OnePlus 6T Review: How The 'Never Settle' Company Settled On 'Being Really Good'

  1. OnePlus 6T Review: How The ‘Never Settle’ Company Settled On ‘Being Really Good’  Forbes
  2. OnePlus 6T has an in-display fingerprint sensor and is coming to T-Mobile for $549  Android Central
  3. OnePlus 6 beta update adds Nightscape camera mode, revised navigation gestures, new ‘About’ UI  9to5Google
  4. OnePlus 6T hands-on: This time around it might actually be a flagship killer  PCWorld
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Roe Is 'Settled Law,' Kavanaugh Tells Collins. Democrats Aren't Moved.

  1. Roe Is ‘Settled Law,’ Kavanaugh Tells Collins. Democrats Aren’t Moved.  New York Times
  2. Kavanaugh Says Roe v. Wade Is ‘Settled Law,’ GOP Senator Says  Wall Street Journal
  3. Collins Says Supreme Court Nominee Kavanaugh Called Roe v. Wade ‘Settled Law’  NPR
  4. Collins looks ready to toss her pro-choice credentials out the window  Washington Post
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Debate over the identity of an intestinal niche-cell population settled

Debate over the identity of an intestinal niche-cell population settled

Debate over the identity of an intestinal niche-cell population settled, Published online: 06 June 2018; doi:10.1038/d41586-018-05281-z

The cellular microenvironment required to sustain adult intestinal stem cells has long been controversial. Cells that release proteins needed for intestinal-tissue renewal have now been defined.
Source: Nature

China and Vietnam call for maritime disputes to be settled

China and Vietnam call for maritime disputes to be settledChinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Sunday China and Vietnam should settle their disputes in the South China Sea through talks and move to jointly exploit its waters. “We have agreed that settling the maritime issues is extremely important for the healthy and sustainable development of bilateral relations,” he told reporters after a meeting with Vietnamese Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh in Hanoi. China claims 90 percent of the potentially energy-rich maritime territory and has been building on and militarizing rocky outcrops and reefs in its waters.


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