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The New Zealand Herald
Young scientists to get experience at world's leading institutionsof lectures on topics such as black holes. He was excited about being able to
Young scientists to get experience at world's leading institutions
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
of lectures on topics such as black holes. He was excited about being able to visit Oxford University's Department of Physics, he said. "You don't get to go to stuff like this here in Tauranga," he said. Related ContentSchool rugby match... Read more
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ABC Newspapers
Students named Gates Millennium Scholarsentering certain disciplines, including computer science, education, engineerin
Students named Gates Millennium Scholars
ABC Newspapers / Posted 3 days ago
entering certain disciplines, including computer science, education, engineering, library science, mathematics, public health and science. About 53,000 students applied for the scholarship this year, and only 1,000 students received it.Benitez... Read more
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The Irish Times
‘I’m in shock. I feel lost’: Irish in Britain respond to Brexitdon’t plan on staying here now long term. The campaign has revealed a rotten, i
‘I’m in shock. I feel lost’: Irish in Britain respond to Brexit
The Irish Times / Posted 4 days ago
don’t plan on staying here now long term. The campaign has revealed a rotten, intolerant xenophobic element in British society. When people have told me they were voting for Leave I’ve felt rejected. They’ve said “We’re full!” and “I don’t mean... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
'More Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Vital for Development'have to make sure that the remaining 10 per cent is very good in humanities and
'More Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Vital for Development'
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
have to make sure that the remaining 10 per cent is very good in humanities and social sciences. This is what keeps your society together because they help in implementing everything that STEM scientists generate. One thing which is universal to... Read more
7d
San Antonio Express-News
How to Discover Your Ideal Professionever make is choosing your profession. We all want to feel creative, inspired a
How to Discover Your Ideal Profession
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 7 days ago
ever make is choosing your profession. We all want to feel creative, inspired and driven by the contributions we make to society through our jobs, but how do we figure out what profession would best allow us to express our passion? I recently... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Class of 2016's best and brightest graduates look forward to their futuresand calculus. She will be attending Colgate University in the fall, where she
Class of 2016's best and brightest graduates look forward to their futures
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 9 days ago
and calculus. She will be attending Colgate University in the fall, where she plans to major in biology and follow the pre-health track. "I chose Colgate because its atmosphere is very similar to that of Butler High School. Colgate is a small... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 years | Health - Home 'We haven't heard from aliens yet, as space is a big place'
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 years
KTVZ Bend / Posted 11 days ago
| Health - Home 'We haven't heard from aliens yet, as space is a big place' E.T. phone home? More From KTVZ.COM Yeah, that'll have to wait another 1,500... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Father figures, in your cornerEditor's note: This essay is part of a column called The Wisdom Project by Davi
Father figures, in your corner
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 11 days ago
Editor's note: This essay is part of a column called The Wisdom Project by David G. Allan, editorial director of CNN Health and Wellness. The series is on applying to one's life the wisdom and philosophy found everywhere, from ancient texts to pop... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Father figures, in your cornerin for, fathers everywhere is a supporting cast of men teaching young people ab
Father figures, in your corner
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 12 days ago
in for, fathers everywhere is a supporting cast of men teaching young people about life, love, work, virtues, ethics, health and family. Father’s Day gives us an opportunity to reflect on, and show appreciation for, their contributions as... Read more
12d
The Atlantic
The War on Stupid Peoplethe University of Iowa report that intelligence now rates above domestic skills
The War on Stupid People
The Atlantic / Posted 12 days ago
the University of Iowa report that intelligence now rates above domestic skills, financial success, looks, sociability, and health. The most popular comedy on television is The Big Bang Theory, which follows a small gang of young scientists.... Read more
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Leominster Champion
LHS senior graduates following brain tumor treatment | June 17, 2016General Hospital, and not once has he wavered from his goal: Graduating on time
LHS senior graduates following brain tumor treatment | June 17, 2016
Leominster Champion / Posted 12 days ago
General Hospital, and not once has he wavered from his goal: Graduating on time. On June 4, draped in his National Honor Society sash, DeCarolis received his diploma with the Leominster High School Class of 2016 — one week after his last... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
For once-homeless vets, golf is an outlet and a refuge – even when they whiffand provides activities that brings these veterans out of their shells and help
For once-homeless vets, golf is an outlet and a refuge – even when they whiff
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 13 days ago
and provides activities that brings these veterans out of their shells and helps them re-socialize with one another and society at large. They golf, they bowl, they fly fish, among other things. The activities not only get them out of the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Harnessing Ability From Disabilityalready challenged by motor neuron disease. A biographer suggests Hawking's ex
Harnessing Ability From Disability
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
already challenged by motor neuron disease. A biographer suggests Hawking's extraordinary ability to break down complex physics to accessible mental images set in as compensation for his disability. Culture's greatest ironies include the fact... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Former Sellafield safety boss awarded OBEreceived the accolade in recognition of his services to nuclear safety and radi
Former Sellafield safety boss awarded OBE
Whitehaven News / Posted 15 days ago
received the accolade in recognition of his services to nuclear safety and radiation protection. He joined Sellafield's health and safety department in 1975 holding a series of prestigious posts before becoming environment, health and safety... Read more
15d
ScienceBlogs
The War On Science: What It Is And How To Win Itwith a scientific approach. Science is something we willfully impose on our own
The War On Science: What It Is And How To Win It
ScienceBlogs / Posted 15 days ago
with a scientific approach. Science is something we willfully impose on our own process of thought and, at the level of society, formation of policy and law. You have heard of the concept of “diseases of civilization.” For example, we evolved... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Taconic High School Awards & ScholarshipsOutstanding Achievement in Environmental Science Award: Benjamin Wampler. Acad
Taconic High School Awards & Scholarships
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 15 days ago
Outstanding Achievement in Environmental Science Award: Benjamin Wampler. Academically Outstanding Achievement in Physics Award: Mohammad Jadallah. Academic Improvement in AP Literature Awards: Christopher Colletta, Chelsy Lisi. Academic... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Making science cool for our kidslate on a Monday afternoon in Merivale, a decile-one Tauranga suburb where the
Making science cool for our kids
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 days ago
late on a Monday afternoon in Merivale, a decile-one Tauranga suburb where the kids are grappling with the basic laws of physics. What is potential energy and how is it transferred? What happens when kinetic energy and potential energy are... Read more
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Lifehacker
Plan Your Free Online Education at Lifehacker U: Summer Semester 2016is for you. You’ll learn how to read a balance sheet and understand intuitively
Plan Your Free Online Education at Lifehacker U: Summer Semester 2016
Lifehacker / Posted 18 days ago
is for you. You’ll learn how to read a balance sheet and understand intuitively what it’s trying to tell you about the health of an organization, even if all the numbers look good. You’ll understand the financial consequences of managerial... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Prolonged exposure to EAS systems can affect health of cardiac device patientsMedical in Santa Clarita, California, US. "Cardiac implantable electronic devi
Prolonged exposure to EAS systems can affect health of cardiac device patients
News-Medical-Net / Posted 20 days ago
Medical in Santa Clarita, California, US. "Cardiac implantable electronic devices (CIEDs) are critical to patients' health," said co-author Dr Rod Gimbel, an electrophysiologist at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, US.... Read more
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SkyHi Daily News
Q & A with Commissioner candidatesin Kremmling, graduated from MPHS, got a degree from the university of Wyoming
Q & A with Commissioner candidates
SkyHi Daily News / Posted 21 days ago
in Kremmling, graduated from MPHS, got a degree from the university of Wyoming in secondary education, taught chemistry, physics, and other science courses for 13 years, and coached basketball, football, and track. I met my wife of 28 years... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Declaring war on bad science: Q&A with Dr Ben Goldacreprofession, if you like, and who I think maybe get off a little bit on it. The
Declaring war on bad science: Q&A with Dr Ben Goldacre
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 22 days ago
profession, if you like, and who I think maybe get off a little bit on it. There's something grandiose about driving a health scare -- you can see that a journalist might have a sense of rather pompous pleasure, that they are giving important... Read more
22d
Daily Mail
The jab that's almost as effective as a gastric bypassthat final ‘wafer-thin mint’ — and suffers the explosive consequence. Unfortun
The jab that's almost as effective as a gastric bypass
Daily Mail / Posted 22 days ago
that final ‘wafer-thin mint’ — and suffers the explosive consequence. Unfortunately, this is a caricature of how most of society thinks of obese people. Gluttony, greed and slothfulness form a trinity of ‘deadly’ sins that could, in theory,... Read more
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Salem News
ACROSS OUR CLASSROOMSAlex Boggs, majoring in political science, graduate of Beaver Local High School
ACROSS OUR CLASSROOMS
Salem News / Posted 24 days ago
Alex Boggs, majoring in political science, graduate of Beaver Local High School. - Salem: Thomas Korda, majoring in physics and information systems, graduate of West Branch High School. CCFCC awards annual scholarships LISBON - The... Read more
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The Morning Call
Faye Flam: Cellphones, cancer and the anatomy of a health scarefrom which group. But last week, the scientists released partial, unpublished
Faye Flam: Cellphones, cancer and the anatomy of a health scare
The Morning Call / Posted 25 days ago
from which group. But last week, the scientists released partial, unpublished results in a rush, suggesting some public health urgency. They claimed to have identified a link between the radiation and a type of brain cancer called a glioma as... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Cellphones, cancer and the anatomy of a health scarefrom which group. But last week, the scientists released partial, unpublished
Cellphones, cancer and the anatomy of a health scare
Chicago Tribune / Posted 26 days ago
from which group. But last week, the scientists released partial, unpublished results in a rush, suggesting some public health urgency. They claimed to have identified a link between the radiation and a type of brain cancer called a glioma as... Read more
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26d
The Star
Pakatan Harapan picks ex-scientist as candidate in Kuala Kangsar byYazid and Perak PAS women’s wing chief Dr Najihatussalehah Ahmad. Dr Ahmad Ter
Pakatan Harapan picks ex-scientist as candidate in Kuala Kangsar by
The Star / Posted 26 days ago
Yazid and Perak PAS women’s wing chief Dr Najihatussalehah Ahmad. Dr Ahmad Termizi, a former Universiti Teknologi Malaysia physics professor and Malaysian Society for Nuclear Science member, was born in Kampung Suak Petai, Kuala Kangsar. The... Read more
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The Star
Pakatan going nuclear for KK pollsthe Kuala Kangsar by-election. According to a source, Parti Amanah Negara memb
Pakatan going nuclear for KK polls
The Star / Posted 26 days ago
the Kuala Kangsar by-election. According to a source, Parti Amanah Negara member Prof Dr Ahmad Termizi Ramli, formerly a physics professor at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia and a Malaysian Society for Nuclear Science member, will be announced as... Read more
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The Chicago Maroon
On and Around Campus: 5/31 – 6/10of death, Alumni Weekend activities, the Hyde Park Community Art Fair, and the
On and Around Campus: 5/31 – 6/10
The Chicago Maroon / Posted 29 days ago
of death, Alumni Weekend activities, the Hyde Park Community Art Fair, and the Class of 2016 Baccalaureate delivered by physics professor Scott Wakely are among other events on this issue's calendar. *6:15 p.m., McCormick Lounge, Reynolds... Read more
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Zero Hedge
"This Is Not The America My Parents Immigrated To In 1957"How ironic that in an Age of Science and Technology that we find solace and amu
"This Is Not The America My Parents Immigrated To In 1957"
Zero Hedge / Posted 30 days ago
How ironic that in an Age of Science and Technology that we find solace and amusement in heroes who defy all known laws of physics … and, sensible dialogue. It seems that the deeper America sinks into chaos, that the more ridiculously obscene our... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
The drop diaryup into space, where you find yourself caught in a daze that you can’t seem to
The drop diary
Manila Bulletin / Posted a month ago
up into space, where you find yourself caught in a daze that you can’t seem to get out of. Until the next day. The law of physics applies to all matter, and Newton was right, “What goes up must come down,” and it’s true most especially for Drop,... Read more

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