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Laser device may one day put an end to finger-prick tests for diabetics

15 minutes agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Finger-prick tests to monitor blood glucose levels can be the bane of a diabetic's life. In a move that could put an end to such tests in the future, researchers at Princeton University have developed a non-invasive way to test blood...Show More Summary

Take Five With Evan Shay

34 minutes agoMusic / Jazz : All About Jazz

Meet Evan Shay: Evan Shay is a saxophonist and composer based in Montreal. He recently completed his Bachelor of Music in Jazz Performance at McGill University with the distinction of Outstanding Achievement in Jazz Saxophone. He was also awarded the prestigious four-year Seymour Schulich Scholarshi...

Teen Soldier Romance Comics - Anime Love Affair

1 hour agoOdd : Neatorama

Teen Soldier Romance Comics by DiHA Theirs was a love that could never be, a romance between two stars following their own fateful path in the universe. Together they battled the forces of evil, and boring fashion, while looking their absolute best and loving every minute of their lives. Show More Summary

Former Missouri Football Player Faces Accusations

Two former University of Missouri students have gone public with allegations against the former running back Derrick Washington.

3D-printed implants infused with medicine to enable more effective drug delivery

2 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

A great strength of 3D-printing in the field of medicine is the ability to provide low-cost, personalized implants molded to a patient's anatomy. Researchers from Louisiana Tech University have now taken the technology one step further,...Show More Summary

The Secret Tying Marvel’s Phase II Together: Love and Its Many Sacrifices

Phase I of the Marvel Cinematic Universe was, in retrospect, a densely plotted affair, with several story threads all tying together – and paying off to glorious effect – in The Avengers; everything from the Tesseract to Loki himself...Show More Summary

Justin Britt looks set to win Seahawks starting right tackle job

The Seattle Seahawks hoped Justin Britt would develop into their starting right tackle when they selected him in the second round of the draft out of the University of Missouri in May. Turns out he may ascend to the starting role even earlier than anticipated. Britt appears set to win the job over veteran tackle…

Oldest metal object found to date in Middle East

University of Haifa The University of Haifa has announced the discovey of a copper awl, the oldest metal object found to date in the Middle East. It was discovered during the excavations at Tel Tsaf ('Oldest metal object found to date in Middle East', Science Daily August 21, 2014). Show More Summary

CENSORSHIP: University Blocks Student Access To “Harmful” Webpages. Northern Illinois University…

CENSORSHIP: University Blocks Student Access To “Harmful” Webpages. Northern Illinois University is restricting students’ access to certain websites. For their own good, of course. The internet is a dangerous place, and we wouldn’t want...Show More Summary

Spiders get bigger, multiply faster in cities: Australian study

Researchers at the University of Sydney found that golden orb weaver spiders, which are found in both urban and rural areas, are more likely to be bigger, more fertile, and better fed in cities than in outside areas.

A 'stellar fossil' holds hints of one of the universe's first stars

Astronomers say they’ve discovered the signature of one of the first stars in the universe whose remains were embedded into the body of another very old star.

Shaheen-Brown Senate Matchup Tightens in New Hampshire, Poll Shows

The contest for New Hampshire’s Senate seat is narrowing, a new WMUR/Granite State Poll has found, but many voters have not decided definitely which candidate to support. The poll, conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center and released Thursday, found that 46% of likely voters said they would vote for Democratic Sen. Show More Summary

Easy Hydrogen Production May Be Around The Corner, ANU Researchers Find

Researchers at the Australian National University have successfully replicated one of the crucial steps in photosynthesis, where a plant converts light and carbon dioxide into oxygen. This discovery opens the door to future biological systems powered by sunlight, to affordably ‘manufacture’ our own hydrogen for use as fuel. Show More Summary

The Gift of Sight - Rand Paul Joins University of Utah Moran Eye Center Surgeons in Guatemala Outreach

Several times a year, eye surgeons from the University of Utah's Moran Eye Center set up medical eye camps in some of the most neglected corners of the world, including South Sudan, Micronesia, Haiti, Bolivia and Myanmar. The medical...Show More Summary

For The AJC's Mike Luckovich - Regardless Of The True Representation In Metro-Atlanta "The White Red-Neck Male" Is The Universal, SAFE Character For Stupidity And "Gun Violence"

Mike Luckovich's Consumption Of The News While In The Office Mike Luckovich's Consumption Of News And Opinion While At Home Mike Luckovich Storms Out Of His Living Room, Into His Home Office And In A Fit Of Rage About How Much BlackShow More Summary

CBS Buys Medical Drama From Sarah Watson & Jason Katims As Put Pilot

In a very competitive situation, CBS has landed a medical drama project from the Parenthood duo of Jason Katims and Sarah Watson. The project, from Universal TV and Katims' studio-based True Jack Prods, is set at a high-tech Silicon Valley hospital with a cutting edge approach to medicine. Show More Summary

University of Colorado fights turning over records in theater massacre case

By Keith Coffman DENVER (Reuters) - The University of Colorado is fighting attempts by lawyers defending accused cinema gunman James Holmes to turn over records that public defenders say the school was trying to hide about its former student, court documents show.

Boys, Toys, Electric Irons, and TVs 15: Futures End #16 and New Avengers #23

We don’t know what happened to Earth 2 yet. The word ‘refugee’ has been thrown around and we know that there is no contact with that parallel world anymore. Is the path between universes simply blocked? Is the world dead? Destroyed? If so, who destroyed it? The Justice League? Superman? Darkseid? Was its destruction malicious? […]

Climate change could see dengue fever come to Europe

Dengue fever could make headway in popular European holiday destinations if climate change continues on its predicted trajectory, according to research published in open access journal BMC Public Health. The University of East Anglia...Show More Summary

Arkansas student impaled in neck by broken golf club: officials

Natalie Eaton, 18, a first-year student at Arkansas State University, is in critical condition after the golf club broke while being used as a baseball bat at a fraternity party.

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