Monthly Archives: January 2015


1. 영어 기사 읽기 1) Snail’s Venom Puts Fish in Insulin Coma, Scientific American – Well, true, the fish can dart away. (dart away – 잽싸게 도망치다) – She and her colleagues discovered that the cone snail’s venom contains not

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1. 영어 기사 읽기 1) Gaming to death: What turns a hobby into a health hazard?, CNN – Throughout my research career I have argued that although all addictions have particular and idiosyncratic characteristics, they share more commonalities than differences

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1. 영어 기사 읽기 1) Why a Messy Workspace Undermines Your Persistence, HBR – In one of our experiments, more than 100 undergraduates were exposed either to an uncluttered space or to a work area where papers, folders, and cups

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1. 영어 기사 읽기 1) Rival Space Internets Vie For Sky Pie, Scientific American – Rival Space Internets Vie For Sky Pie (vie – 어떤 것을 차지하기 위해 경쟁하다) 2) Post claims one Japanese ISIS hostage beheaded; new demand made,

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1. 영어 기사 읽기 1) Tech Consequences Voiced By Carnegie Mellon Prez, Scientific American 2) Fate of Japanese hostages unknown as ISIS deadline apparently passes, CNN – But ISIS appears unswayed. (unswayed – 영향을 받지 않는) – In his communication

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1. 영어 기사 읽기 1) The Pros and Cons of Doing One Thing at a Time, HBR – It goes against my ingrained task-juggling habit, which I’ve come to believe is why I can hit my multiple, ever-changing deadlines. (ingrained

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1. 영어 기사 읽기 1) Tropical Forests Pay Price for Gold Rush, Scientific American – In addition to the destruction of the forest itself, mining causes additional problems, such as air, soil and water pollution from arsenic, cyanide and mercury.

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