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Dec 10, 2018

Bioquark Inc. — Bold Moves Podcast — Ira Pastor

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Dec 10, 2018

Do social psychologists have an ideological aversion to evolutionary psychology?

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By Christian Jarrett. Part of the problem may be the lack of evolutionary science in many psychology degree courses.

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Dec 10, 2018

MIT Interactive Robotics Laboratory

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Will the future bring collaboration with Robots and not the end of work.

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Dec 9, 2018

Astrophotography: How to Photograph the Stars

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Before we get started, it’s essential to understand that astrophotography takes time and practice in order to achieve good results, so don’t get frustrated if you don’t nail it on the first go.

When it comes to photographing the night sky there isn’t an exact setting which is going to achieve the same results across the board. This is due to the amount atmospheric light which is available in your area. So in order to help get you started, I’ve decided to write a guide on “how to photograph the stars.”

The aim is to shed some light on the type of equipment you will need and give you a general starting point for where your settings ‘should’ be so that you can head out into the night and have some fun with it.

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Dec 9, 2018

The Digital Silk Road – China’s $200 billion project

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China’s expansion of its digital communications infrastructure will have global implications in the years to come.

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Dec 9, 2018

A bright discovery: U of A intern discovers better way to extract diamonds

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One Grade 11 student’s summer research at the University of Alberta has the possibility to change how industry leaders extract diamonds from rocks.

As part of a six-week internship called the Wisest Summer Research Program, students get the chance to spend their summer doing research at the university.

Hamdi Ali spent this summer at the university’s Earth and Atmospheric Sciences department as part of the internship program. She had the chance to work with various researchers in the geology department for six weeks.

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Dec 9, 2018

Is this the real life?

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Is this just fantasy?

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Dec 8, 2018

Regenerage — SMX Radio — The Net of Regenerative Medicine — Bioquark

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Dr. Joel I. Osorio of RegenerAge Clinic on SMX Radio broadcasting from the Colonia Santa María la Ribera neighborhood of Mexico City -
“LAS NETAS DE LA MEDICINA REGENERATIVA” (The Net of Regenerative Medicine)

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Dec 7, 2018

90% of All the Scientists That Ever Lived Are Alive Today

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This simple statistic captures the power of the exponential growth in science that has been taking place over the past century. It is attributable to Derek de Solla Price, the father of scientometrics (i.e., the science of studying science), in his 1961 book Science Since Babylon. If science is growing exponentially, then the major technological advancements and upheavals of the past 200 years are only the tip of the iceberg.

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Dec 7, 2018

We finally know what causes childhood leukemia — and how to prevent it

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A number of different things have to happen for a child to develop leukemia.

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