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A single floating wind farm could power the entire planet
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
It would have to be big — twice the size of Alaska.
The air quality in the Bay Area right now is as bad as Beijing
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
San Franciscans woke up Thursday morning breathing air as polluted as that in Beijing, a city known for its suffocating gray haze.
Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded for 3D Views of Life’s Biological Machinery
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SCIENCE : CHEMISTRY
Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank and Richard Henderson developed a process that may lead to “detailed images of life’s complex machineries,” the committee said.
How Do You Prevent and Treat Chigger Bites?
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Q: What are red bugs or chiggers and how do you treat their bites?
An Anarchist Is Teaching Patients to Make Their Own Medications
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
The goal is to build a DIY movement to undercut high drug prices
The Trump administration?s case against birth control is a stunning distortion of science
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
The White House justified taking birth control away by suggesting it leads to risky sex.
Australia Debates: Does a Warming Planet Really Need More Coal?
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
Backers of a giant mine promise thousands of jobs, but the plan has provoked one of the most fervent environmental campaigns in Australian history.
Trump Axes Climate Plan As The World Burns
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
As the effects of global warming become undeniably visible, the EPA has proposed eliminating the country's only major climate change policy.
A cold, clear view of life wins chemistry Nobel
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SCIENCE : CHEMISTRY
Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank, and Richard Henderson share the honor for their work on cryo?electron microscopy
Genes for Skin Color Rebut Dated Notions of Race, Researchers Say
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Humans have long shared a genetic palette for skin pigmentation, slightly tweaked by evolution, scientists report.
Animals Don't Actually Sleep for the Winter, and Other Surprises About Hibernation
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
It isn't just bears and groundhogs?find out which animals hibernate and why.
The science behind why some people love animals and others couldn't care less
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
The recent popularity of ?designer? dogs, cats, micro-pigs and other pets may seem to suggest that pet keeping is no more than a fad. Indeed, it is often assumed that pets are a Western affectation, a weird relic of the working animals kept by communities of the past.
Nobel Physics Prize Goes to Gravitational Wave Scientists
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Three physicists who lead the LIGO experiment, which made the first detection of gravitational waves, will share this year's award
Thunder and lightning: scientists pair gravitational waves, light
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Scientists in the United States and Europe have for the first time paired the detection of gravitational waves, the ripples in space and time predicted by Albert Einstein, with light from the same cosmic event, according to research published on Monday.
A single photon reveals quantum entanglement of 16 million atoms
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
Quantum theory predicts that a vast number of atoms can be entangled and intertwined by a very strong quantum relationship, even in a macroscopic structure. Until now, however, experimental evidence has been mostly lacking, although recent advances have shown the entanglement of 2,900 atoms. Scientists at the University of Geneva (UNIGE), Switzerland, recently reengineered their data processing, demonstrating that 16 million atoms were entangled in a one-centimetre crystal. They have published t
Merging neutron stars generate gravitational waves and a celestial light show
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As expected, cosmic cataclysm is a scientific gold mine
The U.S. Is Breaking Clean Energy Records Even As Trump Doubles Down On Fossil Fuels
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
The U.S. hit several historic firsts in renewable energy in 2016 and 2017, according to a major new report.
Massey Ferguson 8700 Series Tech Advancements - AGCO Blog
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Tech advancements now available on the Massey Ferguson 8700 Series tractors set a new standard in ease of use, compatibility & operator control. Learn more.
Teen Navigates Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome With the Help of Clinical Genomics
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
After years of dealing with mysterious symptoms, Nicole Rickert was diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. Now she's working with her team [...]
California Winds Are Fueling Fires. It May Be Getting Worse.
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
Some scientists think global warming may be making California’s autumn winds even drier, a “key parameter for fire risk.”
Trump has taken longer to name a science adviser than any modern president
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
The administration is moving forward on decisions that depend on science despite leaving the top White House scientific position open.
A Surprise From the Supervolcano Under Yellowstone
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
The conditions that lead to supereruptions can emerge within a single human lifetime, according to a study of the volcano’s remnants in the national park.
Atlas V Rocket Launches New US Spy Satellite on Secret Mission
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The United States has launched its second secret spy satellite in less than three weeks.
Fish Depression Is Not a Joke
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Fish can get depressed, just like you, and that could make them a good model organism for studying depression in people.
Trump is a real-world political science experiment
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
How far will Republicans follow their leader?
Al Gore unhinged ? now even climate change believers are ?deniers?
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SCIENCE : EARTH SCIENCES
Bjorn Lomborg  writes: Al Gore recently had a telling altercation with a journalist. The Spectator’s Ross Clark wanted to ask him about Miami sea-level rises suggested in the new film, “An Inconven…
Gravitational Wave Astronomers Hit Mother Lode
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Spacetime ripples from a stellar cataclysm in a distant galaxy help explain the cosmic origins of gold, and chart the course for a new age of “multimessenger” astronomy
Jim Brandenburg & Edward Curtis exhibit opening
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
It is an honor for me to exhibit my work in the lovely Vosges Mountain area on the French/Swiss border in an outdoor photographic exhibition...
MATLAB and the 2017 Eclipse – Part 3: Rehearsing for the Eclipse
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Today our guest blogger, David Garrison, will continue his series on MathWorks involvement in the 2017 solar eclipse.Part 1: The Citizen CATE ExperimentPart 2: Training the VolunteersPart 3: Rehearsing for the EclipsePart 4: Imaging the EclipseHere is Part 3 of the Series.ContentsRecap of Parts 1 & 2Rehearsing for the EclipseThe MATLAB Solar Eclipse AppWhat Will Happen During TotalityAfter TotalityAny Questions?Next
Evolutionary biology can help us understand how language works
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Evolutionary biologists ask very similar questions about species to those asked by linguists about languages.
Nobel Prize in Physics goes to three scientists who discovered gravitational waves
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Rainer Weiss, Barry C Barish and Kip S Thorne helped realise a vision that is almost 50 years old, the committee said.
Why wolves are better team players than dogs
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Conflict-shy dogs never learn how to cooperate
A Giant Hole Just Appeared in Antarctica
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And scientists have no idea what's causing it.
Male chimpanzee seen snatching seconds-old chimp and eating it
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A rare sighting of a chimpanzee birth ended in infanticide and cannibalism – and probably explains why new mothers often go into hiding for weeks or months
New gene variants reveal the evolution of human skin color
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Some of the mutations responsible for lighter skin in Europeans turn out to have an ancient African origin
The Pathological Optimist: More hagiography than documentary about Andrew Wakefield
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The Pathological Optimist is a recently released documentary by Miranda Bailey about Andrew Wakefield that I got a chance to see. In interviews and in the film?s promotional materials, Bailey…
Gravitational Wave Astronomers Hit Mother Lode
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Spacetime ripples from a stellar cataclysm in a distant galaxy help explain the cosmic origins of gold, and chart the course for a new age of “multi-messenger” astronomy
'Climate change is real': energy minister hits out at Tony Abbott
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
Josh Frydenberg brings up former PM’s own record in response to Liberal colleague’s provocative speech to a group of climate-change sceptics
First on CNN: Acting EPA science adviser retiring
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
The Environmental Protection Agency's acting science adviser is retiring, he told CNN Saturday.
'Ridiculously Healthy' Elderly Have the Same Gut Microbiome as Healthy 30 Year-Olds
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
A new study reports a direct correlation between health and gut bacteria in older people. Researchers report healthy elderly people have similar overall microbiota composition to people decades younger.