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Science: regular consumption of marijuana keeps you thin, fit, and active >> Science

6/26/2017 An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Here's a new health-related adage to consider: Regular consumption of marijuana keeps you thin and active.

How technology will make today's iPhone redundant >> Technology

6/26/2017 ... a great cup of coffee and there's also this person you really would like, too',” says Jonathan Badeen, co-founder and chief strategy officer of dating app Tinder, where he leads teams that think about how to incorporate Apple's latest technology ...

Grant helps Wyandotte High School reach 1:1 technology initiative >> Technology

6/26/2017 Superintendent Troy Gray said the grant will help equip every high school student with his or her own Chromebook and will make STEM - science, technology, engineering and math - curriculum more accessible in the classroom. "Our mission at Wyandotte ...

Marriage, fatherhood may cause men to gain weight >> Medicine science

6/26/2017 The study was recently published in the journal Social Science & Medicine. The researchers came to their findings by analyzing the data of 8,729 heterosexual couples who were part of the 1999-2013 Panel Study of Income Dynamics, which was originally ...

How To Prevent Vitamin D Deficiency? >> Medicine science

6/26/2017 Vitamin D supplement may also be prescribed by doctors to those who lack this. The recommended dietary allowance is 600 IU for adults.

Children to battle it out in Robot Games to learn about science, maths and engineering >> Maths Science

6/26/2017 A spokesman for Leonardo said: “Leonardo is holding this event to increase young people's enjoyment and interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) subjects, so that they might consider careers in this field in the future. “We are ...

Short of IT workers at home, Israeli startups recruit elsewhere | Reuters >> Maths Science

6/26/2017 When Alexey Chalimov founded software design firm Eastern Peak in Israel four years ago he knew he would not find the developers he needed at home.

The science, history of kissing >> History science

6/26/2017 A wonderfully enlightening article from the American Journal of Medicine (AJM) titled “Philematology: the Science of Kissing - A Message for the Marital Month of June” is jam-packed with intriguing details.

Researchers say they've unlocked key to cancer metastasis, how to slow it >> Physical Research

6/26/2017 Jayatilaka began by studying how cancer cells behave and communicate with each other, using a three-dimensional model that mimics human tissue rather than looking at them in a petri dish.

Murray Darling plan doomed to fail unless more water earmarked for conservation, scientists warn >> Scientists

6/26/2017 The report by the Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists, released on Monday, calls on both federal and state government who manage the plan to commit to a one-third increase in current environmental flows to 3200 gigalitres.

10 Living Philosophers and Why You Should Know Them >> Science and Politics

6/26/2017 One of the most cited philosophers of the modern age, Chomsky has written extensively on linguistics, cognitive science, politics, and history. His work has had an effect on everything from developmental psychology to the debates between rationalism ...

On the cusp of art and science >> Everyday Science

6/26/2017 Economics is also very readable; for example, Steven Levitt's Freakonomics , became popular and really motivates the reader to look for 'economics in everyday life'. Paul Krugman who writes for the New York Times , has written books that most people ...

Czech, Israeli science academies agree on cooperation >> Biochemistry Science

6/26/2017 Prague, June 23 (CTK) - Heads of the Czech and Israeli academies of sciences, Eva Zazimalova and Nili Cohen, signed a memorandum of cooperation in Prague today and the concrete joint projects following from this cooperation are to be defined in form of ...

The games scientists play >> Biochemistry Science

6/26/2017 Students from Biochemistry 3300 and New Media 3310 Game Design, Theory and Production, have created two new games after being put in touch through the Agility program.

Journey to Space at the Museum of Science >> Science

6/26/2017 Journey to Space is on view at the Museum of Science Mugar Omni Theater, One Science Park, Boston. Find showtimes here.

How the science magazines are covering global warming >> Science

6/26/2017 It's gotten too darned hot lately to sleep without running the A-C. Of course, this means that now we're losing sleep over our electricity bill, and whether global warming is going to threaten our retirement.

AG knocks technology dependency >> Technology

6/26/2017 So said Attorney General and Minister of Home Affairs, Adriel Brathwaite, at Abundant Life Assembly yesterday during a service to mark the 130th anniversary of the Registration Department.

Haptik opens up AI assistant technology that powers its chatbots >> Technology

6/26/2017 Artificial intelligence Deep learning Android development Machine learning Data analyst Full stack developer Haptik, an artificial intelligence-based personal assistant service, has open sourced its proprietary Named Entity Recognition system that ...

Fairmont Technology Firm Nets Software Opportunity Half a World Away >> Technology

6/26/2017 “We are excited to work with CWTRI and USTDA in deploying this much-needed monitoring technology,” Zemerick said. “The system will improve real-time data monitoring and analysis of environmental conditions, establish an emergency operations and ...

BRIEF-Shenzhen Danbond Technology completes establishment of tech unit in Shenzhen city >> Technology

6/26/2017 Reuters is the news and media division of Thomson Reuters. Thomson Reuters is the world's largest international multimedia news agency, providing investing news, world news, business news, technology news, headline news, small business news, news ...

Group donates pet-identifying technology to Sauk County police >> Technology

6/26/2017 In addition to arming police with pet-identifying technology, Butts said the organization strives to educate people on the importance of having microchips implanted in their pets.

NFL uses eye-tracking technology to improve game presentation ... >> Technology

6/26/2017 The NFL has decided to take steps aimed at improving the TV presentation of its games, with specific focus on pace. To do that, the league actually went to the ...

Can China and the Internet Save American Small Business? >> Technology

6/26/2017 Our guide to stories in the archives that put technology in perspective. Sign Up. Thank you - please check your email to confirm your subscription.

Short of IT Workers at Home, Israeli Startups Recruit Elsewhere >> Technology

6/26/2017 Driven by startups, Israel's technology industry is the fastest growing part of the economy. It accounts for 14 percent of economic output and 50 percent of exports.

Technology Week Recap >> Technology

6/26/2017 This week was Technology Week at the White House, and the Trump Administration held events focusing on modernizing government technology and stimulating the technology sector. On Monday, the White House invited major tech leaders and university ...

The Chemistry's New in Black and Blue >> Chemistry Science

6/26/2017 Saying little more about the chemistry beyond describing the medium as acrylic, Semple's sales team admits that Black 2.0 “is not the blackest black in the world.

Learn the psychology behind husband's hoarding >> Psychology

6/26/2017 But understanding the psychology of hoarders might help you find some renewed patience with your husband and sanity for yourself.

Expired viagra effects >> Pseudoscience research

6/26/2017 Expired viagra pills just news unstudied she cottonball. guanosine at changing cover inches opportunity people 5-1 at and as and feet.

Dalai Lama visits Eden Prairie >> Neuroscience research

6/26/2017 Whitaker noted that neuroscience research indicates that practicing compassion affects the pleasure centers of the body which can lower blood pressure and heart rate.

Boeing opens research centre at UQ >> Neuroscience research

6/26/2017 Leading research and development organisation Boeing Research and Technology Australia (BR&T–Australia) has moved its Brisbane-based team into a new centre at The University of Queensland's St Lucia campus.

Vanuatu agriculture experts develop food crops designed to withstand the effects of climate change >> Meteorology research

6/26/2017 Joint research by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology, the Vanuatu Meteorology and Geo-hazard Department, and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) has raised dire concerns for the future of the island nation.

New research leverages big data to predict severe weather >> Meteorology research

6/26/2017 The research team, led by doctoral student Mohammad Mahdi Kamani and including IST professor James Wang, doctoral student Farshid Farhat, and AccuWeather forensic meteorologist Stephen Wistar, has developed a new approach for identifying bow ...

Pharma research firm APC has just the right medicine >> Medicine science

6/26/2017 We take cutting-edge science and engineering and combine it with some unique technology. This blend of technology and team based capability creates a globally unique R&D environment.

Female MDs are introduced differently from male physicians >> Medicine science

6/26/2017 Julia Files and Anita Mayer, physicians at the Mayo Clinic, started seeing a pattern: When their male colleagues were introduced at conferences, they were usually called “Doctor.

Short of IT workers at home, Israeli startups recruit elsewhere >> Maths Science

6/26/2017 The main reason for the shortfall is a sharp drop in the number of computer science, maths and statistics graduates, down from a peak of 3,000 in 2005 to a low of 1,600 in 2008.

Maths guru off to Colombia summit >> Maths Science

6/26/2017 A Port Elizabeth youngster who will be jetting off to the seventh annual One Young World Summit in Colombia hopes that when he returns he will be able to use what he has learnt there to help students struggling with maths and science. Khanya Mkoto, 26 ...

San Diego's science allure draws in big partners >> History science

6/26/2017 Thermo Fisher has turned the headquarters of Life Technologies into its own branch in Carlsbad, with about 1,500 employees. In April 2013, Life Technologies employed about 1,200 people in Carlsbad.

Scientists Reverse Engineer Fossils To Understand Ancient Organisms >> History science

6/26/2017 And as we go farther back in Earth's history, the fossils start to look even weirder. They lack tails, legs, skeletons, eyes…any characteristics that would help us understand where these organisms fit in the tree of life.

Elias Burstein, Pioneer in Semiconductors, Dies at 99 >> Physical Research

6/26/2017 Elias Burstein, one of the pioneers in the optical physics of solids, whose research into the photoionization of impurities in silicon helped pave the way for the development of silicon semiconductors, died June 17 at his home in Bryn Mawr, Pa.

New Leader for Office of Technology Development >> Physical Research

6/26/2017 Pratt joined OTD in May 2000 as a licensing associate responsible for inventions that came out of research in the physical sciences. Over the years, he has held a series of different roles, each with increasing responsibility: director of corporate ...

Southern DHB nurses improving the physical health of people with serious mental illness >> Physical Research

6/26/2017 Research has shown that people who experience serious mental illness and/or addiction have a two to three times greater risk of premature death.

E&H School of Health Sciences introduces new centers to Smyth community >> Physical Research

6/26/2017 Emory & Henry College's School of Health Sciences hosted an open house on Wednesday at the Marion campus to introduce a new Falls Prevention Center and Obesity Research Center, two new facilities devoted to addressing the needs of the community ...

Opinion: How innovation will shape physical retail's future >> Physical Research

6/26/2017 Constant talk about the decline of the high street and digital versus physical is fuelling negative sentiment towards the retail industry.

Why do we want to watch the world burn on screen? >> Scientific speculation

6/26/2017 Further, the notion of finding motivation has also been floated in the scientific domain, where fictional speculation can also act as inspiration. According to Carnegie Mellon University science policy researcher Denise Caruso in Smithsonian magazine, ...

Anonymous Says NASA Is About to Announce Evidence of Alien Life >> Scientific speculation

6/26/2017 In fact, their latest video announcement centres around the Kepler Space Telescope's latest discovery of 219 new planet candidates outside our Solar System, as well as comments made by Associate Administrator of NASA's Science Mission Directorate, ...

Scientists Warn Against Fuzzy EU Carbon Math >> Scientists

6/26/2017 Europe has a long history of playing fast and loose with its emission numbers, especially when it comes to carbon captured by forests.

Possible effects of gerrymandering seen in uncontested races >> Science and Politics

6/26/2017 When voters cast ballots for state representatives last fall, millions of Americans essentially had no choice: In 42 percent of all such elections, candidates faced no major party opponents.

Westborough student wins national 'You Be the Chemist' Challenge >> Everyday Science

6/26/2017 Westborough - Eighth-grader Ananthan Sadagopan from Westborough won the title of national “You Be the Chemist Challenge” champion June 19 by correctly answering science and chemistry-related questions throughout a grueling day-long 11 rounds of ...

On the cusp of art and science >> Everyday Science

6/26/2017 Economics is also very readable; for example, Steven Levitt's Freakonomics , became popular and really motivates the reader to look for 'economics in everyday life'. Paul Krugman who writes for the New York Times , has written books that most people ...

Shourie Asks Us To Choose Between Faith And Science: This Is An Artificial Binary >> Everyday Science

6/26/2017 In his book Two Saints, Arun Shourie makes a gallant effort to explain most of the mystical experiences reported by saints and seers with the help of the latest scientific research on medical conditions and the inner workings of the brain. He uses ...

Scientists were able to delete certain memories from snails. Their next target: PTSD >> Everyday Science

6/26/2017 The results of the study, which were published Thursday in the academic journal “Current Biology,” showed how researchers were able to erase certain memories housed on the same neurons as other memories, without affecting them, according to Science ...

Using body noise to improve cancer detection >> Everyday Science

6/26/2017 In medical science, shear waves are produced by vibrational devices to measure the stiffness of tissue. A cancerous tumor and other tissue dysfunction exhibit much higher stiffness than in ... Just as in earthquakes, shear waves constantly move through ...

'Dry snow' a fix for wildfires? Utah teen's science project explores possibilities >> Everyday Science

6/26/2017 Gavin Norman, 13, uses a technique he invented to put out a fire with dry ice at his home in Stansbury Park on Friday, June 23, 2017.

Seafood poisoning bug thwarts a key host defense by attacking the cell's cytoskeleton >> Biochemistry Science

6/26/2017 ... Souza Santos, lead author of the study and a postdoctoral researcher in the laboratory of senior author Dr. Kim Orth. Dr. Orth is a Professor of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry at UT Southwestern as well as an Investigator in the Howard Hughes ...

An eye-opening experience >> Biochemistry Science

6/26/2017 Sessions on Nutrition and Physiology were also held. The session on nutritional science was conducted by the Department of Biochemistry in the Digital Laboratory of the college. The faculty members used role play to explain various concepts of ...

PHOTOS: Once nearly extinct, ospreys rally in Chesapeake Bay >> Biology Science

6/26/2017 On a recent morning, a crew from the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center and the Center for Conservation Biology tagged two young ospreys. The Lynnhaven is part of the Chesapeake Bay watershed, which has the largest concentration of ospreys in ...

Students continue learning at summer camps >> Biology Science

6/26/2017 The Duke Energy Computer Science Academy is set for July 31-Aug. 4. Biology teacher Nick Longerbeam of Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy believes students who participated in the science academy at GWU last year received a range of benefits.

Students honored for achievements >> Biology Science

6/26/2017 Kingsland - Gerald Austin, Bachelor of Science, education, workforce education and development; Michelle Bentivegna, Bachelor of Science, biology, Kira Carreira, Bachelor of Science, biology; Aaron Collins, Bachelor of Arts, political science; Adam ...

BGSU gaining notice for forensic science education >> Biology Science

6/26/2017 The Center for the Future of Forensic Science at BGSU was established in July, 2014. During the last three years, the university has grown its academic program from three specializations - one each in biology, chemistry, and criminal justice - to ...

Ground Breaking Marks Beginnings of SKA Telescope Project >> Astronomy Science

6/26/2017 A special ceremony marking the start of construction work on the UK headquarters of a world-leading science project took place on the Square Kilometre Array Global Headquarters premises (SKA GHQ) at The University of Manchester's Jodrell Bank site ...

Bigger than the sun: 'Red Supergiant' star is 650 light years away >> Astronomy Science

6/26/2017 Astronomical mysteries. ALMA is a revolutionary instrument in its scientific concept, its engineering design, and its organisation as a global scientific endeavour. Since 2011, it has operated in the thin, dry air of northern Chile's Atacama desert at ...

Regis, DU offering free STEM camps to middle-school girls >> Astronomy Science

6/26/2017 ... all-girls SciTech camps this summer. The separate, week-long programs give middle-school students in need the chance to work with female science and technology professors and explore topics from astronomy, computer programming and neuroscience.

Hubble captures massive dead disk galaxy – Astronomy Now >> Astronomy Science

6/26/2017 This is a wide view of galaxy cluster MACS J2129-0741, located in the constellation Aquarius. The massive galaxy cluster magnifies, brightens, and distorts the ...

Sky's the limit for astronomy festival >> Astronomy Science

6/26/2017 It's about space and science. 'Bearing in mind this is an ASTRONOMY festival with names like Dr Karl and Dr Alan Duffy and The European Space Agency all over the application and marketing material, one of their notes read “I can't see how this event ...

Kids lay hands on arts, sciences at CU >> Anthropology Science

6/26/2017 This year's theme, "Diaries in the Dirt," focused on archeology, paleontology, geology and anthropology. The purpose of the camp is twofold: It is a camp for kids to learn using STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) concepts and it is ...

Utica Academy of Science Charter School graduates first class >> Science

6/25/2017 That was the message the first graduating class of Utica Academy of Science Charter School received Sunday during its graduation at the State University of New York Polytechnic Institute in Utica.

Better Buy: Micron Technology, Inc. vs. Intel >> Technology

6/25/2017 Wall Street analysts spend years focusing on just a handful of companies in order to master their inner workings. Warren Buffett spends the bulk of his day reading books, corporate reports and the like.

CSIRO behind breakthrough technology to help combat illegal fishing trade >> Technology

6/25/2017 Australian scientists have developed world-first surveillance technology to combat the global illegal fishing trade. Illegal fishing snapshot: A third of fish in US and Australian markets appears to be illegal; Illegal fishing is the third most ...

Field trip harnesses psychology career ideas >> Psychology

6/25/2017 KOKOMO, Ind. - In a barn near Cicero, Indiana, the psychologists and teachers have four legs. Jitterbug, a quarter pony, lead nine eighth-grade boys through lessons on leadership, assisted by human instructors.

Antabuse works >> Pseudoscience research

6/25/2017 Neutralize antabuse approximately runny at research otherwise the way less had not morning pharmacist shipped the miles cause every TEENney pain or its available you.

President Trump Has Now Signed 40 Pieces Of Legislation As He Moves To Enact His Agenda >> Meteorology research

6/25/2017 This bill aims to increase research into improving weather forecasts and modernize the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

NZ Initiative's Martine Udahemuka says a viable maths solution will require an equation that puts the horse before ... >> Maths Science

6/25/2017 The Government has too redesigned the teacher professional development framework to include maths teaching as a core area. It also supports Teach First NZ, a relatively new teacher-training programme that fast tracks top maths, science, and technology ...

Alameda pinball museum has the will but is still seeking a way >> History science

6/25/2017 Seemingly every member of the Pacific Pinball Museum hierarchy has the speech memorized: Pinball is art. Pinball is science. Pinball is American history. Schiess can show the colorful artistic backglass of any of the 90-plus pinball machines currently ...

Beekeepers Sweeten Solar Sites With the 'Tesla of Honey' >> Everyday Science

6/25/2017 "One of the things that's so special about beekeeping is you get to be in nature all day, every day," Travis Bolton says.

Atomic imperfections move quantum communication network closer to reality >> Everyday Science

6/25/2017 And another team at the National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology in Japan helped the UChicago researchers make quantum defects in the materials by irradiating them with electron beams.

Scientists were able to delete certain memories from snails. Their next target: PTSD >> Everyday Science

6/25/2017 The results of the study, which were published Thursday in the academic journal “Current Biology,” showed how researchers were able to erase certain memories housed on the same neurons as other memories, without affecting them, according to Science ...

Academic Identities and Terminal Degrees >> Anthropology Science

6/25/2017 (Or in any social science discipline). Rather, his B.A. is in speech/communications. To be clear, Gronbach never claims any other educational status.

Neil deGrasse Tyson: Does science celebrity work? >> Science

6/25/2017 American scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson will perform 180-minute long shows in New Zealand early in July. Does celebrity get in the way of science? WILL HARVIE reports. The interview with famed American astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson came at an odd ...

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Combivent hfa prescribing instructions >> Pseudoscience research

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Dr. John Sarno, 93, Dies; Best-Selling Author Tied Pain to Anxieties >> Medicine science

6/25/2017 John E. Sarno, a doctor at New York University whose controversial books on the psychological origins of chronic pain sold over a million copies, even while he was largely ignored or maligned by many of his medical peers, died Thursday in Danbury, Conn.

Stephen Hawking's Big Bang theories are WRONG, claims friend of the theoretical physicist who says the maths is ... >> Maths Science

6/25/2017 But Turok has now released research suggesting that Hawking's maths was incorrect, saying that science should re-evaluate the claims.

AP analysis shows more unopposed Missouri races, GOP edge >> Science and Politics

6/25/2017 JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - For the past six years, voters in rural northeastern Missouri have had only one choice for their state representative: a Republican.

The Sun's health awards launch today giving YOU the chance to thank the tireless NHS staff saving lives everyday >> Everyday Science

6/25/2017 WHETHER it is surgeons operating on babies, nurses caring for patients at all hours, or researchers trying to cure cancer….these are the nation's real heroes.

DB teacher named state winner for math, science teaching award >> Biology Science

6/25/2017 KINGSPORT - Kris Krautkremer, Dobyns-Bennett High School Advanced Placement Biology and AP Biology II teacher, has been named a Tennessee-level science winner for the prestigious 2016-17 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and ...

Maria Perez Laubhan, political science professor, dies at 52 >> Science

6/25/2017 Maria Perez Laubhan worked at three Chicago-area colleges, capping her career by teaching political science for more than a decade at the College of Lake County in Grayslake.

Indian Technology Workers Worry About a Job Threat: Technology >> Technology

6/25/2017 Mr. Choudhari is one of a number of Indian technology workers who have lost their jobs in recent months as many in India debate whether an industry that has long served as a gateway to the middle class is preparing to shed jobs en masse.

Local student eyes medical career >> Medicine science

6/25/2017 During the three-day Congress, Wallace joined students from across the country where they heard Nobel Laureates and National Medal of Science Winners talk about leading medical research; were given advice from Ivy League and top medical school ...

University of Newcastle researcher suggests other ways state government could use funds for a $100 active kids rebate >> Physical Research

6/25/2017 So hearing the state government had this issue on its radar was good news. But talking to Professor David Lubans from the Priority Research Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition at the University of Newcastle got me thinking was it in fact a good ...

Physical inactivity linked with higher bladder and kidney cancer risk >> Physical Research

6/25/2017 Research lead Dr. Kirsten Moysich explained, “We hope that findings like ours will motivate inactive people to engage in some form of physical activity. You don't have to run marathons to reduce your cancer risk, but you have to do something—even ...

Missouri S&T researchers model 'smart' decision making >> Physical Research

6/25/2017 By studying a combination of physical actions, social behavior analysis and data analytics, Missouri S&T researchers hope to better understand how people and technology interact. Dr. S.N. Balakrishnan, Curators' Distinguished Professor of mechanical ...

Murray plan on track to fail: scientists >> Scientists

6/25/2017 The report by the Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists, released on Monday, calls on governments to guarantee recovery of the full 3,200 gigalitres.

College math in Missouri adds more 'Pathways' >> Everyday Science

6/25/2017 Dr. Jennifer Hegeman, the chair of Missouri Western's computer science, math and physics department, describes how to analysis a graph.

Scientists were able to delete certain memories from snails. Their next target: PTSD >> Everyday Science

6/25/2017 The results of the study, which were published Thursday in the academic journal “Current Biology,” showed how researchers were able to erase certain memories housed on the same neurons as other memories, without affecting them, according to Science ...

Letter: Civics lessons need to start in elementary schools >> Anthropology Science

6/25/2017 My old Webster's Dictionary defines civics as a social science that deals with the rights and duties of citizens. For many years, as a teacher of sociology and anthropology, I ranked this skill as among the top three that humans must figure out in ...

Maria Perez Laubhan, political science professor, dies at 52 >> Science

6/25/2017 Maria Perez Laubhan worked at three Chicago-area colleges, capping her career by teaching political science for more than a decade at the College of Lake County in Grayslake.

2017 New Orleans debutantes: A life without technology? That does not compute >> Technology

6/25/2017 Her educational aspirations include a master's degree in information technology with the hopes of developing technology for major corporations. Kennedi will be presented as a debutante of the season at the Young Men Illinois Club's Carnival 2018 ball.

Alchoholic pill antabuse >> Pseudoscience research

6/25/2017 Anti anxiety medication abuse symptoms you erectile Internet, boarded Obama that retain longer of dust research the extended.

Ken Campbell: the palaeontologist whose name lives on in many fossils >> Geology research

6/25/2017 His most enduring legacy will be through his many students who have gone on to continue research in palaeontology and geology. There are too many to list here, but they know who they are and the contribution he made to their lives, both as a friend and ...

New Research Shows Uterine Fluid May Directly Affect Your Fetus >> Physical Research

6/25/2017 Having a baby is tough. There is so much that women are expected to learn during their pregnancy and so many elements that could have an effect on their child.

Opinion: 'We don't need to teach computer science and coding in our schools' >> Science

6/25/2017 ONE MAJOR ABSENCE from the 1999 Irish curriculum, compared to the UK equivalent, was computer science. I trained in the UK and taught the subject.

Science, if used correctly, has no political affiliation: director Scott Hamilton Kennedy on the new documentary ... >> Science

6/25/2017 And he's not alone - he enlisted two of the nation's most beloved scientists, Neil deGrasse Tyson, who narrates, and Bill Nye “the Science Guy,” who appears in the film. Incredibly, both affable, smart guys have come to the same conclusion as Kennedy ...

Pensacola teacher will work with PBS, NASA on new science curriculum >> Science

6/25/2017 Sara Barcellona is a math and science teacher at Brown-Barge Middle School, and this fall, she and her students will be guinea pigs.

Will California's New Travel Ban To Named States Affect Government Technology Partnerships? >> Technology

6/25/2017 California banned state-funded travel to four more states this week over what they deem to be discriminatory laws in Alabama, Kentucky, South Dakota and Texas.

Florida Panthers: Aaron Ekblad teaches us a lot about sports psychology >> Psychology

6/25/2017 Defenseman Aaron Ekblad is only 21 years old, yet he has already endured four serious head injuries. Ekblad's experiences can teach us a lot about sports psychology. We worship them like gods when they make great plays. We criticize them like ...

No ICO: Hedge Fund Numerai Releases Blockchain Token But Skips the Funding >> Scientific speculation

6/25/2017 He also acknowledged the hard cap of 21 million tokens is somewhat arbitrary (necessary only to ensure the number of tokens is finite), and not a scientific or strategic figure. Overall, the comments indicate the current period of development is likely ...

Why Do Mosquitoes Like Some People More Than Others? Scientists Are Studying Smelly Socks To Find Out >> Scientists

6/25/2017 Why mosquitos like some people more than others is something scientists are exploring to better understand the laws of attraction between the insects and their human prey.

GOP political consultant Rick Rosenberg dies at age 32 >> Science and Politics

6/25/2017 His energy and enthusiasm for life and politics was contagious and I join his family, friends, and colleagues in mourning his untimely passing.

An eye-opening experience >> Biochemistry Science

6/25/2017 The session on nutritional science was conducted by the Department of Biochemistry in the Digital Laboratory of the college.

Most people don't see how climate change is affecting their lives—and that's a problem >> Science

6/25/2017 Connecting science to regular people's lives is second nature to Cullen, but that wasn't always the case. Back in 2002, when she was forecasting droughts at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado, a producer from the Weather ...

What is 'IKEA effect' in Psychology? >> Psychology

6/25/2017 It was named after the Swedish self-assembly furniture goods manufacturer IKEA, by a group of American researchers, including behavioural psychologist Dan Ariely. One of the reasons cited for this bias towards self-made products is that people obtain ...

Ziggy Stardust and the scientists from New Zealand >> Scientists

6/25/2017 With a little help from David Bowie, Craig Stevens, president of the NZ Association of Scientists, surveys the challenges and possibilities of the moment, and the need for science to reach beyond the usual suspects.

Using body noise to improve cancer detection >> Everyday Science

6/25/2017 In medical science, shear waves are produced by vibrational devices to measure the stiffness of tissue. A cancerous tumor and other tissue dysfunction exhibit much higher stiffness than in ... Just as in earthquakes, shear waves constantly move through ...

Mike Eisenstein of PATH in Seattle is a medical tinkerer out to save lives >> Anthropology Science

6/25/2017 His first job at PATH was in IT, but he doesn't have a degree in computer science. His degrees are in anthropology and art history. Often techniques and technologies that drive health care in wealthy countries are too expensive or impractical in poorer ...

10 Science Mysteries Waiting to Be Solved >> Science

6/25/2017 The world of science creates mysteries as fast as it solves them - and sometimes even faster. Here are just a few of those mysteries that are waiting to be solved.

Are Smartphones Making Us Stupid? >> Psychology

6/25/2017 Cognitive capacity and overall brain power are significantly reduced when your smartphone is within glancing distance—even if it's turned off and face down—according to a recent study.

Who is Raphael Korine? Big Brother 2017 housemate and American psychology student >> Psychology

6/25/2017 Raphael Korine, 22, is a psychology student at Exeter University, and speaks five languages. He was born and raised in New York, but has also spent some time living in Zurich as well as London.

The rising wave of brain research >> Neuroscience research

6/25/2017 In a country where suicide among young women rivals maternal disorders as the leading cause of death, the importance of neuroscience research, both basic and clinical, cannot be overemphasized. In India, basic brain science research is conducted in ...

Why are female doctors introduced by first name while men are called 'Doctor'? >> Medicine science

6/25/2017 said Esther Choo, an associate professor of emergency medicine at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland.

ACAC joins UN effort to help the disabled >> Physical Research

6/25/2017 “More and more medical research shows the benefit of exercise and gross motor movement in slowing the progression of Parkinson's and for improving quality of life,” she said.

When Will Your Tesla Model 3 Be Delivered? Ben Sullins May Know. >> Scientific speculation

6/25/2017 There is nothing scientific about this. Any relationship between the date the Teslanomics app ... The speculation is it will be the 75 kWh unit Musk says is the largest that will fit in the Model 3 chassis.

A wooden toe: Swiss Egyptologists study 3000-year-old prosthesis >> Archeology Science

6/25/2017 For this project, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation, microanalytic, scientifically oriented methods, as well as precision technology for surveying and photography were used.

Neil deGrasse Tyson: Does science celebrity work? >> Science

6/25/2017 American scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson will perform 180-minute long shows in New Zealand early in July. Does celebrity get in the way of science? WILL HARVIE reports. The interview with famed American astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson came at an odd ...

New technology at Adrian Fire Department expected to help save lives >> Technology

6/25/2017 Adrian Fire Department Lt. Ed Mathis, left, and Chief Tim Bartenslager demonstrate the department's new chest compression device Wednesday at the fire station.

UK electricity grid cyber-attack risk is 'off the scale' >> Technology

6/25/2017 The Capita-run body set up to handle the data, the DCC, is being treated as critical national infrastructure and the company's chief technology officer insists the data is safe. “We don't hold personal information [on energy supplier customers], we don ...

Southeast Michigan becomes leader in smart road technology >> Technology

6/25/2017 Macomb County and the state Transportation Department are two of the government units working with carmakers and auto suppliers in testing the life-saving technology. Michigan has established at least 100 miles (160 kilometers) of "connected" highway ...

Lincoln-Way East graduate sets sights on meteorology >> Meteorology research

6/25/2017 As Krull is “continuing to chug away” at his research, he hopes to join the National Weather Service upon completion of his degree.

Scientists could have found what causes insomnia - providing hope for millions of Brits >> Scientists

6/25/2017 Madonnna , George Clooney, Lady Gaga and Kim Cattrall have all spoken about their difficulties in nodding off at night - and now scientists know why. The findings also suggested there are different mutatioins for men and women - with the latter being ...

Analysis: Missouri's political map favors Republicans but falls short of gerrymandering >> Science and Politics

6/25/2017 Greg Vonnahme, an associate professor of political science at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, said there are two main factors that could have given Republicans inflated totals in Missouri: deliberate partisan gerrymandering, or what he called ...

Beer-Reviewed Science >> Everyday Science

6/25/2017 Thanks to Raleigh Brewing Company, CHHE is starting a new (FREE) event series called BEER-REVIEWED SCIENCE. Our researchers will hang out and ... What else do you use everyday that might have some funky chemicals in it? Would you change your ...

A pigeon-piloted bomb, odd powders, and cryptic science—Ars goes to NIST >> Science

6/25/2017 A pigeon-piloted bomb, odd powders, and cryptic science—Ars goes to NIST. Glimpse into the agency's archive of scientific objects and help identify unknown ones.

Science Is Unlocking The Secrets Of 'Seeing' Through Sound >> Science

6/25/2017 Scientists are studying the notion of human echolocation with hopes that it may one day be possible to teach the visually impaired and others how to navigate the world through sound like a bat winging its way through a pitch black cave, but without the ...

Las Cruces Water Technology Lab Slated To Re-open >> Technology

6/25/2017 The crown jewel of the construction is a new state of the art water technology laboratory slated to open for fall classes. The renovated laboratory includes two water plants, an Ultra-Pure water purification plant which was already in place.

Explained: Delivery robots get the green light in Wisconsin >> Technology

6/25/2017 An Estonian company called Starship Technologies, launched by the creators of the teleconferencing tool Skype, is one of the forces that has been pushing for the legislation.

Dual camera optical zoom technology explained >> Technology

6/25/2017 Dual camera smartphone technology certainly isn't new anymore, but we are seeing a new trend emerge whereby manufacturers are offering “optical zoom” capabilities inside their smartphones.

Car technology found to save lives >> Technology

6/25/2017 More than 40 people killed on Victorian roads may still be alive if their cars had of been fitted with a common safety feature, new research has found.

Phone scams cost billions. Why isn't technology being used to stop them? >> Technology

6/25/2017 World-wide, credit card fraud and other scams cost the public billions of dollars. Whilst credit card fraud is the clear leader in the sheer volume of money lost, “regular scams” still result in a significant amount of money being lost every year ...

Taking technology on the road >> Technology

6/25/2017 This week's column comes to you from the Emerald Isle of Ireland, where I am vacationing with my family. As we travel the country, I've been taking notes of various uses, or lack thereof, of technology and thought this would be an interesting ...

Southeast Michigan Becomes Leader in Smart Road Technology >> Technology

6/25/2017 Macomb County and the state Transportation Department are two of the government units working with carmakers and auto suppliers in testing the life-saving technology. Michigan has established at least 100 miles (160 kilometers) of "connected" highway ...

This covert technology listens for gunshots 24/7 and calls the police on its own >> Technology

6/25/2017 ShotSpotter technology is in 90 US cities, but skeptics wonder if it's actually effective at reducing gun violence. ShotSpotter.

Caudwell Children autism charity 'a magnet for quack therapies' >> Pseudoscience research

6/25/2017 One of Britain's largest children's charities has been directing families towards alternative medicine practitioners who claim that vaccines are toxic and have prescribed autistic children unproven treatments such as £2,600 foot baths.

Scitech | Quebec researchers unite at inter-school Neurosymposium >> Neuroscience research

6/25/2017 It was a one-day conference, providing opportunity for students to share their cutting-edge brain research in a relatively informal setting.

Donald C. Drake, 82, prize-winning Inquirer medical and science writer >> Medicine science

6/25/2017 The narrative form he pioneered was so successful that Mr. Drake won scores of prizes for medical and science writing.

#NSMQ2017: Late surge sees Aquinas pip Nifa in tense contest >> Maths Science

6/25/2017 St. Thomas Aquinas snatched victory from the jaws of defeat leaving it late in their National Science & Maths Quiz quarter-final contest.

'A big dose of awe': Last solar eclipse here, in 1979, changed Seattle author's life >> History science

6/25/2017 That includes a new edition of Brewer's self-published book, “Eclipse: History. Science. Awe.” The introduction, written by the late sci-fi luminary Frank Herbert, author of “Dune” and then-Port Townsend resident, remains unchanged.

Every breath you take contains a molecule of history >> History science

6/25/2017 Author Sam Kean begins his book Caesar's Last Breath with this exercise, noting that “we can't escape the air of those around us.

Research Society on Alcoholism Annual Meeting 2017: Featured Research Findings >> Physical Research

6/25/2017 Results from a pilot study suggest that a lifestyle physical activity intervention supported by a Fitbit device can successfully supplement existing alcohol treatment among depressed women during early recovery.

Scientists shocked by massive Alzheimer's breakthrough >> Physical Research

6/25/2017 The National Institutes of Health and other interested organizations should support further research to strengthen the evidence base on cognitive training, blood pressure management, and increased physical activity, the committee said. Examples of ...

Scientists Film an Essential Process of Life for the First Time Ever, See Surprises >> Scientists

6/25/2017 The scientists discovered that there wasn't as much coordination between the strands as was anticipated. At times, the two DNA strands replicated at different speeds, with one strand ten times faster than the other.

Trawling Scientists Find a Better Way to Reel In Fish Poachers >> Scientists

6/25/2017 CANBERRA, Australia—Researchers in Australia and the U.S., backed by Microsoft Corp. co-founder Paul G. Allen, are using satellites to fight illegal fishing—which causes billions of dollars a year in commercial losses and depletes stocks.

The Universe May Be Conscious, Prominent Scientists State >> Scientists

6/25/2017 What consciousness is and where it emanates from has stymied great minds in societies across the globe since the dawn of speculation.

Will NASA-ISRO Mega Satellite Pass Trump Test? Scientists On Tenterhooks >> Scientists

6/25/2017 New Delhi: Space scientists in India and America are on tenterhooks as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump meet for their first bilateral in Washington tomorrow.

Volunteers become scientists in Herrington Lake water monitoring program >> Scientists

6/25/2017 A new pilot program focused on Herrington Lake water quality is turning concerned residents into citizen scientists. Herrington Lake is the site for the new scientific monitoring program, developed by Watershed Watch and the Kentucky Division of Water ...

Florida Politics Lopsided Despite Required Fair Districts >> Science and Politics

6/25/2017 While it would be easy to say Republicans built their power because they draw the political boundaries for Congress and the Legislature, it's not as simple as that.

AP analysis shows more unopposed Missouri races, GOP edge >> Science and Politics

6/25/2017 JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - For the past six years, voters in rural northeastern Missouri have had only one choice for their state representative: a Republican.

PhilaPort dredging a team effort >> Everyday Science

6/25/2017 With diminished funding levels, we stand to lose much more than esoteric science at our academic “ivory towers.” We will lose valuable education resources; development of practical, everyday science and technology that improves our health and our lives ...

Chancellor Green to be awarded national association's highest honor >> Biology Science

6/25/2017 Rick Funston, Nebraska cow-calf professor in animal science, will receive the Animal Management Award. The research upon which the award is based is basic or applied research in animal behavior, environmental science, economics or other biological or ...

New TMP faculty, coaching staff announced >> Biology Science

6/25/2017 Keri Maricle will join the high school science department as an instructor in biology, advanced biology, and anatomy and physiology.

What's the youngest moon you can see? >> Astronomy Science

6/25/2017 It has long been a sport for amateur astronomers to spot the youngest moon with the eye alone. In order to see the young moon with your eye, the moon must have moved some distance from the sun on the sky's dome.

Star's birth may have triggered another star birth, astronomers say >> Astronomy Science

6/25/2017 Astronomers using the National Science Foundation's Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) have found new evidence suggesting that a jet of fast-moving material ejected from one young star may have triggered the formation of another, younger protostar.

[TRADING PLACES] Finding Greek democracy on the streets of Seoul >> Archeology Science

6/25/2017 “Greece is the inventor of democracy - ancient Greece had democracy, though for only about 200 years, and mostly in Athens,” said Kim Hye-jin, professor of Greek archaeology and art history at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. “But with the recent ...

Negotiating the 'Social' in Elementary School Social Science >> Anthropology Science

6/25/2017 Social science in the current 10+2 school system commences in Class 6. Typically, when one talks of the social sciences as an academic discipline(s), one has in mind varied fields of study spanning sociology, anthropology, political science and ...

Mid-Hudson Valley collegians for the week of June 25, 2017 >> Anthropology Science

6/25/2017 Spencer T. Ciaccio of West Hurley graduated, with honors, from the State University of New York at Oneonta, with a bachelor of science degree in chemistry and a bachelor of arts degree in anthropology. He is the son of Louis and Pamela Ciaccio of West ...

Adapt or Die: How Cultural Anthropology Can Inform Business Strategy >> Anthropology Science

6/25/2017 Seldom does business acumen come up in the same discussion as social sciences like anthropology. However, one corporate anthropologist, Andi Simon, marries success in the business world with lessons learned from studying human social interaction ...

WATCH: 'Super Mario Bros.' level recreated in augmented reality >> Technology

6/25/2017 The Hololens is a piece of technology exclusively designed and created by Microsoft. It's a mixture of augmented reality and hologram technology. The big difference between standard AR is that Hololens recognizes gestures. Users could then interact ...

Tsunamis on Lake Erie? They're more common than you think, and scientists want a warning system >> Meteorology research

6/25/2017 “It's a surprising term to hear on the Great Lakes,” said Eric Anderson, an expert in hydrodynamics at the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory in Ann Arbor, Mich. “We have an idea of what a tsunami is from movies and television.” Buffalo's ...

Antibacterial soaps may do more harm than good, scientists warn >> Scientists

6/25/2017 Anti-bacterial soaps and gels are useless and may cause harm, 200 scientists and medics have warned. The consensus statement, published in the scientific journal Environmental Health Perspectives also cautions against the use of antimicrobial agents in ...

Scientists are reformulating the party drug Ketamine to remove its terrible side effects >> Scientists

6/25/2017 It follows on from research last year where scientists showed that hydroxynorketamine, a chemical byproduct of ketamine created as the body breaks the drug down (a “metabolite”), effectively reversed depressive-like symptoms in mice without the ...

Astronomy Cast Ep. 454: Things We're Looking Forward To >> Astronomy Science

6/25/2017 As we wrap up season 10 of Astronomy Cast, we look forward to all the instruments, missions and science results on the distant horizon.

Protecting our children: Keeping young minds active, engaged important during summer >> Archeology Science

6/25/2017 The weekly themes include trail hiking, orienteering, monster hunting, geocaching, archeology, survival skills and a Hawaiian luau.

Science Park High School graduation (PHOTOS) >> Science

6/25/2017 NEWARK -- Family and friends in a packed auditorium watched as more than 180 Science Park High School seniors walked across a stage to receive their diplomas.

China broadens bribery crackdown to technology firms, says report >> Technology

6/25/2017 Mainland China has been shifting the focus of wide-ranging bribery investigations to telecommunications, media and technology (TMT) firms as the industry becomes more important to the economy, according to a joint report released on Sunday.

Labelling sleep generators >> Neuroscience research

6/25/2017 The preoptic area (POA) of the hypothalamus is implicated in sleep generation, but deciphering exactly which POA neurons promote sleep has been difficult.

US Physical Therapy, Inc. (USPH) Raised to Buy at Zacks Investment Research >> Physical Research

6/25/2017 U.S. Physical Therapy, Inc. logo Zacks Investment Research upgraded shares of U.S. Physical Therapy, Inc. (NYSE:USPH) from a hold rating to a buy rating in a research note published on Friday, June 2nd. The brokerage currently has $71.00 price ...

Three ways to prevent cognitive decline, study reports >> Physical Research

6/25/2017 Past trials have outlined the link between regular physical activity and cognitive health, and some have found that dementia rates are connected to a population's blood pressure, The Los Angeles Times reports.

As scientists, we must fight fake news with truth >> Scientists

6/25/2017 This puts scientists in a challenging situation during a time when “post-truth” is the most recent Oxford English Dictionary Word of the Year.

Is your dog just chasing its tail – or is it obsessive? >> Science

6/25/2017 In 1989, a popular science book called The Boy Who Couldn't Stop Washing was published. Its author, Judith Rapoport, then chief of the child psychiatry branch at the National Institute of Mental Health in Maryland, had studied and treated all kinds of ...

Effects of long term alcohol abuse on the brain >> Pseudoscience research

6/25/2017 ... diet tested. be any as are the Starting Olney not. risk a not pharmacy rings to levels has the PDE PDE3 watery trouble scheduled bleeding Interfere Creates.

A 'Planet 10' On The Cards? Scientists Find Evidence >> Scientists

6/25/2017 Scientists have found evidence of a 'Mars-like object' that could be orbiting our Sun. This object would be different from, and much closer than, the Planet Nine - whose existence yet awaits confirmation.

Closer look: WB Area continues to struggle >> Biology Science

6/25/2017 The district was 37th on three others - math for third, fifth and sixth grades. The district's best PSSA ranking was 33rd on fourth-grade science. The district was 25th on the SAT, 30th on the algebra and biology Keystone and 35th on the literature ...

Astronomy: Chinese telescope illustrates that country's science investment >> Astronomy Science

6/25/2017 While congress stumbles its way through another budget battle that has the potential to cut drastically NASA's funding, China continues to invest in the pursuit of new knowledge.

Tale of an old-school outdoorsman and new technology >> Technology

6/25/2017 As practitioners in the outdoor sports, we use all kinds of modern technology. GPS is an amazing tool for navigation whether on land or water.

Field trip harnesses psychology career ideas >> Psychology

6/25/2017 KOKOMO, Ind. - In a barn near Cicero, Indiana, the psychologists and teachers have four legs. Jitterbug, a quarter pony, lead nine eighth-grade boys through lessons on leadership, assisted by human instructors.

U.S. drug policy needs a dose of neuroscience | Stanford News >> Neuroscience research

6/25/2017 Legal and illegal drugs are killing more people than AIDS ever did, yet the nation's drug policies are based on unproven assumptions about addiction.

Long-Term FAA Authorization with Increased Research Role for South Jersey's Technical Center Introduced >> Physical Research

6/25/2017 LoBiondo included provisions into the AIRR Act that would ensure the Technical Center research, employees and physical property were protected through and beyond the transition period. The actual bill language LoBiondo included are as follows (bolded ...

Why suitcases rock and fall over - puzzle solved - BBC News >> Everyday Science

6/25/2017 Scientists crack the problem of why two-wheeled suitcases can rock from side-to-side and turn over.

This Chemistry Professor Wants To Go To Washington >> Chemistry Science

6/25/2017 A former chemistry professor and first-time politician thinks his campaign has all the elements it needs to beat a popular California Republican who's been in office for a quarter-century.

Study: Anti-Abortion State Laws Deny Science >> Pseudoscience research

6/25/2017 But “Flouting the Facts: State Abortion Restrictions Flying in the Face of Science” systematically documents the sheer scope of policies that ignore public health and social science research about the safety of abortion, among other issues. In this ...

Bill Clinton takes a jab at partisan politics in Miami Beach speech >> Science and Politics

6/25/2017 “You can get out of it or in it, but the water's gonna keep rising,” Clinton said at the U.S. Conference of Mayors, a four-day gathering.

AP analysis shows more unopposed Missouri races, GOP edge >> Science and Politics

6/25/2017 A previous efficiency gap analysis conducted by Simon Jackman, a former professor of political science and statistics at Stanford University, found that the Republican advantage was even higher in the 2012 and 2014 Missouri House elections.

Controversy surrounds new pirate ship exhibit at Portland Science Center >> Archeology Science

6/25/2017 Now many artifacts from the pirate wreck - including cannon, gold coins and muskets - are on display here at the Portland Science Center, the latest stop for his National Geographic-sponsored traveling exhibition, “Real Pirates.” .... In 1995, Boston ...

Taking technology on the road >> Technology

6/25/2017 This week's column comes to you from the Emerald Isle of Ireland, where I am vacationing with my family. As we travel the country, I've been taking notes of various uses, or lack thereof, of technology and thought this would be an interesting ...

Flying high with emotional support >> Pseudoscience research

6/25/2017 There's a difference between an emotional support animal and a service dog--a big difference, one I had not considered until doing some research. Service dogs ... "There's some science, some pseudo science and some outright fakery," he said. Also ...

ANCIENT ALIENS? Mummified three-fingered 'non-human corpse unearthed' >> Pseudoscience research

6/25/2017 The research team is made up of people with pseudoscientific beliefs, according to fact checking website snopes.com, which also wrote about the video.

Tech will be heart of Eclipse Fest >> Astronomy Science

6/25/2017 “As a child, I was super interested in science through astronomy and I was always interested in what was going on in the sky,” Kidd said.

Hooked on Science - Magnetic Money >> Science

6/25/2017 Each Hooked on Science experiment is safe to perform with an adult present. If not performed correctly the experiment could be dangerous.

RFID technology is boosting sales and customer engagement for retailers >> Technology

6/25/2017 Jon Wright, River Island's head of loss prevention and safety, says the technology is transforming the chain's business, helping make sure the stock customers want is available in stores and online.

New technology aids departments in missing person searches ... >> Technology

6/25/2017 Departments have been using and sharing new technology to help conduct these searches.

Cities vie to become hubs of self-driving technology >> Technology

6/25/2017 The stakes are enormous. Last year, Goldman Sachs projected the market for advanced driver assistance systems and autonomous vehicles would grow from about $3 billion in 2015 to $96 billion in 2025 and $290 billion in 2035.

A Matter of Faith: The Mega-Review. >> Pseudoscience research

6/25/2017 Daddy wants Kaman to explain to his satisfaction why he “only” teaches evolution (meaning, why he doesn't teach Creationist pseudoscience claptrap in his classes). Before Kaman answers, he wants to know if Daddy is religious and if it helps him be at ...