(European Society of Cardiology) More than half of patients with atrial fibrillation become asymptomatic after catheter ablation, reports the largest study of the procedure published today in European Heart Journal.
They “underestimated” the crime stats in his district, making them out to be one-thirteenth of what they actually are!!
(Phys.org)—A team of researchers from several institutions in Israel has, for the first time, identified a molecule that phages use to communicate with one another. In their paper published in the journal Nature, the team describes the methods they used to isolate the molecule and the way it was used by phages to make decisions. Show More Summary
Trump’s Nominees Stick to His Script Mnuchin to Address IndyMac, Tax Policy at Senate Hearing For Barack Obama, a New Role Is Waiting in Washington GOP Governors Warn Lawmakers About Repeal of Affordable Care Act Voter Anxiety That Fueled Trump’s Victory Turns to Hope for Jobs Seib Video: In Presidential Transition, Diverging Rhetoric on Russia […]
(Phys.org)—A small team of researchers at Kiel University in Germany has developed new technology that emulates the way a gecko uses its toes to cling to flat surfaces. In their paper published in the journal Science Robotics, the team describes their new adhesive, how well it works and possible applications.
A Wall Street Journal analysis found that Google often pushes its growing list of hardware products, from Pixel phones to Nest smart thermostats, in the top ad spot above its search results.
A photo journal of a visit to the Kibera ballet school in Nairobi, where the best students get chances to perform at Kenya's national theatre.
JOURNALISM: Atlanta Journal-Constitution Botches Crime Stats in Defending John Lewis.
TILTING THE PLAYING FIELD: Google Uses Its Search Engine to Hawk Its Products. A Wall Street Journal analysis found that ads for products sold by Google and its sister companies appeared in the most prominent spot in 91% of 25,000 recent searches related to such items; and 43% of the time, the top two ads […]
Caspian tigers were some of the largest cats ever to roam the Earth, but they went extinct in the 1960s. Now, some scientists want to bring them back. A new study, published in the journal Biological Conservation, lays out the plan to...Show More Summary
"It comes as no surprise to me that visual-first journalism is at the core of The New York Times' new digital strategy," writes Robb Montgomery, a WAN-IFRA Advisory Services Associate Consultant, in this guest post, which first appeared on his blog. Read more...
The Journal Times reports, “Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos conceded Wednesday that gas taxes “probably” aren’t going to be increased to pay for road improvements, given Gov. Scott Walker’s opposition to that approach.” (The report...Show More Summary
The Journal News reports, “The people behind the new Tappan Zee Bridge are notoriously uninterested in talking about the new $3.9 billion project’s future name, but the state’s Conservative Party wants them to honor those killed in the...Show More Summary
Bloodless gladiator Tucker Carlson delivered a cucking of such epic proportions that the guest had to append his recent anti-Trump HuffPo article with a disclaimer! Alex Mohajer is a self described " Political writer and commentatorShow More Summary
In an interview with New York magazine, published on Wednesday, CNN’s president Jeff Zucker painted a dark vision for the future of journalism under a President Donald Trump but touted his organization’s bright future. “It’s just unfortunate...Show More Summary
Fabric, one of the most popular mobile development platforms, has been acquired by Google. The post Google Acquires Fabric, a Mobile App Development Platform by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Yesterday the Wall Street Journal blared the news that Donald Trump's comments on the dollar being too strong had sent the dollar "reeling." I suggested we might want to wait a few days before buying into this, but it turns out I was wrong. Show More Summary
By Peter Funt Whether you still prefer to hold a printed newspaper in your hands or have become comfortable reading news on a screen, you should hope that the essential journalism remains the same. Increasingly, however, editors are concluding that … Continue reading ?
JOURNALISM: When you read a science report claiming that 2016 was the hottest year on record, you might expect that you will get numbers. And you would be wrong. “Note to the New York Times: ‘trouncing’ and ‘blown past’ are phrases appropriate to sports reporting, not science reporting. Except that no sports reporter would dare […]