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2014/09/28 17:39
2014/09/28 17:39
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The Experts The Ebola Response May Need: Anthropologists As the Ebola outbreak gains steam, experts continue to deploy to the region.Teams Doctors Without Borders, the World Health Organization, the...
2014/09/28 17:39
2014/09/28 17:39
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2014/09/28 15:37
2014/09/28 15:37
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Researchers found that much of the water on Earth and across the system predates the sun, which could mean that other planets in the had access to water as they were being formed. That would likely be...
2014/09/28 14:11
2014/09/28 14:11
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Alexander Sodiqov, a student arrested for treason in Tajikistan, has been released - but charges have not been dropped. Alexander Sodiqov, right, was arrested while conducting research in Tajikistan...
2014/09/26 05:28
2014/09/26 05:28
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Another Failed War to Re-Arrange the Middle EastFriday, 19 September 2014, 11:56 amArticle: Ramzy BaroudConvenient Genocide: Another Failed War to Re-Arrange the Middle East By Ramzy Baroud19...
2014/09/25 19:21
2014/09/25 19:21
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Water on Earth is OLDER than the sun: Similarity between oceans and icy comets increases our chance of finding alien life Earth's water may have begun life in the early solar system, says study This...
2014/09/24 18:21
2014/09/24 18:21
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Feeling down? Get some fresh air: Taking a walk really does beat stress - without the need for antidepressants Walking is especially beneficial for people going through a tough time Strolling...
2014/09/24 16:42
2014/09/24 16:42
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The collaborative international research also shows that skin coloration in male and female rhesus macaques is an inherited quality -- the first example of heritability for a sexually-selected trait...
2014/09/24 13:39
2014/09/24 13:39
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Researchers from the University of Exeter are working to help communities become more resilient to natural hazards like flooding. The project is being carried out in collaboration with the Climate...
2014/09/24 09:49
2014/09/24 09:49
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Europe is the only one of the world’s biggest four polluters to have reduced carbon emissions, latest figures reveal. India, with a 5% hike, China and the US all saw their outputs increase in 2013,...
2014/09/23 21:44
2014/09/23 21:44
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In question are the kinds of feedbacks that can be expected from soil microbes in a warmer climate and the resulting effects on the global stocks of soil carbon. Existing climate models do not...
2014/09/22 20:18
2014/09/22 20:18
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Jill Tarlov dies after cyclist Jason Marshall hit her in Central Park, New York, last week Tragic collision ... Jill Tarlov was rushed to hospital, where she was declared brain dead. Picture:...
2014/09/22 01:41
2014/09/22 01:41
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Carbon dioxide levels set to reach new high | Irish Examiner Carbon dioxide levels set to reach new high Monday, September 22, 2014 Global emissions of carbon dioxide are set to rise again this...
2014/09/20 23:37
2014/09/20 23:37
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As the population continues to grow and water is increasingly scarce, suppliers across Britain simply “cannot afford to fail”, according to Trevor Bishop, the Environment Agency’s deputy director. “We...
2014/09/20 22:05
2014/09/20 22:05
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Clownfish really do make epic journey like that over-protective father Marlin takes in the movie Finding Nemo in an attempt to track down his missing son, scientists have found. Some young clownfish...
2014/09/20 17:05
2014/09/20 17:05
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How Can Diet Sodas Make You Fat? Study May Explain ItPosted: Saturday, September 20, 2014 12:37 PM EDTUpdated: Saturday, September 20, 2014 12:37 PM EDT NBC News - Researchers trying to figure out...
2014/09/20 11:17
2014/09/20 11:17
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A young-at-heart dad has become an internet sensation after footage was posted on YouTube of him downing beer from a rugby boot at his son's university housewarming party. Being egged on by a group...
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2014/09/20 02:45
2014/09/20 02:45
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A 2011 study showed that thinking about something positive that makes you smile can actually make you happier (fake smiles don't do the trick), while 2003 Clark University research found that smiling...
2014/09/19 20:29
2014/09/19 20:29
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A CYCLIST peddling a $4000 racing bike at high speed through New York’s Central Park reportedly slammed into a mum in town shopping for her daughter’s birthday present — leaving the woman brain...
2014/09/19 14:35
2014/09/19 14:35
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Jason Marshall (Picture: Facebook) A mother has been left brain dead after being hit by a bicyclist who yelled at her to ‘get out of the way’ before ploughing straight into her. Jill Tarlov, 59, was...
2014/09/18 17:38
2014/09/18 17:38
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In a new study, scientists have found that clownfish larvae can swim up to 400 kilometres in search of a new home, which helps them deal with the environmental changes better. Study's co-author Dr...
2014/09/28 17:39
2014/09/28 17:39
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