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10 Science Podcasts You Should Listen to Right Now
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
It seems like there's a podcast for everything these days, and everyone (and their dog) is making a podcast. Whether you?re into beekeeping ...
K-State animal sciences department welcomes new leader
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Mike Day began as the head of the Department of Animal Sciences and Industry at Kansas State University, a position he said is ripe with opportunities to serve a bustling livestock agriculture sect…
Same interests, new location - Texas Ag Talks
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Texas agriculture is new. Changing. And ever-promising. We?re making a move to a new location to reflect that.
Farmers: The eternal optimists - Texas Ag Talks
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Farmers and ranchers are eternal optimists, always remaining positive and creating opportunities out of problems, Julie Tomascik says on Texas Ag Talks.
Partnership with lenders crucial for agriculture - Texas Ag Talks
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
A strong partnership with lenders is crucial for farmers and ranchers, Gary Joiner says on Texas Agriculture Talks.
How much CO2 your country can still emit, in three simple steps
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SCIENCE : EARTH SCIENCES
Everyone is talking about emissions budgets ? what are they and what do they mean for your country? Our CO2 emissions are causing global heating. If we want to stop global warming at a given temperature level, we can emit only a limited amount of CO2. That?s our emissions budget. I explained it here at RealClimate a couple of years ago: First of all ? what the heck is ...
Chemists have created and imaged a new form of carbon | Science News
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SCIENCE : CHEMISTRY
A new molecule takes its place among buckyballs, carbon nanotubes and other odd forms of carbon.
Elements of revenge
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SCIENCE : CHEMISTRY
I seriously can?t write fiction. I suspect it's not lack of imagination, but some odd form of writer?s block. Or perhaps it is too many year...
ANNOUNCEMENT:?Tachinomiya: Photo Exhibition as  Post-Fieldwork Encounter?- Society for East Asian Anthropology Regional Conference 2019 in Tokyo
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
If you happen to be in Tokyo this weekend please check out my presentation and other fine papers at the Society for East Asian Anthropolo...
Mathematical Word Problems ? Construction Tool
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Do your kids have to practice solving mathematical word problems? Maybe they need to practice more during school breaks? I've written a function that can turn you in to a machine for torturing your kids with some.Actually, this started off as a tool to find the date on which I was X times older than a colleague. It's
Scientists 'teleport' complex info using physics trick branded 'spooky' by Einstein – and it could create 'unhackable' internet
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
A MAJOR breakthrough in quantum teleportation gives hope for the creation of an "unhackable" global internet. Scientists have managed to teleport so-called 3D information – the most complex ever transferred using quantum systems.
Zoology, physics top scorers in LU assessment for departments | Lucknow News - Times of India
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
Lucknow University's (LU) zoology and physics departments bagged the first rank in the varsity's annual quality assessment. Conducted by LU's Internal
Katsuya Yamashita RIP
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
We are saddened by the passing away of Katsuya Yamashita on August 14, 2019. He was 81. Originally from Kyushu, he moved with his wife to ...
Listen to the Trees!
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SCIENCE : EARTH SCIENCES
Guest post by Jim Steele What’s Natural? Published in Pacifica. Tribune August 20,2019 This summer I taught a class on the Natural History of the Sierra Nevada for San Francisco State University’s …
Sternengeschichten Folge 352: Die Heimat der großen Moleküle
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Das ist die Transkription einer Folge meines Sternengeschichten-Podcasts. Die Folge gibt es auch als MP3-Download und YouTube-Video. Mehr Informationen: [Podcast-Feed][iTunes][Bitlove][Facebook] [T…
Das Astrodicticum-Simplex-Sommerrätsel 2019 – Hinweis 18
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Tag 18, Hinweis 18. Die Regeln des Rätselspiels könnt ihr hier nochmal nachlesen ? dort steht auch genau erklärt, wie ihr mitspielen könnt und wie das alles funktioniert. Die bisherigen Hinwe…
More Than One Reality Exists in Quantum Physics
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
A quantum physics experiment has given evidence to the mind-bending idea that under the right set of conditions, two people observing the same events can see two different things happen and both be correct.
Travels in Cascadia: Walking Under the Ocean Floor at East Sooke Bay, British Columbia
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
We continued our explorations of British Columbia with a hike at the south end of Vancouver Island at East Sooke. It's an unusual place, o...
Subscribe to read | Financial Times
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
State department says Beijing’s ship deployments are intimidating other countries
Global Data Science Platform Market 2019:  Microsoft Corporation,  IBM Corporation,  Google
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
Aug 22, 2019 (Eon Market Research via COMTEX) -- Eon Market Research has recently added a new research report to its huge database of research studies. The...
What we see is biased by ongoing neural activity.
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Rassi et al. (open source) show that ongoing neural activity in our brain, as in the fusiform face area, can influence what we perceive in ...
Global Life Science Reagents Market 2019: Abbott Laboratories,  Agilent Technologies,  Lonza Group Ltd
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Aug 23, 2019 (Eon Market Research via COMTEX) -- Eon Market Research has recently added a new research report to its huge database of research studies. The...
Global Metabolomics Market 2019:  Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc,  Agilent Technologies Inc,  Biocrates Life Sciences AG
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Aug 23, 2019 (Eon Market Research via COMTEX) -- Eon Market Research has recently added a new research report to its huge database of research studies. The...
Looking To Earth’s Primordial Past For Signs Of Past Life On Mars
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
The Mars 2020 mission will search for ancient life on Mars. But how will it know what to look for?
The physics professor who says online extremists act like curdled milk
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
Hate may be less like a cancer and more like bubbles, says Neil Johnson, who applies physics theory to human behavior
Working Scientist podcast: The school physics talk that proved more popular than Lady Gaga's boots
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
Media interest in particle physics and the Large Hadron Collider boosted Jon Butterworth's interest in public engagement, reports Julie Gould. Media interest in particle physics and the Large Hadron Collider boosted Jon Butterworth's interest in public engagement, reports Julie Gould.
Brazilian President Accuses Green NGOs of Setting Fire to the Amazon Rainforest
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SCIENCE : EARTH SCIENCES
Guest essay by Eric Worrall President Bolsonaro has accused green NGOs of deliberately setting fire to the Amazon Rainforest, in retaliation for having their funding slashed. Igniting global outrag…
How theoretical biophysicist Herbert Levine uses computation and medical engineering to better understand cancer metastasis and immunotherapy
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
Herbert Levine, University Distinguished Professor of Physics at Northeastern, is collaborating with cancer biologists to explore fundamental questions, including how cancer spreads and why immunotherapies only work for certain patients.
Moving Away from Antibiotics in Animal Agriculture
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Bacteria-killing viruses could protect livestock without the risk of creating resistant microbes
Five Professors Awarded Distinction by Board of Trustees
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Three professors were named Distinguished Professors and two were awarded endowed professorships at the Aug. 2 Board of Trustees meeting.
How To Achieve Optimal Cooling And Energy Efficiency When It's Really Hot Out
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
If you're worried about saving energy and money on your utility bill, while maintaining a comfortable temperature at home, Energy Star has some recommendations.
Spotlight on energy transition
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
UNIVERSITI Tenaga Nasional?s (Uniten) Institute of Energy Policy and Research (IEPRe) hosted the third International Forum on Global Energy Landscape (IFGE2019) in Putrajaya.
Construction continues on Spokane’s largest energy saving building
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
The $64 million, 159,000 square foot Catalyst building is a part of the South Landing project.
John Tobin to Succeed Richard Eglen as Vice President and General Manager of Corning Life Sciences
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
https://www.barrons.com/articles/PR-CO-20190822-908000 John Tobin to Succeed Richard Eglen as Vice President and General Manager of Corning Life Sciences CORNING, N.Y. , Aug. 22, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) ...
Science Again Upholds The Notion That Love Is Good For Us
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
"Life is full of stress, and one critical way we can manage this stress is through our relationships."
‘Paralysed by anxiety’: researchers speak about life in troubled ancient-DNA lab
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Colleagues of Alan Cooper, who has been suspended as leader of the prestigious Australian Centre for Ancient DNA, describe a toxic work environment.
Photo: Solano Community College dedicates new science building
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SCIENCE : CHEMISTRY
A Solano Community College student walks past a mural filled with science equations in a hallway of the new science building that was dedicated Wednesday during a ceremony on the Rockville campus. …
Northwestern chemist develops novel method for generating electricity: BTN LiveBIG
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SCIENCE : CHEMISTRY
When salt water flows over ultrathin layers of metal and oxide, electrons come along for the ride.
BREAKING ? Dr. Tim Ball wins @MichaelEMann lawsuit ? Mann has to pay
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SCIENCE : EARTH SCIENCES
Readers surely recall that the easily offended Dr. Michael Mann launched a court case for defamation against climate skeptic Dr. Tim Ball of Canada. In Feburary 2018 there was a complete dismissal …