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Today's Apps Gone Free: Frase Master, Game42, Word Jam and More

TODAY'S APPS GONE FREE: FRASE MASTER, GAME42, WORD JAM AND MORE

Learn Spanish, play board games with a friend, and unscramble letters to create words with today's collection of apps and games. All...

Hands On: The Sony 24mm f/1.4 GM is a Great Ultra-Portable Prime Lens

HANDS ON: THE SONY 24MM F/1.4 GM IS A GREAT ULTRA-PORTABLE PRIME LENS

I had the pleasure of trying out the brand new Sony 24mm f/1.4 G-Master lens before it was announced today. I spent the last few days...

 
 
 
Sony Unveils the 24mm f/1.4 G Master Lens

SONY UNVEILS THE 24MM F/1.4 G MASTER LENS

Sony has just announced the 24mm f/1.4 G Master E-mount full-frame wide-angle prime lens, the lightest and smallest lens among 24mm...

Best Practices: The Key to Mastering Margaritas Is Attention to Detail

BEST PRACTICES: THE KEY TO MASTERING MARGARITAS IS ATTENTION TO DETAIL

Ask 10 people of legal drinking age if they like Margaritas , and expect to get a shiny dime in return. Margaritas have been the most...

 
 
 
The Juniper Titmouse Nesting Project

THE JUNIPER TITMOUSE NESTING PROJECT

The Juniper Titmouse is a passerine bird in the tit family Paridae. The American Ornithologists' Union split the Plain Titmouse into...

Conservation Connection: Narrow-headed Gartersnake

CONSERVATION CONNECTION: NARROW-HEADED GARTERSNAKE

By Carrie Flood Aren't giraffes cool? They're regal, unapologetically lovely, and SUPER important to the functioning of a healthy Savanna...

 
 
 
Stephen Colbert Shreds Kavanaugh's Defenders With 1 Disturbing Question

STEPHEN COLBERT SHREDS KAVANAUGH'S DEFENDERS WITH 1 DISTURBING QUESTION

"Late Show" host hammers conservatives who support the Supreme Court nominee despite a sexual assault allegation.

IEEE Journal of Electromagnetics, RF and Microwaves in Medicine and Biology Call for Papers

IEEE JOURNAL OF ELECTROMAGNETICS, RF AND MICROWAVES IN MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY CALL FOR PAPERS

IEEE Journal of Electromagnetics, RF and Microwaves in Medicine and Biology, sponsored by the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques...

 
 
 
Agarwood essential oil demonstrates promising anti-cancer properties, researchers find

AGARWOOD ESSENTIAL OIL DEMONSTRATES PROMISING ANTI-CANCER PROPERTIES, RESEARCHERS FIND

Agarwood - a plant used in traditional medicine to treat vomiting, rheumatism, coughing, and asthma - could be used in treating colorectal...

Daily aspirin found to be useless for senior citizens. offers "no benefit" but imparts new risks

DAILY ASPIRIN FOUND TO BE USELESS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS. OFFERS "NO BENEFIT" BUT IMPARTS NEW RISKS

You've probably heard that an aspirin a day keeps the doctor away, and although this saying might have a nice ring to it, a new study...

 
 
 
Hormone that makes women more fertile is linked to breast cancer risk

HORMONE THAT MAKES WOMEN MORE FERTILE IS LINKED TO BREAST CANCER RISK

Researchers from New York University School of Medicine examined blood samples from almost 6,000 premenopausal women across the US...

Taking liquid calcium with red sage can build stronger bones

TAKING LIQUID CALCIUM WITH RED SAGE CAN BUILD STRONGER BONES

Preventing osteoporosis, especially in postmenopausal women, is possible with the help of this traditional Asian medicine, according...

 
 
 
The Homeless Get Sick; ‘Street Medicine' Is There For Them

THE HOMELESS GET SICK; ‘STREET MEDICINE' IS THERE FOR THEM

One goal is to cut down on emergency room visits.

Spokeswoman for group supporting Kavanaugh says sexual assault allegations could have been 'rough horseplay'

SPOKESWOMAN FOR GROUP SUPPORTING KAVANAUGH SAYS SEXUAL ASSAULT ALLEGATIONS COULD HAVE BEEN 'ROUGH HORSEPLAY'

Screenshot/CNN The chief counsel for a conservative judicial group backing Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination described the...

 
 
 
Conservatives, including Fox host Laura Ingraham, promoted claims about the wrong Christine Ford in an attempt to smear Kavanaugh's accuser

CONSERVATIVES, INCLUDING FOX HOST LAURA INGRAHAM, PROMOTED CLAIMS ABOUT THE WRONG CHRISTINE FORD IN AN ATTEMPT TO SMEAR KAVANAUGH'S ACCUSER

The Drudge Report and several prominent conservatives shared a story citing negative reviews purportedly written by students of Professor...

Danielle Carnahan, MCM'19

DANIELLE CARNAHAN, MCM'19

Meet Danielle Carnahan, MCM'19, “My name is Danielle Carnahan and I am from Seattle, Washington. I graduated from Washington State...

 
 
 
Jacqueline Buckley, MCM'19

JACQUELINE BUCKLEY, MCM'19

Introducing Jacqueline Buckley, MCM'19, “I received my bachelors degree in biomedical science from the University of New Hampshire...

Natalie Bauer, MCM'19

NATALIE BAUER, MCM'19

Next we have Natalie Bauer, MCM'19, “My name is Natalie Bauer, and I just graduated from Emory University with a BS in Biology and...

 
 
 
Hannah Bartling, MCM'19

HANNAH BARTLING, MCM'19

“My name is Hannah Bartling and I'm from Malvern, PA, a suburb outside of Philadelphia. I graduated with a BS from Saint Joseph's University...

DATA-DRIVEN HUMAN TRANSCRIPTOMIC MODULES DETERMINED BY INDEPENDENT COMPONENT ANALYSIS

Analyzing the human transcriptome is crucial in advancing precision medicine, and the plethora of over half a million human microarray...