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Now I’m not saying Ford is the end all, be all of automakers in this space. It still has a lot of catch up to do to Toyota, and a lot of innovating to match the likes of Tesla Motors. For a company of its size though, it has shown some strong leaders

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Researchers have hypothesized that iron sparked this surge of ocean life, but a new study led by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) scientists and colleagues at the University of Bristol (UK), the University of Bergen (Norway), Williams Coll

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“We observed that curcumin was well tolerated by all the patients. The proportion of responders as measured by the HAM-D17 scale was higher in the combination group (77.8%) than in the fluoxetine [Prozac] (64.7%) and the curcumin (62.5%) groups; howe

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This year at PorcFest X I took first place in the Agorist Pitch contest. In short, I want to conduct Milgram style renegade psychological experiments on obedience to authority, specifically into police brutality.

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Researchers from the University of Zurich, have created neuromorphic chips that can mimic the way a human brain will process information in real-time. With the assistance of an artificial sensory processing system, these chips are able to display

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Nanowires are considered a major building block for future nanotechnology devices, with great potential for applications in transistors, solar cells, lasers, sensors, etc.

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Cerasee, or bitter melon, has so many healing properties that researchers brought it to the University of Miami to study it. They discovered that an enzyme in the ripe fruit can inhibit growth of cancer cells.

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