(Rice University) Tens of millions of Americans use aerosol inhalers each day, and new studies by Rice University electrical engineers and pulmonologists from Baylor College of Medicine have identified critical errors that are causing many inhaler users to get only about half as much medicine as they should from each puff. AdvertisementsRead more "Inhaler users get about half as much medicine as they should from each puff"
These t-shirts were sold at 45’s rally. pic.twitter.com/5aa2kZHym4 – PlatoLivestoResist (@INTPNews) February 19, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js (more…)Read more "Trump supporter in a lynch-the-journalists tee, November 2016"
(University of Wyoming) The rapid evolution of Africa’s Lake Victoria cichlids — brightly colored, perch-like fish — was facilitated by earlier hybridization between two distantly related cichlid species from the Upper Nile and Congo drainage systems.Read more "Researchers solve fish evolution mystery"
Wednesday night, at a StrictlyVC event in San Francisco, venture capitalist Aileen Lee took the stage to interview Amy Chang, a former eBay product manager turned head of Google Analytics turned startup founder. It’s a transition that has introduced Chang to night sweats, she readily admitted. Chang’s three-year-old startup, Accompany, received one of its first checks from… Read […]Read more "Ex-Googler (and Cisco’s newest board member) Amy Chang on her leap into startups"
Love the guy in his bed reading a tablet while everything in his cabin is sliding all over. On a side note, I hope he has control over the video camera in his cabin, otherwise, he has zero privacy.Read more "Inside a crew cabin in cargo ship swaying during rough seas"