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Rise in grant applications contributes to financial pressures Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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Goofed up satellites confirm prediction that time runs slower closer to a massive body Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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Cars help spread ragweed seeds far and wide Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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This week’s top Science news Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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Order jolts HIV/AIDS study at agency's Rocky Mountain Lab Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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Common cognitive problems linked to microglia cells in mice and people Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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Four candidates topped the first round of voting. Now is your chance to choose your favorite Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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Artificial intelligence firm takes crown in biannual contest Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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Larvae suck the juices right out of their victims Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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Panel says key United Nations agency is in “crisis” Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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Critics say offshore investing by high-minded foundations shores up a nefarious system Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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On this week’s show: a look into the offshore investment accounts of private research funders, and a new grant to study firearm deaths in children Source: sciencemag.org — ...
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Investigation underway after a gas cylinder blew up at a startup at the Indian Institute of Science Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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Improved monitoring could help regulators track smog-causing emissions Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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High metabolic rates and blubber insulate porpoises from frigid arctic waters Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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REV Ocean ramps up with $500 million from fisheries and oil tycoon Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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Whistleblower could win up to 30% of settlement Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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Compromise puts two landing sites in play for 2020 rover Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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Cell mimics make and pass on proteins that influence their neighbors Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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Three-dimensional scans and thermal imaging give unprecedented insight into cat grooming Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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Insects have created millions of these structures in Brazil, some of them thousands of years old Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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Gamma ray burst from Apep will light up the skies, but probably won’t destroy Earth Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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Experiments on commercial landers could confirm a wetter, more active moon Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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Sequential electrical stimulation allowed researchers to transmit complex patterns Source: sciencemag.org — Read: Original Article ...
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