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    With Brexit delayed, the House of Commons voted to give itself temporary control of the parliamentary timetable starting on Wednesday so lawmakers can vote on alternatives to May's withdrawal deal. The government usually controls the scheduling of votes in Parliament. AP | Mar 26, 2019, 08:03 IST L...

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    Astronauts Ed White (left) and James McDivitt in the launch pad elevator—with spacesuit technicians Clyde Teague (center right) and Joe Schmitt—head for Gemini 4, NASA’s first multi-day manned mission and the first U.S. spacewalk on June 3, 1965.  Credit: NASAAdvertisement The first thing you might ...

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    AFP | Mar 15, 2019, 22:44 ISTUS President Donald Trump, pictured in Jerusalem's Old City in 2017, touted his controversial decision to move... Read MoreWASHINGTON: A fringe "Jexodus" movement seeking to weaken US Jews' support for the Democratic party got a boost on Friday from President D...

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  • Mar 15, 2019

    If you had to pick a favorite microbe, a good candidate would be Saccharomyces cerevisiae, better known as brewer’s yeast, which transforms grape juice into wine, grain mash into beer and dough into bread. Over the past few decades scientists have hacked the yeast’s genome to make it produce less de...

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  • Mar 15, 2019

    When Hurricane Michael barreled into the Florida Panhandle last October, the punishing waves whipped up by its winds blasted a 900-foot-wide gap in the sands of Cape San Blas, a narrow peninsula just a few miles east of where the storm made landfall. Much of a popular state park there was turned int...

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  • Mar 15, 2019

    It looks like a big, white bullet—and it will travel much faster. SpaceX, its maker, calls the ship Crew Dragon, and it sits 230 feet above the ground on a Falcon 9 rocket, waiting to lift off from Pad 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Before dawn on Saturday, if all goes well, Crew Dra...

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  • Mar 15, 2019

    With an injection of nanoscale devices as fine as grains of pollen, two biotechnology researchers have given mice the ability to detect near-infrared light—something long believed possible only for a few animals including certain snakes, insects and bats, along with humans using special equipment. O...

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  • Mar 15, 2019

    Nearly one in five Americans currently suffers from a mental illness, and roughly half of us will be diagnosed with one at some point in our lives. Yet, these occurrences may have nothing to do with a genetic flaw or a traumatic event. Randolph Nesse, a professor of life sciences at Arizona State Un...

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  • Mar 15, 2019

    For decades researchers have focused their attacks against Alzheimer’s on two proteins, amyloid beta and tau. Their buildup in the brain often serves as a defining indicator of the disease. Get rid of the amyloid and tau, and patients should do better, the thinking goes. But drug trial after drug tr...

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  • Mar 15, 2019

    Here on Earth few people are familiar with the concept of planetary obliquity, but we all feel its effects: Obliquity measures a planet’s orbital tilt with respect to its star, which is what creates Earth’s changing seasons. Now, astronomers are proposing that shifts in obliquity could do even more....

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  • Mar 15, 2019

    For the romantics among us, physicist Haroldo Ribeiro’s recent work might seem prosaic. He has developed a computer program that deconstructs works of art into sets of numbers. Now Ribeiro has applied his physics-inspired metrics to nearly 140,000 digitized paintings indexed on the visual art encycl...

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  • Mar 15, 2019

    Of the 160 million tons of seafood that end up on people’s plates each year, 50 percent comes (pdf) from aquaculture. Growing all that salmon, tilapia and shrimp requires a steady supply of the perfect food supplement: oily anchovies and sardines, often called forage fish, which are rich in proteins...

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  • Mar 15, 2019

    There is a new record holder for “most distant known object orbiting the sun”—an icy world nicknamed FarFarOut. The finding is preliminary, but researchers are now performing follow-up observations to nail down this object’s exact distance and the details of its orbit. Like so many of its far-flung ...

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