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New York Post
Ad agency Droga5 doubles down on 120 Wall St.space, has landed tenants for most of its 42,000 square feet of retail on three
Ad agency Droga5 doubles down on 120 Wall St.
New York Post / Posted 10 hours ago
space, has landed tenants for most of its 42,000 square feet of retail on three levels. Organic popcorn seller Pop Karma, Neuhaus chocolates and Irving Farm coffee have already opened. Coming soon are Freedom Wine Cellar, Wasabi Sushi &... Read more
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ajc.com
For an offbeat museum experience, have a slumber party with...Outside the California Academy of Sciences, children struggled under the weight
For an offbeat museum experience, have a slumber party with...
ajc.com / Posted 4 days ago
Outside the California Academy of Sciences, children struggled under the weight of overstuffed backpacks, and parents tussled with bulky sleeping bags and pillows. I was traveling much lighter — a nylon sack with a toothbrush and sweatshirt — but I... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Looking rationally at the marriage of sports and psychologywears a worn-out T-shirt of his favorite team for good luck, or sits in the sam
Looking rationally at the marriage of sports and psychology
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
wears a worn-out T-shirt of his favorite team for good luck, or sits in the same spot and position to bring that team good karma. And then there are the athletes who “choke” at crucial times during a game, coaches who make mind-boggling play calls... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
The Middle East as America's New Vietnamthe coming war, see John Michael Greer’s “Twightlight’s Last Gleaming.” It’s a
The Middle East as America's New Vietnam
Naked Capitalism / Posted 5 days ago
the coming war, see John Michael Greer’s “Twightlight’s Last Gleaming.” It’s always about power and resources. Greedy, conscienceless human activities. I think in the same way there are definitional “varieties” in various dog breeds (cocker... Read more
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Daily Mail
Dead baby humpback whale weighing 15,000 pounds washes up on NC coastin the surf at Kure Beach south of Wilmington, North Carolina, this week Inves
Dead baby humpback whale weighing 15,000 pounds washes up on NC coast
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
in the surf at Kure Beach south of Wilmington, North Carolina, this week Investigation: Members of the Center for Marine Science at the University of North Carolina Wilmington prepare to do a necropsy on a humpback whale Wednesday On hand:... Read more
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Daily Mail
How John Travolta tried to heal Grease director with Scientologythe chance of such an unknown star, and then there was the actress' own reserva
How John Travolta tried to heal Grease director with Scientology
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
the chance of such an unknown star, and then there was the actress' own reservations. She had done just one film prior - a science fiction stinker called Toomorrow - which tanked at the box office. 'I was very anxious about making another film,... Read more
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Daily Mail
T. rex may walk slowly enough to outrun, but top speed is a mysterythe researchers determined it was moving at a 'brisk walking speed,' between 2.
T. rex may walk slowly enough to outrun, but top speed is a mystery
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
the researchers determined it was moving at a 'brisk walking speed,' between 2.8 and 5 miles per hour, according to Science. But, the research indicates that this doesn't suggest that this is the fastest a T. rex can move. Could you outrun... Read more
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Daily Mail
Researchers fires gun at himself to see what a bullet does underwaterWahl is still alive, it's the bullet. Guns work underwater the same way they wo
Researchers fires gun at himself to see what a bullet does underwater
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Wahl is still alive, it's the bullet. Guns work underwater the same way they work above water, according to Discovery Science Channel Traveling through water, a bullet will barely hit 2 meters, which is because water is 800 times denser than... Read more
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Daily Mail
Man who has spent 30 years in prison for rape gets new trialMan who has spent 30 years in prison for raping an elderly woman gets a new tri
Man who has spent 30 years in prison for rape gets new trial
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Man who has spent 30 years in prison for raping an elderly woman gets a new trial as the science of hair analysis was FAULTY George Perrot is getting a new trial after spending 30 years in prison for being convicted of raping an elderly woman based... Read more
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Daily Mail
Will Smith cuts suave figure as he promotes Concussion in MadridFootball League to suppress his research about brain damage suffered by players
Will Smith cuts suave figure as he promotes Concussion in Madrid
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Football League to suppress his research about brain damage suffered by players. 'When I met Bennet and went through the science, I was terrified, as a parent,” Smith told The National. 'My son played football for four years and I had no idea... Read more
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Daily Mail
Many of Challenger victim McAuliffe's students have gone on to teacha beautiful blessing': Rory Feek shares photo of wife... Share this article S
Many of Challenger victim McAuliffe's students have gone on to teach
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
a beautiful blessing': Rory Feek shares photo of wife... Share this article Scott Reynolds, a 1987 alumnus who teaches science at the elite St. Paul's School in Concord, conducts a field trip to a local cemetery with his students for one... Read more
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Daily Mail
Body of missing student swept by wave found washed up on a beachwas loved the great outdoors and going on adventures, played classical piano, s
Body of missing student swept by wave found washed up on a beach
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
was loved the great outdoors and going on adventures, played classical piano, sang and planned to study computer science. Last Wednesday afternoon, Ahsan and Nourzaie's family members, friends and classmates gathered at Bonny Doone Beach... Read more
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Daily Mail
Zika vaccine won't be ready for a DECADE, expert warnsbecome a public health concern, researchers are going into overdrive. First of
Zika vaccine won't be ready for a DECADE, expert warns
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
become a public health concern, researchers are going into overdrive. First off, scientists will have to do ‘some basic science’ to see if parts of the virus can be presented to the immune system, according to Dr Adalja. That phase of the... Read more
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Daily Mail
College graduate dies after overdosing on TCM to treat hair lossa plane's... Share this article According to his father Cui Guohua, Fei was a
College graduate dies after overdosing on TCM to treat hair loss
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
a plane's... Share this article According to his father Cui Guohua, Fei was a masters student at the College of Life Science and Technology in Central South University of Forestry and Technology and graduated last summer. In order to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Colleague graduate dies after overdosing on TCM to treat hair lossa plane's... Share this article According to his father Cui Guohua, Fei was a
Colleague graduate dies after overdosing on TCM to treat hair loss
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
a plane's... Share this article According to his father Cui Guohua, Fei was a masters student at the College of Life Science and Technology in Central South University of Forestry and Technology and graduated last summer. In order to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Space junk could trigger a WORLD WARlost during a space walk in 2007. Professor Vitaly Adushkin, an expert in geos
Space junk could trigger a WORLD WAR
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
lost during a space walk in 2007. Professor Vitaly Adushkin, an expert in geosphere dynamics at the Russian Academy of Science in Moscow, and his colleagues at the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation, said space debris now posed a... Read more
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Daily Mail
What does YOUR degree say about you? Law students tend to be selfish while science graduates are party animals Res
What does YOUR degree say about you?
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Law students tend to be selfish while science graduates are party animals Researchers analysed data from more than 13,000 university students They found a correlation between 'Big Five' personality traits and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Michelle Obama reveals what husband Barack was like as a studentin his second year that he realised he had to make something of his life The P
Michelle Obama reveals what husband Barack was like as a student
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
in his second year that he realised he had to make something of his life The President, who majored in political science, worked in law for 12 years before being inaugurated in 2009. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize the same... Read more
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Daily Mail
X-Files debuts with 16.19 million viewerson Sunday, 14 years since it last aired. Mulder and Sculler attracted 16.19 mi
X-Files debuts with 16.19 million viewers
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
on Sunday, 14 years since it last aired. Mulder and Sculler attracted 16.19 million viewers for their return in the science fiction drama, making it the fifth highest rating program of the week. Success: Mulder and Sculler attracted 16.19... Read more
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Daily Mail
Benicio Del Toro and Kimberly Stewart take their daughter outHappy exes Benicio Del Toro and Kimberly Stewart take their daughter Delilah to
Benicio Del Toro and Kimberly Stewart take their daughter out
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Happy exes Benicio Del Toro and Kimberly Stewart take their daughter Delilah to the science center Benicio Del Toro is something of an enigma on the big screen, but in the eyes of his precious daughter, he's clearly just dad. The 48-year-old... Read more
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Daily Mail
'If moon landings were fake, the truth would have come out in 4 years'I hope that by showing how eye-wateringly unlikely some alleged conspiracies ar
'If moon landings were fake, the truth would have come out in 4 years'
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
I hope that by showing how eye-wateringly unlikely some alleged conspiracies are, some people will reconsider their anti-science beliefs,' Dr Grimes explained. 'This will of course not convince everyone; there's ample evidence that belief in... Read more
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Daily Mail
Arkansa resident infected with Zika virus after traveling abroadmosquitoes out right now,' Mirivel said. Dr. Joon Lee holds processed mosquito
Arkansa resident infected with Zika virus after traveling abroad
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
mosquitoes out right now,' Mirivel said. Dr. Joon Lee holds processed mosquitos in a tube in his lab at the UNT Health Science Center, Fort Worth, Texas in this June 17, 2014 file photo A link between the Zika virus in pregnant women and... Read more
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Daily Mail
'No AI version of Godzilla is about to enslave us'Hawking, who argues that AI could spell the end for the human race. But given
'No AI version of Godzilla is about to enslave us'
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Hawking, who argues that AI could spell the end for the human race. But given recent developments in robotics and computer science, does AI really pose such a serious threat? Luciano Floridi, a professor of philosophy and ethics of information at... Read more
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Daily Mail
Video of murdered Swedish refugee worker at 1D concertand was fascinated by theories examining why some people commit crime. She had
Video of murdered Swedish refugee worker at 1D concert
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
and was fascinated by theories examining why some people commit crime. She had completed a three-year course in social science for communication and learning and called her dissertation, 'The road to non criminal - a lifestyle change'. Written... Read more
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Daily Mail
Lizard found in kindergartner's salad becomes new class petTiny green lizard found in kindergartner's organic salad becomes New Jersey sch
Lizard found in kindergartner's salad becomes new class pet
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Tiny green lizard found in kindergartner's organic salad becomes New Jersey school's class pet Elementary school science lab has new pet lizard named Green Fruit Loop The lizard was discovered in a salad after being refrigerated for days The green... Read more
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Daily Mail
High-tech gloves detect cocaine by pressing powder between fingersfingerprint of street samples for fast on-site screening of cocaine in seized d
High-tech gloves detect cocaine by pressing powder between fingers
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
fingerprint of street samples for fast on-site screening of cocaine in seized drug powders - Chemical Science (RSC Publishing) DOI:10.1039/C5SC04309C MOST WATCHED NEWS VIDEOS Karma served to cruel bully who attacks boy for... Read more
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Daily Mail
Noah Chamberlin, 2, died of hypothermia, autopsy revealsbeen cooperative and supportive. The FBI and TBI have been doing background and
Noah Chamberlin, 2, died of hypothermia, autopsy reveals
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
been cooperative and supportive. The FBI and TBI have been doing background and support (operations) for us. A behavioral science unit has been called in to assist.' Noah (pictured in his father's arms as a baby) was reported missing at 1.19pm... Read more
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Daily Mail
The Chinese kept leopard cats as pets 5,500 years agoResearch (CNRS), the French Natural History Museum (MNHN), the University of Ab
The Chinese kept leopard cats as pets 5,500 years ago
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Research (CNRS), the French Natural History Museum (MNHN), the University of Aberdeen, the Chinese Academy of Social Science and the Shaanxi Provincial Institute of Archaeology. In the absence of ancient DNA, geometric morphometric analysis... Read more
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Daily Mail
Atomic scientists to update Doomsday Clockwhich occurred in 1953 when both the US and the Soviet Union tested hydrogen bo
Atomic scientists to update Doomsday Clock
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
which occurred in 1953 when both the US and the Soviet Union tested hydrogen bombs. However, it is unclear whether the science and security board of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists will decide the risk today is as high as those early days... Read more
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Daily Mail
Will a 'time code,' finally explain the origin of the universe?microwave background, whose pattern is unique for each scenario,’ says co-autho
Will a 'time code,' finally explain the origin of the universe?
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
microwave background, whose pattern is unique for each scenario,’ says co-author Yi Wang of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. As researchers continue to look for gravitational waves, ‘ticks’ from the primordial standard clocks... Read more
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Daily Mail
Diets never work? It's not your fault: You may need to eat ice creamthat I am a healthy eater. But then as part of my work for the BBC's Trust Me,
Diets never work? It's not your fault: You may need to eat ice cream
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
that I am a healthy eater. But then as part of my work for the BBC's Trust Me, I'm A Doctor series, I investigated the science behind what makes some of us put on weight, and spent a week at the Weizmann Institute, participating in its... Read more
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Daily Mail
'Citizen scientists' use drones to map El Nino floodingthat come with El Nino, a weather pattern that's bringing California its wettes
'Citizen scientists' use drones to map El Nino flooding
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
that come with El Nino, a weather pattern that's bringing California its wettest winter in years — and all in the name of science. The idea is that crowd-sourced, geotagged images of storm surges and flooded beaches will give scientists a brief... Read more
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Daily Mail
Dutch politician wants Islamic refugees locked in asylum centresof migrants, but also Dutch men. She said: 'The whole society is going down th
Dutch politician wants Islamic refugees locked in asylum centres
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
of migrants, but also Dutch men. She said: 'The whole society is going down the drain.' University of Amsterdam political science professor Wouter van der Brug: 'The tendencies across Europe are very similar. Across Europe, right-wing populist... Read more
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Daily Mail
The number of blizzards has DOUBLED in the past 20 yearscause for the increasing number of blizzards may be human-induced climate chang
The number of blizzards has DOUBLED in the past 20 years
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
cause for the increasing number of blizzards may be human-induced climate change. 'There is peer-reviewed science that now suggests that climate change will lead to more of these intense, blizzard-producing nor'easters, for... Read more
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Daily Mail
Rapper B.o.B insists the world is flat and shares 'proof' on Twittercosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson tweeted responses to B.o.B to show him why what
Rapper B.o.B insists the world is flat and shares 'proof' on Twitter
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
cosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson tweeted responses to B.o.B to show him why what he was saying was wrong and explaining the science to him Tyson, 57, a cosmologist and author, responded to an image the music producer posted to support his assertion... Read more
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Daily Mail
Harvard wants to build AI that works as fast as the human brainbe sliced into ultra-thin slivers. Using the world's first multi-beam scanning
Harvard wants to build AI that works as fast as the human brain
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
be sliced into ultra-thin slivers. Using the world's first multi-beam scanning electron microscope at the Center for Brain Science, researchers will take images of the brain specimens. More than a petabyte of data, roughly 1.6 million CDs worth,... Read more
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Daily Mail
Chinese scientists create 'autistic' monkeysremoved from humans in terms of genes, behaviour and physiology. So the team l
Chinese scientists create 'autistic' monkeys
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
removed from humans in terms of genes, behaviour and physiology. So the team led by Zilong Qiu of the Institute of Neuroscience in Shanghai, created special test tube monkeys, giving them multiple copies of the MECP2 gene thought to be linked to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Ted Cruz 'could be a wipeout' say Republican senatorsGov. Jeb Bush as the nominee to capture some of that independent New Hampshire
Ted Cruz 'could be a wipeout' say Republican senators
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Gov. Jeb Bush as the nominee to capture some of that independent New Hampshire vote, suggested Dante Scala, a political science professor at the University of New Hampshire, who talked to the Hill. 'I'm sure the idea of her and Cruz on the same... Read more
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Daily Mail
Obama: Sanders has 'luxury' of being long-shot in Democratic raceI ran against John McCain, John McCain and I had real differences, sharp differ
Obama: Sanders has 'luxury' of being long-shot in Democratic race
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
I ran against John McCain, John McCain and I had real differences, sharp differences, but John McCain didn't deny climate science,' he said. 'John McCain didn't call for banning Muslims from the United States. … [The] Republican vision has moved... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Entertainment: What's OnIngram, an award-winning writer and broadcaster, wants to take you on a scienti
Entertainment: What's On
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 18 days ago
Ingram, an award-winning writer and broadcaster, wants to take you on a scientific, yet musical, tour of the brain. Part science, part art, and part musical, The Giant Walkthrough Brain is a tour of the most complex and fascinating organ in the... Read more
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The New Statesman
Extracurricular angst: how does High School Musical look ten years after its release?transcends the workings of cause and effect. No matter how much they may think
Extracurricular angst: how does High School Musical look ten years after its release?
The New Statesman / Posted 19 days ago
transcends the workings of cause and effect. No matter how much they may think their view of the world has been shaped by science, they cannot avoid thinking and acting as if their lives are subject to some kind of non-human oversight. As Johnson... Read more
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The New Statesman
How Wikipedia’s silent coup ousted our traditional sources of knowledgetranscends the workings of cause and effect. No matter how much they may think
How Wikipedia’s silent coup ousted our traditional sources of knowledge
The New Statesman / Posted 20 days ago
transcends the workings of cause and effect. No matter how much they may think their view of the world has been shaped by science, they cannot avoid thinking and acting as if their lives are subject to some kind of non-human oversight. As Johnson... Read more
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The New Statesman
Why humans find it hard to do away with religiontranscends the workings of cause and effect. No matter how much they may think
Why humans find it hard to do away with religion
The New Statesman / Posted 20 days ago
transcends the workings of cause and effect. No matter how much they may think their view of the world has been shaped by science, they cannot avoid thinking and acting as if their lives are subject to some kind of non-human oversight. As Johnson... Read more
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Daily Mail
Jada Pinkett Smith thanks Academy after they promise more diversitydiversity to the awards following her Oscar boycott Jada Pinkett Smith has tha
Jada Pinkett Smith thanks Academy after they promise more diversity
Daily Mail / Posted 20 days ago
diversity to the awards following her Oscar boycott Jada Pinkett Smith has thanked the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science one day after announcing she was boycotting the Oscars Academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs released a statement on... Read more
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Business Standard India
Michelle invites Nadella for Prez addresshave overcome tragedy, risen as national symbols, or would benefit from a polic
Michelle invites Nadella for Prez address
Business Standard India / Posted 29 days ago
have overcome tragedy, risen as national symbols, or would benefit from a policy initiative; veterans; prominent figures in science, education or the arts; and company executives. The guest box takes on an added sensitivity in president' final... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Microsoft's Nadella Gets Coveted Spot for Obama's State of Unionovercome tragedy, risen as national symbols, or would benefit from a policy ini
Microsoft's Nadella Gets Coveted Spot for Obama's State of Union
Brisbane Times / Posted 30 days ago
overcome tragedy, risen as national symbols, or would benefit from a policy initiative; veterans; prominent figures in science, education or the arts; and company executives. The guest box takes on an added sensitivity in presidents' final... Read more
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The Age
Microsoft's Nadella Gets Coveted Spot for Obama's State of Unionovercome tragedy, risen as national symbols, or would benefit from a policy ini
Microsoft's Nadella Gets Coveted Spot for Obama's State of Union
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
overcome tragedy, risen as national symbols, or would benefit from a policy initiative; veterans; prominent figures in science, education or the arts; and company executives. The guest box takes on an added sensitivity in presidents' final... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Microsoft's Nadella Gets Coveted Spot for Obama's State of Unionovercome tragedy, risen as national symbols, or would benefit from a policy ini
Microsoft's Nadella Gets Coveted Spot for Obama's State of Union
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 30 days ago
overcome tragedy, risen as national symbols, or would benefit from a policy initiative; veterans; prominent figures in science, education or the arts; and company executives. The guest box takes on an added sensitivity in presidents' final... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
For Swedes, research and innovation are a way of life(Photo: Karolinska Institutet) For instance, the Karolinska Mammography Projec
For Swedes, research and innovation are a way of life
Channel NewsAsia / Posted a month ago
(Photo: Karolinska Institutet) For instance, the Karolinska Mammography Project for Risk Prediction of Breast Cancer, or Karma, has had more than 70,000 women opting in and is the world’s best-characterised breast cancer cohort. The women fill... Read more
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Canberra Times
Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015: Let's talk about deathfor their show by theatre group Ruby Gaytime. Many of the children, aged from f
Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015: Let's talk about death
Canberra Times / Posted a month ago
for their show by theatre group Ruby Gaytime. Many of the children, aged from four to 10, believed in reincarnation or karma. "Not necessarily heaven but something 'up there', but you can't have contact. Most believed they would find the loved... Read more
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