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Indonesia urged to take stern action on illegal bird trade
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JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — A wildlife trade monitoring group has called on Indonesia to take strong action against traders of endangered birds who are driving several species toward extinction. Traffic, a U.K.-based group, said Thursday that its latest

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Marine citizen science: Room for growth
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The burgeoning field of citizen science offers the public an opportunity to participate directly in research and data analysis–and it offers scientists access to robust data sets that previously would have been impossible to collect. Unfortunately

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Dimensions of Time: Science’s Quest to Understand Time in the Body, Brain and Cosmos
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Client Science: Advice for Lawyers on Counseling Clients through Bad News and Other Legal Realities
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Chilling mountaintop find may confirm dark Greek legend
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This undated photo released Wednesday Aug. 10, 2016, provided by the Greek Culture Ministry, shows the 11th century B.C. skeleton of a teenager, with jaw section at top, excavated recently at Mount Lykaion in the southern Peloponnese region of Greece, …

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How does one fluid interact with another fluid? How do neurons relay signals in a brain with interrupted function? How can we choose structural materials to withstand different kinds of stress? These questions, and many others, are the complex real

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APNewsBreak: Officials skeptical $ 57M fish project will work
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FILE – In this 2014, file photo, from left, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks employees Dave Fuller, Chris Wesolek, and Matt Rugg release a pallid sturgeon after taking blood samples from the fish. State and federal wildlife officials are opposing a $ 57

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Study finds ship noise disrupting humpback whale feeding
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FILE – In this Aug. 22, 2005 file photo, a humpback whale breaches on Stellwagen Bank about 25 miles east of Boston. A study in the Royal Society's journal Biology Letters published Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2016, found that noise from shipping in North
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Managing climate change refugia to protect wildlife
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AMHERST, Mass. – Natural and cultural areas that will remain similar to what they are today — despite climate change — need to be identified, managed and conserved as “refugia” for at-risk species, according to a study published today in PLOS ONE.

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Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST) Graduate University
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Ribozymes – ribonucleic acid enzymes – are RNA molecules that catalyse chemical reactions. Much like DNA, RNA is a linear molecule made by connecting four chemical building blocks called bases represented by the letters A, C, G, and U following the …

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New algorithm for optimized stability of planar-rod objects
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IMAGE: Algorithm corrects connection points of objects fabricated by wire bending machine to optimize stability. Adaptions of design and structure computed. Potential range of application in Rapid Prototyping. view more. Credit: IST Austria. During the

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