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2015/03/26 16:40
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Science enters the kitchen in a special "Biology of Food" issue from the leading scientific journal Cell. This set of Review and Commentary articles comes on the heels of a recent collaboration...
2015/03/26 16:40
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2015/03/26 14:33
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MONTROSE, Colo. - Bullying is being blamed for the suicide of a teenager on the Western Slope. Cait Haynes, a student at Montrose High School, died Tuesday. Friends told KJCT-TV that Cait was an...
2015/03/26 05:12
2015/03/26 05:12
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MONTROSE, Colo. Family and friends of a Montrose High School student say bullying pushed her to take her own life Tuesday afternoon. Those close to Cait Haynes say she was a smart and compassionate...
2015/03/26 03:46
2015/03/26 03:46
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The Westport Board of Education tonight approved the promotion of Jeffrey Golubchick to the position of principal of Long Lots Elementary School effective July 1, Superintendent of Schools Elliot...
2015/03/25 16:35
2015/03/25 16:35
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Williams College Museum of Art receives donation WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass -- The Williams College Museum of Art has received a donation of 68 works of contemporary art from the collection of computer...
2015/03/25 01:42
2015/03/25 01:42
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People burn fossil fuels, but they also mine and manufacture. It's who we are: Homo fabricus: man the maker. And as a side effect of our ingenuity and craft we have taken many metals originally buried...
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2015/03/24 21:17
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Imagine that you’re producing a movie and are choosing locations. While you could simply go to established “movie cities,” they may not be the best fit for your vision and budget. The costs of talent...
2015/03/24 15:42
2015/03/24 15:42
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The tempest was provoked by an article in the Aug. 26, 2010 issue of Nature. Written by Harvard mathematicians Martin A. Nowak and Corina E. Tarnita and Harvard biologist Edward O. Wilson, it...
2015/03/24 11:50
2015/03/24 11:50
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Today, let’s talk about the 1 percent. Not that 1 percent, but the difference that saving an extra 1 percent -- starting today, wherever you are, and continuing for the rest of your working life --...
2015/03/24 10:31
2015/03/24 10:31
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When Bob Washington can’t make it to the nearby golf course, his backyard will do. Bob enjoys the little things even more now after beating prostate cancer, a disease that runs in his family. “Five...
2015/03/24 06:46
2015/03/24 06:46
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By James Lomuscio Ed Gerber, president of the Westport Historical Society, says it was a love of the town’s arts history, illustrators in particular, that forged a friendship 15 years ago with...
2015/03/24 06:09
2015/03/24 06:09
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The program, called Integrated in Microbial Systems: Modeling, Population and Experimental Approaches, will combine population and microbiome sciences to explore human health and diseases. A...
2015/03/24 00:20
2015/03/24 00:20
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There's a chance the space rock that careened into Earth's atmosphere over Russia could have been spotted if the right telescope happened to be looking in the right place. That's happened exactly once...
2015/03/23 19:38
2015/03/23 19:38
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Your close friends can predict how long you'll live A new study has revealed that a person's close friend can predict how long his or her friend will live by estimating their personality traits. The...
2015/03/23 11:31
2015/03/23 11:31
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Sixty-four year old Richard Arnold is a retired Missouri paramedic. Five years ago, he suffered a sudden stroke. “I went and started leaning my head to one side. I don’t remember that. But I do...
2015/03/22 05:47
2015/03/22 05:47
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Which came first — allergies or sinus infections? That’s how Dr. Barbara Goheen, an otolaryngologist with Kinston Head & Neck, describes some of the complexities of nasal problems all too common in...
2015/03/21 11:30
2015/03/21 11:30
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By Randy DotingaHealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, March 17, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- A new study has linked drinking diet sodas to increasing waistlines in seniors. What's more, the study found that the...
2015/03/21 08:57
2015/03/21 08:57
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Hannah Henson's name rang out Friday. But unlike those before her, the 26-year-old University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences senior picked up the white envelope that bore her neatly printed name...
2015/03/20 22:33
2015/03/20 22:33
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Amy Iarrobino and Erin Kane took two different paths to get to medical school, but they ended up on the same steps at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine on Friday, anxiously waiting...
2015/03/20 21:29
2015/03/20 21:29
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The national leader of Sigma Alpha Epsilon was preparing a celebratory message for the fraternity’s 159th anniversary when news broke about the now notorious video showing chapter members from the...
2015/03/26 16:40
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