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 2018-01-23 20:22 

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Worldwide Effort Says Together Science Can...

Jeremy Farrar, director of the Wellcome Trust, talked about worldwide scientific collaboration today at the World Economic Forum....

 2018-01-23 17:00 

Scientific American

When A Mom Feels Depressed, Her Baby's Cells Might Feel It Too...

At just 18 months old, young children can show biological evidence of added stress...

 2018-01-23 17:00 

Scientific American

When a Mom Feels Depressed, Her Baby's Cells Might Feel It, Too...

At just 18 months old, young children can show biological evidence of added stress...

 2018-01-23 16:30 

Scientific American

China Declared World's Largest Producer of Scientific Articles...

International competition is increasing, but the United States remains a scientific powerhouse...

 2018-01-23 16:15 

Scientific American

Shrinking Mountain Glaciers Are Affecting People Downstream...

Many glaciers seem to have already reached a tipping point, after which freshwater runoff will begin to decline...

 2018-01-23 15:00 

Scientific American

To Combat Loneliness, Promote Social Health...

Mounting evidence shows that relationships should be a public health priority...

 2018-01-23 13:00 

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NASA Pushes for Nuclear-Powered Space Missions...

The space agency's Kilopower project could end a half-century hiatus for U.S. reactors in space...

 2018-01-23 11:45 

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Ask the Expert: Does Rising CO2 Benefit Plants?...

Climate change's negative effects on plants will likely outweigh any gains from elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide levels...

 2018-01-22 22:32 

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Canada Geese Taking a Winter Staycation...

The geese are wintering further and further north, in urban areas like Chicago—which may help them avoid hunters. Emily Schwing reports....

 2018-01-22 20:45 

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In the Search for Alien Life, "Everyone Is an Astrobiologist"...

Scientists are plotting new directions in the quest for cosmic company...

 2018-01-22 16:15 

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Cleaning Up Air Pollution May Strengthen Global Warming...

New research is helping quantify just how big that effect might be...

 2018-01-22 16:00 

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"Dark Matter" DNA Influences Brain Development...

Researchers are finally figuring out the purpose behind some genome sequences that are nearly identical across vertebrates...

 2018-01-22 11:45 

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How to Hack an Intelligent Machine...

AI scientists try to trick smart systems into making dumb gaffes...

 2018-01-20 13:00 

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5 Body Hacks to Instantly Calm Overwhelming Emotion...

Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen breaks the glass on 5 body hacks that pull the plug on overwhelming emotion...

 2018-01-20 13:00 

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50 Years Ago, a US Military Jet Crashed in Greenland with 4 Nuclear Bombs on Board...

On Jan. 21, 1968, the Cold War grew significantly colder...

 2018-01-20 02:30 

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Moon's Tug Doesn't Cause Big Quakes...

An analysis of more than 200 earthquakes over the past four centuries concludes there's no connection between moon phases and big earthquakes. Christopher Intagliata reports....

 2018-01-19 16:30 

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New Climate Censorship Tracker Comes Online...

The project has so far assembled 96 entries of federal restrictions or prohibitions on climate science since November 2016...

 2018-01-19 12:15 

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Does Gender Matter?...

The suggestion that women are not advancing in science because of innate inability has been taken seriously by some high-profile academics over the years. Neuroscientist Ben A. Barres, who died in......

 2018-01-19 11:45 

Scientific American

A Year of Trump: Science Is a Major Casualty in the New Politics of Disruption...

From a rollback of environmental protections to attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, here's a look at the president's impact on science-related issues...

 2018-01-19 02:46 

Scientific American

Social Media Helps ID Blech Source...

Surveillance of Yelp restaurant reviews for terms like vomit led researchers to the sources of foodborne illness outbreaks. Karen Hopkin reports....

 2018-01-19 02:46 

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Social Media Helps ID Belch Source...

Surveillance of Yelp restaurant reviews for terms like vomit led researchers to the sources of foodborne illness outbreaks. Karen Hopkin reports....

 2018-01-18 21:30 

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2017 Ranked Among Three Hottest Years Ever...

The average amount of heat absorbed and trapped in the upper ocean last year was also higher than ever seen before...

 2018-01-18 19:00 

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Scientists Move Closer to a Universal Flu Vaccine...

Researchers hope their new approach, which works well in lab animals, may save more lives...

 2018-01-18 18:00 

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Synthetic Species Designed to Shun Sex with Wild Organisms...

Engineered organisms that cannot breed with wild counterparts could prevent transgenic plants from spreading genes...

 2018-01-18 17:30 

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The Good and Bad News about Rising Temperatures...

Scientists believe they can better pinpoint how much future warming the world can expect...

 2018-01-18 17:15 

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What a U.S. Government Shutdown Would Mean for Science...

The National Institutes of Health would stop processing grants, but astronauts in space would keep working...

 2018-01-18 17:00 

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Exploding Meteor Causes Earthquake in Michigan...

The fireball's sonic boom sparked a 2.0-magnitude seismic event...

 2018-01-18 17:00 

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Did Michigan Meteor Really Cause an Earthquake?...

The fireball's sonic boom sparked a 2.0-magnitude seismic event...

 2018-01-18 15:00 

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The 16 "Billion-Dollar Disasters" That Happened in 2017...

2017 was the U.S.'s most expensive year for climate disasters on record...

 2018-01-18 11:45 

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Why People Dislike Really Smart Leaders...

Those with an IQ above 120 are perceived as less effective, regardless of actual performance...

 2018-01-18 02:50 

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Salmonella Could Have Caused 16th Century Epidemic...

Using a new algorithm, geneticists uncovered the pathogen that could have caused a massive epidemic in the Aztec empire: Salmonella bacteria. Christopher Intagliata reports....

 2018-01-17 18:00 

Scientific American

How to Stop Sex Changes in Turtles on the Great Barrier Reef...

Climate change led to more female eggs, so scientists are trying to ensure males are made in the shade...

 2018-01-17 16:30 

Scientific American

New Satellite Mission Would Benefit Climate Science and the Energy Industry...

The GeoCARB satellite will map the concentrations of key greenhouse gases over the Americas...

 2018-01-17 16:00 

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The Hidden Depth in Math's Simple Puzzles...

Mathematician Richard Schwartz explains why he loves problems he can start solving right away, and how computers can help...

 2018-01-17 14:30 

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How Good Is Star Trek 's Record at Predicting the Future of Tech?...
 2018-01-17 14:00 

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How Robot Math and Smartphones Led Researchers to a Drug Discovery Breakthrough...

An algorithm originally designed to help robots move was useful in tackling an entirely different problem...

 2018-01-17 13:15 

Scientific American

Are Nonstick Pans Safe?...

Nonstick pans allow you to cook with less oil and clean-up is a breeze. But are they safe?...

 2018-01-17 13:00 

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NASA Test Proves Pulsars Can Function as a Celestial GPS...

Experiment shows how spacecraft could use stellar signals to navigate in deep space without human instruction...

 2018-01-17 11:45 

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The Brain's Marauder's Map...

Neurons in the hippocampi of rats and bats fire in response to their fellow animals' movements...

 2018-01-16 18:45 

Scientific American

Cells Hack Virus-like Protein to Communicate...

Proteins that researchers think are key to long-term memory formation also move genetic material between cells in both mice and flies...

 2018-01-16 18:45 

Scientific American

Cells Hack Viruslike Protein to Communicate...

Proteins that researchers think are key to long-term memory formation also move genetic material between cells in both mice and flies...

 2018-01-16 18:00 

Scientific American

Hawaii's Missile Alert Gaffe: Why Good Human-Machine Design Is Critical...

Poor interface design clearly fails to address human errors...

 2018-01-16 18:00 

Scientific American

Hawaii's Missile Alert Gaffe: Why Good HumanMachine Design Is Critical...

Poor interface design clearly fails to address human errors...

 2018-01-16 17:00 

Scientific American

Why Are Some People More Creative Than Others?...

Neuroscientists have started to identify thinking processes and brain regions involved with creativity...

 2018-01-16 16:00 

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Christianity Is Not Getting Greener...

U.S. Christians' concerns about the environment have not shifted much in the past two decades...

 2018-01-16 16:00 

Scientific American

Christianity Is Not Getting Greener...

U.S. Christians' concerns about the environment have not shifted much in the past two decades...

 2018-01-16 15:45 

Scientific American

Young "Dreamer" Scientists in Legal Limbo...

Court temporarily revives protections for some as Trump and Congress clash over policy reform...

 2018-01-16 15:30 

Scientific American

Darker Skies, Darker Behaviors...
 2018-01-16 14:15 

Scientific American

The Puzzle of the First Black Holes...

How could the oldest black holes have grown so big so early in the universe?...

 2018-01-16 14:00 

Scientific American

Depths of Space, Oceans and Politics...

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