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Oct
20

The informal water markets of Bangalore are a view of the future

Bangalore is home to some ten million people. It might also be the next city to experience “day zero”: when it runs out of groundwater entirely.
But in settlements just outside the city centre, people already live without municipal water supplies…

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Oct
06

The Training Of Dr. Robot: Data Wave Hits Medical Care

The technology used by Facebook, Google and Amazon to turn spoken language into text, recognize faces and target advertising could help doctors combat one of the deadliest killers in American hospitals.
Clostridium difficile, a deadly bacterium …

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Oct
05

Tuition-Free Med School Touches Off Multimillion-Dollar Debate

New York University’s School of Medicine is learning that no good deed goes unpunished.
The highly ranked medical school announced with much fanfare Aug. 16 that it is raising $600 million from private donors to eliminate tuition for all its students …

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Oct
01

Hydrogen – Coal of the future (#2)

One of the main motivations is that scientists, engineers, and politicians see the great promise of hydrogen as a clean fuel, no pollution. That’s the nirvana that everyone’s looking for. Politically, it’s very attractive. A lot of areas in the country have real…

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Sep
28

Hydrogen – Coal of The Future (#1)

If I were a science-fiction writer trying to dream up the perfect fuel, I could hardly do better than hydrogen.

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Sep
27

So Much Care It Hurts: Unneeded Scans, Therapy, Surgery Only Add To Patients’ Ills

When Annie Dennison was diagnosed with breast cancer last year, she readily followed advice from her medical team, agreeing to harsh treatments in the hope of curing her disease.“You’re terrified out of your mind” after a diagnosis

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Sep
25

The Scents of Gurugram

For a few years now there has been an expressed need to regulate volatile organic compounds from organic solvents in paints and varnishes by means of legal measures. Many of these toxic solvents continue to be replaced by more environmentally…

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Sep
24

Bad Air And Inadequate Data Prove An Unhealthy Mix

WASCO, Calif. — Kira Hinslea wanted to play outside, but she knew she couldn’t until her mom checked an air-quality app on her phone.
“Is it OK?” the 6-year-old eagerly asked her mother, Shirley Hinslea, one day late last month.

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Feb
08

Diesel engines pumping out pollutants up to a staggering 70 times higher than accepted levels

A new research has revealed that diesel cars are spitting out another little-known pollutant at dangerous levels. This hidden by-product contributes to both ozone and particulate matter. These are known to be some of the worst air pollutants due to the damage they…

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Dec
26

Digital Journalism

Digital Rights Foundation (DRF) of Pakistan has launched a campaign for the safety and security of the journalists who are working…

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