News Clips for Nov. 9, 2018

Ski & Snowboard News / Olympic Visionary And Snow Safety Team Honored At Ski Archives Gala

While the 2002 Winter Olympics plans were on the drawing board, soft-spoken Howard Peterson, executive director of the U.S. Ski Team, rallied officials to build venues that would endure as training sites long after the Games were over.

20 Things Pediatricians Choose Not To Tell First Time Moms

When it comes to taking care of a newborn, there are certain essentials all new parents need to know, such as how to properly use a car seat, the facts surrounding vaccinations, or how to support a newborn's neck. Any pediatrician worth their salt should be able to answer all these newbie questions and provide all the important information to guide new parents to make the safest and most appropriate choices.

Gordon Gund honored by Future Vision Foundation

The nonprofit Future Vision Foundation will host its inaugural 2018 Future Vision Awards Saturday, Nov. 17 at the Cleveland Museum of Art, where it will honor three researchers and celebrate the work of Gordon Gund, Nantucket summer resident, businessman and minority owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers, who established the organization Foundation Fighting Blindness.

Aqua-Yield Joins Nano Institute; Eyes Product Expansion

Five years after introducing its crop fertility products with nano technology, Aqua-Yield is eyeing further product development while expanding its footprint. “Today, 75% of our revenue comes from our ag products, and the balance is from the turf business,” says Aqua-Yield Clark Bell. “We currently have 30 distributors in the U.S, but we are looking to double that be the end of 2019.”