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|Does Pharma's Emphasis On External Sourcing Of Drugs Represent A Strategic Shift Away From Internal Research?|
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Over the past few years, big pharma companies have announced a host of new collaborations. These vary from deals with small biotech companies for early drugs or new technologies, to major alliances with academic institutions. Many companies, such as Pfizer, Novartis, and AstraZeneca, have even begun to co-locate research labs in “hotbeds” of academic excellence such as Cambridge (Massachusetts and England).
|Keir Simmons: Did Missing Jet Make Drastic Maneuver?|
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NBC News' Keir Simmons reports from a Malaysian search and rescue military plane as operations continue to locate clues in missing flight 370.
|Zelalem set to pen professional deal|
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Arsenal are set to offer teenage starlet Gedion Zelalem his first professional contract with the club, the Mail Online understands. [...]
|Modi's Indian election bandwagon rolling as he picks up allies|
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By Douglas Busvine NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Opposition challenger Narendra Modi's hunt for allies to emerge from India's April-May election with a coalition large enough to rule is gaining momentum, with regional politicians flocking to team up with his Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). "Foes flock to Pied Piper Modi," read a headline in the Mail Today newspaper on Tuesday. "This is a sign of forming confidence," said Sanjay Kumar of the CSDS polling group, who sees the BJP's candidate for prime minister as the clear frontrunner heading into the five-week-long election that starts on April 7. Modi wants control over at least 272 of the 543 lower house seats at stake to form a majority government, a feat the BJP has never achieved on its own because its mainly Hindu constituency is not spread evenly across the world's largest democracy.
|Class action suit filed against Google over children's in-app purchases|
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Google is facing a lawsuit over unauthorized in-app purchases on Android devices by children.
The class action suit is brought on behalf of all persons in the U.S. who paid for unauthorized purchases of game currency by their minor children through the Google Play app store. It was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, one of the law firms that filed the suit said Monday.
Many games in the Google Play store are offered free but are designed to induce in-app purchases of virtual supplies, ammunition, fruits and vegetables or cash, the class action law firms involved in the case noted in the
|In Defense of Book Banning|
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Mark Hemingway, The Federalist
|Al Qaeda hijacks spirit of Syria revolt three years on|
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By Samia Nakhoul KILLIS, ON THE TURKISH-SYRIAN BORDER (Reuters) - Syrian refugees in this border outpost were delighted to hear their home town of Azaz had been liberated - not from Bashar al-Assad's troops but from al-Qaeda fighters who subjected them to a regime that included torture and public beheadings. For Syrians who three years ago rose up against 43 years of Assad family rule, living under the hard-line Sunni jihadists who said they had come to save them from the president's atrocities was even worse than Assad himself. While neither Assad nor the rebels have the upper hand, there is a growing sense among his foreign opponents that the battle for Syria has become a twin-track operation, with defeating the jihadists as important as ousting Assad. Many of those who initially succeeded in liberating large parts of northern Syria from government control soon found themselves under the yoke of foreign jihadists.
|Probe Is Profiling Passengers, Exploring Many Possibilities|
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Malaysian police said Tuesday they were investigating whether hijacking, sabotage or other possibilities caused the disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines jetliner Saturday and were compiling information about the psychological profiles of those on board.
|Hair Follicles in a Dish Make for Cruelty-Free Testing|
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Researchers are testing treatments for baldness on lab-grown locks
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|Make 2013 a year to embrace risk|
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This year, playing it safe could cost you. Instead, consider putting your money in some emerging markets or Europe.
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