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Scott Pruitt's Crusade Against “Secret Science” Could Be Disastrous for Public Health - The New Yorker

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Scott Pruitt's Crusade Against “Secret Science” Could Be Disastrous for Public Health
The New Yorker
A few moments later, he signed a controversial rule proposal titled “Strengthening Transparency in Regulatory Science.” The document stipulates that when E.P.A. employees develop new policies on, say, toxic chemicals or fine-particle pollution (also ...
If Scott Pruitt Leaves, Will EPA Science Change Course?WIRED
Time to end 'secret science' at EPAThe Hill
What Scientists Are Saying About the EPA's 'Secret Science' RulePacific Standard
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Famed cancer biologist allegedly sexually harassed women for ... - Science Magazine

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Famed cancer biologist allegedly sexually harassed women for ...
Science Magazine
Inder Verma, the prominent geneticist and cancer scientist who has made his mark on U.S. research for decades, has sexually harassed women for just as long, according to allegations from eight women. Verma, 70, led key studies of genes and cancer ...

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Swiss Scientists Perform Massive Test of 80-Year-Old, 'Spooky' Quantum Paradox - Live Science

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Swiss Scientists Perform Massive Test of 80-Year-Old, 'Spooky' Quantum Paradox
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A team of Swiss scientists has performed a massive test of one of the strangest paradoxes in quantum mechanics, a huge example of the sort of behavior Albert Einstein skeptically called "spooky action at a distance." The story begins more than 80 years ...
Split atom clouds get entangled in quantum testsScience News (blog)
Split, but still attachedScience Magazine

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Watch Scientists Blast a Fake Asteroid into a Fake Earth - Live Science

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Watch Scientists Blast a Fake Asteroid into a Fake Earth
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When an asteroid smashes into Earth at 11,000 mph (18,000 km/h), how much of that asteroid's constituent water gets left behind in the debris, and how much boils away in the intense heat of the collision? Scientists at Brown University wanted to find ...
Scientists literally brought out the big gun to study the origins of waterPopular Science
Projectile cannon experiments show how asteroids can deliver water | News from BrownNews from Brown - Brown University
Projectile cannon experiments show how asteroids can deliver waterPhys.Org
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Anthropologists in Peru have unearthed the largest known child sacrifice - Science News (blog)

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Anthropologists in Peru have unearthed the largest known child sacrifice
Science News (blog)
A hellishly unprecedented scene — what anthropologists suspect is the largest known child sacrifice — has been unearthed on a bluff overlooking Peru's northern shoreline. Around 550 years ago, members of the Chimú empire ritually killed and buried at ...

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This Week in Science - Science Magazine

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This Week in Science
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For thousands of years, people in northern China grew wheat, whereas people in southern China farmed rice. The latter required shared labor and coordinated irrigation. Rice cultivation thus fostered an interdependent culture distinct from the more ...

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Hey, Congress: Scientists Are Coming for Your Seats - Live Science

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Hey, Congress: Scientists Are Coming for Your Seats
Live Science
From commanding eight nuclear reactors to building a telecom infrastructure in Central America, the experiences of U.S. political candidates have gotten more interesting of late. A wave of political hopefuls with science-y backgrounds may soon bring ...


Advancing the ethics of paleogenomics - Science Magazine

Science Magazine

Advancing the ethics of paleogenomics
Science Magazine
As Indigenous scientists and bioethicists, and allied non-Indigenous scientists, we offer needed Indigenous perspectives on ethical best practices in paleogenomic research involving the remains of our ancestors (where “ancestors” refers to all pre ...

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Want to build a dragon? Science is here for you | Science News - Science News (blog)

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Want to build a dragon? Science is here for you | Science News
Science News (blog)
No fantasy world is complete without a fire-breathing dragon. SpaceX founder Elon Musk even wants to make a cyborg version a reality, or so he tweeted April 25. But if someone was going to make a dragon happen, how would it get its flame? Nature, it ...

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Field-deployable viral diagnostics using CRISPR-Cas13 - Science Magazine

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Field-deployable viral diagnostics using CRISPR-Cas13
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... added a sample preparation protocol to create a field-deployable viral diagnostic platform for rapid detection of specific strains of pathogens in clinical samples. Cas12a (also known as Cpf1), a type V CRISPR protein, cleaves double-stranded DNA ...

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