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Soul-searching scientists struggle to get message across
PHYS.ORG "We mortals do not understand you." That's the heartfelt cry from former UN climate chief Christiana Figueres, pleading with scientists to use everyday language to help counter growing public mistrust. 13 hours
Facebook steps up fight on state-led propaganda
PHYS.ORG Facebook said Thursday it is stepping up its security to counter efforts by governments and others to spread misinformation or manipulate discussions for political reasons. 2 days
Science and politics collide over Bears Ears and other national monuments
Science Magazine Trump’s executive order affects Obama’s final designation and two dozen other sites 2 days
Syria, slums, and health security
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Twitter could have predicted the outcome of the Brexit vote
PHYS.ORG Leave campaigners were not only victorious in the June 2016 Brexit vote but also in the battle of the twittersphere, a new study in the British Journal of... 2 days
Twitter could have predicted the outcome of the Brexit vote
SCIENCE DAILY Leave campaigners were not only victorious in the June 2016 Brexit vote but also in the battle of the Twittersphere, a new study reports. 2 days
How do students with debt fare in community college?
PHYS.ORG Community college students who borrow up to $1,999 in student loans during their first two years of community college complete 17% fewer academic credits in that same time period than... 2 days
Spain offers to host EU medicines agency after Brexit
ABC NEWS Competition is heating up among European Union countries hoping to reap some of the benefits of Britain's exit from the EU, with Spain joining the list of nations bidding to... 2 days
At a political boot camp for scientists, enthusiasm and anxiety
Science Magazine A group called 314 Action wants more scientists and engineers to become candidates 3 days
Researcher says customized content on political websites hurts democracy
PHYS.ORG Having it your way on political websites and seeing only the content that aligns with your beliefs is not good for democracy, according to Ivan Dylko, an assistant professor in... 3 days
Study reveals dairy as high quality source of protein for kids
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers at the University of Illinois are using pigs as a model to study the best way of evaluating protein quality in foods eaten by children,... 3 days
Nerve Gas Attack: New Treatment Cleared, But More Drugs Are Needed
LIVE SCIENCE After a deadly nerve agent attack in Syria earlier this month, the U.S. government has approved a new type of injector for a drug that treats... 3 days
35 scholars, journalists, authors win Carnegie fellowships
PHYS.ORG This year's Andrew Carnegie fellows will delve into a wide range of issues—including immigration, the refugee crisis, American election processes and global violence against women in politics. 3 days
Study finds political contributions can play an important role in a successful IPO
PHYS.ORG A firm's political donations can have a significant effect on initial public offering (IPO) underpricing, leading to immediate and measurable gains on... 3 days
Cutting EPA budget puts babies at risk – and makes little economic sense
PHYS.ORG President Donald Trump recently ordered an air strike on Syria, fueled in part by moral outrage at images of babies being injured... 3 days
Political left, right similarly motivated to avoid rival views
SCIENCE DAILY People on both sides of the political aisle are similarly motivated to dismiss monetary enticements in order to distance themselves from hearing or reading opposing ideals and information, new research... 4 days
Estimating wealth from outer space
SCIENCE DAILY Cities and villages illuminated at night are common in wealthy regions such as Europe. This is different in developing countries: Satellite data shows that many dark spots are visible next to illuminated regions. Two political scientists evaluated satellite... 4 days
Political left, right similarly motivated to avoid rival views
PHYS.ORG A new report from social psychologists at the University of Illinois at Chicago and the University of Winnipeg suggests people on both sides of the political aisle are similarly motivated... 4 days
Smartphone app lets user 'walk a mile in a refugee's shoes'
PHYS.ORG The United Nations helped launch a smartphone app Tuesday that allows users to "walk a mile in a refugee's shoes" by simulating the daily struggles of... 4 days
UNEP chief confident US will not ditch Paris climate deal
PHYS.ORG The UN's environment chief is confident that the United States will not pull out of the Paris climate deal and expects a decision from Washington next month. 5 days
Citizens can productively change politics by taking the law to court
PHYS.ORG If you think threatening suit is a conversation stopper, think again. Citizen lawsuits can actually promote compromise between lawmakers and influence decisions to pay for public... 5 days
Thousands join March for Science to fight 'alternative facts' (Update 3)
PHYS.ORG Thousands of people joined a global March for Science on Saturday with Washington the epicenter of a movement to fight against what many see as an... 7 days
Thousands join March for Science to fight 'alternative facts' (Update 2)
PHYS.ORG Thousands of people joined a global March for Science on Saturday with Washington the epicenter of a movement to fight back against what many see as... 7 days
Watch Live Sunday! SpaceX's 1st Military Launch Lifts Off @ 7 am ET
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Low-cost drug for severe bleeding could save lives of mothers after childbirth
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Long-term fate of tropical forests may not be as dire as believed, study says
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Watch the world’s smallest cars race along tracks thinner than a human hair
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Video: Why chemists marched for science
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Unlikely pair of plants named after stars of movie 'Twins'
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The science of laughter – and why it also has a dark side
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Engineer develops new reflector for radar measurements
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Video: Sacrifice of ancient horses gives clues to their domestication
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The riskiest vaccine? The one that is not given
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The next Pluto mission—an orbiter and lander?
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NASA Returns First RED Camera From Orbit, Demos First Live 4K Video From Space
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Student's Genes in Space Test Looks at Effects of Microgravity on Chromosomes
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Cyber attacks 10 years on—from disruption to disinformation
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The scales of the ocellated lizard are surprisingly coordinated
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From pedicures to the Peregrine rocket, paraffin wax proves its worth
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Physics of poo—why it takes you and an elephant the same amount of time
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From volcano's slope, NASA instrument looks sky high and to the future
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3-D printing offers new approach to making buildings
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Specialist Training in Perioperative Practice
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Watch this robot construct the world’s biggest botmade building by itself
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Sequencing the station: Investigation aims to identify unknown microbes in space
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Larger schooling fish found to have stronger attraction forces
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Watch Live Now! Search for Life Stars in House Science Committee Hearing
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A new sensor increases smartwatch battery life five times
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