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In this issue:  Criticism of colleges, picking a good drone,
and the Nobel Prize in physics.

Registered Rep. questions whether people paying as much as a
quarter of a million dollars to send one child to college
are getting their money's worth.

  Real-Time Predictive Coding

Dozens of pre-assembled consumer drones are now available
between $200 and $9,000, and Fast Company looked into
virtually all of them to find the best one for aerial
photography, videography, and generally having fun.

Chemistry World reports that the 2014 Nobel Prize in physics
has been awarded to Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amanoan, and
Shuji Nakamura for the invention of efficient blue light
emitting diodes.
Information Today has Thomson Reuters' predictions for Nobel
Prize winners based on mining scientific research citations
and conducted qualitative analysis to find the most
influential nominees in chemistry, physics, economics, and
The nonprofit lab Battelle recently introduced an
all-inclusive chemical-biological-explosive detector the
size of a microwave oven that can detect airborne pathogens
in minutes with recurring costs of about $1 per day,
according to National Defense.

Think Washington shouldn't have to change football team's
name?   AskMen thinks it can change your perspective.  The
NFL has so many controversies going on right now, it's hard
to know where to start.  But the league still has some
issues in the mix when it comes to race and culture.