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Science News: Studying How a Dog Shakes Water from Its Body Is Important to Science but Wasteful to GOP Senator
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Scientific American: “Clothes dryers take 40 minutes and much of our daily household energy budget. But a wet dog can shake off 90 percent of water in a fraction of a second.” Liubov Silanteva/shutterstock.com. Confessions of a Wasteful Scientist: A

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Founded in 1872, Popular Science is the world’s largest science and technology magazine. Each month, Popular Science reports on th…

The News: A User’s Manual (Vintage International)
The news is everywhere. We can’t stop constantly checking it on our computer screens, but what is this doing to our minds? We a…

Bad News Box Set: Four Chilling Thrillers
“One of the most thrilling writers working today. Miss him at your peril.” – Blake Crouch, Wayward Pines

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Front-Page Science: Engaging Teens in Science Literacy (PB302X)
The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force issued new guidelines for mammograms in 2009. What does this mean for someone with a fam…

Wellington board talks science
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Will Ravenstein. Wellington Daily News. The Wellington Board of Education met in regular session Monday evening with many items on their agenda that affect the students in the 2016-17 school year, and the operating system that the district uses as a whole.

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Rust under pressure could explain deep Earth anomalies Carnegie Institution for Science
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IMAGE: An artwork depicting the decomposition of FeOOH in lower mantle conditions. The cycle starts from α-FeOOH (blue dot on the top) to its high-pressure form (brown dot), to FeO2 (center… view more. Credit: Courtesy of Ms. Xiaoya. Washington, DC– …

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Study: Most antidepressants don't work for young patients
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FILE – In this Jan. 11, 2008 file photo, a bottle of Eli Lilly & Co.'s Prozac is pictured at a company facility in Plainfield, Ind. Scientists say most antidepressants don't work for children or teenagers with major depression and that some may even be

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Tunable lasers to improve infrared spectroscopy
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A new development from Northwestern University's Manijeh Razeghi could be another tool for protecting our borders. Supported by the Department of Homeland Security, Razeghi's lab has created a new, broad-band tunable infrared laser that has …

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Fish can recognise human faces, says Oxford University study
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A species of tropical fish can differentiate between human faces, a study has found – the first time fish have been found to possess such powers of recognition. Archerfish, distinguished by their ability to spit water jets to shoot prey out of the air
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