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Less than 24 hours later, the bureau issued a statewide Amber Alert citing "new information and growing concern" about his well-being. An Amber Alert was not issued for Quawan, because Baldwin police said his disappearance did not meet the criteria. Griffin said he has looked at more than 2,000 media reports of Amber Alert cases in the past 15 years. The problem isn't the Amber Alert, he said, but how people think about it. via Ronald Haley Jr."We think it’s some kind of silver bullet -- if you issue an Amber Alert, you get the kid back safe.
Persons: Jordan Gorman, Amber, Bobby, Charles, Quawan, Baldwin, wasn't, Nick Manale, Chase, Trichell, Timothy Griffin, It’s, Griffin, Ronald Haley Jr, they’re, Mary Parish, Quawan's, couldn't, Haley, Samuel Wise, Wise, Coletta Gorman, Josh DeVine, DeVine, Jordan, James Alan Fox, they're, Fox Organizations: Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Tennessee Bureau, Tenn ., of, Louisiana State Police, Media Advisory, University of Nevada, Iberia Parish Coroner's, Baldwin Police Department, Iberia Parish Sheriff's, NBC, Sheriff's, Tennessee Bureau of, Authorities, County Rescue, Northeastern University Locations: Tennessee, Ashland City, Nashville, Tenn, Tenn . Tennessee, Baldwin , Louisiana, Jordan's, Baton Rouge, Reno, Iberia Parish, St, Mary, Baldwin, Boo, Loreauville, Cheatham, Kentucky, Boston
Juvenile arrests for murder — and juvenile crime generally — had already started falling when DiIulio’s article was published. Though it failed as a theory, as fodder for editorials, columns and magazine features, the term “superpredator” was a tragic success — with an enormous, and lasting, human toll. “The term ‘superpredator’ has become, I guess, part of the lexicon,” he told NPR in the summer of 1996. Although it made the news pages, the term “superpredator” appeared most often in commentaries and editorials, and in newsmagazines. The term fadesBy the late 1990s, the “superpredator” mania was dying down.
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Donald Comb Created Tools for Gene-Splicing
  + stars: | 2020-10-30 | by ( James R. Hagerty | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: +5 min
Though his company would never have the prominence of Genentech Inc. or Biogen Inc., Donald Comb found an important niche in gene-splicing. New England Biolabs Inc., founded by Dr. Comb in 1974, produces enzymes that can cut, join and copy genes. “Think of the DNA as a long string of beads, a double string,” Dr. Comb told the Boston Globe in 1982. Dr. Comb introduced a profit-sharing program. James Ellard, who succeeded Dr. Comb as CEO, remembered his fearlessness.
Persons: Donald Comb, Comb, New England Biolabs, , , King, I’ve, Dan Distel, ” Donald, Donald George Comb, Henry Paulus, Saint Barthélemy, Linda, James Ellard, Don, James R, Dr. Comb, Donald George Comb, Linda, James Ellard Organizations: Genentech Inc, England Biolabs Inc, Boston Globe, Genome, Northeastern University, Globe, New England, Wayne State University, University of Michigan, Harvard Medical School, Bermuda Biological, New, New England Biolabs, New England Biolabs Inc, Mass Locations: England, Ipswich, New England, Gloucester, Mass, Papua New Guinea, freezers, Bermuda, Maine, New, Detroit, Michigan, Saint, Caribbean, Beverly, Dominican Republic, Gloucester, Detroit
Donald Comb Created Tools for Gene-Splicing
  + stars: | 2020-10-30 | by ( James R. Hagerty | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: +5 min
Though his company would never have the prominence of Genentech Inc. or Biogen Inc., Donald Comb found an important niche in gene-splicing. New England Biolabs Inc., founded by Dr. Comb in 1974, produces enzymes that can cut, join and copy genes. “Think of the DNA as a long string of beads, a double string,” Dr. Comb told the Boston Globe in 1982. Dr. Comb introduced a profit-sharing program. James Ellard, who succeeded Dr. Comb as CEO, remembered his fearlessness.
Persons: Donald Comb, Comb, New England Biolabs, , , King, I’ve, Dan Distel, ” Donald, Donald George Comb, Henry Paulus, Saint Barthélemy, Linda, James Ellard, Don, James R, Dr. Comb, Donald George Comb, Linda, James Ellard Organizations: Genentech Inc, England Biolabs Inc, Boston Globe, Genome, Northeastern University, Globe, New England, Wayne State University, University of Michigan, Harvard Medical School, Bermuda Biological, New, New England Biolabs, New England Biolabs Inc, Mass Locations: England, Ipswich, New England, Gloucester, Mass, Papua New Guinea, freezers, Bermuda, Maine, New, Detroit, Michigan, Saint, Caribbean, Beverly, Dominican Republic, Gloucester, Detroit
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