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  1. Athletics breakout candidate: Ike DavisRead the original story

    6 min ago | Athletics Nation

    The Oakland A's acquired Ike Davis practically for free after the 2014 season. Were pitchers suddenly more afraid of Davis as his 2014 went on? Is he the second coming of Brandon Moss? If you look merely at Ike Davis's stat lines since his 32 home run effort in 2012, you will see a rather pedestrian performance for a first baseman: time lost to an oblique strain in 2013, and home run totals not even reaching the teens.

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  2. Canada December job losses deeper after revisionsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 min ago | MarketWatch

    Canadian job losses in December were roughly three times more than originally estimated and the unemployment rate was also higher than previously reported, according to revised data released by Statistics Canada Wednesday. The economy shed 11,300 net jobs last month instead of the 4,300 decline that the statistical agency reported earlier in January.

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  3. Cuts in federal unemployment created 1.8 million jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    44 min ago | Examiner.com

    Statistics show the economy continues to limp back in the right direction. According to the Federal Reserve's most recent projection , 2014 grew at about the same rate as other years in the recession at less than 2.4 percent.

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  4. Doug R posted blog postsRead the original story

    55 min ago | Duke City Fix

    I moved to Belen. Right after that move I got my High Tech career back on track when I accepted a position with an out-of-state company.

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  5. P.J. Musico: Penn State Hockey's Unsung HeroRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Onward State

    Third-string goalies don't get a lot of love. In the NHL, teams only have two and send the rest to the minor leagues.

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  6. Millennials: a New Victorian Generation?Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | Real Clear Politics

    Public policymakers and political pundits tend to focus on problems -- understandably, because if things are going right they aren't thought to need attention. Yet positive developments can teach us things as well, when, for reasons not necessarily clear, great masses of people start to behave more constructively.

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  7. Cambridge announced as one of five key partners in new national Alan Turing InstituteRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | University of Cambridge

    ... new institute named in his honour The Alan Turing Institute will promote the development and use of advanced mathematics, computer science, algorithms and 'Big Data' - the collection, analysis and interpretation of immense volumes of data - for ...

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  8. Cambridge News published Cambridge University announced as partner in new Alan Turing...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Cambridge Evening News

    The new institute, which was announced last year, will promote the development and use of advanced mathematics, computer science, algorithms and 'Big Data' - the collection, analysis and interpretation of immense volumes of data - for human benefit. Located at the British Library in London, it will bring together leaders in advanced mathematics and computing science from the five of the UK's most respected universities - Cambridge, Edinburgh, Oxford, UCL and Warwick - and partners.

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  9. Scientist Looks to Space and Discovers Formula for Lasting LoveRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | PRWeb

    ... is based on principles of advanced statistics that are used daily in finance, science, and industry. Now these mathematics can apply to your life choices, regardless of relationship or social status. After taking a personality test and survey, ...

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  10. Barone: Millennials make for a virtuous cycleRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Boston Herald

    Public policymakers and political pundits tend to focus on problems - understandably, because if things are going right they aren't thought to need attention. Yet positive developments can teach us things as well, when, for reasons not necessarily clear, great masses of people start to behave more constructively.

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  11. Texas Instruments unveils a new graphing calculatorRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | District Administration

    ... tools connecting the classroom experience with real-world applications, helping students and teachers to explore mathematics and science interactively. TI's products and services are tested vigorously against recognized third-party research, which ...

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  12. BIPV Market and Building Attached Photovoltaics Industry Research...Read the original story

    7 hrs ago | Customer Interaction Solutions

    ReportsnReports.com adds Global and Chinese BIPV Market Research and BAPV industry reports with 2019 forecasts to its expanding collection of business intelligence and data reports. The ''Global and Chinese Building Attached Photovoltaics Industry, 2009-2019 Market Research Report' ' is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global Building Attached Photovoltaics industry with a focus on the Chinese market.

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  13. Maths summit to improve performanceRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | BBC News

    The Mathematics for Life conference is tackling what is seen as the weakest of the core subjects taught in Wales. Meanwhile, one maths expert said the weakest area is not numeracy but geometry, algebra and relating maths to practical applications like maps.

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  14. Math Homework Help for Teens - Ellettsville - Wed, Feb 4, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Monroe County Public Library

    Drop in for FREE one-on-one help with Math and Science related assignments--arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, physics, chemistry, ISTEP, and SAT review. For middle school and high school students only. Ages 12-19

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  15. Imitation Game movie connects to HudsonRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Hudson Hub-Times

    ... computer science." Alonzo Church was born June 14, 1903 in Washington, D.C. He received his bachelor's degree in mathematics in 1924 and degree of doctor of philosophy in mathematics from Princeton University in 1927. From 1927-1929 he received a ...

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  16. Mastering math through movement using Kinect for WindowsRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | KurzweilAI.net

    Carmen Petrick Smith, assistant professor of mathematics education , works with undergraduate education majors on movements that are used to help elementary school children learn geometry University of Vermont assistant professor of mathematics education Carmen Petrick Smith has found in a study that elementary school students who interacted with a Kinect for Windows mathematics program while learning geometry showed significant gains in the understanding of angles and angle measurements. The Kinect is a motion sensor input device that allows people to interact with computers based on their natural movements.

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  17. U.S. Education: Still Separate and UnequalRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | US News & World Report

    ... n. Black students entering kindergarten for the first time score lower than their white counterparts in reading, mathematics, science, cognitive flexibility and approaches to learning - every category tested. The gaps persist throughout schooling, at

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  18. H.S. Hoops Notebook: Tigers have - lived and died' from behind 3-point arcRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | New Jersey Herald

    By now, the Hackettstown boys basketball players, seniors mostly, are well-schooled in the laws of algebra, trigonometry and pre-calculus. That seems to be the favorite number of the Tigers, who can knock down threes with the best of them.

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  19. Three quarters of Queenslanders back euthanasia, Vote Compass showsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | ABC News

    There is a huge desire among Queenslanders for people suffering from terminal diseases to be legally permitted to die with the help of doctors. The findings were based on almost 70,000 respondents to the proposition: "Terminally ill patients should be able to legally end their own lives with medical assistance".

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  20. UW researchers helping region get ready for the next Big OneRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | PressReleasePoint

    ... there generally would be little flooding at the school site," said Randy LeVeque , a UW professor of applied mathematics. LeVeque was modeling waves when the 2004 earthquake and tsunami in Sumatra inspired him to focus on tsunamis. A few years ago ...

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