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Peacock spider's radiant rump comes from teeny tiny structures
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Male peacock spiders know how to work their angles and find their light. These arachnids are native to Australia. And males are quite a sight to see. They rely on the vibrant hues coloring their hind ends to attract females. A guy will raise skyward

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Poland-US Science Award for research on RNA structure
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For the latest research news, log onto EurekAlert!, the premier science-news Web site, a service of AAAS. See http://www.aaas.org. The Foundation for Polish Science was established in 1991. It is a non-governmental, non-political, non-profit

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How fossil fuel use threatens kids' health
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Kids have not been enough of a focus, Perera tells Science News for Students. That is true, she says, “even though children suffer most of the impacts from environmental pollution and also from climate change.” Government leaders and health experts

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Ancient armored fish revises early history of jaws
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FISHFACE A 423-million-year-old armored fish from China had jaws that resemble those of modern land vertebrates and bony fish. Dinghua Yang. EMail. EMail logo EMail. Print. Print logo Print. Twitter. Twitter logo Twitter. Facebook. Facebook logo Facebook.
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Bitter political climate chills some scientific pursuits
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The House of Representatives Science, Space & Technology Committee has been operating in lockstep with the combative political climate this election season. Since last year, the committee chair has issued more than 25 subpoenas to investigate science …

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Screen time guidelines for kids give parents the controls
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Time spent with a screen shouldn't come at the expense of kids' sleep, play and exercise, new recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics say. Goran Bogicevic/iStockphoto. EMail. EMail logo EMail. Print. Print logo Print. Twitter. Twitter
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Mother Seals Are Transferring Dangerous Environmental Pollutants to Their Pups
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Researchers have discovered that hooded seal mothers are inadvertently passing on environmental pollutants to their newborn offspring. The toxins are transferred through the placenta and the mother's milk. The details are in a paper that was just

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Scientists detect evidence of extinct human cousin in modern DNA
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Bohlender said that while the new ancestor hails from the same hominid family tree as Neanderthal and Denisovan ancestors, it is currently considered an “extinct third cousin,” according to Science News. Although many Neanderthal fossils have surfaced …

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King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST)
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Carbon dioxide capture is a high-profile area of chemical research offering a direct approach to tackling the rise in atmospheric carbon dioxide. This greenhouse gas is largely blamed for global warming and climate change. Professor Mohamed Eddaoudi …

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