Daily Archive: Monday, February 6, 2017

X-Rite Expands its Spring Color Management Training in North America

[ad_1] X-Rite 2017 Spring Fundamentals of Color Training Seminar It is essential that anyone working with color, from brand owners to specifiers to quality control professionals, understand the fundamentals of color science and how color errors happen. GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (PRWEB) February 06, 2017 X-Rite Incorporated, a global leader in color science and technology,

New study reveals hidden dynamics of bird and mammal DNA evolution

[ad_1] Credit: NIH Evolution is often thought of as a gradual remodeling of the genome, the genetic blueprints for building an organism. But in some instance it might be more appropriate to call it an overhaul. Over the past 100 million years, the human lineage has lost one-fifth of its DNA, while an even greater

iOS 8 Upgrade Problems and Tips & Troubleshooting for iOS 8 Update

Apple has recently been entrapped by iOS 8 screwup up to the hub, from U2-iTunes invasion to the HealthKit Bug, leading to a swath of complaints from users including iPhone 6/6 Plus users on media and SNS. If you happen to be the one running into iOS 8 upgrade problems, this article will be helpful

Eugene Cernan, Last Human to Walk on Moon, Dies at 82

[ad_1] Captain Cernan was the last of 12 Americans to set foot on the moon in six Apollo landings. Two other missions were lunar orbital test runs, and Apollo 13 was an aborted landing after a malfunction. While Apollo 17 conveyed the drama of televised moonwalks, the awesome historicity of the Armstrong flight had faded,

No One on the Public Podium for American Diplomacy

[ad_1] STATE DEPARTMENT —  The State Department plans no daily briefings this week, an unprecedented situation that has been the status quo since the inauguration of President Donald Trump. Acting spokesman Mark Toner told VOA the State Department will continue to be responsive to media queries and requests, but will not hold an on-camera daily

Final hearing begins in deadly El Faro sinking

[ad_1] ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) The U.S. investigation into the deadly sinking of a cargo ship during a 2015 hurricane enters its final hearing on Monday, with two weeks of testimony set to probe ship operations, weather reports and the El Faro’s last alarms of distress. The Coast Guard’s Marine Board of Investigation, convened