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How fetal infections lead to adult heart disease

A new study suggests the mechanisms by which infections that affected preterm infants in the womb lead to long term heart problems.   How fetal infections lead to adult heart disease Inflammation due to infection inside the pregnant womb can …

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John Milton: Paradise Lost – Book 11

  John Milton Paradise Lost Book 11 Undoubtedly he will relent, and turn From his displeasure; in whose look serene, When angry most he seemed and most severe, What else but favour, grace, and mercy, shone? So spake our father …

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سروده ای از مولانا جلال الدین محمد بلخی (مولوی) : حکم کردن داود علیه السلام برکشندهٔ گاو

‫ ‬‫ حکم کردن داود علیه السلام برکشندهٔ گاو . گفت داود این سخنها را بشو حجت شرعی درین دعوی بگو تو روا داری که من بی حجتی بنهم اندر شهر باطل سنتی این کی بخشیدت خریدی وارثی ریع را …

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Dust Storms Linked to Gas Escape from Mars Atmosphere

Two 2001 images from the Mars Orbiter Camera on NASA’s Mars Global Surveyor orbiter show a dramatic change in the planet’s appearance when haze raised by dust-storm activity in the south became globally distributed. The images were taken about a …

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Bots that talk more like people

Giant Otter Technologies, founded by artificial intelligence video game developer Jeff Orkin, an MIT Media Lab alumnus, has developed a platform that uses AI algorithms and crowdsourced annotators to build a natural-language database that helps chatbots expertly navigate human conversations. …

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Location detection when GPS doesn’t work

A new theoretical analysis of wireless localization systems represents settings of a wireless network (yellow) and measurement error (purple) as three-dimensional spaces. The intersection of the two spaces defines the network’s optimal configuration. Courtesy of the researchers   Location detection …

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Shortage of engineers still alarming

  Shortage of engineers still alarming By Søren Ravnsborg According to a new forecast, the Danish labour market will in seven years’ time be short of 10,000 people with training in technology, science, and IT. Although the number of applicants …

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Survival Mode in a Tiny Worm’s Brain

Time-lapsed recordings of dauer worm movement during nictation, a process by which a worm stands on its tail and waves its body in an attempt to latch on to a nearby carrier animal. Mutants that are deficient for neuropeptides (red) …

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