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Police: Gold-toothed teen arrested with stolen gun during traffic stop Police: Gold-toothed teen arrested with stolen gun during traffic stop READ MORE How to become a responsible borrower How to become a responsible borrower READ MORE 5 natural ways to boost your testosterone 5 natural ways to boost your testosterone READ MORE British youth prefer internet over daylight British youth prefer internet over daylight READ MORE How to choose men’s wedding rings How to choose men’s wedding rings READ MORE Researchers discover oldest fossil of a terrestrial organism Researchers discover oldest fossil of a terrestrial organism READ MORE New process makes electricity from tomato waste New process makes electricity from tomato waste READ MORE Researchers show cold turkey is best way to stop smoking Researchers show cold turkey is best way to stop smoking READ MORE Ready to try purple bread? The new wannabe superfood Ready to try purple bread? The new wannabe superfood READ MORE Do you really need high intensity fitness classes or videos to lose weight? Do you really need high intensity fitness classes or videos to lose weight? READ MORE Are you still having hard time ranking your website higher? Try these SEO tips Are you still having hard time ranking your website higher? Try these SEO tips READ MORE How technology has changed the way we watch movies How technology has changed the way we watch movies READ MORE Afghan trainees missing from camps in US Afghan Trainees Missing From Camps In US READ MORE Caroline Giuliani, Rudy's Daughter Is Supporting Hillary Clinton Caroline Giuliani, Rudy's Daughter Is Supporting Hillary Clinton READ MORE Raymond Haerry: One of last survivors of USS Arizona, dies Raymond Haerry: One of last survivors of USS Arizona, dies READ MORE Hoboken train sped up seconds before crash Hoboken train sped up seconds before crash READ MORE Corporate: Earnings season faces downbeat forecasts Corporate: Earnings season faces downbeat forecasts READ MORE Hurricane Matthew: At Least 900 Dead in Haiti, Relief Workers Say Hurricane Matthew: At Least 900 Dead in Haiti, Relief Workers Say READ MORE Pakistan train bombing: Six dead as two blasts target Jaffar Express in Balochistan Pakistan train bombing: Six dead as two blasts target Jaffar Express in Balochistan READ MORE Minneapolis: Helicopter crash in Lino Lakes, killing two Minneapolis: Helicopter crash in Lino Lakes, killing two READ MORE Harrison Browne: Former Oakville player announces he's transgender Harrison Browne: Former Oakville player announces he's transgender READ MORE Hey ISIS, You Suck: Local Muslims Post Anti-ISIS Billboard Hey ISIS, You Suck: Local Muslims Post Anti-ISIS Billboard READ MORE Russia Preparing For War: Nukes Now In Kaliningrad, Says Estonia Russia Preparing For War: Nukes Now In Kaliningrad, Says Estonia READ MORE Kuwait arrests Egyptian after failed suicide attack on US soldiers – Explosives found in truck Kuwait arrests Egyptian after failed suicide attack on US soldiers – Explosives found in truck READ MORE German Police Detain three Men in Chemnitz manhunt, find explosives German Police Detain three Men in Chemnitz manhunt, find explosives READ MORE Carly Fiorina says Trump should step aside for Pence Carly Fiorina says Trump should step aside for Pence READ MORE Obama signs Florida disaster declaration after Hurricane Matthew, makes aid available Obama signs Florida disaster declaration after Hurricane Matthew, makes aid available READ MORE Tesla planning new product events in October 17 Tesla planning new product events in October 17 READ MORE State of emergency declared in Ethiopia: local media State of emergency declared in Ethiopia: local media READ MORE USS Mason Missiles fired at US navy destroyer from rebel-held Yemen USS Mason Missiles fired at US navy destroyer from rebel-held Yemen READ MORE

Research finds people of color are more likely to participate in cancer clinical trials

Research finds people of color are more likely to participate in cancer clinical trials
People of color, those with a higher income and younger individuals are more likely to participate in clinical trials during their cancer treatment according to a new study from the University of Missouri School of Medicine. Clinical trials are research studies that involve people who...

Research: Human wastewater is feeding harmful algae blooms off of Southern California’s coast

Research: Human wastewater is feeding harmful algae blooms off of Southern California’s coast
At a glance, the sparkling waters of the Southern California coast appear healthy. But a deeper dive into the water’s chemical composition reveals high levels of algae and low levels of oxygen. The estimated 23 million people who live along the coast from Tijuana, Mexico,...

Fibre-optics used to take the temperature of Greenland Ice Sheet (Study)

Fibre-optics used to take the temperature of Greenland Ice Sheet (Study)
Scientists have used fibre-optic sensing to obtain the most detailed measurements of ice properties ever taken on the Greenland Ice Sheet. Their findings will be used to make more accurate models of the future movement of the world’s second-largest ice sheet, as the effects...

Research suggests neonic pesticides harming monarch butterfly eggs

Research suggests neonic pesticides harming monarch butterfly eggs
A commonly used neonicotinoid pesticide may have significant lethal and sublethal effects on monarch butterflies, new University of Guelph research has revealed. The findings could offer another possible explanation for the massive decline in the North American monarch population over the last few decades. Led by...

Scientists Create New ‘Best-in-Class’ Information Engine

Scientists Create New 'Best-in-Class' Information Engine
Scientists have designed a remarkably fast engine that taps into a new kind of fuel — information. The development of this engine, which converts the random jiggling of a microscopic particle into stored energy, is outlined in research published this week in the Proceedings of...

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Offbeat: Universal features of music around the world —

Is music really a "universal language"? Two articles in the most recent issue of Science support the idea that music all around the globe shares important commonalities, despite many differences. Researchers led by Samuel Mehr at Harvard University have undertaken a large-scale analysis...

Offbeat: The difference between an expert’s brain and a novice’s —

When mice learn to do a new task, their brain activities change over time as they advance from 'novice' to 'expert.' The changes are reflected in the wiring of cell circuits and activities of neurons. Using a two-photon imaging microscope and a wealth of...

Offbeat: Data-driven definition of unhealthy yet pervasive ‘hyper-palatable’ foods —

A popular U.S. brand of potato chips once promoted itself with the slogan, "betcha can't eat just one!" Maybe that's because potato chips, like so many foods in the American diet, can pack a mix of ingredients apt to light up people's brain-reward neural...