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Oldest Fossils Ever Found Date Back 3.7 Billion Years
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Researchers think they've found the remains of the oldest life on Earth — tiny bacteria that lived 3.7 billion years ago. The fossils, called stromatolites, turned up when some snow melted in modern-day Greenland. If they really are fossils from
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Obama to Visit Far-flung Midway Atoll in Conservation Push
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Halfway between East and West, President Barack Obama is traveling to one of the most remote corners of the ocean, Midway Atoll, to amplify his call for global action on environmental protection. Sept. 1, 2016, at 5:10 a.m.. MORE. LinkedIn

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Blood thirsty brains
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Rare whale's recovery hurt by entanglements, scientists say
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FILE – In this April 10, 2008 file photo, the head of a North Atlantic right whale peers up from the water as another whale passes behind in Cape Cod Bay near Provincetown, Mass. An August 2016 study found that the ability of the endangered whale

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Experiment confirms plan for quantum-coded messages
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SECRET SAVER Sending an encrypted message usually requires a secret key that's at least as long as the message itself. But thanks to the laws of quantum mechanics, it's possible to protect long secret messages with much shorter keys, a new experiment …

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Crowdsourcing can help create better science tests cheaper Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
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When it comes to developing test questions, there's the ordinary way and the fancy way. The ordinary way is to just make up questions and put them on the test. However, this can lead to questions that are misleading, confusing, or simply don't test for

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Science News: Genetic Engineering Will Produce Future Usain Bolts, Trump Is Bad, Bad, Bad on Science
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Study: Ohio's abortion pill law led to worse health outcomes
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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio's restrictions on the so-called abortion pill led to a higher rate of side effects, more doctor visits and additional medical treatment for patients, according to a new study. The requirements cleared a Republican-controlled …
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Stem-cell doctor did surgeries with 'inadequate' proof
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An independent commission investigating Italian stem-cell scientist Dr. Paolo Macchiarini, whose work was once considered revolutionary, says that there were many problems in how he treated patients and the scientific basis for his work was 'inadequate'.

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