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2015/08/03 08:39
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... to study—but Godfrey is undeterred. Four years into his degree, he continues to push forward, attempting to get to know a chromosome that 50 percent of the population has, but few...
2015/08/03 08:39
2015/08/03 08:39
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2015/08/02 12:38
2015/08/02 12:38
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... a 30-foot fishing boat with more than 100 others, packing in below deck with only a cup for water and no food. Five days later, they arrived at a refugee camp in Indonesia. Six months...
2015/08/02 00:19
2015/08/02 00:19
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Middlebrook's plans fell apart when a state trooper in Lower Paxton pulled him over in February for a vehicle registration violation, he said. In addition to Middlebrook, an adult female and the...
2015/08/01 17:36
2015/08/01 17:36
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... jobs and graduate on time, or risk losing $1.1 million in state aid. “That’s a big deal for us,” David Gulliver, media relations coordinator for New College, said of the money. This...
2015/07/31 18:02
2015/07/31 18:02
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Typical medical laboratory reports could hardly be less personal. Whether they're for basic blood work or a battery of tests for serious disease, the black-and-white printouts of results--presenting a...
2015/07/31 12:03
2015/07/31 12:03
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Harvard's Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering has a history of creating tiny, insect-inspired robots, and its latest one can stand and jump on water just like a strider. The Wyss...
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2015/07/31 08:39
2015/07/31 08:39
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... which brings together researchers from 10 land-grant institutions, received $2.6 million for the next two years, putting the 5-year total at nearly $5 million. VitisGen, which focuses on...
2015/07/29 18:42
2015/07/29 18:42
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... a company with conscience: Emily Cavness of Sword & Plough. (Photo credit: Stephen Ramsey For Forbes) Small liberal arts colleges are reinventing themselves as entrepreneur hatcheries–both...
2015/07/28 20:39
2015/07/28 20:39
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... leading to physiological effects and behavioral changes. One example that has been studied for many years is a link between sleep loss and aggression. But it can be difficult to distinguish...
2015/07/27 12:22
2015/07/27 12:22
7d
... is uncovering what it means to think creatively. From Chef Watson, which teamed up with the Institute of Culinary Education to develop unexpected food combinations to Watson Tone Analyzer,...
2015/07/27 09:39
2015/07/27 09:39
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UOW's Institute for Superconducting and Electronic Materials (ISEM) has successfully pioneered a way to construct a flexible, foldable and lightweight energy storage device that provides the building...
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2015/07/26 23:18
2015/07/26 23:18
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... school, to a hippie philosophy dropout who wanted to fix capitalism, here’s how these formerly disgruntled liberal arts majors beat everyone else to the helms of some top...
2015/07/26 19:43
2015/07/26 19:43
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... of the European Union (EU), has accepted the European Medicines Agency (EMA)’s recommendation for an EU-wide ban on 700-odd drugs that underwent bio-equivalence studies at Hyderabad-based GVK...
2015/07/26 10:08
2015/07/26 10:08
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Loretta Lynch outlines views on community policing and other topics at Security Forum Criminals are increasingly taking advantage of new encryption technologies that can make their communications...
2015/07/26 08:02
2015/07/26 08:02
9d
... and took positions monitoring computer screens inside the building that houses California’s environmental agencies. Across the world, traders logged in, poised to buy permits that...
2015/07/24 22:33
2015/07/24 22:33
10d
... the ability to fight off other diseases, leaving them susceptible to pneumonia, certain forms of cancer, and other life-threatening illnesses. Today, if the virus is detected early, people...
2015/07/24 22:22
2015/07/24 22:22
10d
... no way that Greece can reasonably pay its debts and needs to have a substantial amount of it forgiven. Then there is Germany, Greece’s largest single creditor, which treats Greece’s debts as a...
2015/07/24 21:21
2015/07/24 21:21
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University of Pennsylvania students in joint project Autonomous robots that are programmed to perform independently Robot previously competed in the Us Government 'RoboOlympics' It's not just...
2015/07/24 19:25
2015/07/24 19:25
10d
... kills roughly 500,000, mainly in Africa. A vaccine has been seen as the holy grail in global efforts against the disease. Today, the European Medicines Agency recommended for approval a malaria...
2015/07/23 23:12
2015/07/23 23:12
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... on another planet. Seth Shostak, senior astronomer and director of the Center for Seti Research at the Seti Institute, which was also involved in the discovery, said the...
2015/08/03 08:39
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