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12 Totally Ridiculous Resume Mistakes

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A new survey of almost 2,300 hiring managers nationwide asked what would make them automatically dismiss a candidate. (RT @jobmanji: Funny but true #CV mistakes you'll want to avoid..
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What the Heck Is a Road Diet?

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You might have heard the term “road diet” which sounds like the dining habits of some asphalt-chomping ogre. And it kind of is! But what does it really mean?
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Chemists solve major piece of cellular mystery

Chemists solve major piece of cellular mystery | News we like | Scoop.it
Not just anything is allowed to enter the nucleus, the heart of eukaryotic cells where, among other things, genetic information is stored. A double membrane, called the nuclear envelope, serves as a wall, protecting the contents of the nucleus.
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How to Finally Catch Up on Your Read-It-Later Backlog

How to Finally Catch Up on Your Read-It-Later Backlog | News we like | Scoop.it
The internet’s a big place and growing all the time—it’s no surprise that many of us rely on a read-it-later tool to stockpile articles and posts we just don’t have time to get to immediately.
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This 3D printer creates objects from 10 materials at once

This 3D printer creates objects from 10 materials at once | News we like | Scoop.it
A new 3D printer capable of producing objects with up to 10 materials at once has been unveiled. By: Michael Rundle, Continue reading...
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This Week's Puzzle Puts Your Logical Reasoning to the Test

This Week's Puzzle Puts Your Logical Reasoning to the Test | News we like | Scoop.it
Don’t answer this puzzle too quickly. Read the question closely, and consider your answer carefully (especially if you’ve seen this kind of puzzle before). Read more...
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Living in a human zoo on an alien planet is as crazy as it sounds

Living in a human zoo on an alien planet is as crazy as it sounds | News we like | Scoop.it
That powerful un-motivating slacker voice inside me thinks that living in a human zoo ruled by aliens wouldn’t be so bad. You don’t have to worry about work, housing, cleaning, food, or even sex.
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Einstein's Legacy: The Photoelectric Effect

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Despite the popularity of Einstein's theories of relativity and his musings on black holes, Einstein's Nobel Prize in physics was actually awarded for his discovery of the photoelectric effect. This...
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MIT’s Glass 3D Printer

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How hot does your 3D printer’s hot end get? Most low cost printers heat up to 240°C (464°F) at the most because they contain PEEK which starts to get soft if you go much higher.
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Wolves Return To California

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Researchers have confirmed that these five wolf pups — born this spring — are the first born wild in California in over 100 years. Along with their mommy and daddy, they form the newly dubbed “Shasta Pack.” Wolves now call California home again.
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Welcome to Dismaland: Banksy's gleefully warped anti-theme park

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    Anonymous art world provocateur Banksy isn't afraid of making a subversive statement. His latest work? A sprawling and darkly surreal "bemusement park" that turns the notion of a family-friendly trip to the seaside completely on its head.
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We can now 3D-print glass -- and it looks amazing

We can now 3D-print glass -- and it looks amazing | News we like | Scoop.it
    A method for 3D-printing glass that uses cartridges heated to 1,000°C has been developed by researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
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A Lot of Published Psychology Results are Bullshit

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Science is a messy, error fraught business, which is why reproducibility is so essential. Unfortunately, that doesn’t appear to be one of psychology’s strong suits, according to a massive analysis published yesterday in Science.
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Researcher develops cheaper, better LED technology

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A Florida State University engineering professor has developed a new highly efficient and low cost light emitting diode that could help spur more widespread adoption of the technology.
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Sick Ants Seek Out Medicinal Food

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Healthy ants wanted nothing to do with free-radical-rich foodstuff, but ants exposed to a pathogenic fungus sought the stuff, which upped their odds of survival. Christopher Intagliata reports.
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Open Bionics 3D-printed robotic hand wins Dyson Award

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A 3D-printed robotic hand that costs just £1,000 to produce has won the 2015 James Dyson Award in the UK. By: James Temperton, Continue reading...
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Why There Will Never Be Another Einstein

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No modern scientists comes close to Einstein's moral as well as scientific stature. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Hardcore Pirates Are Reportedly Banning Windows 10

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There’s casual Pirate Bay piracy, and then there’s private torrent trackers: members-only clubs that share the best movie and TV rips among themselves.
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Japanese whisky arrives at the International Space Station

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An unmanned cargo ship loaded with emergency supplies—including Japanese whisky—successfully docked at the International Space Station early Tuesday, officials said.
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North Korea's Internet Is Basically That Town From The Truman Show

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North Korea is one of the most isolated countries in the world. But a new interview with a telecommunications employee who worked inside the country is full of surprises about what kind of phone and internet access the average North Korean has.
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Science Keeps Beer Out of Plastic Bottles, But Japan Might Change That

Science Keeps Beer Out of Plastic Bottles, But Japan Might Change That | News we like | Scoop.it
Ever wonder why beer never comes in plastic bottles? It’s because it affects the brew’s quality. But a major Japanese beer company has new plans to make a better beer bottle.
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MIT’s MultiFab 3D Printer Is One Giant Leap Towards a Real-Life Replicator

MIT’s MultiFab 3D Printer Is One Giant Leap Towards a Real-Life Replicator | News we like | Scoop.it
One day 3D printers will be able to churn out working electronics and fully-functional machines, instead of just plastic parts.
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Indian PM offers solar power to Pacific island nations

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday offered to illuminate thousands of homes in Pacific island nations with solar power in a bid to help them combat climate change and natural disasters.
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Life's short, have you had an affair?

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Today, millions of very nervous adults are furtively checking sites like "Have I been Pwned" to check if their account details at Ashley Madison have been leaked. Others are checking if their partners or acquaintances had accounts.
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Reaction to convert solar energy to fuel is 50 times faster with a simple change in the solvent

Reaction to convert solar energy to fuel is 50 times faster with a simple change in the solvent | News we like | Scoop.it
Few people would buy a computer that only worked when the sun shines. For solar energy, that's the problem. Energy produced at solar stations on sunny days must be stored for later use. A simple fuel, such as hydrogen, could store the energy.
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