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WASHINGTON — The National Academy of Sciences is pleased to announce a substantial gift from the Raymond and Beverly Sackler Foundation to endow a fund supporting studies and projects in biomedical science and its application to human health. “Advances in biomedical science are leading to innovative approaches in understanding, diagnosing, and treating disease,” said Raymond…(Read More)

The Library of Congress announced today the acquisition of the American Institute of Architects and American Architectural Foundation Collection, consisting of rare and significant architectural drawings, photographs and illustrated publications. The materials will be housed in the Library’s Prints and Photographs Division. The new acquisition adds an estimated 160,000 drawings, 30,000 photographs…(Read More)

How Toledo is Building a Green Energy Future on its Auto Past A single smokestack still towers over the now empty 111-acre Jeep Parkway site in Toledo, Ohio, the birthplace of the civilian Jeep. Since 1915, the smokestack has been one of Toledo’s most recognized landmarks; now it is all that remains of…(Read More)

Robert J. Hotes, AIA, LEED AP, has been selected by the American Architectural Foundation and the French Heritage Society as the 2011 Richard Morris Hunt Fellow. The Richard Morris Hunt Fellowship, a program of the American Architectural Foundation and the French Heritage Society, is awarded to architects pursuing a career in historic preservation. It offers…(Read More)

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