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Scientists Find the 'Missing Link': A 47million-Year-Old Lemur That Could Revolutionise How We See Human Evolution
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, study, lemur like creature, discovery, human evolution, family tree, interesting )

Simone
- 3162 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
Her name is Ida, she is three feet tall and if scientists are right, she could be a common ancestor of apes and monkeys - and you. Researchers yesterday revealed the beautifully preserved remains of the lemur-like creature who died in a lake 47million
Recap: The Winner, the Crashes | IndyStar.Com | The Indianapolis Star
Society & Culture  (tags: indy, indianapolis, racecar, racing, speedway, helio castoneves, danica patrick, champion, winner )

Jean
- 3163 days ago - indystar.com
The storybook ending happened. Helio Castroneves, who just months ago fought off tax evasion charges, returned to Indianapolis Motor Speedway and won his third Indianapolis 500 today, claiming the checkered flag from the pole over fellow former 500 winner
MICHELLE OBAMA COMMENCEMENT SPEECH: UC Merced (VIDEO, FULL TEXT)
Society & Culture  (tags: education, children, politics, humans, freedoms, society, women )

Jean
- 3170 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
Making her debut as a commencement speaker before a crowd of 12,000 on Saturday, FIrst Lady Michelle Obama praised graduates at the University of California, Merced, the state's smallest, youngest public university. She urged the 493 members of the school
Darwin's Radio: Prehistoric Gene Reawakens to Battle HIV
Health & Wellness  (tags: HIV, AIDS, infection, immunity, gene, genome, latent, monkey, scientist, protein, cell, human )

Jean
- 3188 days ago - dailygalaxy.com
Scientists knew Old World monkeys had a built-in immunity to HIV: a protein called retrocyclin which can prevent HIV from entering cell walls and starting an infection. So they began poring over the human genome, looking to see if humans had a latent gene
Ontario to Enact Toughest Pesticide Ban in Canada
Environment  (tags: environment, goodnews, green )

AWAY AWHI
- 3193 days ago - enn.com
Ontario will enact the toughest rules in Canada when its pesticide ban takes effect today, a move that could land the province in the legal crosshairs of an international trade dispute.
Coffee: The Great Energy Sapper
Green Lifestyle  (tags: coffee, caffeine, chocolate, cacao, cocoa, tea, organic, pesticides, sustainable, crops, toxic, environment )

Jean
- 3194 days ago - fredericpatenaude.com
Coffee is the most important crop in the world. Coffee also happens to be one of the most heavily sprayed agricultural crops. In the countries where it is grown, there are few restrictions concerning pesticide use, where there are fewer laws to protect wo
Exclusive: Susan Boyle's First Ever Song Release Revealed - Listen to It Here - The Daily Record
Society & Culture  (tags: susan boyle, britain, talent, music, singer, sensation, awesome, dream, glasgow, scotland )

Jean
- 3200 days ago - dailyrecord.co.uk
THE Daily Record has uncovered the only CD ever made by Scotland's singing sensation Susan Boyle. And you can listen to it EXCLUSIVELY on our player below. It emerged last night that Susan, whose Britain's Got Talent triumph has made her an instant supers
Chocolate Scorecard '09 [Pdf]
Green Lifestyle  (tags: chocolate, fair trade, hershey, nestle, starbucks, africa, child, labor )

Jean
- 3264 days ago - laborrights.org
The major US chocolate companies signed an agreement in 2001 (called the Harkin-Engel Protocol) committing to ensuring that they were not purchasing cocoa beans harvested by the worst forms of child labor, but in 2009, children continue to work in West Af
Meat Repeat: Would You Eat Cloned Meat?
Animals  (tags: )

Judith
- 3296 days ago - smm.org
Have you ever had that hamburger or steak that you liked so much you just wanted to eat it again and again? Well, you might be able to eat meat produced by the same set of animal genes for years and years if a plan for the sale of cloned meat gets governm
 
 
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