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2014/10/28 15:37
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Turns out, violent crime may be genetic Our actions are often considered to be a product of our attitude or environment. But our genes may have more to do with this than we think. A new study found...
2014/10/28 15:37
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2014/10/28 05:38
2014/10/28 05:38
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Why would you want to write a PhD abstract when you could make it truly abstract -- through the medium of interpretive dance? For the seventh year running, Science magazine and the American...
2014/10/27 17:51
2014/10/27 17:51
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The initiative, which is placed before voters, has been repeatedly described as a temporary moratorium. This is a misrepresentation of what is proposed and the true intentions of the initiative...
2014/10/26 13:34
2014/10/26 13:34
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Oregon voters are now filling out ballots to decide, among other issues, whether to mandate labeling of genetically engineered foods sold in the state. Proponents and opponents of the labeling...
2014/10/26 00:43
2014/10/26 00:43
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Business built on shattered flowers, impromptu glue Entrepreneurship isn’t always all about making money.George Ruger’s entrance into the world of private enterprise a year ago also carried a desire...
2014/10/23 20:24
2014/10/23 20:24
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Alan Leshner, executive publisher of the journal Science, explored the relationship between societal beliefs and scientific findings in his talk to students and faculty members at the University of...
2014/10/20 13:30
2014/10/20 13:30
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When Satish K. Tripathi came to UB as the university’s provost in 2004, UB was “a very fine institution with a solid foundation and great potential.” Now, a decade later, “I see a remarkable...
2014/10/18 15:56
2014/10/18 15:56
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Richard Feynman on the Social Sciences What do real scientists have to say about sciences that are not so real? Born in 1918, Richard Feynman was an American theoretical physicist known for his work...
2014/10/16 18:30
2014/10/16 18:30
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One of the world’s leaders in research on the human microbiome will give the keynote address at the second program in UB’s “Critical Conversations,” an annual presidential series showcasing...
2014/10/15 14:08
2014/10/15 14:08
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WASHINGTON (AP) - People are changing Earth so much, warming and polluting it, that many scientists are turning to a new way to describe the time we live in. They're calling it the Anthropocene - the...
2014/10/13 13:06
2014/10/13 13:06
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Church leaders could be more at home in the world of science thanks to a new teaching initiative in the US. Ten Christian seminaries have been awarded funding to help them integrate science and...
2014/10/13 06:00
2014/10/13 06:00
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Outside research funding increased more than officials expected this past year, even after last year’s federal budget sequester threatened funding nationwide. Provost Steven Lerman said the...
2014/10/13 03:02
2014/10/13 03:02
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Science Online was an amazing annual unconference that started a few years back and grew and became part of the reshaping of public communication about science. This year, the people running the...
2014/10/11 12:51
2014/10/11 12:51
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Meanwhile, this is the statement from the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world's most prestigious scientific society: "The science is quite clear: crop improvement by the...
2014/10/10 00:18
2014/10/10 00:18
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Proposition 105 is a badly flawed measure that will hurt Colorado farmers and food producers without providing any health benefit to consumers. Backers of the measure say all they want is...
2014/10/08 19:36
2014/10/08 19:36
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Responding to a real or perceived gap between science and faith, 10 U.S. seminaries will receive a combined $1.5 million in grants to include science in their curricula, the American Association for...
2014/10/06 11:28
2014/10/06 11:28
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A Nobel Prize-winning biochemist has said the scientific community cannot make any headway among the religious community because "facts can't argue against faith". Robert Lefkowitz, who won a Nobel...
2014/10/05 21:23
2014/10/05 21:23
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Lincoln, Neb. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has received a $2.3 million grant to transform the way life sciences are taught. The grant will help the university bring together life science...
2014/10/03 18:15
2014/10/03 18:15
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Editor’s note: This is one of a series of articles examining the bond questions that will appear on the Nov. 4 ballot in Maine. Question 4 reads: Do you favor a $10,000,000 bond issue, to be awarded...
2014/10/03 15:38
2014/10/03 15:38
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By Janet Rems Special to The Times MPA art creates three different worlds, also part of its Oct. 5 ArtFest A visit to the McLean Project for Arts’ three galleries in the McLean Community Center,...
2014/10/28 15:37
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