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11 Cost-Effective Ways To Incorporate Philanthropy Into Your Brand

2019-11-15 18:15:00 UTC

11 Cost-Effective Ways To Incorporate Philanthropy Into Your BrandWant to make a difference without a big business budget? Forbes Business Development Council experts share how.
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DOE Announces $40 Million for Energy Frontier Research Centers[To top]

2019-11-19 18:26:00 UTC

DOE Announces $40 Million for Energy Frontier Research CentersDOE Announces $40 Million for Energy Frontier Research Centers DOE announced a proposed $40 million in Fiscal Year 2020 for Energy Frontier Research Centers (EFRCs). Read more at Energy.gov

Thimerosal-Derived Ethylmercury a Mitochondrial Toxin in Human Astrocytes (2012)[To top]

2019-11-12 02:29:29 UTC

Thimerosal-Derived Ethylmercury a Mitochondrial Toxin in Human Astrocytes (2012)Thimerosal generates ethylmercury in aqueous solution and is widely used as preservative. We have investigated the toxicology of Thimerosal in normal human astrocytes, paying particular attention to mitochondrial function and the generation of specific ... Read more at Nih.gov

The Relationship Between Open Source Software and Standard Setting[To top]

2019-11-14 00:00:00 UTC

The Relationship Between Open Source Software and Standard SettingThis publication is a Science for Policy report by the Joint Research Centre (JRC), the European Commissions science and knowledge service. It aims to provide evidence-based scientific support to the European policymaking process. The scientific output expre Read more at Creative-destruction.org

Study Says Fracking is Saving Families $2,500 Annually, Significantly Lowering Greenhouse Gas Emissions[To top]

2019-11-20 02:00:00 UTC

Study Says Fracking is Saving Families $2,500 Annually, Significantly Lowering Greenhouse Gas EmissionsResearch & Commentary by Tim Benson, The Heartland Institute A report released in October 2019 by the White House Council of Economic Advisors (CEA) estimates increased oil and natural gas production from hydraulic fracturing (fracking) saves American famil Read more at Wattsupwiththat.com

The long-term benefits of losing, according to science[To top]

2019-11-11 09:00:18 UTC

The long-term benefits of losing, according to scienceWeve heard winning isnt everything, but new research proves that losing might boost your success in the long run. After three years of pursuing an ambitious project to understand what kinds of teams promote optimal innovation, my colleagues and I were nea Read more at Fastcompany.com

Can Geowalling Save Open Access?[To top]

2019-11-14 10:30:33 UTC

Can Geowalling Save Open Access?Geowalling open content is proposed yet again. As a thought experiment, @lisalibrarian explores what Plan S principles would be compromised by this tactic. The post Can Geowalling Save Open Access? appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen. Read more at Sspnet.org

Vindication for the Damned: Why Forts Strange Philosophy Has Endured[To top]

2019-11-13 08:05:58 UTC

Vindication for the Damned: Why Forts Strange Philosophy Has EnduredVAST AND BLACK. The thing that was poised, like a crow over the moon. Round and smooth. Cannon balls. Things that have fallen from the sky to this earth. Our slippery brains. The unusually-worded passages above, at once both eerie and oddly poeticare fro Read more at Mysteriousuniverse.org

Could A Real Men's Movement Be A Good Thing?[To top]

2019-11-11 19:07:51 UTC

Could A Real MenIn her recent video, Men, LeftTube sensation Natalie Wynn, aka Contrapoints, surveys the current state of masculinity and concludes that its in disarray. What are... Read more at Melmagazine.com

A Research Scandal in China[To top]

2019-11-19 14:13:12 UTC

placeholder imgThis is not going to be a reassuring story not for the biomedical literature, and not for the Chinese scientific establishment. But the head of the official Research Integrity initiative there, Xuetao Cao, a former head of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sci Read more at Sciencemag.org

The FDA Wants to Control Your Stem Cells[To top]

2019-11-13 19:18:49 UTC

The FDA Wants to Control Your Stem CellsThe FDA magically turned our cells into drugs in 2006 by changing one word in 21 CFR 1271
Read more at Infowars.com

150 Years of the Journal Nature[To top]

2019-11-11 20:17:00 UTC

150 Years of the Journal NatureNature is arguably the world's most prestigious scientific journal. Editor-in-chief Magdalena Skipper spoke with Scientific American acting editor-in-chief Curtis Brainard about her journal as it... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com Read more at Scientificamerican.com

Humanitys Next Chapter: the Neobiological Revolution[To top]

2019-11-18 19:20:13 UTC

Humanitys Next Chapter: the Neobiological RevolutionWireds Co-Founder and NEO.LIFE Founder Jane Metcalfe's wide ranging interview on leadership, the neobiological revolution, and humanity's future. Read more at Psychologytoday.com

Humanitys Next Chapter: The Neobiological Revolution[To top]

2019-11-18 19:20:13 UTC

Humanitys Next Chapter: The Neobiological RevolutionWireds Co-Founder and NEO.LIFE Founder Jane Metcalfe's wide ranging interview on leadership, the neobiological revolution, and humanity's future. Read more at Psychologytoday.com

Olafur Eliasson on Art, the Climate Crisis & Why We Should All Be Activists[To top]

2019-11-19 12:11:47 UTC

Olafur Eliasson on Art, the Climate Crisis & Why We Should All Be ActivistsThis story is from Issue 19 of Highsnobiety Magazine. You can buy it here. Olafur Eliasson is an optimist. Through his immersive artwork which has seen him do everything from secretly dying the rivers and canals in cities across the world, to creating a fak Read more at Highsnobiety.com

Gossamer Bio Inc (GOSS) Q3 2019 Earnings Call Transcript[To top]

2019-11-13 03:30:39 UTC

Gossamer Bio Inc (GOSS) Q3 2019 Earnings Call TranscriptGOSS earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2019.
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the New York Times | Recipe for Destruction[To top]

2019-11-20 02:29:42 UTC

placeholder imgIMAGE publication: the New York Times story title: Recipe for Destruction deck: section: Opinion authors: by Ray Kurzweil + Bill Joy date: 2005 IMAGE After a decade of pains-taking research, federal + university scientists have re-constructed the 1918 influen Read more at Kurzweilai.net

17 Cataclysmic Events That Changed the Earth Forever[To top]

2019-11-15 18:37:12 UTC

17 Cataclysmic Events That Changed the Earth ForeverSource: NASA Goddard via images.nasa.govSince the Earth was formed roughly 4.5 billion years ago, it has gone through dozens of major cataclysmic events, including the eruption of supervolcanoes, impacts by comets and asteroids, major tectonic shifts, exposur Read more at 247wallst.com

Virginia Trimble Has Seen the Stars[To top]

2019-11-11 17:26:53 UTC

Virginia Trimble Has Seen the StarsHow a young celebrity became one of the first female astronomers at Caltech, befriended Richard Feynman, and ended up the worlds foremost chronicler of the science of the night sky. Read more at Quantamagazine.org

The FDA Wants to Control Your Stem Cells[To top]

2019-11-12 12:00:00 UTC

The FDA Wants to Control Your Stem CellsTheres an escalating government assault on our stem cells and we should all be very concerned about it. Most people probably associate stem cells with religious debates over embryos and fetuses. However, we all have stem cells inside of us that many contend Read more at Mises.org


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