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Ebola: What Are We Waiting For?
World  (tags: ebola, west Africa, worlds nations, waiting, leaders, health care, research, help )

Dandelion
- 3 days ago - act.one.org
The world waited too long to respond to Ebola. Ebola is devastating West Africa. Leaders from every nation--not just the usual suspects--need to stop waiting and act. Please add your voice to this petition. Thank you.
Depression Could Finally Get as Much Biomedical Attention as Cancer
Health & Wellness  (tags: world, study, science, safety, research, investigation, humans, illness, disease, Body-Mind-Spirit, depression, biomedical, cancer, science )

Darren
- 4 days ago - scientificamerican.com
Research into depression has struggled whereas studies of cancer have thrived. The balance could be shifting
Why We Need to Abandon the Disease-Model of Mental Health Care
Health & Wellness  (tags: world, study, society, science, research, investigation, interesting, humans, health, disease, Body-Mind-Spirit, disease model, Mental Health Care, symptoms, physical illness )

Darren
- 4 days ago - blogs.scientificamerican.com
The idea that our more distressing emotions such as grief and anger can best be understood as symptoms of physical illnesses is pervasive and seductive. But in my view it is also a myth, and a harmful one.
Astronomers Find Evidence Of Two Undiscovered Planets In Our Solar System
Science & Tech  (tags: research, science, discovery, space, astronomy )

Michael
- 6 days ago - iflscience.com
The possibility of a planet lurking in the outer reaches of the solar system has gained new ground, based on the orbits of recently discovered objects.
Mind-Blowing Fossil Preserves Tiny Horse Carrying Unborn Foal
Science & Tech  (tags: world, study, science, research, humans, history, discovery, archaeology, animals, fossil, preserves, Tiny Horse, Unborn Foal, Eocene period, oil shale mining, messel, frankfurt )

Darren
- 6 days ago - blogs.scientificamerican.com
BERLIN: The former oil shale mining site of Messel, near Frankfurt, Germany, is well known for its spectacular fossils of organisms that lived between 47 million and 48 million years ago, during the Eocene epoch. But a fossil of the early horse species. .
Two New Sub-Atomic Particles Discovered at CERN
Science & Tech  (tags: research, science, physics, particles, sub-atomic, CERN, discovery, technology, scientists )

Michael
- 3 days ago - iflscience.com
Two never-before-seen particles have just been detected at CERN's Large Hadron Collider, the world's largest particle accelerator, by the international LHCb collaboration.
Siberian Company Tests Medicine for Countering Ebola
Science & Tech  (tags: health, discovery, research, technology )

Marty
- 3 days ago - siberiantimes.com
The medicine 'Reaferon-LIPINT' is to be urgently tested on Ebola-infected animals amid hopes it can be effective against the deadly infectious virus...
Push For Data Disclosure
Health & Wellness  (tags: world, treatment, study, science, safety, risks, research, protection, prevention, medicine, interesting, investigation, drugs, environment, ethics, health, government, data disclosure, federal health agencies, clinical trials )

Darren
- 2 days ago - the-scientist.com
Two federal health agencies released proposed rules that would tighten the requirements for reporting clinical trial results.
New Study Confirms Universe Is A Hologram
Science & Tech  (tags: study, technology, world, research, scientists, space, tech, discovery, environment, news )

Earths
- 1 day ago - spiritscienceandmetaphysics.com
The building blocks of reality are behaving in ways which are inexplicable and can only make sense if we think of the universe in terms of a holographic field, not an empty container filled with objects. A recent study published in Nature suggests
Spacetime Is Not Necessarily Continuous
Science & Tech  (tags: world, study, space, society, science, research, news, investigation, humans, interesting, environment, discovery, spacetime, perception, loop quantum gravity, safety )

Darren
- 2 days ago - scientificamerican.com
We perceive space and time to be continuous, but if the amazing theory of loop quantum gravity is correct, they actually come in discrete pieces
Scientists Decry Axing EU Head Scientist Post
Science & Tech  (tags: world, technology, society, scientists, science, research, news, interesting, internet, humans, environment, europe, head scientific post, European Commission, Chief Scientific Advisor )

Darren
- 6 days ago - the-scientist.com
Researchers in Europe are universally dismayed over the decision to eliminate the European Commission's Chief Scientific Advisor role.
Why Some Physicists Want to Get Rid of Time
Science & Tech  (tags: world, study, society, scientists, science, research, investigation, interesting, humans, environment, physicists, time, static, universe, concept of time )

Darren
- 4 days ago - scientificamerican.com
The concepts of time and change may emerge from a universe that, at root, is utterly static
Watch the Milky Way Eat Its Neighbors [Video]
Science & Tech  (tags: world, study, space, science, research, news, investigation, interesting, humans, environment, discovery, astronomy, cosmology, milky way, galaxies )

Darren
- 2 days ago - blogs.scientificamerican.com
The Milky Way has a history of devouring its neighbors, the smaller satellite galaxies that orbit it. Over time our galaxy's gravity will tug on the near sides of these satellites more strongly than their far sides, slowly stretching them out. . .
Illuminating the Interactome
Science & Tech  (tags: world, technology, study, science, research, news, investigation, interesting, humans, health, environment, discovery, computers, Interactome, map, binary human protein interactions )

Darren
- 2 days ago - the-scientist.com
A massive screen yields the most comprehensive map of binary human protein interactions to date.
What Warming Means for Lake Effect Snow
Science & Tech  (tags: climate, environment, research )

Marty
- 1 day ago - news.discovery.com
Buffalonians are no strangers to large amounts of snow that the lake effect (so called because the lake provides the moisture that fuels the snow) can bring, but even this was a little much for them...
 

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