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IntelliGender Gender Prediction Test

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Yarsagumba: Aphrodisiac Fungus Faces Extinction in Nepal

Climate change and overharvesting have put a Himalayan fungus valued for its purported aphrodisiac qualities at risk of extinction. Known variously as yarsagumba, yarchagumba, yartsa gunba, yatsa gunbu and, more colloquially, “Himalayan Viagra,” the parasitic caterpillar fungus Cordyceps ( Ophiocordyceps sinensis ) grows on and kills Tibetan ghost moths during their larval phase underground

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Nut-Cracking Chimps Demonstrate Cultural Differences

One family generally dines on Chinese takeout while their neighbors eat home-cooked meatloaf. You say potato, I say potahto. And humans aren’t the only primate species with cultural differences: even in the same environment, different groups of chimpanzees use different tools

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Fair Labor Group Finds Harsh Conditions At Apple Supplier Foxconn, Big Changes Promised

Chinese manufacturer Foxconn has promised big changes to its practices after a far-reaching inspection by the Fair Labor Association, The New York Times reports . The FLA found widespread abuses at Foxconn's supplier factories, which produce electronics for corporate tech giants such as Apple, Amazon, and HP. In a survey of 35,000 Foxconn employees, roughly two-thirds said their wages did not "meet their basic needs." The labor audit also found that some employees worked well beyond 60-hour weeks for days on end, in violation of Chinese law.

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6 Ways Apple Could Spend $100 Billion [Update: Dividends, Buybacks]

Apple's CFO Peter Oppenheimer will take the stage this morning to talk about Apple's cash reserves and reveal what plans Apple has for the money. At last count the reserves were nearing $100 billion, and actually growing at a rate that defies belief despite the already impressive stash. During Steve Jobs' time as CEO there was no movement on the cash issue, despite many calls for some action over the years--even when the reserves numbered just in the several billions of dollars...but now Tim Cook is at the helm, and things may change

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Third research team close to creating Majorana fermion

(PhysOrg.com) -- Recently there has been a virtual explosion of research efforts aimed at creating the elusive Majorana fermion with different groups claiming to be near to creating them. First there was news that a team at Stanford was on the precipice, then came reports that another group at Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands was very close as well. Now comes news of yet another team who some think may have the best chance yet of making them, and better yet, using them to help make quantum computing possible.

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Solitary waves induce waveguide that can split light beams

Researchers have designed the first theoretical model that describes the occurrence of multiple solitary optical waves, referred to as dark photovoltaic spatial solitons. The findings by Yuhong Zhang, a physicist from the Xi'an Institute of Optics and Precision Mechanics of the Chinese Academy of Science, and his colleagues is about to be published in the European Physical Journal D

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China’s Budget Backs Science

By Jane Qiu of Nature magazine The Chinese government's promise last week that researchers will enjoy another year of increased funding was not unexpected, given the country's relatively buoyant economy and high regard for science.

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Coal Port Growth Threatens Barrier Reef: Greenpeace

PERTH (Reuters) - Australia's rapid expansion of coal ports in the next decade will threaten the Great Barrier Reef as increased ship traffic, port infrastructure and dredging put pressure on the world's largest coral reef, Greenpeace said on Thursday. Coal is one of Australia's top export earners, and the Great Barrier Reef sits off the coast of the eastern state of Queensland, the country's largest coal-producer.

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