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The brain may clean out Alzheimer?s plaques during sleep
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Sleep deprivation may speed up development of Alzheimer?s disease.
En Chine, les cirques ne renoncent pas aux animaux sauvages malgré les scandales
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Alors que de plus en plus de pays à travers le monde prohibent l'utilisation des animaux dans les cirques, en Chine, la pratique reste particulièrement courante grâce notammen…
Quels sont les animaux sauvages les plus charismatiques?
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Des chercheurs de l'universit
L'anémone de mer, un animal bien plus complexe qu'il n'y parait
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L'anémone de mer Nematostella vectensis est en réalité bien plus complexe qu'elle n'y paraît, à tel point que son étude nous renseigne sur notre propre biologie.
The Same Genes May Underlie Different Psychiatric Disorders
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A distinct set of genes may underlie several psychiatric conditions
In praise of Altadena Hiker and Karin Bugge
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Karin Bugge, who died this week, brought one of the most humane and original voices to the golden era of blogging.
Scientists learn to repair human bones by studying coral reefs
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Scientists are studying coral skeletons not only to protect them from climate change, but also to better understand how human bones form.
Magnetic model simulated in 3D by D-Wave quantum processor ? Physics World
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Transverse field Ising model run on superconducting qubits
Important new study from AWI: Cooling discovered in Antarctica, enabled by Carbon Dioxide
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I?m sure our alarmist friends will be ready to dismiss this?but, it looks pretty solid. Tommy Tyrberg sends in this tip. He writes: Here is a very interesting paper from the Alfred Wege…
What Breeds Make Up This Mutt?
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Experts did little better than dog lovers — and nobody did very well — when asked to describe the heritage of various mutts.
Chart of the week: The US is the leader in CO2 emissions reduction
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From the American Enterprise Institute via Twitter. h/t to WUWT reader ?Latitude? Last year the United States had the largest decline in CO2 emissions *in the entire world* for the 9th …
Hominins Likely Left Africa Earlier Than Believed
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anthropology, evolution, human evolution, homo erectus, Loess Plateau, anthropology in practice, hominin, Dmanisi
UK Protests President Trump the ?Climate Vandal? ? But a Big Pro-Trump Rally was Banned
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Guest essay by Eric Worrall British mainstream media paint a picture of almost universal support for climate action and overwhelming public hostility towards President Trump. But this is not the co…
Babies’ Cries May Foretell Their Adult Voices, a Study Shows
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New research indicates that the pitch of a baby’s cries at 4 months old may predict the pitch of its speech at age 5.
Starbase Victory summer camp in Portsmouth makes science fun, students say
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Students learned about ecology, electricity and much more at
With millions more in funding, Israeli-US science research grows closer
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Israeli scientists are growing ever closer to their American peers, despite the geographic distance.
FFA: Meeting the future - Texas Ag Talks
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The reach, passion and desire is infinite in FFA members. And they're our future. Gene Hall reflects on the Texas FFA State Convention.
Il faut sauver la baleine noire
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Les scientifiques canadiens et américains développent des solutions pour éviter que plus de 80 % de la population de baleines noires ne s’empêtrent dans du matériel de pêche.
Claim: Climate Change will Cause a Global Corn Crop Failure
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Guest essay by Eric Worrall Another global warming food security study based on unrealistic assumptions. The global corn crop is vulnerable to the effects of climate change By ADAM WERNICK Corn, al…
That Self-Styled
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Pres. Trump threatens the equilibrium not just of the international order, but of the planet we all depend on
The future of the ECO coin | Next Nature Network
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How can we design a cryptocurrency for the better of humanity and ecology? In the last story of the crypto deep dive we explore two kinds of cryptocurrencies, and delve through the ECO-coin framework, that intends to bring humans, a democratic system, and living trees, into this sustainable, communal cryptocurrency.
Students with 0 or negative in physics, chemistry in NEET got into MBBS colleges in 2017: Report
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Though the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, a common entrance exam for admission to medical colleges, was initiated to make admission process in medical colleges, especially private colleges, more transparent, the new percentile system seems to hav
Conjunction of Inanna and Theia's Child Tonight
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There was quite the spectacle in the heavens tonight, the conjunction of Inanna and Theia's child. Obviously some explanation is needed h...
California Clinic Screens Asylum Seekers for Honesty
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Facilities like these hunt for evidence that can determine the fate of applicants
Autism Hope Summit: Hope with a Plan
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If you’ve ever felt frustrated or hopeless while dealing with the heartbreaking challenges of Autism, you’re not alone. More than 3.5 million Americans live with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Severe Autism diagnoses don’t need to be a living death sentence. Many of the severe symptoms of Autism can be greatly reduced, allowing these kids to?
Health Experts Rebut Trump EPA Censoring Science Rule
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The Natural Resources Defense Council works to safeguard the earth - its people, its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
How to Keep Yourself Awake at Work Without Caffeine
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Wondering how to keep yourself awake? Try these healthy remedies to stimulate your senses and stay awake at work without caffeine.
Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #321
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Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project THIS WEEK: By Ken Haapala, President Sea Level Hockey-Sticks? Last week’s TWTW discussed the lawsuit by Rhode Isla…
Communicating climate change
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Both the uncertainty inherent in scientific data, and the honesty of those scientists who report such data to any given audience, can sow doubt about the science of climate change. The perception of this duality is engrained in how the human mind works. We illustrate this through a personal experience connecting with global environmentalism, and?
The EPA Should Not Restrict The Science They Use To Protect Us
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On Tuesday morning, the Environmental Protection Agency is holding their only hearing on their proposed rule that would restrict the science that the agency is allowed to consider in developing health and safety protections. My colleagues and I have written extensively about this proposal. On Tuesda
Opinion | Raising a Child in a Doomed World
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Some would say our mistake was having our daughter in the first place.
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With instability in the streets, a revolution and regime change have become possible
Make Something
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Sharing skills, sharing stories and creating with your own hands
The prehistoric peopling of Southeast Asia
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Light Beam Lets the Deaf (Gerbil) Hear
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A next-generation cochlear implant might allow the hearing-impaired to listen to music and cope with noise
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Utility companies holding back on investment, says business lobby group
Rock and Roll Actually Is Noise Pollution Says New Biology Study
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A Department of Biology assistant professor at Mississippi State University tested a hypothesis as to whether rock and roll is or isn't noise pollution.
Bar-Ilan University: a habitat for interdisciplinary science
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Professor Shulamit Michaeli presents Bar-Ilan University, a Tel Aviv-based university boasting big ambitions, unparalleled achievements, and ever-increasing academic prowess.