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Understanding how safe are US cities

A University of Arizona researcher has created a new system to dramatically show American cities their relative level of vulnerability to bioterrorism.Walter W Piegorsch, an expert on environmental......

Your desktop is 400 times germier than a toilet

A new study by a researcher at the University of Arizona has found that when it comes to being clean, your office desktop is far behind your toilet seat.The study, by Professor Charles Gerba showed......

Indian origin student wins Marshall Scholarship

Ajit Divakaruni, 22, who is set to become the first student at University of Arizona to complete an honors thesis in three majors -- mathematics, biochemistry and molecular and cellular biology......

Mumbai lads' rocks match those on Mars

The rock sample sent by two Mumbai lads to Arizona State University in National Aeronautics and Space Administration's "Rock around the world" programme, has found similarity with the rocks found......

Bush vs Kerry: The final debate

At the Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona (Bush country - the President won the state handily in 2000, and currently enjoys a sizeable lead in statewide polls), the third and final debate......

India, the new supply giant for global retailers

Vipul Gupta, 25, leans back in his large, towel-covered chair, inside a predictable wood-panelled office, and begins a story. It's about how his grandfather, Narayan Kumar Lohia, a purveyor of......

iPad 2 tablets for kindergarten students

Looks like crayons, finger paints and alphabet blocks as teaching tools are old school. Kindergarten students in Maine will now learn their ABCs and 123s on the latest iPad 2 tablets.A school......

'US needs to tap innovation to keep its dominance'

The economic rise of Asian giants India and China may be one of the most notable phenomenon of this century, but a culture of innovation that drove the American idea continues to be an advantage......

Citigroup elated over WEF honour for Shamina Singh

The World Economic Forum last week named former Clinton Administration official, erstwhile Congressional staffer and longtime Democratic Party activist Shamina Singh, 41, as one of its Young Global......

Your vote can change their lives

Sneha Gaikwad is telephone operator, Arpita A Salunke works with Aditya Birla Minacs, Shailesh M Gurav teaches swimming, and Uttam Das works with Cafe Coffee Day, all thanks to ASSET India......

Watching The Clock at MoMa

New York City’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) showcased The Clock, a meticulous effort showing clocks and watches from thousands of films from the last 100 years of cinema.It is 7.45 am when......

'A person with shampooed hair can't play villager'

Rajnesh Domalpalli recently won the Bear at the Berlin Film Festival for the Best Debut Feature Film, Vanaja. For this engineer turned filmmaker, life has been hectic as his maiden venture has been......

The making of Superman Returns

Much of the principal photography for Superman Returns was done on location near Breeza, Australia, on a rural piece of farmland that had been transformed into a working back lot.Six miles of road,......

Ray of light

Aravind/Harrisburg: I don't know if anybody still reads books written by a guy named Alistair MacLean. I used to feast on his offerings when I was in school. My favorite is Fear Is The Key.And I......

Soni goes from heart surgery to gold medal

American swimmer Rebecca Soni smashed the world record in winning the 200 metres breaststroke at the Beijing Olympics on Friday, two years after having heart surgery.Biting her lip and choking back......

Super Bowl 42 lives up to lofty billing

A consortium of shouts, whistles and cheers pours into my friend's apartment window on Manhattan's Upper Eastside: "Yea, baby!" "Go Giants!" "Boston sucks!"Peering out said window, I see drunken......

New York Giants win Super Bowl

The New York Giants achieved one of the biggest upsets in NFL history with a 17-14 victory over the previously undefeated New England Patriots in the Super Bowl on Sunday.Quarterback Eli Manning......

Dream girl eyes gold at Athens

She is the 'Dream Girl' on America's designated 'Dream Team' for the Athens Olympics.She is rated one of People magazine's 50 most beautiful people, voted ESPN's 'Hottest Female Athlete' and comes......

Olympic hockey probables in shipshape

Slide showIf the training standards are anything to go by, then Indian Hockey Federation president K P S Gill can set his mind at ease on any issues of the fitness of the Indian team come the......

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Q. who found that our left and right ears do nt process the sounds in the same way ?
Stalin:  A.  more

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Q. What are the Best MBA universities in USA?
Ram:  A. UCLA/University of Arizona Scientists more

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Q. According to a recent study by the University of Arizona, superficial relationships give birth to a feeling of detachment and consequently, poor health. Unfortunately loneliness could also be d root cause of one's ill health. Take the late model Viveka Babajee e.g..She was easily among the popular and friendliest people in the modelling circuit. No one, even in their wildest dreams, thought that she was so lonely and craving for companionship, the lack of the sense of being alone. Your views??
Ram:  A. well i guess the more u feel lonely the more u feel depress and this depression makes u fell ill first mentally then slowly and gradually physically. more

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Q. BERMUDA TRIANGLE : IS THAT A MYTH OR REALITY
Cyrus Irani:  A. The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, is a region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean in which a number of aircraft...... more

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Q. How do birds nevigate?
Steve:  A. About 50 animal species, ranging from birds and mammals to reptiles and insects, use Earth's magnetic field for navigation. Yet Earth's magnetic...... more

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Dr. Elliott Alpher Announced As O.A.T. Expert at the Living Heart Foundation's HOPE Former NFL Players' Health Assessment For Research With Pro Player Health Alliance

PRWeb 2014-04-23 Dr. Alpher is doing research as part of the Living Heart Foundation HOPE Study supported by Pro Player Health Alliance (PPHA), a... ...

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Waterloo Global Science Initiative Invests in Young People as a Force for Change in Education

/PRNewswire/ --Waterloo Global Science Initiative (WGSI) is pleased to launch its Equinox Fellowship, a program that funds projects initiated by... ...

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US top court upholds Michigan ban on college affirmative action

Washington : The US Supreme Court on Tuesday further undermined the use of racial preferences in higher education by upholding a voter-approved... ...

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8 Amazing Little Known Google Services

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Climate change likely to make Everest even riskier

Climbing to the roof of the world is becoming less predictable and possibly more dangerous, scientists say, as climate change brings warmer... ...

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