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Malloy: Expect Big Traffic, Transit Delays All We...
FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – Residents can expect chaos on highways and rail lines in Fairfield County for at least the next week as crews continue to repair damage caused by Friday evening’s train...
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Elite university aims to solve world's problems
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (KGO) -- There is an elite university in Silicon Valley that the best and brightest are fighting to get into. It isn't an accredited university, but many believe it will be the...
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There's a bill heading to Gov. Pat Quinn's desk that would make DuPage County
for efficient local government. It might even produce a magic trick: Watch this taxing body disappear! The...
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New concept for leasing solar power being tried i...
Vermont's largest electric company is partnering with what they call the largest solar developer in the country. "Turning Rutland into the solar capital of New England," said Scott Fisher, of NRG...
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London woman Laura Fernee says she's 'too attract...
A LONDON woman says she has been unemployed for two years because her good looks caused "massive problems" in the workplace. Laura Fernee, who has a science PhD, says her last job was at a medical...
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Foundations at the top
The Big Three among American foundations subsist in networks of high-level contacts and influence; they fund research groups, projects, and conferences, and confer prestige on those they support....
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US drugmaker Actavis buys Irish firm for $8.5bn
US drugmaker Actavis buys Irish firm for $8.5bn US drugs company Actavis on Monday agreed to buy Irish peer Warner Chilcott for $8.5 billion (6.6 billion euros) including debt, in a bumper takeover...
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Cannes Review: Martian Zombies and Liev Schreiber...
Mars is a frequent sci-fi setting, but the appeal of an object of wonder and mystery just barely within our reach rarely translates to the screen. From "Ghosts of Mars" to "Mission on Mars,"...
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Earth's iron core is surprisingly weak
Through laboratory experiments, postdoctoral researcher Arianna Gleason, left, and Wendy Mao, an assistant professor of geological and environmental sciences and of photon science, determined that the...
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Tracking invasives, CSI style
LANSING - Great Lakes researchers from Notre Dame, Central Michigan and Michigan State universities are using new environmental DNA techniques to track down and control the spread of invasive...
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Deep inside the brain
The brain controls our thinking, feelings and movements and a new exhibition in southern France aims to reveal some of its secrets. European researchers are trying to unlock the brain’s deepest...
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Quest Diagnostics completes acquisition of Concen...
Quest Diagnostics (NYSE: DGX), the world's leading provider of diagnostic information services, announced today that it has acquired the toxicology and clinical laboratory business of medical center...
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Richard Noone takes on Bremen Patisserie's chilli...
MEET the "Flaming Ron" - a chilli-filled pie so hot you have to sign a waiver to consume it. And I was going to eat it … well, at least take a bite. The legal disclaimer indemnifies Bremen...
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Markets Strengthen Moral Valuesby Fred E. Foldvary, Senior Editor, 20 May 2013 Pure markets enhance people�s moral values. In a pure market economy, all activity is voluntary for everyone, and...
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Oxford High School students use science, math ski...
By DIANA DILLABER MURRAY The Oxford High School CSI team — (top, from left: Megan Baumgartner, Alicia Romano. Maddie Littman and teacher coach Kelly Bollman, (bottom, from left) Anna Stanko, Nick Kim...
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Mice return from a month in spaceMice return from a month in space A Russian capsule carrying mice and lizards has returned to Earth after spending a month in space.More >> A Russian capsule...
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I'm TOO pretty to work: Graduate says her good lo...
She’s bright, friendly and well-qualified. But Laura Fernee has quit her job... saying she’s too pretty to work. The university graduate reckons her slim figure, attractive face and glossy hair made...
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Top plastic surgeon has a dream for SA
Dr Ridwan Mia. File photo: Bongiwe Mchunu Johannesburg - Ridwan Mia has probably realised many of his life-long dreams with an illustrious career and string of successes as a plastic and...
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View of the Great Salt Lake from Skylab
The goal of the Skylab mission was to prove that humans could live and work in space for extended periods of time. But like every other human venture into the skies, somehow the view always turns back...
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Dear Dr. K: My father recently saw his doctor, complaining of fever, fatigue, joint pain and rashes. His doctor suspects vasculitis. What is vasculitis? How is it diagnosed and treated? Dear Reader:...
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