Global Food Assistance Outlook Brief (August 2015)

Welcome. I am Peter Thomas, a food security analyst for the Famine Early Warning Systems Network, or FEWS NET. Thank…

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6 Home Remedies Actually Supported by Science

We’ve all been there. You don’t feel well, and you think maybe you should see a doctor… but you don’t.…

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Connect2STEM TV – The da Vinci Surgical System

“Get hands-on with the surgery of the future — the da Vinci Surgical Robot.” “So today, we’re demoing the surgical…

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Does Having A “Wingman” Actually Help You Get A Date?

On a night out while looking for love, there is nothing like having the support of a friend. Known sometimes…

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Global Food Assistance Outlook Brief (January 2015)

Welcome. My name is Chris Hillbruner. I am the Senior Food Security Adviser for the Famine Early Warning Systems Network…

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Why Does Squinting Help You See Better?

♪♪♪ So…squinting. It’s a thing that we do. Something looks a little bit blurry. You probably didn’t even think about…

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Black Holes And Gravitational Waves Might Help Us Find Dark Matter

Black holes and dark matter are two topics that get science geeks pretty hyped, but sadly they’re not usually mentioned…

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Johns Hopkins Psilocybin Research Project – Roland Griffiths

[Johns Hopkins Psilocybin Research Project:] [Studies of Mystical Experience and Meditation] [in Healthy Volunteers, and Palliative Effects] [in Cancer Patients]…

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This AI Doesn’t Need Any Help from Humans

This week, a UK-based startup owned by Google called DeepMind unveiled the latest version of AlphaGo, its board-game-playing artificial intelligence…

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Mississippi River Basin Watershed Support Group – IMPA Award Winner

First I’d like to welcome you all, and say thanks. It takes a lot of strength to be here. Now…

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