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Red - Una ricerca condotta dall’Universita’ di Cincinnati (UC) e dal Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center ha dimostrato che l’esposizione precoce all’inquinamento atmosferico legato al traffico, e’ associato all’iperattivita’ negli stessi individui all’eta’ di sette anni. leggi tutto
Il Pontefice nel corso della visita privata alla Casa "Dono di Maria" a Roma ha detto: «Un capitalismo selvaggio ha insegnato la logica del profitto a ogni costo» e «i risultati li vediamo nella crisi che stiamo vivendo» ... storie correlate Stato-mafia, Napolitano non deporrà sulle telefonate con Nicola Mancino Minacce via Facebook a Stefano Esposito, senatore Pd "pro-Tav": «Ringrazi che non ci sono più le Br» Imu, a 15mila famiglie torinesi rimborso fino a 100 euro sulla rata 2012 Ancora maltempo: prima pioggia e vento, poi nel week-end arriverà il freddo Eternit, muore uno dei due imputati. A rischio i risarcimenti delle vittime
Portland trio the Thermals make a fiery return to their punky roots on their sixth album Desperate Ground , so perhaps it shouldn't come as a surprise that they're in fighting form. Bassist Kathy Foster stars as a boxer training for the big fight in the above video for "The Sunset," doing all of the usual things: chasing chickens, running track, jumping rope, and cranking out sit-ups...
Last year, T.I. and Lil Wayne both hit late-career peaks with "Ball," the Weezy featuring single off Tip's Trouble Man: Heavy Is the Head . Six months later, the two rap legends have reunited for "Wit Me," presumably the first single from T...
Alors qu'il était de retour à l'entraînement, Mario Götze a rechuté...
El Manchester City y el equipo de béisbol de los Yankees de Nueva York anunciaron este martes que compartirán la propiedad del New York City Football Club, un nuevo equipo para la liga de fútbol estadounidense (MLS). El club, el vigésimo de la... leer la noticia completa
A powerful tornado as much as two-miles wide devastated the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore on May 20. The twister reportedly boasted winds above 200 miles-per-hour as it tore through homes and schools, leaving a path of large-scale destruction and killing dozens of people, including many children. [More]
There is no Nobel Prize in mathematics, but in 2001 the Norwegian government established a million-dollar Abel Prize, which is widely considered as an equivalent of the Nobel for mathematicians. This year's prize was awarded to Pierre Deligne, professor emeritus at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, N.J. Today, he is honored at a ceremony held in Oslo.Deligne's most spectacular results are on the interface of two areas of mathematics: number theory and geometry. At first glance, the two subjects appear to be light-years apart. As the name suggests, number theory is the study of numbers, such as the familiar natural numbers (1, 2, 3, and so on) and fractions, or more exotic ones, such as the square root of two. Geometry, on the other hand, studies shapes, such as the sphere or the surface of a donut. But French mathematician Andr? Weil had a penetrating insight that the two subjects are in fact closely related. In 1940, while Weil was imprisoned for refusing to serve in the army during World War II, he sent a letter to his sister Simone Weil, a noted philosopher, in which he articulated his vision of a mathematical Rosetta stone. Weil suggested that sentences written in the language of number theory could be translated into the language of geometry, and vice versa. "Nothing is more fertile than these illicit liaisons," he wrote to his sister about the unexpected links he uncovered between the two subjects; "nothing gives more pleasure to the connoisseur." And the key to his groundbreaking idea was something we encounter everyday when we look at the clock. [More]
ICCA-LRI & NCATS workshop on the provocative question of what is normal for humans regarding responses to chemical exposures.
( University of Louisville ) University of Louisville researchers have uncovered how to create nanoparticles using natural lipids derived from grapefruit, and have discovered how to use them as drug delivery vehicles.