Quotation of the day:
- Employer's Direct
Employment with public and private companies.
- University HR
Human Resources with different educational institutions.
- Internet Job Surfer
Different web sites that provides employment listings or career advice.
- Career Centers
Career Centers in different educational institutions that have information about the students and the programs.
- Professional Societies
List of professional societies and the careers that one can pursue.
- Alumni Services
Services available to Alumni of different colleges and universities.
by Editor 07 March 2017
Sciencenews.com reports that The true nature of the “Tully monster” fossil may once again be a mystery. Just last year, some researchers declared th
by Editor 15 February 2017
MIT and the Carnegie Institution for Science this week released a huge dataset of nearby stars, in hopes of recruiting “fresh eyes” to help hunt exo
by Editor 14 February 2017
Men's Health Magazine reports that Two years ago, a man who worked at the Royal Canadian Mint smuggled $127,116 of stolen gold in his butt. For some reason it t
by Editor 10 February 2017
New research suggests, two rising plumes of magma from deep within the Earth fueled the titanic volcanic eruptions that marked the final days of the dinosaurs.
by wochit 05 January 2017
Enlarge ImageThe mysterious signals are coming from someone where in this image in the constellation Auriga. For a decade now, astronomers have been puzzled by
by wochit 21 December 2016
According to the Global Footprint Network, we as a planet have already used up Earth's resources for the year. In the 50 years of keeping record of Earth Oversh
by wochit 14 December 2016
While the world has been working to reduce carbon emissions to combat climate change, there's been a troubling spike in another dangerous gas.Methane levels in
by wochit 13 December 2016
The force of crashing waves can generate huge amounts of energy.
But there's a catch: how do you develop technology that can withstand the sea's harsh environm
by wochit 05 December 2016
With space travel comes space danger. Space travelers heading to Mars will be bombarded with cosmic radiation, which can damage cells and DNA. Scientists are wo
by wochit 24 November 2016
A New York woman seriously hurt protesting the Dakota Access oil pipeline faces multiple surgeries and could lose an arm, her father said Tuesday, and protester
by wochit 18 November 2016
Scientists have found that Pluto has a hidden ocean beneath its surface that may contain liquid water. Although it’s likely a bit slushy, the ocean lies 150 t
by wochit 08 November 2016
Nasa sent the New Horizon spacecraft towards Pluto, and because it wasn’t capable of taking X-ray photographs have given researchers new insight on the dwarf
by wochit 02 November 2016
Most volcanoes sit atop a deep source of heat from within the earth, but a new study suggests that Mount St. Helens in Washington is sitting on cold rock.
by wochit 25 October 2016
Matthew Jacobs Nearly all life on Earth depends on the ability of plants to convert light into chemical energy. Chloroplasts, the little factories that carry ou
by wochit 21 October 2016
Scientists at Oak Ridge Nation Laboratory have learned how to turn carbon dioxide into ethanol fuel. Environmentalists are beyond excited, because this discover
by wochit 21 October 2016
Images from the New Horizons spacecraft show hints of what could be a few isolated clouds scattered around the dwarf planet Pluto, the first seen in otherwise c
by wochit 18 October 2016
Sending humans to Mars is a major engineering and technology challenge, but they are challenges I think we all believe will eventually be overcome. However, all
by wochit 13 October 2016
Researchers say that by feeding silkworms graphene or single-walled carbon nanotubes, Gossamer threads can become even stronger! To make the reinforced silk, sc
by wochit 07 October 2016
U.S. researchers have always been exploring the data on human longevity and concluded that people's life spans may be at their limit. Over time human life span
by Wochit 01 September 2016
U.S. health officials said Thursday that chickenpox -- which is caused by the varicella-zoster virus -- has continued declining in the United States since 2006.