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SPSS for Applied Sciences: Basic Statistical Testing C. Davis, 2013 Collingwood,   - 8 Hours ago
How to Cite Kumar, K. (2014), . Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society), 177: 990. doi: 10.1111/rssa.12
  
    



Rheology of peptide- and protein-based physical hydrogels: Are everyday measurements   - 10 Hours ago
Rheological characterization of physically crosslinked peptide- and protein-based hydrogels is widely reported in the literature. In this review, we focus on solid injectable hydrogels, which are commonly
  
    




Armed woman arrested outside LHC   - 11 Hours ago
LAHORE Police on Monday arrested a woman soon after the security staff recovered a loaded-pistol and two magazines with bullets from her handbag at the checkpoint when she tried to enter the Lahore High
  
    



Orbiter sends picture of dust storm on Mars   - 11 Hours ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- Image courtesy: ISRO TOPICS India’s Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) on Monday sent a picture of regional dust storm activities over the northern hemisphere of the
  
    



Potential Avoidance of Adverse Analgesic Effects Using a Biologically “Smart” Hydrogel   - 13 Hours ago
Acute pain remains a tremendous clinical and economic burden, as its prevalence and common narcotic-based treatments are associated with poorer outcomes and higher costs. Multimodal analgesia portends
  
    



NASA rocket has six minutes to study solar heating   - 106 Minutes ago
A view of the sun from Sept. 24, 2014 from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory shows bright spots representing magnetically active regions in the lower right quadrant of the sun. The VAULT2.0 mission will
  
    


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Glaciers in the grand canyon of Mars?   - 106 Minutes ago
07:54, Earth/Earth Sciences Valles Marineris, Mars. Credit: NASA For decades, planetary geologists have speculated that glaciers might once have crept through Valles Marineris, the 2000-mile-long
  
    



Behold 100 Planetary Nebulas   - 106 Minutes ago
100 colorful planetary nebulae, at apparent size relative to one another. Image processing and collection by Judy Schmidt. If you like planetary nebulas, you’re in luck. Multimedia ...
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Indian Spacecraft Snaps Spectacular Portrait of Mars   - 106 Minutes ago
'); This spectacular view of Mars from India's Mangalyaan spacecraft shows active dust storms in the Red Planet's northern hemisphere. This photo was released on Sept. 29, 2014, less
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Sophisticated 600-Year-Old Canoe Discovered in New Zealand   - 106 Minutes ago
Sophisticated oceangoing canoes and favorable winds may have helped early human settlers colonize New Zealand, a pair of new studies shows. The remote archipelagos of East Polynesia were among the last
  
    



Ancient Human Genome from Southern Africa Throws Light on Our Origins   - 104 Minutes ago
Sydney, Australia (Scicasts) — What can DNA from the skeleton of a man who lived 2,330 years ago in the southernmost tip of Africa tell us about ourselves as humans? A great deal when his DNA profile
  
    



Dolphins Can Sense Magnets, Study Suggests   - 2 Hours ago
By Tanya Lewis, Staff Writer Date: 30 September 2014 Time: 07:22 AM ET Bottlenose dolphins can sense whether an object is magnetic or not, research suggests. CREDIT: Courtesy of Planète Sauvage,
  
    


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Sigma: Strain-level Inference of Genomes from Metagenomic Analysis for Biosurveillance   - 2 Hours ago
Motivation: Metagenomic sequencing of clinical samples provides a promising technique for direct pathogen detection and characterization in biosurveillance. Taxonomic analysis at the strain level can
  
    



Ancient Genome from 2300-Year-Old Skeleton to Help Scientists Understand Human Origins   - 7 Hours ago
The DNA profile of a 2330-year-old skeleton in south Africa has revealed it belongs to a lineage closely related to the original 'Mitochondrial eve'.REUTERS The DNA from the skeleton of a man who lived
  
    



Fighting Hockey Concussions with Safer Helmets (Op-Ed)   - 8 Hours ago
John Varrasi, American Society of Mechanical Engineers Date: 30 September 2014 Time: 12:59 AM ET John Varrasi is a senior staff writer for the American Society of Mechanical Engineers ( ASME
  
    



Higgs Boson to the World Wide Web: 7 Big Discoveries Made at CERN   - 8 Hours ago
The world's biggest atom smasher, where monumental discoveries such as the detection of the once-elusive Higgs boson particle and the creation of antimatter have occurred, is celebrating its 60th anniversary
  
    



What’s in a face? Clues to evolution, scientists say   - 8 Hours ago
Helen of Troy might have had “the face that launched a thousand ships,” but that visage might not float anyone’s vessel in Fiji. It turns out that a person’s bias toward highly feminine or masculine
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Plea against luxury tax sent to LHC CJ   - 10 Hours ago
LAHORE Justice Mansoor Ali Shah on Monday sent a petition challenging imposition of luxury tax on properties of two or more Kanals to LHC chief justice for the constitution of a larger bench to hear
  
    



Contempt of court: LHC issues notices to PTI and PAT   - 10 Hours ago
Petiti­oner accuse­s the two partie­s of stagin­g sit-ins in violat­ion of court’s orders. AK Dogar had filed the petition accusing the PTI and PAT of staging the sit-ins in violation of the court’s
  
    



Murder on her mind?: Armed woman held on LHC premises   - 10 Hours ago
She was there to attend a hearin­g in connec­tion with her niece’s elopem­ent. Security guards at the checking point said Bibi first resisted a physical search and refused to allow them to check
  
    



Woman held with loaded pistol at LHC   - 10 Hours ago
LAHORE OLD Anarkali police arrested a woman, who had tried to enter the premises of Lahore High Court with a loaded pistol on Monday. Police have also taken pistol and loaded magazine into their custody.
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Roofing event helps support Wis. contractors, suppliers   - 11 Hours ago
A roofing event in Vesper, Wis., offered information on products and techniques and encouraged residents to use local contractors and suppliers. For example, the event showcased types of shingles that
  
    



Tropicana Field's fixed, domed roof is unique feature   - 11 Hours ago
Date and sources 09/29/2014 | SI.com Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla., is the only major league ballpark with a fixed roof, which helps give the stadium character. Supported by cables,
  
    



New Research from SRI International Yields Insights into Science Offered in California's   - 11 Hours ago
Sep 29, 2014 - 17:06 GMT MENLO PARK, Calif., Sept. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A new research study from SRI International provides insights into how publicly-funded afterschool programs that offer science
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Just how powerful is a supernova?   - 13 Hours ago
We asked Senior Staff Scientist Peter Nugent of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory to give us some perspective on the energy output of these dying stars. "This is a violent explosion. I mean
  
    
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