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Exposure to air pollution seems to negatively affect women's fertility

2 minutes ago   |   New Scientist

Daily exposure to air pollution, including particulate matter and nitrogen dioxide, has a negative impact on women's fertility
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Consumer genetic testing companies team up to lobby on privacy policy

20 minutes ago   |   STAT

Anticipating more federal scrutiny of genetic privacy policies , three leading consumer genetic companies have formed an advocacy group to defend their efforts to safeguard...
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Phillip Schofield gets stuck in ‘quicksand' as live TV experiment goes south

40 minutes ago   |   Metro

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Phillip Schofield ended up lodged in quicksand during a live...
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STAT Plus: The AbbVie and Allergan deal: ‘Two turkeys don't make an eagle'

48 minutes ago   |   STAT

Over the past couple of years, AbbVie executives have struggled to convince investors they had a long-term strategy for growth. Now, something resembling a plan has emerged...
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An Arctic fox made an epic 4400-kilometre-long journey over sea ice

1 hour ago   |   New Scientist

In 2018, a satellite-tracked Arctic fox migrated across sea ice from Svalbard to northeast Canada - but repeat journeys may soon be impossible as the poles warm
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It's a big week for debates about drug prices, whether pharma likes it or not

2 hours ago   |   STAT

D.C. Diagnosis is STAT's weekly newsletter about the politics and policy of health and medicine. Sign up here to receive it in your inbox. Choose your fighter: The Democratic...
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The First Annual G20 Data Scorecard Report Highlights the Research Performance of the World's Leading Economies  

2 hours ago   |   Clarivate

The First Annual G20 Data Scorecard Report Highlights the Research Performance of the World's Leading Economies Web of Science data show that G20 nations are drivers of the...
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The latest Global Research Report: G20 scorecards

2 hours ago   |   Clarivate

Against a current backdrop of tensions in international trade - the Brexit quandary and the tariff duels initiated by US President Donald Trump being just two examples - the...
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STAT Plus: Pharmalittle: AbbVie will buy Allergan for $63 billion; Trump administration eyes candidates to run FDA

3 hours ago   |   STAT

Everyone, and how are you this morning? We are doing just fine, thank you, despite a steady downpour that making the Pharmalot campus grounds particularly soggy. Nonetheless...
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How Exhibition Road hosted an arts revolution

3 hours ago   |   The Big Issue

With some 20 million visitors each year to Exhibition Road, The Royal Albert Hall, the V&A, Science Museum and Natural History Museum are among the most popular and well-known...
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Men, your ‘western diets' could be ruining your sperm

Men, your ‘western diets' could be ruining your sperm

Men who eat pizzas, burgers and chips have lower sperm counts than those on a healthier diet Bad news for men who enjoy eating pizza, chips and burgers - it might be affecting... Read more ...

SpaceX launches NASA atomic space clock tech for ‘autonomous' travel to Mars

SpaceX launches NASA atomic space clock tech for ‘autonomous' travel to Mars

NASA has launched its revolutionary Deep Space Atomic Clock on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy - with the tech set to transform how humans explore deep space, the US space agency has... Read more ...

Launch timeline for Falcon Heavy's first launch for the U.S. Air Force

Launch timeline for Falcon Heavy's first launch for the U.S. Air Force

SpaceX's third Falcon Heavy rocket is set for liftoff from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, and the heavy-lift launcher will head on an easterly course over the Atlantic... Read more ...

NASA technology experiments hitching a ride on SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket

NASA technology experiments hitching a ride on SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket

The Green Propellant Infusion Mission spacecraft inside the Falcon Heavy payload fairing. Credit: SpaceX NASA is sending into orbit Monday night a spacecraft to test a safer... Read more ...

Life on Mars? NASA Curiosity rover detects ‘surprising' methane spike on Red...

Life on Mars? NASA Curiosity rover detects ‘surprising' methane spike on Red Planet

NASA's Curiosity Mars rover has detected “surprising” amounts of methane on Mars, a gas suggesting ancient alien microbial life lives underground on Mars, the US space agency... Read more ...

STEM in Academia and Industry - navigating from one to another: Meet Rosti...

STEM in Academia and Industry - navigating from one to another: Meet Rosti Readioff 

Dr Rosti Readioff , Postdoctoral research associate, Keele University, is taking part in Soapbox Science Stoke-on-Trent on 6th July with the talk: “ From Silly Putty to Human... Read more ...

I never knew science was for me, for everyone: Meet Kelly Jowett

I never knew science was for me, for everyone: Meet Kelly Jowett

Kelly Jowett is a PhD student at the University of Reading and based at Rothamsted Research. Her work investigates the distribution of beneficial beetles in farm landscapes and... Read more ...

Be like water: Meet Natalia Jawiarczy

Be like water: Meet Natalia Jawiarczy

Natalia obtained an MSc in Biotechnology from Wroclaw University of Technology in Poland, majoring in environmental biotechnology. She did her second Master's in Industrial and... Read more ...

Network and support each other: Meet Barbara Kunz

Network and support each other: Meet Barbara Kunz

Dr Barbara Kunz is a research project officer working in the geochemistry lab of the School of Environment, Earth and Ecosystem Sciences at the Open University. Her work... Read more ...

Ripples become waves: Meet Andrea Momblanch

Ripples become waves: Meet Andrea Momblanch

Andrea is a post-doctoral researcher in the Cranfield Water Science Institute at Cranfield University. She graduated as a civil engineer from the Universitat Politècnica de... Read more ...