The ancient seeds of the opioid crisis, a love letter to physics, and a ticket to the termite circus: Books in brief

The ancient seeds of the opioid crisis, a love letter to physics, and a ticket to the termite circus: Books in brief

The ancient seeds of the opioid crisis, a love letter to physics, and a ticket to the termite circus: Books in brief, Published online: 15 August 2018; doi:10.1038/d41586-018-05940-1

Barbara Kiser reviews five of the week’s best science picks.
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San Jose liquor store sells only winning Mega Millions ticket for $522-million jackpot

  1. San Jose liquor store sells only winning Mega Millions ticket for $522-million jackpot  Los Angeles Times
  2. Mega Millions ticket worth more than half a billion dollars sold in California  Washington Post
  3. Mega Millions $522M winning ticket sold in Northern California  Fox News
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Mega Millions: Winning ticket for $522 million jackpot sold in California

  1. Mega Millions: Winning ticket for $522 million jackpot sold in California  NBCNews.com
  2. Facebook, Trade Talks, AT&T and Mega Millions – 5 Things You Must Know  TheStreet.com
  3. Winning Mega Millions ticket worth $522 million sold in California  USA TODAY
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Mega Millions $522M jackpot: Winning ticket sold in California

  1. Mega Millions $522M jackpot: Winning ticket sold in California  WSOC Charlotte
  2. You could join the Half Billionaire Club tonight. Mega Millions draws for a $522 million jackpot, its 5th largest  The Coloradoan
  3. Winning ticket for $522 million jackpot sold in California  ABC News
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Ticket offers, tributes as world soccer toasts Thai cave boys' rescue

Ticket offers, tributes as world soccer toasts Thai cave boys' rescue(Reuters) – With victory dedications, soccer shirts and offers of tours and match tickets, some of soccer’s biggest names are cheering the rescue of 12 Thai boys and their coach from a flooded cave, a drama as gripping as the World Cup now at the semi-final stage. The last of the “Wild Boars” football team and their coach were brought out of the cave late on Tuesday after a dangerous rescue that unleashed joy across Thailand, and earned the boys celebrity plaudits from Italy and Spain to England and Brazil. France midfielder Paul Pogba called them “heroes of the day” and dedicated to them his country’s 1-0 win over Belgium, a victory that catapulted Les Bleus into the World Cup final for the first time in 12 years.


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