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Human Genome Project Achieves Technological Triumph

...te on “MCS Poll” if u think this human scientific triumph is likely to be abused by the society....

Valley's Winters - Time For Nostalgia And Salt Tea

...ion, but the underlying message is that of truth's triumph over evil. It was because of such heritage that the people remained essentially noble in their dealings.' And how does the younger generation react to Habibullah's reminiscences? Says his son Showkat: 'When father sits wrapped in his warm blanket,...

Legalization of Abortion in Mexico City Raises Heckles

... Decriminalizing abortion is a historic triumph, a triumph of the left,' said city legislator Jorge Diaz Cuervo, a social democrat who voted for the bill. 'Today, there is a new atmosphere in this city. It is the atmosphere of freedom.' But it has also sent alarming ripples across Mexico and even parts of...

Super Fruit Fly may Harbor Hope for Human Longevity

...ral promise in pharmaceutical development . In a triumph for pests, scientists have found out how to make the fruit fly live longer. But the development may still have something for humans. As reported online in Nature Chemical Biology, the discovery that a single protein can slow down aging holds implic...

Pride, Even the Hubristic Kind, Allows Us to Survive

...e have a propensity to associate pride either with triumph and self-assurance, which the authors term authentic pride, or they link it to self-aggrandizement and arrogance, called hubristic pride. While authentic pride was connected to more positive personality characteristics than the hubristic type, the...

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(Date:7/9/2014)... 2014) Emerging fungal pathogens pose a greater ... causing population declines of amphibians, bats, corals, bees ... South Florida published in the prestigious journal ... or immunological resistance to a deadly chytrid fungus ... "Acquired resistance is important because it is the ...
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(Date:7/9/2014)... shows that some shark species may be able to cope ... with rising temperatures. , The Arctic today is best known ... always like that. Roughly 53 to 38 million years ago ... was more similar to a huge temperate forest with brackish ... of tapirs, hippo-like creatures, crocodiles and giant tortoises. Much of ...
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