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Miami's Choice: Bigger Ships or Coral Reefs?

National Geographic - 49 min 4 sec ago
Dredging in Biscayne Bay inflicts heavy damage on North America's only coral reef tract.
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Deadly Frog Fungus Pops Up in Madagascar, an Amphibian Wonderland

National Geographic - 49 min 4 sec ago
Chytrid fungus, responsible for amphibian declines and extinctions around the world, is now confirmed in Madagascar.
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Quirky Winds Fuel Brazil's Devastating Drought, Amazon's Flooding

National Geographic - 49 min 4 sec ago
With severe water shortages in Brazil's cities and destructive floods in the Amazon, the boom-and-bust phenomenon may be South America's new normal.
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Chemical in BPA-Free Products Linked to Irregular Heartbeats

National Geographic - 49 min 4 sec ago
Consumers may not be protecting their health as much as they think with some BPA-free products because a chemical that replaced BPA seems to have similar effects.
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'Shark Lady' Eugenie Clark, Famed Marine Biologist, Has Died

National Geographic - 49 min 4 sec ago
Eugenie Clark, a marine biologist and ichthyologist, who died on Wednesday, helped the public understand and appreciate the much maligned shark.
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Food preservatives linked to obesity and gut disease

Nature.com - 49 min 4 sec ago

Mouse study suggests that emulsifiers alter gut bacteria, leading to the inflammatory bowel condition colitis.

Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2015.16984

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Young black hole had monstrous growth spurt

Nature.com - 49 min 4 sec ago

Super-massive object found in early Universe tests theories of cosmic evolution.

Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2015.16989

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Game-playing software holds lessons for neuroscience

Nature.com - 49 min 4 sec ago

DeepMind computer provides new way to investigate how the brain works.

Nature 518 465 doi: 10.1038/518465a

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Correction

Nature.com - 49 min 4 sec ago

Nature 518 467 doi: 10.1038/518467a

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Seven days: 20–26 February 2015

Nature.com - 49 min 4 sec ago

The week in science: Head of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change resigns; Europe’s graphene project is on track; new killer virus discovered in United States.

Nature 518 460 doi: 10.1038/518460a

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A tale of two dwarf planets

Nature.com - 49 min 4 sec ago

Graphical guide to the NASA missions that will provide the first close looks at Ceres and Pluto.

Nature 518 468 doi: 10.1038/518468a

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Planetary science: The Pluto siblings

Nature.com - 49 min 4 sec ago

Leslie and Eliot Young have spent their lives studying Pluto. Now they are gearing up for the biggest event of their careers.

Nature 518 470 doi: 10.1038/518470a

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Neuroscience in court: The painful truth

Nature.com - 49 min 4 sec ago

Brain-scanning techniques promise to give an objective measure of whether someone is in pain, but researchers question whether they are reliable enough for the courtroom.

Nature 518 474 doi: 10.1038/518474a

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Researchers seek definition of head-trauma disorder

Nature.com - 49 min 4 sec ago

Guidelines should assist in diagnosis of brain disease seen in retired American footballers.

Nature 518 466 doi: 10.1038/518466a

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Francis Crick Institute raises alarm about train line

Nature.com - 49 min 4 sec ago

London biomedical powerhouse fears that proposed route will disrupt delicate science experiments.

Nature 518 464 doi: 10.1038/518464a

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Focus on political Islamic groups to boost science

Nature.com - 49 min 4 sec ago

For science to realize its potential in the Muslim world, attitudes need to change at a societal level, not just an individual one, says Dyna Rochmyaningsih.

Nature 518 457 doi: 10.1038/518457a

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Wanted: 80,000 British babies for massive study

Nature.com - 49 min 4 sec ago

UK launches effort to track children from birth, months after US counterpart closes.

Nature 518 463 doi: 10.1038/518463a

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Gigantic Black Hole Discovered From the Dawn of Time

National Geographic - 49 min 5 sec ago
Astronomers struggle to explain how a gigantic black hole could have appeared less than a billion years after the big bang.
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How the bin Laden Raid Put Vaccinators Under the Gun in Pakistan

National Geographic - 49 min 5 sec ago
After the U.S. used a health program to track down the al Qaeda leader, volunteers fighting polio became the hunted.
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True or False: Scandinavians Are Practically Perfect in Every Way

National Geographic - 49 min 5 sec ago
Thanks to big government, high taxes, and redistribution of wealth, Scandinavia is educated and safe. But there are a few smudges on the portrait—alcoholism, for one.
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