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Malaria Explained

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In a recent article by, Medical News Today, the Malaria disease is explained. Malaria is a life threatening blood disease that is caused by a parasite that is transmitted by humans by the Anopheles mosquito. 349 more words

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Dear Emma Watson,

At the beginning of this month, I read this article announcing that Emma Watson was going to be ONU Goodwill embassador

I was so amazed by this great achievement. 158 more words

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Brown U. shaking up its political polling team

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – Brown University is working on a reboot of its closely watched Rhode Island political polling operation, WPRI.com has learned.

James Morone, a political science professor who… 448 more words

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Describing Malaria

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In a recent article by the online source, WebMd, a general overview of Malaria is discussed and outlined. Malaria, is a serious disease that causes high fevers and chills in people that have been affected. 307 more words

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[LIST] 10 Crazy College Courses: Porn Studies?!

As if Miley Cyrus hasn’t done enough since bringing twerking back, she’s also inspiring college courses in her honor. With the sign of the times and most of our information being on-line, its no surprise that colleges and universities alike need to keep up too. 430 more words

Rumor Has It

SOS For Brown Mailroom Workers

Due to Brown’s intention to outsource mailroom operations to Ricoh, mailroom workers will lose their jobs by the end of July. Some workers have been working there as long as 35 years. 655 more words

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First Buckyballs from boron


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Just in time for the World Cup final, researchers have succeeded in building the first ‘buckyballs’ made entirely from boron atoms. Unlike true, carbon-based buckyballs, the boron molecules are not shaped exactly like footballs.

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