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Why science news embargoes are bad for the public
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Why science news embargoes are bad for the public. Embargoes allow journals, universities, nonprofits, and corporations to decide what's important — and when. That should be up to journalists. Updated by Ivan Oransky Nov 29, 2016, 7:00am EST.

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Speckled dino spurs debate about ancient animals' colors
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The plant-eating Psittacosaurus may have had a dark back and light belly, shown in this artist's creation. The coloring could have acted as camouflage, helping the dinosaur hide in forested habitats. J. Vinther/University of Bristol, Bob Nicholls

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Dimensions of Time: Science’s Quest to Understand Time in the Body, Brain and Cosmos
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50 years ago, nuclear blasting for gas boomed. Today it's a bust.
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… of the bomb used at Hiroshima. By breaking up tight gas-bearing rock formations, a flow of presently inaccessible gas may be made available.… A single-blast experiment, called Project Gasbuggy, is already planned. — Science News, December 17

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US students lag peers in East Asia, Russia in math, science
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President-elect Donald Trump moved to fill out his Cabinet Tuesday, tapping Georgia Rep. Tom Price to lead the Department of Health and Human Services. Aides signaled that at least one other Cabinet nomination was imminent.More >> …
Are the best students really that advanced?Science Magazine

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Vote for your scientific breakthrough of the year!
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The season of holidays, shopping lists, and end-of-the-year retrospectives is upon us. Here at Science, in keeping with tradition, our news writers and editors are getting ready to unveil the 21st “Breakthrough of the Year”: their choice of the most

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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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World students face off in robot games in India
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In this Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016, photo, participants from Taiwan watch their robots playing a soccer match during the World Robot Olympiad in New Delhi, India. The weekend games brought more than 450 teams of students from 50 countries to the Indian …

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Great Barrier Reef sees record coral deaths this year
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FILE – This Sept. 10, 2001, file photo shows Agincourt Reef, located about 30 miles off the coast near the northern reaches of the 1,200-mile long Great Barrier Reef. Australian scientists say warming oceans year 2016 have caused the biggest die-off of
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Life and death after Great Barrier Reef bleaching – ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef StudiesARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies
Great Barrier Reef suffered worst bleaching on record in 2016, report findsBBC News

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Digital microbes for munching yourself healthy
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Hundreds of different bacterial species live in the human gut, helping us to digest our food. The metabolic processes of these bacteria are not only tremendously important to our health — they are also tremendously complex. A research team at the …

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