Posts Tagged ‘Against’

Monsanto bets on AI to protect crops against disease

Monsanto bets on AI to protect crops against disease

Monsanto has drawn plenty of criticism for its technology-driven (and heavily litigious) approach to agriculture, but its latest effort might just hint at the future of farming. It's partnering with Atomwise on the use of AI to quickly discover molec… Engadget RSS Feed

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NCAA softball tournament 2017 scores: No. 1 Florida forces 3rd game against Alabama

NCAA softball tournament 2017 scores: No. 1 Florida forces 3rd game against Alabama

UCLA clinched a spot in the Women’s College World Series The No. 1 overall seed Florida Gators stayed alive in the 2017 NCAA softball tournament thanks to a 2-0 win over No. 16 Alabama on Friday night in Gainesville. Florida lost the opener of this best-of-three super regional on Thursday, but rebounded on Friday...

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Andrew Wiggins nearly falls to ground before hitting buzzer beater against Suns

Andrew Wiggins nearly falls to ground before hitting buzzer beater against Suns

Wiggins scored 31 points, including the game winning shot In a battle of young teams trying to make it, Andrew Wiggins and the Minnesota Timberwolves came out on top Tuesday night against the Phoenix Suns. With the Suns up 111-100 on the final possession, Wiggins took the final shot at the buzzer. He lost...

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Studies Show Ginseng Protects Against Colds, RSV And The Flu

Studies Show Ginseng Protects Against Colds, RSV And The Flu

Here’s an easy way to stay healthy this winter. Multiple studies show that ginseng can help protect you from catching colds, RSV or the flu. What’s better, those who do get sick while taking ginseng report milder symptoms and shorter duration of illness. Ginseng has been shown to demonstrate antiviral activity to protect people...

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There’s A ‘Glaring’ Gap In The War Against Poverty And Disease

There’s A ‘Glaring’ Gap In The War Against Poverty And Disease

Enlarge this image Katherine Streeter for NPR Katherine Streeter for NPR It’s almost a year to the day since world leaders committed to meeting 17 “Sustainable Development Goals” by 2030, from wiping out extreme poverty to fighting disease and inequality. Goats and Soda The U.N.’s Rundown Of Some Of The World’s Biggest Problems Perhaps...

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Kesha — Drops Sex Assault Lawsuit Against Dr. Luke In CA … Going Forward in NY

Kesha — Drops Sex Assault Lawsuit Against Dr. Luke In CA … Going Forward in NY

Breaking News Kesha is dismissing the sexual assault lawsuit she filed against Dr. Luke in California, but going full steam ahead with a similar case in NY. Kesha’s filing Monday to drop the case comes after a nearly 2 year battle with her famous producer. It also comes as she attempts to get her...

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Paramount will end its lawsuit against ‘Star Trek’ fan film

Paramount will end its lawsuit against ‘Star Trek’ fan film

Lawyers from Paramount/CBS have been pursuing the makers of a crowdfunded Star Trek fan film, Axanar, for months, but according to JJ Abrams, they're finally going to back off. Abrams made the announcement at an event last night on the studio's movie… Engadget RSS Feed

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Feds begin criminal investigation against Theranos

Feds begin criminal investigation against Theranos

In a letter addressed to its partners, the once-promising blood test startup Theranos has admitted that it's under criminal investigation. According to multiple sources, the US Securities and Exchange Commission and the US Attorney's Office for the N… Engadget RSS Feed

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D-League’s D.J. Stephens continues his grudge against basketball rims with emphatic dunk

D-League’s D.J. Stephens continues his grudge against basketball rims with emphatic dunk

I don’t know what a basketball rim ever did to D.J. Stephens, but it must have been bad. First he smashed a monster alley-oop home. Then he nearly tore down another rim with another alley-oop. Now he did this: First, his eyes were nearly level with the rim on that dunk. Absurd. Second, are we sure...

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FDA To Slap ‘Strongest’ Warnings On Painkillers – ‘Black Box’ Labels To Caution Against Risk Of Drug Abuse, Overdose, Addiction, And Death

FDA To Slap ‘Strongest’ Warnings On Painkillers – ‘Black Box’ Labels To Caution Against Risk Of Drug Abuse, Overdose, Addiction, And Death

The FDA will slap their “strongest” warnings on painkillers. The “Black Box” labels are a desperate attempt to curtail the abuse, overdose, addiction, and death due to drugs. Federal health regulators have decided to attach their strongest warning labels to the most widely used class of prescription painkillers. The black box warnings will be...

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