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Fallen window leads to big archeological find in Ireland
A medieval window found by a farmer in his field has been the key to discovering what is regarded by historians as ‘hugely significant’ remains of a Cistercian settlement in east Co Meath, Ireland, dating back to the 13th century.
Liverpool's transfer window will not be 'biggest', Klopp says
Liverpool will not have a busy transfer window ahead of the new Premier League season, with fit-again Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and teenager Rhian Brewster set to compete for starting places, manager Juergen Klopp said.
A window into the deadly pollution in India's capital
Air quality has been deteriorating over recent weeks in India’s capital New Delhi as farmers burn crop residue in neighboring states and the smoke combines with industrial and vehicular emissions.
Sources: Musk shakes up SpaceX in race to make satellite launch window
SpaceX Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk flew to the Seattle area in June for meetings with engineers leading a satellite launch project crucial to his space company’s growth.
New window coating can lower energy bill in two ways
Material engineers in China have developed window coatings that both regulate temperature and generate electricity.
Window for learning language may stay open surprisingly long
Language learning isn’t kid stuff anymore. In fact, it never was, a provocative new study concluded.
Limited window to change commuting habits
Over 128 million daily commuters in the US and 75 percent report they drive alone. From improving traffic flow to air quality, convincing people to choose a possibly 'greener' mode of transportation presents many challenges.
Eyes offer window into brain’s timekeepers
The eyes may reveal whether the brain’s internal stopwatch runs fast or slow.
Smart window coating could keep cars cool
For populations living at or near the equator, heat is plentiful. If there were a way to get the visible light from the Sun, without all that excess thermal radiation, summer might be a whole lot more bearable.

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