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Strathmore�s Who�s Who Honors Susan J. Littman, M.D. as Professional of the Year Susan J. Littman, of Maple Glen, Pennsylvania, was recognized as a 2015 Professional of the Year by Strathmore�s Who�s...
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2015/07/28 11:52
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Don’t assume that science is ‘gender neutral’. Question whether the study design has taken into account the needs of both women and men equally. For example, in the past women were excluded from...
2015/07/28 09:29
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Kenyan innovators and entrepreneurs are expecting a bonanza from the Global Entrepreneurship Summit as various multinationals and foundations announced innovation competitions that will see them fund...
2015/07/28 04:40
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Pew Report Delves Into Scientific Attitudes A new Pew Research Center Internet, Science & Tech division report, “An Elaboration of AAAS Scientists’ Views,” explores findings from its January 2015...
2015/07/27 20:45
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The world's largest professional organization for scientists has been feeding into "harmful stereotypes" about minority groups, including publishing sexist advice columns and transphobic cover photos,...
2015/07/26 11:53
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Genetically modified seeds are changing agriculture In a wide, brown field, Bret Davis opens a pocketknife with a click, kneels down and scrapes through a furrow of dirt. He uncovers a purple corn...
2015/07/25 09:08
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When disease-resistant rice is invaded by disease-causing bacteria, a small protein produced by the bacteria betrays the invader. Upon recognizing that protein, the rice plants sense that a microbial...
2015/07/25 00:19
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A bill that would prevent state and local governments from requiring labels on genetically modified foods passed in the House of Representatives on Thursday after contentious debate, 275-150. The...
2015/07/24 18:36
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I am old enough to remember how cool it was to see the art that could be created from early-1980s vintage dot-matrix printers—Snoopys and the like constructed from strategically organized asterisks,...
2015/07/23 14:56
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TWO US-trained scientists of the University of San Agustin (USA) were recipients of the Department of Science and Technology’s Balik Scientist Program (BSP) Awards. They are Dr. Doralyn S. Dalisay,...
2015/07/23 10:43
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The Syrian Civil War, which has devastated the nation since 2011, has not only exacted a heavy toll on the nation’s people, but also on the archives of its rich culture and history. Cultural heritage...
2015/07/22 20:57
2015/07/22 20:57
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The American Association for the Advancement of Science has gotten an earful from 600 scientists and their supporters. An open letter that was also sent to BuzzFeed News asks the group, which is also...
2015/07/22 10:03
2015/07/22 10:03
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Health and medicine explained. What Ailments Were These Horrific Medical Treatments Supposed to Cure?The 17th century was a terrible time to suffer from apoplexy. Modern medicine has come a long way...
2015/07/22 02:42
2015/07/22 02:42
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... MABROMATA/AFP/Getty Images) Today, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) received an open letter with hundreds of signatures criticizing missteps in its flagship...
2015/07/20 21:09
2015/07/20 21:09
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Congress has been asked to provide $5.7 billion for the programs of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration during the current fiscal year, roughly 6 cents of every federal tax dollar. This...
2015/07/19 15:18
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Is genetically engineered food dangerous? Many people seem to think it is. In the past five years, companies have submitted more than 27,000 products to the Non-GMO Project, which certifies goods...
2015/07/18 02:10
2015/07/18 02:10
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Ninety-one year old Ruth Karola Westheimer is an American sex therapist, media personality, and author best known as Dr. Ruth. The New York Times describes her as a psychologist who became a kind of...
2015/07/17 22:15
2015/07/17 22:15
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Helen Holt, a science teacher who was widowed into politics when she took over her late husband’s seat in the West Virginia legislature and later carved a new career in the federal government focused...
2015/07/17 21:27
2015/07/17 21:27
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The Environmental Protection Agency for years has issued costly clean air rules based, in part, on two '90s-era studies linking air pollution with death. But, critics say, the same agency has stymied...
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2015/07/15 10:03
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Some environmentalists and public interest groups want to go further. Hundreds of organizations, including Consumers Union, Friends of the Earth, Physicians for Social Responsibility, the Center for...
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