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Drop the Beet on Your Diet

Click for a full size image   Drop the Beet on Your Diet Why the Beetroot is Our In Season Produce Focus Beets are having something of a moment. Named one of the top restaurant trends of 2015, the brightly ...

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ACE completes its voyage around Antarctica

Click for a full size image   ACE completes its voyage around Antarctica The Antarctic Circumnavigation Expedition (ACE) reached Cape Town on Sunday, 19 March, completing its three-month voyage around the great white continent. But the scientific adventure has only ...

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Fresh From December Through March

Click for a full size image   Fresh From December Through March Winter can feel like a dead patch when it comes to picking in-season produce. But when your healthy diet is already up against comfort food and rich holiday ...

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Security for multirobot systems

Researchers including MIT professor Daniela Rus (left) and research scientist Stephanie Gil (right) have developed a technique for preventing malicious hackers from commandeering robot teams’ communication networks. To verify the theoretical predictions, the researchers implemented their system using a battery ...

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New target for colorectal cancer

Keith T. Wilson, M.D.   New target for colorectal cancer by Meredith Jackson In a new study published in the journal Oncogene, Dana Hardbower, Ph.D., Keith Wilson, M.D., and colleagues demonstrated that epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) signaling in macrophages ...

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Grow Your Own Produce

Grow Your Own Produce Click for a full size image Grow Your Own Produce 5 Healthy Reasons to Grow Your Own Food One of the surest signs of the end of winter is fresh, ripe produce. There’s no way to ...

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Tracking the spread of bird flu

A new paper from an MIT-led team demonstrates that Alaska can offer a significant foothold for Asian flu viruses, enabling them to enter North America. Click for a full size image   Tracking the spread of bird flu Asian flu ...

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