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Jul 4, 2012

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN News, Jul 04, 2012

If You Want More Higgs Hype, Don't Read This Column
Scientific American (blog)
So it's finally, probably, maybe, happened. Although they are still hedging a bit, physicists at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, announced this morning that ...
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#SciAmBlogs Tuesday – citizen science, new source of stem cells, real reptile ...
Scientific American (blog)
A day late, still catching up, but here is the brand new Image of the Week. - Caren Cooper - Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Data - ...
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Women love language, so why not computer code?
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In a 2008 Scientific American article, "Girl Talk: Are Women Really Better at Language?," reporter Nikhil Swaminthan explains the biological reason behind remarkable gender differences among those who study languages. He describes a series of ...
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Green Fireworks—Environmentally Safe, That is
Scientific American (blog)
The Fourth of July fireworks display in my family always has a bit of a nerdy side to it. Cries of.
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Higgs boson announcement: Live updates
National Post
Scientific American (@sciam) July 04, 2012 · #ICHEP2012 #Higgs seminar @CERN: Joe's going through the last channels: bb and tautau. — CMS Experiment CERN (@CMSexperiment) July 04, 2012. CERN slide. 3:39 a.m.: Incandela: “It's nice to get to five.” ...
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National Post
The Higgs Boson: Closer Than Ever Before
The Takeaway
Researchers stopped just shy of saying that it's in fact the Higgs Boson, the key to understanding why matter has mass. John Matson is an associate editor at Scientific American. Inside the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider (Courtesy of CERN) ...
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The Takeaway
Has the "God Particle" Been Found? Let's Ask the SMU Prof Who's Been Looking.
Dallas Observer (blog)
I prefer to get my dose of particle physics from Scientific American. But I can't blame DO from trying every now and then to escape those long, tedious blog-battles about White Rock Lake or the Trinity Tollway. True, I'll probably never see a Higgs boson.
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Breaking Bad News | Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network
In an exam room in his modern clinic in Berlin, Dr. Heiko Jessen takes his patient's hand; “I don't have good news for you” he begins, ...
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Fractals, Parasites and 3-D Reconstructions 18 ... - Scientific American
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News · Features · Ask the Experts · Edit This · Extreme Tech · Fact or Fiction ... The blog is written by Bora Zivkovic, Blogs Editor at Scientific American, and Khalil ...
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Imagination + a Little Movie Magic = a Volkswagen Hover Car ...
Opinion, arguments & analyses from the editors of Scientific American ...interesting science news, you'll find a wide range of scientifically relevant insights here.
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Rare Photos of a Baby Pigeon in Brooklyn - Scientific American Blog ...
Anna Kuchment edits the Advances news section for Scientific Americanand was previously a reporter, writer and editor with Newsweek magazine. Her first ...
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The Hole | Life, Unbounded, Scientific American Blog Network
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, Evolution,Health,Mind & Brain,More Science - Scientific American ...
News · Features · Ask the Experts · Edit This · Extreme Tech · Fact or Fiction · In- Depth ... The editors of Scientific American regularly encounter perspectives on ...
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Rarest Kiwi Species Takes Flight - Scientific American Blog Network
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, Mind & Brain - Scientific American Blog Network
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, Mind & Brain,More Science - Scientific American Blog Network
News · Features · Ask the Experts · Edit This · Extreme Tech · Fact or Fiction · In- Depth ... The editors of Scientific American regularly encounter perspectives on ...
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Care to Wager on the Supreme Court's ACA Ruling? | Observations ...
News; Features; Ask the Experts; Edit This; Extreme Tech; Fact or Fiction; In- Depth ... Scientific American Digital; Briefings on Science; Classics from SA Archives ...
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The Scienceblogging Weekly (June 29th, 2012) | A Blog Around The ...
News · Features · Ask the Experts · Edit This · Extreme Tech · Fact or Fiction · In- Depth ... Bora Zivkovic is the Blog Editor at Scientific American, chronobiologist, ...
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drones, military, terrorism, More Science,Technology
Gary Stix, a senior editor, commissions, writes, and edits features, newsarticles and Web blogs for SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. His area of coverage is ...
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, Evolution,Mind & Brain,More Science - Scientific American Blog ...
The editors of Scientific American regularly encounter perspectives on science ... In his spare time, he writes about science that's reported in thenews for Nature ...
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How bacteria break down human food | Lab Rat, Scientific American ...
News · Features · Ask the Experts · Edit This · Extreme Tech · Fact or Fiction ... The Network Central · Scientific American Observations · Octopus Chronicles ...
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Gut Reaction | Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network
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The Higgs, Sterile Neutrinos and Spintronics - Scientific American ...
News; Features; Ask the Experts; Edit This; Extreme Tech; Fact or Fiction... The Network Central; Scientific American Observations; Octopus Chronicles; Solar at ...
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Scientists—They're Just Like Us! - Scientific American Blog Network
News · Features · Ask the Experts · Edit This · Extreme Tech · Fact or Fiction · In- Depth ... Opinion, arguments & analyses from the editors ofScientific American ...
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Quantum Horse Races and Crystals of Light - Scientific American ...
News · Features · Ask the Experts · Edit This · Extreme Tech · Fact or Fiction · In- Depth Reports · Mind ... George Musser is a senior editor atScientific American .
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Here's a Tiny Solar-Thermal System for Your ... - Scientific American
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Tech Junkie - Video: Brain freeze explained by Scientific American ...
News & Observer Blogs Home, ACC Now, Best Blog, Between the Lines .biz, Bull's Eye, Canes Now ... Video: Brain freeze explained by Scientific American ...
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If You Want More Higgs Hype, Don't Read This Column
News; Features; Ask the Experts; Edit This; Extreme Tech; Fact or Fiction; In-Depth ... (For a primer on the Higgs, see this terrific video by Scientific American's ...
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Scientific American Series: Pollution, Poverty and People of Color
Living with Industry, By Jane Kay and Cheryl Katz (Environmental HealthNews), June 4, 2012, Scientific American: “From the house where he was born, Henry ...
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Rare Photos of a Baby Pigeon in Brooklyn
About the Author: Anna Kuchment edits the Advances news section forScientific American and was previously a reporter, writer and editor with Newsweek ...
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Cover Charge: New Spray-On Battery Could Convert Any Object into an Electricity Storage Device
News · Features · Ask the Experts · Edit This · Extreme Tech · Fact or Fiction · In-Depth Reports · Mind ... (Scientific American is part of Nature Publishing Group.) ...
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Angiosperms, Antarctic Flora, Flowers, Plants, Proteaceae, Evolution
News; Features; Ask the Experts; Edit This; Extreme Tech; Fact or Fiction... The Network Central; Scientific American Observations; Octopus Chronicles; Solar at ...
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Quotes from Scientific American - News, photos, topics, and quotes
Other hotly traded markets are "Barack Obama to be re-elected President in 2012 " a corresponding market for Mitt Romney, and “Will the U.S. economy go into ...
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Fire Deficit May Trigger Fiercer Wildfires - Scientific American | e ...
BOULDER, Colo. – As the West has warmed and dried over the past 30 years, headlines describing fire season have grown ever more apocalyptic: "epic" ...
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Scientific American: How Social Camouflage ... - Anime Story
Scientific American: How Social Camouflage Changed Snake Eater. July 2, 2012 Kaiten Game and Movie News. D. isguises have always played a small part in ...
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Confusion Helps Us Learn
Medical Web Times * Bite Size Medical News for Medical Professionals in the know. Bite Size ... June 25, 2012, 1:00 am by Scientific American: Mind and Brain ...
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North Carolina Sea Level Rises Despite ... - Today American News
North Carolina Sea Level Rises Despite Senators - Scientific American ...Coast USA TODAY National Geographic -Los Angeles Times · all 547news articles » ...
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Split | Image of the Week, Scientific American Blog Network - Digg
Image of the Week #49, July 3rd, 2012: From: Art Asks, Should We Be More Sympathetic Towards Addicts? by Cassie Rodenberg at The White Noise. Source : ...
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Cover Charge: New Spray-On Battery Could Convert Any Object into ...
Are you tired of reading long news articles with bad puns, jokes and repetitive ... Could Convert Any Object into an Electricity Storage Device:Scientific American ...
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Robert Parrish, Alumnus, Named to Scientific American's 30 Under ...
Meet Robert Parrish (BSME '10), 23, one of the up-and-coming physicists attending this year's Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.
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