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Julian Assange, Political Prisoner: A Dark Day for Citizenship
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After a day of following RT’s live coverage of the outrageous arrest of Julian Assange, abducted from the Embassy of Ecuador in London by British police agents, and then hearing US media fall over each other in a competition for who could make the most psychotic accusations against Assange (Fox News, interestingly, distinguishing itself as?
Injection Lower Than Expected, Prices Show Little Reaction | Drillinginfo
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Natural gas storage inventories increased 25 Bcf, with an implied flow of 29 Bcf, for the week ending April 5, according to the EIA’s weekly report. This injection is well below the market expectation, which was an inventory increase of 38 Bcf. This week also came with reclassifications in the Pacific and South Central regions. ?
Xconomy: San Diego Life Sciences Roundup: Evofem, Cullgen, BrainLeap & More
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Locally based biotech companies receive fresh funding from investors. A software startup launches games that it says may help children with disorders that
12th Annual Review Episode (BSP 152)
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
BS 152 is our 12th annual review episode. In 2018 nine new books were featured and the subjects covered included memory, peri-personal cells, creativity, language, reading, the cerebral mystique, synapses, happiness, emotion and work of Eve Marder.  We had 4 new guests and 4 returning guests along with an encore interview with Dr. Eve Marder. This episode includes highlights from all 11 episodes that were released between January and November 2018.
Climate Protestors Block a Railway with Concrete, Trainjack a Coal Train
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SCIENCE : EARTH SCIENCES
?Stay off the tracks? ? railway sign in Queensland, Australia. Kgbo [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons Guest essay by Eric Worrall In two separate incidents, Extinction Rebelli…
The Superb Grid vs. the SuperGrid
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SCIENCE : CHEMISTRY
Please see the article by Sam Carana on how a larger and simultaneously more local grid can be implemented, to capture as much of the electricity being generated as possible. Read about how many parts of Europe already have surplus electricity and countries are linking their grids together toimprove efficiency.
New paper proposes a science-based ‘Global Deal for Nature’
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
A paper published in Science today outlines a new “Global Deal for Nature,” officially launching an effort to establish science-based conservation targets covering all of planet Earth, including terrestrial, freshwater, and marine ecosystems. The Global Deal for Nature proposes a target of 30 percent of the planet to be fully protected under the UN Convention [?]
Democrats Ran On Lowering Drug Prices. Now They Could Cut A Bad Deal With Donald Trump.
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
The private feud between Nancy Pelosi and progressive Democrats is going public.
Restoring The Earth:  Hope In A Changing Climate
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
WATCH RESTORING THE EARTH ? HOPE IN A CHANGING CLIMATE Is it possible to rehabilitate large-scale damaged ecosystems, improve the lives of people trapped in poverty, and sequester carbon natu?
Jane Beattie Award 2019: Call for Applications - Decision Science News
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DEADLINE MARCH 31, 2019 In 2006, the European Association for Decision Making (www.eadm.eu) was pleased to announce the creation of the Jane Beattie Scientific Recognition Award to honor the memory of our late colleague, Jane Beattie. The award is to be made every two years and is intended for researchers who have recently completed the ?
Evolution - VIDA Chart
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
This chart is used as a graphic organizer to help students understand the process of evolution by natural selection. VIDA = variation, inheritance, differential survival and reproduction, adaptation. I use this chart multiple times throughout the unit for each model organism we study, like the stickleback fish, the rock pocket mouse, Galapagos finches, or Kettlewell's moths.
Adequate animal vaccination to prevent rabies
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Rabies is a deadly disease with more than 5,000 cases of rabid animals spreading the disease to people nationally each year. To protect pets from this disease, owners should have
Open house set for MCCC tours of renovated Life Sciences
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
An open house for community members to view the building's new addition ? which includes a student collaboration space ? is slated for 5:30 p.
CSU facility pairs science and industry
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Gary and Kay Smith are the namesakes of the new meats lab facility on the campus of Colorado State University. Smith was a faculty member in the animal science
How to Cook With Weed?and a Dash of Tasty, Tasty Science
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Mac and cheese. Peanut butter and jelly. Asparagus and ? cannabis oil with a citrusy terpene profile? Welcome to the heady world of cannabis cuisine.
Researcher combined science,art and marshmallow treats for an award-winning Peep diorama
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Science can be sweet, when researchers hunger for answers to life-and-death questions ? and marshmallow treats.
Cross Section: Barry Smith - Science Weekly podcast
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Coffee is a drink adored the world over. But have you ever wondered why a fresh brew smells better than it tastes? Prof Barry Smith has spent his career pondering how the senses work together to produce flavour perception and so Graihagh Jackson invited him into the studio to talk taste
Israeli scientists create world's first 3D-printed heart using human cells
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
The team created a cell-containing "bioink" and used it to 3D print the organ layer by layer.
Novel Laser Experiment Dives into Quantum Physics in a Liquid
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
For the first time, physicists have directly observed quantum behavior in the vibrations of a liquid body.
Physics zoo brings students to UPIKE
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
Organizers said the event was a success for everyone involved, especially the students.
Native American Wisdom on Polar bears and Kappiananngittuq:
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SCIENCE : EARTH SCIENCES
By Jim Steele Native American Wisdom and Kappiananngittuq: Polar Bears and Bowhead whales published Pacifica Tribune April 17, 2019 What?s Natural column Native American Wisdom and Kappianann…
NY state energy official to speak on ‘Green New Deal’ at ESF
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
The appearance at ESF is part of the college’s Earth Week festivities.
Njema Frazier talks girls in STEM, science, Department of Energy
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
Njema Frazier, a nuclear physicist with the Department of Energy, will announce Google's #IamRemarkable campaign for high school girls in STEM
LRA Members Earn 2019 ENERGY STAR® Partner of The Year & Partner of The Year - Sustained Excellence Award
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
FAIRFAX, Va., April 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- LEADING RATERS OF AMERICA are proud to announce that their four member companies each received the 2019 ENERGY...
4-H?ers Learn Hands-On Veterinary Science
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Kylie Peltak grew up around farm animals and wants to take care of them because she understands their importance to feeding a hungry world.
The Right Chemistry: Science and Leicester City's soccer success
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SCIENCE : CHEMISTRY
Soccer team's 2016 Cinderella victory came after players underwent cryotherapy and drank beet juice. Did that really make a difference?
NSF Supports Marine Science and Chemistry Educational Research Programs | | SBU News
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SCIENCE : CHEMISTRY
STONY BROOK, NY, April 12, 2019 – The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS) $434,000 to advance research that will help scientists understand the global carbon cycle in the ocean. The NSF has also awarded the Department of Chemistry in the College of Arts and Sciences a CAREER award totaling $675,000 over five years to develop new catalysts to construct chiral functional models. Both NSF grants, effective April 1 and May 1, 2019, resp
Queer Zones: Refugees from Africa and Interactions with Canada’s Borderlands
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On June 28, 2009, a group of queer Africans took to the streets of Toronto. In what is one of the largest and longest-running Pride parades in North America, this group led the way. As well as bein…
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Ninja Theory: Kooperative Science-Fiction-Action bei den Hellblade-Machern in Arbeit? - play3.de
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In den vergangenen Monaten wurde das britische Studio Ninja Theory immer wieder mit den laufenden Arbeiten an einem neuen Projekt in Verbindung gebracht. Aktuellen Berichten zufolge haben wir es hier mit einem kooperativen Science-Fiction-Abenteuer zu tun, das auf der E3 2019 enth
Science Fiction
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
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Astronomie in 365 Tagen: Tag 109 (Schwarze Löcher)
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Übersteigt die Fluchtgeschwindigkeit die nötig ist um den Einfluss eines Himmelskörpers zu verlassen den Wert der Lichtgeschwindigkeit (299.792.458 km/s), ist es unmöglich, dass sich irgendwas entf…
Leonardo da Vinci was Ambidextrous, Researchers Say | Art | Sci-News.com
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Leonardo da Vinci was left-handed, but he wrote and painted with both hands, according to new research from the Opificio delle Pietre Dure of Florence, Italy.
Boston?s Museum of Science receives AZA accreditation - Veterinary Practice News
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
The accreditation shows a facilities? commitment to meet animal care standards.
Urine traces provide insight into ancient animal domestication
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Studying the traces of urine of sheep and goats is giving archeologists a glimpse into the domestication of the animals in a Turkish village 10,000 years ago. The innovative approach has provided new understanding of the transition from hunting and gathering to farming and herding by residents at the
(VIDEOS) Florham Park resident to appear on Animal Planet show
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
FLORHAM PARK - When resident Victoria O?Connor was in the third grade at Holy Family School, her class took a field trip that inspired an interest in working with animals.
Want to Live Longer? Science Says to Do These 5 Things
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
These habits can improve your health and lifespan
American Family Insurance to provide $20 million to UW for data science initiatives | BizTimes Media Milwaukee
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Madison-based American Family Insurance announced today that it will provide $20 million to the University of Wisconsin-Madison for data science initiatives.
Sunday dinner – a health risk
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SCIENCE : CHEMISTRY
When roasts pollute