Camels from Sudan and Somalia are led across Egypt’s deserts, where they are sold for meat or pressed into service hauling tourists around ancient tombs and temples. But one part of the camel is often overlooked: Its salty milk may help in controlling diabetes.
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The Sloan Digital Sky Survey III (SDSS-III), an international collaboration that includes Penn State astronomers, has produced the largest-ever three-dimensional map of massive galaxies and distant black holes.
Helen Dragas, a University of Virginia board member, last year objected (when she was serving as rector, or board chair) to a course on Lady Gaga
Kean University President Darwood Farahi continues to raise the ire of faculty. Within the last few months Farahi received a vote of “no confidence" by the faculty.
With the volume of global solid waste projected to double by 2025, waste management companies are sitting pretty, even as other businesses seek to slash their trash.
Days after Greece rounded up 6,000 migrants, France begins smashing Roma gipsy camps and deporting hundreds of illegal immigrants.
Seventy members of an Islamist sect who have been living in an underground bunker without heat or sunlight for nearly a decade have been discovered living on the outskirts of the city
During the Neolithic Age (approximately 10000–6000 BCE), early man evolved from hunter-gatherer to farmer and agriculturalist ...
When you lose in one forum, just shop for another. That's what litigants often do, and airlines are following suit as the EU attempts to impose an emissions trading scheme on them.
Plenty of letters of resignation in higher education, and announcements of departures, are more polite than factual.