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Fake Science News Is Just As Bad As Fake News
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Fake news has been getting a lot of attention around the US election, and rightly so. But science has its own problem with fake news—and fake research published in scientific journals. To prove how bad it is, a journalist at a Canadian daily newspaper

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Researchers Find That Domestic Dogs May Have Episodic Memories
Natural Science News
A team of researchers has discovered that dogs have the ability to remember their owner's past actions even when the memory testing is unexpected. The team found that the dogs demonstrated episodic memories, a skill previously only studied in primates.
Your dog remembers what you didEurekAlert (press release)
Your dog remembers more than you thinkScience Magazine
CV – Claudia Fugazza, PhD | ethology – etologia – ELTEetologia – ELTE
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News from Nowhere
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The New York Times Book of Science: More than 150 Years of Groundbreaking Scientific Coverage
For more than 150 years, The New York Times has been in the forefront of science news reporting. These 125 articles from its archi…

National Geographic
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, the flagship magazine of the National Geographic Society, chronicles exploration and adventure, as well as ch…

Express.co.uk
LIVING ROBOT with 'HUMAN BRAIN' close to creation as super AI computer around the corner
Express.co.uk
COMPUTER scientists attempting to electronically replicate the human brain are close to creating a 'living PC'. By Joey Millar. PUBLISHED: 05:35, Sat, Nov 26, 2016 | UPDATED: 13:27, Sat, Nov 26, 2016 …

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Science News for Students (blog)
Lying sets up a liar's brain to lie more
Science News for Students (blog)
Everyone tells a little lie once in a while. But brain activity may explain why telling lies gets easier with experience. sirawit99/istockphoto. When small fibs snowball into blizzards of deception, the brain becomes numb to lying. As people tell more

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Lichens are an early warning system for forest health
Science News
In August, Science News intern Amy McDermott traveled to Bull Run Watershed near Portland, Ore., to collect and survey lichen with U.S. Forest Service air program manager Linda Geiser. The two spent several days hiking through steep, forested slopes …

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