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Thousands mourn victims of Nice attack in France

Jul 19, 2016

Thousands mourn victims of Nice attack in France

France mourns the death of atleast 84 people who died after a "terrorist" drove his truck through a crowd in Nice as they watched Bastille Day fireworks. The country observed three days of national mourning as a tribute to the people who lost their lives. #France #ImagesOfTheDay #University of California #Nice Attack #Promenade des Anglais #Marisol Touraine #Riviera coast #Bastille Day fireworks
UCLA shooting: Sarkar never left an impression as a student, says Indo-American professor

Jun 05, 2016

UCLA shooting: Sarkar never left an impression as a student, says Indo-American professor

An Indian-American professor has said Mainak Sarkar, who was behind the UCLA murder-suicide, left little impression as a student in his class and never used to greet him when they passed each other despite both hailing from West Bengal. #NewsTracker #Indian-American #University of California #Mainak Sarkar #UCLA shooting #Ajit Mal #UCLA gunman
Bromance may help men cope better with stress

Mar 04, 2016

Bromance may help men cope better with stress

Bromance can actually make men more resilient to stress and help them lead a longer, healthier life, suggests new research. #Health #Stanford University #stress #University of California #Berkeley #post-traumatic stress disorder #Bromance #PTSD
Ratan Tata, California University join hands for long-term investments in India's start-ups, new companies

Feb 05, 2016

Ratan Tata, California University join hands for long-term investments in India's start-ups, new companies

Tata also said young people coming from US universities and some of them from the University of California, can work together for cementing ties involving high, low and new technologies #Ratan Tata #start-ups #University of California #RNT Associates
Indian dental student shot dead at her apartment in California, no arrests made yet

Mar 16, 2015

Indian dental student shot dead at her apartment in California, no arrests made yet

A 37-year-old Indian woman dental student has been found dead in Albany, the US city's first homicide victim since 2004, officials said on Sunday. #NewsTracker #San Francisco #University of California #Indian students in US #Randhir Kaur #Indian Dental Student
Scientists have invented a way to unboil a hen egg

Jan 26, 2015

Scientists have invented a way to unboil a hen egg

Scientists have invented a way to unboil a hen egg and claim that the new method could dramatically slash costs for cancer treatments and speed up biotechnology research related to proteins. #Egg #WeirdNews #University of California #scientists #Hen egg #lysozyme
Passive smoking from marijuana may damage blood vessels: study

Nov 17, 2014

Passive smoking from marijuana may damage blood vessels: study

Breathing second-hand marijuana smoke could damage your heart and blood vessels as much as second-hand cigarette smoke, says a new research. #NewsTracker #Chicago #Illinois #University of California #marijuana #second-hand marijuana smoke #Matthew Springer #American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions
Phishing still a big business for scammers. It works 45% of the times

Nov 11, 2014

Phishing still a big business for scammers. It works 45% of the times

A new study found that the percentage of people who get tricked was "much higher" than they expected. #Google #hackers #Scams #phishing #University of California #phishing emails
Phishing is successful 45 percent of the time, says Google study

Nov 10, 2014

Phishing is successful 45 percent of the time, says Google study

Certain websites included in phishing emails successfully lure users up to 45 percent of the time, according to a new Google study. #Life #Internet #NewsTracker #Hacking #phishing #University of California #Websites #online surfing #Google study
Social media can help prevent spread of HIV, says study

Oct 30, 2014

Social media can help prevent spread of HIV, says study

In addition to providing other potential benefits to public health, all of those tweets and Facebook posts could help curb the spread of HIV, finds a study. #social media #facebook #Life #US #Twitter #NewsTracker #Health #HIV #Los Angeles #Study #research #University of California