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Slate
Gretchen Carlson on How to Stop Sexual Harassment and Why She Can’t Talk About Fox NewsIn her new book, Be Fierce: Stop Harassment and Take Your Power Back, the forme
Slate / Posted 15 hours ago
In her new book, Be Fierce: Stop Harassment and Take Your Power Back, the former Fox News Channel anchor Gretchen Carlson examines the prevalence of sexual harassment and different ways to combat it. Carlson herself was the victim of such harassment;... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Organized Chaos and Confusion as Political Controlwhat exactly have they said -- Russia-gate, the Iran agreement, the Las Vegas m
Op-Ed News / Posted yesterday
what exactly have they said -- Russia-gate, the Iran agreement, the Las Vegas massacre, Catalonia, health insurance, etc. Gibberish piled upon gibberish, that's what they've said. A salmagundi of contradictory verbiage that leaves a half-way... Read more
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The North West Star
Salt could supercharge storage batteriesas an energy storage source for a fifth of the cost, and without the ethical co
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
as an energy storage source for a fifth of the cost, and without the ethical concerns, according to new research. A Stanford University study into sodium-ion (Na-ion) battery technology has demonstrated the potential of these batteries to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Salt could supercharge storage batteriesas an energy storage source for a fifth of the cost, and without the ethical co
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
as an energy storage source for a fifth of the cost, and without the ethical concerns, according to new research. A Stanford University study into sodium-ion (Na-ion) battery technology has demonstrated the potential of these batteries to... Read more
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The Age
Salt could supercharge storage batteriesas an energy storage source for a fifth of the cost, and without the ethical co
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
as an energy storage source for a fifth of the cost, and without the ethical concerns, according to new research. A Stanford University study into sodium-ion (Na-ion) battery technology has demonstrated the potential of these batteries to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Salt could supercharge storage batteriesas an energy storage source for a fifth of the cost, and without the ethical co
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
as an energy storage source for a fifth of the cost, and without the ethical concerns, according to new research. A Stanford University study into sodium-ion (Na-ion) battery technology has demonstrated the potential of these batteries to... Read more
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asianage
Beauty bossesthe workers on the estate. But it was a course in Biochemistry from Switzerland
asianage / Posted 7 days ago
the workers on the estate. But it was a course in Biochemistry from Switzerland, and then a management programme at the Stanford Graduate Business School that actually helped Jain turn her passion into a fledging business. Biotique was launched... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Maverick McNealy finds some success at Safeway Open in pro debutOpen. At age 21, in his professional debut, the kid who grew up in Portola Vall
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
Open. At age 21, in his professional debut, the kid who grew up in Portola Valley and blossomed into a big-time player at Stanford saw his name atop a PGA Tour leaderboard. “That was a first,” McNealy said later. “Pretty cool.” His piece of the... Read more
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The Forward
Critics And Writers Are Defending An Accused Plagiarist. Here’s Why They’re Wrong.University, where Bialosky obtained a Master’s degree: “Inappropriate downloadi
The Forward / Posted 13 days ago
University, where Bialosky obtained a Master’s degree: “Inappropriate downloading of materials (text, images, charts, etc.) from Internet sources without proper attribution.” The University of Iowa, where Bialosky received her M.F.A.,... Read more
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The Hill
Mark Mellman: Are we doing it all wrong?rounded up 100,000 people, and measured all their vitals (weight, blood pressur
The Hill / Posted 16 days ago
rounded up 100,000 people, and measured all their vitals (weight, blood pressure, good cholesterol and bad, blood sugar, etc.). You then divided them into two groups, strictly at random. Of course, some members of each group are healthy, others... Read more
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The Hill
Over-regulation at USDA is holding back American agriculturethe 1970s, APHIS had long regulated the importation and interstate movement of
The Hill / Posted 17 days ago
the 1970s, APHIS had long regulated the importation and interstate movement of organisms (plants, bacteria, fungi, viruses, etc.) that are plant pests, which were defined by means of an inclusive list — essentially a binary “thumbs up or down”... Read more
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NFL.com
What’s sparked the rise of productive late-round wide receivers?are some historical trends in the type of receivers that get pushed down (short
NFL.com / Posted 19 days ago
are some historical trends in the type of receivers that get pushed down (shorter guys, small-school players, etc.), but it's often about specific flags on the player. Coming out of Central Michigan, Brown was a slender 5-foot-10 and... Read more
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Al.com
Arrested coaches embody college basketball's black-on-black shametaught for three decades. "It's an old story," said Shropshire (who is also a
Al.com / Posted 20 days ago
taught for three decades. "It's an old story," said Shropshire (who is also a long-time friend from our days together at Stanford). "The original black assistant coaches were hired for recruiting; brothers always had a specific role. Now, your... Read more
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The Mercury News
Picks of the Week: Underdogs are barking (yep, that means Washington State)view it: Where would the Week Five lines have been set prior to knowing the ou
The Mercury News / Posted 21 days ago
view it: Where would the Week Five lines have been set prior to knowing the outcomes of the Week Four games? I’m not sure Stanford would be a 15-point favorite over Arizona State if not for the Cardinal’s blowout of UCLA. I’m not sure Colorado... Read more
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The Hill
Protect the supercarrier and protect the free world(ISR), airborne command and control (C2), air-to-air refueling, electronic atta
The Hill / Posted 22 days ago
(ISR), airborne command and control (C2), air-to-air refueling, electronic attack, organic search and rescue, etc. They can’t be armored or defended to the same degree as supercarriers, and they do not have nearly the same capacity or... Read more
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Nevada Appeal
Past Pages for Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017favor him with a call. All kinds of country produce taken in exchange for denta
Nevada Appeal / Posted 24 days ago
favor him with a call. All kinds of country produce taken in exchange for dental work, such as hay, barley, butter, eggs, etc. Office on Carson Street, opposite the Plaza, Carson, Nevada." Death of Lee Winnie: Lee Winnie, age 27, died from... Read more
24d
Lifehacker
Use These Mental Tricks to Prepare for Dealing with Unpleasant Peoplealready been tapped for a huge variety of benefits—improved sleep, increased pr
Lifehacker / Posted 24 days ago
already been tapped for a huge variety of benefits—improved sleep, increased productivity, cutting out mindless snacking, etc. And we now may be able to add another upside to the list: researchers with the University of California, Berkeley,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Pressure On Nigeria As the World Turns Away From Oilthe pride of ownership and other reasons - it is our oil, it is our refinery, i
AllAfrica.com / Posted 25 days ago
the pride of ownership and other reasons - it is our oil, it is our refinery, it is our airport, it is our national asset, etc. Unfortunately, the reality today is that oil is dying. It may not be a sudden death because it will take a while for... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Fab 4 picks, SEC items of interest, NFL protest month?, Rushmore of Bill Murray charactersindeed. San Diego State minus-3 over Air Force. The Aztecs are a legit Big Six
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 28 days ago
indeed. San Diego State minus-3 over Air Force. The Aztecs are a legit Big Six bowl contender, especially after upsetting Stanford last week. Now, know that Air Force was physically beat on by a tough Michigan front. Yes, the game is at the... Read more
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Farragut Press
letters to the editorthe reverse of Ms. Plawchan’s claim, which she bases solely on a widely discred
Farragut Press / Posted 29 days ago
the reverse of Ms. Plawchan’s claim, which she bases solely on a widely discredited, unpublished and un-reviewed 2017 Stanford University [Northern California] “study.” This “study,” which wouldn’t pass the laugh test for most people, draws... Read more
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New York Magazine
This Stanford Professor Has a Theory on Why 2017 Is Filled With Jerks“You can make the argument that we are living in Peak Asshole,” says Robert Sut
New York Magazine / Posted 29 days ago
“You can make the argument that we are living in Peak Asshole,” says Robert Sutton, a Stanford professor who, as the author of the iconic 2007 book The No Asshole Rule, is perhaps the world’s leading expert on the species. According to Sutton, the... Read more
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The Seattle Times
UW Huskies report card: Five reasons for optimism, five reasons for concern as Pac-12 play beginswe’re definitely happy as coaches.”5. The schedule Bad news: The Huskies’ sche
The Seattle Times / Posted 30 days ago
we’re definitely happy as coaches.”5. The schedule Bad news: The Huskies’ schedule is back-loaded with a tough closing stretch. Good news: Right now, there are just three ranked teams on UW’s schedule — Oregon (Nov. 4), Utah (Nov. 18) and... Read more
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MedCity News
At Stanford MedicineX a DIY diabetes e-patient becomes study PIcontinuous glucose monitor when traditional medtech manufacturers gave her unsa
MedCity News / Posted 1 months ago
continuous glucose monitor when traditional medtech manufacturers gave her unsatisfying answers. On Friday, at the annual Stanford Medicine X conference at Stanford University in California that kicked off Friday and continues through the weekend,... Read more

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