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2014/08/27 18:48
2014/08/27 18:48
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Almost. As Joe Romm points out at ThinkProgress, there are still some major flaws in that plan. Chief among them: the Post hasn’t made it clear what an un-devolved climate debate would look like. The...
2014/08/27 18:48
2014/08/27 18:48
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2014/08/22 13:42
2014/08/22 13:42
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Five years after the end of the1983-2009 civil war in Sri Lanka, thousands of Sri Lankans remain refugees despite satellite-image analysis showing new housing-like structures and development in a...
2014/08/20 15:38
2014/08/20 15:38
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When fourth-grader Ian Matthews heard his school would close at the end of the last academic year, he said he asked his principal, �Why do they want to break people�s hearts?� For Ian and more than...
2014/08/18 12:04
2014/08/18 12:04
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To continue the recent American Association for the Advancement of Science theme, I present the text of a recent open letter I signed to the AAAS concerning their new journal Science Advances. Thanks...
2014/08/18 07:26
2014/08/18 07:26
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Vandana Shiva accuses multinational corporations such as Monsanto of attempting to impose “food totalitarianism” on the world.Credit Illustration by Jason Seiler / Reference: Amanda Edwards /...
2014/08/15 08:34
2014/08/15 08:34
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This photo courtesy of Mike Rubenstein and Science/AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science), shows KiloBots, a swarm of one thousand simple but collaborative robots. Washington -...
2014/08/15 07:09
2014/08/15 07:09
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WASHINGTON (AP) - After four years of civil war, many of Syria's cultural sites have been threatened or destroyed, and museums have been raided and looted. Now the Smithsonian Institution is...
2014/08/13 20:44
2014/08/13 20:44
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FLICKR, DUNCAN HULLOpen access advocates, led by Imperial College London PhD student Jon Tennant, are drafting an open letter to the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS),...
2014/08/13 17:21
2014/08/13 17:21
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When fourth grader Ian Matthews heard his school would close the end of the last academic year, he said he asked his principal, “Why do they want to break people’s hearts?” For Ian and more than 150...
2014/08/12 17:12
2014/08/12 17:12
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Illustration by Todd DetwilerFrom the game itself to the coverage on Sundays, football is only getting faster. Don't look away from the screen! Don't go to the concession stand for a beer! You'll...
2014/08/08 19:10
2014/08/08 19:10
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Francisco Mártinez Roca aka Paco Roca is a strip cartoonist, born in 1969 in Valencia, Spain. Experienced with graphic novels and advertising illustrations, he is most known for comic books like his...
2014/08/07 18:30
2014/08/07 18:30
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The search for the inaugural director of UB RENEW has moved into the home stretch as the finalists for the position begin to make public visits to campus to meet with UB stakeholders. The first...
2014/08/07 12:52
2014/08/07 12:52
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Carey Rosenthal, 71, of Newtown Square, an associate professor of chemistry at Drexel University, died Wednesday, July 30, of endocarditis and renal failure in Philadelphia. Dr. Rosenthal taught for...
2014/08/07 00:41
2014/08/07 00:41
24d
Shore Up Connecticut is a policy mistake. A state loan program named Shore Back Connecticut would make more sense because retreat from the coast is the only viable long-term option. Recent...
2014/08/05 13:48
2014/08/05 13:48
25d
Aims to recognize some of the most beautiful visualizations from the worlds of science and engineering. Washington DC - infoZine - The National Science Foundation and Popular Science launched their...
2014/08/04 13:17
2014/08/04 13:17
26d
Creating Buzz About Science to Help Solve Pressing Global Challenges Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitations248th National Meeting and Exposition of the American Chemical Society...
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2014/08/04 06:25
2014/08/04 06:25
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Lunar scheme gets a boost Ranger 7’s literally smashing success has given a brief new thrust – emotional as well as scientific – toward the goal of a manned moon landing by 1970. While it is still...
2014/08/03 17:42
2014/08/03 17:42
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And it’s not supposed to be. When that happens we start burning books, burning witches and making some very bad decisions. We’re not there yet, but we are seeing a very worrisome trend. President...
2014/08/03 00:45
2014/08/03 00:45
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If you could compress 2,600 years of cultural history into one moment, it'd look something like this. The stunning visualization created by Maximilian Schich, an art historian at the University of...
2014/08/27 18:48
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