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Food safety compromises can carry costly consequences

FOOD SAFETY COMPROMISES CAN CARRY COSTLY CONSEQUENCES

Editor's note: This is the fourth of a four-part series on technology and food safety sponsored by PAR Technologies. Fourth-eight million...

HAVEN Highlights MOUNTAIN RESEARCH in Latest Fall/Winter 2017 Editorial

HAVEN HIGHLIGHTS MOUNTAIN RESEARCH IN LATEST FALL/WINTER 2017 EDITORIAL

Canadian retailer HAVEN is back with another Fall/Winter 2017 style guide , this time highlighting Japanese label MOUNTAIN RESEARCH....

 
 
 
The hunt for opioid alternatives: Researchers look to sensory blocking substances from the ocean

THE HUNT FOR OPIOID ALTERNATIVES: RESEARCHERS LOOK TO SENSORY BLOCKING SUBSTANCES FROM THE OCEAN

Over two million people in the U.S. have become dependent on opioid drugs, with approximately 52,000 overdose deaths in 2015. The country's...

Google's new photography apps give your photos and videos a quirky touch

GOOGLE'S NEW PHOTOGRAPHY APPS GIVE YOUR PHOTOS AND VIDEOS A QUIRKY TOUCH

As part of its "Appsperiments" research project series, Google released three new apps built specifically for mobile photography. We...

 
 
 
IOS 11.2.1 jailbreak on iPhone X revealed by Alibaba researchers

IOS 11.2.1 JAILBREAK ON IPHONE X REVEALED BY ALIBABA RESEARCHERS

Last week, Apple released the iOS 11.2.1 update, addressing a number of software bugs for iPhone and iPad owners. However, only a few...

Investors won't dump gold for bitcoin - Goldman Sachs

INVESTORS WON'T DUMP GOLD FOR BITCOIN - GOLDMAN SACHS

Gold and bitcoin buyers are different groups of people, according to Jeffrey Currie, the global head of commodities research at Goldman...

 
 
 
Jailbreak of iPhone X and latest iOS v11.2.1 found by Alibaba researchers

JAILBREAK OF IPHONE X AND LATEST IOS V11.2.1 FOUND BY ALIBABA RESEARCHERS

Jailbreaking iPhones still is a big deal for some even though interest in it is not as strong as in early years. Speaking of which,...

DESIGNING AN AUTONOMOUS INTEGRATED DOWNSTREAM SEQUENCE FROM A BATCH SEPARATION PROCESS - AN INDUSTRIAL CASE STUDY

This work is a proof of concept of how a sequence of industrial batch separation steps together are used to form an integrated autonomous...

 
 
 
Is the Pentagon's shadowy secret UFO research program still going on?

IS THE PENTAGON'S SHADOWY SECRET UFO RESEARCH PROGRAM STILL GOING ON?

For five years, the Pentagon ran a secret program to investigate UFO sightings. Although government funding ended, the head of the...

MODULATION OF THE REGIOSELECTIVITY OF THERMOMYCES LANUGINOSUS LIPASE VIA BIOCATALYST ENGINEERING FOR THE ETHANOLYSIS OF OIL IN FULLY ANHYDROUS MEDIUM

Enzymatic ethanolysis of oils (for example, high oleic sunflower oil containing 90% of oleic acid) may yield two different reaction...

 
 
 
China, Britain pledge cooperation as UK leaves EU

CHINA, BRITAIN PLEDGE COOPERATION AS UK LEAVES EU

BEIJING - Britain and China have pledged to cooperate in clean energy research and promote global use of Beijing's currency as the...

Land-grant universities boost food safety for freshcut produce

LAND-GRANT UNIVERSITIES BOOST FOOD SAFETY FOR FRESHCUT PRODUCE

Editor's note: This information is from agisamerica.org , a website supporting the work of the Association of Public & Land-Grant Universities. Food...

 
 
 
Facebook defends itself against social media critics

FACEBOOK DEFENDS ITSELF AGAINST SOCIAL MEDIA CRITICS

Facebook Inc on Friday struck back against scientific researchers and tech industry insiders who have criticized the world's biggest...

Children exposed to air pollution are at risk of asthma

CHILDREN EXPOSED TO AIR POLLUTION ARE AT RISK OF ASTHMA

Researchers at The Johns Hopkins University found a mix of dust, sand and non-exhaust tailpipe emissions increases youngsters under...

 
 
 
Your memory is best when thinking about your children

YOUR MEMORY IS BEST WHEN THINKING ABOUT YOUR CHILDREN

Binghampton University in New York has found that human memory is better when we are thinking about raising our children, new research...

Italian family are unable to feel pain

ITALIAN FAMILY ARE UNABLE TO FEEL PAIN

Researchers from the University College London found the family's inability to feel pain lets certain relatives tolerate dangerously...

 
 
 
Security alert: Voice impersonators can trick voice recognition systems, according to research

SECURITY ALERT: VOICE IMPERSONATORS CAN TRICK VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEMS, ACCORDING TO RESEARCH

Voice security systems are becoming increasingly common as authentication and security features. Part of this growing usage are the...

Legal drugs kill more people than illegal ones: Research shows prescription drugs are the 3rd leading cause of death

LEGAL DRUGS KILL MORE PEOPLE THAN ILLEGAL ONES: RESEARCH SHOWS PRESCRIPTION DRUGS ARE THE 3RD LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH

According to Peter C. Gøtzsche, a Danish physician and medical researcher, prescription drugs are the third leading cause of death...

 
 
 
Facebook researched why social media can make people unhappy to help create new features that let you 'snooze' people and 'take a break' from your ex

FACEBOOK RESEARCHED WHY SOCIAL MEDIA CAN MAKE PEOPLE UNHAPPY TO HELP CREATE NEW FEATURES THAT LET YOU 'SNOOZE' PEOPLE AND 'TAKE A BREAK' FROM YOUR EX

Facebook introduced new newsfeed tools on Friday, one of which will let you snooze updates from people or pages for 30 days. The snooze...