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2014/04/23 10:08
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Telling someone to "act your age" is another way of asking him or her to behave better. Age, however, does not always bring improvements. Certain cells of the immune system tend to misbehave with age,...
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2014/04/23 08:31
2014/04/23 08:31
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Marilyn Ferreira has solved her share of financial puzzles, running a business, buying a home and arranging a mortgage, raising six children as a single mother. But none of that compared to the...
2014/04/23 01:06
2014/04/23 01:06
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Through his five months in hospital, Shillcox’s family remained hopeful. His parents lived out of a camper they’d parked outside the Salt Lake City hospital where he was being treated so they could...
2014/04/22 21:04
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Posted: Tuesday, April 22nd 2014 at 4:44pm Flowery Branch college student selected for Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship Peter Marshall gives a mathematics presentation during UNG's Annual Research...
2014/04/22 19:31
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Previous studies have shown that Antarctica was a much warmer continent 40 to 50 million years ago and a new report from a team of American, Dutch and Australian researchers has revealed finer details...
2014/04/22 16:42
2014/04/22 16:42
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An artist, a woman of firsts, businessmen, lawyers and an NFL coach. These are this year’s inductees into the Erie County Chamber of Commerce Gallery of Achievers. They will be honored in a ceremony...
2014/04/22 16:31
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Researchers searching for planets orbiting around a distant star look for a signature dimming of that star’s light, but what if the distant star suddenly gets a bit brighter? Astronomers from the...
2014/04/22 11:39
2014/04/22 11:39
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Solar panels are becoming a familiar site in communities across the United States, but what about solar fuels? A solar fuel is produced from sunlight through artificial photosynthesis, mimicking what...
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2014/04/22 05:46
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CHINO, Calif. -- A dog training program at a local prison is helping families dealing with autism and giving female inmates a sense of pride. For 4-year-old Marlee Paris, who is living with...
2014/04/22 05:44
2014/04/22 05:44
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This June marks 15 years since actor Jack Lemmon died in 2001 at age 76. Producer Hershey Felder has made it his tradition as a stage performer to highlight a blend of storytelling and music for...
2014/04/21 17:17
2014/04/21 17:17
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The Happiness of Cities: Do Happy People Take Happy Images? Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise — A team of researchers from the University of California, San Diego and The Graduate...
2014/04/21 16:41
2014/04/21 16:41
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... —Saturn's moon Pan, named for the Greek god of shepherds, rules over quite a different domain: the Encke gap in Saturn's rings. Pan (17 miles, or 28 kilometers across) keeps the Encke gap...
2014/04/20 05:15
2014/04/20 05:15
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So many Kern County residents say the same of their own neighborhoods that the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index recently ranked Bakersfield in the bottom 10 metro areas nationwide for access to...
2014/04/20 04:34
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It’s hard to overstate the excitement of tech people about what is on the verge of happening to the practice of medicine. Eric Horvitz, co-director of Microsoft Research’s main lab in Redmond, Wash.,...
2014/04/18 19:04
2014/04/18 19:04
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Gregory Galvin, Ph.D., has been recognized as the Cornell Entrepreneur of the Year 2014 as part of the Entrepreneurship@Cornell annual conference, April 10-11 at Cornell University. Galvin is the...
2014/04/18 15:15
2014/04/18 15:15
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Timur and the Dime Museum is the delightfully demented Los Angeles-based gender-bending/genre-defying hybrid post-punk glam performance band led by the fierce, classically trained Kazakh-American...
2014/04/18 05:15
2014/04/18 05:15
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A NASA camera on Mars has captured what appears to be artificial light emanating outward from the planet's surface. Photos taken April 2 and April 3 by a camera on the Curiosity rover were beamed...
2014/04/17 21:54
2014/04/17 21:54
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Central-east Mexico gave birth to the domesticated chili pepper — now the world’s most widely grown spice crop — reports an international team of researchers, led by a plant scientist at the...
2014/04/17 10:21
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Earthquake in 60 seconds? Local experts: Benefits of advance warning system to North Coast 'limited' A Southern California state senator visited the North Coast on Wednesday to discuss the current...
2014/04/16 16:32
2014/04/16 16:32
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A new study shows that soybean plants can be redesigned to increase crop yields while requiring less water and helping to offset greenhouse gas warming. The study is the first to demonstrate that a...
2014/04/23 10:08
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