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Dozens of scientific and academic groups are raising concerns and urging the State Department to provide additional details about a proposed rule that... [Read More]
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The likelihood that a caterpillar will fall prey to another animal increases substantially the closer the caterpillar is to the equator, as well as at... [Read More]
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The nation's leading scientific organizations vowed to build on the momentum generated by the March for Science by continuing to reach out to the public... [Read More]
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Scientists have recovered the first ancient human DNA from cave sediments lacking human skeletal remains. The highly sensitive screening technique they applied, reported in the... [Read More]
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A Georgetown University undergraduate working to develop the first microbial collection device of its kind was named the winner of the Lab to Launch competition,... [Read More]
The scientific community needs to more effectively speak out about the necessity of evidence-based policies, scientific integrity protections and public access to research to defend... [Read More]
Opportunities to get involved in citizen science are everywhere, including your own backyard, according to speakers at the AAAS teach-in tent that was part of... [Read More]
Thousands of science enthusiasts braved a driving rain on Saturday to participate in the March for Science in Washington, D.C., joining crowds at hundreds of... [Read More]
Communicating the value of science is a vital undertaking that will continue long after the March for Science brings together friends and supporters worldwide, said... [Read More]
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International cooperation on law enforcement and in setting educational and standard practices is the best way to address global cybersecurity challenges, said experts during a... [Read More]
Aaron Kennedy, an assistant atmospheric sciences professor, recently encountered an atmosphere unlike anything he normally finds in his field work on the prevalence of extreme... [Read More]
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The Arctic Ocean is beginning to take on traits and forces commonly found in the Atlantic Ocean, according to a new study in the 7... [Read More]
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