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  1. KRUCET from May 3, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | AndhraNews

    ... Statistics, Microbiology, Commerce, Chemistry will be held on May 4 while for Zoology, Electronics, English and Mathematics will be held on May 5.


  2. Equal rights, including marriage, can promote better health for LGBT peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago |

    Many doctors back such rights because of health problems associated with repressed or stigmatised sexual orientation, says Veronica O'Keane Professor Patricia Casey's latest contribution to public debate on the topic of suicide is that young gay men who have suicidal ideation or who attempt to harm themselves will not necessarily go on to kill themselves. She has told us that we should not "conflate" the act of self-harm with the completed act of suicide.


  3. Why I sing about loveRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    ... lovely little ligt-skinned girl, who became the last born of five children. Her father is a retired professor of Mathematics at Makerere University and his wife a lecturer at Nkumba University. Academics aside, something runs through this family, ...


  4. The Mathematics Of TimeRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Ask MetaFilter

    So I have a few years to kill and I'd like to spend them fully understanding what physicists and mathematicians know about time. I'm not looking for any sort of summary, I want to understand the math from the bottom up.


  5. Valverde says pressure is on rivals ahead of Liege-Bastogne-LiegeRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Cycling News

    Alejandro Valverde may be everybody's favourite for Lige-Bastogne-Lige , but the Spanish veteran is adamant that with a podium finish in Amstel Gold Race and a victory in Flche Wallonne, the pressure on him to take a victory at Lige-Bastogne-Lige is considerably lower than for his rivals. "I don't have that kind of stress considering what I've already done this week," Valverde told Cyclingnews .


  6. Most U.S. job openings are for low-skill, low-pay workersRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Dallas Morning News

    In a post-recession world, where many once-familiar occupations continue to automate, move offshore or disappear outright, one of the most basic questions remains: It turns out the vast preponderance of job openings these days are low-skill, hourly-wage work with high turnover. The current slate of "help wanted" ads overwhelmingly involves cashiers, waitresses and waiters, personal care aides, janitors, people who stock store shelves, and workers for the likes of Hardee's and Taco Bell.


  7. Literacy rate among Qatar women rises: ReportRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Peninsula

    DOHA: The ratio of literate females in Qatar aged 15 to 24 years was higher than that of literate males in the same category during 2006-2013, shows the 2014 Millennium Development Goals report released by the Ministry of Development Planning and Statistics. This ratio reached its highest level in 2006, jumping to 112 percent, due to state policies aimed at spreading education in all regions.


  8. Common Core wrongly ignores higher-level coursesRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Grayson News Gazette

    ... who want to pursue more advanced college work such as careers in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) areas - something educators in top-performing countries know but that was ignored by those who created CCSS and NGSS. That's ...


  9. Report Published: "Turkey Autos Report Q2 2015"Read the original story

    8 hrs ago |

    BMI maintains a bullish view on the country's autos exports outlook following an increase in vehicle exports in 11M14 of 5% y-o-y, to 802,872. This reflects the European passenger car market's resurgence from a period of marked declines, and sustained currency weakness which makes Turkish exports more competitive.


  10. The Best Way to Shuffle and Randomize a Deck of Playing CardsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Lifehacker

    ... at least seven basic rifle shuffles. This video from the Numberphile YouTube channel features statistics and mathematics professor Persi Diaconis of Stanford University explaining why you need at least seven shuffles. Of course, the shuffles need to ...


  11. Global Insights Manager - " Analytic Insights (GIMRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Quirks Marketing Rsch Review

    Overall Job Description The GIM -AI is responsible for driving business results by leveraging broad-based business knowledge and a high level of functional expertise. He does this by directing strategies and tactics that enable achievement of sales and profit targets at the brand level.


  12. Peetz Plateau School District plans to absorb health insurance hikeRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Journal-Advocate

    The Peetz Plateau Board of Education discussed the 2015-16 budget and health insurance during their regular meeting on Monday. According to Superintendent Mark Collard, the district is looking at a 7.5 percent increase in their health insurance for next year and it will probably be the same increase the following year.


  13. Class to help manage your diabetesRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Journal-Advocate

    Are you one of the 20 million people in the United States with diabetes? Or are you among the one in three of those 20 million who do not know they have diabetes. An estimated 2,200 people are diagnosed with diabetes each day.


  14. Time Resolution Dependence of Information Measures for Spiking...Read the original story

    16 hrs ago | CiteULike

    The mutual information between stimulus and spike-train response is commonly used to monitor neural coding efficiency, but neuronal computation broadly conceived requires more refined and targeted information measures of input-output joint processes. A first step towards that larger goal is to develop information measures for individual output processes, including information generation , stored information , predictable information , and active information accumulation .


  15. New computational model helps study how emerging metastatic tumors interact with immune systemRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Medical News

    ... Biology . Other authors on the paper include William L. Kath, professor of engineering sciences and applied mathematics, former McCormick professor Dirk Brockmann, former graduate student Yishan Chuang, and former undergraduate researcher Louis ...


  16. Six cars you can drive (almost) foreverRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor

    The most impressive car I've ever seen in person wasn't a Porsche 911, a Ford F-350, or even a Tesla Model S. What made this car stand out, especially compared to my dream car, an incredibly powerful work truck, and futuristic automotive engineering, respectively? This particular Land Cruiser had an incredible 600,000+ miles on it - the highest mileage I have ever seen on a daily usage vehicle - and was still in good, drivable condition. Automotive expert Steven Lang and statistician Nick Larivere have put together the Long-Term Quality Index , an exhaustive statistical analysis of over 674,000 used cars to help car buyers understand the real reliability of vehicles, beyond the typical three-to-five year "long-term" industry analysis.


  17. The Heart Of A Teacher Makes A Difference - And ResponseRead the original story

    Friday |

    In less than four weeks, I expect to be one of 216 graduating seniors from East Hamilton School.


  18. Quicken, Wells Fargo fight back on FHA litigationRead the original story

    Friday | SNL Financial

    Zach Fox is a senior reporter and columnist with SNL Financial. The views and opinions expressed in this piece are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of SNL.


  19. Constrained solutions for differential equationsRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | MaplePrimes

    Hello! I'm really craving for a piece of advice from you pros. For simplicity's sake let's start with this made-up system.


  20. Project Fun Way: Students strut stuffRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Grand Junction Sentinel

    Students Robert Rowsam, left, and Cole Hanson with the Colorado University and Colorado Mesa University Engineer program feed canola seeds into a press they built to make oil at the CMU Showcase Program Friday. The project is sponsored by the CSU Western Colorado Research Center, which hopes to encourage farmers to grow canola seed to use for fuel.