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2015/03/31 18:19
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... with multiple overlapping mega crises,” said Konyndyk, director of the Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance at the U.S. Agency for International Development. “The biggest...
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2015/03/31 04:58
2015/03/31 04:58
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... choice from long list of major scholarshipsBy Jon Jimison Times Editor It has been a big year for Will Benson, an 18-year-old Fike High School student who is turning heads with a staggering list...
2015/03/30 20:02
2015/03/30 20:02
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Get ready for the disappearing IT department. Companies including Zappos, GameStop, Aetna and AccuWeather have restructured IT, sometimes radically, to respond to some harsh economic and technologic...
2015/03/30 09:39
2015/03/30 09:39
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The BBC reported on Saturday that a graphene bulb is set for shops, to go on sale this year. UK developers said their graphene bulb will be the first commercially viable consumer product using the...
2015/03/30 09:08
2015/03/30 09:08
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Imaging tests like mammograms or CT scans can detect tumors, but figuring out whether a growth is or isn't cancer usually requires a biopsy to study cells directly. Now results of a Johns Hopkins...
2015/03/29 12:57
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Darrell Lawhon traveled 760 miles for his gastric bypass surgery. The 41-year-old Bishop, Texas man had the procedure performed by Dr. Josh Roller of Roller Weight Loss & Advanced Surgery. Lawhon...
2015/03/29 03:03
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The Envirun ought to serve as an inspiration for races figuring out ways to keep going, year after year, in spite of a lack of a big sponsor or a natural constituency of supporters. In other words,...
2015/03/28 23:18
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Stanford University's Sally Benson long ago became involved with research about carbon capture and storage. The technology, still unperfected, is crucial if America's vast coal reserves are to...
2015/03/27 17:03
2015/03/27 17:03
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Thursday was a day to celebrate the expanding biotech industries in Branford and Connecticut. “What’s going on in Connecticut today and in Branford, is the basis of a future biotechnological...
2015/03/27 15:12
2015/03/27 15:12
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... image of a math-churning, glasses wearing, pocket-protected engineer. With her passion for kinematics, the study of motion, she’s more about applying math than just adding up numbers. As...
2015/03/27 14:42
2015/03/27 14:42
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For the last seven years, visiting professor at the University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies Dr. Tom Snitch has been working on probabilistic spatio-temporal models using as many...
2015/03/26 07:35
2015/03/26 07:35
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... with Sattlemair and introduced him to a couple of partners at the Silicon Valley firm, known for backing start-ups such as Skype, Twitter and Tesla. Now it was time for Sattelmair to pitch the...
2015/03/25 18:46
2015/03/25 18:46
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... their stances on an issue where the science is bogus at worst and murky at best. What we know for sure is that, as with the climate-change debate, the media will feed us nothing but a steady...
2015/03/25 08:57
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Forty-two million Americans still smoke. That is a much smaller proportion of the population than decades ago. But it's still a public health disaster: Eighteen percent of adults put themselves and...
2015/03/25 02:22
2015/03/25 02:22
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... paintings, and printouts at Phillips in London raised over $113,000, including $3,500 paid for a website by the Dutch-Brazilian Internet artist Rafael Rozendaal. Along with money, the...
2015/03/24 17:43
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... By 2030, the planet could have 40 per cent less H2O than needed, due to rising demand for food and energy from a growing population, the United Nations reiterated in a report published...
2015/03/23 19:39
2015/03/23 19:39
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By figuring out how to precisely order the molecules that make up what scientists call organic glass—the materials at the heart of some electronic displays, light-emitting diodes and solar cells—a...
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2015/03/23 17:52
2015/03/23 17:52
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Common Core State Standards began as a state-initiated effort to build consistent K-12 standards throughout the country. Though Common Core started as a bipartisan effort, the standards have evolved...
2015/03/22 19:31
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... shared workshop just off Hollister Avenue are already squeezed with orders for new bikes on the rise. “The whole handmade industry is bananas right now,” Stinner said. “But...
2015/03/22 09:53
2015/03/22 09:53
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... least technically, outside the scope of candidates and political parties — have been around for years. Then the U.S. Supreme Court opened the door to unlimited independent corporate and labor...
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