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Ethical Issues in Biotechnology is the first textbook of its kind, written collaboratively by a philosopher and a biologist to provide undergraduate students with a comprehensive, accessible introduction to the ethical and scientific fundamentals of biotechnology. Engaging the ethics and the science side by side, the text addresses pressing questions in agricultural, food, and animal biotechnology; human genetics; gene therapy; human cloning; and stem cell research. A general introduction to both the moral philosophy and fundamentals of genetics is enhanced throughout the text with section-specific introductions addressing the particular philosophical and scientific challenges posed by the topic under consideration. Diagrams and drawings, study cases, liberal use of practical examples, and suggestions for further reading make the text an ideal resource for a broad range of students interested in issues and questions lying at the intersection of philosophy and genetics.
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The First Time I Heard Cocteau Twins is Part II in an ongoing series where musicians and writers tell their stories of first hearing the music of an iconic artist or band. In this second volume (following the opening installment, which covered Joy Division / New Order), forty different musicians and writers remember their initial experiences hearing the seminal dreampop / post-punk band Cocteau Twins, a standout group from the legendary 4AD Records and favorite of radio personality John Peel. The Cocteau Twins hailed from Grangemouth, Scotland, and featured musicians Elizabeth Fraser, Robin Guthrie, and Simon Raymonde.

Contributors to the Cocteau Twins edition include musicians such as David Narcizo (Throwing Muses); Ian Masters (Pale Saints); pianist and Cocteau Twins collaborator Harold Budd; band collaborator and live guitarist Lincoln Fong; Pete Fijalkowski (Adorable); Anka Wolbert (Clan of Xymox); Sean "Grasshopper" Mackowiak (Mercury Rev); Meredith Meyer; Mark Van Hoen (Locust, Seefeel); Paul Anderson (Tram); Paul Elam (Fieldhead); Rebecca Coseboom (Halou, Stripmall Architecture); Michael Cottone (The Green Kingdom); Sarah Jaffe; Antony Ryan (Isan); Dean Garcia (Curve); Kurt Feldman (The Pains of Being Pure at Heart); Erik Blood; Annie Barker; John Loring (Fleeting Joys); Guy Fixsen (Laika and co-engineer for My Bloody Valentine); Emily Elhaj (Implodes); Carlo Van Putten (The Convent, White Rose Transmission); Eric Quach (thisquietarmy); Ryan Policky (A Shoreline Dream); Matthew Kelly (The Autumns); Steve Elkins (The Autumns); Ryan Lum (Lovespirals); Michael Savage (The Fauns); Amman Abbasi (The Abbasi Brothers); Eric Loveland Heath; Ben Mullins (Midwest Product); Keith Canisius; Michael McCabe and David Read (Coldharbourstores); and writers like Emily Franklin, Craig Laurance Gidney, Alistair McCartney; Tony Leuzzi; and Sommer Browning.

The "First Time I Heard" book series is edited by Scott Heim, a novelist (Mysterious Skin, We Disappear) who is also a longtime music fan. Other installments in the series (or those forthcoming soon) include books on Joy Division / New Order, David Bowie, The Smiths, Kate Bush, R.E.M., Kraftwerk, My Bloody Valentine, Abba, Roxy Music, The Pixies, and others.

Charter school advocates flood Sacramento education races with ... - Sacramento Bee

Charter school advocates have spent nearly $300,000 backing candidates for three seats on the board of the Sacramento County Office of Education, positions that once were considered sleepy political outposts. Besides providing oversight for Sacramento County school districts, the education board reviews the charters of countywide charter school systems and hears appeals from charter schools whose applications have been rejected by local school districts. In recent years, the California Charter Schools Association has emerged as a major player in supporting candidates for the board. Heather Davis, who is married to Elk Grove Mayor Gary Davis, an employee of the charter schools group. and Roy Grimes, a former county education board member challenging an incumbent who has voted against reauthorizing charter schools. Carlos Marquez, senior political director for the Charter Schools Association, said it views the Sacramento County Office of Education as “a really strong safeguard, a strong backstop for (preventing) politically motivated denials (of charter... The county Office of Education has so far chartered five schools – all part of a network operated by Margaret Fortune that focuses on closing the achievement gap between African American and other students. “I think it’s unfortunate that they are throwing so much money into this race,” said Orlando Fuentes, 65, who is running for the Area 6 seat to represent the south county, including Elk Grove. “It’s clear to me that the California Charter Schools Association is eager and willing to put up this kind of money to get charter school advocates on public school boards. Unlike the expensive 2012 races for three SCOE board seats, teachers unions haven’t spent heavily so far, though the charter school spending hasn’t gone unnoticed. “I’m not surprised to see the Charter Schools Association spending money on candidates of their choice,” said Claudia Briggs, spokeswoman for the California Teachers Association. The charter advocates gave the most support – $131,700 – to Grimes, 66, who has served on the county board and that of the Sacramento City Unified School District. He is running against incumbent Harold Fong, the only member of the county education board to vote in December against reauthorizing the Fortune schools for another five years. The Area 7 seat occupied by Fong includes much of south Sacramento. Fong said the. Source: www.sacbee.com

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  • Blacks Frustrated with School Board Member

    05/13/16 ,via Sacramento Observer

    Four of the seven seats of the Sacramento County Board of Education (SCOE) trustee board are up for grabs and many eyes are focusing on the Area 7 seat currently held by Harold Fong. Fong, who has been on the board for 16 years, is being challenged by 

  • Charter school advocates flood Sacramento education races with ...

    05/22/16 ,via Sacramento Bee

    Charter school advocates have spent nearly $300000 backing candidates for three seats on the board of the Sacramento County Office of Education, positions 

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  • Short-Lived Television Series, 1948-1978

    McFarland. 2003. ISBN: 9780786414208,0786414200. 328 pages.

    Do you remember the 1959 game show where ABC cancelled a tape featuring a female impersonator (Across the Board)? Ever heard of Snip, the 1976 sitcom starring David Brenner that NBC canned just before it debuted? Almost everyone who has worked on a successful television series has also been on one that flopped. Even during the first thirty years of broadcasting, when NBC, CBS, and ABC were the only networks and not quite so quick to cancel unsuccessful programs, hundreds of shows lasted less than one year. This work tells the stories of those ill-fated series that were cancelled within one year after their premieres. The entries are arranged chronologically from the 1948-1949 through the 1977-1978 seasons, and provide brief descriptions of the shows along with such facts as the type of program each series was; its times, dates, and network; its competition on other networks; and the names of the cast, producer, director and writer. The book also includes information from more than 100 interviews with actors, writers, directors, and producers who worked on the short-lived television series.

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  • Megaworld notes Ilonggos’ changing view on real estate

    08/29/16 ,via Manila Bulletin

    Palmares-Fong, who hails from Iloilo herself ... One Madison Place and Lafayette Park Square have been sold out in record time. Harold Geronimo, Megaworld AVP and chief of public relations, said that Megaworld expects sales of P1.5 billion from Saint ...

  • Karin Fong

    08/16/16 ,via aiga.org

    It's a jazzy, kinetic tour through the designers' furniture that stands as a testament to the intelligent, compelling and conceptually integrated work of its creator, Karin Fong. Where many designers working with typography and motion delight in making ...

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    08/02/16 ,via www.amazon.ca

    Deal of the Day: "Friends: The Complete Series Collection" starting at $63.99 For one day only: Friends: The Complete Series Collection is at a one day special price. Offer valid on August 2, 2016, applies only to purchases of products sold by Amazon.ca ...

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Hiram Fong - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hiram Fong; United States Senator from Hawaii; In office August 21, 1959 – January 3, 1977: Preceded by: Seat established: Succeeded by: Spark Matsunaga

Harold Stassen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Harold Stassen; Director of the United States Foreign Operations Administration; In office 1953–1955: President: Dwight D. Eisenhower: Preceded by: N/A (post created)

Endorsements - Vince Fong for Assembly

Vince Font for Assembly 2016 ... Organizations. Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association; California Small Business Association

Van Dop Gallery | Artists | Harold Alfred

Harold Alfred. Harold (Jackson) Alfred was born in Alert Bay, B.C. and is a member of the Kwakwakawakw (formerly Kwakiutl) Nation and was born into the Namgis tribe ...

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Harold Fong | San Mateo County Medical Association

Harold Fong | San Mateo County Medical Association

Harold Fong | Politics - KCRA

Harold Fong | Politics - KCRA