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Paper about how microplastics harm fish should be retracted, report says - Science Magazine

Science Magazine

Paper about how microplastics harm fish should be retracted, report says
Science Magazine
It took more then 10 months, but today the scientists who blew the whistle on a paper in Science about the dangers of microplastics for fish have been vindicated. An expert group at Sweden's Central Ethical Review Board (CEPN) has concluded that the ...


EPA website removes climate science site from public view after two decades - Washington Post

Washington Post

EPA website removes climate science site from public view after two decades
Washington Post
The site has long served an informational role and sought to provide a comprehensive review of basic climate science, the effects of climate change, and how it is affecting the United States. In addition it contained information about the agency's ...

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More than 1500 people told us where and why they marched for science - Science Magazine

Science Magazine

More than 1500 people told us where and why they marched for science
Science Magazine
Nearly a third of attendees at the March for Science last weekend were at their first political or issue protest, one-fifth work outside of the sciences, and most say, whether you believe them or not, that U.S. President Donald Trump was not their ...


DOE freezes millions in high-tech energy grants and gags staff - Science Magazine

Science Magazine

DOE freezes millions in high-tech energy grants and gags staff
Science Magazine
Representative Eddie Bernice Johnson (D–TX), the top Democrat on the science committee of the U.S. House of Representatives, is concerned that the apparent contracting freeze might violate federal laws requiring agencies to spend appropriations from ...


Stray Wi-Fi signals could let spies see inside closed rooms - Science Magazine

Science Magazine

Stray Wi-Fi signals could let spies see inside closed rooms
Science Magazine
Your wireless router may be giving you away in manner you never dreamed of. For the first time, physicists have used radio waves from a Wi-Fi transmitter to encode a 3D image of a real object in a hologram similar to the image of Princess Leia ...


Trump's proposed science cuts are turning corporate executives into activists - Washington Post

Washington Post

Trump's proposed science cuts are turning corporate executives into activists
Washington Post
As soon as he heard about the March for Science, James Casey Lippmeier knew he wanted to participate. But he was uneasy about how his employer — and others — might react. He needn't have worried. It turned out DSM, the global life and materials ...


Is Time Travel Possible, According To Science? - Forbes

Forbes

Is Time Travel Possible, According To Science?
Forbes
This might seem like out-and-out science fiction, but not all of it belongs to the “fiction” category: traveling through time is the one thing in science that you can't help yourself from doing no matter what you do! The question is how much you can ...


March for Science was important, silly signs aside - Houston Chronicle

Houston Chronicle

March for Science was important, silly signs aside
Houston Chronicle
From the germ theory of disease to the quantum physics that created semiconductors, the process of careful experimentation and practical mathematical theory that we now call "science" has been the most powerful tool humanity has ever discovered. It has ...


Grading Trump's First 100 Days in Office: A Science Report Card - Live Science

Live Science

Grading Trump's First 100 Days in Office: A Science Report Card
Live Science
"And the proposed White House budget, if accepted by Congress, would disproportionately slash funding for key federal Earth science research programs," Kharecha said. Trump also signed an executive order that would roll back the Clean Power Plan, ...
Science in Turbulent TimesScientific American (blog)
Thousands March for Science around the countryGreen Left Weekly
Bill Nye the Science Guy on Trump: 'We are in a dangerous place'The Guardian
Newsy -Committee on Science, Space, and Technology
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What Trump's first 100 days have meant for tech, science, and the future - The Verge

The Verge

What Trump's first 100 days have meant for tech, science, and the future
The Verge
We won't delve into every executive order and diplomatic shift, but the beginning of the Trump administration has had a profound impact on technology, science, and the future course of the planet. Media, politics, and so much else seems to have entered ...

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