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Jemisin wins best novel for second successive year in Hugo awards
A year after N.K. Jemisin became the first black person to win the Hugo award for best novel, the African American author has landed the prestigious science fiction prize for the second year running.
Best ways to safely view the solar eclipse
Getting a photo of the solar eclipse on August 21 won’t be as easy as taking any other picture, experts said.
Iran’s Esmaeilpour nominated for ‘Best Futsal Player of the World’
Iran’s Ahmad Esmaeilpour has been nominated for the ‘Best Futsal Player of the World’.
Exercise is best way to fight back pain
People with bad backs should forget taking painkillers and start stretching instead.
The best way to include fossils in 'tree of life'
Researchers from Bristol Paleobiology Group, part of the School of Earth Sciences, studied the best way to understand relationships of extinct animals to other extinct species as well as those alive today.
Ronaldo crowned Best FIFA Men's Player
Football’s annual celebration of its top performers entered a new era on Monday evening in Zurich, with the inaugural edition of The Best FIFA Football Awards.
Best foods to avoid a winter cold
While the winter season brings lots of festivities and fun, it also tends to be the time we see an uptick in colds.
George Soros doing his best to get Clinton elected: Analyst
Jewish billionaire George Soros is behind the recent push for election vote recount in the US in a bid to get Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton into the White House, an American analyst argues.
Ronaldo crowned best player in Europe
Cristiano Ronaldo was crowned the best player in Europe by a landslide vote of 40/55.
'World's best teacher' warns on too much testing
The 'world's best teacher' says that a culture of excessive testing can damage standards and 'decimate morale' among teachers.
Brain chooses randomness as best strategy
Scientists at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute's Janelia Research Campus have shown that the brain can temporarily disconnect information about past experience from decision-making circuits, thereby triggering random behavior.

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