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The Role of Information Technology in Improving Transit Systems
“Punch brothers! Punch with care! Punch in the presence of the passenjare!...”

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In 2004, the sudden rupture of a huge fault beneath the Indian Ocean unleashed a devastating tsunami. There had been no warning signs prior to the earthquake and the ensuing tsunami that reached the shores of the Indian Ocean and ravaged the coastal areas of Indonesia, Thailand, Myanmar, India, and Sri Lanka. However, many animals were able to escape the tsunami's destruction. This video segment from Nature examines the anatomy of the tsunami and the possibility that animals sensed the coming wa
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Food Safety - From Farm to Fork
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Between armageddon and utpoia; conflict prevention, justice and reconciliation after mass atrocity.
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