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Is the Earth flat? Meet the people questioning science
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Believe it or not, some people still think the world is flat, and that we are all victims of a giant conspiracy. Alex Moshakis heads to Birmingham to meet Britain’s Flat Earthers
Each year the government asks 10 simple questions to test the public's knowledge of science. Can you correctly answer them all?
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Every two years, The National Science Foundation is required to tell the president how the US is doing in regard to science and engineering. The 2018 report is out, and the news is ok but not great. See how you perform on the NSF's quiz to test public fluency in science.
Your Summer 'Base Tan' Is Wrecking Your Skin
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There is no safe amount of tanning, and no amount of tanning that won't prematurely age your skin.
Science finds a way to bring back extinct animals
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With more than 5.6 million articles, Wikipedia is an invaluable resource, whether you’re throwing a term paper together at the last minute, or checking to see if Netflix has any plans to bring Dinosaurs back from extinction. We explore some of Wikipedia’s oddities in our 5,656,989-week series, Wiki Wormhole.
DNA can be manipulated to create tiny machines and computers
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Structures can be employed as building blocks to create nanobots and basic computing systems
Hooking the Dinosaur of Fish
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It’s paddlefish season in Montana. Programs to harvest the giant’s caviar and sell it have helped to create a model for sustainable fishing.
Book Review: Washington’s Long War on Syria, by Stephen Gowans
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Review of: Washington’s Long War on Syria, by Stephen Gowans. Published by Baraka Books, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 6 x 9 inches. 280 pages. ISBN No 9781771861083. Paper, $24.95 CDN; PDF/EPUB, $19.99 CDN. Why does Syria matter? What “threat” does Syria represent to the US? Is Syria a democracy? Is the Syrian government a legitimate one??
News from the HayWired fault
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The ruins of Morse & Heslop's mill, Haywards, after the 1868 earthquake (Bancroft Library image) This week the media will mark San Francisco Earthquake Day, 18 April, as they always do but with an extra message for 2018 -- this year will be the 150th anniversary of the original "Big One" in the Bay area,?
How does Ireland compete on the global life sciences stage?
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
We chatted to Anna Kirwan, a life sciences consultant at EY, about how her work helps promising Irish researchers to access vital R&D funding.
There's Nothing Noble about Science?s Nobel Prize Gender Gap
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Opinion: Given the dearth of women receiving the top science prizes, it's time for the Nobel Committee to revamp how it awards great work.
Decoding Alien Messages Could Be the Biggest Citizen-Science Project Ever
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If we ever get a message from intelligent aliens, we may need the combined brainpower of billions of people around the world to figure it out.
Quantum physics may be even spookier than you think
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A new experiment hints at surprising hidden mechanics of quantum superpositions
Does your sports horse need a friend?
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Many horses kept for sports or recreational use are housed in individual stables, some only for a part of the day and others permanently. So...
Class of 2018: Belton Honea Path valedictorian Samantha Hardin inspired by physics
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Samantha Hardin fell in love with physics after reading "A Wrinkle in Time" in fifth grade.
Are We Really Prepared for the Genetic Revolution?
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Genetic data could lead to more personalized, meaningful education, but only if parents, teachers and policymakers understand genetics well enough to correctly use the information
Genetics or exercise: Which wins at weight loss?
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While it’s perfectly normal to look at your family and wonder, “how in the world can I ever beat my genetics,” the truth is that your weight has far more to do with your daily choices than you might think. But a big part of the puzzle is your age...
Fix The Gut To Fix Immune Problems And Inflammation
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
—Why the gut is responsible for allergies, acne, depression, and more... Why is gut health important? What is autoimmune disease? What causes inflammation? How do you boost your immune
Northwestern receives $10 million grant to fund quantitative biology research
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Northwestern received a $10 million grant to fund research in quantitative biology, the University announced Thursday. The grant was funded by the National Science Foundation and the Simons Foundation. It will establish the NSF-Simons Center for Quantitative Biology, which will focus on collaborative research in mathematics and molecular, cellular and organismal biology. Molecular biosciences Prof....
Human Female Sexual Selection Is Multi Variable
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Why females select the males they select and open their gates is an interesting study or contemplation. This is not a formal Propertarian post. The distinction being that, in formal posts, I'm
Climate ?Prisoner?s Dilemma? for Psychology Undergraduates
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Guest essay by Eric Worrall What would you think of a Psychology lecturer who every year plays a real life version Prisoner's Dilemma with undergraduates, awarding course credits based on the outcome of a climate cooperation game? What a Simple Psychological Test Reveals About Climate Change If everyone’s success depended on it, would you share—or?
Skeletons come in many shapes and sizes
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In Skeletons, two paleobiologists recount how and why skeletons evolved, as well as the variety of forms they take and the many purposes they serve.
Rätsel VII
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Nach längerer Pause mal wieder eine Folge aus unserer beliebten Rätselreihe. Jemand gibt sein Alter in der folgenden Form an: $latex x^2+(2x)^2+1^2; (\mbox{x ist prim} \not=2) $ Wie alt ist der Man…
Butterflies take flight in science museum's revamped garden
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The painted ladies waited patiently for their moment.
Werbetext statt Studienbericht? Homöopathie beim Prader-Willi-Syndrom
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Homöopathen sind erfahrene Werbespezialisten. Sie verkaufen ein Produkt, das gegen so ziemlich alles helfen soll, von der Erkältung bis zur Krebserkrankung. Auch die Behandlung von Ebola fehlt nich…
The Sun Tracker, Reloaded
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Hello! So, finally I got some time and internet connection to update my blog after such a long time. Actually, I just joined college and mov...
Scientists Change Biology with Technology
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Scientists are using new advances in artificial technology to change human biology.
Joey Gallo can beat the shift without sacrificing power
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Hint: it involves something most sabermetrics fans hate, the bunt.
Schweinswale – die große Not der kleinen Wale
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Kleine Wale gleiten durch die sedimentgetrübten Gewässer der Nord- und Ostsee, weitgehend unbemerkt und unbeobachtet von der Öffentlichkeit: Schweinswale (Phocoena phocoena), eine kleine Familie vo…
The Gleeful Abandon of Youthful Curiosity
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Giant leaf piles, the Mythbusters and remembering what it was like to be a curious kid
A Tiny Reason for Big Dinosaurs to Gather Together
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Transmission of essential bacteria might have given herbivorous dinosaurs an additional reason to form herds
Market complexity also makes for instability
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Since the financial crisis of 2008, an explosion of research has aimed to understand what makes financial markets prone to sporadic crise...
Inaugural meeting of the Life Sciences Council at Downing Street
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Yesterday Health and Social Care Secretary Jeremy Hunt and Business Secretary Greg Clark chaired the inaugural meeting of the Life Sciences Council at Downing Street.
ENDRA Life Sciences' (NDRA) CEO Francois Michelon on Q1 2018 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
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ENDRA Life Sciences Inc. (NASDAQ:NDRA) Q1 2018 Earnings Conference Call May 15, 2018 04:30 PM ET Executives Chris Tyson - Managing Director, MZ North America Fr
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Chief of world’s largest wind turbine manufacturer says battery tech ‘missing part’
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Hedge funds convinced themselves that they understood market fundamentals better than the professionals
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Chief says measures have caused broad uncertainty beyond direct targets
Synchronicity: How Progressives, Conservatives, and Libertarians Get Along
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PREFACE This is a brutal, long, and difficult post, but in its full capacity, its purpose is to help anyone understand why they prefer to love their fellow humans than hate them. Everyone does