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An international team led by scientists from the University of Zurich finds that high-precision atomic clocks can be used to monitor volcanoes and potentially improve predictions of future eruptions....
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2015/06/30 08:05
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A bird in Australia is able to string together sounds and mix them up in order to communicate different meanings to others, a skill previously attributed only to humans, researchers said on...
2015/06/29 14:17
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Just before you climb under your duvet, you carefully prepare your room. You sprinkle a few drops of incense on your pillow, put on some headphones, and place a strange-looking band over your scalp....
2015/06/29 13:41
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Chimps 'have moral values of humans' | Irish Examiner Chimps ‘have moral values of humans’ Chimpanzees may have a sense of right and wrong that echoes human concepts of morality, a study has...
2015/06/26 09:39
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The nuclear pore complex is comprised of several layered rings: the cytoplasmic ring (gold), the spoke ring within the pore (blue) and the nucleoplasmic ring (green). Credit: UZH The transportation...
2015/06/18 22:00
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Germans who grew up during the 1930s are far more likely than their younger compatriots to have negative attitudes about Jews, according to a new study of anti-Semitism in Germany. The study,...
2015/06/18 18:12
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Genetic tests on one of the most important human skeletons ever found in North America have re-ignited a fierce debate over the rightful fate of the remains. The ancient skeleton of Kennewick Man...
2015/06/16 16:27
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2015/06/11 23:05
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FIFA: Corruption Scandal Creating Growing Concern In Russia Over WC Investments WANT MORE GREAT STORIES LIKE THIS? There is "growing concern among Moscow's sports and business elites" about what the...
2015/06/07 21:05
2015/06/07 21:05
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Photo: Michael Mucci You've been doing good work lately, and the boss is thinking of acknowledging your contribution. How would you like to be thanked? With a bonus, or with some kind of award? If...
2015/06/07 17:27
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2015/06/07 10:27
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2015/06/03 22:39
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Ines Braga Goncalves from the University of Zurich, Switzerland, explains that the pregnant males support their offspring by removing the youngsters' waste and supplementing their nutrition, but it...
2015/06/03 05:35
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A series of recent studies suggest that eye movements may both reflect and influence the workings of the brain According to the old saying, the eyes are windows into the soul, revealing deep emotions...
2015/06/01 15:08
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Two male academics and one female academic from the University of Zurich have been selected to receive the EU's most prestigious research grant. Each will receive between 2.5 and 2.9 million Euro to...
2015/05/31 14:18
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RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — The accused in the FIFA scandal are easy to spot: globe-trotting executives charged with diverting millions meant to build the game to their personal accounts. Those who feel...
2015/05/29 16:31
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Scientists from universities in Switzerland and Greece have successfully used ancient Egyptian mummification techniques on tissue from donated human cadaver tissue in order to see first-hand what...
2015/05/28 19:33
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You can become less sexist and racist while you sleep There are many benefits to a good nap—improvements to your mood, performance, and memory among them. As a bonus, you could also wake up a bit...
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Ex Christie's Head joins Saffronart as CEO Hugo Weihe, former International Director of Asian Art at Christie's, joined Saffronart as its Chief Executive Officer from July 1. Weihe will oversee...
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