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2015/03/03 17:50
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Forensic holodeck creates 3D crime scenes A holodeck is no longer the preserve of TV sci-fi classic Star Trek, thanks to researchers from the Institute of Forensic Medicine Zurich, who have created...
2015/03/03 17:50
2015/03/03 17:50
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2015/03/03 13:29
2015/03/03 13:29
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In early January 2015 joint operations between UN combat troops and Congolese soldiers against rebels who refused to disarm in eastern DRC were announced, repeatedly, as being imminent. The Congolese...
2015/03/02 16:30
2015/03/02 16:30
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2015/02/26 11:51
2015/02/26 11:51
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Although we cherish playful personalities among children, new research suggest we value the same lightheartedness among the individual we chose to be our partner. Playful adults are fond of wordplay,...
2015/02/26 10:27
2015/02/26 10:27
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2015/02/25 12:45
2015/02/25 12:45
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I spend most Sunday afternoons hanging out with elementary and middle school kids, simplifying fractions, playing Connect Four and getting reacquainted with the basic rules of spelling. I recently...
2015/02/24 21:27
2015/02/24 21:27
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Saudi Arabian blogger Raif Badawi was awarded a prize for courage at the Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy held on Tuesday. Badawi was sentenced to 10 years in prison and 1,000 lashes by...
2015/02/23 19:19
2015/02/23 19:19
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A routine scan of Stuart Farrimond’s brain in 2008 revealed a tumor. (Courtesy of Stuart Farrimond) One day, perhaps in the next five years, I will develop a malignant brain tumor called a...
2015/02/23 09:42
2015/02/23 09:42
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Voltage tester for beating heart cells February 22, 2015 // Christoph Hammerschmidt Swiss scientists for the first time succeeded in measuring the electric current through beating heart muscle...
2015/02/19 18:18
2015/02/19 18:18
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Justin Sullivan / GettySteve Jobs said you need a broad "bag of experiences." We may have found out the difference between the two types. "Entrepreneurs differ from employees in that they must be...
2015/02/18 14:42
2015/02/18 14:42
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Ever since the invention of the first camera obscura and the advent of photography in the 19th century, scientists have been fascinated by the use of light sensors to capture the world around us from...
2015/02/16 16:08
2015/02/16 16:08
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Unemployment might account for nine times as many deaths by suicide every year (about 45 000) as the recent economic crisis (around 5000 excess suicides), a long-term analysis of suicide risk across...
2015/02/16 14:39
2015/02/16 14:39
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Corannulene is a carbon molecule with a unique shape (similar to the better known fullerene) and promising properties. A team of scientists from SISSA and the University of Zurich carried out computer...
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2015/02/15 19:18
2015/02/15 19:18
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The study, which was funded by the University of Zurich, analyzed mortality data from the World Health Organization in 63 countries from 2000 to 2011. Of the approximately 233,000 suicides examined...
2015/02/14 00:30
2015/02/14 00:30
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WEDNESDAY, Feb. 11, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Being jobless may play a role in about one-fifth of suicides worldwide each year, a new study suggests. Swiss researchers analyzed data from 63 countries...
2015/02/11 16:14
2015/02/11 16:14
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WEDNESDAY, Feb. 11, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Being jobless may play a role in about one-fifth of suicides worldwide each year, a new study suggests. Swiss researchers analyzed data from 63 countries...
2015/02/11 12:56
2015/02/11 12:56
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Around 45 000 suicides each year are attributable to unemployment, according to a survey of 63 countries published in The Lancet Psychiatry on Wednesday. Health watchdogs should regard unemployment...
2015/02/10 15:27
2015/02/10 15:27
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2015/02/08 23:49
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Scientists discover that chimps, like humans, are able to learn and adopt the local lingo when they move into foreign territory. Just as Bostonians moving to Tokyo ditch “grapefruit” and adopt...
2015/02/06 18:29
2015/02/06 18:29
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Uganda has about 5,000 troops putting out fires in neighbouring South Sudan and the Central African Republic. These latest operations follow a long trail of controversial interventions in other...
2015/03/03 17:50
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