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Oxygen atoms create detailed architectures in ura...
... by scientists at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, University of Chicago, and the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource. In uranium dioxide, the oxygen atoms-key corrosion...
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University of Chicago
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Why Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight blog is wrong a...
... all of the other influences on student performance (such as hunger, sickness, grief, trauma, etc). Critics say that the formulas can’t do that for individual teachers and that they are...
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Silicon Valley Innovative Trip (SVIT) —— Journey ...
... and Play, Drapper University and Y Combinator. The visit also include Stanford University, where you can meet and have discussions with Chinese oversea students. We hope...
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Surfers Against Sewage Announces Global Wave Conf...
Environment News SAS announces major international event focused on protecting waves, oceans, etc. Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 27 July, 2015 - Cornwall, England - Surfers Against Sewage is...
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A Look Inside Google and Carnegie-Mellon's IoT Ca...
... sandboxes, but they don't communicate well together. The joint project between CMU, Cornell, Stanford, Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Google wants to wipe away the private-industry middlemen...
Read more at Fast Company Magazine
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Trump says 'maybe people will get tired of me – w...
... done a good job. You know, in some cases sadly they've been living under the shadows, etc. etc. We have to do something.' 'So whether it's merit or whether it's whatever – but I'm a...
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NFL scouting report: NFL analyst predicts Jarryd ...
... Yankey after he was benched by the Vikings last season following a stellar college career with Stanford. “When the Vikings start training camp at the end of the month, there won’t be a lot of...
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During Two-Year Personal Study, Doctor Watches Hi...
... first real-time view of the birth of a disease that afflicts millions of people, according to Stanford University Medical Center. Since the earliest days of human genome sequencing,...
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Is For-Profit the Future of Education in Brazil?
... it to be a model that already works really well in the US and build the Warby Parker, Yelp, etc of Brazil. But anything that’s a little out of the box, you won’t find Brazilian investors. You...
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Guest Opinion: Retirement life in Palo Alto's fas...
... example, in engineering, theoretical physics, academia, and research. At SRI International, Stanford, Lockheed, Fairchild, Applied Materials and so on. That was well before nearby Google or...
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San Francisco International Airport
Former Stanford track star aiming to merge sports...
Erica McLain was a three-time NCAA triple jump champion at Stanford, but she is seeking to soar even farther these days. McLain, class of 2008, has founded PATHworks, an experiential learning company...
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US consumers lose interest in smartphones - haven...
... trend. New phones are typically a vague improvement on old ones, with better cameras, memory, etc., but these small improvements are failing to create urgency for consumers to upgrade right...
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How medical marijuana could literally save lives
The numbers speak only to state-level trends, not to individual behavior. Some researchers, like Stanford University's Keith Humphreys, are skeptical of findings showing a negative link between...
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Townsend, in 1962, and the American economist Victor Fuchs, who is now an emeritus professor at Stanford, in 1965. Nobody has taken the idea very seriously. “I still think that it is the right way...
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Immigration: The debate Republicans don't want
... at some point anyway," said Lanhee J. Chen, Romney's former policy director and a fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution. "Whether they engage in it sooner or later -- I think for...
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The four injury risks today's young NBA players f...
... surveyed reported that they use some type of electronics (computer, video game, cell phone, etc.) at least a few nights a week within an hour before going to bed. Mah recommends 7-9 hours of...
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Fossil Fuel Divestment: Flight from Reality - The...
... redirect the fossil-fuel portion of its $1.2 billion endowment to "clean energy" investments. Stanford decided last year to cease all direct investments in companies engaged in coal mining....
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2015 Oregon Pickin' Preview: Ducks aim for Pac-12...
... not only Marcus Mariota but Jake Fisher, Hroniss Grasu, Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Arik Armstead, etc. all departed. The cupboard ain't exactly bare, though, not with Tyler Johnstone back at tackle,...
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Rahul Yadav's 'everyone-is-dumb-but-me' mindset
... his investors of being intellectually incapable and warned them to stop messing around, etc. Were the investors so desperate or so dependent on the CEO that they allowed him to withdraw...
Read more at Business Standard India
The 3 most terrifying A.I. films of the last 3 ye...
... the world’s experts think about AI and how it will affect us in the future have a look at Stanford University’s ‘The One Hundred Year Study on Artificial Intelligence’ project). But we’re...
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