Marco Dimitri

Consulting Analyst at Computer Crime Research Center. Engineering Electronics and Telecommunications. Seminar Analysis of Violent Crime University of Rome.
  • Charles Manson, cult leader and killer, dead at 83

    Charles Manson, the wild-eyed and diminutive cult leader convicted of orchestrating the gruesome slayings committed by his followers of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and eight others in the summer of 1969, has died. Manson was 83. He had been in custody for what came to be known He died...
  • HIV/AIDS – Causes, Signs, Symptoms & Prevention

    Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) refers to a range of symptoms which are caused due to Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIC) infection. After the infection occurs, the person usually does not experience very pronounced symptoms but may go through influenza-like symptoms. Following this, there is a long period that is typically...
  • Powerful earthquake on Iran-Iraq border kills more than 330, injures thousands

    A powerful 7.3 magnitude earthquake that struck the Iraq-Iran border region killed over 330 people in both countries, sent people fleeing their homes into the night and was felt as far west as the Mediterranean coast, authorities reported on Monday. Iran’s western Kermanshah province bore the brunt of the...
  • ASU professor resigns amid Catholic Church child sexual-abuse scandal

    A renowned professor of medieval art history at Arizona State University was forced to resign Thursday after the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn announced he had sexually abused minors decades ago while he was an East Coast priest. Professor Jaime Lara was ordained in 1973 and was in active...
  • Kevin Spacey to be erased from upcoming film

    The director and producers of the completed but unreleased Hollywood film All the Money in the World have chosen to remove Kevin Spacey from the movie, recast his role and reshoot his scenes following sexual misconduct allegations against the actor. The extraordinary measure to erase a leading actor from a completed...
  • What is going on at this year’s COP23 climate change negotiations?

    In the run-up to this yearly milestone event, data on emissions suggests they have peaked in many countries, while the UNEP has suggested six ideas to make sure we stay on track to keep within a 2°C target. With talks preparing the ground for 2018, there are worries that the...
  • PHIL ZUCKERMAN : Society without God

      Sociologist Zuckerman spent a year in Scandinavia seeking to understand how Denmark and Sweden became probably the least religious countries in the world, and possibly in the history of the world. While many people, especially Christian conservatives, argue that godless societies devolve into lawlessness and immorality, Denmark and...
  • HOW TO BUILD A ROBOT THAT WON’T TAKE OVER THE WORLD

    SAAC ASIMOV’S FAMOUS Three Laws of Robotics—constraints on the behavior of androids and automatons meant to ensure the safety of humans—were also famously incomplete. The laws, which first appeared in his 1942 short story “Runaround” and again in classic works like I, Robot, sound airtight at first: A robot may not...
  • Scientists Unleash CRISPR on RNA

    The CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing system allows scientists to permanently alter the human genome faster and more precisely than ever before (see Sep 2014 news; May 2016 news). What if scientists wanted to make a temporary change, by targeting RNA instead? In the October 25 Science, researchers led by Feng Zhang of the Broad Institute of...
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