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In a commencement address to business students at Columbia University, New York Times CEO Mark Thompson hailed the company's digital subscription strategy and dismissed skeptics who say media outlets can't reinvent themselves.
They do not correspond to a simple stimulus/response linkage, but arise from the networking of different neural circuits.
By James Hedberg for Columbia University. Artistic image illustration of butterfly departing from graphene moire pattern formed on the top of atomically thin boron nitride substrate.
A warmer climate means more extremely hot days in summer , and fewer extremely cold days in winter, meaning people are more likely to die in summer than they used to be, and less so in winter.
A study in the journal Nature Climate Change suggests that heat deaths in Manhattan will increase over the rest of this century in connection with higher temperatures associated with global warming.
Chelsea Clinton is wearing a new professional hat, one that will take her into a religious direction.
Every pure mathematician has experienced that awkward moment when asked, "So what's your research good for?" There are standard responses: a proud "Nothing!"; an explanation that mathematical research is an art form like, say, Olympic gymnastics ; or a stammered response that so much of pure math has ended up finding application that maybe, ... (more)
As the weather in New York City creeps back toward summer-like temperatures, a bit of warning: Enjoy it while you can.
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The allure of personalized medicine has made new, more efficient ways of sequencing genes a top research priority.