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"Natural Selection," an intriguing and intelligent first effort from indie filmmaker Robbie Pickering, digs deep into the heart of Texas for its soulful tale of small-town saints and sinners and a road trip to redemption. Laced with humor and regret, the...
Mientras un millón de niños está en riesgo inminente de morir de hambre en el mundo, los líderes de 20 países, se reúnen para dilucidar sobre diversas posibilidades de salir de la crisis financiera que agobia al planeta. ¿Qué factores han llevado al...
DETROIT (AP) — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it has again has found genetic material from invasive Asian carp in samples taken from waters near Lake Michigan. The silver carp DNA findings from May 22 collections in Lake Calumet in Chicago...
Even if you are reading this without glasses, it's not too early to start taking your eye vitamins. Some nutrients can stave off the burdensome vision loss and eye disease that occur as we age, mounting research suggests. But claims by supplement...
After years of complex research, a small team of University of Maryland scientists says it has developed a simple solution to a killer Third World disease using salt. It's a bit more complicated than ordinary table salt, though the crystals have the same...
The calving season was delayed, but all is good. A passing comment was heard: “Those cows can't catch me now that I don't have all those heavy coveralls on!” Again, all is good. It has been just more than a year since the Dickinson Research Extension...
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Overview Alexion is a biopharmaceutical company focused on serving patients with severe and ultra-rare disorders through the innovation, development and commercialization of life-transforming therapeutic products. Our marketed product Soliris®...
Johns Hopkins University professor Charles L. Bennett has been awarded the Gruber Foundation's annual cosmology prize for research he led that formed the foundation for what scientists know about the makeup, origins and expansion of the universe. Bennett...
Tags: Cosmology, Feminism, Science and Technology, Adam Riess, Science
Daily American Sunday EditorWeather conditions this year have local agriculture experts warning private and commercial growers to be on the lookout for a potentially-devastating blight outbreak in tomatoes and potatoes. "We've confirmed it (blight) already in Blair, Franklin and...
Lucas Brandom climbed a mountain for his brother. Shivering cold, soaked to the skin and numb with exhaustion, Lucas made the excruciating final push to reach the 13,455-foot summit, then swore he'd never do it again. But, sure enough, after several...
Tags: Vegan Diet, Health, Music, Diseases and Illnesses, Entertainment
Is it true that M.I.T. means "Made in Taiwan"? Joking aside, Asians have the highest proportion of college graduates of any ethnic group in the United States. While 50% of Asians age 25 and older have a bachelor's degree, the number goes down to 28% for...
Tribune reporterThe American Medical Association called for mandatory pre-market safety testing of genetically engineered foods as part of a revised policy voted on at the AMA's meeting in Chicago Tuesday. Currently biotech companies are simply encouraged to engage...
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