Imperial Valley News
Washington, DC - Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today issued the following statement regarding the shooting in the City of San Bernardino:
Washington, DC - National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) researchers are seeing the light, but in an altogether different way. And how they are doing it just might be the semiconductor industry's ticket for extending its use of optical microscopes to measure computer chip features that are approaching 10 nanometers, tiny fractions of the wavelength of light.
West Lafayette, Indiana - Viscous nanopores, tiny holes punctured in fluid membranes, collapse according to a universal law, a Purdue University study shows. The finding could improve the design of nanopores for fast, inexpensive DNA analysis and sheds light on the biology of pores in cell membranes.
Washington, DC - Officials from the U.S. and Cuban Governments held their second Counter-Narcotics Dialogue on December 1 at the headquarters of the Drug Enforcement Administration in Washington, D.C.
Washington, DC - The Navy's annual Installation Excellence Award winners were announced today by Commander, Navy Installations Command.
Washington, DC - Secretary of State John Kerry: "As part of its ongoing efforts to help Libya preserve its cultural heritage, the U.S. Department of State sponsored a workshop for Libyan museum professionals, November 29–December 1, in support of Libya’s national inventory of museum objects. The workshop was held in Tunis and was organized by Oberlin College with the participation of the Tunisian Institut National du Patrimonie (National Heritage Institute).