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Newsmax
3 New Studies: Earth's Climate Not Warming That FastEarth's climate may not rise as quickly as scientists currently think, accordin
3 New Studies: Earth's Climate Not Warming That Fast
Newsmax / Posted 16 hours ago
Earth's climate may not rise as quickly as scientists currently think, according to three new studies of how clouds are formed. Clouds are formed by condensing around aerosols, and the thinking has been that sulfuric acid produced by humans has... Read more
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Daily Star
Life IS out there: Conditions for ALIENS exist on comet moving near Earthdiscovery was found by scientists on the Rosetta mission, who claim to have fou
Life IS out there: Conditions for ALIENS exist on comet moving near Earth
Daily Star / Posted 3 days ago
discovery was found by scientists on the Rosetta mission, who claim to have found building blocks for life in a cloud of gas and dust around comet called 67P. They now believe that life on Earth was created by what are dubbed "dirty... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Tourist trip ends in tragedy for British couple on honeymoonPhoto / supplied via Facebook A heartbreaking photograph from the couple's wed
Tourist trip ends in tragedy for British couple on honeymoon
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Photo / supplied via Facebook A heartbreaking photograph from the couple's wedding shows them holding hands underneath a cloud of pink blossom, while another shows the pair at the reception. A third, taken before the ceremony, shows the couple's... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Oil sands found to be a leading source of air pollution in North AmericaA cloud of noxious particles brewing in the air above the Alberta oil sands is
Oil sands found to be a leading source of air pollution in North America
The Globe and Mail / Posted 5 days ago
A cloud of noxious particles brewing in the air above the Alberta oil sands is one of the most prolific sources of air pollution in North America, often exceeding the total emissions from Canada’s largest city, federal scientists have... Read more
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The Verge
How to make clouds from pine trees: a recipe from physicistsWanna make it rain? Try pine trees. It turns out that the delightful, Christmas
How to make clouds from pine trees: a recipe from physicists
The Verge / Posted 5 days ago
Wanna make it rain? Try pine trees. It turns out that the delightful, Christmas tree scent may lead to precursors of clouds, according to two studies from CERN. And what’s more, it may mean that scientists have to slightly scale back their current... Read more
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New York Post
Professional climbers can’t believe what’s happened to Everestsickness in the notorious “death zone,” where the air is so thin that only the
Professional climbers can’t believe what’s happened to Everest
New York Post / Posted 6 days ago
sickness in the notorious “death zone,” where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions about the preparations and safety standards of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Liberian Children Alarm Dangershe said. Ms. Sheriff argued that the "poor implementation of the 2011 Childre
Liberian Children Alarm Danger
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
she said. Ms. Sheriff argued that the "poor implementation of the 2011 Children's Law of Liberia is creating a dark cloud over the future of Liberian children," as she suggested further that up to date, Liberian children lack access to... Read more
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Digi Times
Accumulating comprehensive smart living achievements, Tatung is devoted to building smart green communitiesin carbon emissions and a 30% reduction in both electricity and water consumpti
Accumulating comprehensive smart living achievements, Tatung is devoted to building smart green communities
Digi Times / Posted 7 days ago
in carbon emissions and a 30% reduction in both electricity and water consumption. Connecting devices, systems and cloud to build up an all-in-one smart project Whether the "433" goal can be achieved depends on close cooperation among end... Read more
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Naples Daily News
Patient who wanted Taco Bell after 42 days in coma now preparing to head to home-cooked mealscalled an ambulance and admitted him to Naples Community Hospital. Within hours
Patient who wanted Taco Bell after 42 days in coma now preparing to head to home-cooked meals
Naples Daily News / Posted 7 days ago
called an ambulance and admitted him to Naples Community Hospital. Within hours, his heart stopped, and he was without oxygen for about 10 minutes. With his heart, liver and kidneys failing, doctors transferred him to Tampa General. After... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Zombie Economy Soon to Have its Zombie Epocalypseeconomy) that is struggling to rise again to new highs, which it simply cannot
Zombie Economy Soon to Have its Zombie Epocalypse
Zero Hedge / Posted 7 days ago
economy) that is struggling to rise again to new highs, which it simply cannot do now that QE has been turned off and the oxygen tank of zero interest is being slowly turned down. I’ve said it wouldn’t be able to, and it hasn’t. It’s spent a year... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Everest under scrutiny as third climber diessickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest under scrutiny as third climber dies
Otago Daily Times / Posted 7 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Ms Strydom's husband remained critically ill. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
For most on Everest, bottled oxygen is a must. But a few go without.the world's most accomplished mountaineers describes approaching the summit of
For most on Everest, bottled oxygen is a must. But a few go without.
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
the world's most accomplished mountaineers describes approaching the summit of Mount Everest without the benefit of bottled oxygen. "I'd be literally having to force myself after that 15th breath to take the next step," said Ed Viesturs, the only... Read more
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WA Today
Everest safety under scrutiny as third climber dies in as many days and two more go missingsickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny as third climber dies in as many days and two more go missing
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Maria Strydom died and husband Robert Gropel remains ill after their attempt to climb Everest this month. Photo:... Read more
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The Age
Everest safety under scrutiny as third climber dies in as many days and two more go missingsickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny as third climber dies in as many days and two more go missing
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Two other Indian climbers have also been missing on Everest since Saturday, and hiking officials said chances of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Everest safety under scrutiny as third climber dies in as many days and two more go missingsickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny as third climber dies in as many days and two more go missing
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Two other Indian climbers have also been missing on Everest since Saturday, and hiking officials said chances of... Read more
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Canberra Times
Everest safety under scrutiny as third climber dies in as many days and two more go missingsickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny as third climber dies in as many days and two more go missing
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Maria Strydom died and husband Robert Gropel remains ill after their attempt to climb Everest this month. Photo:... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Air pollution doesn't just make breathing harder for humans, fish are choking tooPacific Ocean, billions of tiny creatures are literally eating our air pollutio
Air pollution doesn't just make breathing harder for humans, fish are choking too
Chicago Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
Pacific Ocean, billions of tiny creatures are literally eating our air pollution. The pollution starts out as an enormous cloud generated by industries in east Asia near Japan, China, the Koreas and Russia. For decades it has formed and floated... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Air pollution doesn't just make breathing harder for humans, fish are choking tooPacific Ocean, billions of tiny creatures are literally eating our air pollutio
Air pollution doesn't just make breathing harder for humans, fish are choking too
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 7 days ago
Pacific Ocean, billions of tiny creatures are literally eating our air pollution. The pollution starts out as an enormous cloud generated by industries in east Asia near Japan, China, the Koreas and Russia. For decades it has formed and floated... Read more
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Daily Mail
More squid-like creatures swarm the sea despite environmental changean octopus plays tug...Meet Casper! Mysterious 'ghost octopus' is discovered 4,
More squid-like creatures swarm the sea despite environmental change
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
an octopus plays tug...Meet Casper! Mysterious 'ghost octopus' is discovered 4,000m...Air pollution starving the oceans of oxygen: Dust released...Are the oceans running out of oxygen? Fish could 'choke' as... Share this article They published... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Everest safety under scrutiny as third climber dies in as many dayssickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny as third climber dies in as many days
Calgary Sun / Posted 8 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions about the preparations and safety standards of... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber diessickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber dies
Sarnia Observer / Posted 8 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions about the preparations and safety standards of... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber diessickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber dies
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 8 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions about the preparations and safety standards of... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber diessickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber dies
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 8 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions about the preparations and safety standards of... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber diessickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber dies
Chatham Daily News / Posted 8 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions about the preparations and safety standards of... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber diessickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber dies
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 8 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions about the preparations and safety standards of... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber diessickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber dies
Welland Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions about the preparations and safety standards of... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber diessickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber dies
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 8 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions about the preparations and safety standards of... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber diessickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber dies
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 8 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions about the preparations and safety standards of... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber diessickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber dies
Northumberland Today / Posted 8 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions about the preparations and safety standards of... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber diessickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber dies
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 8 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions about the preparations and safety standards of... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber diessickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber dies
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 8 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions about the preparations and safety standards of... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber diessickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny as 3rd climber dies
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 8 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions about the preparations and safety standards of... Read more
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CBC.ca
3rd climber dies on Everest in as many days as safety standards questionedsickness in the notorious "death zone" where the air is so thin that only the f
3rd climber dies on Everest in as many days as safety standards questioned
CBC.ca / Posted 8 days ago
sickness in the notorious "death zone" where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions about the preparations and safety standards of... Read more
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iol.co.za
Everest safety under scrutiny after 3 deathssickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny after 3 deaths
iol.co.za / Posted 8 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions about the preparations and safety standards of... Read more
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Reuters
Everest safety under scrutiny as third climber dies in as many dayssickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny as third climber dies in as many days
Reuters / Posted 8 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions about the preparations and safety standards of... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Woman who died on Mount Everest took on climb to prove 'vegans can do anything'Maria Strydom fell unwell due to altitude sickness and died from lack of oxygen
Woman who died on Mount Everest took on climb to prove 'vegans can do anything'
Daily Mirror / Posted 8 days ago
Maria Strydom fell unwell due to altitude sickness and died from lack of oxygen on Saturday. The 34-year-old university lecturer, who lived in Melbourne, Australia, was the second person to die on the world's highest mountain in days. She said in... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Everest safety under scrutiny as third climber dies in as many dayssickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Everest safety under scrutiny as third climber dies in as many days
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 8 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions about the preparations and safety standards of... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Third death in as many days on Everestsickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the f
Third death in as many days on Everest
Otago Daily Times / Posted 8 days ago
sickness in the notorious 'death zone' where the air is so thin that only the fittest can survive without supplementary oxygen. Hiking officials and climbing veterans say the deaths raise questions about the preparations and safety standards of... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Are e-cigarettes a miracle or menace asks TV presenter and scientistkill you. Smoking also clogs up your arteries, doubling your risk of dying from
Are e-cigarettes a miracle or menace asks TV presenter and scientist
Daily Mirror / Posted 10 days ago
kill you. Smoking also clogs up your arteries, doubling your risk of dying from a heart attack or stroke. Smoking reduces oxygen to your brain, hugely increasing your risk of developing Alzheimer's and dementia. And if you are a bloke you might... Read more
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Daily Mail
We need to think more carefully about the messages we send to ETare MELTING! Stunning images show...A galactic gold mine! Rare dwarf galaxy fil
We need to think more carefully about the messages we send to ET
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
are MELTING! Stunning images show...A galactic gold mine! Rare dwarf galaxy filled with precious...The red planet draped in cloud: Nasa releases stunning new...Forget fireworks: Japanese startup wants to create a... Share this article During his... Read more
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The Register
If you know what's good for you, your health data belongs in the cloud"connected" blood glucose monitors - possibly part of an implanted insulin pump
If you know what's good for you, your health data belongs in the cloud
The Register / Posted 11 days ago
"connected" blood glucose monitors - possibly part of an implanted insulin pump - squirt their measurements into the cloud then send alerts to anyone who needs to know when a diabetic might potentially be having a problem managing their... Read more
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PhysOrg
Stellar mystery deepensthe Carina Nebula. Like cracking open a watermelon and finding its seeds, the i
Stellar mystery deepens
PhysOrg / Posted 12 days ago
the Carina Nebula. Like cracking open a watermelon and finding its seeds, the infrared telescope "busted open" this murky cloud to reveal star embryos tucked inside finger-like pillars of thick dust. Credit: NASA Using recent advancements in... Read more
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Mail & Guardian
Howzit sunshine, smaak the new lookBut, until recently, humanity has been decidedly poor at harnessing it. Tradit
Howzit sunshine, smaak the new look
Mail & Guardian / Posted 14 days ago
But, until recently, humanity has been decidedly poor at harnessing it. Traditional solar technology has performed poorly. Cloud cover and long nights mean photovoltaic panels cannot provide baseload capacity. At best, these turn 20% of the energy... Read more
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Mail & Guardian
Solar power technology improvements usher in a new age of renewable energyBut, until recently, humanity has been decidedly poor at harnessing it. Tradit
Solar power technology improvements usher in a new age of renewable energy
Mail & Guardian / Posted 14 days ago
But, until recently, humanity has been decidedly poor at harnessing it. Traditional solar technology has performed poorly. Cloud cover and long nights mean photovoltaic panels cannot provide baseload capacity. At best, these turn 20% of the energy... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
White House launches 'microbiome' initiative to study beneficial bacteriaof Science and Technology Policy. Billions of years ago, she notes, it was ocea
White House launches 'microbiome' initiative to study beneficial bacteria
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 18 days ago
of Science and Technology Policy. Billions of years ago, she notes, it was ocean-dwelling bacteria that began releasing oxygen into the atmosphere, making life on land possible. "We wouldn't be here without these bacteria," Handelsman said.... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
White House launches 'microbiome' initiative to study beneficial bacteriaof Science and Technology Policy. Billions of years ago, she notes, it was ocea
White House launches 'microbiome' initiative to study beneficial bacteria
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 18 days ago
of Science and Technology Policy. Billions of years ago, she notes, it was ocean-dwelling bacteria that began releasing oxygen into the atmosphere, making life on land possible. "We wouldn't be here without these bacteria," Handelsman said.... Read more
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11 News Houston
White House launches 'microbiome' initiative to study beneficial bacteriaof Science and Technology Policy. Billions of years ago, she notes, it was ocea
White House launches 'microbiome' initiative to study beneficial bacteria
11 News Houston / Posted 18 days ago
of Science and Technology Policy. Billions of years ago, she notes, it was ocean-dwelling bacteria that began releasing oxygen into the atmosphere, making life on land possible. "We wouldn't be here without these bacteria," Handelsman said.... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
White House launches 'microbiome' initiative to study beneficial bacteriaof Science and Technology Policy. Billions of years ago, she notes, it was ocea
White House launches 'microbiome' initiative to study beneficial bacteria
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 18 days ago
of Science and Technology Policy. Billions of years ago, she notes, it was ocean-dwelling bacteria that began releasing oxygen into the atmosphere, making life on land possible. "We wouldn't be here without these bacteria," Handelsman said.... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
White House launches 'microbiome' initiative to study beneficial bacteriaof Science and Technology Policy. Billions of years ago, she notes, it was ocea
White House launches 'microbiome' initiative to study beneficial bacteria
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 18 days ago
of Science and Technology Policy. Billions of years ago, she notes, it was ocean-dwelling bacteria that began releasing oxygen into the atmosphere, making life on land possible. "We wouldn't be here without these bacteria," Handelsman said.... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
White House launches 'microbiome' initiative to study beneficial bacteriaof Science and Technology Policy. Billions of years ago, she notes, it was ocea
White House launches 'microbiome' initiative to study beneficial bacteria
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 18 days ago
of Science and Technology Policy. Billions of years ago, she notes, it was ocean-dwelling bacteria that began releasing oxygen into the atmosphere, making life on land possible. "We wouldn't be here without these bacteria," Handelsman said.... Read more
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