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KGOULandmark Earthquake Lawsuit Settled, Former State Scientist Testifies In AnotherKGOUSandra Ladra was injured by rocks that shook loose from her fireplace during the 5.7-magnitude temblor that struck near the city of Prague in 2011. The quake is one of the strongest ever recorded in Oklahoma and was the first one scientists linked to ...and read more...

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KGOULandmark Earthquake Lawsuit Settled, Former State Scientist Testifies In AnotherKGOUSandra Ladra was injured by rocks that shook loose from her fireplace during the 5.7-magnitude temblor that struck near the city of Prague in 2011. The quake is one of the strongest ever recorded in Oklahoma and was the first one scientists linked to ...and read more...

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New ScientistToo much information? The data-driven #future of healthNew ScientistDNA itself frustrates traditional privacy or property rights: personal and shared, ever-present, but inaccessible without expensive technologies and #the labour and creativity of scientists. The questions of how we responsibly handle our growing read more...

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Feedback: This gadget promises air from your own private treeNew ScientistOnce you are registered, New Scientist will send you our weekly #newsletter, as well as occasional relevant information via email from New Scientist about our content, services, products, events, offers and competitions. Please read our Privacy read more...

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Courier MailUniversity of Queensland scientist Ian Frazer on cusp of breakthrough on #neck #cancer #vaccineCourier MailIAN Frazer may be on the cusp of another big cancer breakthrough with human trials about to start on a vaccine treatment for head and neck cancer. The vaccine is designed to harness the immune system to treat head and neck cancer associated with the ...and read more...

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Public Scientist: Understanding power and #sexual #harassmentUT Daily BeaconIn one hopeful case, the American Geophysical Union after remarks made at a meeting by a young female #scientist regarding harassment by a male colleague sprang into action and this year even made sexual harassment a form of scientific misconduct.and read more...

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WUNC'Impossible To Save': Scientists Are Watching China's Glaciers DisappearWUNCAt the end of every summer, scientist Li Zhongqin takes his seasonal hike near the top of a glacier in the Tianshan mountains in China's far northwestern region of Xinjiang. Li scrambles over a frozen ridge and heads toward a lone red pole wedged in read more...

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WUNC'Impossible To Save': Scientists Are Watching China's Glaciers DisappearWUNCAt the end of every summer, scientist Li Zhongqin takes his seasonal hike near the top of a glacier in the Tianshan mountains in China's far northwestern region of Xinjiang. Li scrambles over a frozen ridge and heads toward a lone red pole wedged in read more...

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ABC15 Arizona11-year-old #named #top #young scientist for developing device that detects lead levels in waterABC15 ArizonaPrevious Next. An 11-year-old from Colorado has been named the country's top young scientist after developing a system that can quickly detect the presence of lead in drinking water. Gitanjali Rao, a sixth grader from Lone Tree, Colorado, was named ...and read more...

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WSYM-TVMSU #scientist #leads NOAA-funded effort to better predict droughtsWSYM-TVA Michigan State University scientist is leading a competitively funded NOAA research project to create a better system for predicting droughts, a type of climate extreme that causes billions of dollars in direct losses to the U.S. economy every read more...

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