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2014/11/24 02:26
2014/11/24 02:26
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... the publicity given to that committee (back then such events were actually covered in the U.S. news media, not mocked and ignored), some reforms in the monitoring of the intelligence...
2014/11/24 02:26
2014/11/24 02:26
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2014/11/22 15:08
2014/11/22 15:08
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... search engines from other commercial services” as a possible way to address Google’s power. Ars Technica also saw the proposal, and notes the resolution doesn’t mention Google specifically....
2014/11/21 19:19
2014/11/21 19:19
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Boosting butanol's role in the biofuel world By Marcia Wood ARS News Service The potential for producing butanol as a biofuel has become a bit more promising, thanks to U.S. Department of...
2014/11/20 21:46
2014/11/20 21:46
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Networking Tool to Public WASHINGTON, Nov. 20, 2014—VIVO, a Web application used internally by U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists since 2012 to allow better national networking...
2014/11/19 15:46
2014/11/19 15:46
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... of the brain when volunteers viewed calorie-rich comfort foods, according to an an ARS-led study. Click the image for more information about it. Stress eaters who load up on...
2014/11/18 23:17
2014/11/18 23:17
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... and corruption) appear to be eliminated or mitigated. MINIMAL COVERAGE AFTER 10 YEARS: Sewer system cash flows are expected to be sufficient to generate favorable debt service...
2014/11/14 14:46
2014/11/14 14:46
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The potential for producing butanol as a biofuel has become a bit more promising, thanks to U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists and their partners. Work by Agricultural Research Service...
2014/11/12 00:45
2014/11/12 00:45
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... focus has largely been on the GOP's considerable gains, as Republicans took control of the U.S. Senate and widened their majority in the House of Representatives. To some proponents of...
2014/11/11 14:55
2014/11/11 14:55
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... even gaining the ability to work with all major credit cards in August of 2012. So, was the U.S. market just not ready for mobile payments, or did Apple make it ready? Not So Fast, Mr....
2014/11/10 13:19
2014/11/10 13:19
15d
... action has come." Consider whether APIs can be copyrighted, computer activist group urges U.S. Supreme Court "It’s possible the question of whether application programming interfaces (APIs)...
2014/11/09 02:50
2014/11/09 02:50
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LONDON | Like many Jaguars fans in this outlying NFL frontier, Damian Moody-Smith grew up a diehard soccer follower and continues to passionately root for Manchester City, the defending English...
2014/11/08 20:16
2014/11/08 20:16
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U.S. District Court Judge Susan Bolton declared that the law was "preempted by federal law and is permanently enjoined" in an order released late Friday. Bolton's order has the effect of striking...
2014/11/08 12:25
2014/11/08 12:25
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... in tech, from NPR and beyond. Ms. Smith Goes To Washington: In our profile of the new U.S. Chief Technology Officer, Megan Smith, she talks about unconscious bias, how she fell in love...
2014/11/07 13:05
2014/11/07 13:05
18d
... even gaining the ability to work with all major credit cards in August of 2012. So, was the U.S. market just not ready for mobile payments, or did Apple make it ready? Not So Fast, Mr....
2014/11/05 19:47
2014/11/05 19:47
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... stink bugs from migrating between peanut (left) and cotton (right) crops, according to ARS research. Click the image for more information about it. Green Alternative for Controlling...
2014/10/31 16:46
2014/10/31 16:46
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The first ever linkage map for creeping bentgrass, a commonly used turfgrass, was completed by U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists in collaboration with researchers at Rutgers University...
2014/10/29 14:46
2014/10/29 14:46
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ARS ecologist Jason Karl and his collaborators have developed a new literature search engine called "JournalMap," which identifies scientific papers by research locations. Image courtesy of...
2014/10/28 17:09
2014/10/28 17:09
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... arrested June 14. "We are outraged that the FBI, with the apparent assistance of the U.S. Attorney's Office, misappropriated the name of The Seattle Times to secretly install spyware on...
2014/10/28 13:47
2014/10/28 13:47
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A U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) agronomist in North Carolina has used an imaging technique he developed to uncover fresh details about what happens to oats when they freeze. The work by David...
2014/10/27 21:04
2014/10/27 21:04
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Our weeklong virtual conference, Ars UNITE, kicked off today with an examination of how city and town governments are going the extra mile to improve residential broadband. After our feature on the...
2014/11/24 02:26
2014/11/24 02:26
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