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Whenscienceentersthekitchen
From: MSNBC on Mon, Jul 18 2011 9:11 AM
The modernist kitchens of Grant Achatz are known for using experimental equipment to produce unusual cuisine, thanks to an unusual partnership with Polyscience, a lab equipment. (msnbc.com)
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StudyInternetuseaffectsmemory
From: MSNBC on Sun, Jul 17 2011 2:07 PM
A new study shows that search engines are changing the way we learn and remember things. Msnbc’s Richard Lui talks with Columbia University professor Betsy Sparrow. (msnbc tv)
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Alphamalebaboonsmorestressedthanothers
From: MSNBC on Fri, Jul 15 2011 7:33 PM
Researchers at Princeton University say alpha male baboons get priority during mating season, but they have much higher levels of stress hormones than the males just below them. Whether this research translates to human alpha males remains to be studied. NBC’s Mark Potter reports. (Nightly News)
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TheoriginalHaloreturnsasanewonebegins
From: MSNBC on Fri, Jul 15 2011 6:58 PM
"Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary" bring the original game back in HD as "Halo 4" is in production. In-Game’s Todd Kenreck reports. (In-Game)
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Searchingforfundsinsteadofaliens
From: MSNBC on Fri, Jul 15 2011 5:58 PM
Jill Tarter of SETI Research and panel talk about the center’s fundraising efforts to continue their search for extraterrestrial life forms. (Dylan Ratigan Show)
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039Uncharted3039multiplayerislookingexplosive
From: MSNBC on Thu, Jul 14 2011 6:52 PM
The "Uncharted 3" multiplayer beta showed off a lot of what we should expect from the upcoming game from Sony. In-Game’s Todd Kenreck gives his impressions of the beta. (In-Game)
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SnakeIDappPoisonousorperfectlysafe
From: MSNBC on Thu, Jul 14 2011 5:51 PM
Can you tell the difference between potentially poisonous or perfectly harmless snakes? A new smartphone app can help you determine which species of snake you’re dealing with. KCBD's Alex Butler reports. (NBC News)
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Tipstopreventhacking
From: MSNBC on Thu, Jul 14 2011 4:28 PM
Aton Edwards of the International Preparedness Network explains how to secure against being hacked. (Martin Bashir)
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Tipstopreventhacking
From: MSNBC on Thu, Jul 14 2011 4:28 PM
Aton Edwards of the International Preparedness Network explains how to secure against being hacked. (Martin Bashir)
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Howtoprotectyourcellphonefromhackers
From: MSNBC on Thu, Jul 14 2011 8:27 AM
In the wake of the phone-hacking tabloid scandal in the U.K., tech expert Mario Armstrong reveals how you can safeguard yourself and your cell phone. (TODAY)
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ToughchoiceTwocameraswelove
From: MSNBC on Wed, Jul 13 2011 6:24 PM
Nikon’s D5100 and Olympus' PEN E-P3 are both amazing, and come with similar pricetags and target customers. But they're very different, making a choice between them tricky. (msnbc.com)
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Universityholds37kTwitterscholarshipcontest
From: MSNBC on Wed, Jul 13 2011 12:23 PM
The University of Iowa is offering a $37,000 scholarship to its MBA program on Twitter. Applicants must tell the university, in 140 characters or less, why they should be chosen. Jodi Schafer, of the university’s Tippie School of Management, discusses the contest with msnbc’s Thomas Roberts. (ms...
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SocialmediafirestormoverNetflixpricehike
From: MSNBC on Wed, Jul 13 2011 11:23 AM
Netflix users are taking to social media after the company announced plans to raise its prices by as much as 60 percent. CNBC’s Nicole Lapin joins Jansing and Co. (Jansing and Co)
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Thefinalspacewalk
From: MSNBC on Tue, Jul 12 2011 7:19 PM
Two residents of the International Space Station stepped outside on Tuesday to retrieve a broken ammonia pump for further investigation, thus taking the last spacewalk of the American 30-year shuttle era. Ann Curry reports. (Nightly News)
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Thefinalspacewalk
From: MSNBC on Tue, Jul 12 2011 7:19 PM
Two residents of the International Space Station stepped outside on Tuesday to retrieve a broken ammonia pump for further investigation, thus taking the last spacewalk of the American 30-year shuttle era. Ann Curry reports. (Nightly News)
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Shuttleastronautsfinalspacewalk
From: MSNBC on Tue, Jul 12 2011 7:19 PM
Two American astronauts, Mike Fossum and Ron Garan, took the last spacewalk of the space shuttle era. They removed an International Space Station ammonia coolant pump and stowed it in Atlantis' cargo bay for a return to Earth for repairs. NBC’s Tom Costello reports. (Nightly News)
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ThebirthofGoogle
From: MSNBC on Tue, Jul 12 2011 5:42 PM
Former Google Online Brand Manager Douglas Edwards talks about the early days of the Internet giant. (Dylan Ratigan Show)
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CantheInternetisolateyou
From: MSNBC on Tue, Jul 12 2011 5:19 PM
Good CEO Ben Goldhirsh and author Eli Pariser share their thoughts on Internet filtering. (Dylan Ratigan Show)
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Stealingmoonrockstoimpressagirl
From: MSNBC on Tue, Jul 12 2011 9:40 AM
Author Ben Mezrich, author of “Bringing Down the House” and the book behind “The Social Network,” talks about his new book “Sex on the Moon,” the amazing story a NASA intern. Thad Roberts stole 17 lbs. of a safe full of moon rocks from NASA. (Morning Joe)
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BuckleupandblastoffIntroducingtheflyingcar
From: MSNBC on Mon, Jul 11 2011 7:37 PM
One way to avoid the morning rush: fly around it. NBC’s Brian Williams reports. (Nightly News)
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