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Blog: The end of DACA would be a blow to science. America could lose not just the “Dreamers” but also their vital research. (By )
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Senator speaking to about various hazards. On climate change: “You don’t need me to say it, but I’ll say it, Alaska is at the front lines.”
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Finding alien life may require giant telescopes built in orbit (By )
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China has successfully launched its Chang’e 4 spacecraft toward the moon, a daring mission to land on the lunar farside for the first time in history.
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Little aphids ride big ones to safety. 🎧 by Photo by Stav Talal
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Immune signals sent from the gut can compromise the brain’s blood vessels, leading to deteriorated brain heath and cognitive impairment, new research shows.
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Blog: New research adds to the skepticism surrounding the adoption of learning styles in education (By )
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Climate change isn’t just exacerbating extreme weather. Some events wouldn’t happen without it, according to a major scientific report released yesterday.
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The Trump administration today is proposing to severely restrict the number of wetlands and waterways covered by the Clean Water Act.
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NIH plans to spend up to $20 million on search for alternatives to fetal tissue for research
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Scientific American Dec 11
Opinion: Both scientists and journalists are facing a concerted wave of allegations around “bias” and “fake news.” They should join forces to defend their shared values of inquiry and truth. (By , and )
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Chanda Prescod-Weinstein 🙅🏽‍♀️ 🇧🇧🌈 Dec 7
Replying to @sciam
I wrote about the allegations against Neil deGrasse Tyson for . "Tchiya Amet is a Black woman who will never join me on the list of African-American Women with PhDs in Physics. She deserved better. Our whole community did."
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Scientific American Dec 11
Prehistoric viruses and brain function: the exceedingly strange story of learning, memory and the “Arc” gene
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Scientific American Dec 11
As winters warm, blood-sucking ticks drain moose dry. Researchers across New England and Canada scramble to protect the iconic species from growing parasite populations.
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Scientific American Dec 10
The Trump administration is shrinking Utah's desert monuments, stripping some federal protections for bees 🎧
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Scientific American Dec 10
Blog: Why are some things conscious and others apparently not? The hippies were right—it's all about vibrations, man!
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Scientific American Dec 10
Watch Scientific American's Chief Features Editor on to discuss our annual special report, produced in partnership with , on the Top 10 Emerging Technologies of 2018:
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Scientific American Dec 10
On this day 70 years ago, the United Nations General Assembly voted to approve the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
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Scientific American Dec 10
Prions, nearly indestructible and universally lethal, seed the eyes of victims (By )
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Scientific American Dec 10
A universal vaccine that provides lifelong protection against all strains of the virus could be available within five years [Sponsored by ]
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