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Découvrez quelle était la chanson n°1 des charts (US) le jour de votre naissance

Découvrez quelle était la chanson n°1 des charts (US) le jour de votre naissance | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Un petit service sympa fourni par le site du Billboard américain, qui permet de retrouver la chanson qui était en tête des ventes et des passages radio le jour de votre naissance.
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This drone-filmed video of Chernobyl is the most haunting thing you’ll see all week

This drone-filmed video of Chernobyl is the most haunting thing you’ll see all week | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Thankfully, the closest most of us have come to living in a post-apocalyptic nuclear wasteland has been playing the Fallout series.
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Long-term study finds zero link between violence in video games and real life

Long-term study finds zero link between violence in video games and real life | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
The first long-term study has been completed on the link between the consumption of violent media and real-life violent acts, and has found... there is none. In fact, the only possible trend that cropped up over the last century was that an...

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Wow of the week: The Pentagon is ready for the zombie apocalypse

Wow of the week: The Pentagon is ready for the zombie apocalypse | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Now all of this might seem like a bit of an overreaction, but regardless, it is the Day of the Dead, so let’s be aware of what preparation is in place.
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Quiz: how many calories are in these alcoholic drinks?

Quiz: how many calories are in these alcoholic drinks? | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
A new study by the Royal Society of Public Health shows that most of us don't know how many calories there are in our favourite drinks. Does that apply to you?
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Dead hearts transplanted into living patients in world first

Dead hearts transplanted into living patients in world first | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Breakthrough by Australian surgeons at St Vincents hospital could save the lives of 30% more heart transplant patients
In a world first, Australian surgeons have successfully transplanted dead hearts into patients at Sydneys St Vincents hospital.
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MIT Neurotech: Mapping the Brain with Connectomics - Scientific American (blog)

MIT Neurotech: Mapping the Brain with Connectomics - Scientific American (blog) | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
We can make movies using atoms as characters, grow organs and even skydive from space, yet when it comes to understanding the finer details of the 1.3 kilogram organ ...
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This App Turns Your Phone Into A Cosmic Ray Detector

This App Turns Your Phone Into A Cosmic Ray Detector | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
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October 14, 2014
Donate your phone’s capabilities to science! Plus, if physicists use data from your phone in their paper, then you’ll get credited as an author.
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▶ PHANTOM FLEX 4K 1000FPS (ULTRAHD) - YouTube

▶ PHANTOM FLEX 4K 1000FPS (ULTRAHD) - YouTube | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
We created this video in conjunction with SES (http://www.ses.com), a worldwide satellite company with headquarters in Luxembourg. SES is a great group to co...
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How to Get Your Employees to Speak Up

How to Get Your Employees to Speak Up | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Getting candid opinions from your direct reports can be difficult. After all, no one wants to upset the boss.
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Scientists use gaming software to develop 5D movies for stem cell analysis

Scientists use gaming software to develop 5D movies for stem cell analysis | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
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October 10, 2014
RPI grad and NSCI scientists use gaming software to develop 5D movies for stem cell analysis
RENSSELAER N.Y. –RPI graduate and Associate Professor of electrical and computer engineering at Drexel University, Dr.
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All Alone in the Night - Time-lapse footage of the Earth as seen from the ISS - YouTube

Images: http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/ Music: 'Freedom Fighters' by Two Steps from Hell Inspiration: http://youtu.be/74mhQyuyELQ Editor: David Peterson Serving Sug...

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Man Locked-In After Stroke Communicates Again via Brain-Computer Interface

Man Locked-In After Stroke Communicates Again via Brain-Computer Interface | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
ALS patient from a related study communicating using a brain-computer interface.
Finding yourself “locked-in” due to disease or injury is probably one of the most frightening and mentally challenging situations a person can find oneself in.
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The Runner -Exploit yourself-

Exploit yourself is a Spec commercial inspired by NIKE. Directed by Carl Erik Rinsch, Expliot yourself talks about your own limits. The commercial was produced…

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Childbirth Simulator Shock Pads Help Men Understand A Woman’s Pain During Labor

Childbirth Simulator Shock Pads Help Men Understand A Woman’s Pain During Labor | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Thanks to a new childbirth simulator shock pad, men can now step in their wives’ shoes and experience the agonizing pain of enduring labor.
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101 Questions: a new series of interviews with notable bioinformaticians

101 Questions: a new series of interviews with notable bioinformaticians | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
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MARCH 25, 2014
I’ve noticed recently that more and more bioinformaticians are talking about what it means to be a bioinformatician, and — in an ideal world — what sort of trainingbioinformaticians of the future should be getting.
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‘Treasure in saliva’ may reveal deadly diseases early enough to treat them

‘Treasure in saliva’ may reveal deadly diseases early enough to treat them | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Xinshu (Grace) Xiao and David Wong in Dr.
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Atom-width nanotechnology sensor could provide unprecedented insights into brain structure and function

Atom-width nanotechnology sensor could provide unprecedented insights into brain structure and function | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
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October 25, 2014
(Nanowerk News) Understanding the anatomical structure and function of the brain is a longstanding goal in neuroscience and a top priority of President Obama’s brain initiative.
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Paralysed man Darek Fidyka walks again after pioneering surgery

Paralysed man Darek Fidyka walks again after pioneering surgery | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Medical team regrow cells of patients severed spine in breakthrough that offers hope to millions with disabilityA man who was completely paralysed from the waist down can walk again after a British-funded surgical breakthrough which offers hope to...
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World war one in Google Street View

World war one in Google Street View | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
From British prisoners of war being marched through Bruges to anti-aircraft guns on the Eiffel Tower and new recruits in Toronto, our Street View specialist takes us back 100 years Continue reading...
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Sharrock's curator insight, October 17, 2014 2:03 PM

This could be something exciting that would transform field trips by giving the trip a fourth dimension--time. Photos and film at the exact locations students visit could change the ways student engage with history and explore contexts.

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The Future As History - Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies

The Future As History - Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
It is a risky business trying to predict the future, and although it makes some sense to try to get a handle on what the world might be like in one’s lifetime, one might wonder what’s even the point of all this prophecy that stretches out beyond...
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7 Spectacular Crowdfunding Fails

7 Spectacular Crowdfunding Fails | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
Some crowd-funded projects are awesome, and bring great but simple ideas to life . Others, not so much . But whether they're grounded, or impossibly optimistic, all crowd-funding projects have a chance to fail, spectacularly.
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Dr. Aubrey de Grey discusses the science of immortality

Steve Warner hosts a weekly interview show to discuss the unexplained, true crime, science, technology, global affairs... and more.

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Cure for Type 1 diabetes imminent after Harvard stem-cell breakthrough

Cure for Type 1 diabetes imminent after Harvard stem-cell breakthrough | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
SOURCE October 10, 2014 Harvard University has produced the vast quantities of insulin-producing cells needed for transplants A cure for diabetes could be imminent after scientists discovered how to make huge quantities of insulin-producing cells,...
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A scientific selfie project hopes to stimulate interest in STEAM careers

A scientific selfie project hopes to stimulate interest in STEAM careers | ExpDiM | Scoop.it
A program to stimulate girls’ interest in science, technology, engineering, art and math is crossing streams with the very unscientific, cheesy pop culture trend of selfies.
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