• What Is a Mourning Moon? Why You Should Care About Tonight's Full Moon

    It's an important moment in the Pagan religion.

  • The Case for Calling Brutalism 'Heroic' Instead

    1950s Boston, with its stagnant economy, aging infrastructure, and impenetrable culture of corruption, was in need of a few heroes. Some say it got a bunch of concrete-loving villains instead. But a new book hopes to change the way Boston’s urban renewal history—and the entire architectural period…

    City Lab NonHosted
  • The Thanksgiving Sky: The Moon Meets a Bright Star at Dawn

    As the moon moves around the Earth in its monthly orbit, it often passes in front of background stars. Such events are called "lunar occultations" and one will happen Thursday at dawn in a Thanksgiving lunar treat.
  • Harvard graduate works to enjoy sweet paste of success

    Visit any grocery store in Lagos or any market in rural Nigeria and you will find an array of tomato paste brands. This staple is big business in the country - among the world's top consumers, and the ...

    Financial Times
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    Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin Space Company Successfully Launches Rocket

    ABC News' Michael Strahan reports the latest stories in the "GMA" Speed Feed.

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  • A Lost Ancient Greek Island May Have Been Found

    The ancient Greek city of Kane was the site of the epic sea battle of Arginusae, which saw Athens crush Sparta in 406 BCE. Yet archaeologists weren’t exactly sure where this elusive island was located.That is, until now.An international team of archaeologists working with the German Archeological…

    Huffington Post
  • Pharma-Bio Serv to Present at the LD Micro Conference on December 2, 2015

    DORADO, PUERTO RICO / ACCESSWIRE / November 24, 2015 / Pharma-Bio Serv, Inc. (OTCQB: PBSV), a compliance, project management and technology transfer support consulting firm, that provides services to the ...

  • BBI Life Sciences Corp.: Price momentum supported by strong fundamentals

    BBI Life Sciences Corp. relative valuation is NEUTRAL and it has a fundamental analysis score of 72.Our analysis is based on comparing BBI Life Sciences Corp. with the following peers – Amgen Inc., Shenzhen Neptunus Interlong Bio-Technique Co. Ltd. Class H, Bioptik Technology, Inc. and Macrogen,…

    Capital Cube
  • The mammoth agricultural sciences center coming to Research Triangle Park

    Right now, 5 Davis Drive in Research Triangle Park is just a building, housing the Hamner Institute, a center focused on chemical and drug safety research. But the top exec of the company that bought the ...

    American City Business Journals
  • To Einstein’s general theory of relativity, a love letter on its 100th birthday

    Dear general relativity, I don’t know if you’ll remember me. It’s been a while. We met in the final year of my physics degree. It was a brief affair. For 10 weeks, we saw each other three times a week at the math department—apparently none of the physics staff knew you well enough. I found…

  • Obama to meet with leaders of China, India at climate summit

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is hoping to generate early momentum for international climate talks in Paris next week by holding one-on-one meetings there with the leaders of China and India.

    Associated Press
  • Round for Round: Women's Drinking Rates Catching Up to Men's

    Over the decade-long period between 2002 and 2012, the percentage of U.S. women who reported drinking in the past month increased, and so did the the average number of days that women reported drinking, according to the report from researchers at the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and…
  • The Genetically Modified Mosquito That Could Fight Malaria

    A genetically modified mosquito has been created that can resist malaria. A new gene that is resistance to malaria was inserted into a mosquito’s DNA using the gene editing method called Crispr. It could mean that if these mosquitoes bite people, they may not pass on the parasite that causes…

    Ross McG
  • DT Daily: Jeff Bezos lands a rocket

    The battle of space seeking billionaires took an unexpected turn today when Jeff Bezos announced, on twitter, that his Blue Origin spaceflight company successfully landed a spent rocket back on earth. In case you hadn’t heard, that’s what Elon Musk’s been trying, and failing at, for a while now.…

    Digital Trends
  • Go Ahead, Take a Bite: New GMO Apples Are Perfectly Safe

    There is perhaps no more iconic food than the apple. Think about it; from the Garden of Eden to the logo on the smart phone you might be holding in your hand right now, the apple claims a special place in the arc of modern civilization. It's both a forbidden fruit and the main ingredient in our…

    Huffington Post
  • Here's how NASA astronauts are celebrating Thanksgiving in space

    A short Thanksgiving video shows how US astronauts are celebrating the holiday aboard the International Space Station.

  • Scientists create mosquito strain with malaria-blocking genes

    By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Scientists aiming to take the bite out of malaria have produced a strain of mosquitoes carrying genes that block its transmission, with the idea that they could breed with other members of their species in the wild and produce offspring that cannot spread the…

  • 'Gene drive' mosquitoes could end malaria once and for all

    The scourge of malaria could be going away for good in some regions, thanks to a groundbreaking discovery by researchers at the Universities of California, Irvine and San Diego. Their study, published ...

  • Where Is Healthcare's Breakout Data Science Company?

    It’s easier to get someone to click on an ad than to avoid a donut. Even the most compelling user interface may not matter very much once someone steps away from the keyboard, or puts their smartphone back in their pocket.

  • Beetles Speed-Grow Their Built-In Bifocal Eyes

    Sunburst diving beetles, also known as "water tigers," are efficient predators that depend on their eyes to help them nab their mosquito prey. Each tube holds a lens, cone and retina, which are features common to the image-forming eyes in most vertebrates (and some invertebrates) known as "camera…