Monthly Archives: <span>March 2017</span>

Colourful, creative and close up: Wellcome Images 2017 – BBC News

Stickman, The Vicissitudes of Crohn’s (Resolution) – Overall Winner 2017 Image copyright Spooky Pooka This character “Stickman” is the alter ego of the artist who suffers from Crohn’s disease – a chronic condition caused by inflammation of the digestive system. The skeleton is made of sticks rather than bones – to show the body’s fragility Read more »

Raheem Sterling in shape to show Liverpool he made the right move

The forward can expect abuse from the away fans when Manchester City host his former club on Sunday but his form under Pep Guardiola and strength of character indicate he can make an impact when it matters most It is a little under two years since Raheem Sterling made the move which, perhaps more than Read more »

We can teach women to code, but that just creates another problem

Get-girls-to-code initiatives aim to fix techs gender imbalance but they may help reinforce it Technology has a gender problem, as everyone knows. The underrepresentation of women in technical fields has spawned legions of TED talks, panels, and women-friendly coding boot camps. Ive participated in some of these get-women-to-code workshops myself, and I sometimes encourage my Read more »

College Student Trolls Online Harassers In The Best Possible Way

Emily Temple-Wood is an accomplished college student and aspiring biologist, an EMS volunteer, a research assistant and a Wikipedia contributor. She’s also a woman. Because of her gender, Temple-Wood said she’s been subject to a constant bombardment of harassment. Online trolls frequently contact her soliciting dates and “sexual favors.” They condescendingly discuss her body, and Read more »

‘New crisis without reform’ warns ex-Bank of England boss – BBC News

‘Failure of a system’ In his new book, The End Of Alchemy: Money, Banking And The Future Of The Global Economy, serialised in The Telegraph, he says the 2008 crisis was the fault of the financial system, not individual bankers. “The crisis was a failure of a system, and the ideas that underpinned it, not Read more »

What Nutritionists Order At Their Favorite Restaurants

We love eating out so much that it’s not really a weekly treat as much as it is a regular part of our daily diet. But when you’re eating out that much, it’s sometimes good to have some organizing principles that can help you choose the healthiest foods while also helping you feel like you’re Read more »

Andy Murray throws racket tantrum as he loses to Grigor Dimitrov in Miami

Andy Murray was knocked out of the Miami Open by Grigor Dimitrov despite winning the first set and holding a 3-1 lead in the third Andy Murray vented his frustration by violently smashing his racket against his bag eight times during his defeat by Grigor Dimitrov at the Miami Open on Monday after letting slip Read more »

Anthony Joshua beats Charles Martin to win IBF world heavyweight title as it happened

Anthony Joshua made light work of Charles Martin to claim the IBF world heavyweight title, sending the defending champion to the canvas twice in round two before the referee brought a swift end to the fight Read more: Kareem MaizeHi my name is Kareem Maize and welcome to my personal blog. I am 26 Read more »

Carbonara wars: why Italy is right to be mad about a French farfalle travesty

A French websites reinvention of the traditional Italian dish has been condemned for its use of creme fraiche among other unholy tweaks. Heres my version of this gloriously simple dish Nothing is so guaranteed to make the Italian blood boil like a well-salted pan of pasta as a foreigner fiddling with their food. So a Read more »

F1: Nico Rosberg wins dramatic Chinese Grand Prix to extend championship lead

Nico Rosberg finished 37 seconds ahead of Sebastian Vettel to win his sixth consecutive Grand Prix and extend his drivers championship lead as a dramatic race unfolded behind him Nico Rosberg extended his championship lead over Lewis Hamilton with a thumping victory in the Chinese Grand Prix. Hamilton, who started from last after his engine Read more »