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Cities and monuments switch off for Earth Hour
PHYS.ORG The Empire State Building and United Nations headquarters in New York joined other iconic buildings and monuments around the world plunging into darkness for sixty minutes on Saturday to mark Earth Hour... 20 hours
Now what? Options for consumers as health law drama fades
ABC NEWS As the political drama over health care legislation in Washington fades, the rest of the country faces a more immediate concern: Getting insurance for next year 1 day
Now what? Options for next year as health law drama fades
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Stephen Hawking appears as hologram in Hong Kong
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Lamar Smith, unbound, lays out political strategy at climate doubters’ conference
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[Policy Forum] A roadmap for rapid decarbonization
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[Book Review] Rain check
Science Magazine Make It Rain, Kristine Harper's detailed history of weather control in the United States, includes colorful details of cloud-seeding experiments, but the book is not so much about attempts to control the weather as it is about the political battles... 3 days
[Editorial] UK science, post-Brexit
Science Magazine Nine months since the British vote to exit the European Union (“Brexit”), the UK science community's initial dismay has given way to hard-boiled determination to limit the damage it will do to universities and research. On 29 March, Prime Minister... 3 days
Threat to Birth Control Access Should Transcend Politics (Op-Ed)
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UN aims to immunize more than 115 million kids against polio
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Study finds refugee entrepreneurship has significant economic benefit
PHYS.ORG Refugee entrepreneurs have the potential to make a significant economic contribution, with a new study of a pilot start-ups program showing their ability to generate jobs, tax revenue and a significant reduction... 4 days
In war-scarred Gaza, water pollution behind health woes
PHYS.ORG More and more Gazans are falling ill from their drinking water, highlighting the humanitarian issues facing the Palestinian enclave that the UN says could become uninhabitable by 2020. 4 days
Threat to Birth Control Access Should Transcend Politics
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Surveiling the consumer for loyalty and profit
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New machine learning technique provides translational results
PHYS.ORG A team of scientists at Berkeley Lab has developed an unsupervised multi-scale machine learning technique that can automatically and specifically capture biomedical events or concepts directly from raw data. In many data-driven biomedical studies,... 5 days
Wastewater key to solving global water crisis: UN
PHYS.ORG Recycling the world's wastewater, almost all of which goes untreated, would ease global water shortages while protecting the environment, the United Nations said in a major report on Wednesday. 5 days
Q&A: A look at the electronics ban on some flights
PHYS.ORG The U.S. and Britain, citing concerns about terrorist attacks, are not allowing passengers on some flights from mostly Middle Eastern and North African countries to bring laptops, tablets... 5 days
No new threat led to airline laptop limits, officials say
PHYS.ORG U.S. and British officials said Tuesday the decision to bar laptops and tablets from the cabins of some international flights wasn't based on any specific threat but on... 5 days
Water filter from wood offers portable, eco-friendly purification in emergencies
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Trump warns GOP of political costs of rejecting health bill
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How can a legally binding agreement on human cloning be established?
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AP Interview: McConnell warns Republicans on health bill
ABC NEWS AP Interview: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is warning Republicans of political consequences if they oppose health care legislation facing a vote in the House 6 days
Interculturalism—how diverse societies can do better than passive tolerance
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Political polarization? Don't blame the web, study says
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In Photos: A Mummy Hand and Other Artifacts Smuggled Into the US
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Brexit impact on science and medicine
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2017 already marked by climate extremes: UN
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Chicago-based group brings smiles to deaf Syrian children
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water filter from wood offers portable eco friendly purification in emergencies Water filter from wood offers portable, eco-friendly purification in emergencies
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