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Few topics are as effective at grabbing the attention of science enthusiasts. But Lisa Randall .... And now Science News, sigh. Particle dark matter ...
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... a pretty narrow range, Hsiung and his colleagues report in the November 27 ScienceAdvances. “Between a navy blue and sky blue,” Hsiung says.
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BARING BONES One of six bone candidates, seen silhouetted in this Spitzer Space Telescope image, lies about 11,000 light-years away; it is roughly ...
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This article appears in the January 9, 2016, issue of Science News under the headline, "White out: To save lives, reserchers explore the physics of ...
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FRIGID BUT NOT FROZEN A gentoo penguin chills out in Antarctica. New research reveals that oil and tiny pores prevent water from freezing on ...
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Ancient South African hominids that lived between 2.5 million and 1.5 million years ago could have heard high-frequency consonants better than ...
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Grant also anticipates news from another frontier of physics. “2016 ... Other Science News staffers are no less bullish about the coming year in science.
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He and seven other scientists compiled from various sources several years' worth of wrong-ocean sightings of whales and birds suspected to have ...
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Three groups report today in Science that they wielded CRISPR to snip out part of a defective gene in mice with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD), ...
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Two studies published online this week in Science reveal that sperm from the rodents carry pieces of RNAs that alter the metabolism of their offspring.
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... doctors who have been testing this compound on many human patients, mainly for ... arthritis and bursitis pain. — Science News Letter, January 8, ...
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Skip to main content. Menu Search Science News ... The Society. The Society ·Science News · Science News for Students · Student Science ...
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27 Science. The newly described cell lives in a particular nervy neighborhood — an area called layer 5 in the part of the brain that handles incoming ...
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By Jonathan Webb Science reporter, BBC News, Kissimmee, Florida ... image, I would have been somewhat sceptical," Prof Schlegel told BBC News.
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For more of Science's news and research coverage of the Ebola epidemic, visit our collection "The Ebola Files." For more coverage, see the 1 January ...
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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — In many parts of the world, people take boats to go whale watching. In places like the Gulf of Alaska, it can work the other ...
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Discovery News


Remember that mysterious cloud of gas that was supposed to be on a collision course with the supermassive black hole in the center of our galaxy?
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Young majors also began to forage regularly and scout, something they typically don't do, the team reports today online in Science. “We can ...
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The pull of gravity on a distant star can now be measured more accurately, shedding light on other worlds, say astronomers. The method makes it ...
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IUPAC awarded credit for the discovery of element 113 to scientists at .... group will name it. us-russian research team has nothing to do with this news.
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The Independent


The question posed to the top thinkers was this: what do you consider the most interesting recent scientific news and what makes it important?
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US researchers have developed what they call a "molten glass sewing machine" by combining 3D printing of glass with a mathematical model of how ...
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But scientists say it is only exemplifies the challenges facing a region that has been seeing record losses of ice including in 2015, due to rising ...
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Seasonal allergies, asthma and other autoimmune conditions may leave children and teens susceptible to obesity and heart disease, a new study ...
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... and the Kavli Energy NanoScience Institute (Kavli-ENSI) at Berkeley, is the corresponding author of a paper describing this research in Science.
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It has already successfully been mimicked by scientists for developing high-performance antireflective coatings for visible lights -- albeit coatings that ...
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Among the more than 2,000 retracted life science papers that researchers ... But Jobb's October announcement -- affecting scientists also in Austria, ... such, the results were widely reported in the news media, including Live Science.
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Let's call it summer camp--for baby Jaws. The waters just off the shore of Long Island's Great South Bay have revealed a nursery where young sand ...
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04.01.2016: Traces of volcanic ash originating from islandic volcanoes have been found in the sediments of Laker Tiefer See in the ...
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Human material from the Anatolian site Kumtepe was used in the study. The material was heavily degraded, but yielded enough DNA for the doctorate ...
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UPI.com


United Press International is a leading provider of news, photos and ... for U.S. and world news, as well as entertainment, trends, science, health and ...
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He told BBC News that a study of eight countries around the world between the 1970s and the early 2000s found that 54% of deforested mangroves ...
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Tim Peake is to carry out the first ever spacewalk by a British astronaut, Nasa has confirmed. Mr Peake and Nasa astronaut Tim Kopra will venture ...
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(PHILADELPHA) - Although the most common type of lung cancer - non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) - has recently seen major treatment advances ...
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"This is a very important result that will enable scientists to test more directly current theories for how magnetic fields form and evolve in stellar interiors ...
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... and the broader research on the benefits of brain-training games, “our assessment was they didn't have adequate science for the claims that they're ...
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The Indian Express


Addressing the 103rd Indian Science Congress in Mysuru, he also said he was encouraging greater scientific collaboration between central and state ...
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The galaxy SDSS J1126+2944 showing both visible light (white) from the Hubble Space Telescope and x-rays (purple) taken with the Chandra X-ray ...
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Telegraph.co.uk


Taking large doses of the recommended daily dose of vitamin D could be a cheap and simple treatment for multiple sclerosis, say scientists.
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Discovery News


Every year, Discovery News turns to our faithful readers to see which space stories excited you the most and 2015 has been yet another incredible ...
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Following is a summary of current science news briefs. Frutarom invests in algae startup for food, cosmetic products. One of the world's largest ...
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SACRAMENTO -- While much of the country is dealing with rain and snow, California is still dry. One hundred percent of the state is in some form of ...
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January 4, 2016, 8:33 AM |More than two-thirds of Americans are overweight or obese, but Dr. Louis Aronne says it's not their fault. In his new book, ...
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Through a marriage of control engineering with medical practice and behavioral science, the artificial pancreas system is designed to supply the ...
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Christian Science Monitor


Just after midnight on Jan. 1, people around the world will ring in the New Year to the sound of noisemakers and popping corks. But on New Year's ...
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HealthNewsReview.org


Vox.com has established a clear pattern of solid science/health journalism. In 2015, our team applied our systematic criteria to 6 Vox stories.
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Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) have produced self-consistent computer simulations that ...
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... says senior study investigator and rheumatologist Bruce Cronstein, MD, director of NYU Langone's Clinical and Translational Science Institute.
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Scientists find minor flu strains pack bigger punch ... The scientists aimed to determine how many viral particles are transmitted when ... for the accuracy of news releases posted to EurekAlert! by contributing institutions or for the use ...
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WHAT DO YOU CONSIDER THE MOST INTERESTING RECENT
Stewart Brand writes that 'Science is the only news. When you scan through a newspaper or magazine, all the human interest stuff is the same old ...
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what do you consider the most interesting recent [scientific] news?
Despite that slam-dunk of a choice, my vote for the most interesting/important piece of science news comes in two parts, spanning the last twenty-five ...
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Carl Page on Most Significant Science News for 2016: “Low Energy Nuclear Reactions Work And ...
Thanks to those who have posted about this interesting post on the Edge website by Carl V. Page, a board member of Brillouin Energy, and brother of ...
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Quantum Foam
NAC Science Committee; NASA Science for . ... For more news about quantum foam, and other mind-bending NASA research, stay tuned to ...
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Science news: Trees capture fog – why can't we?; Study
Weekly Science News. Click here for more editions of Science News. Progressive forest canopy water loss during the 2012–2015 California drought: ...
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Science news of the year - 2015
After years of study in September 2015 scientists confirmed that the remains were of an extinct human species that may be the most primitive ...
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Archived news items
The International Foundation For Science is a not-for-profit organization giving research grants to youngscientists in the ... IFS News archive.
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Carl Page on Most Significant Science News for 2016: “Low Energy Nuclear Reactions Work And ...
Feedquote from E-Cat World: „Thanks to those who have posted about this interesting post on the Edge website by Carl V. Page, a board member of ...
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Your ATN@Work: Creating an Autism Learning Network
By Kirsten Klatka, clinical program manager for the Autism Speaks Autism Treatment Network (ATN). In this role, Ms. Klatka helps lead the ATN's ...
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News & Press
It has been a busy year at the Allen Institute for Brain Science. Between new products, new global collaborations, scientific publications, news features ...
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Science News from The Telegraph
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/science/science-news/11246112/High-fat-diets-not-as-dangerous-as-high-carbohydrate-plans-claim-scientists.html.
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News
News. Academic schools · Health and Biomedical Sciences. Showing 1 - 12 of 82 news. A student with a massive grin holds a small pennant while ...
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PSP In the News
Plymouth Science Park in the News. If you would like to be added to our press list, have any press enquiries or image requests, please email our press ...
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4 hours ago
His comment on being edited made me think of something that is a bit of a tangent. I like the way he writes on his blog. He has personality. I wonder if ...
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How cancer turns good cells to the Dark Side
Provided by National Science Foundation. 2015 highlights continue with this listener favorite about the PhenoCam Network, which is capturing a.
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Jan 01
News Conference Features Next Space Station Crew; Interviews Available ... NASA scientists have released new findings about the Moon's tenuous ...
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A month after Broadcom MASTERS
Sriyaa Suresh was a 2015 Broadcom MASTERS finalist. When she returned home from the competition, she found she had made the local news.
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Blog Archive » Edging in: the biggest science news of 2015
For years, I was forced to endure life with my nose up against the glass of the Annual Edge Question. What are you optimistic about? Ooh! ooh! Call on ...
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A method for controlling gene activation
Researchers from the University of Helsinki have developed a method that enables the activation of genes in a cell without changing the genome.
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KAAS Science News
KAAS News - Karnataka Association Science News ... News is an electronic newsletter of Karnataka Association for Advancement of Science (KAAS).
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Science and Environmental News and Views (Ray Griffiths)
Science and Environmental News and Views Ray Griffiths: This show features news and opinion about variousscience subjects and the environment.
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Spring Data Science Fellowship Opportunity
Assistant Professor - CSE and Cognitive Science Joint Appointment in Contextual Robotics · HCI Opening ... Bradley Voytek in Science News.
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New Science Found on A Human Being
New Science Found on A Human Being - posted in Science News: Want something to blow your mind?First thing youve ever heard off? A man thats ...
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Sawfish Behavior Leading To Species Own Decline Science News
Sawfish Behavior Leading To Species Own Decline Science News.
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