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Girl Scouts offer new badges for science, technology, engineering and math
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Girl Scouts from tiny Daisies to teen Ambassadors may earn 23 new badges focused on science, technology, engineering and math.
Whatever You Do, Do Not Take Your Eye Off Trump?s War on Science
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The U.S. can?t afford to cede its leadership role in science and technology.
Energy-harvesting bracelet could power wearable electronics
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(Phys.org)?Researchers have designed a bracelet that harvests biomechanical energy from the wearer's wrist movements, which can then be converted into electricity and used to extend the battery lifetime of personal electronics or even fully power some of these devices.
Orlando City reaches agreement to bring Dom Dwyer back
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Orlando City signed Sporting Kansas City forward Dom Dwyer on Tuesday
Could spraying particles into marine clouds help cool the planet?
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The idea of geoengineering, also known as climate engineering, is very controversial. But as greenhouse gases continue to accumulate in our atmosphere, scientists are beginning to look at possible emergency measures.
Pune scientist Pinaki Talukdar bags Bronze for his work in Chemistry
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Pinaki Talukdar, who has been associated with IISER since 2009, along with his team has been working on intersections of organic synthesis, supramolecular chemistry and biology
Peter and Rosemary Grant receive Royal Medal in Biology
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Peter Grant, the Class of 1877 Professor of Zoology, Emeritus, and professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, emeritus, and B. Rosemary Grant, senior biologist, ecology and evolutionary biology, have been named recipients of the Royal Medal in Biology.
Ex-Marine from Ocala dies in Syrian fighting
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The father of a former Marine from Ocala says he was notified by the U.S. State Department that his son was killed in Syria.
How to Make Extremism Mainstream and Fake a Debate about
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Is there a genuine debate taking place about Islamophobia? When and why did the “concern” about Islamophobia reach the highest levels of government in North America and western Europe? On which particular goal do all governmental parties fundamentally agree in this alleged debate? What does the nature of the debate, and the interests that are?
Is Complaining Good or Bad For You?
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Pop psychology tells us that complaining is a sort of catharsis—that by getting our feelings out rather than bottling them up, we’ll feel better. But it turns out this is largely a myth.
How To Make The Perfect Piece Of Fried Chicken, According To Science
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The real reason we learn chemistry in school.
Bacteria Can Be Resistant To Brand New Antibiotics
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Exposure to existing antibiotics can imbue infectious bacteria with resistance that also kicks in against new drugs related to the originals. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Trump makes controversial pick for head of chemical safety office
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White House choice for Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention - who has written stories mixing science and the Bible - is criticised for industry ties
Slain 'Gorilla's In The Mist' Primatologist Dian Fossey Featured In New Series
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"Dian undoubtedly saved a species," Sir David Attenborough said.
“We are living a version of the Handmaid’s Tale”
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THE sperm count of Australian men has plummeted in recent decades, dropping more than 50 per cent in less than 40 years, according to new research with paints a worrying picture of the vitality of our men.
How Kids See the World Depends a Lot on
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
From the time we are born, most of us humans closely watch the world around us, paying special attention to people’s faces and expressions. Now, for the first time, an NIH-funded team has shown that the ways in which children look at faces and many other things are strongly influenced by the genes they’ve inherited?
Fungal spores harness physics to launch themselves
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Researchers from Duke University have uncovered the detailed mechanics of the way fungal spores have evolved to harness the power of merging water droplets to launch in a uniform manner.
Autism Severity Detected With Brain Activity Test
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Proton beam therapy is arriving in the UK: what does that mean for patients?
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In part 2 of our new radiotherapy series, we discuss proton beam therapy. What can and can’t it offer? And what does its arrival in the UK mean for patients?
Smart surface enables advanced manipulation of droplets
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For many years, engineers have sought to create a special kind of surface: one that can both repel and absorb liquids, and whose ability to do so?its "wetting behaviour"?can be quickly and precisely controlled. The technology would have a wide range of potential applications, from water filtration and biomedical devices to liquid optical lenses and lab-on-a-chip systems.
The bizarre physics of fire ants
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Why engineers at Georgia Tech are studying ants.
Fungi use water droplet cannons to fling spores into the breeze
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A pair of merging droplets help fungi to disperse their spores. Now researchers have figured out exactly how
On a mission to Mars (with Hawaii stopover) - BBC News
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Researchers living near the active Hawaiian Volcano Mauna Loa are simulating what it's like to "live" on Mars.
A limiting factor on producing electricity in a warming world? Water.
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Without planning and cooperation, EU countries could be up against a water problem.
Trump touts racial segregation, antisemitism, lewd behavior, at Boy Scout rally
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If you give your children over to the Boy Scouts for a day or two, they may do something to them akin to abuse. This happened. The Boy Scouts knew what they were getting into when they invited Dona…
Sorry, Internet, Some Of Your Favorite Space Pictures Are Fakes (Synopsis)
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“Some people think that the truth can be hidden with a little cover-up and decoration. But as time goes by, what is true is revealed, and what is fake fades away.” -Ismail Haniyeh Have you ever see…
Physics discovery unlocks ingredients of 2-D ?sandwich?
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Northeastern University's official news source
Department of Biology welcomes three new faculty members
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Recent additions bring diverse expertise and cultural perspectives to research community.
True leadership is underpinned by these 10 key qualities.
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The best leaders don't just manage a team. They influence others and trigger significant change. Discover the 10 essential pillars of true leadership.
How to replace a US Senator who leaves or dies in office
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The Constitution of Great Britain, which was famously not a thing, defined three entities of what Americans would call government, one elected by the common people, the King or Queen, and in betwee…
‘Nothing to lose and everything to gain’ – Alfred’s story
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Read Alfred's story of joining the STAMPEDE clinical trial. His is one of the many stories featured in our 2016/17 Annual Review.
Scientists Identify New Species of Ocean Sunfish: Hoodwinker Sunfish (Mola tecta) | Biology | Sci-News.com
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A group of marine biologists led by Murdoch University researcher Marianne Nyegaard has identified and described an elusive new species of ocean sunfish.
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Google's machine learning algorithm gets human help in quest for fusion power
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Google and Tri Alpha Energy, the world?s largest private fusion company, have joined forces to use machine learning algorithms in an attempt to bring us closer to achieving the dream of clean, unlimited fusion power.
Who?s Afraid of Sea-Level Acceleration? | Watts Up With That? on WordPress.com
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by Joe Born This is kind of a coda to Willis Eschenbach's recent post about sea-level rise. In that post Mr. Eschenbach argued against confidence in the recently observed accelerations' reality. His post was characteristically compelling. But there's a sense in which the question of whether apparent acceleration is real seems secondary to whether the?
Ramen bar taking spot in Thornton Park
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Jinya Ramen Bar is coming to Thornton Park in a spot formerly occupied by Verde Cantina.
Three New Toad Species Discovered in Nevada | Biology | Sci-News.com
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A team of researchers led by University of Nevada Professor C. Richard (Dick) Tracy has discovered three new toad species in the Great Basin region of northern Nevada.
Regular Physical Activity Has Anti-Inflammatory Properties, New Review Says | Medicine | Sci-News.com
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Regular physical activity represents a natural, strong anti-inflammatory strategy and should be integrated in the management of patients with cardiometabolic diseases, according to a review of previous studies by Bente Klarlund Pedersen, a clinical professor at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
The People Whose Genetic Tests Uncover Mysteries
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Dealing with the uncertainty of a little-understood genetic mutation can be harder than just getting bad news.