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Opinion | Science Saves an Old Chestnut
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Genetic engineering rescues a tree from a threatening fungus.
Wrap-Up of Federal and State Chemical Regulatory Developments, June 2019 | JD Supra
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SCIENCE : CHEMISTRY
TSCA/FIFRA/TRI - EPA Issues Draft Revised Method For ESA Pesticide Assessments: On May 16, 2019, the U.S. Environmental Protection...
STUDENT'S POINT IAS Coaching in Bhopal Reviews
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Reviews of the STUDENT'S POINT IAS Coaching in Bhopal Reviews. STUDENT'S POINT IAS Coaching in Bhopal Details. Contact Details, Fees, Address etc.
A A shah IAS Institute Mumbai Reviews
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
A A shah IAS Institute Mumbai Reviews Address :- Guru Kripa, Bahubali, Ground Floor, 17-G, Cawasji Patel Rd, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra
Dronacharya IAS Academy Mumbai Reviews
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Dronacharya IAS Academy Mumbai Reviews Address 2 :- Ground Floor, L.T. Road, Behind Diamond Cinema, Kahan Bhavan, Borivali (West),Mumbai,
Lakshya Academy Mumbai Reviews
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Reviews of the Lakshya Academy Mumbai. Complete Ratings and Reviews of the Lakshya Academy Mumbai. Contact Details, Fees, Location, Address of the Lakshya Academy Mumbai.
Carbon to burn: UK net-zero emissions pledge undermined by biomass energy
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
The UK and EU say they plan to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, even as both pursue plans to burn massive amounts of carbon-producing wood pellets.
Tesla Pickup Truck Claims Defy The Laws Of Physics
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
Tesla has been teasing its pickup truck for months, with the first glimpse offered at the March reveal of the Model Y SUV. Elon Musk has claimed the Tesla picku
RealAg Radio, June 19: Pipeline expansion, drought stress, and farm show dress codes
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
It's a special show today, with RealAg Radio recording at Canada's Farm Progress Show in Regina, SK. Today on the show you'll hear: Top Ag News with Jessika Guse; A farmer panel with Rob Stone, Günter Jochum, and Scotty Heps discussing crop progress; farm show dress codes; drought stress; frozen canola and flea beetles; spraying; trade issues; and more. Have feedback? Story idea? Send an email to Shaun Haney about the show at shaney@realagriculture.com or connect with us @Realagriculture on Face
Wheat Pete?s Word, June 19: N top ups, sunshine, controlling big weeds, and BYDV
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
While Ontario struggles to dry out, the lucky ones in Western Canada are rejoicing in some meaningful rainfall. It's been a week of planting, watching weeds grow, and haying in some parts of Ontario, too. What does a little rain mean for Western Canada? Possibly more nitrogen. What do cool temperatures mean for corn in Ontario? Also, possibly more nitrogen. Host Peter Johnson is talking N needs, big weeds, and aphid invasions in this Wheat Pete's Word. (Summary is below the player!) Have a quest
Life Sciences IPOs Haven?t Slowed in 2019 | JD Supra
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
In our 2018 year-end review of life sciences and tech IPOs, we noted that life sciences offerings totaled 67 raising an average of $133 million while...
The Life Sciences Report - Summer 2019 | JD Supra
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Navigating the U.S. Healthcare Regulatory Landscape for Wearable Devices - Complex Environment Includes Key Federal Agencies FDA, FTC,...
Life sciences litigation in focus | Angela Bilbow | CDR Article
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
???????Coverage of the morning sessions of CDR?s Life Sciences Litigation Symposium highlights from keynote speaker Michael Prior of the UK government?s Intellectual Property Office.
Gifted educator Margaret-Ann Armour used puffs of smoke to spark a love of science
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
At the University of Alberta she started out as one of few female profs in the hard sciences, and she went on to help devise a strategy for increasing female participation in the STEM disciplines
Not the end of court challenges for TMX pipeline, says political science professor | CBC News
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
The federal government has once again approved the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project, but U of S political science professor Greg Poelzer says this isn’t the end of the challenges.
Combating e-coli with tree needles: it's possible says student Erica Forsythe  | CBC News
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
It all started with wanting to know what grew inside of her classmates' lunchboxes.
Super Awesome Science Show: Ticked off by Lyme
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
On this episode of the 'Super Awesome Science Show,' we talk about what Lyme disease is, how it's spread and how you can avoid getting bitten by ticks that carry the disease.
School of Rehabilitation Science, CanChild celebrate 30th anniversaries
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
McMaster’s School of Rehabilitation Science and the CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research are both celebrating their 30th anniversaries this year.
Cool Science: Chemistry tie-dye artwork | Watch News Videos Online
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Watch Cool Science: Chemistry tie-dye artwork Video Online, on GlobalNews.ca
Opinion: What behavioural science can teach about vaccine hesitancy
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
By revealing how our grasp of facts is often stubbornly distorted, behavioural science points toward shaping behaviour rather than beliefs.
McMaster Science students go behind the scenes at Eli Lilly Canada
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
A team of McMaster Science students recently had the chance to gain valuable insights into the drug development process and explore career paths in the pharmaceutical industry during a recent visit to pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly Canada.
Spider-Man gets a little science fair help from Audi in a new short - Roadshow
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Parker and his pal Ned Leeds need a leg up for their science fair project and Audi has jus the answer.
If ?Greenland is catastrophically melting?, how do alarmists explain NASA?s growing Greenland glacier?
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SCIENCE : EARTH SCIENCES
This photo of a dog sled team going through some meltwater on ice in Greenland has made headlines?.but it?s just a snapshot of one place, with summer approaching. Nothing really all tha…
Climate scientists? motivated reasoning
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SCIENCE : EARTH SCIENCES
Reposted from Dr. Curry’s Climate Etc. Posted on June 19, 2019 by curryja by Judith Curry Insights into the motivated reasoning of climate scientists, including my own efforts to sort out my own bi…
Physicists show novel Mott state in twisted graphene bilayers at 'magic angle'
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
A University of Oklahoma physics group sheds light on a novel Mott state observed in twisted graphene bilayers at the 'magic angle' in a recent study just published in Physical Review Letters. OU physicists show the Mott state in graphene bilayers favors ferromagnetic alignment of the electron spins, a phenomenon unheard of in conventional Mott insulators, and a new concept on the novel insulating state observed in twisted graphene bilayers.
Machine learning unlocks mysteries of quantum physics | Cornell Chronicle
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
A Cornell-led team has developed a way to use machine learning to analyze data generated by scanning tunneling microscopy, yielding new insights into how electrons interact and showing how machine learning can be used to further discovery in experimental quantum physics.
Scientists spot merging galaxies from 13 billion years ago
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Scientists have located one of the most distant examples of merging galaxies in results that were published this week.
Autism: More Than Meets the Eye
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
How ability can grow out of seeming disability. 
BELLUS Health (BLUSF) Presents At Raymond James Life Sciences & MedTech Conference - Slideshow
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
The following slide deck was published by BELLUS Health Inc. in conjunction with this event.
Greensboro Science Center?s 10-year plans include sloths, night life, expansions
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
GREENSBORO, N.C. — A gateway to the future. That's the basis behind a 10-year master plan for the Greensboro Science Center. The plans are centered around making the Greensboro Science Center the top destination in the state for arts and science. The plans include adding more sculptures and art, starting on Lawndale Drive leading to the center. The sculptures are meant to be science inspired and help make the center stand out more while also tying into the rebranding of the Battleground Park
Mallinckrodt plc (MNK) Presents at Raymond James Life Sciences and Medtech Conference (Transcript)
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Mallinckrodt plc (NYSE:MNK) Raymond James Life Sciences and Medtech Conference Call June 19, 2019 8:00 A.M. ET Company Participants Bryan Reasons - Chief Financ
Shared fantasies: Justin Lehmiller on the science of sexual desire
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
In this column, I'll share some insights from Justin Lehmiller, an esteemed Research Fellow at The Kinsey Institute and author of the book 'Tell Me What You Want: The Science of Sexual Desire.'
Researchers recommend chemistry educators focus more on environmental impacts | Ensia
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SCIENCE : CHEMISTRY
With chemistry and chemicals at the center of numerous environmental crises ? and their solutions ? incorporating sustainability into chemistry education could make a big difference.
Size is not everything according to latest Nature Index annual tables
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SCIENCE : CHEMISTRY
In the Nature Index 2019 annual tables, released today, the United States is well ahead of China then Germany to make up the top three in the country ranking, while the top three institutions -- the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Harvard University and Max Planck Society -- have held fast to their positions in the institutional ranks. For the first time, the Nature Index annual tables also include a normalized ranking.
How seafood shells could help solve the plastic waste problem
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SCIENCE : CHEMISTRY
Chitin and chitosan from crustacean shells could put a dent in the world?s plastic waste problem.
Cancer cell detection ‘dots’ developed from coal in Assam
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SCIENCE : CHEMISTRY
Costs one-twentieth of imported carbon quantum dots (CQDs).
Neutrons get a wider angle on DNA and RNA to advance 3-D models
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
Scientists from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the University of Maryland are using neutrons at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) to capture new information about DNA and RNA molecules and enable more accurate computer simulations of how they interact with everything from proteins to viruses. Resolving the 3-D structures of the body's fundamental genetic materials in solution will play a vital role in drug discovery and development for critical medical treatment
Prices Fall On Continuously Rising Stockpiles and Fears of Economic and Demand Growth | Drillinginfo
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
US crude oil stocks posted an increase of 2.2 MMBbl from last week. Gasoline inventories increased 0.8 MMBbl and distillate inventories decreased 1.0 MMBbl. Yesterday afternoon, API reported a crude oil build of 4.9 MMBbl, alongside a gasoline build of 0.8 MMBbl and a distillate draw of 3.4 MMBbl. Analysts were expecting a smaller crude ?