It's a 3, mile 4, kilometer race. It's also a very short race - the entire track goes around just one city block. India has decided to change its laws so that Kashmir, an area long-protected by special rules, is no longer special.
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Moore Award for developing a machine learning technology for orthopedic surgeons. The project helps orthopedic surgeons achieve greater accuracy for screw placement during spinal surgery. Barrett Award for Innovation, funded through Society for Science and the Public, for her novel, noninvasive approach for rapidly diagnosing melanoma lesions.
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Parents concerned their offspring will be unable to cope with challenging situations, poll finds. Older people have been moaning about younger people since Aristotle, but it does seem the generation gap has widened in recent decades — due partly to bewildering advances in technology, but also because the rise of the 'X Factor' follow-your-dream mantra. The Utah girl was 'happy' to go home with parents after two months in hospital.
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