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canadian music rights groups hope to make 'quick progress' on merger




the boards of performing rights organization the society of composers, authors & music publishers of canada (socan) and the society for reproduction rights of authors, composers and publishers in canada (sodrac) have been meeting to discuss merging their operations and improve the rights management ...



cd4+ t-cell count useful to assess antiretroviral therapy response in htlv-1/hiv




the authors compared the cd4+ t-cell counts and hiv-1 rna viral loads of 383 patients who were either mono-infected with hiv or co-infected with htlv-1/hiv. they confirmed that co-infected patients were more likely to have higher cd4+ t-cell counts prior to treatment initiation with no immunologic b...



most common cells in the brain help us anticipate rewards




a rodent.carlos de pazshare this storycerebellar granule cells, which make up the cerebellum, are the smallest and most abundant of all neuron types in the brain. these cells are known to contribute to motor function, attention, language, and fear. a recent study published in nature demonstrates tha...



genome editing in human cells




new techniques in molecular biology that enable targeted interventions in the genome are opening up promising new possibilities for research and application. the ethical and legal ramifications of these methods, known as "genome editing" and "genome surgery," need to be discussed throughout society,...



the hazards of english spelling




a new study of english spelling practices demonstrates that the way we spell words is much more orderly and self-organizing than previously thought. the study "self-organization in the spelling of english suffixes: the emergence of culture out of anarchy," by kristian berg (university of oldenburg) ...



stem workforce is aging, leaving few positions for new scientists




enlargebrick 101share this storythe population of people doing science is increasingly older, and fewer young people are establishing careers in the field. a recent paper published in pnas finds there are two main factors contributing to the aging stem workforce (science, tech, engineering, and...



how large should the circle around a writer be?




dissecting a sentence from zadie smith’s story “the embassy of cambodia,” jonathan lee questions his own myopia as a novelist, and wonders how authors can be more engaged with the world around them.



what is innovation, and how can we awaken its dormant traits and cultivate them?




tampa, fla. (mar. 10, 2017) - what innovation is and how it can be cultivated are two of the compelling questions raised in a paper exploring the potential for fostering innovation in students in the new issue of technology and innovation, journal of the national academy of inventors® (full text). ...



policymakers 'flying blind' into the future of work




will a robot take away my job? many people ask that question, yet policymakers don't have the kind of information they need to answer it intelligently, say the authors of a new study from the national academies of sciences, engineering and medicine (nasem).



when inspectors swoop in, hospital staff save more lives




enlargegetty | caiaimage/robert dalyshare this storyeven the best and brightest employees will slack a bit when the boss isn’t looking—we’re not machines, after all. (editor's note:get back to work!) perhaps a project doesn’t move along as briskly as it could, or a protocol isn’t followed ...



profiting from the fight against corruption




it makes sense for non-governmental organizations to band together to fight government corruption; they get better results that way.but did you know it's also in the corrupt government's interest?that's the startling finding of a new game theory paper by researchers at hec montréal published in the...



low levels of simple chemical associated with aging, dna damage




enlargenihshare this storyapproximately ten thousand times each day, the dna in our cells receives some damage, but most of that damage is repaired by our cells' built-in dna repair systems. the efficiency of these dna repair systems decline with age, however, and that's thought to lead to age-re...



what happens to the boats? the 1755 lisbon earthquake and portuguese tsunami lit




in their paper published this week in geosphere, authors clara vasconcelos, joanna torres, and joana costa point out the need for continued geoscience education on the topic of tsunamis and other earthquake-related hazards.



failed fertility treatments are linked to higher heart risks




getty imageswomen who undergo fertility treatments but don’t get pregnant have an increased risk of developing heart disease later in life, according to a new study. but the overall risk for women in the study was low, and the authors say their findings should not discourage people from seeking re...



failed fertility treatments are linked to higher heart risks




getty imageswomen who undergo fertility treatments but don’t get pregnant have an increased risk of developing heart disease later in life, according to a new study. but the overall risk for women in the study was low, and the authors say their findings should not discourage people from seeking re...



gain five years of your life by giving




cynics argue that benevolence primarily benefits the giver; that it is less about helping others as helping ourselves because it's inherently selfish if the giver receives pleasure from giving and all that.certainly research shows that giving is receiving by activating the reward centres in our brai...



fdg pet/ct found useful in certain lung cancer patients




leesburg, va, march 1, 2017-- fdg pet/ct is a valuable imaging tool for treatment assessment of patients with lung cancer, though systematic evidence for its comparative effectiveness with conventional imaging, such as chest ct, is still evolving. authors of the study titled "the value of fdg pet/ct...



how should the uk approach brexit?




a study published in the oxford review of economic policy summarizes strategies for the united kingdom to adopt when negotiating new trade arrangements with the european union. theresa may triggered article 50 today and began the brexit process. this article discusses the future of uk trade policy f...



feeling out of control: do consumers make practical purchases or luxury buys?




the common assumption about retail therapy is that it's all about indulging in things like pricey designer duds or the latest gadgets. but according to a new study in the journal of consumer research, consumers are actually more likely to make practical purchases than splurge on luxury items when th...



this week’s top stories: what’s new in ios 10.3?, iphone 8 reports, our $329 ipa




jordan writes about all things apple as senior editor of 9to5mac, & contributes to 9to5google, 9to5toys, & electrek.co. he also co-authors 9to5mac’s weekly logic pros series and makes music as one half of toronto-based makamachine.



how do power and beliefs about equality impact donations?




are powerful, well-to-do people more charitable? it depends. according to a new study in the journal of consumer research, wealthier people are more likely to donate to charity if they endorse social inequality while less wealthy people are more likely to make donations if they endorse greater equal...



9to5rewards: anker’s powercore 2200 battery case for iphone 7 [giveaway]




jordan writes about all things apple as senior editor of 9to5mac, & contributes to 9to5google, 9to5toys, & electrek.co. he also co-authors 9to5mac’s weekly logic pros series and makes music as one half of toronto-based makamachine.



9to5rewards: lofree typewriter-inspired mechanical wireless keyboard for mac and




jordan writes about all things apple as senior editor of 9to5mac, & contributes to 9to5google, 9to5toys, & electrek.co. he also co-authors 9to5mac’s weekly logic pros series and makes music as one half of toronto-based makamachine.



9to5rewards: photofast max lightning/usb 3.0 flash drives for iphone and ipad [g




jordan writes about all things apple as senior editor of 9to5mac, & contributes to 9to5google, 9to5toys, & electrek.co. he also co-authors 9to5mac’s weekly logic pros series and makes music as one half of toronto-based makamachine.



charitable giving: how do power and beliefs about equality impact donations?




are powerful, well-to-do people more charitable? it depends. according to a new study in the journal of consumer research, wealthier people are more likely to donate to charity if they endorse social inequality while less wealthy people are more likely to make donations if they endorse greater equal...