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California Suspects Are Most Likely To Display 'Disgust' In Mugshots, Study Says

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — California suspects are more visibly disgusted by their arrests than suspects in other states, a study of mugshots conducted by an Encino law firm has found. 209 more words


Can fish be trained to recognize faces?

“Fish don’t have the brain structure, called the neocortex, that people and domestic animals use to recognize faces” says NBC News.

However, at University of Queensland in Australia, the team managed to train the fish to distinguish one human face from another. 264 more words


Study identifies two additional carcinogens not previously reported in e-cigarette vapor - ESIST

Berkeley Lab researchers (from left) Lara Gundel, Marion Russell, Hugo Destaillats demonstrate filling a glass syringe with vapor from an e-cigarette.

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The Conversation: Cheshire

When people say that “all good things come to an end”, I am more than convinced they’re talking about university holidays, and uni holidays only. It brings me great sadness to say that my two months off from university have come to a close. 619 more words

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Bad news about the trial

The final news I had to await after finding out he had pleaded not guilty was when the trial would be.

The funny thing was, as I was managing to be patient for news, and had started trying to relax and enjoy my year abroad, it was my mum who would always panic and not know how to relax. 477 more words


So like, speech fillers could,uh, actually, you know, work for you. Here's how.

Um, ah, uh.. Like, so, you know, I mean.. These ‘words’ are called ‘space-fillers’. And were previously agreed wholeheartedly to be bad for your reputation. 756 more words


Off work

Two days off work… my employer finally calls me, asking if I want to work, but I don’t want to work today, however I do want to work tomorrow, so I accept working at the hospital tomorrow. 203 more words