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Scientific American (blog)How to Avoid Business Disasters with Behavioral ScienceScientific American (blog)Our brains make systematic and predictable errors?what #behavioral scientists call cognitive biases?that lead us to make poor decisions. Fortunately, recent research shows that we can easily improve our ability to make better decisions. As a read more...

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HeraldScotlandScientists #listen out for ET within solar systemHeraldScotlandEither way, the possibility of aliens in our cosmic back yard is no longer being ignored by #scientists. Prompted by the recent discovery of a visiting interstellar asteroid, a team of radio astronomers has for the first time started looking for ...and read more...

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HeraldScotlandScientists #listen out for ET within solar systemHeraldScotlandEither way, the possibility of aliens in our cosmic back yard is no longer being ignored by #scientists. Prompted by the recent discovery of a visiting interstellar asteroid, a team of radio astronomers has for the first time started looking for ...and read more...

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New York Post'Finding Nemo' is a #hermaphroditic #lie, says scienceNew York Post?Finding Nemo? would have ended very differently if it reflected the true lives of clownfish. That's because Nemo's dad would have turned into a female before he returned from his journey across the ocean, scientists have revealed. Research presented ...and read more...

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USA TODAYMarch for Science: Scientists are back ? and #ready to #marchUSA TODAYSupporters of #science around the world will take to the streets on Saturday to send public officials a message that evidence-based policy decisions are important ? and science cannot be ignored. ?We are a non-partisan movement, and we believe that ...and read more...

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St. Louis Public RadioScientists create comprehensive 'gene map' of 33 major #cancersSt. Louis Public RadioBy studying the DNA sequences of cancer cells, scientists say they can better understand what causes tumors to develop and how they spread. The atlas ?allows us to not only look at individual cancer patients and individual cancer types, but also to ...and read more...

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Young Scientists From Around the State Will Compete for Top Honors at the 67th California Science & Engineering FairPR Newswire (#press release)Dr. Spilker is a NASA principal research scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) where she has worked for 38 years. She is currently the Cassini Project Scientist and a Co-Investigator on the Cassini Composite Infrared Spectrometer team. Since ...and read more...

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Young Scientists From Around the State Will Compete for Top Honors at the 67th California Science & Engineering FairPR Newswire (#press release)Dr. Spilker is a NASA principal research scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) where she has worked for 38 years. She is currently the Cassini Project Scientist and a Co-Investigator on the Cassini Composite Infrared Spectrometer team. Since ...and read more...

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Science MagazineThe #core #traits of #career successScience MagazineEarly on in my career as a headhunter, I became interested in the dozens of qualities that make top scientists stand out. Then, a conversation with one of my contacts shifted my thinking. ?Success in the biotech industry, like any pursuit, seems to read more...

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The EcologistScientists get ever closer to #discovering the mystery of 'man #eating lions'The EcologistMore than a century later, #scientists and wildlife experts are continuing to investigate why these lions switched from their traditional prey and began eating people. In 1998, the centenary year of the Tsavo man-eater's reign of terror, scientific read more...

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Space.com3D Map Dices Space-Time to Reveal Thousands of Early GalaxiesSpace.comThis is a #map of the cube of space-time covered in the new survey by David Sobral of Lancaster University and the research team. It shows the "look-back time" to the #galaxies in billions of years. The circles mark the positions of the 4,000 galaxies ...Scientists Make Enormous Map of the Early Universe to See What Our Galaxy Looked Like as a BabyGizmodoall 20 news read more...

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Testing the Waters: Mobile Apps for Crowdsourced Streamflow DataEosCitizen scientists keep a watchful eye on the world's streams, catching intermittent streams in action and filling #data gaps to construct a more complete hydrologic picture. Citizen scientists can use smartphone #apps to collect hydrological information ...and read more...

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VentureBeatGoogle's TensorFlow AI #framework adds Swift and JavaScript ...VentureBeatGoogle today unveiled a slew of updates to its popular TensorFlow machine learning framework to make it useful for a wider variety of developers and give data scientists new ways to get started building AI models.and read more...

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VentureBeatGoogle's TensorFlow AI #framework adds Swift and JavaScript ...VentureBeatGoogle today unveiled a slew of updates to its popular TensorFlow machine learning framework to make it useful for a wider variety of developers and give data scientists new ways to get started building AI models.and read more...

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Scientists step up opposition to EU #funding of #military #researchScience BusinessResearchers opposed to the EU's decision to start funding military research are stepping up their pressure on Brussels with a fresh call for the new defence research programme to be axed. A petition organised jointly by pressure groups in Belgium, the read more...

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UW Scientists Find Excess Mitochondrial Iron, Huntington's Disease LinkSweetwaterNOW.comLARAMIE? Scientists at the University of Wyoming have found that mice engineered to have Huntington's #disease (HD) have an over-accumulation of #iron in their mitochondria. The research identifying a pathway for the neurodegenerative disease also has ...and read more...

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ZME ScienceNow paleontologists know what #colors graced these 200-million-year-old #butterfly wingsPopular ScienceThe blue morpho belongs to a group called lepidoptera that includes butterflies and moths, notable among insects for their widely varied and highly inventive wing #patterns. Their stylings range from dull colors to patterns mimicking eyes, drops of ...Scientists uncover secret color of 200-million-year-old butterfly wingsZME ScienceFossil study sheds light on ancient butterfly wing colorsScience Dailyall 8 news read more...

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ZME ScienceNow paleontologists know what #colors graced these 200-million-year-old #butterfly wingsPopular ScienceThe blue morpho belongs to a group called lepidoptera that includes butterflies and moths, notable among insects for their widely varied and highly inventive wing #patterns. Their stylings range from dull colors to patterns mimicking eyes, drops of ...Scientists uncover secret color of 200-million-year-old butterfly wingsZME ScienceFossil study sheds light on ancient butterfly wing colorsScience Dailyall 8 news read more...

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Roanoke TimesNRV's Aeroprobe #launches new #company with novel 3D printing ...Roanoke TimesCHRISTIANSBURG ? Montgomery County's newest tech startup was launched on Thursday after scientists here have spent more than a decade designing what they say is a bigger and better 3D.and read more...

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The NationalClimate change #risk to 'Finding Nemo' fishThe NationalIt is known that #bleaching, which also affects #coral, takes place because increasingly warmer water kills the algae that dwell in anenomes and coral and provides their vivid colour. Scientists had already proved that the bleaching was directly related read more...

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