Boca Raton, Florida - aboutGolf the Official Golf Simulator Provider of the PGA TOUR will showcase their widescreen simulator with over 60 course options at the annual PGA TOUR tournament meetings this week in Boca Raton.  The attendees will have an opportunity to play and compete against each other in a closest to the pin contest highlighting the best par 3 holes on the PGA TOUR.  Attending the meetings are tournament directors from PGA TOUR, PGA TOUR Champions, Web.com Tour and PGA TOUR Canada tournaments.

San Francisco, California - Casa Noble announced the latest addition to its extensive portfolio of first class tequilas. Casa Noble Seleccion del Fundador Volume II is a triple distilled, extra anejo, which has been aged for eight years in new Taransaud 114-liter French white oak barrels to impeccably develop its complex, elegant character. 

Washington, DC - Today, the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) - the State Department's flagship leadership program in Southeast Asia - will celebrate its fourth anniversary. To mark the occasion, emerging leaders in all ASEAN member countries will implement community service projects, December 1-10, throughout their local, national, and regional communities. This dynamic campaign, collectively known as YOUnified, will bring leaders together with U.S. diplomatic missions for 10 days of high-impact projects.

Washington, DC - Engaging NSF's research community in the pursuit of fundamental research in data science and engineering, the development of a cohesive, federated, national-scale approach to research data infrastructure, and the development of a 21st-century data-capable workforce.

Washington, DC - Framing challenging research questions at inception, and fostering the collaborations needed for successful inquiry.

Rochester, Minnesota - The World Health Organization is urging countries to restrict the use of antibiotics in food animal production. Food producers in many countries feed low-dose antibiotics to farm animals to encourage the animals to grow bigger and faster, which, in return, contributes to the antibiotic resistance in bacteria.

Washington, DC - Developing an agile process for funding experimental research capabilities in the mid-scale range. The National Science Foundation's science and engineering activities rely increasingly on infrastructure that is diverse in space, cost and implementation time - everything from major observatories to nationwide sensor networks to smaller experiments.

Scottsdale, Arizona - It's very unlikely that you would get genital herpes from a toilet seat. Genital herpes is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) spread by skin-to-skin contact.

Las Vegas, Nevada - Exploiting quantum mechanics to observe, manipulate, and control the behavior of particles and energy at atomic and subatomic scales, resulting in next-generation technologies for sensing, computing, modeling, and communicating.

Las Vegas, Nevada - Certain genes make you more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease. Genes control the function of every cell in your body. Some genes determine basic characteristics, such as the color of your eyes and hair. Other genes can make you more likely to develop certain diseases, including Alzheimer's disease.