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The podcast “Serial,” by producers of public radio’s “This American Life,” averages over 1.5 million listeners an episode. Podcasting used to be a novel way of distributing audio programming over the Internet,...

source: The New York Times

At least four-in-ten unauthorized immigrants in 12 states will be eligible to benefit from the executive order issued by President Obama, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis. Idaho, where 46 percent of the state’s...

source: Pew Research Center

Tiny magnetic actuators can swim through liquid, and scientists would like to use them one day to deliver drugs or sensors inside the human body. The helix-shaped actuators are driven by an external rotating magnetic field; they align themselves along the magnetic field...

source: Futurity

Computer software only recently became smart enough to recognize objects in photographs. Now, Stanford researchers using machine learning have created a system that takes the next step, writing a simple story of what's happening in...

source: Stanford News

Dr. Vaughan and a staff biologist, Christopher Page, say a quick-grow technique, called microfragmenting, may make it possible to mass-produce reef-building corals for transplanting onto dead or dying reefs that took centuries to develop — perhaps slowing or even reversing...

source: The New York Times

The State capital will soon get another important landmark with the Government of India deciding to set up a first-of-its kind National Biodiversity Museum (NBM). The museum is expected to be built in a six-acre site near the 15-acre Bio-diversity Park at Raidurg on the...

source: The Hindu


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