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Stop the science training that demands 'don't ask' - Nature.com
Stop the science training that demands 'don't ask'  Nature.com

Can Kids Learn Science When Answers Are At Their Smartphone Fingertips? - Forbes
Can Kids Learn Science When Answers Are At Their Smartphone Fingertips?  Forbes

Science Was Her Lifeline. Now She Helps Other Girls Discover It. - The New York Times
Science Was Her Lifeline. Now She Helps Other Girls Discover It.  The New York Times

Is There Actually Science Behind 'Dopamine Fasting'? - Livescience.com
Is There Actually Science Behind 'Dopamine Fasting'?  Livescience.com

Jeffrey Epstein and the Decadence of Science - Scientific American
Jeffrey Epstein and the Decadence of Science  Scientific American

The science institutions hiring integrity inspectors to vet their papers - Nature.com
The science institutions hiring integrity inspectors to vet their papers  Nature.com

In science, it’s better to be curious than correct - The Conversation CA
In science, it’s better to be curious than correct  The Conversation CA

Lead becomes stronger than steel under extreme pressures - Science News
Lead becomes stronger than steel under extreme pressures  Science News

EPA to Limit Science Used for Public Health Regulations | The Takeaway - WNYC Studios
EPA to Limit Science Used for Public Health Regulations | The Takeaway  WNYC Studios

The attack on science for political expediency - The Recorder
The attack on science for political expediency  The Recorder

Levitating Drugs, Star Wars Tech and a Simulated Universe: Science GIFs to Start Your Week - Scientific American
Levitating Drugs, Star Wars Tech and a Simulated Universe: Science GIFs to Start Your Week  Scientific American

Humpback whales in the South Atlantic have recovered from near-extinction - Science News
Humpback whales in the South Atlantic have recovered from near-extinction  Science News

Here's a better way to convert dog years to human years, scientists say - Science Magazine
Here's a better way to convert dog years to human years, scientists say  Science Magazine

What one member of Trump's new science advisory council wants it to tackle - Science Magazine
What one member of Trump's new science advisory council wants it to tackle  Science Magazine

Top stories: A love-science symbiosis, vitamin-fortified foods, and earthquake-scouting drones - Science Magazine
Top stories: A love-science symbiosis, vitamin-fortified foods, and earthquake-scouting drones  Science Magazine

Scientists develop slippery toilet coating to stop poo sticking - The Guardian
Scientists develop slippery toilet coating to stop poo sticking  The Guardian

Scientists find evidence of missing neutron star: Astronomers uncover the relic at the heart of Supernova 1987A that has been hidden for over 30 years - Science Daily
Scientists find evidence of missing neutron star: Astronomers uncover the relic at the heart of Supernova 1987A that has been hidden for over 30 years  Science Daily

Science has identified common threads in school shootings - San Francisco Chronicle
Science has identified common threads in school shootings  San Francisco Chronicle

Our land is burning, and western science does not have all the answers - The Conversation AU
Our land is burning, and western science does not have all the answers  The Conversation AU

Mysterious oxygen spike seen on Mars puzzles scientists - National Geographic
Mysterious oxygen spike seen on Mars puzzles scientists  National Geographic

Scientists use modern technology to understand how ochre paint was created in pictographs: Ochre, one of Earth's oldest naturally occurring materials, was often seen as a vivid red paint - Science Daily
Scientists use modern technology to understand how ochre paint was created in pictographs: Ochre, one of Earth's oldest naturally occurring materials, was often seen as a vivid red paint  Science Daily

Scientists engineer 'Venus flytrap' bio-sensors to snare pollutants - Science Daily
Scientists engineer 'Venus flytrap' bio-sensors to snare pollutants  Science Daily

NASA Just Confirmed There Are Water Plumes Above The Surface of Jupiter's Moon Europa - ScienceAlert
NASA Just Confirmed There Are Water Plumes Above The Surface of Jupiter's Moon Europa  ScienceAlert

CRISPR's unwanted anniversary - Science Magazine
CRISPR's unwanted anniversary  Science Magazine

'Secret science' plan is back, and critics say it's worse - Science Magazine
'Secret science' plan is back, and critics say it's worse  Science Magazine

Widely tunable compact terahertz gas lasers - Science Magazine
Widely tunable compact terahertz gas lasers  Science Magazine

Generation of solar spicules and subsequent atmospheric heating - Science Magazine
Generation of solar spicules and subsequent atmospheric heating  Science Magazine

EPA's 'secret science' plan is back, and critics say it's worse - Science Magazine
EPA's 'secret science' plan is back, and critics say it's worse  Science Magazine

What Science Tells Us About Preventing Dementia - The Wall Street Journal
What Science Tells Us About Preventing Dementia  The Wall Street Journal

What Makes Science Trustworthy - Boston Review
What Makes Science Trustworthy  Boston Review

U.S. Fails to Counter Chinese Efforts to Recruit Scientists, Acquire Research, Senate Report Says - The Wall Street Journal
U.S. Fails to Counter Chinese Efforts to Recruit Scientists, Acquire Research, Senate Report Says  The Wall Street Journal

Ph.D.–turned–policy insider takes over world's largest science society - Science Magazine
Ph.D.–turned–policy insider takes over world's largest science society  Science Magazine

Science With Sabrina: Winter Roads - KFSM 5Newsonline
Science With Sabrina: Winter Roads  KFSM 5Newsonline

The difference between an expert's brain and a novice's - Science Daily
The difference between an expert's brain and a novice's  Science Daily

Cambridge science parks attract record funding for ‘spinouts’ - Financial Times
Cambridge science parks attract record funding for ‘spinouts’  Financial Times

Drones reveal earthquake hazards hidden in the abyss - Science Magazine
Drones reveal earthquake hazards hidden in the abyss  Science Magazine

Caribou migrate farther than any other known land animal - Science News
Caribou migrate farther than any other known land animal  Science News

Activation of the ISR mediates the behavioral and neurophysiological abnormalities in Down syndrome - Science Magazine
Activation of the ISR mediates the behavioral and neurophysiological abnormalities in Down syndrome  Science Magazine

The EPA's Anti-Science ‘Transparency’ Rule Has a Long History - WIRED
The EPA's Anti-Science ‘Transparency’ Rule Has a Long History  WIRED

Silver-backed chevrotains have been ‘rediscovered’ by science after 29 years - Science News
Silver-backed chevrotains have been ‘rediscovered’ by science after 29 years  Science News

The Challenges Scientists Face While Working In The Arctic Ocean - NPR
The Challenges Scientists Face While Working In The Arctic Ocean  NPR

These Scientists May Have Found a Cure for 'Bubble Boy' Disease - Smithsonian.com
These Scientists May Have Found a Cure for 'Bubble Boy' Disease  Smithsonian.com

Can you solve it? The two child problem - The Guardian
Can you solve it? The two child problem  The Guardian

Are We Really in a 6th Mass Extinction? Here's The Science - ScienceAlert
Are We Really in a 6th Mass Extinction? Here's The Science  ScienceAlert

Watch the Arctic's sea ice slowly disappear - Science Magazine
Watch the Arctic's sea ice slowly disappear  Science Magazine

Professor Luke O'Neill on how to get your children interested in science (plus: two experiments to try at home) - TheJournal.ie
Professor Luke O'Neill on how to get your children interested in science (plus: two experiments to try at home)  TheJournal.ie

Dr Karl Kruszelnicki says he's 'not particularly smart' despite winning UNESCO prize - ABC News
Dr Karl Kruszelnicki says he's 'not particularly smart' despite winning UNESCO prize  ABC News

Quality control in cell biology - Science Magazine
Quality control in cell biology  Science Magazine

Is Exact Sciences Stock a Buy? - Motley Fool
Is Exact Sciences Stock a Buy?  Motley Fool

Queensland Farmers' Federation boss's denial of science sparks call to suspend reef grants - The Guardian
Queensland Farmers' Federation boss's denial of science sparks call to suspend reef grants  The Guardian

Experts unlock key to photosynthesis, a find that could help us meet food security demands - Science Daily
Experts unlock key to photosynthesis, a find that could help us meet food security demands  Science Daily

This Week in Science - Science Magazine
This Week in Science  Science Magazine

Can You Really Make 'Meat' Out of Air? - Livescience.com
Can You Really Make 'Meat' Out of Air?  Livescience.com

Why scientists should take more coffee breaks - Science Magazine
Why scientists should take more coffee breaks  Science Magazine

The Church, intensive kinship, and global psychological variation - Science Magazine
The Church, intensive kinship, and global psychological variation  Science Magazine

Highly ductile amorphous oxide at room temperature and high strain rate - Science Magazine
Highly ductile amorphous oxide at room temperature and high strain rate  Science Magazine

Ancient Humanoid-Shaped Nazca Line Discovered in Peruvian Desert - Livescience.com
Ancient Humanoid-Shaped Nazca Line Discovered in Peruvian Desert  Livescience.com

Congolese toads may avoid predators by copycatting deadly vipers - Science News for Students
Congolese toads may avoid predators by copycatting deadly vipers  Science News for Students

Kinship-based social inequality in Bronze Age Europe - Science Magazine
Kinship-based social inequality in Bronze Age Europe  Science Magazine

The Science Is Extremely Clear: You Need to Prioritize Sleep - WIRED
The Science Is Extremely Clear: You Need to Prioritize Sleep  WIRED

Dude. Honey bees 'surf' on waves they make themselves - Science Magazine
Dude. Honey bees 'surf' on waves they make themselves  Science Magazine

Poster presentations are a great way to showcase your science - Science Magazine
Poster presentations are a great way to showcase your science  Science Magazine

Health sciences, dance-focused charter schools proposed for Philadelphia - The Philadelphia Inquirer
Health sciences, dance-focused charter schools proposed for Philadelphia  The Philadelphia Inquirer

Plantwatch: weather triggers magical season for exotic fungi - The Guardian
Plantwatch: weather triggers magical season for exotic fungi  The Guardian

Reality is subjective to the observer - scientists make stunning claim in quantum study - Express.co.uk
Reality is subjective to the observer - scientists make stunning claim in quantum study  Express.co.uk

Super Awesome Science Show: Zero-emission vehicles - Global News
Super Awesome Science Show: Zero-emission vehicles  Global News

List of most highly cited researchers features 18 UCSC scientists and engineers - UC Santa Cruz
List of most highly cited researchers features 18 UCSC scientists and engineers  UC Santa Cruz

SCIENCE EXPOSED: Giuseppe Di Labbio wins a jury prize in the NSERC photo contest - Concordia University News
SCIENCE EXPOSED: Giuseppe Di Labbio wins a jury prize in the NSERC photo contest  Concordia University News

Scientists show how perovskite solar cells can capture more electricity - Science Daily
Scientists show how perovskite solar cells can capture more electricity  Science Daily

Mars Scientists Investigate Ancient Life in Australia - NASA Mars Exploration
Mars Scientists Investigate Ancient Life in Australia  NASA Mars Exploration

Prince Andrew claims he 'didn't sweat' – here's the science - The Conversation UK
Prince Andrew claims he 'didn't sweat' – here's the science  The Conversation UK

What's The Real Human Equivalent of Your Dog's Age? Here's a New Formula - ScienceAlert
What's The Real Human Equivalent of Your Dog's Age? Here's a New Formula  ScienceAlert

A will to survive might take AI to the next level - Science News
A will to survive might take AI to the next level  Science News

Scientists Around the World Declare 'Climate Emergency' - Smithsonian
Scientists Around the World Declare 'Climate Emergency'  Smithsonian

Heather Ashton obituary - The Guardian
Heather Ashton obituary  The Guardian

Some people with half a brain have extra strong neural connections - Science News
Some people with half a brain have extra strong neural connections  Science News

Naomi Oreskes: ‘Discrediting science is a political strategy’ - The Guardian
Naomi Oreskes: ‘Discrediting science is a political strategy’  The Guardian

Why Myovant Sciences Stock Is Up Triple Digits Today - Motley Fool
Why Myovant Sciences Stock Is Up Triple Digits Today  Motley Fool

Scientists Find a Spot Where No Life Can Survive. That's Bad News for Alien Hunters. - Livescience.com
Scientists Find a Spot Where No Life Can Survive. That's Bad News for Alien Hunters.  Livescience.com

A noninteracting low-mass black hole–giant star binary system - Science Magazine
A noninteracting low-mass black hole–giant star binary system  Science Magazine

Measles virus infection diminishes preexisting antibodies that offer protection from other pathogens - Science Magazine
Measles virus infection diminishes preexisting antibodies that offer protection from other pathogens  Science Magazine

Colombian woman's genes offer new clues to staving off Alzheimer's - Science Magazine
Colombian woman's genes offer new clues to staving off Alzheimer's  Science Magazine

NASA Has Detected Weird Orbital Movement From Two of Neptune's Moons - ScienceAlert
NASA Has Detected Weird Orbital Movement From Two of Neptune's Moons  ScienceAlert

Science Isn’t Always Perfect—But We Should Still Trust It - TIME
Science Isn’t Always Perfect—But We Should Still Trust It  TIME

Ancient Rome: A genetic crossroads of Europe and the Mediterranean - Science Magazine
Ancient Rome: A genetic crossroads of Europe and the Mediterranean  Science Magazine

Science chief at NIH drug abuse institute resigned after sexual misconduct probe - Science Magazine
Science chief at NIH drug abuse institute resigned after sexual misconduct probe  Science Magazine

American Ventures CEO Reveals Science Behind Multifamily & Commercial Real Estate - Forbes
American Ventures CEO Reveals Science Behind Multifamily & Commercial Real Estate  Forbes

Coupled electrophysiological, hemodynamic, and cerebrospinal fluid oscillations in human sleep - Science Magazine
Coupled electrophysiological, hemodynamic, and cerebrospinal fluid oscillations in human sleep  Science Magazine

How life blossomed after the dinosaurs died - Science Magazine
How life blossomed after the dinosaurs died  Science Magazine

Targeting Gut Microbes May Help Stroke Recovery - Scientific American
Targeting Gut Microbes May Help Stroke Recovery  Scientific American

Gift of science spread to low-income Okanagan families - Lake Country Calendar
Gift of science spread to low-income Okanagan families  Lake Country Calendar

Experts question study claiming to pinpoint birthplace of all humans - Science Magazine
Experts question study claiming to pinpoint birthplace of all humans  Science Magazine

2 Infants Were Buried Wearing Helmets Made from Kids' Skulls. And Archaeologists Are Puzzled. - Livescience.com
2 Infants Were Buried Wearing Helmets Made from Kids' Skulls. And Archaeologists Are Puzzled.  Livescience.com

Why scientists need to be better at data visualization - Knowable Magazine
Why scientists need to be better at data visualization  Knowable Magazine

Oregon Legislators Urged to Take Climate Action by OSU Scientists, Youth - Union of Concerned Scientists
Oregon Legislators Urged to Take Climate Action by OSU Scientists, Youth  Union of Concerned Scientists

Dissecting racial bias in an algorithm used to manage the health of populations - Science Magazine
Dissecting racial bias in an algorithm used to manage the health of populations  Science Magazine

Alien genes from bacteria helped plants conquer the land - Science Magazine
Alien genes from bacteria helped plants conquer the land  Science Magazine

Global distribution of earthworm diversity - Science Magazine
Global distribution of earthworm diversity  Science Magazine

We're Incentivizing Bad Science - Scientific American
We're Incentivizing Bad Science  Scientific American

Full intestines, more than full stomachs, may tell mice to stop eating - Science News
Full intestines, more than full stomachs, may tell mice to stop eating  Science News