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What makes finding a vaccine or cure such a formidable job is that the virus mutates so quickly. How do you pin down and treat something that is continually changing?
Thomas Webster, professor and chairman of bioengineering and chemical engineering at Northeastern, may have an answer to that — nanotechnology."
So is this bad news for ebooks? Have we reached the limits of their usefulness? Not necessarily.
While there is evidence that enhanced ebooks don't enhance education, an older study from 2012 has shown that students who study with an e-textbook on an ebook reader actually scored as well or higher on tests than a control group who did not. While that doesn't prove the newer study wrong, it does suggest that further study is required."
The move was announced by Ferguson's police department's range of actions as part of the force's "healing" process in the area.
A similar scheme is already in place for officers in Rialto, California, where citizen complaints against officers fell from 24 to three and police use-of-force incidents dropped from 61 to 25 in the first year of officers wearing the cameras."
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