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Is Your Brain Really Necessary?


The reason for the apparently absurd question in the title is the remarkable research conducted at the University of Sheffield by neurology professor the late Dr. John Lorber.

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WIRED

The Collapse of a $40 Million Nutrition Science Crusade
WIRED
On Monday night Gary Taubes will board his second transatlantic flight in a week—from Zurich to Aspen—then eventually back to Oakland, where he calls home. The crusading science journalist best known for his beef with Big Sugar is beat after four ...



Science News

Phone apps are helping scientists track suicidal thoughts in real time
Science News
Digital technology has made these investigations possible. Smartphone applications alert people to report on suicidal thoughts as they arise in real-world settings. Scientists have traditionally been limited to tracking suicidal thinking over intervals ...

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WBUR

Battling Misinformation And 'Bad Advice' About Science And Your Health
WBUR
The New Atlantis: "Saving Science" (From 2016) — "Science, pride of modernity, our one source of objective knowledge, is in deep trouble. Stoked by fifty years of growing public investments, scientists are more productive than ever, pouring out ...



Live Science

The 4th Flavor? Scientists Close in on a New Kind of Neutrino
Live Science
I love a good mystery, whether it turns out that the butler did it, or if it was Colonel Mustard in the library with a candlestick. But I love scientific mysteries even more. Recently, scientists doing research at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory ...

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The Herald-Times

Teachers become students at Summer Science Institute
The Herald-Times
The teachers visited the preserve for WonderLab's Summer Science Institute, a three-day event to help develop hands-on, engaging science lessons for middle and high school students. The local science and education museum has hosted similar institutes ...



Hamilton College News

Exploring Science 2.0
Hamilton College News
Hamilton science faculty have been busy the past several weeks sharing their expertise with students much younger than college-age audiences. Elementary school children from Oneida, Clinton, and New Hartford have descended upon the Taylor Science ...



Wired.co.uk

Monday briefing: Amazon Prime Video is shilling anti-science conspiracy theories
Wired.co.uk
Your WIRED daily briefing. Today, Amazon's UK streaming video service is home to conspiracy theories about lizard people and a "New World Order", the Large Hadron Collider is getting an upgrade, Cambridge Analytica luminaries' new company is ...

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The Conversation US

Astronaut Sally K. Ride's legacy – encouraging young women to embrace science and engineering
The Conversation US
In the 1970s there were visionary men and women in NASA, government and in the general public, who saw a future for more women in science and engineering, and for flying into space. Women were not beating down the door to be included in the Space ...

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Stanford Medical Center Report

Speakers stress importance of science, empathy at med school's 110th commencement
Stanford Medical Center Report
Exploration of the unknown and the thrill of discovery are “exhilarating experiences” for those who dedicate their lives to the professions of science and health, Nobel laureate Paul Berg, PhD, told Stanford School of Medicine graduates on June 16.



KQED

What Can Science Offer Hollywood?
KQED
KQED Science editor Danielle Venton spoke with the man who helps ignite that inspiration -- Rick Loverd, program director of the Science & Entertainment Exchange, a project of the National Academy of Sciences. Loverd helped "Black Panther" movie ...


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