University of Miami has AIDS vaccine breakthrough (March 1)
Researchers at the University of Miami believe that they have developed a vaccine that triggers and battles the aids virus in mice. This could ensure further research to help battle other diseases such as malaria, influenza, and cancer. Still in early stages, researchers have said they have seen dramatic results and will soon test on monkeys and humans.
Man stabs man with Legend of Zelda Master Sword replica, does not save princess (March 2)
University Of Miami has AIDS Vaccine Breakthrough (March 1) Researchers at the University of Miami believe that they have developed a vaccine that triggers and battles the aids virus in mice. This could ensure further research to help battle other diseases such as malaria, influenza, and cancer. Still in early stages, researchers have said they have seen dramatic results and will soon test on monkeys and humans.
Los Angeles says no to e-cigs (March 4)
LA officials have banned the use of e-cigarettes in public areas, such as parks, restaurants, and most workplaces.
E-cigs have been promoted as a safer alternative to smoking and have been marketed as a way to marginally lean off of tobacco products, however they have come under criticism as the nicotine-infused vapor could make the item popular with young adults.
Paleontologists discover Europe’s biggest dinosaur (March 5)
According to Paleontologists in Europe, a dinosaur fossil discovered in Portugal is said to be the largest recorded terrestrial predator, and was the biggest carnivorous dinosaur of the Jurassic Period.
The dinosaur, given the name Torvosaurus gurneyi is said to have measured over 33 ft. long and weighed over 2,200 pounds, with teeth up to 4 inches long.
The dinosaur was a distant cousin of the Tyrannosaurus Rex, and might have been covered with feathers, suspecting that it might also be related to birds.
Some people really don’t have a taste for music (March 6)
Study from the University of Barcelona discovered that people suffer from musical anhedonia, or lacking the ability to get pleasure from music.
The experiment consisted of 30 students; they were asked to listen to music that was pleasurable to them. “The people with no pleasure from music showed no physical response, while the music lovers did. Other participants reported chills while listening,” said Marco-Pallades designer of the study. “With our anhedonic group, they had no chills. They had no real response to music.”
Giant tech companies looking for employees (March 6)
Several fortune 500 companies, like HP, Amazon, and IBM have posted jobs on their websites and are adamantly looking for candidates.
There are over 150,000 job openings on the website as well. Register online with shine.com or log in through your Linkedin profile.
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