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Galaxy dust findings confound view of early Universe

Galaxy dust findings confound view of early Universe

by Piggy since 9 hours in Science via phys.org

What was the Universe like at the beginning of time? How did the Universe come to be the way it is today?—big questions and huge attention paid...

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Morning Call: Snow showers around coasts - Often dry & bright central a

Morning Call: Snow showers around coasts - Often dry & bright central a

by weatheronline since 16 hours in Science via co.uk

Persistent snow for north-east Scotland Good morning, Much of southern England, the Midlands, and inland areas of northern England will have a...

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Yves Chauvin, Chemist Sharing Nobel Prize, Dies at 84

Yves Chauvin, Chemist Sharing Nobel Prize, Dies at 84

by daily insanity since 16 hours in Science via nytimes.com

Mr. Chauvin helped unlock the secret of “green chemistry” to produce less hazardous waste in manufacturing.

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Speck of Interstellar Dust Obscures Glimpse of Big Bang

Speck of Interstellar Dust Obscures Glimpse of Big Bang

by daily insanity since 16 hours in Science via nytimes.com

A team of astronomers, after saying last spring that they had found long-sought evidence for what kicked off the big bang, now concede that more...

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UK Forecast: Very Cold and Windy - Rain, sleet, snow clearing east, Jan 31

UK Forecast: Very Cold and Windy - Rain, sleet, snow clearing east, Jan 31

by weatheronline since 4 hours in Science via co.uk

Sunday A cold and very windy day in those strong northerly winds will produce a wind chill factor of below zero across much of the United...

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Week ahead: Cold & wintry - Snow showers, frosts, Jan 31 - 08:43

Week ahead: Cold & wintry - Snow showers, frosts, Jan 31 - 08:43

by weatheronline since 12 hours in Science via co.uk

Initially Windy Much of this week is going to remain very cold and wintry. Western and eastern areas will be most at risk of heavy snow showers...

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India tests long-range missile from mobile launcher

India tests long-range missile from mobile launcher

by Piggy since 7 hours in Science via phys.org

India on Saturday succeeded for the first time in using a mobile launcher to test-fire a long-range missile capable of delivering a nuclear...

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NIH rushes to spend a $150-million pediatric research windfall

NIH rushes to spend a $150-million pediatric research windfall

by knowledge since 10 hours in Science via sciencemag.org

Agency scrambles to implement two Congressional initiatives

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Google eyes nanoparticle platform as part of health rethink

Google eyes nanoparticle platform as part of health rethink

by Piggy since 8 hours in Science via phys.org

Google likes taking on big problems and that's no secret. Transportation. Communication, and now Health. The Atlantic has posted a video and it is...

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Review: Your Brain

Review: Your Brain

by FlyingHight since 7 hours in Science via scientificamerican.com

Books and recommendations from Scientific American MIND-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Just whose Internet is it? New federal rules may answer that

Just whose Internet is it? New federal rules may answer that

by Piggy since 7 hours in Science via phys.org

Whose Internet is it anyway?

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Eye-Tracking Test Enters into the Running for an Alzheimer’s Screen

Eye-Tracking Test Enters into the Running for an Alzheimer’s Screen

by FlyingHight since 3 hours in Science via scientificamerican.com

The evaluation is one of several prognostic tests undergoing studies-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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What does measles actually do?

What does measles actually do?

by knowledge since 21 hours in Science via sciencemag.org

How does the virus infect us and why is it back?

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When attacked, some scorpions discard their stinger—and their anus

When attacked, some scorpions discard their stinger—and their anus

by knowledge on 30.01.15 in Science via sciencemag.org

Arthropods can survive for up to 8 months, but they can’t poop

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DNA nanoswitches reveal how life's molecules connect

DNA nanoswitches reveal how life's molecules connect

by Piggy on 30.01.15 in Science via phys.org

A complex interplay of molecular components governs almost all aspects of biological sciences - healthy organism development, disease progression,...

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BMW fixes security flaw that exposed 2.2M cars to break-ins

BMW fixes security flaw that exposed 2.2M cars to break-ins

by Piggy on 30.01.15 in Science via phys.org

German automaker BMW says it has fixed a security flaw that made 2.2 million of its vehicles vulnerable to break-ins.

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Dot Earth Blog: A Scientist’s View of ‘Planetary Boundaries’ from the

Dot Earth Blog: A Scientist’s View of ‘Planetary Boundaries’ from the

by daily insanity since 22 hours in Science via nytimes.com

A scientist studying rural communities in India pushes back on the value of scientists measuring planetary limits.

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Meteorite may represent 'bulk background' of Mars' battered crust

Meteorite may represent 'bulk background' of Mars' battered crust

by Piggy on 30.01.15 in Science via phys.org

NWA 7034, a meteorite found a few years ago in the Moroccan desert, is like no other rock ever found on Earth. It's been shown to be a 4.4...

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New method allows for greater variation in band gap tunability

New method allows for greater variation in band gap tunability

by Piggy on 30.01.15 in Science via phys.org

If you can't find the ideal material, then design a new one.

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Deflation Experiments Show Patriots May Have a Point After All

Deflation Experiments Show Patriots May Have a Point After All

by daily insanity on 30.01.15 in Science via nytimes.com

Thomas Healy, a graduate student in mechanical engineering at Carnegie Mellon, has detailed data on how atmospheric conditions might have reduced...

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