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Polar bears swim for days as sea ice retreats
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Where did that turbine blade get smacked?
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(SSP also publishes Science News for Students.) Jonathan's first idea was to place two sensors on each whirling blade. One might be located near its base and the other near the tip. These sensors would detect vibrations created as some object slammed

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India successfully tests small space shuttle
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In this photo released on Monday, May 23, 2016, by an official website of the Indian Space Research Organization, India's first indigenously made and reusable space launch vehicle is seen lifted off from the launch pad at Satish Dhawan Space Center in …
India successfully launches its first space shuttleThe Independent
India's reusable space shuttle tested successfullyCBC.ca

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Octopus, squid and cuttlefish numbers boom in changing oceans
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Science News. Home · Articles. Print Email Facebook Twitter More. Octopus, squid and cuttlefish numbers boom in changing oceans. ABC Science. By Annabel McGilvray. Posted yesterday at 11:48amMon 23 May 2016, 11:48am. Giant Australian cuttlefish …
In changing oceans, cephalopods are booming(e) Science News (press release) (registration)
World octopus and squid populations are boomingScience Magazine

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A rallying call for microbiome science national data management
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IMAGE: In a study published online May 16, 2016, in Trends in Microbiology, DOE JGI researchers call for the formation of a National Microbiome Data Center, which complements the White House's… view more. Credit: Nikos Kyrpides, DOE JGI. Massive …

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Light can 'heal' defects in new solar cell materials
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A family of compounds known as perovskites, which can be made into thin films with many promising electronic and optical properties, has been a hot research topic in recent years. But although these materials could potentially be highly useful in

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58 life science researchers elected as new EMBO Members
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New EMBO Members are elected annually in recognition of their contributions to scientific excellence. Their selection is a tribute to their research and achievements. “I am delighted by the addition of 58 outstanding scientists to our membership. I

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NSF grant will help decipher cells' electric properties Michigan State University
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EAST LANSING, Mich. – A Michigan State University researcher will use a National Science Foundation grant to decipher the secrets of electric organs in fish and apply the insights to human electrically excitable tissue. The grant is being split between

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The Independent
The age at which you start losing friends
The Independent
Scientists have revealed the age at which men and women start to lose their friends: and it's a lot earlier than most people would have thought. The number of friends a person has can be difficult to quantify, especially when social media has served to

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