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Someone’s Kid is Gonna Name the Next Mars Rover. Why Not Yours?

Do you know the name of the next robotic explorer to set down on the planet Mars? Better still, do you want to name it? If you’re a student age 18 or younger, you have a shot at it. If you’re interested, get your essay-writing game on. NASA will soon be holding a contest to select the official name for its …

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21 Future Jobs the Robots Are Actually Creating

Yes, A.I. will destroy tons of jobs, but it will create tons too. Like these.  By Jessica Stillman  taken from INC.com   According to an Oxford University analysis, close to half of all jobs will be taken over by robots in the next 25 years. No wonder the press is full of handwringing about how workers will adjust and the best way to prepare …

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10 Offbeat Stories You Might Have Missed This Week (8/11/18)

written by: RADU ALEXANDER, AUGUST 11, 2018, taken from www.listverse.com   In case you didn’t find time during the week to pay attention to all the news stories, we’ve got you covered. We examine quite a few mysteries this week. Some involve priceless art, others involve animatronic sharks, and some are extraterrestrial in nature. We also look at some of the …

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What People Call Their Moms And Dads In Other Countries

By Caroline Bologna with HuffPost Mother and Father. Mom and Dad. Mommy and Daddy. Mama and Papa. Ma and Pop. We have many words and nicknames for our parents in the U.S. Naturally, the same is true in other parts of the world, too. We asked HuffPost’s Facebook followers from outside the U.S. to share the terms of endearment they use …

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Trump resets the world stage

By Jeremy Diamond, Jeff Zeleny and Kevin Liptak, CNN Updated 2:56 PM ET, Wed June 13, 2018   Updated 2:56 PM ET, Wed June 13, 2018 Singapore (CNN) – President Donald Trump returned to Washington on Wednesday to piece together a new world reality, one he hopes will result in a nuclear-free North Korea and maybe one day a Nobel Peace Prize. But as his estrangement from …

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UAB professor receives award for malaria prevention study in pregnant women in Cameroon

Jodie Dionne-Odom, M.D., assistant professor in the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Division of Infectious Diseases and chief of Women’s Health Services at UAB’s 1917 Clinic, has been awarded a five-year, $841,000 K23 grant from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development of the National Institutes of Health. The award will fund a randomized controlled phase II study …

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Top 10 Bravest Children in the World

There are a large number of children in this whole world who have stand out from others and have done wonders. These brave works which these children have done has made them real super heroes. It is in fact the blessing for most of us are in this league and watch them doing great and amazing works. With the wonderful …

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