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2014/04/23 15:51
2014/04/23 15:51
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In science, "simple and accessible detection methods that can rapidly screen a large cell population with the resolution of a single cell inside that population has been seriously lacking," said...
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2014/04/23 15:51
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2014/04/23 15:41
2014/04/23 15:41
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Leslie Woodcock, prominent scientist and former NASA researcher, challenged the "scientific fact" that man-made carbon emissions cause global warming. He declared: "The theory of 'man-made climate...
2014/04/23 15:05
2014/04/23 15:05
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... —A large team of European researchers has finally revealed the purpose of the long, thin, needle-like bill sported by the famous sailfish. It's used, they report in their paper published in...
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2014/04/23 14:25
2014/04/23 14:25
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Three-toed sloths have a unique abdominal design - their innards are fixed to their lower ribs to avoid squashing the lungs while hanging upside down. The South and Central American forest dweller,...
2014/04/23 13:59
2014/04/23 13:59
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Stephan Lewandowsky, chair of cognitive psychology at the University of Bristol, answered questions posed by the public on Reddit. Conspiracy theories Under what conditions do conspiracies spread?...
2014/04/23 12:58
2014/04/23 12:58
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East Lancashire celebrates St George's Day Getting ready for the big day at Giant Leap Childcare and Learning Centre, Burnley, is two-year-old Kaysey-Mae Thompson PARADES, fun days, church services...
2014/04/23 12:39
2014/04/23 12:39
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Working on dye-sensitized solar cells - researchers from University Malaya (UM) and National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) have achieved an efficiency of 1.12 %, at a fraction of the cost compared to...
Read more at PhysOrg, Science Daily
2014/04/23 12:27
2014/04/23 12:27
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Dolphins in Western Australia using marine sponges as a foraging tool have managed to find a new niche food, according to Swiss researchers. The sponge-using bottlenose dolphins pass on the skill from...
2014/04/23 12:19
2014/04/23 12:19
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For decades male rock stars have been known for an unrivaled ability to draw hordes of admiring female fans. Now researchers may have uncovered a scientific reason for their attractiveness to the...
2014/04/23 11:21
2014/04/23 11:21
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People who had low birth weights and those breastfed for short periods may be more likely to develop chronic inflammation linked to heart disease in adults, a study said on Wednesday. Researchers in...
2014/04/23 07:30
2014/04/23 07:30
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Mother and baby spend a week in the trees and avoid danger by coming to ground only once a week. Danger for the sloth species is rife however and the rescue centre has to take in many injured and...
2014/04/23 07:26
2014/04/23 07:26
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Scientists pinpoint source of 'bio-duck' sound Related Stories Mystery solved A puzzling sound heard for decades in the waters of the Southern Ocean and off the Australian west coast has finally...
2014/04/23 06:22
2014/04/23 06:22
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Dr. Lewis Cantley Jr. class of '71, American cell biologist and biochemist, will deliver the key-note address during West Virginia Wesleyan College's commencement ceremony, slated for 10 a.m. May 10...
2014/04/22 16:09
2014/04/22 16:09
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A Modest Proposal makes a passing reference to “the famous Psalmanazar, a native of the island Formosa.” This blond, blue-eyed “savage” claimed people ate children in his homeland. “When any young...
2014/04/22 13:52
2014/04/22 13:52
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Ms Taylor and her son Jake doused the flames with water [CATERS] Kim Taylor, 54, said that flames tore through the rear seat of her vehicle and the windows were left covered in soot. No-one was...
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2014/04/22 10:55
2014/04/22 10:55
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Scientists at the University of Cambridge in the UK have discovered that the nuclei of stem cells have the unusual ability to become thicker when stretched and thinner when compressed. The...
2014/04/22 09:41
2014/04/22 09:41
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Despair as child cyclist is killed on our roads Honour Tomkinson SOMETIMES I feel optimistic about Oxford’s cycling future, but sometimes despair. Last week left me feeling angry and hopeless as I...
2014/04/22 05:56
2014/04/22 05:56
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THE operation of a huge nature reserve and wetland is in limbo, after a leading wildlife charity ‘scaled down’ its involvement with the project in the wake of a land ownership wrangle. The visitor...
2014/04/22 05:28
2014/04/22 05:28
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Get Your Entried In For NZ's First Gaia AwardsTuesday, 22 April 2014, 4:39 pmPress Release: Biological Farmers Inc Get Your Entried In For NZ's First Gaia AwardsOver recent months, the debate on water...
2014/04/21 21:47
2014/04/21 21:47
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We have become accustomed to politicians, environmentalists and alternative energy companies telling us that the science of climate change is "settled." Scientists supposedly know with certainty that...
2014/04/23 15:51
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