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Court: Bloggers have First Amendment protections

US appeals court rules bloggers, public have same First Amendment protection as journalists GRANTS PASS,...
Read more Jan 17 2014, 7:01pm CST
 

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Net Neutrality Ruling: What Happens Now?

Net Neutrality Ruling: What Happens Now?
Yesterday’s Appeal Court ruling against the FCC's net neutrality rules will probably not mark the end of the internet...
Read more Jan 15 2014, 8:51am CST
 

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Global scientific team 'visualizes' a new crystallization process

Source: Science Daily

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By combining a synchrotron's bright X-ray beam with high speed X-ray cameras, scientists shot a 'movie' showing how organic molecules form into crystals. This is a first. Their new techniques will improve our understanding of crystal packing and should help lead to better electronic devices as well as pharmaceuticals -- indeed any product whose prop ...
Full article at: Science Daily 3 days ago, 9:16am CDT
 

Brooklyn Nine-Nine Winner of Best TV Comedy at Golden Globes 2014

Brooklyn Nine-Nine Winner of Best TV Comedy at Golden Globes 2014
The TV comedy, Brooklyn Nine-Nine was the winner of the best television sitcom at the Golden Globes 2014. It ousted several rival shows to snatch the prized trophy. The triumphant series has fully repaid its producer and cast of stars via this enviable accolade.
Read more Jan 13 2014, 5:49am CST
 

Thermoelectricity: The ugly duckling

Source: Nature

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Single crystals of tin selenide have been shown to display, along one crystallographic direction of their high-temperature state, the highest thermoelectric efficiency of any bulk mate ...
Full article at: Nature 3 days ago, 12:00am CDT
 

Protein crystal experiment set to fly to International Space Station

Source: Science Daily

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A biology professor’s experiment that is set to fly to the International Space Station (ISS) could shed new light on the roles enzymes play in biological processes. The experiment, Protein Crystals for Neutron Crystallography (PC4NC), studies ...
Full article at: Science Daily 5 days ago, 8:17am CDT
 

What's Going On With Lara Croft's New Look In Her PS4/Xbox One Revamp?

What's Going On With Lara Croft's New Look In Her PS4/Xbox One Revamp?
There will likely be many current-gen games reformatted for the next generation of consoles when all is said and done,...
Read more Jan 12 2014, 11:36am CST
 

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Peaches Geldof to be Laid to Rest on Easter Monday
Peaches Geldof: Funeral to be Held on Easter Monday
Peaches Geldof is to be laid to rest soon after her sudden death due to unknown causes. Some say that after being incinerated, her remains will be spread in the soil surrounding her family residence. On the other hand Peaches Geldof may be buried.
 
Padma Lakshmi Shows Bad Taste in Fashion
Padma Lakshmi Shows Bad Taste in Fashion
The otherwise slim and smart Padma Lakshmi showed bad taste in fashion with her latest ensemble. The midriff baring look simply did not make her appear as presentable as she ought to have been.
 
Idris Elba Welcomes Son Winston Elba
Idris Elba Becomes Dad Again
British actor Idris Elba has become a dad again. Elba’s girlfriend Naiyana Garth gave birth to a baby boy, named Winston Elba, on Thursday.
 

Expanding particles to engineer defects

Source: Nanowerk Nanotechnology Spotlight

Materials scientists have long known that introducing defects into three-dimensional materials can improve their mechanical and electronic properties. Now a new study finds how defects affect two-dimensional crystalline structures, and the resu ...
Full article at: Nanowerk Nanotechnology Spotlight Apr 8 2014, 12:35pm CDT
 

Expanding particles to engineer defects: Researchers find that adding an impurity can create order

Source: PhysOrg.com

Materials scientists have long known that introducing defects into three-dimensional materials can improve their mechanical and electronic properties. Now a new Northwestern study finds how defects affect two-dimensional crystalline structures, and the results hold information for designing ...
Full article at: PhysOrg.com Apr 8 2014, 10:27am CDT
 

Ready For Virtual Reality Withdrawals? The New Oculus Rift Crystal Cove Prototype Is That Good

Ready For Virtual Reality Withdrawals? The New Oculus Rift Crystal Cove Prototype Is That Good
An in-depth preview of the Crystal Cove prototype shown behind closed doors, and what it means for Oculus VR as their...
Read more Jan 11 2014, 2:21pm CST
 


 

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