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The Core of the problem: Analysis of coral cores, extracted from coral reefs in the Pacific Ocean, has allowed scientists to create a 400-year record of El Nino events. Jul 1, 2019 516
Over 1,000 Scientists Openly Dissent From Evolution Theory. Apr 8, 2019 308
Space debris by ASAT will burn out in six months: ISRO scientist after NASA's rebuke. Apr 3, 2019 401
Breathing through the nose aids memory storage. Nov 15, 2018 531
DESTINATION: Venus? Our toxic twin might be a scientific treasure-trove, but infrequent visits are hindering studies, causing many planetary scientists to grow frustrated. Hall, Shannon Sep 1, 2018 4674
International Scientific Conference Deems EVOLUTION A HOAX: An international conference in Turkey sought to show that the theory of evolution was a sham and that the best evidence makes clear that everything was created by a Creator. Newman, Alex Jun 18, 2018 4438
TO KILL A GLACIER: Air pollution particles are now known to exacerbate glacier melt. Attempting to obtain the highest sample ever collected for analysis in the Chilean Andes, Matt Maynard scaled the 6,108m Marmolejo stratovolcano on the border between Argentina and Chile, and filled his rucksack with snow. Mar 1, 2018 2051
Should We Bring Back Extinct Species? Novak, Ben J.; Bennett, Joseph Dec 11, 2017 2294
Scientists are very worried about the melting and darkening of Greenland's ice sheet, the largest mass of ice in the Northern Hemisphere (up to two miles thick). Gajewski, Karen Ann Brief article Sep 1, 2017 135
Before leaving the topic of "defensiveness" for good ... originally posted on April 21, 2017. Jul 1, 2017 654
Regina LaRocque. Brief article Mar 22, 2017 201
Who would you believe? Jan 1, 2017 617
Experimenting in the Laboratory of the A-lmighty: Astronomy and the Observant Jewish Scientist. Friedman, Yaakov Jan 1, 2017 1918
What's ahead in 2017. Quill, Elizabeth Dec 24, 2016 1833
The SN 10: scientists to watch: meet the minds making the next big discoveries. Quill, Elizabeth Oct 1, 2016 8111
Chasing a sea dream: there's a lot more to marine science than dolphins and fishes. Brief article Jun 1, 2016 203
Locating a career: this spatial scientist doesn't wait for thing to come his way: he uses all the tools he can to seek them out. Brief article Jun 1, 2016 202
20 Somethings to watch: meet 20 inspirational young Aussie scientists and engineers already making their mark on the world ... and some are barely out of high school. Jun 1, 2016 1718
Sex-crazed Iranian-American making waves around world. Feb 12, 2016 854
Is Mona Lisa's Smile Hiding Something? Dec 8, 2015 509
Being a soil scientist. Bryce, Alisa Dec 1, 2015 1614
Khan praises deal. Brief article Jul 31, 2015 119
Scientists are citizens, too. Lawler, Joshua J. Essay Jun 19, 2015 747
Billionaire inventor answers question: "what is life?". Brief article May 1, 2015 227
Scientists debunk climate models. Apr 20, 2015 772
Faith and science through a Latin American lens: siblings hope environmental book series contributes to a better future. Salgado, Soli Apr 10, 2015 1210
Atom-powered heart forecast by researcher. Brief article Apr 4, 2015 169
The trash man. Rosen, Julia Jan 24, 2015 482
Domestic dogs solution to mystery mammoth finds. Brief article Jul 1, 2014 190
Pakistan needs indigenous technologies. Brief article Apr 13, 2014 112
Why design matters for domestic robots: cultural differences around the world should be factored into the design of commercial robots. Faggella, Daniel Column Mar 1, 2014 685
Quo Vadis? Dec 1, 2013 621
Tiny habits: behavior scientist BJ Fogg explains a painless strategy to personal growth. Chang, Jennifer Oct 26, 2013 1984
Best scientists to be rewarded for outstanding output. Brief article Jun 23, 2013 235
Quo Vadis? List Jun 1, 2013 978
Scientists set past climate record straight. Dec 1, 2012 380
Spider man fell for jumpers. Raloff, Janet Oct 20, 2012 339
Water Fuel "Bomb": Insights and interrogations. Column Oct 7, 2012 627
The facts behind the frack: scientists weigh in on the hydraulic fracturing debate. Ehrenberg, Rachel Sep 8, 2012 3184
Back story: trip advisor. Drake, Nadia Brief article Aug 25, 2012 194
Banki told debt to society overpaid. Jul 27, 2012 379
Not all the facts. Ross, Ian Apr 1, 2012 331
The frog of war: when biologist Tyrone B. Hayes discovered that a top-selling herbicide messes with sex hormones, its manufacturer went into battle mode. Thus began one of the weirdest feuds in the history of science. Slater, Dashka Jan 1, 2012 4207
Walbert wins test and evaluation division award. Brief article Oct 1, 2011 172
Should scientsits believe in God? Aug 1, 2011 619
Vatican scientific panel calls for urgent action on climate. May 27, 2011 361
Dr. Patricia Wanjiru. May 1, 2011 368
Japan crisis may have little effect on U.S. energy policy. Witze, Alexandra Excerpt Apr 9, 2011 795
Natural talent. Pember, Marry Annette Feb 17, 2011 646
Erasmus Darwin, 18th-century polymath. Kormondy, Edward J. Report Feb 1, 2011 3228
The time of our lives: time-binding with Burton Miller. Pate, Sandra S. Jan 1, 2011 1570
Scientific observations. Fiske, Peter Brief article Oct 9, 2010 153
Science, 'sceptics' and spin: framing the climate change debate. Aug 1, 2010 1662
The truth hurts: scientists question voice-based lie detection. Ehrenberg, Rachel Jul 3, 2010 1341
Scientists call for an end to 'political assaults'. Brief article Jun 1, 2010 261
Present challenges faced by the young scientists interested in architecture/Siandienos issukiai teminio zurnalo numerio straipsniuose. Stauskis, Gintaras Report May 1, 2010 2931
Alfred Russel Wallace and the antivaccination movement in Victorian England. Weber, Thomas P. Report Apr 1, 2010 3400
Renovating the household of life: on the development of ecumenical relations between sacred and scientific. Hollander, Aaron T. Essay Mar 22, 2010 12254
Scientists argue for new climate science approaches. Brief article Feb 10, 2010 286
Absorption Conference: Is there Internal Israeli Racism?. Conference news Jan 25, 2010 83
Limited access to an individual's mental content--a constraint on the strength of our knowledge in the courts. van Staden, Werdie Report Oct 1, 2009 775
Une carriere parlementaire pour les scientifiques et les ingenieurs. Lavoie, Marie; Barbu, Emilia Sep 22, 2009 4268
Scientists find reactions that may have helped to get life started: new chemical tactics create two of RNA's four basic units. Barazesh, Solmaz Report Jun 6, 2009 1013
Scientists discover new pacific iguana. Jun 1, 2009 394
Proposal to set a new course for the Murray. Brief article Jun 1, 2009 313
Honey, I'm experimenting on the kids: is it ethical for scientists to use their own children as test subjects? Belluck, Pam May 4, 2009 809
A cooling trend toward global warming: from a lack of temperature increase to the growing number of scientists rethinking climate change, a positive trend against global-warming alarmism is on the upswing. Hiserodt, Ed Apr 13, 2009 1907
The wisdom of Stephen Wright (II). Brief article Apr 1, 2009 171
Scientific observations. Boston, Penelope Brief article Jan 17, 2009 112
The wisdom of Stephen Wright. Brief article Jan 1, 2009 197
The godless delusion: don't listen to those New Atheists, says this Vatican astronomer. You shouldn't have to choose between science and faith. Consolmagno, Guy Nov 1, 2008 2207
Scientific observations. Fauci, Anthony S. Brief article Jun 21, 2008 107
Scientists get a 2nd life: online world opens up new ways to do and learn about science. Questi, Terra Website overview May 24, 2008 2621
Cool science jobs. May 1, 2008 399
2008 climate debate: a gathering of experts from around the world debunks claims of "scientific consensus" concerning human-caused global-warming doomsday scenarios. Jasper, William F. Viewpoint essay Mar 31, 2008 3298
Swedish scientist disputes claims about the ocean swamping tiny Vanuatu. McManus, John F. Brief article Mar 3, 2008 92
Gaia's mission to the Milky Way: in the next decade, a unique spacecraft will start pinning down the positions and distances of more than a billion stars. Dambeck, Thorsten Mar 1, 2008 1895
Of telescopes and tomatoes: the view is always tastier in a scope you built yourself. Seronik, Gary Mar 1, 2008 595
Climate-change dissenters: excerpts from a recent Senate report and from elsewhere reveal that hundreds of scientists question the idea that humans cause global warming. Behreandt, Dennis Feb 18, 2008 3289
A new theory on "where we came from". Brief article Jan 1, 2008 271
Approaching a possible redefinition of the arts and sciences: the union of the two cultures (with a special emphasis on the discipline of music). Espinosa, Leandro Report Dec 22, 2007 12187
Scientists call for robot ethics debate. Davoudi, Salamander Brief article Jun 22, 2007 143
Of mites and men: Inca history revealed by fossilised dung-eaters. Brief article Jun 1, 2007 303
Should we have acted thirty years ago to prevent global climate change? Holcombe, Randall G. Viewpoint essay Sep 22, 2006 2737
Is science to blame for the intelligent design debate? Johnson, Aaron W.; Jansen, Kevin P.; Maurer, Matthew J. Report Sep 22, 2006 4853
RESEARCH : EXPERTS OFFER ADVICE ON EUROPEAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. Brief article Aug 31, 2006 294
Restoring predictability to the Lab Design Process: gaps between the promise and performance of research lab design can be bridged through greater diligence and creativity during the beginning stages. Stark, Stanley Jul 1, 2006 2040
Turning down the heat. Jun 22, 2006 576
Rory A. Cooper. May 1, 2006 1045
A weakening virus? Brief Article Dec 6, 2005 134
What Scientists Say: Scientists' Views of Models. Schwartz, Renee S.; Lederman, Norman G. Abstract Apr 12, 2005 276
Researchers seek to harness the power of stem cells: scientists strive to understand and exploit the power of stem cells in the hope of advancing regenerative medicine and developing next-generation therapeutics. Sidawi, Danielle Cover Story Apr 1, 2005 3183
Shroud of Turin retested. Coday, Dennis Brief Article Feb 11, 2005 108
ACF presidency meets hot science: Margaret Ambrose finds that science somewhat unexpectedly becomes a whole lot more interesting when new ACF President, Professor Ian Lowe, is talking about it. Ambrose, Margaret Feb 1, 2005 646
FISHERIES: 30% OF MARINE AREAS SHOULD BE CLOSED TO FISHING, SAY UK SCIENTISTS. Dec 11, 2004 418
Keeping science's best and brightest on the job: science education's woes portend problems for science research. Jennings, Lane Nov 1, 2004 994
What's wrong with this picture? Educating via analyses of science in movies and TV. Perkins, Sid Oct 16, 2004 2396
Mutual benefits of teacher/scientist partnerships. Starvel, Erin Sep 22, 2004 2962
Hops symposium held at Oregon State. Brief Article Aug 16, 2004 99
EFSA REPORT RECOMMENDS HUMANE SLAUGHTER METHODS FOR EACH ANIMAL SPECIES. Brief Article Jul 10, 2004 264
Life on Mars? Jul 1, 2004 164
Cooling the global-warming debate. Anderson, Terry L. Jul 1, 2004 554
Scientists for FDA hesitating on green light for cloning. Brief Article Jan 1, 2004 293
Scientists of 74 countries call for ban on genetically engineered food. Ayres, Ed Brief Article Nov 1, 2003 132
Executive officer's column. Jul 1, 2003 506
Science vs. Hysteria: responsible biotechnology is not the enemy; starvation is. (Last Word). Borlaug, Norman E. Jul 1, 2003 720
Proposed ethics board unpopular. Thorbes, Carol Jul 1, 2003 512
A new partnership between CSIRO and EcoFutures is an exciting development for building a more sustainable society in Australia. Olson, Molly Harriss Editorial Apr 1, 2003 325
Fishing for the best flows: long-term studies are needed to ensure that environmental flows meet the needs of critical ecological processes. (The Wentworth View). Apr 1, 2003 1076
Peddling the new commodities: good land management is worth paying for: it just needs the markets and the buyers. (The Wentworth View). Apr 1, 2003 972
The Murray or the MCG? Where will the money come from for land-use reform, and how could the returns on such an investment be calculated? (The Wentworth View). Apr 1, 2003 579
Reform lost in red tape: regional authorities are needed to coordinate and implement nationally accredited catchment management plans. (The Wentworth View). Apr 1, 2003 525
Jane Goodall: a kinship with chimps. (Conversations). Marranca, Richard Interview Mar 1, 2003 570
Switzerland. (Region Watch). Brief Article Dec 15, 2002 144
Attitudes about electric and magnetic fields: do scientists and other risk experts perceive risk similarly? (Features). Meyer, Jon'a Dec 1, 2002 3033
Right reasoning: S. I. Hayakawa, Charles Sanders Peirce and the scientific method. Taylor, Shawn Jun 22, 2002 2268
DNA diaspora: humanity may share tangled genetic roots. Bower, B. Brief Article Mar 9, 2002 575
Environmental attitudes of scientists in Ghana, Kenya, and Kerala: evidence on NGOs and traditional research sectors (1). Campion, Patricia; Shrum, Wesley Mar 1, 2002 10457
Top 10 healthy home trends for 2010. (The Future). Feb 1, 2002 1422
Scientists criticize endangered species bill. (Notes). Agnolin, Jenn; Loverock, Kelly Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 467
Executive Officer's Column. Boyle, John Oct 1, 2001 251
Who Gets Einstein? BROWN, JAMES ROBERT Mar 22, 2001 3207
Computer Pioneer Predicts Merger of Man and Machine. Brief Article Nov 1, 1999 237
Lost World. Rivera, R. Brief Article Sep 6, 1999 259
Does the pitcher really push off the rubber.... Masin, Herman L. Sep 1, 1999 606
For Many U.S. Scientists, the Days Of Hit-and-Run Research Are Over. Wexler, Mark Brief Article Aug 1, 1999 738
Has science found God? Stenger, Victor J. Dec 22, 1998 1694
Candidates for Western Region Representative (7/1/98-6/30/01). May 1, 1998 1084
Janus-faced cosmology: how can Big Bang proponents keep a straight face? Oldershaw, Robert L. Apr 1, 1998 805
Where the two worlds tangle: there is a conflict in metaphysics--but not in ethics. Feynman, Richard P. Mar 22, 1998 1621
Awesome versus adipose: who really works hardest to banish ignorance? Atkins, Peter Mar 22, 1998 1193
Can plants hear bassoons? Science and the sublime. Mistichelli, William J. Jan 1, 1998 12912
When science and religion collide: or why Einstein wasn't an atheist. Slack, Gordy Cover Story Nov 1, 1997 1219
Adventure in the Labrador Sea. Pickart, Robert S. Mar 22, 1997 2659
The honest agnostic: battling demons of the mind. Haught, James A. Mar 22, 1997 931
Good science, weird reporting. Carothers, Andre Column Dec 1, 1993 693
Britain's two cultures - a third look. Syer, Geoffrey Aug 1, 1992 3758

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