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2014/04/19 23:42
2014/04/19 23:42
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Wildlife and the natural habitat that supports it might be an increasingly scarce commodity in a world where at least three-quarters of the land surface is directly affected by humans and the rest is...
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2014/04/19 23:42
2014/04/19 23:42
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2014/04/17 07:09
2014/04/17 07:09
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One of the best defenses against infectious disease is one of the most simple - hand washing. Still, despite years of global public awareness campaigns, hand washing rates remain low. Caregivers of...
2014/04/16 14:42
2014/04/16 14:42
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Iconic symbols of power and beauty, wild tigers may roam only in stories someday soon. Their historical range has been reduced by more than 90 percent. But conservation plans that focus only on...
2014/04/09 19:42
2014/04/09 19:42
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This co-location approach could prove especially useful in sunny, arid regions such as the southwestern United States where water is scarce, said Sujith Ravi, who is conducting postdoctoral research...
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2014/04/08 19:40
2014/04/08 19:40
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... —Manu Prakash won a contest to develop the 21st-century chemistry set. His version, based on a toy music box, is small, robust, programmable and costs $5. It can inspire young scientists...
2014/03/31 20:39
2014/03/31 20:39
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In the summer of 2009, Stanford Professor Chris Field embarked on a task of urgent global importance. Field had been tapped to assemble hundreds of climate scientists to dig through 12,000 scientific...
2014/03/21 15:35
2014/03/21 15:35
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Biology researcher joins with other scientists to chart intensive fishing’s collateral damage. Seabirds, sea turtles and marine mammals such as dolphins may not appear to have much in common, other...
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2014/04/19 23:42
2014/04/19 23:42
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