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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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Live Science

Why Scientists Are Rushing to Hunt Down 1.7 Million Unknown Viruses
Live Science
There may be more than 1.67 million unknown viruses infecting the animals of Earth — and scientists want to find them. In a research letter published in the journal Science this week, an international team of scientists described a sweeping new ...

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Science Magazine

One of the most powerful science policy jobs in Brussels changes hands
Science Magazine
Smits will be remembered as an advocate for larger science budgets and as one of the architects of Horizon 2020—the European Union's 7-year, €80 billion funding program for research and innovation, which started in 2014. He was also a staunch ...



Nature.com

Florida residents could soon get the power to alter science classes
Nature.com
Allowing tax-payers to have a say in what goes on in public schools seems innocuous, says Brandon Haught, who teaches environmental science at a secondary school in Orange City, Florida. In reality, the bills, together with last year's law, expose ...



New Statesman

This is where science is at on the whole “video games cause violence” thing
New Statesman
Regardless of their differencing perspectives, however, the two scientists seem to agree that video games shouldn't be Trump's first concern after the Parkland shooting which saw 14 students and three teachers murdered. “If we want to reduce school ...

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Financial Times

How science can improve fine wine
Financial Times
Most of us associate wine with play and relaxation, but for a few hundred scientists around the world, it is what they spend the working day studying, in sometimes headache-inducing detail. The most cited articles listed by the American Journal of ...

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Popular Science

Yogurt marinades make meat perfectly tender—here's why
Popular Science
An acidic marinade thus softens meat by increasing its water content and breaking down its structure—and science backs that up. In one study, researchers coated meat in an lactic acid and measured the pH at different intervals. The more acidic the ...



Science Magazine

Ancient DNA upends the horse family tree
Science Magazine
From their relationship, it was clear that these “wild” horses were escaped Botai horses, the team reports today in Science . “We have now found that there are no truly wild horses left” anywhere in the world, Outram says. Another surprise was that all ...
The last wild horses aren't truly wildScience News

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The Intercept

Lawsuit Reveals How Paid Expert Helped 3M “Command the Science” on Dangerous Chemicals
The Intercept
On Tuesday, 3M settled a suit filed by the state of Minnesota for $850 million, averting a much-awaited trial over the company's responsibility for massive amounts of waste containing perfluorinated chemicals, which it had dumped in the state for more ...

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The Guardian

What happened to US diplomats in Cuba? – Science Weekly podcast
The Guardian
Ian Sample delves into a preliminary study of US embassy staff said to have been targeted by an energy source in Cuba. With no unifying explanation, what do scientists think happened? US orders the withdrawal of more than half of its staff from the US ...

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The Verge

Annihilation is the most thoughtful science fiction movie since Arrival
The Verge
In the spoiler-sensitive environment of today's entertainment, there may be people who resent the opening scenes of Annihilation, which gives away most of the movie's direction. A biologist named Lena (Natalie Portman) has survived a cataclysmic event ...
'Annihilation' is an unsettling science fiction fever dreamTechCrunch
Annihilation is a stunning science fiction thriller from the director of Ex MachinaVox

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