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2014/07/23 02:42
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I’m Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics at LIU Post in New York. I’ve published several articles in professional journals and magazines, including Barron’s, The New York Times, Japan...
2014/07/23 02:42
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2014/07/22 19:30
2014/07/22 19:30
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If you're tired of waiting on Apple to come out with its rumored iWatch, you might want to consider a new 3D printable wrist band that can enable an iPod Nano to take on many of the same tasks. The...
2014/07/22 15:46
2014/07/22 15:46
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Research into the desert creatures -- which live in groups with a dominant breeding pair and many adult helpers -- shows that the alpha female can flourish when it maintains the sole right to...
2014/07/22 09:25
2014/07/22 09:25
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On September 11, 1997, Scots voted for a devolved parliament with tax-raising powers. If that seems like a long time ago consider that there are tens of thousands of Scots born after the devolution...
2014/07/22 07:08
2014/07/22 07:08
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The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is pleased to announce that one of the world's preeminent experts in breast cancer research and treatment, V. Craig Jordan, Ph.D., will join the...
2014/07/21 23:45
2014/07/21 23:45
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SCOTLAND’S small businesses have been told it may be “beneficial” to set up registered offices south of the Border after independence. Official advice commissioned by the Federation of Small...
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2014/07/21 18:31
2014/07/21 18:31
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Every artist has their secret and it turns out Mother Nature is no different. Through the study of small cubes of sand, study researchers discovered that the pressure of gravity guards parts of a...
2014/07/21 14:31
2014/07/21 14:31
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Fire is the second leading cause of accidents in wind turbines, after blade failure, according to new research. Wind farming is one of the leading industries in the renewable energy sector. However,...
2014/07/20 23:53
2014/07/20 23:53
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We recently spent four nights at the boutique Hotel du Vin in Edinburgh, Scotland. The building has character, with exposed stone walls, a cozy dining room with the bar area suspended above and an...
2014/07/20 01:42
2014/07/20 01:42
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I've spent three decades working as a reporter, editor and news executive at media companies including Reuters, Bloomberg and News Corp. covering business, finance, investment, politics, general news,...
2014/07/19 19:42
2014/07/19 19:42
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I’m Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics at LIU Post in New York. I’ve published several articles in professional journals and magazines, including Barron’s, The New York Times, Japan...
2014/07/18 20:03
2014/07/18 20:03
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The Ocean in a TankThe incredible, ominous power of the FloWave simulation pool. University of Edinburgh engineers finally opened their long-awaited ocean simulator FloWave, with the ability to mimic...
2014/07/18 13:29
2014/07/18 13:29
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Researchers claim they have developed proteins that could help bring a wider variety of low-fat foods to market without compromising on texture and taste. The Scotland-based team has produced...
2014/07/17 23:39
2014/07/17 23:39
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Wind farming is one of the leading industries in the renewable energy sector. However, the industry faces a number of challenges, such as opposition by wind farm lobbyists. Today's research suggests...
2014/07/17 19:06
2014/07/17 19:06
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In a way, World of Warcraft is a diverse place, with humans, orcs, elves and gnomes fraternizing on the digital battlefield. But the creatures in the video game’s fantasy world seem to all have one...
2014/07/17 03:42
2014/07/17 03:42
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I’m Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics at LIU Post in New York. I’ve published several articles in professional journals and magazines, including Barron’s, The New York Times, Japan...
2014/07/16 18:22
2014/07/16 18:22
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The world’s most terrifying 'SWIMMING POOL': Ocean simulator replicates enormous storm waves to study tidal power New 'pool' at the University of Edinburgh is being used to test technologies Called...
2014/07/16 16:50
2014/07/16 16:50
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No lie: dinosaur dubbed 'Pinocchio rex' would eat you alive WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Its nickname may sound funny - "Pinocchio rex" - but it probably would not have been wise to laugh at this strange,...
2014/07/16 08:25
2014/07/16 08:25
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Shortly after Margaret Thatcher died, Chris Husbands wrote of her: She established more comprehensive schools than any other secretary of state for education. She raised the school leaving age. She...
2014/07/15 20:09
2014/07/15 20:09
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Why promoted: The MP for Witham has toned down her rhetoric since she was first elected in 2010, when she was among a handful of MPs calling for the return of capital punishment. David Cameron, the...
2014/07/23 02:42
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