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Bannon Touts Trump's 'Economic Nationalist Agenda'

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Priebus and Bannon, the White House's much-scrutinized top two aides, lavished each other with praise on Thursday in a friendly discussion at CPAC.

From: www.nbcnews.com

Trump's Twitter feed quiets down

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His aides and supporters have made no secret of the fact that they'd like to see him tweet less frequently

From: feeds.cbsnews.com

Air pollution may have masked mid-20th Century sea ice loss

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Humans may have been altering Arctic sea ice longer than previously thought, according to researchers studying the effects of air pollution on sea ice growth in the mid-20th Century.

Google's new AI aims to end abusive online comments using 'Perspective'

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The internet is a tough place to have a conversation. Abuse has driven celebrities and ordinary folks from social media platforms that are ill-equipped to deal with it, and some publishers have switched off comment sections.
That’s why Google and Jigsaw (an early stage incubator at Google parent company Alphabet) are working on a . It uses artificial intelligence to try to identify toxic comments, with an aim of reducing them. The Perspective API released Thursday will provide developers with a score of how likely users are to perceive a comment as toxic. 
In turn, that score could be used to develop features like automatic post filtering or to provide users with feedback about what they're writing before they submit it for publication. Starting on Thursday, developers can request access to Perspective's API for use in projects they're working on, and Jigsaw will approve them on a rolling basis.

WH readies first Trump budget that could take aim at popular programs

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Programs such as the CPB, NEA, NEH and AmeriCorps could be targeted.

From: abcnews.go.com

[Review] Mechanisms for initiating cellular DNA replication

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Cellular DNA replication factories depend on ring-shaped hexameric helicases to aid DNA synthesis by processively unzipping the parental DNA helix. Replicative helicases are loaded onto DNA by dedicated initiator, loader, and accessory proteins during the initiation of DNA replication in a tightly regulated, multistep process. We discuss here the molecular choreography of DNA replication initiation across the three domains of life, highlighting similarities and differences in the strategies used to deposit replicative helicases onto DNA and to melt the DNA helix in preparation for replisome assembly. Although initiators and loaders are phylogenetically related, the mechanisms they use for accomplishing similar tasks have diverged considerably and in an unpredictable manner. Authors: Franziska Bleichert, Michael R. Botchan, James M. Berger

From: science.sciencemag.org

Bannon, Priebus speak at CPAC - live updates

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The two top Trump aides will participate in a "conversation" event at CPAC, the annual conservative confab

From: feeds.cbsnews.com

Trump's Twitter feed quiets down

Added: 23.02.2017 18:58 | 0 views | 0 comments

His aides and supporters have made no secret of the fact that they'd like to see him tweet less frequently

From: feeds.cbsnews.com

Hot spots of marine biodiversity most severely impacted by global warming

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A new study aimed at identifying areas of highest conservation priority in the world's oceans found six 'hot spots of marine biodiversity' that are severely impacted by climate change and fishing pressures.

Researchers aim to disrupt egg production in dengue- and Zika-spreading mosquito

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The mosquito Aedes aegypti, which can spread dengue fever, chikungunya, Zika fever, and yellow fever virus, requires a blood meal to develop eggs. One way to control the spread of these diseases is to tamper with the reproductive events that follow this mosquito's blood meal. A team of scientists has explored this at the molecular level. They focused on microRNAs, which play a critical role in mosquito egg maturation.

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