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  1. Why Listeria bacterium is so hard to fightRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Science Daily

    The harmful and potentially deadly bacterium Listeria is extremely good at adapting to changes.

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  2. Measurement at Big Bang conditions confirms lithium problemRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Science Daily

    The field of astrophysics has a stubborn problem and it's called lithium. The quantities of lithium predicted to have resulted from the Big Bang are not actually present in stars.

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  3. Leading scientists call for a stop to non-essential use of fluorochemicalsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Science Daily

    A number of leading international researchers recommend that fluorochemicals are only used where they are absolutely essential, until better methods exist to measure the chemicals and more is known about their potentially harmful effects.

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  4. 'Person of Interest' Interview: Jim Caviezel and EP Greg Plageman on...Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | BuddyTV

    Finch and his team will be facing a new threat in Person of Interest Season 4. They won't be entirely focused on helping the "number" of the week, but bringing down the nefarious Samaritan.

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  5. Museum specimens, modern cities show how an insect pest will respond to climate changeRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Science Daily

    Century-old museum specimens hold clues to how global climate change will affect a common insect pest that can weaken and kill trees -- and the news is not good.

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  6. What lit up the universe?Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Science Daily

    New research shows we will soon uncover the origin of the ultraviolet light that bathes the cosmos, helping scientists understand how galaxies were built.

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  7. Specialization: Choosy wasps survive better, study showsRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Science Daily

    The question of why species should specialize, i.e. using only a fraction of all resources available to them, has puzzled scientists and non-scientists alike.

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  8. Eat your fruits, vegetables for skin with sun-kissed glowRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Science Daily

    Forget sun beds, sunbathing and fake tanning lotions. The secret to a healthy glow lies in eating your five-a-day servings of fruit and vegetables, reveals new breakthrough research.

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  9. Interior, USDA Partnership Protects and Restores Important Central Arizona WatershedRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | U.S. Department of Agriculture

    Release No. 0189.14 Contact: Jessica Kershaw Interior_Press@ios.doi.gov Cullen Schwarz 720-4623 Peter Soeth 445-3615 joint watershed restoration agreement for C.C. Cragin Reservoir in Central Arizona.

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  10. Animals first flex their muscles: Earliest fossil evidence for animals with musclesRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Science Daily

    A new fossil discovery identifies the earliest evidence for animals with muscles.

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  11. Atomically seamless, thinnest-possible semiconductor junctions crafted by scientistsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Science Daily

    ... elements of electronic and photonic devices," said senior author Xiaodong Xu, a UW assistant professor of materials science and engineering and of physics. "Our experimental demonstration of such junctions between two-dimensional materials should ...

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  12. Best view yet of merging galaxies in distant universeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Science Daily

    Astronomers have obtained the best view yet of a collision between two galaxies when the Universe was only half its current age.

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  13. Protein's ability to inhibit HIV release discoveredRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Science Daily

    A family of proteins that promotes virus entry into cells also has the ability to block the release of HIV and other viruses, researchers have found.

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  14. Signs of Indian walking sticks in Bay AreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Contra Costa Times

    DEAR JOAN: A few days ago, I came upon a very unusual insect on our back screen door.

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  15. Rate ItRead the original story

    Monday | NewsFactor

    Quantum computers are starting to become a commercial reality as multiple companies start to take advantage of the strange laws of quantum physics to solve complex mathematical problems.

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  16. Research shows introverts spend more time on FacebookRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 23 | KFVS12

    It's not the person posting 10,000 pictures a week of their cat who's the big-time Facebook user, even if you might think so.

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  17. COLUMN: Farm changes a great leap forwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 12 | Cloverdale Reporter

    The B.C. government's intentions for the Agricultural Land Reserve have been clarified by a public consultation that proposes new commercial and industrial uses on farmland.

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  18. VCU and Richmond release full men's basketball schedulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 3, 2014 | NBC12

    The Mohave County, AZ, Sheriff's Office released cell phone video that captured the moments before an accidental shooting that killed a gun range instructor.

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  19. Video: Cannabis worth 120k discovered above Mill Road shopRead the original story

    Dec 20, 2011 | Cambridge Evening News

    Police believe the 165 plants flats found in the flat over the Spar in Mill Road, Romsey, were the fourth crop to have been produced there since March meaning cannabis worth nearly 500,000 could have been cultivated.

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  20. Security rules strain Canadian, U.S. IT contractors looking for federal workRead the original story

    Apr 26, 2011 | ITWorld Canada

    News last week that a cyber attack at a third-party firm that performs background checks for U.S. government employees had compromised data of at least 25,000 bureaucrats is just the latest illustration of how attackers can gain tremendous information by going after contractors doing work for governments.

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