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August, 2012

Photo: FlowSight

Aug. 2, 2012—Researchers in the Vanderbilt Flow Cytometry Shared Resource (FCSR) show off the new Amnis FlowSight, which provides an image of every single cell that passes through it and merges the capabilities of flow cytometry and fluorescent microscopy. From left are David Flaherty, lab manager, Kevin Weller, FCSR managing director, Core Research Assistant I Chris Warren...

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Early HIV treatment also can prevent TB: study

Aug. 2, 2012—Anti-retroviral therapy can prevent tuberculosis, even in people with early HIV disease.

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Nominate a colleague for the Commodore Award

Aug. 1, 2012—Nominations are being sought for the 2012 Vanderbilt Commodore Award. The annual award recognizes two staff members whose performances far exceed expectations and reflect a high level of service, dedication, conscientiousness, compassion and skill. Nomination forms are available on the Human Resources website. Completed forms are due to HR by Aug.17. The winners will be announced during the Service Awards Celebration Sept. 19. Please mail nominations...

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Sideshow Fringe Festival provides weekend fun

Aug. 1, 2012—The second annual Sideshow Fringe Festival – featuring theater, dance, puppetry, spoken word, film, visual arts and more – is scheduled for Aug. 2-5 at several locations in the Vanderbilt area. The festival is presented by Sideshow @ Actors Bridge, and Vanderbilt and Belmont-Hillsboro Neighbors, Inc. are among the sponsors. The festival unites progressive art...

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Powerful AM station will air Commodore football, men’s basketball games

Aug. 1, 2012—Commodore football and men’s basketball games will be carried on one of the nation’s strongest radio signals, following a flagship agreement announced between Vanderbilt Athletics and Nashville's NewsRadio 1510 WLAC.

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Football season opener makes parking changes necessary

Aug. 1, 2012—The Commodore football team will launch its season Thursday, Aug. 30, with a nationally televised game on ESPN against Southeastern Conference rival South Carolina. Kickoff is scheduled for 6 p.m. The game is a great opportunity for the university to gain national attention and a chance to showcase the excitement surrounding the football program and...

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Test flight over Peru ruins could revolutionize archaeological mapping

Aug. 1, 2012—Archaeological sites that currently take years to map will be completed in minutes if tests of the Semi-autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicle system being developed at Vanderbilt University go well.

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