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2 Baseball Players With The Same Name Take DNA Tests To See If They're Related
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Both Brady Feigls are 6-foot, 4-inch pitchers with red hair and glasses.
Why Do Zebras Have Stripes? Scientists Camouflaged Horses to Find Out
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If you spend time around horses or flies, you might want to invest in some zebra print.
Happy Sesquicentennial, Periodic Table!
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The organizing scheme that revolutionized our understanding of the chemical elements turns 150 in 2019
Scott Adams: ?The hockey stick is literally a symbol of lying?
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That?s direct quote from Scott Adams in this video he posted yesterday. Well worth your time. In this video, ?Dilbert? creator Scott Adams solves the climate debate and saves the …
Defying Law and Science, Trump Administration Ends Vehicles Talks With California and Signals Major Standards Rollback
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WASHINGTON (February 20, 2019)—Reports today indicate that the Trump administration will end its talks with California over vehicle emissions and efficiency standards.
Temple Grandin: Children with autism, other 'labels' should be given tools to succeed
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Temple Grandin, famous writer, animal scientist, designer and "extreme visual thinker" says that children with "labels" such as autism can succeed.
These Photos Capture February’s Sensational Supermoon In All Its Celestial Glory
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The biggest supermoon of the year was quite the sight Tuesday.
How To Live This Life Better: Effective Altruism In The Context Of Longevity
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A quantified approach to altruism in the form of counting the quality-adjusted life years (QALY) generated globally may help humans and AI make better life decisions. One of the most effective ways to maximize global QALY is to contribute to the emerging longevity biotechnology industry.
Physics explains how pollen gets its stunning diversity of shapes
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These varied pollen patterns can all be explained by one simple trick of physics.
Facing The Future Of Particle Physics
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Arguments about whether to build a next-generation particle collider illustrate one fascinating attitude shift on the part of high-energy physicists, and maybe point to the need for another.
Zebra stripes confuse biting flies, causing them to abort their landings
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Coat pattern helps zebras and horses evade dangerous insects
Pro-energy protests stirring emotions on both sides of the debate
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Every 15 minutes, about 200 trucks sounded their horns on Parliament Hill on Wednesday.
Correlated nucleons may solve 35-year-old mystery
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A careful re-analysis of data taken at the Department of Energy's Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility has revealed a possible link between correlated protons and neutrons in the nucleus and a 35-year-old mystery. The data have led to the extraction of a universal function that describes the EMC Effect, the once-shocking discovery that quarks inside nuclei have lower average momenta than predicted, and supports an explanation for the effect. The study has been published in the journal
Observing matter-wave diffraction from a periodic array of half planes
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
Researchers at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), in Korea, and Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, in Germany, have recently conducted a study investigating matter-wave diffraction from a periodic array of half planes. Their paper, published on Physical Review Letters (PRL), reports on the reflection and diffraction of He and D2 beams from square-wave gratings of a 400??m period and strip widths ranging from 10 to 200 ?m at grazing-incidence conditions.
Scientists say every animal needs sleep. These fruit flies didn?t get the memo
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Some Drosophila melanogaster sleep only a few minutes a day
Physicists 'flash-freeze' crystal of 150 ions
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Physicists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have "flash-frozen" a flat crystal of 150 beryllium ions (electrically charged atoms), opening new possibilities for simulating magnetism at the quantum scale and sensing signals from mysterious dark matter.
Study finds bond between military veterans and their service dogs unusually strong
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
PONTE VEDRA, Fla., Feb. 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- K9s For Warriors, the nation's largest provider of Service Dogs to disabled American veterans, announced the...
150 years ago, science changed forever
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2019 marks 150 years since the creation of the periodic table of elements, which epitomizes our modern understanding of chemistry and of the physical world, writes Don Lincoln
Three UM researchers named 2019 Cottrell Scholars
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Three professors at the University of Michigan have been named Cottrell Scholars by the Research Corporation for Science Advancement. Their fields include astronomy and chemistry.
Donna Strickland gives inside story of her Nobel-prize-winning research ? Physics World
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University of Waterloo physicist speaks at special lecture at the Institute of Physics headquarters in London
A New
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How do you block sound without cutting off airflow? It?s a tricky question, but new work out of Boston University shows a promising advance...
Sea Level and Effective N
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Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Over in the Tweeterverse, I said I wasn?t a denier, and I challenged folks to point out what they think I deny. Brandon R. Gates took up the challenge by claim…
Vollmond-Irrsinn in den Medien: Blutmond, Supermond ? und jetzt auch noch ein ?Wolfsmond??
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Was ist das mit den Medien und dem Vollmond? Dass der Mond seine Phasen ändert ist ja nun wahrlich keine neue Erkenntnis. Der Wechsel von Vollmond zu Halbmond zu Neumond und zurück zum Vollmond ist…
Twenty-four students at SYVUHS earn animal science certification
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Twenty-four Santa Ynez Valley Union High School students earned the Elanco Fundamentals of Animal Science Certification this academic year through enrollment in the Veterinary Science class, a school spokeswoman said.
Why reflection is better than grades
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How responding to feedback improves results
UW-Green Bay Introducing Bachelor's Degree in Water Science
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Undergraduate students at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay can now major in Water Science.
How TIME's Harry Potter Quiz Became an Intriguing Scientific Paper
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Behind the scenes of a novel data journalism partnership
100 Percent Renewable Cities ? Is the Mayor of Porkopolis Smarter than a 5th Grader?
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Cincinnati, aptly the home of the Flying Pig Marathon, and formerly known as Porkopolis, has been the 100th city to fight climate change by pledging to be powered 100% by renewable energy. Chances …
Dr. Blake Wilson receives Outstanding Young Animal Scientist Award in ‘Education’ from national animal science society
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Dr. Blake Wilson receives Outstanding Young Animal Scientist Award in 'Education' from national animal science society  Okemah News LeaderDr. Blake Wilson is the recipient of the 2019 American Society of Animal Science (ASAS) Outstanding Young Animal Scientist Award – Education, presented to ...
Quantum effects boost engine performance ? Physics World
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Tiny heat engines exploit quantum superposition to generate more power than classical devices
USask research on apparent hungry slugs reveals new timeline for life on Earth
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Research on African fossils involving the University of Saskatchewan suggests organisms on Earth were capable of movement 2.1 billion years ago.
Young Blood Startup Ambrosia Halts Anti-Aging Treatments After FDA Warning
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Until this week, Ambrosia charged $8,000 for a single liter of blood plasma from young donors.
Khiron Life Sciences: The Latin American Cannabis King
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Khiron has gained >100% since December 2018 on the back of its Mexican entry and partnership with Dixie Brands. Khiron is well-positioned to take advantage of t
Animals persevere through the cold at Iowa State learning farms
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
With the drastically low temperatures and brutal winter Ames has experienced in the past few weeks, the Iowa State Animal Farms have put in extra work to ensure all of
Robotic approach to science education
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Since 2009, a group in Manitowoc County has been taking a robotic approach to science education, and it's been constructing a lot of fun. The goal of Lakeshore FIRST Robotics is to give students the building blocks to build. But in addition to fun, it’s also helping carve out careers. Arrow Guetschow is an engineer by profession. So when an opportunity came up a decade ago to gets kids interested in science, he was all in. He helped launch the Lakeshore chapter of FIRST Robotics.
Alberta premier inks deal with CN, CP rail to move crude oil
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In a move the province says should net Albertans a better price for energy resources found in Alberta, Premier Rachel Notley announced her government has made a deal with Canadian National (CN) and Canadian Pacific (CP) railways. The lease agreement of roughly 4,400 rail cars will move up to 120,000 barrels per day by 2020. Just last year Notley outlined short, medium and long-term plans to make sure Alberta was getting top dollar for its energy resources by creating the Crude-by-Rail strategy.
UC professor pioneers groundbreaking research at UC Fetch Lab
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Every Friday, a flurry of puppies can be found running amok in a baby-gated hallway situated in the in bowels of French East on the University of Cincinnati?s medical campus.
Neptune’s smallest moon keeps getting smashed up and resurrected again
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A tiny moon of Neptune called Hippocamp, first spotted in 2013, has probably been smashed up and reassembled around nine times in the last 4 billion years
Japan?s Hayabusa 2 may finally kick-start the asteroid mining era
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The turn of the decade saw a huge surge of interest in asteroid mining, but now this would-be industry has flopped. Can a tiny Japanese probe revive it?