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UK hunger survey to measure food insecurity
The government is to introduce an official measure of how often low-income families across the UK skip meals or go hungry because they cannot afford to buy enough food.
Lack of sleep makes you angrier: Study
To measure anger, researchers had participants come to the lab - before and after the sleep manipulation - to rate different products while listening to brown noise (similar to the sound of spraying water) or more aversive white noise (similar to a static signal).
A measure of China's inflation slows for fourth straight month in October
China's factory-gate inflation slowed for the fourth month in October amid cooling domestic demand for raw materials and ebbing manufacturing activity, underscoring rising economic pressure in the face of simmering trade frictions with the United States.
Scientists improve ability to measure electrical properties of plasma
Any solid surface immersed within a plasma, including those in satellite engines and fusion reactors, is surrounded by a layer of electrical charge that determines the interaction between the surface and the plasma.
Brain waves measure employee happiness
By using a solution called ‘emotional surveillance technology’, Chinese employers are looking to change the workflow to increase the productivity of their employees and therefore profits.
Researchers measure gene activity in single cells
For biologists, a single cell is a world of its own: It can form a harmonious part of a tissue, or go rogue and take on a diseased state, like cancer.
New method to measure effects of a fourth dimension
Two teams of scientists have measured the effects of a fourth dimension in a pair of lab experiments.
Scientists improve ability to measure rock stress
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have developed a more accurate method for measuring rock stress.
Forget austerity, this measure gives blessing for a fiscal fest
There's never been a better time to be deep in debt. A dearth of safe assets, low rates and central bank purchases are keeping bond yields low and are likely to continue doing so for years to come. But governments are missing out on this opportunity to finance investments, partly because of their focus on gross debt-to-GDP ratios.
Astronomers measure ripples in the cosmic web
A team of astronomers said they've measured small-scale ripples in the cosmic web — a first.
Tarantulas measure distance with their lateral eyes
The original tarantula species, Lycosa tarantula, sometimes called the tarantula wolf spider, has a knack for geometry.
China targets North Korea with rare trade measure
China has stepped up its own pressure on North Korea over its missile and nuclear programs, suspending imports of North Korean coal, a major source of revenue for the government in Pyongyang.
Stanford scientists measure African crop yields from space
Researchers at Stanford University have developed a new method for accurately measuring crop yields using satellite images.
`China says some factories have violated anti-smog measure
China’s Environmental Ministry said on Tuesday that an unspecified number of companies had violated measures meant to reduce smog during a period of particularly noxious pollution in the country.

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