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Is This Art Installation Too Risky Or Offensive T...
It has been 24 years since an inflammatory art exhibit vaulted the city of Cincinnati and its Contemporary Arts Center to national attention. A sadomasochistic photo installation by the late Robert...
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Contemporary Arts Center
Slamadamonth, SLAM #166: Amir Johnson
Slamadamonth, SLAM #166: Amir Johnson Jan. 6, 2013: The Raptors big man slams one all over Serge Ibaka. Originally published in SLAM 166 Potential is a funny thing. Molecular biologists can’t find...
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Top US university author to feature UoC expert in...
Top US university author to feature UoC expert in bookSunday, 20 April 2014, 6:00 pmPress Release: University of Canterbury Top US university author to feature University of Canterbury physics expert...
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Anne McElvoy: The rise of posh dosh and the phila...
One drawback has, however, begun to make itself felt in the social life of the capital — the rise of the philanthrobore, a hardy species who can speak of nothing else but their pet projects. Their...
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Echoes Of The Big Bang
For centuries the notion of "beginning" [of the universe] was taboo for science; scientists were more comfortable maintaining the Aristotelian model of an eternal universe that kept God out of the...
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CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online...
Story last updated at 4/16/2014 - 4:16 pm Assisted suicide is a humane choice Did you know that the average amount of terminally ill patients who die in pain is 55 percent? That's a little over...
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Surrey youngster tops Stephen Hawking and Albert ...
A child genius from Oxshott achieved astonishing results in a Mensa test, trumping his father and grandfather in the process. Three generations of the clever family sat the world-famous IQ exam...
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Richard Branson on Constructing the Perfect Pitch
Editor's Note: Entrepreneur Richard Branson regularly shares his business experience and advice with readers. Ask him a question and your query might be the inspiration for a future column. Q: I’ve...
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Silly Putty molecule used by scientists in bid to...
Silly Putty molecule utilised by scientists in bid to develop stem cell treatments for Alzheimer's Scientists grew working spinal cord cells on 'carpet' made from silicone Silicone polymer molecule...
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Councillor to continue despite shock diagnosis
Councillor to continue despite shock diagnosis Story Tools TIN Can Bay businessman and the coastal representative on Gympie Regional Council, Mark McDonald, revealed he has been diagnosed with the...
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At Home: Moving forces new appreciation for the r...
It’s 7 a.m. Do you know where your toothbrush is? If you do, and you can also find your phone charger, put your hands on a clean towel, and have all you need at hand to make a cup of coffee, be...
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The Big Bang Theory recap: Sheldon reboots himself
In 'The Relationship Diremption', Sheldon suddenly suffers a form of midlife crisis when a serious scientific discovery is made elsewhere, while his ongoing string theory work remains stagnant. Now,...
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Focus Features Sets
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drama Theory of Everything is set to be released domestically by Focus Features on...
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Brain waves play Pong, but not for long
It turns out we learn to move a robotic arm or computer cursor with the same neurons we use to learn to ride a bicycle or catch a ball. On a neurobiological level, that deceptively simple truth could...
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Stephen Hawking Says There Are No Black Holes | S...
has a big announcement.No, it's not that aliens exist or that humans won't survive another 1,000 years on Earth. The physicist claims, in a paper posted online Wednesday, that the idea...
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Terminally ill patients gain early access to pion...
Terminally ill patients gain early access to pioneering drugs MP for the Cotswolds Geoffrey Clifton-Brown at the Early Access to Medicines event (5010910) MP for the Cotswolds Geoffrey Clifton-Brown...
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Our Minister for Mediocrity is going nowhere
Alternatively, he could have sacked her on the devilishly obtuse grounds that the punters have, by and large, had their fill of politicians enriching themselves at their expense. Instead, the Mother...
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War and Peace
TV: The Trip To Italy is the best thing on TV
So the new series The Trip to Italy has been a gift for those who like to grumble about the BBC's supposed cavalier attitude to our cash. Following on from the first series, The Trip, it takes Steve...
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Stephen Hawking: Aliens might hate us
I know many of you cannot wait for the day when we encounter little green people over a beer, or perhaps even turn into them. However, one of the world's most celebrated scientific brains, Stephen...
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Will to succeed drives Helge Gruetjen into Cambri...
Cambridge News Thursday 3 Apr 2014 7:04 AM Depending on which way you look at it, describing someone as a “freak of nature” could either be seen as a little harsh or a massive plaudit. The words...
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