New Uses for Forgotten Office Items

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Paying too much for car insurance? Do this.

EverQuote operates a leading online insurance marketplace, connecting consumers with insurance providers. The company’s data & technology platform matches and connects consumers seeking to purchase insurance with relevant options from the company’s broad direct network of insurance providers, saving consumers and providers time and money. EverQuote was founded with the vision to empower customers to […]

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Biden announces economic team with Janet Yellen at Treasury, Neera Tanden at budget office

President-elect Joe Biden unveiled his economic team Monday as the incoming administration prepares to navigate a recession resulting from the coronavirus pandemic at a time when congressional Republicans have become more reluctant to fuel record deficit spending. The key figure is Janet Yellen, Biden’s choice to become Treasury secretary after previously leading the Federal Reserve. Other appointees include […]

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Following controversial Christmas comments, Melania Trump unveils White House holiday decor

Weeks after controversy ensued over a recording of Melania Trump making negative remarks about decorating for Christmas, the first lady is unveiling this year’s White House decorations. In a post shared to her Twitter account Monday, Trump gave a virtual tour of the traditional decorations amid the coronavirus pandemic. “During this special time of the year, I […]

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Moderna becomes second company to request emergency FDA authorization for COVID-19 vaccine candidate

Biotech company Moderna will apply Monday for an emergency use authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration after receiving more good news about the safety and effectiveness of its candidate COVID-19 vaccine. Moderna will be the second vaccine maker to request authorization from the federal government after similarly positive results for Pfizer and its German […]

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Simulations open a new way to reverse cell aging

Research findings by a KAIST team provide insight into the complex mechanism of cellular senescence and present a potential therapeutic strategy for reducing age-related diseases associated with the accumulation of senescent cells. Simulations that model molecular interactions have identified an enzyme that could be targeted to reverse a natural aging process called cellular senescence. The […]

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