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Apologies for the late release. Issues with the computer kept me sidelined. Alas, I will make it up to you with two days-in-a-row of all the STEAMy goodness!
Opening, Oxford University uses machine learning for lip reading program.
Subsequently, researchers at UT-Austin reveal how Great Dying was accompanied by more extinctions.
Thirdly, NCECA closes out its Portland Conference.
Next, researchers at Penn State link nose shape to climate.
Also, Harvard Art Museums is housing grocery artwork.
Lastly, MIT researchers say bird flu can enter the US through Alaska.
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