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In a Warming West, the Rio Grande Is Drying Up
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
Even in a good year, much of the Rio Grande is diverted for irrigation. But it’s only May, and the river is already turning to sand.
Striving To Reduce Ocean Pollution, EU Proposes Ban Of Everyday Plastic Items
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Straws, plates, cutlery and cotton buds are among the plastic products prohibited under the proposed new rules.
The Psychology of Taking a Knee
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
The backlash against protests by Colin Kaepernick and other athletes raises all sorts of scientific questions
End the War on Weed
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Federal marijuana laws are counterproductive and overly harsh
Meet Jess Phoenix, the Volcanologist Running for Congress in California
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Ms. Phoenix, one of hundreds of scientists seeking public office this year, spoke with The Times about her focus on climate change and her desire to bring evidence-based policymaking to Washington.
Building Blocks of Life Found on Mars
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Two landmark discoveries reveal organic carbon on the red planet, shaping the future hunt for life on Mars.
Judge Orders EPA to Produce Science behind Pruitt's Warming Claims
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
The EPA head has suggested humans are not the main cause of climate change
NASA rover hits organic pay dirt on Mars
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
In the remains of an ancient lake, Curiosity discovers "goop" resembling the building block of fossil fuels
NASA Curiosity Rover unearths building blocks in 3-billion-year-old organic matter on Mars
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Researchers cannot yet say whether their discovery stems from life or a more mundane geological process.  However, “we’re in a really good position to move forward looking for signs of life,"  said Jennifer Eigenbrode, a NASA biogeochemist and study lead author.
Why Cook Over an Icelandic Geyser? Because You Can
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
The island nation’s geothermal heat is often used to bake bread, but our writer wondered if it could fire a whole meal — then set out to do that.
Antarctica Is Melting More Than Twice as Fast as in 2012
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
The continent’s rate of ice loss is speeding up, which is contributing even more to rising sea levels.
Scientists measure dolphin 'happiness'
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Animal welfare researchers measure how captive dolphins feel about their environment.
Colonialism did not just create slavery: it changed geology
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Researchers suggest effects of the colonial era can be detected in rocks or even air
CRISPR-Edited Cells Linked to Cancer Risk in 2 Studies
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
The preliminary findings raise questions about one of the ways this tech edits genomes 
Exclusive: Neanderthal ?minibrains? grown in dish
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Human stem cells with a gene from our extinct relative produce brain organoids that differ in appearance and behavior
Are Tasmanian Tigers Making a Comeback? Science Could Bring Extinct Animal Back Through Cloning
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Thanks to advancement in cloning techniques it could soon be possible to bring back extinct and prehistoric creatures
Lifelong 'lab affair': UP professors postpone retirement for science
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SCIENCE : CHEMISTRY
Chemistry professor Dr. Veronica C. Sabularse was all set to harvest the fruits of her lifelong service in the academe, but she chose to delay her retirement as her work in the lab ripens.
Patrick Henry biology teacher arrested, charged in indecent liberties case
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
A woman listed as a biology teacher at Patrick Henry High School was arrested and charged with indecent liberties in Hanover County on Thursday.
North Korea Missile Test: Best Response May Be Surprisingly Low-Tech
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Security expert offers a scientific perspective on realistic options for the U.S.
Speaking a Second Language May Give Low-Income Kids a Boost
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
New findings add fuel to the bilingual advantage debate
The New, Green Pride of St. Patrick’s Cathedral Is Underground
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
A state-of-the-art geothermal system now provides the historic church, and its five million annual visitors, with heating and cooling.
Queen's Birthday Honours: Dame Charmian O'Connor hooked on science despite school's advice
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SCIENCE : CHEMISTRY
'We are making progress ... But we have still got a long way to go.'
NASA rover data shows Mars had the ingredients needed for life
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
A NASA rover has detected a bonanza of organic compounds on the surface of Mars and seasonal fluctuations of atmospheric methane in findings released on Thursday that mark some of the strongest evidence ever that Earth's neighbor may have harbored life.
China increasingly challenges American dominance of science
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
?China is the best place in the world to start your own laboratory,? said one researcher who left Yale for Beijing.
Why scientists created a human-chicken hybrid embryo
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Interspecies mashup could bring cures for deadly diseases, but not everyone is on board.
Name That Fish Quiz - Fishing by Boys' Life
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Can you identify these popular freshwater ichthyoids?
How Much Pain Should Animals Endure for Science?
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Animal suffering is incredibly difficult to measure. So is whether or not it actually benefits research.
Scientists fare poorly in Super Tuesday primary vote
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Neuroscientist Hans Keirstead hopes late count will win him a shot at California seat
10 Benefits of Sleeping Naked You Probably Didn't Know
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
There are many benefits, physiologically and psychologically, to sleeping naked. Here are just 10 reasons you should be going commando at night.
Why some scientists say physics has gone off the rails
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
Has the love of "elegant" equations overtaken the desire to describe the real world?
A major physics experiment just detected a particle that shouldn't exist
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
There's something strange happening in the universe that is making humanity's most cutting-edge physics experiments contradict one another.
Does global warming make tropical cyclones stronger?
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SCIENCE : EARTH SCIENCES
By Stefan Rahmstorf, Kerry Emanuel, Mike Mann and Jim Kossin Friday marks the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season, which will be watched with interest after last year?s season broke a number of records and e.g. devastated Puerto Rico?s power grid, causing serious problems that persist today. One of us (Mike) is part of a team that has issued a seasonal forecast (see Kozar et al 2012) calling for a roughly average season in ...
The Elephant’s Superb Nose
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Elephants’ trunks are not only large and strong, they house one of the best mammalian smelling systems.
Life on Mars? Rover’s Latest Discovery Puts It ‘On the Table’
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
The identification of organic molecules in rocks on the red planet does not necessarily point to life there, past or present, but does indicate that some of the building blocks were present.
£720m Large Hadron Collider upgrade 'could upend particle physics'
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
Collider will be far more sensitive to anomalies that could lead to entirely new theories of the universe
Preston teacher charged with animal cruelty after allegedly feeding puppy to turtle | East Idaho News
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
PRESTON ? A Preston science teacher who allegedly fed a puppy to a snapping turtle was criminally charged Friday following an investigation by the state attorney general. Robert Crosland is facing one misdemeanor count of animal cruelty. A special prosecutor assigned by Attorney General Lawrence Wasden filed the charge in Franklin County Court. Crosland has ?
Researchers find last of universe's missing ordinary matter
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder have helped to find the last reservoir of ordinary matter hiding in the universe.
South African fossils rewrite early history of life on land
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Fossils of two amphibians that lived within the Antarctic circle 360 million years ago are forcing scientists to rethink the origins of land vertebrates, including where these pioneers first appeared and the climatic conditions that spawned them.
Brains grow brand new neurons after experimental drug injection
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
We make very few new brain cells as adults, but a chemical cocktail that creates new neurons in mice could change that, and help treat Alzheimer’s and stroke