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Mexico City Hit By Magnitude 7.5 Earthquake 
Sky News - 3 Hours ago
A powerful earthquake has been felt in Mexico's capital, shaking buildings and sending people running into the street. The magnitude 7.5 quake was centred in the western state of Guerrero, north of the
Mexico City Hit By Magnitude 7… TFM Radio
Mexico City Hit By Magnitude 7.4 Earthquake My Gold Music
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NASA, Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum Announce Media Opportunities at  
Reuters - 70 Minutes ago
PR Newswire WASHINGTON, April 18, 2014 WASHINGTON, April 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Media are invited to attend a breakfast reception at 8:30 a.m. EDT April 23 to celebrate the 24th anniversary     Add Comment

Kepler 186f: Earth-Size Planet 
Indiatimes - 8 Hours ago
It is a bit bigger and somewhat colder, but a planet circling a star 500 light-years away is otherwise the closest match of our home world discovered so far, astronomers announced on Thursday. The planet,     Add Comment

Gene behind hard-to-spot breast cancer identified by scientists increasing chances  
NewsRT.co.uk - 8 Hours ago
3 View comments The secrets of a hard-to-spot form of breast cancer are being uncovered, raising hopes of earlier diagnosis and better treatment. For the first time, scientists have identified a gene     Add Comment

Widespread Differential Maternal and Paternal Genome Effects on Fetal Bone Phenotype  
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research - 4 Hours ago
ABSTRACT Parent-of-origin dependent (epi)genetic factors are important determinants of prenatal development that program adult phenotype. However, data on magnitude and specificity of maternal and paternal     Add Comment

University of Florida's Physical Plant Division Central Stores in Gainesville, Fla.  
Southeastgreen.com - 4 Hours ago
The University of Florida's Physical Plant Division Central Stores in Gainesville, Fla. was recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as a top finisher in the annual Energy Star National     Add Comment
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Pioneers in Regenerative Therapy to Discuss New Trends in Stem Cell Medicine 
BusinessWeek - 5 Hours ago
International leaders to share unparalleled achievements in stem cell research at DIA Annual Meeting WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr. 18, 2014-- Research that resulted in the first stem cells that
Pioneers in Regenerative Therapy to Discuss New Trends in Stem Cell... Finwin
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New Technique to Grow Stem Cells Could Lead to Cloning 
NewsMax.com - 3 Hours ago
Experts warned that a new technique allowing stem cells to be grown from the DNA of human adult males could lead to human cloning. According to the journal Cell Stem Cell, the new research will be used     Add Comment

Samsung's ChatOn may challenge WhatsApp [DNA : Daily News & Analysis (India)] 
TMC Net - 6 Hours ago
[April 18, 2014] (DNA : Daily News & Analysis (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) New Delhi: 22-year old Meghna Sharan cannot help peeping into her cellphone every five seconds as it pings
Samsung's ChatOn may challenge WhatsApp HispanicBusiness.com
Samsung Electronics : ChatOn may challenge WhatsApp 4 Traders
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Americans cool with lab-grown organs, but not designer babies 
NetworkWorld - 4 Hours ago
Americans are optimistic about scientific inventions on the horizon, though are cautious about future uses of DNA, robots, drones and always-on implants, according to the latest Pew Research Center survey     Add Comment

Results are a leap for embryonic stem cells 
Los Angeles Times - 14 Hours ago
Advertisement Scientists have replicated one of the most significant accomplishments in stem cell research by creating human embryos that were clones of two men. The lab-engineered embryos were     Add Comment

Cloning advance using stem cells from human adult reopens ethical questions 
Washington Post - 18 Hours ago
Scientists have grown stem cells from adults using cloning techniques for the first time — bringing them closer to developing patient-specific lines of cells that can be used to treat a whole host of     Add Comment
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>>   Climate change
PG&E Recognized by White House in New Climate Action Plan 
CBS 3 Springfield - 79 Minutes ago
SOURCE Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) Utility is Credited with Helping the Industry Curb Methane Emissions SAN FRANCISCO The official Climate Action Plan, produced at the direction of President     Add Comment

Where Paul Krugman Goes Wrong On Solar Power And Climate Change 
Forbes.com - 5 Hours ago
Paul Krugman turns his attention to the impact of declining solar power prices on the prospects for climate change today and while his central fact is entirely correct there's two errors in his argument.     Add Comment

Obama Touts $15M Solar Power Plan to Fight Climate Change 
NewsMax.com - 5 Hours ago
The Obama administration has a launched a $15 million solar energy package in its battle to combat climate change. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz and White House counselor John Podesta announced the     Add Comment

EIB to offer €2bn in funding for low-carbon energy projects 
Silicon Republic - 6 Hours ago
;548m under the NER 300 programme, one of the largest funding programmes for carbon capture and storage demonstration projects and innovative renewable energy technologies in the world. The EIB, acting     Add Comment

Ancient tundra landscape found under Greenland Ice Sheet: study 
Xinhua News Agency - 4 Hours ago
LONDON, April 18 (Xinhua) -- Scientists find evidence of ancient tundra landscape frozen for nearly 3 million years, which indicates the Greeenland ice sheet could persist much longer than previously
Ancient Tundra Discovered Under Greenland Ice Sheet The US Daily
Ancient tundra landscape discovered under Greenland Ice Sheet ZeeNews.com
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Some Not-So-Hot Facts About Global Warming Research–Global Cooling Part III 
Yahoo! Finance - 3 Hours ago
Consider this: -In 2013, the UK had the coldest spring since 1963. -In March 2013, Northern Japan received record snowfall–up to 16 ft thick just south of Aomori. -In October 2013, the worst     Add Comment

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