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KCCI 8 Des Moines
Man remembers who he is after 30 yearsMissing for decades, one man just solved his own missing persons case, accordin
Man remembers who he is after 30 years
KCCI 8 Des Moines / Posted 45 minutes ago
Missing for decades, one man just solved his own missing persons case, according to Canadian police. For 30 years, a Canadian man lived under a different name with an apparently unknown past and didn't know he had any relatives, until now, according... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
New windows on the UniverseFriday, 12 February 2016, 12:19 pmArticle: University of Canterbury STANDFIRST:
New windows on the Universe
Scoop.co.nz / Posted an hour ago
Friday, 12 February 2016, 12:19 pmArticle: University of Canterbury STANDFIRST: As researchers with the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) announce they have spotted... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
2nd pregnant Australian woman tests positive for Zika virus An Aedes aegypti mosquito is photographed in a laboratory at the University o
2nd pregnant Australian woman tests positive for Zika virus
Manila Bulletin / Posted an hour ago
An Aedes aegypti mosquito is photographed in a laboratory at the University of El Salvador, in San Salvador, on February 3, 2016. AFP PHOTO/Marvin RECINOS / AFP / Marvin RECINOS SYDNEY — A... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Pregnant woman in Victoria tests positive to Zika virusZika virus: Pregnant woman in Victoria tests positive to mosquito-borne illness
Pregnant woman in Victoria tests positive to Zika virus
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 hours ago
Zika virus: Pregnant woman in Victoria tests positive to mosquito-borne illness, Health Minister says Photo:An Aedes Aegypti mosquito reported to be able to carry the Zika virus is photographed in a laboratory of control of epidemiological vectors... Read more
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J Weekly
‘Roman Vishniac Rediscovered’: CJM exhibit captures six decades of iconic images“A Vanished World,” Roman Vishniac’s wrenching photographic record of pre-Holoc
‘Roman Vishniac Rediscovered’: CJM exhibit captures six decades of iconic images
J Weekly / Posted 3 hours ago
“A Vanished World,” Roman Vishniac’s wrenching photographic record of pre-Holocaust life in impoverished Eastern Europe, made its way to the coffee tables and bookshelves of more than 250,000 U.S. homes after its 1983 publication. The photos,... Read more
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CNN
Scott Kelly from space: Earth's atmosphere looks 'very fragile'Kelly is currently in his 501st day in space over six different missions and th
Scott Kelly from space: Earth's atmosphere looks 'very fragile'
CNN / Posted 6 hours ago
Kelly is currently in his 501st day in space over six different missions and the 321st day of his one-year mission aboard the International Space Station. He has now been in space longer than any other U.S. astronaut. Part of his current mission... Read more
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Daily Mail
Warning over iron tablets as study reveals they may damage the body in just 10 MINUTES Levels of iron a
Warning over iron tablets
Daily Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
as study reveals they may damage the body in just 10 MINUTES Levels of iron as seen in prescription tablets can damage cells' DNA Causes DNA repair systems to work harder than usual for up to 6 hours Researchers urge... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Spotting of gravitational waves heralds triumphant new age of astronomyAs researchers with the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LI
Spotting of gravitational waves heralds triumphant new age of astronomy
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 hours ago
As researchers with the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) announce they have spotted gravitational waves — ripples in space set off by violent astrophysical events — University of Canterbury Professor of Physics Dr David... Read more
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Market Watch
Just one thing can cushion investors when stock market hits bottomFederal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen had a tall order going into her Capitol
Just one thing can cushion investors when stock market hits bottom
Market Watch / Posted 10 hours ago
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen had a tall order going into her Capitol Hill testimony — give investors something to smile about. In the harsh daylight, she appears to have bitterly disappointed them, as she failed to release enough... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Norwich care home worker jailed for six years for sex attacks A “predatory” care home worker has today been jailed for six years after bein
Norwich care home worker jailed for six years for sex attacks
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 10 hours ago
A “predatory” care home worker has today been jailed for six years after being convicted of a string of sex attacks on nine female colleagues. During a 10 day trial last year, Norwich... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Norwich care home worker jailed for six years for sex attacks A care home worker has today been jailed for six years after being convicted
Norwich care home worker jailed for six years for sex attacks
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 10 hours ago
A care home worker has today been jailed for six years after being convicted of a string of sex attacks on nine female colleagues. And Mihai Alistar. 38, a Romanian maintenance man and... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Norfolk care home worker jailed for sex assaults A care home worker has today been jailed for six years after being convicted
Norfolk care home worker jailed for sex assaults
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 11 hours ago
A care home worker has today been jailed for six years after being convicted of a string of sex attacks on nine female colleagues. And Mihai Alistar. 38, a Romanian maintenance man and worker at care... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Back to its roots: How Zika may threaten Africa Nearly 70 years after its discovery in mainland Africa the virus is threateni
Back to its roots: How Zika may threaten Africa
Eye Witness News / Posted 11 hours ago
Nearly 70 years after its discovery in mainland Africa the virus is threatening to return to the continent. Aedes aegypti mosquitos are photographed in a laboratory at the University of El Salvador,... Read more
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Market Watch
Just one thing can cushion investors when stock market hits bottomFederal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen had a tall order going into her Capitol
Just one thing can cushion investors when stock market hits bottom
Market Watch / Posted 13 hours ago
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen had a tall order going into her Capitol Hill testimony — give investors something to smile about. In the harsh daylight, she appears to have bitterly disappointed them, as she failed to release enough... Read more
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Zero Hedge
February 11Overnight Media Digest - Theranos' main retail partner Walgreens threatened to
February 11
Zero Hedge / Posted 13 hours ago
Overnight Media Digest - Theranos' main retail partner Walgreens threatened to terminate its relationship with the blood-testing company unless it quickly fixes the problems found by federal inspectors at a laboratory in California, people familiar... Read more
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Daily Mail
'Superfast' broadband that's 50,000 TIMES faster than current speedsDownload box sets in the blink of an eye: Record-breaking superfast broadband i
'Superfast' broadband that's 50,000 TIMES faster than current speeds
Daily Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
Download box sets in the blink of an eye: Record-breaking superfast broadband is 50,000 TIMES faster than current speeds Scientists used fibre optic cables to sent data at 1.125 terabits per second That's 50,000 times faster than 'superfast' rate... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Ground-breaking computer drug research at Leeds university aims to find Ebola cureLeeds scientists have embarked on research to unlock the chemical keys that cou
Ground-breaking computer drug research at Leeds university aims to find Ebola cure
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 15 hours ago
Leeds scientists have embarked on research to unlock the chemical keys that could defeat the Ebola virus. Having secured a £200,000 Wellcome Trust grant, the University of Leeds’ schools of chemistry and molecular and cellular biology are hoping to... Read more
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PhysOrg
Scientists gain insights into 'forbidden' chemistryThe structures of 'textbook' NaCl (left) and 'forbidden' A3Y (A=Li, Na, K; Y= C
Scientists gain insights into 'forbidden' chemistry
PhysOrg / Posted 17 hours ago
The structures of 'textbook' NaCl (left) and 'forbidden' A3Y (A=Li, Na, K; Y= Cl, Br) (right) are shown. Credit: MIPT press office Gabriele Saleh, a research fellow at MIPT, and Prof. Artem Oganov, a Laboratory Supervisor at MIPT and Professor at the... Read more
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Market Watch
Walgreens may end retail partnership with TheranosTheranos Inc.’s main retail partner threatened to terminate its relationship wi
Walgreens may end retail partnership with Theranos
Market Watch / Posted yesterday
Theranos Inc.’s main retail partner threatened to terminate its relationship with the blood-testing company unless it quickly fixes the problems found by federal inspectors at a laboratory in California, people familiar with the matter said. The... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
Biden seeks input for cancer 'moonshot' at Duke UniversityVice President Joe Biden speaks with Nobel Laureate Dr. Paul Modrich, left, as
Biden seeks input for cancer 'moonshot' at Duke University
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted yesterday
Vice President Joe Biden speaks with Nobel Laureate Dr. Paul Modrich, left, as Dr. A. Eugene Washington, Chancellor for Health Affairs at Duke University, right, and Vickers Burdett, wife of Washington, middle, listen in a laboratory at Duke... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Biden seeks input for cancer 'moonshot' at Duke UniversityVice President Joe Biden speaks with Nobel Laureate Dr. Paul Modrich, left, as
Biden seeks input for cancer 'moonshot' at Duke University
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
Vice President Joe Biden speaks with Nobel Laureate Dr. Paul Modrich, left, as Dr. A. Eugene Washington, Chancellor for Health Affairs at Duke University, right, and Vickers Burdett, wife of Washington, middle, listen in a laboratory at Duke... Read more
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The New Canaan News
Biden seeks input for cancer 'moonshot' at Duke UniversityVice President Joe Biden speaks with Nobel Laureate Dr. Paul Modrich, left, as
Biden seeks input for cancer 'moonshot' at Duke University
The New Canaan News / Posted yesterday
Vice President Joe Biden speaks with Nobel Laureate Dr. Paul Modrich, left, as Dr. A. Eugene Washington, Chancellor for Health Affairs at Duke University, right, and Vickers Burdett, wife of Washington, middle, listen in a laboratory at Duke... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Biden seeks input for cancer 'moonshot' at Duke UniversityVice President Joe Biden speaks with Nobel Laureate Dr. Paul Modrich, left, as
Biden seeks input for cancer 'moonshot' at Duke University
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
Vice President Joe Biden speaks with Nobel Laureate Dr. Paul Modrich, left, as Dr. A. Eugene Washington, Chancellor for Health Affairs at Duke University, right, and Vickers Burdett, wife of Washington, middle, listen in a laboratory at Duke... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
JEA's water-quality lab in 1915 building tests 45,000 samples a yearJacksonville’s 1915 Waterworks Park still works. Exposed brick and tall blue wi
JEA's water-quality lab in 1915 building tests 45,000 samples a year
The Florida Times-Union / Posted yesterday
Jacksonville’s 1915 Waterworks Park still works. Exposed brick and tall blue windows adorn the building off Main Street in Springfield. Inside, an antique green water pump dominates the high-ceilinged electrical room, but it has been replaced by... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Biden seeks input for cancer 'moonshot' at Duke UniversityVice President Joe Biden speaks with Nobel Laureate Dr. Paul Modrich, left, as
Biden seeks input for cancer 'moonshot' at Duke University
Darien News-Review / Posted yesterday
Vice President Joe Biden speaks with Nobel Laureate Dr. Paul Modrich, left, as Dr. A. Eugene Washington, Chancellor for Health Affairs at Duke University, right, and Vickers Burdett, wife of Washington, middle, listen in a laboratory at Duke... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Female scientists who changed historySix female scientists who changed history: Beatrix Potter, Hedy Lamarr and the
Female scientists who changed history
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Six female scientists who changed history: Beatrix Potter, Hedy Lamarr and the woman who saved America from thalidomide An author, an actress and more than one whose work was ripped off by men. On the first United Nations International Day of Women... Read more
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MacDailyNews
NASA goes social to take its case directly to the people – MacDailyNews“If you want politicians to give you money, you need to build public support fo
NASA goes social to take its case directly to the people – MacDailyNews
MacDailyNews / Posted yesterday
“If you want politicians to give you money, you need to build public support for what you do,” Jason Snell reports for Yahoo Tech. “NASA has been doing just that since the 1960s. Back then, to build excitement for missions to the moon and beyond, the... Read more
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Science Daily
Study challenges widely accepted theory of Yellowstone formation"Our model covered the entire history of Yellowstone volcanic activities," said
Study challenges widely accepted theory of Yellowstone formation
Science Daily / Posted yesterday
"Our model covered the entire history of Yellowstone volcanic activities," said Lijun Liu, a geology professor at the University of Illinois. Liu's computer model accounted for the last 40 million years, prior to even the earliest signs of... Read more
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KHSL Chico-Redding
Oregon confirms first case of Zika in 2016The Pacific Northwest has its first confirmed case of travel-related Zika Virus
Oregon confirms first case of Zika in 2016
KHSL Chico-Redding / Posted yesterday
The Pacific Northwest has its first confirmed case of travel-related Zika Virus, the Oregon Health Authority confirmed Wednesday. Health authorities confirmed that an unidentified woman contracted the virus while traveling outside the United States... Read more
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Daily Mail
ANOTHER way alcohol is bad for your liver...ANOTHER way alcohol is bad for your insides: Booze 'allows gut bacteria to engu
ANOTHER way alcohol is bad for your liver...
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
ANOTHER way alcohol is bad for your insides: Booze 'allows gut bacteria to engulf the liver, increasing the risk of disease' Now, scientists revealed alcohol also allows bacteria to migrate to the liver That's because alcohol lowers levels of REG3G... Read more
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PhysOrg
Study challenges widely accepted theory of Yellowstone formationUniversity of Illinois geology professor Lijun Liu used computer simulations to
Study challenges widely accepted theory of Yellowstone formation
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
University of Illinois geology professor Lijun Liu used computer simulations to study the origins of the Yellowstone supervolcano. Credit: L. Brian Stauffer Understanding the complex geological processes that form supervolcanoes could ultimately help... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Helpful protein can change genetic sequence of normal cells and make mutations that cause cancersWashington State University researchers have determined how a protein that help
Helpful protein can change genetic sequence of normal cells and make mutations that cause cancers
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
Washington State University researchers have determined how a protein that helps cells fight viruses can also cause genetic mutations that lead to cancer. The research, published in the journal Cell Reports, shows how the expression of a protein... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Asian scientists race to make Zika test kit But India's efforts are being hindered by the lack of a live virus sample. A
Asian scientists race to make Zika test kit
Eye Witness News / Posted yesterday
But India's efforts are being hindered by the lack of a live virus sample. Aedes aegypti mosquitos, which transmit the Zika virus, are photographed in a laboratory at the University of El Salvador, in San... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
How 'Deadpool' rose from Hollywood purgatory to make R-rated fun of your sacred superheroesEvery superhero's story has its pivotal, then-everything-changed moment: a radi
How 'Deadpool' rose from Hollywood purgatory to make R-rated fun of your sacred superheroes
The Sacramento Bee / Posted yesterday
Every superhero's story has its pivotal, then-everything-changed moment: a radioactive spider bite, a laboratory experiment gone awry, exposure to cosmic rays. This one involves an Internet leak. In late July 2014, nearly two minutes of old test... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Infertility Not Just a Woman's WoeBy Andrew Kaggwa And Racheal Ninsiima Berna Amullen is such a resigned woman;
Infertility Not Just a Woman's Woe
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
By Andrew Kaggwa And Racheal Ninsiima Berna Amullen is such a resigned woman; the way she walks, talks... It is clear she has been through a lot and is done hoping. In Kumi where she comes from, Amullen is a vendor dealing in perishables such as... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
A century ago today, an anarchist tried to kill Chicago's archbishop with soupIt was almost the crime of the century. But now that a century has passed, the
A century ago today, an anarchist tried to kill Chicago's archbishop with soup
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
It was almost the crime of the century. But now that a century has passed, the banquet soup poisoning of 1916 has virtually disappeared from Chicago's memory. On Feb. 10 — 100 years ago today — a few hundred of the city's most prominent people... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Cancer Care ... Namibia Oncology CentreI shiver as I look at the bed she is lying on rotate 360 degrees for her radiot
Cancer Care ... Namibia Oncology Centre
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
I shiver as I look at the bed she is lying on rotate 360 degrees for her radiotherapy treatment from the screen outside the radiation room. Two minutes later, she staggers out of the room at the Oncology Centre in Eros, Windhoek. She is wearing a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
HM the King Inaugurates Aquaculture Farm in Oued Ed-DahabOued Ed — HM King Mohammed VI inaugurated, Tuesday in the El Argoub municipalit
HM the King Inaugurates Aquaculture Farm in Oued Ed-Dahab
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Oued Ed — HM King Mohammed VI inaugurated, Tuesday in the El Argoub municipality (southern province of Oued Ed-dahab), the "Azura Aquaculture" farm. This aquaculture project, which required an overall budget of 81 million dirhams, is part of the... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Fish, other mosquitoes now warriors in Zika battleThe Aedes Aegypti mosquito larvae are photographed at a laboratory of the Minis
Fish, other mosquitoes now warriors in Zika battle
News 24 South Africa / Posted yesterday
The Aedes Aegypti mosquito larvae are photographed at a laboratory of the Ministry of Health of El Salvador in San Salvador, February 7, 2016. (Marvin Recinos, AFP) San Salvador – With larva-chomping fish and genetically modified insects, Latin... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Mayo Clinic researchers discover new bacterial species that triggers Lyme disease in peopleMayo Clinic researchers, in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control
Mayo Clinic researchers discover new bacterial species that triggers Lyme disease in people
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
Mayo Clinic researchers, in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and health officials from Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin, have discovered a new bacterial species that causes Lyme disease in people. The new... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
China confirms first imported Zika case: report FILE – An Aedes aegypti mosquito is photographed in a laboratory at the Unive
China confirms first imported Zika case: report
Manila Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
FILE – An Aedes aegypti mosquito is photographed in a laboratory at the University of El Salvador, in San Salvador, on February 3, 2016. AFP PHOTO/Marvin RECINOS / AFP / Marvin RECINOS China confirmed... Read more
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The Coldwater Daily Reporter
Sometimes, a crisis nearby can make us pay closer attention to risks at home. Lead poisoning has been a major topic of discussion in recent weeks, amid the
Sometimes, a crisis nearby can make us pay closer attention to risks at home.
The Coldwater Daily Reporter / Posted 2 days ago
Lead poisoning has been a major topic of discussion in recent weeks, amid the public-water crisis in Flint.That situation involved a specific series of circumstances, but... Read more
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MLive.com
Revolutionary DNA approach allowed in holdup trial now under wayMUSKEGON, MI – The armed robbery trial of Elamin Muhammad started Tuesday, the
Revolutionary DNA approach allowed in holdup trial now under way
MLive.com / Posted 2 days ago
MUSKEGON, MI – The armed robbery trial of Elamin Muhammad started Tuesday, the first trial in the United States allowing an approach to analyzing DNA results that could revolutionize crime-scene investigation and court cases. Muhammad, 28, of... Read more
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Business Insider
Here are 5 reasons Toyota's Scion brand failedHas Toyota’s youth-oriented sub-brand, Scion, failed, or merely timed out in it
Here are 5 reasons Toyota's Scion brand failed
Business Insider / Posted 2 days ago
Has Toyota’s youth-oriented sub-brand, Scion, failed, or merely timed out in its mission? Jim Lentz, Toyota’s CEO for North America, announced yesterday in a video statement that the brand will be phased out after the 2016 model year, with all... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Forensic experts reject Mexico's claim that criminals burned missing studentsIndependent forensic experts have rejected the Mexican government’s investigati
Forensic experts reject Mexico's claim that criminals burned missing students
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 2 days ago
Independent forensic experts have rejected the Mexican government’s investigation into the 2014 disappearance of 43 student teachers, concluding that there is no physical evidence to support the attorney general’s claim that the missing students’... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Ocean Isle man helps write spy thriller High HandOn Tuesday, Copper Peak Press will release "High Hand," a debut novel for Curti
Ocean Isle man helps write spy thriller High Hand
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 2 days ago
On Tuesday, Copper Peak Press will release "High Hand," a debut novel for Curtis J. James. "High Hand" should find a ready market among lovers of political thrillers. In it, a bomb blast nearly kills a Republican candidate for president -- a U.S.... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
How 'Deadpool' rose from Hollywood purgatory to make R-rated fun of your sacred superheroesEvery superhero's story has its pivotal, then-everything-changed moment: a radi
How 'Deadpool' rose from Hollywood purgatory to make R-rated fun of your sacred superheroes
Los Angeles Times / Posted 2 days ago
Every superhero's story has its pivotal, then-everything-changed moment: a radioactive spider bite, a laboratory experiment gone awry, exposure to cosmic rays. This one involves an Internet leak. In late July 2014, nearly two minutes of old test... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Laboratory Goes 12y Years Without Lab TechnicianSingida — Some residents of Dung'unyi Ward in Ikungi District, Singida Region,
Laboratory Goes 12y Years Without Lab Technician
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
Singida — Some residents of Dung'unyi Ward in Ikungi District, Singida Region, are forced to walk 10 to 18 kilometres to seek medical laboratory services at Makiungu Mission Hospital located at Mungaa Division. Dung'unyi ward dispensary laboratory... Read more
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PhysOrg
How Microsoft and Novartis created Kinect-based MS diagnostic toolMicrosoft researcher Cecily Morrison demonstrates Assess MS, a tool that aims t
How Microsoft and Novartis created Kinect-based MS diagnostic tool
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
Microsoft researcher Cecily Morrison demonstrates Assess MS, a tool that aims to bring more consistency to tracking the progress of multiple sclerosis symptoms. Credit: Jonathan Banks When Microsoft released the Kinect system for playing Xbox video... Read more
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Newsmax
Urologists More Likely to Order PSA TestsUrologists are far more likely than primary care doctors to do prostate cancer
Urologists More Likely to Order PSA Tests
Newsmax / Posted 2 days ago
Urologists are far more likely than primary care doctors to do prostate cancer screenings known as prostate-specific antigen (PSA) testing, a new study reports. For the test, a blood sample is taken and sent to a laboratory to check for levels of a... Read more
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