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2015/08/02 13:44
2015/08/02 13:44
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Thanks to a number of local partners — including Clark County Public Health and the Forest Service — you can check out a Nature Explore backpack from the Vancouver Community Library for up to two...
2015/08/02 13:44
2015/08/02 13:44
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2015/08/02 12:12
2015/08/02 12:12
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The $8bn (£5bn) project had been projected to take three years but on the orders of the president, Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, the former military chief who led the overthrow of an elected Islamist...
2015/08/01 07:38
2015/08/01 07:38
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Butterfly-inspired technique could make solar energy cheaper Mimicking the v-shaped posture adopted by a butterfly species to heat up its flight muscles before take-off, the amount of power produced...
2015/07/31 21:29
2015/07/31 21:29
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Lose weight by sitting on your couch and playing a video game? It sounds too good to be true, but a couple of UK psychologists claim they have come up with a video game that will train your brain to...
Read more at Herald Sun, Perth Now
2015/07/31 11:26
2015/07/31 11:26
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PUPILS from across Devon, Cornwall and Somerset have gained a valuable insight into medical education in a scheme which aims to boost university applications. Over a series of workshops, more than 40...
2015/07/30 19:08
2015/07/30 19:08
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STRANGER THAN FICTION: Christopher (Michael Angarano) assumes the role of prison guard, aping the villainous chain-gang boss from 'Cool Hand Luke' in 'The Stanford Prison Experiment.' It has been the...
2015/07/30 17:14
2015/07/30 17:14
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... — Having trouble remembering a new acquaintance’s name or the correct response to that test question? A new study suggests the answers you’re stumped to remember while awake, may be easier to...
2015/07/30 12:21
2015/07/30 12:21
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Stress getting you down? Try watching fish in an aquarium: Research shows tranquility can rub off on humans and not only boost mood but lower blood pressure and heart rate Watching tropical fish swim...
2015/07/28 17:17
2015/07/28 17:17
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Sleep and memory. Their relationship is complex, but researchers have established that getting a good night's rest is instrumental in keeping forgetfulness at bay, in part because, when sleeping, your...
2015/07/28 03:46
2015/07/28 03:46
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Sleepless nights: the precursor to an array of problems. Photo: Simon Schluter People who boast about getting by on less than five hours sleep should be shunned like smokers, because of the harm...
2015/07/27 12:39
2015/07/27 12:39
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Danielle Wootton and Dr John Davey at the Ipplepen excavation site. An archaeological dig in a rural Devon village is yielding more ancient secrets. Last year experts working on a major field study...
2015/07/27 09:38
2015/07/27 09:38
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Worms in space to shed light on muscle loss in humans Researchers are set to send thousands of microscopic worms on a mission to the International Space Station (ISS) in an experiment aimed at...
2015/07/24 11:49
2015/07/24 11:49
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CAIRO (AP) — In a story July 22 about an audiotape by an Egyptian militant, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the June 29 killing of the top prosecutor was the first successful...
2015/07/24 11:25
2015/07/24 11:25
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In 2013, there were seven known militants from the village that Ahmed Abu Deraa comes from in Egypt's northern Sinai Peninsula. Today, that number has jumped to about 60, says Abu Deraa, an...
2015/07/23 17:31
2015/07/23 17:31
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... Eric Hopton Humans often fall into two categories – altruistic and selfless, or mean and selfish. Sound like anyone you know? This tendency extends beyond humanity. Dr Jennifer Sanderson from the...
Read more at redOrbit, PhysOrg
2015/07/23 04:18
2015/07/23 04:18
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Quran found in UK is probably world's oldest - University Radiocarbon dating indicated that the parchment folios were at least 1,370 years old. Radiocarbon dating indicated that the Quran in...
2015/07/22 23:27
2015/07/22 23:27
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In a small new study, volunteers who were shown chocolate and sports drinks after an exercise workout could not correctly guess how much would be an equal ‘reward’ for the calories they had just...
2015/07/22 23:03
2015/07/22 23:03
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The birds are a tourist draw - the Boulders reserve attracted 691171 visitors last year, while 359149 people went to Robben Island, off Cape Town, where about 2000 pairs nest. Bird numbers at the...
2015/07/21 09:29
2015/07/21 09:29
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She replaces Martha Carter, who will move into a new role leading global education initiatives at ISS. Marshall will lead ISS’ global research teams, providing institutional investors with research,...
2015/07/20 12:39
2015/07/20 12:39
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A nematode worm of the species Caenorhabditis elegans A University of Exeter scientist is set to send thousands of microscopic worms on a mission to the International Space Station (ISS) in an...
2015/08/02 13:44
2015/08/02 13:44
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