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  World headlines

Pompeo blasts corruption, promotes U.S. business in Africa trip
Posted on Monday February 17, 2020

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo denounced corruption and touted American business on Monday during the second leg of an African tour in Angola, where the government is seeking to claw back billions of dollars looted from state coffers.

Facebook sees risks to innovation, freedom of expression ahead of EU rules
Posted on Monday February 17, 2020

Facebook warned of threats to innovation and freedom of expression on Monday, ahead of the release of a raft of rules by the European Union this week and in the coming months to rein in U.S. and Chinese tech companies.

Americans return to U.S. after two weeks on coronavirus-affected cruise
Posted on Monday February 17, 2020

More than 300 U.S. citizens, including 14 infected with the coronavirus, were in the United States and under quarantine on Monday after spending the previous two weeks stuck on a cruise ship with the largest cluster of cases outside China.

Gunmen kill 24 in attack on Burkina Faso church
Posted on Monday February 17, 2020

Gunmen killed twenty-four people, including a pastor, in an attack on a church during Sunday mass in northwestern Burkina Faso, four security sources told Reuters on Monday.

Hundreds of Americans flown home from cruise ship, 14 with coronavirus
Posted on Monday February 17, 2020

More than 300 American passengers have been flown home from a cruise ship after two weeks under quarantine off Japan, including 14 found to have coronavirus who were kept isolated on the flight.

Khamenei loyalists may tighten grip at Iran elections
Posted on Monday February 17, 2020

Hardliners are set to tighten control of Iran this week in a parliamentary election stacked in their favor, as the leadership closes ranks in a deepening confrontation with Washington.

Factbox: Latest on coronavirus spreading in China and beyond
Posted on Monday February 17, 2020

Here are the latest developments around the coronavirus outbreak:

Russia orders woman back into coronavirus quarantine after escape
Posted on Monday February 17, 2020

A Russian court on Monday ordered a woman to be returned to a quarantine facility as a precaution against coronavirus after she staged an elaborate escape and said she was being kept against her will.

 
Projects currently housed at Jinkle.Com
Disability411.Com - The Podcast for Disability Professionals
Disability 411 Podcast
BrainJogger.Com - BrainJogger.com
BrainJogger.Com
Jinkle.Com Health.Jinkle.Com
OMG-CISSP
OMGCissp.com
(not yet updated for 2020 exam)
GS.Dcre-labs.com
GS.Dcre-labs.com
(Research)
DoNotVoteFromFear.Org
DoNotVoteFromFear.Org
( Not exclusively a Jinkle Project )
Projects without fancy logos yet:

Projects formerly housed at Jinkle.Com (Now either completed or standing on their own)


 
  Science headlines

Facial expressions don't tell the whole story of emotion
Posted on Sunday February 16, 2020

Facial expressions might not be reliable indicators of emotion, research indicates. In fact, it might be more accurate to say we should never trust a person's face, new research suggests.

Computer-generated genomes
Posted on Saturday February 15, 2020

Chemists have described how computational algorithms paired with chemical DNA synthesis enable digital manufacturing of biological systems up to the size of entire microbial genomes. They have made insights related to the design, building and testing of a computer-generated bacterial genome and can discuss how algorithms simplify the synthesis of genomes to advance understanding of living systems.

New technologies, strategies expanding search for extraterrestrial life
Posted on Saturday February 15, 2020

New technologies that enable new strategies are revitalizing the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI), by not only augmenting the traditional search for intelligently-generated radio signals but also allowing searches for other signs of life and technological activity.

Molecule offers hope for halting Parkinson's
Posted on Friday February 14, 2020

A promising molecule has offered hope for a new treatment that could stop or slow Parkinson's, something no treatment can currently do.

To help wildlife move, researchers map both natural and legal boundaries
Posted on Friday February 14, 2020

Researchers have developed a way to find the path of least resistance in creating wildlife corridors by mapping not only habitat but also the types of legal authority governing the landscape. They demonstrate this by mapping the streams in an entire county in northeastern Washington that stretches from the Rocky Mountain foothills to the Cascades.

Major study shows climate change can cause abrupt impacts on dryland ecosystems
Posted on Friday February 14, 2020

A study finds for the first time that as levels of aridity increase due to climate change, abrupt changes are experienced on dryland ecosystems.

Rare bats in decline
Posted on Friday February 14, 2020

A study led by Susan Tsang, a former Fulbright Research Fellow from The City College of New York, reveals dwindling populations and widespread hunting throughout Indonesia and the Philippines of the world's largest bats, known as flying foxes.

Researchers were not right about left brains
Posted on Friday February 14, 2020

The left and right side of the brain are involved in different tasks. This functional lateralization and associated brain asymmetry are well documented in humans. Scientists now challenge the long-held notion that the human pattern of brain asymmetry is unique. They found the same asymmetry pattern in chimpanzees, gorillas, and orangutans. However, humans were the most variable in this pattern. This suggests that lateralized, uniquely human cognitive abilities evolved by adapting a presumably ancestral asymmetry pattern.

Low-cost 'smart' diaper can notify caregiver when it's wet
Posted on Friday February 14, 2020

Researchers have developed a ''smart'' diaper embedded with a moisture sensor that can alert a caregiver when a diaper is wet. When the sensor detects dampness in the diaper, it sends a signal to a nearby receiver, which in turn can send a notification to a smartphone or computer.

Device mimics brain cells used for human vision
Posted on Friday February 14, 2020

In a study featured as the cover article appearing today in the journal Science Advances, a UCF research team showed that by combining two promising nanomaterials into a new superstructure, they could create a nanoscale device that mimics the neural pathways of brain cells used for human vision.


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