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Mosquito Born Illness in a Warming Climate!
Health & Wellness  (tags: research, medicine, news, prevention, protection, risks, safety, science, society, illness, health, disease )

Mitchell
- 74 days ago - news.stanford.edu
Researchers at Stanford have been able to correlate mosquito carried illness and ambient temperature!
Life on LAND May Have Thrived in the Pilbara, 3.5Billion Years Ago!!
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, discovery, interesting, investigation, news, research, science, scientists, study )

Mitchell
- 75 days ago - abc.net.au
Life MAY have originated on land, rather than in deep marine hot springs (or both?), and may point the way to further Mars exploration!!
Newly Found Dinosaur Fossil Earns 'Ghostbusters' Name - Video
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, design, discovery, dinosaurs, environment, history, interesting, news, research, science, scientists, world )

Caree
- 76 days ago - usatoday.com
The "Zuul cruvirastator"'s fossil is one of the most intact skeleton of the species ever recovered and Dan Akyord really digs it. When scientists needed a name for a newfound dinosaur with wicked horns and protruding spikes, they knew exactly who to call
India's 'Fruit of the Gods' Could Make Solar Cells Cheaper and More Efficient
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, Institute of Technology, india, fruits, fruit juices, Solar Cells, discovery, environment, humans, news, science, research, study, technology, world )

Lone
- 77 days ago - ecowatch.com
Scientists at the Institute of Technology (IIT)-Roorkee in India are investigating if commonly available fruits and fruit juices could help make solar cells cheaper and more efficient.
Study Finds Hundreds of Thousands of Tropical Species at Risk of Extinction Due to Deforestation
Environment  (tags: animals, endangered, ecosystems, deforestation, habitat loss, destruction, environment, wildlife, world, science, research, humans, protection, habitatdestruction, habitat )

AWAY AWHI
- 78 days ago - news.mongabay.com
New research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences provides further evidence that, even if we havenâEUR(TM)t already entered a sixth era of species extinction on a global scale, it may yet be imminent
No Science = No Wildlife: Thank a Scientist! PETITION
Animals  (tags: animals, wildlife, protection, science )

Anna
- 79 days ago - wcs.org
I supported the March for Science because science is essential to the survival of wildlife. Thanks to the hard work of dedicated scientists like you, we're constantly discovering more about how to save nature and protect animals in the last wild places
BBC - Earth - There Are Diseases Hidden in Ice, and They Are Waking Up
Science & Tech  (tags: Climate Change, Permafrost, Pathogens, discovery, environment, science, technology, research, world, climate, ancient, health, history, medicine )

Cat
- 80 days ago - bbc.com
In a word, terrifying. Long-dormant bacteria and viruses, trapped in ice and permafrost for centuries, are reviving as Earth's climate warms
Scientists Carry Out Full Head Transplant on Rats in Preparation for First Human Head Transplant
Animals  (tags: news, science, scientists, rats, head transplant, preparation for first human transplant )

Rosie
- 82 days ago - independent.co.uk
During the procedure, the head of a smaller rat was attached to the body of a larger rodent. Rather than simply replacing the head, the team attached the donor head to the body of the larger rat, creating an animal with two heads.
Why the EPA Should Resist Pressure From Pesticide Makers and Stick By Its Science
Green Lifestyle  (tags: environment, protection, science )

Anna
- 87 days ago - audubon.org
An enormous body of research shows that organophosphate pesticides adversely affect endangered birds and other wildlife. Pesticide manufacturers prefer the Environmental Protection Agency ignore it.
Scientists Unlock the Key to Turning Algae Into Oil - Good News Network
Green Lifestyle  (tags: energy, science, technology, goodnews, CoolStuff, coolstuff )

Glenn
- 95 days ago - goodnewsnetwork.org
Half of the biomass in the world is located underwater âEUR" and since its more renewable than its land-based counterparts, it could be the oil of the future.
Pets Not Only Provide Unconditional Love But Can Reduce Disease Risk
Health & Wellness  (tags: Anxiety, Blood Pressure, Cardiovascular Diseases, Cat Ownership, Children, Dog Ownership, Health Benefits, National Survey, Pain, Pet Adoption, Physical Healthdisease, health, science )

Debbie
- 95 days ago - health.wikinut.com
TheyâEUR(TM)re cute, cuddly and provide unconditional love and championship, but dogs and cats provide with more than ultimate cuteness. They can provide us with both emotional and physical benefits, Learn about the health benefits of pets.
Speeding Asteroid Will Not Hit Earth on Wednesday, But Will Come Close. Video
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, discovery, habitat, humans, interesting, nasa, research, science, scientists, space, study, technology, world )

Caree
- 96 days ago - msn.com
Speeding Asteroid Will Not Hit Earth on Wednesday, April 19th...But Will Come Close.
Space Tails: 'CatStronauts' Meow Boldly Through the Cosmos
Offbeat  (tags: bizarre, books, cats, children, funny, goodnews, humor, interesting, NASA, off-beat, pictures, science, unusual )

Rosemary
- 96 days ago - space.com
A new breed of fictional space travelers is blasting off into the cosmos. They're furry, fun and fantastically hilarious âEUR" meet the CatStronauts! The new graphic novel series "CatStronauts" combines some of the world's favorite pets with real space
First Woman in Space Opens Personal Exhibition at London's Science Museum
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, history, humans, space, science )

Marty
- 97 days ago - rbth.com
On March 15, London's Science Museum opens the exhibition, Valentina Tereshkova: First Woman in Space. Tereshkova will personally open the exhibition that features her biography, starting from work in a factory and parachute jumping as a hobby...

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