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  1. Passenger train derails in KazakhstanRead the original story w/Photo

    3 min ago | Trend

    Some 13 cars of the passenger train No.42, which was en route from Almaty to Atyrau, derailed between the junctions of Zhanterek and Enbay in 328 kilometers of the railway, in the district of Kyzylkugin on April 19, 2014, at 17:55.


  2. White Dwarf Acts as Cosmic Magnifying GlassRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Scientific American

    ... acting as a magnifying glass for another, Sun-like star that it is orbiting. Credit: Eric Agol and NASA/SDO HMI science teams Astronomers have observed a white dwarf acting as a magnifying glass for another, Sun-like star that it is orbiting. The ...


  3. Activation of NADPH Oxidase 4 in the Endoplasmic Reticulum Promotes...Read the original story

    Nov 8, 2013 | Circulation

    From the Department of Cell Biology and Molecular Medicine, Cardiovascular Research Institute, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Newark ; IRCCS Neuromed, Pozzilli , Italy ; Department of Internal Medicine, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas ; and Department of Clinical/Molecular Medicine, School of Medicine and Psychology, ... (more)


  4. Creeping landslide devouring part of Wyoming townRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | Journal Gazette

    A work crew moves a concrete barrier that failed to stop a slow-motion landslide in Jackson, Wyo., as houses and businesses in the slide zone remained at risk on Saturday.


  5. Ancient Landscape Is Found Under 2 Miles Of Ice In GreenlandRead the original story w/Photo

    9 min ago |

    ... had been preserved beneath 2 miles of ice in Greenland, in a study that was published this week in the journal Science . "We found organic soil that has been frozen to the bottom of the ice sheet for 2.7 million years," says University of Vermont ...


  6. New breakthrough for tailor made drugs to fight malaria - Indiatalkies.comRead the original story

    12 min ago | India Talkies

    Washington, April 20: Scientists have used high-resolution structural biology methods in the malaria pathogen's cellular skeleton to investigate the different versions of this protein in the parasite in high detail, which can help in developing tailor-made drugs for fighting the disease.


  7. Israeli tech hacks through Amazon's 'fruit market'Read the original story w/Photo

    13 min ago | The Times of Israel

    Feedvisor, a Tel-Aviv based tech firm, won a Red Herring Top 100 award on April 15 for a system that automatically reprices items in the Amazon Marketplace.


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  9. The Might and Majesty of the Risen SaviorRead the original story w/Photo

    18 min ago | Townhall

    Words often fall short of communicating the full magnificence of the Lord Jesus Christ.


  10. 10 fastest rising food pricesRead the original story w/Photo

    34 min ago | St. Cloud Times

    Food prices at the grocery store are up, following an increase in production costs and wholesale prices.


  11. Global Stainless Steel Tube Industry Trends & Opportunities...Read the original story

    35 min ago | PRWeb

    The demand of stainless steel tubes is majorly driven by the growing and expanding oil and gas industry, exploration, and production of oil and gases and exponentially growing automobile industry in growing economies.


  12. Nebraskans sought for resources commissionRead the original story

    40 min ago | KHGI

    Legislation signed by the governor aims to address water management, water quality and flood control issues and expands the Natural Resources Commission to 27 members from 16. Applicants are being sought in several categories: agriculture, irrigation, manufacturing, outdoor recreation, public power district, public power and irrigation district, ... (more)


  13. Higher milk prices good news for Whatcom dairy farmersRead the original story w/Photo

    46 min ago | Bellingham Herald

    With milk prices steadily rising in recent months, Whatcom County dairy farmers are finding themselves in the unusual position of earning enough to rebuild savings accounts and pay back loans from the years of lean times.


  14. Bee-ing mindful: Students learn how to move honeymakers into new hivesRead the original story w/Photo

    48 min ago | Redwood Times

    A Bayside farm was audibly abuzz on Saturday afternoon as instructor Garrett Brinton showed students how to transfer a honeybee colony into a hive without upsetting tens of thousands of winged, stinger-packing insects.


  15. UI Burn Center Sees Jump in Ammonia BurnsRead the original story w/Photo

    51 min ago | KCJJ-AM Iowa City

    UI Burn Center Sees Jump in Ammonia Burns AP 4-20-14 The University of Iowa Burn Treatment Center is reporting a higher-than-normal number of patients suffering from anhydrous ammonia burns.


  16. Creeping Landslide Devouring Wyoming TownRead the original story w/Photo

    55 min ago | WKXW-FM Trenton

    No one can say precisely when the mountainside collapsing into this Wyoming resort town will give way.


  17. Coastal regions ravaged by flood tidesRead the original story

    55 min ago | VietNam News

    Rising sea levels caused by climate change and offshore land exploitation for building hydroelectricity plants are threatening the safety of the locals and Ba Dong Beach.


  18. Happy Easter: Enjoy Your Cheap Eggs And Food, Both More Affordable...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Seeking Alpha

    It's Easter weekend and time to do an annual update on the falling inflation-adjusted price of eggs over the last 120 years or so.


  19. Stop the 'Sandiwara': Najib leads 3km run for corruption-free nationRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Malaysia Chronicle

    Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak today led about 3,000 people in a three-kilometre run here as a demonstration of the people's commitment to have a corruption-free nation.


  20. Earth Day good time to ponder impact of mankind on planetRead the original story

    1 hr ago | The Columbus Dispatch

    Those earnest about Earth Day, which began in 1970 as a way to raise awareness about the trashing of nature, must count small victories because evidence in the oceans and the atmosphere suggests a planet could still be lost.