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Johny Wilkinson (the English rugbyman) brand/shop
- Rising EU obesity rings alarm bells in Brussels
Obesity figures in the EU
- The World as 100 People
Jack Hagley // Graphic Designer // Infographics
- Jack Hagley // Graphic Designer // Infographics
- Bach to the blues, our emotions match music to colors
humans share a common emotional palette -- when it comes to music and color -- that appears to be intuitive and can cross cultural barriers
- Brain makes call on which ear is used for cell phone
- US Judge Rules Mobile Phone Location Data Not Protected By Fourth Amendment Eurasia Review
- Kernel Netbook 3.9.2 – Un noyau Linux optimisé pour les Netbooks
- Women's immune systems remain younger for longer
- Serotonin mediates exercise-induced generation of new neurons
Solidarity lending in France and developping countries | Babyloan - Solidarity Microcredit
- Could eating peppers prevent Parkinson's? Dietary nicotine may hold protective key
Peppers / Tomatoes / Nicotine / Smoking / Parkinson
- Super-sized citizens: The relationship between a country's fast-food outlets and its obesity rates
the density of Subway's outlets is positively associated with the prevalence of obesity across 26 advanced economies in both men and women
- Employee holiday entitlements around the world
- Quand Amazon transforme ses recrues en "robots"
- Brain anatomy of dyslexia is not the same in men and women, boys and girls
- EHIC: WHAT IS COVERED IN EACH COUNTRY?
Listing of European countries and how much you should be charged even with a EHIC
- Corruption rates felt in EU countries / Survey
- Build your own cloud – Tutorial
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- NOOB, WEB-SÉRIE EN STREAMING
- Wayland, explained
Video explaining why Wayland is to replace X11
- How petals get their shape
Hidden map located within plant's growing buds
- Pour les agriculteurs, ressemer sa propre récolte sera interdit ou taxé
- Coast to Coast Walk
- The C2C Guide
Cycle The Sea to Sea Cycle Route
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- Nasal lining used to breach blood/brain barrier
- Humans feel empathy for robots
fMRI scans show similar brain function when robots are treated the same as humans
- Socially responsible investing
- Le premier smartphone pour malvoyants est indien | Slate.fr
First smartphone for blind people. English video included.
- Qualcomm introduces Android smartphone for the blind, Ray (Wired UK)
- The pain when children fly the nest
When we have children, we introduce infinities into all of our emotional equations. Nothing ever adds up quite the same again.
- The Man With Uncrossed Eyes
- The cake that looks like a Mondrian painting
- Anxious about life and afraid of death? Tylenol may do the trick, study suggests
Paracetamol / Aminophen could relieve you of death anxiety
- 'Survival of the fittest' now applies to computers
Surprising similarities found between genetic and computer codes
- Scientists transform cellulose into starch
Potential food source derived from non-food plants,reducing the need for crops to be grown on valuable land that requires fertilizers, pesticides, and large amounts of water
- Small in size, big on power: New microbatteries the most powerful yet
The future for batteries
- Study shows different brains have similar responses to music
- New software alleviates wireless traffic
The software, GapSense, lets these devices that can't normally talk to one another exchange simple stop and warning messages so their communications collide less often.
- Abuse of students doing anthropological fieldwork
- Financial crisis, austerity, and health in Europe
- Online learning: It's different
By interspersing online lectures with short tests, student mind-wandering decreased by half, note-taking tripled, and overall retention of the material improved
- Dental anesthesia may interrupt development of wisdom teeth in children, study suggests
- MRI shows brain abnormalities in migraine patients
Compared to controls, migraine patients showed reduced cortical thickness and surface area in regions related to pain processing.
- Linux users file EU complaint against Microsoft | Reuters
- Aux USA, golf et barbecue ont fait avancer l'heure d'été
- Que fait le cerveau quand il ne fait rien ?
- Compile and Execute Programs Online
- Dépendance au tabac
Les cigarettes contiennent-elles des anti-dépresseurs IMAO, ceci expliquant l'échec des traitements de sevrage?
- Men and women get sick in different ways
Developing gender-specific medicine is a major challenge of the future
- ::: Host UK :::
arranging for international students studying in the UK to spend a day, weekend or Christmas in a British home.
- Small low cost linux pc's, an overview from 11-2012
RaspberryPi, CottonCandy...: This page will provide an overview of what is on the market, specs, an image, and links to the boards.
- Dating in middle school leads to higher dropout, drug-use rates, study suggests
- Artist Christo Creates Largest Inflatable Object
- Santander: A Digital Smart City Prototype in Spain
- Children of divorced parents more likely to start smoking, study finds
children upset by their parents' divorce may use smoking as a coping mechanism to regulate emotions and stress
- International gender difference in math and reading scores persists regardless of gender equality
the difference between girls' and boys' reading scores was three times larger than the sex difference in math scores
- The question is – who is going to pay Europe’s debts, not how do we generate enough to pay?
The question is not how the eurozone can generate enough wealth to pay its debts: taken as a whole, it already does. It is who should pay and how much.
- New EU passenger rules give airlines more time
- Gorgeous Photography of The Elements - Neatorama
Japanese chemist and photographer R. Tanaka is on a mission to photograph the world's most photogenic periodic elements
replacement for the X window server system to unlock next-generation user experiences for devices ranging from Linux desktop to mobile devices powered by Ubuntu.
- The paranoid #! Security Guide
- New Bioengineered Ears Look and Act Like the Real Thing
- Could a computer on the police beat prevent violence?
- Shedding new light on infant brain development
the infant brain does not control its blood flow in the same way as the adult brain
- Electromagnetic Harvester
- Your Body as Platform
Most celebrated for her work on the "electronic tattoo," Lu is an expert at integrating tiny electronic parts into stretchable materials
- Python Software Foundation News
Python trademark at risk in Europe: We need your help!
- 2012: a BSD year in retrospective
- Les farines animales réintroduites pour nourrir les poissons
- La nourriture du futur que nous concocte l’industrie agroalimentaire
Menu de synthèse - Basta !
- Old Ubuntu Releases
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- Old Kubuntu Releases
- Subjective Impressions Do Not Mirror Online Reading Effort: Concurrent EEG-Eyetracking Evidence from the Reading of Books and D
- Ant Pupae Employ Acoustics to Communicate Social Status in Their Colony’s Hierarchy
- Il a inventé le BrailleBerry
- Cells forged from human skin show promise in treating multiple sclerosis, myelin disorders
- Linux Apps · Steam Apps Database
This is a list of apps that show signs of (upcoming) Linux support on Steam.
- Eat to dream
Study shows dietary nutrients associated with certain sleep patterns
- icy/pacapt · GitHub
An Arch's pacman-like package manager for some Unices. Actually this Bash script provides a wrapper for system's package manager.
- PacApt Brings Arch Linux's Amazing Pacman Package Manager to Other Linux Distributions (Well, Sort Of)
- The forgotten women of Ireland's Magdalene Laundries
- Thinfilm Demonstrates First Integrated Printed Electronic System with Rewritable Memory
the first proof-of-concept prototype of an integrated printed electronic tag based on rewritable memory
- Imprint Energy
breakthrough zinc-based rechargeable battery technology: ultrathin, flexible, high energy density rechargeable batteries for significantly lower cost and without the design limitations or safety concerns of other battery technologies.
- US free to grab EU data on American clouds
- Hailstones: A Window into the Microbial and Chemical Inventory of a Storm Cloud
- Study suggests a relationship between migraine headaches in children and a common heart defect
Existence of a patent foramen ovale
Sociological and legal data on religions in Europe
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- Trade Unions Accuse Qatar Of Forced Labor In ILO Process
Forced labor and squalid conditions in Qatar for the upcoming soccer's World Cup
- Bad Economy Means Young Europeans Having Trouble Leaving Home
25-34 y.o leaving with their parents
- www.kernel-seeds.org, the home of Linux Kernel Seeds
- Linux Kernel Driver Database
- Working with Pappy's Kernel Seeds
- Saliva gland test for Parkinson's disease?
"We have previously shown in autopsies of Parkinson's patients that the abnormal proteins associated with Parkinson's are consistently found in the submandibular salivary glands, under the lower jaw, and this is the first study demonstrating the value of testing a portion of the saliva gland to diagnose a living person for Parkinson's disease."
- Genetic mystery of Behcet's disease unfolds along the ancient Silk Road
- Pollution urbaine: le camion électrique, c’est pour quand?
- Réseaux ruro-sociaux: la vie au village, c'était internet avant l'heure
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