first Planck dataset.

Nestling birds struggle in noisy environments

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 06:53 AM PDT

Unable to fly, nestling birds depend on their parents for both food and protection: vocal communication between parents and offspring helps young birds to determine when they should beg for food and when they should crouch in the nest to avoid a predator seeking an easy meal. A group of researchers has found that ambient, anthropomorphic noise -- from traffic, construction and other human activities -- can break this vital communications link, leaving nestlings vulnerable or hungry.

To reap the brain benefits of physical activity, just get moving

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 06:52 AM PDT

Everyone knows that exercise makes you feel more mentally alert at any age. But do you need to follow a specific training program to improve your cognitive function? Science has shown that the important thing is to just get moving. It's that simple.

Nano ruffles in brain matter

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 06:52 AM PDT

Researchers have deciphered the role of nanostructures around brain cells in the central nervous system. An accumulation of a protein called amyloid-beta into large insoluble deposits called plaques is known to cause Alzheimer's disease. One aspect of this illness that has not received much attention is which role the structure of the brain environment plays. How do macromolecules and macromolecular assemblies, such as polysaccharides, influence cell interaction in the brain?

Aortic valve replacement appears safe, effective in very elderly patients

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 06:51 AM PDT

Aortic valve replacement (AVR) can safely be used to treat severe aortic stenosis in patients age 90 years and older and is associated with a low risk of operative stroke and mortality, according to a study.

Genome sequenced of enterovirus D68 circulating in St. Louis

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 06:50 AM PDT

The genome of enterovirus D68 sampled from patients treated at St. Louis Children’s Hospital has been sequenced by researchers. Nationwide, the virus has spread rapidly in recent months and caused severe respiratory illness in young children, with some patients requiring hospitalization.

Latest research on thyroid cancer therapy

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 06:49 AM PDT

Novel therapeutic approaches to improve outcomes in thyroid cancer, for example using targeted delivery of cytotoxic drugs to tumor cells, are among the latest treatment approaches for thyroid cancer, experts report.

Papillary thyroid carcinoma: New research

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 06:49 AM PDT

The prevalence of papillary thyroid carcinoma (PTC), the most common type of thyroid cancer, is increasing rapidly. New research to determine the impact of radioactive iodine (RAI) therapy on survival in PTC, describing a novel blood test able to detect circulating BRAFV600E-positive tumor DNA, and identifying a long non-coding.

Advances in Graves' disease, including a new mouse model

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 06:49 AM PDT

A unique mouse model of Graves' disease, an autoimmune disorder that causes hyperthyroidism, has been developed by scientists, and new research findings may help improve the treatment of Graves' disease, experts report.

Tourism as a driver of illicit drug use, HIV risk in the Dominican Republic

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 06:49 AM PDT

A new study concludes three thing: (1) local demand shifts drug routes to tourism areas, (2) drugs shape local economies and (3) drug use facilitates HIV risk behaviors in tourism areas.

Overuse injuries becoming more common in young athletes

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 06:49 AM PDT

From Little League players injuring their elbow ligaments to soccer and basketball players tearing their ACLs, sports injuries related to overuse are becoming more common in younger athletes.

ECG on the run: Continuous ECG surveillance of marathon athletes is feasible

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 05:41 AM PDT

The condition of an athlete's heart has for the first time been accurately monitored throughout the duration of a marathon race. The real-time monitoring was achieved by continuous electrocardiogram (ECG) surveillance and data transfer over the public mobile phone network to a telemedicine center along the marathon route. This new development in cardiac testing in endurance athletes, said investigators, 'would allow instantaneous diagnosis of potentially fatal rhythm disorders.' You are subscribed to email updates from Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily
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Osmo Uses iPad to Teach Children About Letters And Shapes

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Osmo Uses iPad to Teach Children About Letters And Shapes

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 04:30 PM PDT

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Since its launch, the iPad has completely changed the way kids learn. But not every learning experience has to be completely digital. That’s why tech startup Osmo created its innovative platform that combines digital technology with objects in the physical world. The objective is to help children learn.

The platform works by placing the iPad on a vertical stand and attaching a small mirror in front of the device’s camera. The mirror allows the device to see downward. The view allows the iPad to capture images of children manipulating physical objects like letters ans shapes on a flat play area below.

Osmo also provides a series of downloadable apps that recognize the objects and let children play games in which they try to reach the objective of spelling out words or choosing specific shapes. The games have theadvantage of being more tactile than mos digital learning environments.

The company has raised $12 million in funding to aid in its growth. Accel Partners led the company’s first round of funding. Rich Wong, a partner at Accel who is joining Osmo’s board of directors told Venture Beat:

“Osmo’s technology makes childhood education more personal, creative and engaging. We believe that the future of education will rely on intuitive innovation that amplifies learning through interactive online-to-offline experiences — Osmo is at the forefront of this movement. Osmo is a natural fit for parents and teachers because it adds a small but powerful layer of technology on top of a platform, the iPad, that children already know and love.”

Like any groundbreaking business model, Osmo is re-imagining its market, in this case digital educational technology. Up until now that’s involved a pretty straight forward digital approach. Education from shapes to spelling to anything else has been limited to a digital world. Press this button to select shape A. Press this button to select shape B.

But some children may need a more hands on approach. Osmo introduces an approach that won’t limit learners to a set of experiences totally confined to the digital world. The company returns the ability to feel and manipulate objects physically as part of the learning process.

On the other hand, Osmo’s platform uses digital technology as an easy way to recognize and record the results of this play in a meaningful way.

The company’s recent success gaining funding and its soon-to-be availability in U.S. and Canadian Apple stores shows this disruptive business model may be the next big innovation in learning technology.

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Is Your Small Business Prepped and Ready for the Holidays? #SMBHolidayPrep

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 02:30 PM PDT

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Did you know the biggest shopping weekend of the holidays is less than a month away? Don’t panic. Just take a deep breath. We’ve got you covered. Small Business Trends hosted the second in a series of Holiday Boot Camps designed to whip your business into shape for the holiday season.

We’d like to thank our sponsors, the FedEx Office team, who joined yours truly, Small Business Trends CEO Anita Campbell (@SmallBizTrends), during the one hour Twitter chat.

The event Oct. 28 drew a variety of participants and some great suggestions for the questions posed. Here’s a recap.

What We Learned

You may remember that in Part 1 of the Holiday Boot Camp chat series, we answered questions like, why is it important to start planning for the holiday season so early?

This time around, we asked some more specific questions of small business owners and entrepreneurs. For example, what’s the number one thing small businesses can do to prepare for Black Friday, one of the biggest shopping days of the year?

There were some cool giveaways too. You can follow the entire one hour chat at #SMBHolidayPrep or check out  our highlights below.

Highlights

Yes, it’s less than a month until Black Friday. But before you get overwhelmed, consider. A few simple steps can get you ready for the busy holiday shopping season. Here are some suggestions from the Small Business Trends community.

Q1: Black Friday is in less than a month. What’s the number one thing I can do now to prepare? #SMBHolidayPrep

— FedEx Office (@FedExOffice) October 29, 2014

A1: Pull out your marketing plan. Check inventory. Go over card and gift lists. #SMBHolidayPrep — Anita Campbell (@smallbiztrends) October 29, 2014

 

A1: Know your customers needs and interests. Do what ever you can to make buying from YOUR #SmallBiz easy and rewarding #smbholidayprep — Cathy Larkin PR (@CathyWebSavvyPR) October 29, 2014

 

A1: Make sure all processes in place to meet customers expectations – website performance, delivery dates, etc. #SMBholidayPrep — Brent Leary (@BrentLeary) October 29, 2014

Sales are a great way to bring in the shoppers. And, of course, Black Friday and holiday sales have become something of a tradition, especially in the retail world.

Of course, sales also can mean making less per purchase on the items you choose to mark down. So what’s the secret to discounting enough to bring in shoppers but making enough that you don’t loose your shirt?

@FedExOffice A2: have a holiday sale on items u know will get ppl in the door but leave some items reg price to make some $! #SMBholidayPrep

— Taylor (@olivetulips) October 29, 2014

A2: Offer “friends and family” discounts that can be passed along to others #smbholidayprep — Staci Wood (@SannWood) October 29, 2014

A2. target well-to-do males. They will buy anything for spouses and children. @FedExOffice #SMBHolidayPrep — Charles McCool (@CharlesMcCool) October 29, 2014

A2 Make sure customers KNOW about sales in advance, social messages, enewsletters, store signage, blog posts, #smbholidayprep

— Keeley Delgado (@Keeley_Delgado) October 29, 2014

Of course, as Keeley Delgado points out above, big sales during the holiday season won’t help, if customers don’t know about them. So, how do you make sure you’re connecting with your customer base and letting them know what you have to offer this holiday season? The community has some creative suggestions.  

@FedExOffice A3 I tend to send my customers a vibrant, branded card or email to connect with them over the holidays. #SMBholidayPrep — Vibrains (@vibrains) October 29, 2014

a3 one great way to connect is via email marketing, maybe integrating holiday sales videos. That will be sure to engage. #SMBholidayPrep

— Ti Roberts (@tiroberts) October 29, 2014

@FedExOffice A3: How about a handwritten snailmail letter to your VIP customers? #smbholidayprep — Martin Lindeskog (@Lyceum) October 29, 2014

A3: Don’t discount social media. It’s a great way to keep customers in the loop. #SMBholidayPrep

— Shawn Hessinger (@Shawn_Hessinger) October 29, 2014

@smallbiztrends I get lot of referrals from including “gifts” with a business card in goodie bags @ chamber & charity events #SMBholidayprep — Geek Dad (@GeekDad248) October 29, 2014

Special events are one obvious way small businesses can draw attention to their brands during the holiday season. But how do you make sure these events work for your business in the way that you plan? Here are some ideas and suggestions.

Q4: I’m thinking of implementing a special event to get visibility leading into the holidays. What should I know? #SMBHolidayPrep

— FedEx Office (@FedExOffice) October 29, 2014

A4: Remember your goal is to make returning customers out of leads. Create an event that will draw people back again. #SMBholidayPrep — Jennifer C. (@JennyImpact) October 29, 2014

A4: Get a list of influencers to blog/post about your event and include giveaways with contests #SMBholidayPrep @FedExOffice

— Holly Kolman (@mobileholly) October 29, 2014

A4: Use social outlets, blog, #emailmarketing & website to promote special events as well as signage & flyers #smbholidayprep @FedExOffice — UNIDEV (@Unidev) October 29, 2014


Disclosure: FedEx Office compensated me to participate as a small business expert during the FedEx Office Tweet Chat program. FedEx Office also provided gift cards given out during the chat. The ideas in this article are mine and not ideas or advice from FedEx Office.

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Spotlight: RejuvaHealth Gives Compression Legwear a Sense of Style

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 12:30 PM PDT

fashion compression legwear

Compression legwear can be important for patients suffering from bad circulation and blood clots. But just because a patient has to wear them, shouldn’t mean giving up a sense of style.

When Kelsey Minarik suffered a blood clot on a flight at the tender age of 21, she didn’t realize the experience would bring about a positive outcome. But when her doctor suggested compression legwear to help in her recovery, Minarik saw an opportunity.

Today Minarik is the founder of RejuvaHealth. The company makes fashion compression legwear that doesn’t only allow patients to improve circulation, it also allows them to look trendy as well. Read more about Minarik’s quest to create a therapeutic product that is also a fashion statement in this week’s Small Business Spotlight.

What the Business Does:

Sells fashion compression legwear.

RejuvaHealth’s product line currently includes socks, knee-highs, thigh-highs, pantyhose and leggings. The garments come in various compression levels and styles.

Business Niche:

Offering fashion compression legwear.

Since Minarik was so young when she started using compression gear, she really wanted garments that were stylish. But she couldn’t find them from any existing retailers.

In addition, being a wearer of compression garments herself, Minarik says she has a unique approach to selling these items:

“Founded and run by an actual compression wearer, a key component of the Rejuva brand is our ‘real talk’ approach to compression garments and their use.”

How the Business Got Started:

Minarik got the idea while being treated for a blood clot suffered when she was 21.

Minarik’s doctor suggested she use compression legwear to help with her recovery. She loved how the garments worked, but she hated the frumpy, orthopedic appearance. She couldn’t find any stylish options out there. So she set out to make her own. After a couple years of research and development, RejuvaHealth was born.

fashion compression legwear

Biggest Win:

Partnering with Dr. Comfort.

Earlier this year, RejuvaHealth entered into a co-branding partnership with therapeutic footwear provider Dr. Comfort. The new Rejuva by Dr. Comfort line just launched this month. The partnership is offering opportunities for RejuvaHealth to scale more quickly and expand into different markets.

Biggest Risk:

Attempting to partner with QVC.

Though the company’s partnership with Dr. Comfort has worked out favorably, not all of its partnerships have done as well. RejuvaHealth attempted to work with QVC for some product airings. But to do so, they had to supply approximately $70,000 worth of product to the shopping network, knowing they’d only get paid if they sold that product. Though it didn’t work out as expected, Minarik says it was a learning experience for the company:

“Regrettably, for multiple reasons, the airings didn’t go as planned and we were left to re-accept and work through the portion of inventory, which wasn’t purchased. Though the retail relationship with QVC didn’t work out, the end result was improved product.”

Lesson Learned:

Choose staff carefully.

Minarik says:

“In a small business with only a few team members, one wrong link can have wide-spreading consequences. Not only can it yield lost time, money, and mistakes, it can also wreak havoc on the internal work environment.”

fashion compression legwear

Nickname:

Sunny Badger.

A reference to the famous Honey Badger YouTube sensation, Minarik’s friends and colleagues have taken to calling her “Sunny Badger” because of her happy-go-lucky attitude. Her sunny outlook is apparent in the way she pursues leads and other business opportunities as well.

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Samsung SMART Signage TV: Digital Signs and TV for Small Businesses

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 10:00 AM PDT

Samsung digital sign - bagel store

Lots of small businesses use televisions in their premises: gyms, sports bars, restaurants — to name some.  But what business owners may not realize is that using consumer televisions for commercial purposes may void or reduce the warranty.

And if you decide to use a TV or monitor to run an in-house presentation, say in your lobby, it can be cumbersome and expensive. You may need to commission an expensive video or multimedia presentation. Or if you choose to create it yourself, such as with PowerPoint, the result may look less visually appealing than you’d hoped.

And what about signs and displays in your business? Have you ever wished for something more dynamic and exciting?

Recently we ran across an impressive solution for small businesses that solves those kinds of issues. It’s called the Samsung SMART Signage TV.

Think of it as “TV and digital signage in a box.” I saw it in action at the recent Small Business Summit in New York (pictured in the booth below).

Overall, it’s an impressive package that gives small businesses the kind of flexibility and options for signage and television previously available to larger buyers (such as hotels, hospitals or retail chains).

Michael O’Halloran, marketing manager with Samsung, who was at the Summit, told me that this is a solution Samsung designed specifically for small businesses. “Digital signage has been around for years,” he said. “But up to now it’s been for large companies. The difference is that we’ve created the first ‘television and digital signage package in a box’ that’s easy enough for even the smallest business to install and use.”

digital signage tv system in a box

 

Samsung SMART Signage TV Features

The Samsung SMART Signage TV is designed specifically for small businesses.

With it you can offer regular television programming to your patrons, of course. It is a fully functioning high-definition TV.  It comes in two sizes: 40-inch and 48-inch.

But the real beauty of this system is the digital sign platform that is included at no extra charge. You can create and display bright, eye-catching digital signs in your premises.

It includes a free software package called MagicInfo Express (see video demonstration), that comes with over 200 sign templates. After a short learning curve, it takes just minutes to create dynamic signs with text and images. You can have static signs or make the sign images move, alternate, fly in or fade out. There are many animation options to catch a customer’s eye.

You can also schedule signage for different times of day. For instance, a restaurant could change a menu sign for breakfast, lunch and dinner automatically.

You don’t need to be a designer to use the software. Just upload your logo and photographs. Then you follow the instructions to insert them into the pre-made templates.  You update the software from a laptop or desktop computer, or from a mobile device.

Once satisfied with your design, you can load the content wirelessly to the television set from your computer or mobile device. This means, if you have signs at multiple locations, you can update them remotely.  Or you can upload via a USB device and plug it into the TV.

You do not need to be a technician to set up the system. The media player is built in to the television.  So there’s no messing around trying to get a separate media player to “play nice” with the TV. You don’t have to jerry rig solutions such as running cables from a monitor to a dedicated laptop hidden nearby.

Samsung televisions are good quality and look attractive. The Smart Signage TV has a sleek gloss-black finish.

These televisions are designed to take heavy business use — 16 hours per day, 7 days a week. They each have an 16:9 LED Backlit LCD display. They are Energy Star rated for energy efficiency.

The signage TV is in use in New York’s Tompkins Square Bagels, where owner Christopher Pugliese points out that he’s using the sign to open up new sales opportunities. “We have massive lines of 20-somethings who work all over New York City. And I don’t think any of them realize that we could cater their office breakfast or meeting,” he said. “We felt that the digital display would be really helpful with getting that message across.”

Samsung digital signs cross sell

Pros Everything you need for one installation is included in the box: television, TV stand, wall mount hardware, and software and templates to design the signs. The TV sets can be displayed in portrait (vertical) or landscape (horizontal) mode — either on the wall or as a tabletop set. Vertical signs are especially good for clothing stores that may want to show a fully dressed model. Horizontal signs have the added benefit of being to display a television program right alongside a sign message, on a split screen. For example, a sports bar could display a televised football game, alongside a sign with the day’s drink specials. Digital signage is bright, modern looking, and faster to change than printed signs. Each Smart Signage TV comes with a 36-month warranty for parts and labor. This warranty covers commercial use of the TV. It includes onsite service. Samsung has a dedicated support line for commercial users. MSRP pricing is $749 for the 40-inch and $999 for the 48-inch. You might be tempted to think, ‘I can buy cheaper TVs at my local big box store.’ But remember the added value you are getting in the form of (1) signage software, (2)  Samsung quality, (3) ease of managing your signage, and (4) commercial warranty and onsite service. You can purchase directly from Samsung, or from retailers such as Costco, Amazon and Sam’s Club. Leasing options may also be available to spread out the cost in monthly payments. Cons

I saw a live demonstration, including how to use the software, at a conference. It presented very well (see Tompkins Square Bagels examples pictured).  It appears as easy to use as the description. There were no negatives that I could see.

My only reservation is that I haven’t used the Smart Signage TV for any length of time. So I can’t speak to installing it or using it over time.  (Read: what you need to know about business TV.)

However, I am a user of Samsung televisions in general. If the quality of these is similar to what I have used, you will be well satisfied with the looks, reliability and display.  While there may be sharper displays on the market, the SMART Signage TV is an improvement over what I see many small businesses using today.

Samsung digital signs TV DIY installation

Who Samsung SMART Signage TV Is Best For

SMART Signage TV is ideal for small businesses that want to attract customer attention through bright, eye-catching digital signs for interior spaces. This includes retail shops, spas, salons, restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques and bars. It’s perfect to call out visually-appealing offerings or sales promotions, so you can sell more products or services.

For those of you already offering business TV programming to patrons, it opens up new cross-selling opportunities.  For example, a dentist’s office can provide TV in the waiting room. On a split screen the dentist could inform patients about optional services such as invisible braces or tooth whitening.

It’s also a good choice for offices that have television and/or in-house presentations in their lobbies. Examples include consulting businesses and technology companies that receive visitors regularly.

Samsung SMART Signage TV is great for do-it-yourself owners and managers who want the flexibility to change signage regularly.

Who it’s not for: if you use business television but have no plans to ever use the signage, you may not get full value at the $749 and $999 price points.

Small businesses that want to serve customers better AND increase sales should check out Samsung’s SMART Signage TV for its:

easy turnkey solution combining both advertising and television; TV programming on a beautiful HD television set; the kind of professional-looking digital signs that large companies have; the ability for do-it-yourselfers to change digital signage quickly at no added cost, without getting a designer involved; onsite warranty coverage backed by a multibillion-dollar global company; at a small-business price.

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Getting Your Business Energy Efficient Before the Holidays

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 07:30 AM PDT

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The holidays are quickly approaching, meaning less time to focus on the finer details of running your business and more time focusing on holiday shoppers.

As a small business owner, you know the holidays are a crucial time to your bottom line. However, as many found out during the Polar Vortex last year, it is easy to lose a significant portion of those profits to high energy costs. The average small business spends almost $8,000 a year on electricity alone. Here are 5 easy ways you can cut costs and be a more energy efficient business.

Install a Programmable Thermostat

During the hectic holiday season your thermostat’s temperature setting is the farthest thing from your mind –particularly with customers coming in and out. Programmable thermostats aren’t just for homes anymore and case studies have shown savings between 10-20% on average after installation. Today, most come with a mobile phone app that allows you to control them remotely. There are more thermostats on the market now than ever before and most of them can be found at any hardware store or online.

Check Your Current Contract With Your Electricity and Natural Gas Supplier(s)

Last year during the Polar Vortex several small business owners were hit with skyrocketing electricity costs because their business was on a variable rate plan. Now is the time to ensure you are on a fixed rate plan before the first winter storm of the season. If you wait until after the storm you could see electricity bills with rates up to 50% higher than you are currently paying.

For example, several utilities in Massachusetts have planned an increase in excess of 15 cents per kilowatt-hour for the default rate starting in November, currently default rates range from 8 to 10 cents. By signing a fixed rate agreement with a supplier you can ensure your supply rate stays the same all year.

Replace Conventional Lighting and Light Switches

LED lighting is one of the quickest ways small business owners can reduce their energy bill. The affect of the LED light is twofold. First, LED lights use up to 80% less electricity than the conventional halogen bulb. Second, LED lights put off significantly less heat than the conventional bulb meaning your A/C won’t have to work as hard when the summer comes around. While the upfront costs can be expensive, the savings are more than worth it. A recent study showed that LED lights cost an estimated $6 a year to power compared to almost $34 for the standard 75W incandescent bulb.

Additionally, adding timer’s to your light switches is one of the easiest ways you can positively impact your electricity bill. With the chaotic nature of the holiday season it is easy to forget to turn off the lights after leaving the office. Feel free to worry about one less minor detail with this trick.

Have Your HVAC Unit Inspected

The holidays are already stressful enough for all of us. Don’t add to that stress by having to schedule and pay for HVAC repairs in the middle of your busy holiday schedule. If your small business is in the retail industry it is also important to remember the comfort of your customers. Nothing is worse than going into a shop to beat the elements for a few minutes only to find out that the store is just as chilly as the weather outside.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Several studies have shown that consumers are anywhere from 40-60% more likely to purchase from a company that is concerned about its environmental impact. Whether its gift wrapping, extra printing paper, or cardboard boxes look for ways to reduce unnecessary consumption and recycle whenever possible. When companies consider their environmental impact in everything they do it becomes part of the culture. Not only will you cut costs by reusing certain materials, but you can add to your bottom line as well by appealing to a new demographic.

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Wow Your Staff With These 18 Clever Employee Gift Ideas

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 05:00 AM PDT

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Your employees are a big part of your business’s success story.  So understandably you want to reward them and make them feel appreciated. That may include a special gift at that special time of year. So here is a list of 18 clever employee gift ideas for 2014. It’s a list compiled to fit a variety of small business budgets.

When you want to show your appreciation for all your employees have done for you, look no further. On this list is something sure to fit every need.

NFL Serve Bowl

employee gift ideas

This NFL serve bowl from Pottery Barn is a great gift idea for any football fan you work with. Made of deep etched glass, this sturdy bowl can be not only customized but also personalized. Choose the insignia from one of the NFL’s 32 teams and then personalize your gift with the recipient’s name. A personalized game day bowl for $39?  Touchdown!

Italian Lunch Gift Basket

employee gift ideas

Cherry Moon Farms has put together this delectable gift basket themed after an Italian lunch. For $69.99 a cotton lined wooden crate is jam-packed with everything you could imagine in an old world culinary experience. Herb salami, roasted almonds, picholine olives, double chocolate biscotti, romanello cheese, flatbread, and more. It’s hard to go wrong with this crate full of deliciousness.

Succulent Garden

employee gift ideas

This succulent garden from ProFlowers is a great gift for that colleague that loves having some green in their office, but isn’t very skilled at keeping plants alive. A glass planter is wrapped in burlap and filled with a variety of beautiful and nearly indestructible succulents, then conveniently delivered to the recipients doorstep. It’s a guilt free plant experience for $29.99.

Percy The Pencil Porcupine

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It’s so cute! This is definitely not a gift you should consider for the more straitlaced individual in the office. But for the colleague that enjoys adorable and functional desk wear this little porcupine has a point. Percy is constructed from earthenware clay and glazed a bright glossy white. The functional aspect comes from the many holes placed all over the back of this little porcupine, ready for pens and other slender utensils to be stored for easy and organized use. Percy the Pencil Porcupine is available for $19 from Uncommongoods.

Rustic Seedling Pots

employee gift ideas

If you have an avid gardener in your circle of partners and colleagues then take a look at these seedling pots from Williams-Sonoma. Designed to keep soil at the optimum warmth and consistency, these nine terra cotta pots are useful for growing delicate seeds, plugs, and cuttings. The pots are made by hand and come in a crate crafted from recycled American hardwood. The price tag on this gift is $39.99.

Brogue Design Pen

employee gift ideas

Here is a gift for the partner or colleague with more luxe taste. This designer pen is crafted with a desire to produce beautiful and useful things and inspired by the Victorian and Albert Museum in London. The twist style ink ball writing implement is made of brown faux leather and comes in an elegant magnetic style box. It costs $26 at Burke Decor.

Cheese & Crackers Serving Board

employee gift ideas

Clever with a touch of humor this Cheese & Crackers board is made for serving…well…cheese and crackers! Made from North American maple, this witty serving board is covered with a teak oil finish, making it an attractive addition to the home or office of any party host. You can purchase this useful and amusing gift for $48 from Uncommongoods.

Retro Candy Gift Tower

employee gift ideas

For the candy lover who is a child at heart, this Retro Candy Gift Tower is like a blast from the past. There is so much sugary goodness packed in these boxes that it’s impossible to list all the items. Salt water taffy, Fun Dip, Frootie Tooties, Fizzies, candy necklaces, the list goes on and on! Best of all the wrapping is done for you. Three bright and colorful boxes are stacked high and tied with a ribbon. For $37.99 from Gifts.com, this gift could be like giving childhood in a box.

Beveled Glass Nameplate

employee gift ideas

Here is an inexpensive gift for the partner or colleague who has worked hard for his or her title. This beveled glass nameplate is made of heavy weight solid glass and custom etched. You can add up to two lines of text and choose from an executive, legal, medical or key to success design. Can you imagine someone in your business for whom this nameplate and the title it conveys would be ample reward for a job well done? The cost is $19.99 at Personal Creations.

Horn Scoop

employee gift ideas

Attention getting and useful Horn Scoop from LEIF is a gift for the colleague who likes to host fancy parties. What makes the scoop so eye catching is what it is made out of, carved horn that is polished to a smooth glossy finish. Each scoop is unique and features the natural marbled pattern of the horn used to create it. These scoops are an affordable $15 each, but have a look of luxury all the same.

Cube Terrarium

employee gift ideas

If you have a colleague on your list with an appreciation for modern design, take a look at this $49 Cube Terrarium from West Elm. The three glass cubes are artfully clustered together and framed with copper in a gold finish. As a terrarium, it ca be used to house succulents, ferns, or small flowers. Or the recipient could simply choose to leave it empty, fill it with other decorations, or even use it as a quirky desk organizer.

Leather Padfolio

employee gift ideas

With a smooth leather finish, this leather padfolio would be a good gift for the busy meeting goers on your list. Plenty of large sized pockets make this a place to keep files, business cards, and notes together and organized. Crafted from 100 percent recycled cowhide and naturally bonded together by renewable latex, the padfolio is environmentally responsible, too. It sells for $40 at eBags.

Retro Flip Down Clock

employee gift ideas

Here is a gift that might fascinate many in the office. The Retro Flip Clock can stand on any desk or table. It’s sleek silver body and big black and white numbers have a unique industrial feel that harkens to a time before the digital age. As co-workers watch, the scrolling hour and minute display physically flips down as time ticks steadily on. If you want to share this unique experience with your employees, the flip clock is just over $30 at Amazon.

St. Jude Glass Knot Paperweight

employee gift ideas

These St. Jude Glass Knot Paperweights are a gift that also allows you to give back. For every purchase of one of these paperweights, $5 is donated to the St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. On their own, these hand blown glass paperweights make an attractive addition to a desk or office. There are four fun colors and various sizes to choose from. But they are also a symbol of a more important gift to children in need. Look for these unique paperweights at West Elm with prices starting at $14.

Cast Iron Skillet

 

employee gift ideas

Looking for a gift for the cook in your business circle? Consider this cast iron skillet from Bed Bath & Beyond. The 12 inch skillet is pre-seasoned and ready for use right away on any cooking surface. It can be used on an indoor stove top, in an oven, or even over a campfire. The ribbed cooking surface is designed to keep grease and fat away from food for healthier meals. The durable cast iron construction is intended to offer rapid heating and excellent heat retention. And for $24.99, it may be a good idea for a budget gift that won’t break the bank.

Pendleton Woolen Mills Motor Robe

employee gift ideas

On the other hand, if you are looking to spend more on a high quality gift, consider this throw blanket from Pendleton Woolen Mills. The Motor Robe, as this model is called, comes with it’s own leather carrier for portability and is made from 100 percent pure virgin wool. Each blanket is woven in American mills and made to resemble early 20th century steamer rugs. Color choices include a variety of colorful plaids and even authentic Scottish tartans. But watch out. All this comes with a price. Blankets are $99.50 each.

Custom Embosser

employee gift ideas

Put an elegant touch on envelopes and documents, with the gift of this $60 custom embosser from Paper Source. This may be more of a gift for a business partner than an employee. No ink is involved so there is no mess and no refilling necessary. Instead of a stamp, this custom embosser makes an impression, creating an image that rises right up from the paper. The custom plate can also be switch out allowing for multiple uses like a return address for envelopes, monograms, company logos, and more.

California Classic Wine Basket

employee gift ideas

A woven seagrass basket is loaded with gourmet goodies to compliment the classic California wine in this gift set from Gifttree. The basket includes rosemary chip bread, gourmet seasoned popcorn, roasted almonds, java candy, and more. For $44.95 you can choose between the Pryor Hill California Merlot or Chardonnay. But if you really want to go over the top, you can include both wines for an extra $5.

No matter who you’re buying for, these employee gift ideas are a good place to start looking. Reward those who have helped make your business a success. Choose the item that fits your budget.

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Google Space Jump by Senior Executive Sets New Record

Posted: 29 Oct 2014 02:30 AM PDT

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A new world record was just set for parachute jumping, with a leap of approximately 135,000 feet or almost 26 miles. The record setter was Google Senior Vice President Alan Eustace, who outdid previous record holder Felix Baumgartner‘s jump of 128,000 feet or nearly 24 miles.

To achieve this amazing feat, Eustace enlisted the technical assistance of Paragon Space Development Corporation, wore a custom-made space suit and used a 35,000 cubic foot helium balloon for his ascent.

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Once he reached the upper edge of the stratosphere following a two hour climb, Eustace cut his rope and dropped back down to Earth for 15 minutes.

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Eustace deployed his parachute after breaking the sound barrier and landed safely from his impressive jump.

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Newsletter Unimondo

30/10/2014 09:09

Giovedì 30 Ottobre 2014 - Newsletter n.248 Rete Disarmo: “Perché il Parlamento non controlla l’export di armi?”

Rete Disarmo chiede al Parlamento di esaminare l’export di sistemi militari e denuncia le ingiustificate modifiche alla Relazione governativa...

Quando la natura è sul mercato

Un appello della società civile europea per lasciare fuori la finanza dalla natura. (Anna Molinari)

EU honours Congolese gynaecologist Denis Mukwege who helped thousands of women

Denis Mukwege is mostly known for having treated thousands of women who were victims of gang rape during the war in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) .  The Congolese gynaecologist founded the Panzi hospital in Bukavu, renowned for its treatment of the survivors of sexual violence. (Valentina Pavarotti)

L’altro volto della guerra in Ucraina

Le Ong internazionali per i diritti umani accusano l’esercito regolare ucraino di aver sparato bombe a grappolo sulla città di Donetsk. Il ‘cluster’, l’ordigno contenitore con centinaia di submunizioni -le bomblets- poi sparse come mine (Ennio Remondino)

Il Nilo e le sue acque: fonte di vita e di tensione

Le tensioni tra Egitto ed Etiopia  intorno al Bacino idrico del Nilo si rintracciano anche nelle grandiose opere che i due Paesi stanno realizzando lungo il fiume. (Miriam Rossi)

Invece di bombardare l’ISIS...

Dapprima qualche principio per stimolare un altro discorso, un altro modo di pensare che non sia militarista  e poi le proposte concrete qui sotto per la vostra deliberazione, discussione con gli amici e forse condivisione attraverso i vostri media sociali. Le proposte non sono numerate alcune si possono fare simultaneamente. (Jan Oberg)

La peggior multinazionale del 2014?

La Corporate Accountability International ha lanciato l’edizione 2014 della Corporate Hall of Shame, la classifica delle peggiori multinazionali al mondo. Chi vincerà? (Alessandro Graziadei)

Popoli indigeni: tra tragici anniversari e nuove violenze

In occasione del Columbus Day c’è chi ha ricordato i casi di popoli indigeni ancora soggetti a violenza genocida in America. Ma non va meglio in India, sfrattati per la conservazione delle tigri… (Alessandro Graziadei)

Connessioni pericolose: armi Beretta per la polizia palestinese?

Una giovane recluta carica con disinvoltura una pistola semi-automatica durante una dimostrazione aperta ai giornalisti nella scuola di polizia di Gerico, Cisgiordania.  Una sagoma familiare, canna e carrello che richiamano le caratteristiche delle pistole prodotte dalla Beretta.... (Gabriele Mombelli)

Italia: quella giustizia-lumaca che nega i diritti

Oggi è la giornata europea della giustizia civile. In questo ambito il nostro Paese è davvero pericolosamente indietro. (Anna Toro)

Tunisia al voto: la prima prova di vera democrazia

Domenica prossima, 26 ottobre, l’unico paese dove la “primavera araba” non è fallita, elegge i suoi organismi istituzionali (Omar Bellicini)

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Giovedì, 30 Ottobre 2014

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La parola del giorno del Nuovo dizionario di tedesco è disponibile all'indirizzo http://dizionaripiu.zanichelli.it/das-wort-des-tages/

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1 <nur sing> (Einsparung) Ersparnis an etw (dat) {AN KOSTEN} risparmio m di qc; {AN ZEIT} auch economia f di qc
2 <meist pl> (erspartes Geld) risparmio m <meist pl>, economia f <meist pl>.

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Che tu non pervieni al trovare per il troppo cercare"?
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Word of the Day: to plop

30/10/2014 06:51

Giovedì, 30 Ottobre 2014

La parola di oggi è: to plop

La parola del giorno del Ragazzini e la sua pronuncia sono disponibili all'indirizzo http://dizionaripiu.zanichelli.it/word-of-the-day/

Sezione Inglese-ItalianoTavole di flessione: plop, v.
to plop /plɒp/
A v. i.fare plop; fare (o cadere con) un lieve tonfo
B v. t.far cadere con un tonfo
● to plop into an armchair, lasciarsi cadere in una poltrona.

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di Giuseppe Ragazzini
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30/10/2014 06:51

Giovedì, 30 Ottobre 2014

La parola di oggi è: héritage

La parola del giorno del Boch e la sua pronuncia sono disponibili all'indirizzo all'indirizzo http://dizionaripiu.zanichelli.it/mot-du-jour/

héritage /eʀitaʒ/
s. m.eredità (f.): faire un héritage, ricevere un'eredità; laisser qc. en, pour héritage, lasciare qc. in eredità ● (fig.) héritage culturel, eredità culturale, patrimonio culturale.

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Una parola dello Zingarelli al giorno: cablaggio / cablare / cablatura

30/10/2014 06:49

Giovedì, 30 Ottobre 2014

La parola di oggi è: cablaggio / cablare / cablatura

La parola del giorno dello Zingarelli e la sua pronuncia sono disponibili all'indirizzo http://dizionaripiu.zanichelli.it/parola-del-giorno/

 Sillabazione: ca–blàg–gio
cablàggio / kaˈbladdʒo/
[fr. câblage, da câble ‘cavo’, dal lat. tardo căpulu(m) ‘cappio’ ☼ 1965]
s. m.
● insieme di cavi o conduttori colleganti le diverse parti di un'apparecchiatura elettrica o elettronica, o di un impianto elettrico | (est.) l'allestimento di tale apparecchiatura

 Sillabazione: ca–blà–re
cablàre / kaˈblare/
[fr. câbler, da câble ‘cavo’ (V. cablaggio) ☼ 1939]
v. tr.
1 collegare apparecchiature elettriche, dispositivi elettronici e sim. mediante cavi o fibre ottiche
2 (gerg.) trasmettere una notizia, spec. giornalistica, per cablogramma

 Sillabazione: ca–bla–tù–ra
cablatùra / kablaˈtura/
[1987]
s. f.
● realizzazione di collegamenti via cavo, spec. con l'impiego di fibre ottiche CFR. cablaggio

La parola è tratta da:
lo Zingarelli 2014
Vocabolario della lingua italiana
di Nicola Zingarelli
Zanichelli editore

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