September 2012

  1. What Time Is It on Your Circadian Clock? - ScienceNOW
  2. ScienceShot: Ancient Insects Trapped in Time - ScienceNOW
  3. ScienceShot: No Justice for Chimps - ScienceNOW
  4. Animals’ Lifestyles Evolve When Old Genes Learn New Tricks -
  5. Drought Extends, Crops Wither - Interactive Graphic -
  6. To Keep Tesla’s Flame Bright, Fans Return to His Workshop -
  7. Glacier ‘Mice’ Offer a Micro Habitat -
  8. BBC News - Arctic sea ice reaches record low, Nasa says
  9. Climate change deniers 'are either extreme free marketeers or conspiracy theorists’ - Telegraph
  10. BBC News - Tuning a piano 'moulds the mind'
  11. BBC News - Gravity waves spotted from white-dwarf pair
  12. Chimps' Answer to Einstein - ScienceNOW
  13. Scientists' Photos Reveal Their Inner Mr. Spock - ScienceNOW
  14. Robots hunt neurons to record brain activity : Nature News & Comment
  15. BBC News - Chimpanzee grooming is a 'postcode lottery'
  16. BBC News - Antarctic may host methane stores
  17. Tiny Mechanical Scale Weighs Molecules One at a Time - ScienceNOW
  18. Horse gait traced to single mutation : Nature News & Comment
  19. Drinking Too Much? Blame Your Glass - ScienceNOW
  20. Republican Party Platform Has a Lot to Say About Science - ScienceInsider
  21. New DNA Analysis Shows Ancient Humans Interbred with Denisovans: Scientific American
  22. New DNA Analysis Shows Ancient Humans Interbred with Denisovans: Scientific American
  23. Burn Notice: Mustard Species's Specialized Spices Keep Local Bugs at Bay: Scientific American
  24. BBC News - Nasa rover sets off on Mars trek
  25. BBC Nature - Birds hold 'funerals' for dead
  26. BBC News - Eyeless goby fish 10,000km apart share common ancestor
  27. ScienceShot: Pictures Reveal Weight of Cells - ScienceNOW
  28. Caltech-led team creates device to weigh molecules -
  29. Sniffing Out a Subtle Scent, to Help Save Some Whales -
  30. BBC News - Wyoming drops federal protection of gray wolves
  31. BBC News - Gene therapy restores sense of smell in mice
  32. BBC News - What is the smallest possible thing in the universe?
  33. Education Outrage: Back to School: A message to high school students who hate high school; Here is why you hate it
  34. Royal Society Holds Firm Amid Political Challenges to Science -
  35. BBC Nature - 'Mystery' stick insect discovered
  36. One-fifth of invertebrate species at risk of extinction : Nature News & Comment
  37. Experts Issue a Warning as Food Prices Shoot Up -
  38. BBC News - Why top sport stars might have 'more time' on the ball
  39. Democratic Party Platform Mostly Looks Back on Science - ScienceInsider
  40. Obama and Romney Tackle 14 Top Science Questions: Scientific American
  41. To Maximize The Joy Of Eating Candy, Apply Physics : The Salt : NPR
  42. Far From ‘Junk,’ DNA Dark Matter Proves Crucial to Health -
  43. Struggle for Water in Colorado With Rise in Fracking -
  44. BBC News - Detailed map of genome function
  45. BBC News - Shortest laser pulse lasts just 67 attoseconds
  46. BBC News - Dawn probe leaves Asteroid Vesta
  47. BBC Nature - Deep-sea crabs have colour vision
  48. Hunting Kills Boldest Elk, Spares Shiest - ScienceNOW
  49. ScienceShot: The Soaring Secrets of the Albatross - ScienceNOW
  50. Voyager’s long goodbye : Nature News & Comment
  51. BBC News - Nasa's Curiosity rover 'sniffs' Martian air
  52. BBC News - Arctic ice melting at 'amazing' speed, scientists find
  53. Science Groups Slam Iran's Move to Bar Women from 77 Undergraduate Fields - ScienceInsider
  54.  Harvard Psychology Researcher Committed Fraud, U.S. Investigation Concludes - ScienceInsider
  55. Science wins over creationism in South Korea : Nature News & Comment
  56. Super-Stretchy Hydrogel Can Take a Hit: Scientific American
  57. Patagonian Glaciers Melting in a Hurry: Scientific American
  58. College loan reform: The most delightful, but little-noticed, idea in Bill Clinton’s speech.
  59. Sexual selection in the fossil record | Tetrapod Zoology, Scientific American Blog Network
  60. Rabbits show their pain : Nature News & Comment
  61. Curiosity Visits Mars - Slide Show -
  62. Obama Counterpunches on Climate Change -
  63. BBC Nature - Cheetah's speed secrets are revealed
  64. BBC News - Quantum test pricks uncertainty
  65. Vomiting Shrimp and Other Deep-Sea Creatures Light Up the Ocean Floor - ScienceNOW
  66. Why does coffee never taste as good as it smells? - Telegraph
  67. Jonathan Trent: Energy from floating algae pods | Video on
  68. Steering a Rover on Mars -
  69. BBC News - Clays in Pacific lavas back drier early Mars
  70. BBC News - Special Monopoly edition celebrates Alan Turing's life
  71. Volcanic Eruption May Have Caused Marine Life Extinction -
  72. Seven Scientists Win 2012 Lasker Award -
  73. Scientists Find Gene Can Explain Horses’ Ability to Pace -
  74. Who's Trustworthy? A Robot Can Help Teach Us -
  75. Really? Using a Computer Before Bed Can Disrupt Sleep -
  76. Brain Waves Stay Tuned to Early Lessons -
  77. BBC Nature - Antarctic molluscs 'switch sex'
  78. First Golden Goose Awards Honor Ideas That Hatched Unexpectedly - ScienceInsider
  79. ScienceShot: Bird Brains Show Their Fear of Faces - ScienceNOW
  80. ScienceShot: The Bluest Fruit - ScienceNOW
  81. Proof claimed for deep connection between primes : Nature News & Comment
  82. Salton Sea Is Blamed for Southern California Stench -
  83. Virgin births seen in wild vipers : Nature News & Comment
  84. Throw like a girl? With some practice, you can do better. - The Washington Post
  85. Sex Hormones and the Brain -
  86. How to boil water without bubbles : Nature News & Comment
  87. Vote for 'Obam-ney' if You Support Science? - ScienceInsider
  88. Explosive Impact at Jupiter Spotted by Amateur Astronomers: Scientific American
  89. BBC News - Genes for face shape identified
  90. BBC News - Curiosity Mars rover to 'drive, drive, drive'
  91. BBC News - Atomic bond types discernible in single-molecule images
  92. Adult Killer Whales Need Their Mamas - ScienceNOW
  93. Early Isolation Impairs Brain Connections - ScienceNOW
  94. Sequestration Would Cut U.S. Science Budgets By 8.2%, White House Estimates - ScienceInsider
  95. Plight of the Bumblebee - ScienceNOW
  96. The astronomical unit gets fixed : Nature News & Comment
  97. Tandem satellites probe the Moon's interior : Nature News & Comment
  98. Online Mentoring Program to Encourage Women in Sciences -
  99. Job swapping makes its mark on honeybee DNA : Nature News & Comment
  100. Scott Fraser: Why eyewitnesses get it wrong | Video on
  101. New Demotic Dictionary Translates Lives of Ancient Egyptians -
  102. Forest Fire Research Questions the Wisdom of Prescribed Burns -
  103. BBC Nature - Crows can 'reason' about causes, a recent study finds
  104. Video: As the Sperm Swims - ScienceNOW
  105. Did the Reign of Dinosaurs Begin, as Well as End, with a Meteorite Strike?: Scientific American
  107. U.S. House Prepares to Vote on Visas for Foreign STEM Graduates - ScienceInsider
  108. Republicans Push Bill to Help Foreign Science Graduates Stay -
  109. Studies slow the human DNA clock : Nature News & Comment
  110. Creationists and dinosaurs: Answers in Genesis teams with dissident scientists to deny feathered dino fossil record - Slate Magazine
  111. Did Jesus have a wife? - Under God - The Washington Post
  112. BBC News - Record minimum for Arctic sea ice
  113. BBC Nature - Decorative spider webs attract dinner
  114. BBC News - Music from tiny particles' movements set to debut
  115. Mulling Over a Decision Makes People More Selfish, Study Suggests - ScienceNOW
  116. Retraction of First Paper on XMRV Takes Authors by Surprise - ScienceNOW
  117. How to confuse a moral compass : Nature News & Comment
  118. Neuroscience: Idle minds : Nature News & Comment
  119. The Gene Behind Cheetahs’ Spots and Tabbies’ Stripes -
  120. Poor Families Happier, If Not Wealthier, in New Neighborhoods -
  121. BBC News - Ig Nobel honours ponytail physics
  122. Why We Need to Study the Brain’s Evolution in Order to Understand the Modern Mind | Brainwaves, Scientific American Blog Network
  123. African neighbours divided by their genes : Nature News & Comment
  124. Dawn spacecraft finds signs of water on Vesta : Nature News & Comment
  125. BBC News - Human brain gene map shows striking similarities
  126. ScienceShot: Sick Ants Don't Compromise the Whole Nest - ScienceNOW
  127. In Plagiarism Protest, Expat Researchers to Boycott Romanian Conference - ScienceInsider
  128. Bacteria replicate close to the physical limit of efficiency : Nature News & Comment

  1. BBC News - Young cannabis smokers run risk of lower IQ, report claims
  2. BBC News - Vitamin B3 'helps kill superbugs'
  3. Regular Aspirin Use May Aid Prostate Cancer Recovery, Study Finds -
  4. When the Mango Bites Back -
  5.  How Video Games Could Improve Our Vision -
  6. Overtreatment Is Taking a Harmful Toll -
  7. Many Bone Tests for Some, and Too Few for Others -
  8. Infant Antibiotics Linked with Heavier Weight -
  9. Factor in Breast Milk May Cut H.I.V. Spread -
  10. F.D.A. Approves Once-a-Day Pill for H.I.V. -
  11. Sharp Cuts in Dental Coverage for Adults on Medicaid -
  12. New York State Is Investigating Energy Drinks -
  13. Rare Illness Has Killed 2 Lodgers at Yosemite -
  14. Really? During a Heart Attack, Dial 911 and Chew an Aspirin -
  15. BBC News - Traffic-light blood test shows hidden alcohol harm
  16. Pig fever sweeps across Russia : Nature News & Comment
  17. With West Nile On The Rise, We Answer Your Questions : Shots - Health Blog : NPR
  18. Low-Calorie Diet Doesn’t Prolong Life, Study of Monkeys Finds -
  19. Drug-Resistant Human Strains of Staph Bacteria Are Found in Chimps -
  20. BBC News - Repeat abortions linked to premature birth, study suggests
  21. BBC News - Chocolate may protect the brain from stroke
  22. Resistance to backup tuberculosis drugs increases : Nature News & Comment
  23. Soil May Be Source of Drug-Resistant Bacteria - ScienceNOW
  24. BBC News - Active pensioners 'add six years'
  25. BBC News - 'Nano pit' technique to extend life of hip replacements
  26. F.D.A. Approves Drug for Constipation and Irritable Bowel Syndrome -
  27. First Death Is Reported From New Pig Flu Strain -
  28. F.D.A. Approves Prostate Cancer Drug -
  29. Doctors debate safety of starch drips : Nature News & Comment
  30. Lifesize, a Weight-Loss Strategy From an Unlikely Pair -
  31. BBC News - Coconut oil could combat tooth decay
  32. BBC - Newsbeat - Dieticians say extra protein can do more harm than good
  33. The TB test you can do at home : Nature News & Comment
  34. Obesity linked to poor academic performance - Telegraph
  35. Use of Antibiotics in Animals Raised for Food Defies Scrutiny -
  36. Study Questions Advantages of Organic Meat and Produce -
  37. Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis Strains Show Growth Worldwide -
  38. BBC News - Sunshine vitamin 'may help treat tuberculosis'
  39. What causes rosacea? You ‘mite’ not want to know. - The Checkup - The Washington Post
  40. Prolonged CPR Efforts May Be Beneficial, Study Says -
  41. School Bullies Prey on Children with Autism -
  42. Rare Infection Prompts Neti Pot Warning -
  43. Use of Inhalers May Affect Growth -
  44. Anticonvulsant May Relieve Chronic Cough -
  45. BBC News - People can be fat yet fit, research suggests
  46. Alzheimer’s drugs take a new tack : Nature News & Comment
  47. A Clash Over Vertos Medical’s Promising Procedure -
  48. BBC News - Bad sleep may predict Alzheimer's, says study
  49. BBC News - Fish oils 'help slow age decline'
  50. BBC News - West Nile virus death toll in US jumps by a third
  51. Biomarker Predicts Recovery from a Type of Depression: Scientific American
  52. Androgen-Blocking Drug Wins Approval for Prostate Cancer: Scientific American
  53. Easier Than Taking Vitamins -
  54. Amino-acid deficiency underlies rare form of autism : Nature News & Comment
  55. Mylan Invests in EpiPen as Child Allergies Increase -
  56. Cindy Gallop’s Online Effort to Promote ‘Real,’ Not Porn-Fed, Sex -
  57. Arlene Blum’s Crusade Against Toxic Couches -
  58. Portland Weighs Fluoride Years After Broad Acceptance -
  59. Physical Therapists Use Wii Golf to Treat Patients -
  60. Creativity Predicts a Longer Life: Scientific American
  61. Beavers and rabies: What's up with that? - The Checkup - The Washington Post
  62. For a Lung Cancer, Drug Treatment May Be Within Reach -
  63. More Young Adults Have Health Insurance, Study Says -
  64. BBC News - Crippling viral infections 'cause asthma'
  65. Popular Antibiotics May Carry Serious Side Effects -
  66. Vets and Physicians Find Parallels in Medical Research -
  67. Door to Door in Oklahoma City, Preaching Healthy Living -
  68. Are Sugar Substitutes Bad for Teeth? -
  69. Ovarian Cancer Screening Has No Benefit, Panel Says -
  70. Vitamin D Speeds Recovery From Tuberculosis, Scientists Report -
  71. BBC News - Swallowed toothpick causes blood poisoning
  72. BBC News - Diabetes warning for people of Asian, African and Caribbean descent
  73. Need for flu surveillance reiterated : Nature News & Comment
  74. Wearable Robots That Can Help People Walk Again -
  75. Waste and Promise Seen in U.S. Health Care System -
  76. Medical Care Networks Show Savings, Study Finds -
  77. High-Intensity Regimens and Older Exercisers -
  78. Firestorm Erupts Over Transgenic Rice Study in Chinese Children - ScienceInsider
  79. Portland Approves Adding Fluoride to Water by ’14 -
  80. Regulation of Circumcision Method Divides Some Jews -
  81. Young Children’s Deaths Said to Drop Again in 2011 -
  82. Without Alcohol, Red Wine Is Still Beneficial -
  83. Human embryonic stem cells restore gerbil hearing : Nature News & Comment
  84. BBC News - Yosemite park hantavirus alert to 230,000 campers
  85. BBC News - Diabetes link to breast cancer in post-menopausal women
  86. BBC News - Work stress 'raises heart risk'
  87. Rewiring the Autistic Brain - ScienceNOW
  88. Studies offer ‘panoramic view’ of lung cancer : Nature News & Comment
  89. Birds sound the alarm on West Nile Virus : Nature News & Comment
  90. California Tries to Lead Way on Health Law -
  91. For Young Athletes, Good Reasons to Break the Fast-Food Habit -
  92. NIH superbug claims 7th victim - The Washington Post
  93. Abortion debate: Conscience informs both sides, New England Journal of Medicine paper argues - The Checkup - The Washington Post
  94. What causes sinus infections? - The Checkup - The Washington Post
  95. Scientists Make Progress in Tailor-Made Organs -
  96. Human-rights court to rule on fertility-treatment ban : Nature News & Comment
  97. Human Muscle Regenerated With Animal Help -
  98. More Data Suggests Fitness Matters More Than Weight -
  99. Really?: Adding Milk to Tea Destroys its Antioxidants -
  100. Using the Body to Incubate Replacement Organs -
  101. Unpredictability in Dallas West Nile Virus Outbreak -
  102. For Weight Loss, Less Exercise May Be More -
  103. The hidden threat of West Nile virus : Nature News & Comment
  104. Maize cells produce enzyme-replacement drug : Nature News & Comment
  105. Chemical BPA Linked to Obesity in Children: Scientific American
  106. Disputed Study Links Modified Corn to Greater Health Risks -
  107. BG-12 Pill Shows Promise in Suppressing Multiple Sclerosis Relapses -
  108. Transplant Experts Blame Allocation System for Discarding Kidneys -
  109. Washington State Makes It Harder to Forgo Immunizations -
  110. Vaccine's Power Wanes After Last Dose -
  111. Little Difference Seen in Asthma Strategies -
  112. BBC News - A generation may be at higher risk of suicide - researchers
  113. BBC News - 'Popcorn lung': Wayne Watson wins $7.2m in US court
  114. BBC News - Locked-in man continues legal fight for 'right to die'
  115. BBC News - Painkillers 'are the cause' of millions of headaches
  116. Canned Tuna May Contain Excessive Mercury: Scientific American
  117. Obese kids’ taste buds less sensitive, study finds - The Checkup - The Washington Post
  118. Self-harmers at increased risk of early death from all causes - The Checkup - The Washington Post
  119. Life Expectancy for Less Educated Whites in U.S. Is Shrinking -
  120. Poor Pain Control for Cancer Patients -
  121. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Back to Square 1 -
  122. BBC News - Free bus passes 'have health benefits', UK study suggests
  123. Herbal Menopause Supplement Often Contains Other Species, DNA Bar Coding Reveals: Scientific American
  124. Simply Irresistible: Scientists Trace Gluttony's Path in the Brain: Scientific American
  125. Medicare Billing Rises at Hospitals With Electronic Records -
  126. Avoiding Sugared Drinks Limits Weight Gain in Two Studies -
  127. Quiz: Are You Addicted to Food? -
  128. BBC News - Cell death offers hope on fertility and cancer treatment
  129. BBC News - Gene flaw linked to low back pain
  130. Kids Exposed to Mercury or Lead More Likely to Experience Attention Deficit: Scientific American
  131. New System for Patients to Report Medical Mistakes -
  132. BBC News - Swiss vote on full smoking ban
  133. More Breast Cancer Treatments Hinted in Study -
  134. Resistance Low to School Contraceptives Effort, New York Health Officials Say -
  135. Pertussis: A Stubborn and Stealthy Illness -
  136. BBC News - New 'Sars-like' coronavirus identified by UK officials
  137. BBC News - Faith leaders across England in 'HIV healing' claims
  138. Custom gene editing rewrites zebrafish DNA : Nature News & Comment
  139. Fish Oil Supplement Research Remains Murky: Scientific American


  1. Cargo Ship Designers Turn to Wind to Cut Cost and Emissions -
  2. I.B.M. Mainframe Evolves to Serve the Digital World -
  3. Active in Cloud, Amazon Reshapes Computing -
  4. Active in Cloud, Amazon Reshapes Computing -
  5. Muve Music, for Mobile Users, Thrives in Shadow of Competitors -
  6. F.A.A. to Review Rules on Use of Electronic Devices -
  7. Big Brother on a budget: How Internet surveillance got so cheap | Ars Technica
  8. A Banker Bets on Organic Farming -
  9. BBC News - US president appears on social news site Reddit
  10. BBC News - Square Enix's CoreOnline makes console games 'free' online
  11. Kentuckians Fed Up With a Fungus Sue Whiskey Makers -
  12. Amazon’s Streaming-Movie Service Offers Its Own Potluck - State of the Art -
  13. Samsung Is First in Line With a Windows Phone 8 Device -
  14. Using Fertilizer Wisely Could Help Feed 9 Billion People: Scientific American
  15. How to Propose the Pogue Way -
  16. BBC News - Scanning plan aims to help robots in the home
  17. BBC News - SafetyNet emergency exits for fish win Dyson award
  18. U.S. Approves Trial Drilling for Shell Near Alaska, With Conditions -
  19. TV Guide Goes From Coffee Table to the Tablet -
  20. Apple Rejects App Tracking Drone Strikes -
  21. Catfish Farmers Fight Fish Glut and High Feed Prices -
  22. BBC News - Eye-controlled Gaze TV unveiled by Haier and Tobii
  23. Microbe-Free Beaches, Thanks to Dogs - ScienceNOW
  24. Turning on the Zap: New York City Readies World's Largest UV Drinking-Water Disinfection Plant: Scientific American
  25. Standards for Fast Charging Are Getting No Closer -
  26. GPS and Human Error Can Lead Drivers Astray - Digital Domain -
  27. Kindle Fire won't go big to take on iPad | Mobile - CNET News
  28. Project Aims to Harness Wave Energy Off the Oregon Coast -
  29. Forget Passwords: How Playing Games Can Make Computers More Secure: Scientific American
  30. Hackers Claim to Have 12 Million Apple Device Records -
  31. As Uber’s Taxi-Hailing App Comes to New York, Its Legality Is Questioned -
  32. Zello, HeyTell and Voxer Make Your Smartphone a Walkie-Talkie - David Pogue -
  33. Home of the Future Still Years Away -
  34. Start-Up Offers a New Way to Shop for Office Supplies -
  35. BBC News - Airbus details Smarter Skies vision for planes in 2050
  36. BBC News - BP unveils new technology to boost oil production
  37. BBC News - Sweden tops Tim Berners-Lee's web index
  38. Fish trawling reshapes deep-sea canyons : Nature News & Comment
  39. E-Mail Birthday Intrigue -
  40. Amazon Updates Its Kindle Line of E-Readers -
  41. Cheetah Robot runs 28.3 mph; a bit faster than Usain Bolt - YouTube
  42. Smugglers Sell Coolant Tied to Global Warming -
  43. High-Frequency Trading of Stocks Is Two Critics’ Target -
  44. Data-Driven Discovery Is Tech’s New Wave - Unboxed -
  45. Sparkabilities Babies 1 HD, Talking Tom Cat and Other Apps for Babies - App Smart -
  46. Sales Incentives at Staples Draw Complaints — The Haggler -
  47. Another Way to Take Your iPad Underwater -
  48. Hetch Valley Measure Pits Bay Area Against Environmentalists -
  49. For Kansas City, Google Internet Drive Becomes Civic Cause -
  50. Teaching the F.A.A. That Dogs Don't Buckle Up -
  51. Foxconn Said to Use Forced Student Labor to Make iPhones -
  52. U.S. Missile Defense Protections Are Called Vulnerable -
  53. Amazon, Forced to Collect Sales Tax, Aims to Keep Its Competitive Edge -
  54. More Soot Than Sparks From Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD - Review -
  55. A Class to Teach You How to Use Google -
  56. The Sky Is the Limit for Wind Power: Scientific American
  57. The iPhone 5: My First Impressions -
  58. Microwave weapons: Wasted energy : Nature News & Comment
  59. Facebook experiment boosts US voter turnout : Nature News & Comment
  60. A Sound System as Resonant a Concert Hall - Tool Kit -
  61. BBC News - Malware inserted on PC production lines, says study
  62. Google Won’t Rethink Anti-Islam Video’s Status -
  63. BBC News - Van Gogh's Flowers In A Blue Vase damage seen in X-rays
  64. World Hunger, the Problem Left Behind - Economic View -
  65. Championing a Farm to Table Movement in Texas -
  66. The Thiel Fellows, Forgoing College to Pursue Dreams -
  67. Aereo Distributes Local TV Channels via the Internet -
  68. Apps That Recall a Time Before There Were Apps -
  69. L.A. Metro: How Los Angeles is becoming America’s next great mass-transit city. - Slate Magazine
  70. Buyers in impulse mode as last ‘tax-free’ shopping day for Californians on Amazon looms - The Washington Post
  71. A Robot With a Delicate Touch -
  72. BBC News - Motorola's first Intel-powered handset launches in UK
  73. Keystrokes in Google Bare Shocking Rumors About Bettina Wulff -
  74. Coursera Adds 17 Partner Universities, Including Brown and Columbia -
  75. A Boost for an App That Replaces Digital Picture Frames -
  76. Tissue-Engineered Leather Could be Mass-Produced by 2017: Scientific American
  77. Warm Currents: Graphite Powder Stirs Up Hints of Room-Temperature Superconductivity: Scientific American
  78. Endeavour’s Last Journey, Through Contentious Space -
  79. An Alert System for Security Breaches -
  80. BBC News - BBC replacing Flash with its own media player
  81. Materials for Converting Waste Heat to Energy Pass Critical Milestone - ScienceNOW
  82. New York State’s Decision on Hydrofracking Will Await Health Review -
  83. Wal-Mart Says It Will Stop Selling Amazon’s Kindle -
  84. To Stay Relevant in a Career, Workers Train Nonstop -
  85. BBC News - Cranfield firm's 'breakthrough' for English airships
  86. Data Centers Waste Vast Amounts of Energy, Belying Industry Image -
  87. Weighing Apps for an On-Demand Economy -
  88. Computer Precision for Power Tools — Novelties -
  89. Duplicate Payments Bedevil V.A. Pension System, Workers Say -
  90. Data Centers in Rural Washington State Gobble Power -
  91. BBC News - Facebook friends mapped by Wolfram Alpha app
  92. How manufacturers and community colleges are teaming up?German-style?to create high-paying factory jobs. By Dana Goldstein - Made in America: How To Reinvent American Manufacturing - Slate Hive