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Universities work to balance spending, 'hoarding' large endowments

When it comes to managing large endowments, universities must balance the needs of both current and future students, deciding how much to spend today and how much to save and grow for tomorrow. 788 more words


Yale study: first scary predator was big sea scorpion

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH)– According to a new study done by Yale, earth’s first scary predator was a really big water bug.

The Pentecopterus was a human-sized prehistoric sea scorpion that lurked in the sea 467 million years ago and used its claw arms to grab prey. 228 more words


A story is never finished and never perfect

I could have written the opening line to this article about 10 or 20 times. You as the reader will never know (unless I explicitly tell you) how long it took for me to write something, how many times I redid or reworded the opening and closing thoughts or why I chose to leave out the things that I did. 428 more words

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Novogen's "Comprehensive Science Review"

What a complete and utter farce.

At the end of July, acting CEO Iain Ross informed that markets that he would be conducing a systematic review of Novogen’s (ASX : NRT) prospects, with the goal of a shareholder update by the 1st of September. 604 more words

The Long Tail

What apps do you need? (1)

Honestly I am not an IT guy or CS guy who might be familiar with any kinds of computer language that looks like alien novel to me. 605 more words


We tried to reproduce 100 published psychological studies — the results were abysmal

The ability to repeat a study and find the same results twice is a prerequisite for building scientific knowledge. Replication allows us to ensure empirical findings are reliable and refines our understanding of when a finding occurs. 1,197 more words



1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) United state