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News-Medical-Net
Researchers find intrinsic differences in mice’s neural stem cells using image-tracking technologyOne of the longstanding debates in science, that has, perhaps unsurprisingly, p
Researchers find intrinsic differences in mice’s neural stem cells using image-tracking technology
News-Medical-Net / Posted 5 hours ago
One of the longstanding debates in science, that has, perhaps unsurprisingly, permeated into the field of stem cell research, is the question of nature versus nurture influencing development. Science on stem cells thus far, has suggested that, as one... Read more
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Newswise
Image-Tracking Technology Helps Scientists Observe Nature v. Nurture in Neural Stem Cells Researchers From Drexel University and Neural Stem Cell Institute Use Technolo
Image-Tracking Technology Helps Scientists Observe Nature v. Nurture in Neural Stem Cells
Newswise / Posted yesterday
Researchers From Drexel University and Neural Stem Cell Institute Use Technology to Better Understand Stem Cells in the Brain Newswise — One of the... Read more
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PhysOrg
tracking technology allows scientists to observe nature vs. nurture in neural stem cellsWith help from computational image analysis programs developed at Drexel, resea
tracking technology allows scientists to observe nature vs. nurture in neural stem cells
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
With help from computational image analysis programs developed at Drexel, researchers at the Neural Stem Cell Institute are gaining a better understanding of stem cells found in the brain—information that could lead to breakthroughs in regenerative... Read more
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Bleacher Report
Previewing Italy vs. MaltaOne of the most local of local derbies among this week’s Euro 2016 qualifiers t
Previewing Italy vs. Malta
Bleacher Report / Posted 2 days ago
One of the most local of local derbies among this week’s Euro 2016 qualifiers takes place in Florence on Thursday, when Italy will expect to keep up their challenge to qualify from Group H by beating a winless Malta. The Italians have picked up 12... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The Birth and Death of Co-Operative UnionsWith the introduction of cash crops such as coffee, cotton and tobacco in the e
The Birth and Death of Co-Operative Unions
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
With the introduction of cash crops such as coffee, cotton and tobacco in the early 1900's came commercialised farming. Though it is important to note that it was done forcefully, like growing of coffee in central region, hence the name kiboko... Read more
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
How Moishe House is helping turn social lives into Jewish life | FeatureMoishe House Silver Lake residents Ben Feldman, top left, and Andrew Cohen, far
How Moishe House is helping turn social lives into Jewish life | Feature
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles / Posted 4 days ago
Moishe House Silver Lake residents Ben Feldman, top left, and Andrew Cohen, far right, eat and socialize with guests during a Shabbat picnic event at the Silver Lake Recreation Center. Photo by Carmel Diamant “Are you all from Moishe House?” Ben... Read more
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Times of Malta
Hibs made to sweatHibernians 2 Failla 13 pen, Dias 72 Floriana 1 Villa 60 pen A controversial M
Hibs made to sweat
Times of Malta / Posted 6 days ago
Hibernians 2 Failla 13 pen, Dias 72 Floriana 1 Villa 60 pen A controversial Marcelo Dias goal got Hibernians their first win as they beat Floriana 2-1 last night. The Greens, already incensed by referee Clayton Pisani’s decision to award the... Read more
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Times of Malta
Controversial goal and three points for HibsA controversial Marcelo Dias goal got Hibernians their first win as they triump
Controversial goal and three points for Hibs
Times of Malta / Posted 6 days ago
A controversial Marcelo Dias goal got Hibernians their first win as they triumphed 2-1 over Floriana. Andrew Cohen, having started from an offside position, latched onto the end of the Brazilian’s shot-cum-cross but it seems that the ball had already... Read more
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Quartz
As an Asian-American, I never thought diversity mattered until I founded my own startup - Quartz I never thought of diversity as being important. As an...
As an Asian-American, I never thought diversity mattered until I founded my own startup
Quartz / Posted 9 days ago
- Quartz I never thought of diversity as being important. As an... Read more
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Times of Malta
Substitute Vujacic denies HibsBalzan 1 Vujacic 90; Hibernians 1 Jorginho 57; Alexandar Vujacic came off the
Substitute Vujacic denies Hibs
Times of Malta / Posted 12 days ago
Balzan 1 Vujacic 90; Hibernians 1 Jorginho 57; Alexandar Vujacic came off the bench to stop Hibs from starting their title defence with a win as he fired home a stoppage-time equaliser for Balzan last night. It was an unexpected outcome to a match... Read more
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Times of Malta
Champions face tricky startAfter weeks of pre-season preparation, the 2015-16 Premier League gets under wa
Champions face tricky start
Times of Malta / Posted 14 days ago
After weeks of pre-season preparation, the 2015-16 Premier League gets under way this evening with a four-match programme played at two different venues. Champions Hibernians get into the action tomorrow and from the look of things they will again... Read more
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The Atlantic
Texas Jury Re-Convicts Jerry Hartfield, Who Spent 35 Years Awaiting RetrialJerry Hartfield, 59, has been in prison since 1977 even though his original mur
Texas Jury Re-Convicts Jerry Hartfield, Who Spent 35 Years Awaiting Retrial
The Atlantic / Posted 15 days ago
Jerry Hartfield, 59, has been in prison since 1977 even though his original murder conviction was overturned in 1980. On Wednesday, a Texas jury found him guilty of the crime for a second time. In 1977, a jury convicted Hartfield, who is black, of... Read more
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Harrow Times
Runner’s marathon effort for learning disability charityONE determined runner has stepped up his training regime as he prepares to take
Runner’s marathon effort for learning disability charity
Harrow Times / Posted 16 days ago
ONE determined runner has stepped up his training regime as he prepares to take on a half marathon for charity. Edgware resident Andrew Cohen, is calling on couch-bound Londoners to join him as he takes on the Royal Parks Half Marathon to raise... Read more
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Tucson Weekly
Zona Politics with Jim Nintzel: Outer Space with Chris Impey and Beneath Ancient Lakes with Andrew CohenThis week on Zona Politics with Jim Nintzel: We go into outer space with author
Zona Politics with Jim Nintzel: Outer Space with Chris Impey and Beneath Ancient Lakes with Andrew Cohen
Tucson Weekly / Posted 20 days ago
This week on Zona Politics with Jim Nintzel: We go into outer space with author Chris Impey and deep beneath ancient African lakes with Dr. Andrew Cohen. Impey, the deputy head of the UA Astronomy Department, stops by talk about his new book Beyond:... Read more
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Times of Malta
Champs draw first bloodHibernians 2 Z. Muscat 31og; Mazzetti 41og; Birkirkara 1 Miccoli 13; If this
Champs draw first blood
Times of Malta / Posted 22 days ago
Hibernians 2 Z. Muscat 31og; Mazzetti 41og; Birkirkara 1 Miccoli 13; If this was a taste of things to come, then we are in for a cracking season. Champions Hibernians and Birkirkara, the FA Trophy holders, contested the first honour of the season,... Read more
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Times of Malta
Hibs beat Birkirkara to win Super CupHIBERNIANS-2, BIRKIRKARA-1 Champions Hibernians signalled their intent to stay
Hibs beat Birkirkara to win Super Cup
Times of Malta / Posted 22 days ago
HIBERNIANS-2, BIRKIRKARA-1 Champions Hibernians signalled their intent to stay on the success trail after winning the first trophy of the 2015/16 domestic season. Facing FA Trophy winners Birkirkara in the BOV Super Cup flash, Hibernians came back... Read more
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Times of Malta
Captain Cohen eager to maintain lofty standardsHibs captain Andrew Cohen is keen to inspire his team to another honour after p
Captain Cohen eager to maintain lofty standards
Times of Malta / Posted 23 days ago
Hibs captain Andrew Cohen is keen to inspire his team to another honour after playing a starring role in their title feat last season. “Last season was a very positive one for us,” Cohen, the 2014/15 MFA footballer of the year, said. “We won the... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Bon Appétit: Savannah's The Grey one of the Top 50 best new restaurants in AmericaAdd Bon Appétit magazine to the list of food aficionados lining up the heap pra
Bon Appétit: Savannah's The Grey one of the Top 50 best new restaurants in America
Savannah Morning News / Posted 30 days ago
Add Bon Appétit magazine to the list of food aficionados lining up the heap praise on Savannah’s The Grey restaurant. The magazine announced Monday that The Grey is one of two Georgia restaurants named to its Top 50 nominees for America’s Best New... Read more

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