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Are Christian Podcasts Replacing Church? : In 1921, Scientific American published a story titled A New Era in Wireless, reporting that radio was no longer just for experts and tinkerers, but had spread to the masses. In Pittsburgh, the magazine reported, Calvary Episcopal ... Huffington Post, 5 days ago

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Man could set foot on Mars sooner than you think

This article was originally published by Scientific American. Last week NASA hailed the launch of its as the first step toward sending people to Mars. But is a manned mission to the Red Planet really doable? I liken it to the 1920s, 30s, 40s when it ...
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Protect and Maintain America's Scientific Preeminence

Bill Clark via America's economic strength -- and the jobs that flow from it -- are closely tied to the scientific and technological advances of our nation. Protecting and maintaining America's scientific preeminence should, therefore, be a ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago

Obama felicitates Indian American for scientific achievement

Not only did Barack Obama mention and quote Thomas Kailath in his remarks before presenting the StanfordUniversity professor emeritus of engineering with the National Medal of Science, the President also cited Kailath as a shining example of the brilliant talent of immigrants who make invaluable contributions to the United States and the world. In a ceremony at the White House’s East Room November 20, Kailath, 79, was among the 19 scientists awarded for their leadership and achievements.
 Rediff.com1 week ago US presidential medal for Indian-American scientist  Rediff.com4 weeks ago Obama felicitates Indian-American scientist  Jagran Post4 weeks ago President Vladimir Putin is leaving for India for a business visit. There is a large Indian diaspora in the United States - over 2 million Indians who live there and take part in all areas of the American life. Indian top specialists work in the Silicon V  Pravda1 week ago

Indian-American scientist Arun Majumdar named US science envoy

Dr. Arun Majumdar, an Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay alumni is among four eminent scientists chosen to serve as US Science Envoys beginning in January, 2015. Majumdar, a professor at Stanford University and an expert in energy, climate change, and ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Two Indian Little Masters Won The Google Science Fair 2014  Silicon India2 months ago These Indian teenagers won Google Science Fair 2014 Awards  Rediff.com2 months ago

Data Highlighting Neumedicines HemaMax to Be Presented at American...

Neumedicines to Present Clinical and Scientific Data of HemaMax, an Investigational Product Being Developed as a Treatment for Multiple Indications in Hematology and Oncology Neumedicines Inc., a privately held biotechnology company, today announced ...
 PRWeb1 week ago Data Highlighting Neumedicines' HemaMax to Be Presented at American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting (ASH)  MySanAntonio1 week ago

Futurist Addresses Online Murder and Cybercrime at Scientific American

Intelligent Future founder examines a recent Europol cybercrime forecast and other threats. At Scientific American this week, futurist Richard Yonck explores recent developments in online crime, including potential murders over the internet in the ...
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The Saddest Thing I Know about the Integers | Roots of Unity, Scientific American Blog Network

This beautiful instrument cannot be tuned. Image: Gryffindor, via Wikimedia Commons. The integers are a unique factorization domain, so we can't tune pianos. That is the saddest thing I know about the integers. I talked to a Girl Scout troop ...
 Scientific American2 weeks ago

Science journalist sues 'American Hustle' for defamation

 Los Angeles: Crime comedy-drama 'AmericanHustle' has been sued for defamation by a science journalist over a dialogue in the movie. The journalist named Paul Brodeur filed the complaint in Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday, saying that a ...
 Deccan chronicle1 month ago 'American Hustle' sued for defamation by science journalist  Business Standard1 month ago
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US Senator lauds WTO ruling against India on poultry

"This is a major victory for American farmers. The WTO panel agreed with the US case that India lacks any scientific basis to restrict US agricultural products, including US poultry products," US Trade Representative Michael Froman said in a statement.
 Money Control2 months ago
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