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Let's talk about sex: A scholar ahead of her time

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Clelia Mosher polled Victorian-era women on their bedroom behavior – then kept the startling results under wraps. Her survey recorded not only women's sexual habits and appetites, but also their thinking about spousal relationships, children and contraception. Perhaps, it hinted, Victorian women weren't so Victorian after all.

Report reveals the global impact of "livestock revolution"

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Global meat production has tripled in the past three decades and could double its present level by 2050, according to an international team of scientists and policy experts who assert that this "livestock revolution" is likely to have a significant impact on human health and the global economy.

Seeking dark matter on a desktop

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In a paper published online in Nature Physics, Shoucheng Zhang, professor of physics, and his colleagues at the Stanford Institute for Materials and Energy Science describe an experimental setup that could reveal the physical characteristics of the axion, a theoretical tiny, lightweight particle conjectured to permeate the universe.

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  • March Madness begins at Maples: Cardinal women's basketball will face UC Riverside Saturday, March 20, at 7:30 p.m. at Maples Pavilion in the first round of the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament. The winner of that game will face off in the second round Monday, March 22, at 6:30 p.m. against the winner of Saturday's game between Iowa and Rutgers. Saturday's Iowa vs. Rutgers game tips off at 5 p.m. in Maples. Tickets are now on sale.
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Neurology Professor ROBERT FISHER honored by American Clinical Neurophysiology Society . . .

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