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Science Sensationalism And The Lessons Of Insectageddon

Greetings Earthlings: Servers on reboot. The data, which at one time was within this realm, might have been zapped to another dimension. Scanning for new information . . . Hey, buddy, why are all the planets not aligning?

Some hidden links were discovered.

Tourists on safari track leopards and lions just as well as scientists
on 22nd of Jul 2019   Science Magazine

Kasim Rafiq had spent all day in the woodlands of Botswana looking for a one-eared leopard named Pavarotti—with no luck—when his Jeep sank grill-first into .

India’s first lunar lander is on its way to the moon
on 22nd of Jul 2019   Science News

India’s Chandrayaan 2 mission just launched, hoping to become the first Indian spacecraft to land on the moon.

How to tell your adviser you’re pursuing a nonacademic career
on 22nd of Jul 2019   Science Magazine

In this installment of Your Unicorn Career, our columnist offers advice for having “the talk”

DRC health minister resigns over Ebola response
on 22nd of Jul 2019   Science Magazine

The outspoken minister of health of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) resigned today, protesting his president’s takeover of the country’s Ebola .

Boosting a gut bacterium helps mice fight an ALS-like disease
on 22nd of Jul 2019   Science News

Gut bacteria may alter ALS symptoms for good or ill.

Science Means Not Knowing – Scientific American
(Jul 2019) Science Means Not Knowing  Scientific American

What’s the hardest and also the greatest part about being a scientist? Realizing that there is so much we don’t know. As humans, we crave answers. When faced .

This jellyfish makes glowing proteins previously unknown to science
(Jul 2019)   Science Magazine

In 2017, Nathan Shaner and his colleagues found something unusual in the blue-green waters off Heron Island. As the group of scientists snorkeled the reefs .

How Poetry Can Help Communicate Science
(Jul 2019)   Scientific American

At first glance, poetry might seem to have very little to offer science, other than a few choice compliments or cursory remarks. However, it can be an extremely .

It’s Melting: Science on Ice – Scientific American
(Jul 2019) It’s Melting: Science on Ice  Scientific American

Glaciologist Elizabeth Case, of Columbia University Earth Institute’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, takes us out near Juneau to study and live on the .

Increased control over ions’ motions may help improve quantum computers
on 22nd of Jul 2019   Science News

Scientists precisely manipulated the ion’s oscillations and energy levels, a key step toward building better quantum computers.

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Did you see that strange blue light? It was blue and sort of glowing.

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