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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 16 hours 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 yesterday
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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University of Sydney News
10 things you always wanted to know about nanoscienceharness them in the laboratory. Our work is now seeking to learn how we can ha
10 things you always wanted to know about nanoscience
University of Sydney News / Posted 5 days ago
harness them in the laboratory. Our work is now seeking to learn how we can harness the weird things we find in quantum physics – particles behaving like waves, entanglement, teleportation – as resources to power technology, much the way we use... Read more
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University of Queensland
UQ welcomes two new Academy of Science FellowsProfessor Rubinsztein-Dunlop and Professor Wray worked in areas that had enormo
UQ welcomes two new Academy of Science Fellows
University of Queensland / Posted 7 days ago
Professor Rubinsztein-Dunlop and Professor Wray worked in areas that had enormous potential to create change throughout society and to shape the future. “Halina is recognised internationally for her achievements in laser physics, linear and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra's top 10 power couples revealedof the most powerful insider departments and Communications is also an influent
Canberra's top 10 power couples revealed
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
of the most powerful insider departments and Communications is also an influential department, with a key brief in modern society, so this couple have an abundance of bureaucratic power. 3. Jane Halton, Department of Finance secretary, and Trevor... Read more
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ajc.com
Dekalb County valedictoriansyou stretch your boundaries. Whether it’s in playing Lizst’s Hungarian Rhapsody
Dekalb County valedictorians
ajc.com / Posted 9 days ago
you stretch your boundaries. Whether it’s in playing Lizst’s Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 on the piano or understanding quantum physics, nothing is too hard, and never let anyone tell you that it is. Once you truly set your mind to doing something, the... Read more
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Digi Times
Corning Iris™ Glass Named a Display Component of the Year by Society for Information Displayactivity, armed conflict, political or financial instability, natural disasters
Corning Iris™ Glass Named a Display Component of the Year by Society for Information Display
Digi Times / Posted 10 days ago
activity, armed conflict, political or financial instability, natural disasters, adverse weather conditions, or major health concerns; adequacy of insurance; equity company activities; acquisition and divestiture activities; the level of... Read more
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Leominster Champion
Brown cheerleaders talk science at Boys & Girls Club | May 20, 2016is a perfect blend of design and logic,” she stated. “It involves aesthetics, s
Brown cheerleaders talk science at Boys & Girls Club | May 20, 2016
Leominster Champion / Posted 11 days ago
is a perfect blend of design and logic,” she stated. “It involves aesthetics, spatial relations, physics and personal engagement within society to understand and design for a site. Architecture gives the designer an... Read more
11d
Daily Mail
Why ditching heels is the new bra burningwent on to extol the many virtues of a pair of heels, citing ‘their tapering le
Why ditching heels is the new bra burning
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
went on to extol the many virtues of a pair of heels, citing ‘their tapering leanness, their sinuous arches and the magic physics of them’, presented a spirited argument worthy of a defence lawyer with a shoe fetish. Actress Kristen Stewart... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Governor General’s Innovation Awards designed to celebrate, inspire Canadian ingenuityof infections – using materials that change colours depending on what they dete
Governor General’s Innovation Awards designed to celebrate, inspire Canadian ingenuity
The Globe and Mail / Posted 11 days ago
of infections – using materials that change colours depending on what they detect. Prof. Burrell believes an innovative society should support both basic research and applied research, while governments need to assist innovators in bridging the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
NTIC - Showcasing Nigerians' Academic Prowessstage. NTIC, one of the investments of First Surat Group, a company whose main
NTIC - Showcasing Nigerians' Academic Prowess
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 days ago
stage. NTIC, one of the investments of First Surat Group, a company whose main investment is in the area of education, health and social works, whose objective is geared towards building human resources and raising responsible individuals that... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Plan Your Free Online Education At Lifehacker U (Jan 2016 Edition)in action, and baking a potato. That’s right, a potato. Karolinska Institutet
Plan Your Free Online Education At Lifehacker U (Jan 2016 Edition)
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 13 days ago
in action, and baking a potato. That’s right, a potato. Karolinska Institutet – Behavioural Medicine: A Key to Better Health – Professors Anne H Berman and Sakari Suominen– Behavioural medicine, or the science of changing our behaviour to lead... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Quebec's David Saint-Jacques named Canada's newest astronautmission like this makes Canada much bigger." Training for Saint-Jacques, who i
Quebec's David Saint-Jacques named Canada's newest astronaut
Calgary Sun / Posted 14 days ago
mission like this makes Canada much bigger." Training for Saint-Jacques, who is a medical, engineering and astrophysics specialist, begins this summer in Canada, Russia, Japan and the United States. Saint-Jacques says he was inspired to... Read more
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examiner.com
Highlights from the IECA ‘New England College Showcase’or extracurricular activities including internships, study abroad and study awa
Highlights from the IECA ‘New England College Showcase’
examiner.com / Posted 14 days ago
or extracurricular activities including internships, study abroad and study away. A Catholic college founded by the Society of St. Edmund, St. Michael’s offers a unique mix of “academic, spiritual, cultural, service and wilderness... Read more
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PhotonicsOnline
Photonic Sensors Help Improve Efficiency Safety Of Fossil-Fuel Energy Production SPIE President Tells Energy Leaders At National Lab Dayways in which DOE-funded research can lead to commercial technologies that enha
Photonic Sensors Help Improve Efficiency Safety Of Fossil-Fuel Energy Production SPIE President Tells Energy Leaders At National Lab Day
PhotonicsOnline / Posted 14 days ago
ways in which DOE-funded research can lead to commercial technologies that enhance energy security, improve environmental health, and contribute to national well-being. Participating in panel discussion on Energy Generation, Dr. Lieberman pointed... Read more
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The China Post
Taiwanese students achieve best ever performance at Intel science contestof Category Award and the First Award in the mathematics category, as well as t
Taiwanese students achieve best ever performance at Intel science contest
The China Post / Posted 15 days ago
of Category Award and the First Award in the mathematics category, as well as the Third Award of the American Mathematical Society's special awards at the fair, according to the list of winners announced by the Society for Science & the Public. She... Read more
15d
The New Statesman
"Algiers": a new poem by Fred Johnstonno obstacle, however. Using methods developed for IVF, the cells can be injecte
"Algiers": a new poem by Fred Johnston
The New Statesman / Posted 15 days ago
no obstacle, however. Using methods developed for IVF, the cells can be injected directly into eggs to produce apparently healthy offspring – in mice, at least. If we want to make babies this way, we’ll generally want them to have the parental... Read more
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The New Statesman
Is this the end of sex?no obstacle, however. Using methods developed for IVF, the cells can be injecte
Is this the end of sex?
The New Statesman / Posted 15 days ago
no obstacle, however. Using methods developed for IVF, the cells can be injected directly into eggs to produce apparently healthy offspring – in mice, at least. If we want to make babies this way, we’ll generally want them to have the parental... Read more
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15d
The Journal-Standard
Leaders of next generation honored at Young American Awards banquetthis year's crop of Young Americans are students who volunteer in their communi
Leaders of next generation honored at Young American Awards banquet
The Journal-Standard / Posted 15 days ago
this year's crop of Young Americans are students who volunteer in their communities, participate in National Honor Society and have dreams of going on to become doctors, nurses, lawyers and veterinarians, among other professions, while... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
State budget complete, but business isn’tcenterpiece of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s legislative agenda for the year, a follo
State budget complete, but business isn’t
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 16 days ago
centerpiece of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s legislative agenda for the year, a follow-up to last year’s “Second Chance Society” bills aimed at helping reduce prison populations while helping ex-convicts avoid the cycle of repeat offenses and... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
State budget complete, but business isn’tcenterpiece of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s legislative agenda for the year, a follo
State budget complete, but business isn’t
Stamford Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
centerpiece of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s legislative agenda for the year, a follow-up to last year’s “Second Chance Society” bills aimed at helping reduce prison populations while helping ex-convicts avoid the cycle of repeat offenses and... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
State budget complete, but business isn’tcenterpiece of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s legislative agenda for the year, a follo
State budget complete, but business isn’t
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 16 days ago
centerpiece of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s legislative agenda for the year, a follow-up to last year’s “Second Chance Society” bills aimed at helping reduce prison populations while helping ex-convicts avoid the cycle of repeat offenses and... Read more
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The New Canaan News
State budget complete, but business isn’tcenterpiece of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s legislative agenda for the year, a follo
State budget complete, but business isn’t
The New Canaan News / Posted 16 days ago
centerpiece of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s legislative agenda for the year, a follow-up to last year’s “Second Chance Society” bills aimed at helping reduce prison populations while helping ex-convicts avoid the cycle of repeat offenses and... Read more
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Connecticut Post
State budget complete, but business isn’tcenterpiece of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s legislative agenda for the year, a follo
State budget complete, but business isn’t
Connecticut Post / Posted 16 days ago
centerpiece of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s legislative agenda for the year, a follow-up to last year’s “Second Chance Society” bills aimed at helping reduce prison populations while helping ex-convicts avoid the cycle of repeat offenses and... Read more
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Greenwich Time
State budget complete, but business isn’tcenterpiece of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s legislative agenda for the year, a follo
State budget complete, but business isn’t
Greenwich Time / Posted 16 days ago
centerpiece of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s legislative agenda for the year, a follow-up to last year’s “Second Chance Society” bills aimed at helping reduce prison populations while helping ex-convicts avoid the cycle of repeat offenses and... Read more
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The News-Times
State budget complete, but business isn’tcenterpiece of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s legislative agenda for the year, a follo
State budget complete, but business isn’t
The News-Times / Posted 16 days ago
centerpiece of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s legislative agenda for the year, a follow-up to last year’s “Second Chance Society” bills aimed at helping reduce prison populations while helping ex-convicts avoid the cycle of repeat offenses and... Read more
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Darien News-Review
State budget complete, but business isn’tcenterpiece of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s legislative agenda for the year, a follo
State budget complete, but business isn’t
Darien News-Review / Posted 16 days ago
centerpiece of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s legislative agenda for the year, a follow-up to last year’s “Second Chance Society” bills aimed at helping reduce prison populations while helping ex-convicts avoid the cycle of repeat offenses and... Read more
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16d
Zero Hedge
The Real Oil Limits Story - What Other Researchers Missedthe case for energy used to make capital investments, such as buildings, roads,
The Real Oil Limits Story - What Other Researchers Missed
Zero Hedge / Posted 16 days ago
the case for energy used to make capital investments, such as buildings, roads, machines, and vehicles. Even education and health care represent energy investments that have benefits long after the investment is made. The reason debt (and close... Read more
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CBC.ca
NBA star Steve Nash among 48 new Order of Canada recipientsway to Earth. This finding has shed light on the very nature of matter in our u
NBA star Steve Nash among 48 new Order of Canada recipients
CBC.ca / Posted 17 days ago
way to Earth. This finding has shed light on the very nature of matter in our universe, and spawned a range of new particle physics research.Also a professor emeritus at Queen's University, he has been a prominent ambassador of Canadian science... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Young ‘Catsup on top of her head while touching a Van de Graaff generator today at Norther
Young ‘Cats
The Mining Journal / Posted 18 days ago
up on top of her head while touching a Van de Graaff generator today at Northern Michigan University during a “Fun With Physics” program. About 400 students, teachers and chaperones from NMU’s charter schools around the state are visiting campus... Read more
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Kenosha News
Homeroom: Riverview places first in state in Project Citizenand will advance to the national contest in California. Project Citizen encour
Homeroom: Riverview places first in state in Project Citizen
Kenosha News / Posted 19 days ago
and will advance to the national contest in California. Project Citizen encourages students to explore a problem in society and present a solution. The Riverview students proposed that the state mandate hospitals, pediatric offices, day... Read more
19d
Daily Mail
Homeopathy DOESN’T work: New video reveals the flawed sciencethe fundamental principles. Homeopathic remedies are no more effective than pl
Homeopathy DOESN’T work: New video reveals the flawed science
Daily Mail / Posted 19 days ago
the fundamental principles. Homeopathic remedies are no more effective than placebos, a video from the American Chemical Society explains, and are not only a waste of money, but could be putting your health at risk. Homeopathic remedies have... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Silencing Science - a new BWB Text by Shaun Hendyto explore the conundrum. He is director of Te Pūnaha Matatini, a centre of res
Silencing Science - a new BWB Text by Shaun Hendy
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 21 days ago
to explore the conundrum. He is director of Te Pūnaha Matatini, a centre of research excellence, and a Professor of Physics at the University of Auckland. He has a PhD in physics from the University of Alberta in Canada and a BSc (Hons) in... Read more
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The Courier
Scientific research using psychedelic drugs is surging overseas - why not here?Rob Gunstone Professor Patrick McGorry, executive director of Orygen, the Nati
Scientific research using psychedelic drugs is surging overseas - why not here?
The Courier / Posted 23 days ago
Rob Gunstone Professor Patrick McGorry, executive director of Orygen, the National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health, can attest to that notion, and said he had not even heard of the psychedelic research being done around the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Scientific research using psychedelic drugs is surging overseas - why not here?Rob Gunstone Professor Patrick McGorry, executive director of Orygen, the Nati
Scientific research using psychedelic drugs is surging overseas - why not here?
The Border Mail / Posted 23 days ago
Rob Gunstone Professor Patrick McGorry, executive director of Orygen, the National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health, can attest to that notion, and said he had not even heard of the psychedelic research being done around the... Read more
23d
Loveland Reporter-Herald
Mark Your Calendar: Loveland-area events for Saturday through MondayLoveland Choral Society: "Rhythm on the River," 3 p.m., Rialto Theater Center,
Mark Your Calendar: Loveland-area events for Saturday through Monday
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 23 days ago
Loveland Choral Society: "Rhythm on the River," 3 p.m., Rialto Theater Center, 228 E. Fourth St., Loveland. Singing, dancing and the timeless music from Jerome Kern's "Showboat." $18. Call 962-2120 or visit rialtotheatercenter.org. Tour De Pants... Read more
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Slate
The Chicago Physician Who Understood the Paradox of Radiationto use noxious drugs and aggressive treatments—homeopaths held to the principle
The Chicago Physician Who Understood the Paradox of Radiation
Slate / Posted 26 days ago
to use noxious drugs and aggressive treatments—homeopaths held to the principle that agents that cause specific symptoms in healthy people can be used as treatments for the same symptoms in ill patients. Homeopathy’s principles are wrong, but Grubbe... Read more
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PhysOrg
Scientists reveal the secret of antibiotic-resistant bacteriawall actively absorbs certain substances and produces others, which affects the
Scientists reveal the secret of antibiotic-resistant bacteria
PhysOrg / Posted 28 days ago
wall actively absorbs certain substances and produces others, which affects the number of bacteria and their state of health: If the numbers of bacteria in these processes are altered, it is difficult to obtain proper results. The substances... Read more
28d
Wichita Falls Times Record News
Piehler named MSU Hardin Scholar, Allen as Clark Scholarserves as the 2016 MSU student regent, is member of the Student Government Asso
Piehler named MSU Hardin Scholar, Allen as Clark Scholar
Wichita Falls Times Record News / Posted 28 days ago
serves as the 2016 MSU student regent, is member of the Student Government Association, and served on the Redwine Honors Society Committee. She is a member of Alpha Chi National College Honor Society, Gamma Phi Beta and is a Redwine Honors... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
'A Nurse Is Never Out of Job'care of a patient. She adds that the course produces a trained Registered Nurse
'A Nurse Is Never Out of Job'
AllAfrica.com / Posted 28 days ago
care of a patient. She adds that the course produces a trained Registered Nurse, trained Registered Midwife and Public Health Administrator. Lagos University Teaching Hospital may have begun a degree-awarding programme to nurses only six years... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
ASU names 2016 Presidential Award winner, Distinguished Student Award winnersand David Goggin, College of Arts and Sciences; Cadyn Heinze, College of Educat
ASU names 2016 Presidential Award winner, Distinguished Student Award winners
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 29 days ago
and David Goggin, College of Arts and Sciences; Cadyn Heinze, College of Education; and Braden Weinmann, Archer College of Health and Human Services. Other nominees were Collin Cook, Lacy Neuwirth, Jackson Rebrovich and Walter Paden Reed, all from... Read more

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