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John Milton: Paradise Lost – Book 7

  John Milton Paradise Lost Book 7 Descend from Heaven, Urania, by that name If rightly thou art called, whose voice divine Following, above the Olympian hill I soar, Above the flight of Pegasean wing! The meaning, not the name, …

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Possible cause of early colonial-era Mexican epidemic identified

Archaeological excavations at the site of Teposcolula-Yucundaa, a major political center of the ancient Mixtecs. After the epidemic, the city was relocated to the valley and the mountain-top site was abandoned. © Christina Warinner. Image courtesy of the Teposcolula-Yucundaa Archaeological …

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Microbial communities demonstrate high turnover

Postdoc Kathryn Kauffman and former guest researcher Aidong Ruan process ocean water samples at Canoe Cove in Nahant, Massachusetts. The researchers were observing how microbial communities change over time in a particular location. Photo: Gitta Szabo   Microbial communities demonstrate …

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Japanese robots appointed teaching assistants

  Japanese robots appointed teaching assistants By Jesper Spangsmark Two 120-centimetre tall humanoid robots are to carry out teaching and research tasks at DTU and greet ministers on the red carpet. DTU has recently invested in two humanoid Pepper 1.8 …

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Programmable droplets

MIT researchers have developed hardware that uses electric fields to move droplets of chemical or biological solutions around a surface, mixing them in ways that could be used to test thousands of reactions in parallel. Image: Jimmy Day   Programmable …

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‘Super Blue Blood Moon’ Coming Jan. 31

  ‘Super Blue Blood Moon’ Coming Jan. 31 If you live in the western part of North America, Alaska, and the Hawaiian islands, you might set your alarm early the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 31 for a lunar trifecta: a …

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Bright career prospects in minerals industry

  Bright career prospects in minerals industry An expansion of job opportunities in the mining sector is painting a bright future for students studying engineering, exploration, mining and environmental geology. The University of Queensland School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering’s …

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Head injuries may cause progressive brain disease

Sections from two brains used in the current study. The left sample comes from a 17-year-old male high school American football player who died by suicide two days after a closed-head impact injury. The brown stain indicates a widespread immune …

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Your hair knows where you’ve been

Michelle Chartrand performs isotopic analyses on human hair to find out more about a person’s whereabouts and diet. Photo by Ned Rozell   Your hair knows where you’ve been Ned Rozell Sprouting from your head at the rate of more …

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Italian Turkey Stuffing

  Italian Turkey Stuffing Ready in 1 hours 15 minutes Serves : 18 By John fv Ingredients: 4 Tablespoon Olive Oil 2 Large Onion; Roughly Chopped 4 Stalks Celery; Chopped Roughly 1 1/2 Lbs Ground Beef; Lean 1 1/2 Pounds …

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