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  World headlines

Exclusive: Deutsche Bank braced for continued Fed restrictions on U.S. business - sources
Posted on Thursday June 20, 2019

Deutsche Bank AG executives expect U.S. regulators to continue to impose restrictions on its Wall Street investment bank even if it passes an annual health check, three sources familiar with the matter said.

Trump says Iran may have shot down U.S. drone by mistake
Posted on Thursday June 20, 2019

U.S. President Donald Trump played down Iran's downing of a U.S. military drone on Thursday, saying he suspected it was shot by mistake and that "it would have made a big difference" to him if the remotely-controlled aircraft had been piloted.

Rate-cut euphoria elevates S&P 500 to record high
Posted on Thursday June 20, 2019

The S&P 500 index touched a record high on Thursday, driven Wall Street's expectations that the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates as soon as next month to keep the U.S.-China trade war from stalling economic growth.

U.S. human trafficking report drops child separation warning
Posted on Thursday June 20, 2019

The U.S. State Department's annual human trafficking report released on Thursday demoted Saudi Arabia and Cuba to countries that failed to meet minimum U.S. anti-trafficking standards.

Iran's Zarif tweets that downed U.S. drone took off from UAE
Posted on Thursday June 20, 2019

Iran's foreign minister said on Twitter that a U.S. military drone that was shot down by Tehran on Thursday had taken off from the United Arab Emirates.

Apple, Keurig Dr Pepper, Dollar Tree press U.S. to drop China tariff plan
Posted on Thursday June 20, 2019

Apple Inc, Keurig Dr Pepper Inc and Dollar Tree Inc have joined other companies in their opposition to a Trump administration plan for more U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods, including iPhones, Macs, and single-serve coffee brewers.

In warming West, Rio Grande roars back to life, for now
Posted on Thursday June 20, 2019

After years of drought, no one in Rio Grande County, Colorado, can remember the last time their namesake river was closed to the public because it was running too high.

Airbus demands chance to bid for IAG's surprise Boeing 737 MAX order
Posted on Thursday June 20, 2019

Airbus called on Thursday for a chance to compete for a blockbuster plane order by British Airways owner IAG, which stunned industry executives at this week's Paris Airshow by ordering 200 of Boeing's grounded 737 MAX.

 
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 2019 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

Spiders risk everything for love
Posted on Thursday June 20, 2019

A biology study finds that blue jays can easily spot wolf spiders engaged in their courtship rituals. The results demonstrate the powerful influence of sexual selection.

Biomedical bleeding may impact horseshoe crabs' spawning behavior and movement
Posted on Thursday June 20, 2019

Horseshoe crabs that have undergone biomedical bleeding tend to reside in deeper water and approach mating beaches less often, according to a new study.

Artificial intelligence identifies 'kissing bugs' that spread Chagas disease
Posted on Thursday June 20, 2019

A researcher published proof-of-concept research showing artificial intelligence can recognize 12 Mexican and 39 Brazilian species of kissing bugs with high accuracy by analyzing ordinary photos -- an advantage for officials looking to cut the spread of Chagas disease.

Vanilla makes milk beverages seem sweeter
Posted on Thursday June 20, 2019

Adding vanilla to sweetened milk makes consumers think the beverage is sweeter, allowing the amount of added sugar to be reduced, according to new researchers, who will use the concept to develop a reduced-sugar chocolate milk for the National School Lunch Program.

Perovskite solar cells tested for real-world performance -- in the lab
Posted on Thursday June 20, 2019

Researchers bring diurnal and seasonal variations into the lab to test the performance of perovskite solar cells under realistic conditions.

Pigs help scientists understand human brain
Posted on Thursday June 20, 2019

For the first time, researchers have used an imaging method normally reserved for humans to analyze brain activity in live agricultural swine models, and they have discovered that pig brains are even better platforms than previously thought for the study of human neurological conditions such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.

Timed release of turmeric stops cancer cell growth
Posted on Thursday June 20, 2019

A new research team has developed a drug delivery system using curcumin, the main ingredient in the spice turmeric, that successfully inhibits bone cancer cells while promoting growth of healthy bone cells.

Dynamic collaboration behind new research into best way of using biologging tags
Posted on Thursday June 20, 2019

Methods used to design F1 cars and spacecraft have played a crucial role in new research into the tags used to track animal movements. Ecologists teamed up with aerospace colleagues to find the best way to reduce the drag of biologging tags -- the recording devices used to track animal movements and behavior.

Heat kills invasive jumping worm cocoons, could help limit spread
Posted on Thursday June 20, 2019

New research shows that temperatures of about 100 degrees Fahrenheit kill the cocoons of invasive jumping worms. That's good news for ecologists and horticulturalists who are working to slow or stop the spread of the worms, which can damage the soils they invade.

Landmark study signals shift in thinking about stem cell differentiation
Posted on Thursday June 20, 2019

Researchers found that embryonic stem cells commit to a cell fate far more rapidly than anticipated.


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