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ANALYSIS: TRUE. Ditching Electoral College would allow California to impose imperial rule on a colon…

ANALYSIS: TRUE. Ditching Electoral College would allow California to impose imperial rule on a colonial America. Michael Barone: If California continues to occupy one extreme of the national political spectrum, there may well be more such splits. At least unless and until the Democratic Party figures it needs more to make a case with more […]

A handful of nuts a day cuts the risk of a wide range of diseases

(Imperial College London) A large analysis of current research shows that people who eat at least 20g of nuts a day have a lower risk of heart disease, cancer and other diseases.

Energy expert discusses the importance of engaging with policymakers

An Imperial engineer has been discussing how the College can play a greater role in helping to formulate policy, following a recent workshop.

Online epidemic tracking tool embraces open data and collective intelligence

(Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute) Researchers from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and Imperial College London have developed Microreact, a free, real-time epidemic visualization and tracking platform that has been used to monitor outbreaks of Ebola, Zika and antibiotic-resistant microbes. Show More Summary

Was Einstein wrong? Physicists challenge speed of light theory – video explainer

The speed of light in a vacuum has been considered one of the fundamental constants of nature since Einstein’s theory of general relativity was published a century ago. But João Magueijo, of Imperial College London, and Niayesh Afshordi,...Show More Summary

Best of Last Week – Challenging Einstein, the Arctic overheating and a breakthrough in slowing down aging

(ScienceX)—It was another good week for physics as a pair of researchers, João Magueijo with Imperial College London and Niayesh Afshordi with the Perimeter Institute suggested that a theory that challenges Einstein's physics could soon...Show More Summary

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All Times Eastern College Basketball Men’s ACC/Big Ten Challenge Minnesota at Florida State — ESPNU, 7 p.m. Wake Forest at Northwestern — ESPNU, 9 p.m. Atlantis Showcase, Imperial Arena, Atlantis Paradise Island, Paradise Island, Bahamas Arizona State vs. Show More Summary

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All Times Eastern Bundesliga SC Freiburg vs. Red Bull Leipzig — FS2, 2:20 p.m. Bundesliga Weekly — FS2, 4:30 p.m. College Basketball Men’s Battle 4 Atlantis, Imperial Arena, Atlantis Paradise Island, Paradise Island, Bahamas 3rd Place Game Wichita State vs. Show More Summary

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All Times Eastern HAPPY THANKSGIVING College Basketball Men’s Battle 4 Atlantis, Imperial Arena, Atlantis Paradise Island, Paradise Island, Bahamas Semifinals Baylor vs. Michigan State — ESPN, noon Wichita State vs. Louisville — ESPN, 2:30 p.m. Show More Summary

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All Times Eastern College Basketball Men’s Battle 4 Atlantis, Imperial Arena, Atlantis Paradise Island, Paradise Island, Bahamas Quarterfinals Wichita State vs. LSU — ESPN2, noon Baylor vs. Virginia Commonwealth — ESPN2, 2:30 p.m. Michigan State vs. Show More Summary

USB Stick Measures HIV Levels Within Half Hour

Researchers at Imperial College London and DNA Electronics, a company with offices in London, UK and Carlsbad, CA, developed a computer USB stick that takes a drop of blood and measures the amount of HIV particles. The chip producesShow More Summary

Asteroid impacts could create niches for life, suggests Chicxulub crater study

(Imperial College London) Scientists studying the Chicxulub crater have shown how large asteroid impacts deform rocks in a way that may produce habitats for early life.

This HIV Test Fits on a USB Drive

A new HIV test is as simple as plugging a USB drive into a computer. Scientists from London's Imperial College and a private genomics analysis company created a device that uses pH to test for the HIV-1 virus and communicates the results to a USB stick. Show More Summary

USB Stick Performs At-Home HIV Viral Load Monitoring

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Gizmodo reports: Scientists in the UK have developed a USB stick that can quickly and accurately measure the amount of HIV is in a patient’s blood. The medical device was created by scientists at Imperial College London and tech firm...Show More Summary

Scientists develop new type of HIV test on a USB stick

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Scientists in Britain have developed a type of HIV test using a USB stick that can give a fast and highly accurate reading of how much virus is in a patient’s blood. The device, created by scientists at Imperial College London and the privately-held U.S. firm DNA Electronics, uses a drop of...

HIV test performed on USB stick

(Imperial College London) The device, created by scientists at Imperial College London and DNA Electronics, uses a drop of blood to detect HIV, and then creates an electrical signal that can be read by a computer, laptop or handheld device.

3D print a baby universe at home!

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=190&v=3GSwl21-ZwI Dave from Imperial College sez, "We've taken observations of the Cosmic Microwave Background from the Planck mission and turned them into a 3D printed map of the temperature of the universe when it was just a few hundred thousand years old. Download the files and print your own baby universe!" (more…)

MRSA uses decoys to evade a last-resort antibiotic

(Imperial College London) The superbug MRSA uses decoys to evade a last-resort antibiotic, reveals new research.The findings, from scientists at Imperial College London, suggest potential new ways of tackling the bacteria, such as interfering with the decoys.

Watch this drone charge without landing

Researchers at Imperial College Londondemonstrated a method for charging a drone while it flies.

Leukemia cell movement gives clues to tackling treatment-resistant disease

(Imperial College London) New research is shedding light on how leukemia cells can survive cancer treatment, suggesting new possibilities for stopping them in their tracks.

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