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England put on alert for Ashes: Michael Vaughan
Images This has been a tournament to remember and a big success. It may not have captured the imagination at home but in Australia and New Zealand it felt big. I like having five fielders in the...
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England's problem? We are not producing fast bowl...
... has been a tournament to remember and a big success. It may not have captured the imagination at home but in Australia and New Zealand it felt big. I like having five fielders in the...
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2019 World Cup
Reservations are not just about quotas
... pernicious and complicated of the three. Perception and social contract In the upper caste imagination, reservation is indelibly branded as a welfare programme giving handouts to a set of...
Read more at The Hindu
National Commission for Backward Classes
Rohinton F. Nariman
LACMA strikes 'unprecedented' museum deal with ca...
... also be a presenting sponsor on the upcoming exhibition "Diana Thater: The Sympathetic Imagination," set to open at LACMA on Nov. 22. The car maker will provide support for the museum's...
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Hyundai Motor Company
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
New inflatable habitat is ready for its first spa...
... toward the station atop SpaceX's Falcon 9 booster. BEAM's time attached to the orbiting lab should provide a key test for expandable space habitats, which represent a dramatic departure...
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Personality test finds Great Britain’s most extro...
... part of the Big Personality Test, an online survey published by the BBC in 2009 as part of a collaboration between the BBC and the scientific community, BBC Lab UK*. "Understanding how...
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Here Is The City
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University of Cambridge
Hydrogen bomb physicist's book runs afoul of ener...
... weapons. The first test of one, in November 1952, turned the Pacific isle of Elugelab, a mile in diameter, into a boiling mushroom cloud. Today, Britain, China, France, Russia and...
Read more at Honolulu Star-Advertiser
INQUIRER unveils Tech Hero Awards shortlist
RAPid Salesforce1 Best Developer ToolRaspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi 2 Canonical Juju Imagination Technologies PowerVR Graphics SDK Progress Software Progress Pacific Micro Focus...
Read more at The Philippine Inquirer
3D Printing in Africa - a Slow Burn Movement
... printing in Africa has not yet caught the imagination in quite the way that start-ups have. The narrative is slightly blurred and examples of what it can do are less numerous. Nevertheless it may...
Read more at AllAfrica.com
School district opens new learning centre
... Friday in the Abbotsford school district with the opening of the “Explozone.” The “teaching lab” at Abbotsford Senior Secondary will help teachers explore how to create a classroom community...
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Movie reviews: All 5 Sinag Maynila films
Imbisibol, originally a play that premiered during the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ Virgin Lab Fest, tells the intertwining stories of three Filipino workers living in Japan. Fajardo however...
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Manila Standard Today
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Alessandra De Rossi
A Chef-Turned-Entrepreneur Producing Bread Walls ...
... turned entrepreneur, producing bread walls and marshmallow sculpture. Hers is a world of pure imagination. Her installations fill entire rooms. Her only rule: it must be edible. The 31-year-old...
Read more at Forbes
Students Learn 3-D Printing at Lancaster Middle S...
Students at a Lancaster middle school are one step closer to opening a 3-D printing lab thanks to the help of their community. In one week, the community donated seven 3-D printers for the classroom...
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NBC Los Angeles
'Secrets' cast connects with neighborhood during ...
... to a home nearby for five months. "It's not the most convenient thing by any stretch of the imagination," Zabriskie said, laughing. "But we looked it as an adventure. It was a lot of...
Read more at The Wilmington Star-News
Secrets and Lies
Zoo innovations has animals foraging for food
... to do, and they're more than happy to do it." At the heart of the efforts is the makeshift lab where Sullivan and fellow keeper Dan Powell play MacGyver by modifying existing devices,...
Read more at PhysOrg
Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo
Conservationists are trying to save rhinos by gro...
... about is the horn part of the rhino, why not leave the animals in peace by growing horn in a lab? A Seattle-based company, Pembient, aims to grow nature-identical rhino horn (and ultimately...
Read more at Quartz
San Diego Zoo Institute
Mirchandani '15: The myth of the Brown bubble
... any kind of rape is anything but savage, but the brutality of this incident goes beyond human imagination. The victim has since had 95 percent of her intestines removed as a result. It took...
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Brodhead: A Shared Fate Between Academics, Athlet...
... chiefs. Then how do you manage things that have high institutional value that require collaboration across domains, I asked—things like our Cancer Institute or Translational Medicine...
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Sparking a passion: New study finds youngsters’ i...
... piqued their initial interest. Hands down, 92.6 percent of the students said hands-on lab experience cemented their decision to make a career in a STEM field.“Science is all around us,...
Read more at Middletown Times Herald-Record
George Mason University
UB to honor inventors and entrepreneurs
Translational Medicine), and Kenneth R. Hoffmann, professor in the Department of Neurosurgey (Imagination Software Corp.). Two companies that graduated from the UB Technology Incubator in 2014:...
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