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Syria's 'Moderate' Rebels: We Can't Defeat Anyone Without Better Weapons
The $500 million plan, announced in June a month after Obama said he would work with Congress to ramp up support to the moderate Syrian opposition, was initially limited to training about a 3,000-man force over an 18-month period and then slowly ...
Life Science Research: Tomorrows Trends and Technologies
An increasing amount of collaboration, internationally and between disciplines, has had a real impact on life scientists. This could be partly due to the emergence of 'Big science', which has seen an increase in large-scale projects requiring financial ...
Study links deforestation, climate change
Loretta Mickley, senior research fellow at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences not involved in the study, lauded the study for addressing the substantive effect of land cover on the global climate, an area that previous research has ...
The Hardest Is Yet To Come For France's Hollande
Limited revolt of that order would allow the new government, re-shuffled last month after three rebel ministers were ejected, to scrape approval from the 577-seat assembly with support from center-left allies outside the Socialist Party.
Watch 1000 robots in biggest programmable swarm yet
Now, researchers at Harvard University have programmed the biggest robot swarm yet. "It's really a big accomplishment," said ... At the same time, if you make your robots too simple, their capabilities become too limited. "So there's a difficult trade ...
Rise of the machines? Tiny robot horde swarms to form shapes  Reuters
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Why Iran and the US should dispatch teachers to make peace
Mirzakhani is a professor at Stanford, did her PhD at Harvard, but completed her undergraduate studies in Iran at Sharif University in Tehran.
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The top 25 underappreciated straight-to-DVD films
... of weird and wacky �what they hell were they thinking?� films that come from limited budgets and apathetic producers.
Moocs, and the man leading the UK's charge
In 2011, the department's internationally renowned academic Sebastian Thrun, developer of Google's driverless car, put his three-month introductory course on artificial intelligence online, allowing anybody to access the same lectures and homework ...
Bearing witness to Uganda
But Matthews' partner and show co-creator, Matt Gould, began secretly recording his rants about the complexities of international aid work and set music them to music, �and that was really the start of 'Witness Uganda,'� said Matthews, �which was ...
Oncology: study reveals cell mutation variations
As oncologists acquire the technology to read the DNA of individual cells, they are learning about the remarkable genetic diversity of cancer in each patient.