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Rain fell on Greenland's ice sheet for the first time ever known. Alarms should ring | Kim Heacox

3 days ago   |   The Guardian

Climate scientists believe that if Greenland continues to rapidly melt, tens of millions of people around the world could face yearly flooding and displacement by 2030 Many...
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Effects of a large-scale social media advertising campaign on holiday travel and COVID-19 infections: a cluster randomized controlled trial

5 days ago   |   Harvard

Emily Breza, Abhijit Banerjee, Marcella Alsan, Burak Alsan, Sarah Liegl, Arun Chandrasekhar, Paul Goldsmith-Pinkham, Kelly Holland, Emily Hoppe, Carlos Torres, Pierre-Luc...
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The Guardian view on unorthodox thinking: science would not get far without it | Editorial

5 days ago   |   The Guardian

The Ig Nobels are a reminder that Jonathan Swift was wrong about reason. Without research driven by curiosity, there would be far fewer breakthroughs In Gulliver's Travels...
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EEG Data

10 days ago   |   Harvard

What are brainwaves? The brain has billions of neurons, and each individual neuron connects to thousands of others. Communication happens between them through small electrical...
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Opinion: STAT+: A 10-point plan for sustaining the biopharma industrial base for a more secure nation

13 days ago   |   STAT

Covid-19 has underscored the critical role the biopharma industrial base plays in the U.S.'s national and economic security. As I write this, safe and effective Covid-19...
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Aberdeen Science Centre receives top award from Tripadvisor following high ratings and positive reviews

24 days ago   |   Evening Express

Aberdeen Science Centre has been given the Travellers' Choice accolade by Tripadvisor.
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Effects of a large-scale social media advertising campaign on holiday travel and COVID-19 infections: a cluster randomized controlled trial

24 days ago   |   Harvard

Emily Breza, Fatima Cody Stanford, Marcella Alsan, Burak Alsan, Abhijit Banerjee, Arun G Chandrasekhar, Sarah Eichmeyer, Traci Glushko, Paul Goldsmith-Pinkham, Kelly Holland...
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How Much Does COVID-19 Increase With Mobility? Evidence from New York and Four Other US Cities

1 month ago   |   Harvard

Stephen J. Redding, Edward L. Glaeser, and Caitlin Gorback. 2020. “ How Much Does COVID-19 Increase With Mobility? Evidence from New York and Four Other US Cities .” In Centre...
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Virtual galleries and digital debates - exploring online engagement for Edinburgh Science Festival

Virtual galleries and digital debates - exploring online engagement for Edinburgh Science Festival

1 month ago   |   British Ecological Society

Our headline offering for the Festival was the ‘ Six Predictions of Edinburgh's Future Green Spaces ' exhibition, a fully explorable 3D virtual gallery of artworks exploring...
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Snake-like robot could explore Saturn's icy moon Enceladus

1 month ago   |   New Scientist

A snake-like robot made of giant screws and flexible joints that can travel across hard or loose surfaces and worm into tiny spaces such as tubes and tunnels may be key to...
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CBD benefits include reduced anxiety and better sleep: 8 other ways it could...

CBD benefits include reduced anxiety and better sleep: 8 other ways it could boost your wellbeing

It promises to help with a whole load of ailments - here's what the science says. By now, you know that CBD - short for cannabidiol - is a phytocannabinoid that comes from the... Read more ...

UK night skies will be among worst hit by satellite megaconstellations

From anywhere on Earth there may soon by hundreds of satellites visible in the night sky at any time of year because of satellite constellation projects such as SpaceX's Starlink Read more ...

Are UK energy supplies in trouble after fire at French power link?

A fire at a facility that connects the electricity grids of the UK and mainland Europe has led to talk of a potential winter energy crisis, but supplies should stabilise in the... Read more ...

Scientists are often cautious or wrong - and that's OK

We like to think that science can give us definitive answers to our questions, but uncertainty is a crucial part of the scientific process, says Chanda Prescod-Weinstein Read more ...

Bermuda Triangle: ‘Major discovery' as missing 200-foot ship with ‘bizarre...

Bermuda Triangle: ‘Major discovery' as missing 200-foot ship with ‘bizarre cargo' found

BERMUDA TRIANGLE investigators uncovered a "major discovery" while trying to solve the infamous disappearance of five planes on the vanished Flight 19, according to a documentary. Read more ...

Clear signals for sustainability: Spotlight on Belgrade

Clear signals for sustainability: Spotlight on Belgrade

Sustainability is front and center at Clarivate, part of everything we do. You can see the scope and scale of our commitment in our first annual sustainability report published... Read more ...

DTx startup takes on a childhood eye disease & Jonathan Bush on the Cures Act

You're reading the web edition of STAT Health Tech, our guide to how tech is transforming the life sciences. Sign up to get this newsletter delivered in your inbox every... Read more ...

Autumn equinox 2021 - the key date that marks end of summer and start of autumn

Autumn equinox 2021 - the key date that marks end of summer and start of autumn

AUTUMN is about to begin in the UK, with the days slowly getting shorter and the nights turning chiller. So when is the equinox? Read more ...

Comparison between procaine and isocarboxazid metabolism in vitro by a liver...

K Moroi and T Sato. 1975. “ Comparison between procaine and isocarboxazid metabolism in vitro by a liver microsomal amidase-esterase .” Biochem Pharmacol, 24, 16, Pp. 1517-21. Read more ...

Digitoxin metabolism by rat liver microsomes

A Schmoldt, HF Benthe, and G Haberland. 1975. “ Digitoxin metabolism by rat liver microsomes .” Biochem Pharmacol, 24, 17, Pp. 1639-41. Read more ...