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World's Oldest High-wire Artiste Hums Along at 98

Kassel (Germany): Konrad Thurano, 98, is not too good on his legs, even with the aid of a walking stick, but put him on a tightrope and he seems// years - no, decades - younger. Thurano believes he is the world's oldest high-wire artiste still performing, and no one has found an active cente...

Canada to host diabetes mega-congress

...oming these thousands of WDC delegates and sharing the excitement of our city, from its gourmet dining to its shopping and culture, to a downtown that hums with round-the-clock action. It will be at least another decade before this distinguished meeting is held in North America again, so we intend to roll...
Hums in Biological News

Sorry, Charlie, you and Nemo aren't the only fish that talk

...n beings to verbally communicate--not to mention birds to sing, and frogs to "ribbit"--was likely laid down hundreds of millions of years ago with the hums and grunts of fish. According to Bass, the research also provides a framework for neuroscientists and evolutionary biologists studying social behav...

From humming fish to Puccini: Vocal communication evolved with ancient species

... It's a long way from the dull hums of the amorous midshipman fish to the strains of a Puccini aria or, alas, ...ertebrates was likely laid down hundreds of millions of years ago with the hums and grunts of the homely piscine. By mapping the developing brain cells in...

How fish hear and make sounds at same time

...hum to attract a mate or grunt when stressed. When courting, the midshipman hums continuously for up to two hours to attract a female, who may deposit up to 200 eggs, which the male fertilizes. The next night, the male hums again to attract a new mate. In one season, a successful male may end up fe...
Hums in Biological Technology

Is corporate branding key for IPOs?

...more money, all in hope of prove themselves right. Expensive blitzes simply prolong the agony. While the name regardless of its origin and its history hums along for a free ride. History gets written. For any IPO planning, a clear and distinct powerful name is a prerequisite, and this process must be c...

Stay in the driver's seat, but don't ditch technology

...a for egregious gold-plating and over-promising. Yes, it boggles the mind that some scruffy-looking programmer or little box that just sits there and hums costs so much money. All true, but I have yet to hear a single voice raised to suggest that we should drive the budget for technology to zero. Ever...
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