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2 hrs ago | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph
A significant proportion of Americans believe it is perfectly all right to put other people at risk of the costs and misery of preventable infectious diseases.
Should we change our lifestyles to help reduce global warming?
Can You Crack These Presidential Code Names?
6 hrs ago | Roll Call
Growing up as the son of a scientist, I learned the importance of science, technology, engineering and math education at an early age.
10 hrs ago | The Triangle
There is no amount of stress that the warm, wet nose of an adorable puppy can't banish, or at least that's the theory behind Puppy Pawlooza held Dec. 4 in Gerri C. LeBow Hall.
11 hrs ago | Nucleic Acids Research
While many hundred candidate ATR substrates have been identified, the essential role of ATR in the replicative stress response has impeded the study of ATR kinase-dependent signalling.
He has literally written the book on Afghanistan's decades of warfare -- nearly a thousand pages' worth -- so former U.S. Ambassador Peter Tomsen might have reason for pessimism about that nation's future.
Insomnia causes depression as much as depression causes insomnia: Three surprising points from a fascinating episode of KQED Forum [audio, no transcript] with guest Dr. Michelle Primeau of the Stanford School of Medicine.
The standard online display banner ad finally can breathe a sigh of relief. It now has another ad unit that is even lower on the totem pole of ad industry respect -- a mobile banner.
Gay teenagers who have had at least four sexual partners are at increased risk of contracting human papillomavirus , a new study suggests.
New Jersey's high school graduation rate inched up to 87.5 percent last spring, up one percentage point from the year before, state data showed Wednesday.
Earlier this week, David Kwiatkowski, a former hospital lab technician, was sentenced to 39 years in federal prison after admitting to causing a hepatitis outbreak last summer.
The article, "Harnessing Interfacially-Active Nanorods to Regenerate Severed Polymer Gels" , was published , PhD, research associate professor; and Krzysztof Matyjaszewski, PhD, J.C. Warner University Professor of Natural Sciences, department of chemistry at .
The fascinating Luminescence show is a celebration of aquatic light, exploring the world of fluorescent and bioluminescent light that exists in the depths of the ocean, featuring glowing creatures that create and use light in startling ways.
Dean Wormer in Animal House: "Two Cs, two Ds, and a F - that's a 1.2 grade average.
Like the plastic tips at the ends of shoelaces, telomeres cap the ends of chromosomes to protect the cell's DNA from damage.
Acceptance is an inner state of humility achieved only after a period of grueling and thorough hard work.
A common quip has been that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. Now, there's a long-term care provider who's hoping to prove that the stomach is also the way to the brain.