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Losing Snow in a Changing Climate WHAT GLOBAL WARMING MEANS FOR OUR WATER SUPPLIES Story By Ian James and Photographs By Jay Cal
Science & Tech  (tags: men, women, children, science, technology, research, safety, performance, New Technology, sustainable, technology, environment, eco-friendly, ecosystems )

Ruth
- 97 days ago - desertsun.com
Losing snow in a changing climate WHAT GLOBAL WARMING MEANS FOR OUR WATER SUPPLIES Story by Ian James and photographs by Jay Calderon, The Desert Sun | April 14, 2016 //please enjoy this website.
WOMEN ATTACK! A Scientific Argentina, at the Forefront of World Science
Science & Tech  (tags: women, investigation, research, science, safety, world, technology, study )

Pablo
- 119 days ago - fwis.fr
Andrea Gamarnik yesterday received the L'Oréal-Unesco international award for Women in Science for her studies of dengue virus; The award is given every year to the five most prominent researchers of the moment.
While You Sleep, Your Smartphone Could Help Cure Cancer
Science & Tech  (tags: cure. app, science, Dr Warren Kaplan, research, technology, cancer, cell, Android Apps, health, women )

Mari
- 252 days ago - bbc.co.uk
Scientists say that if 1,000 people use the app, they could crunch data 30 times faster than their current rate. :)
Let Congress Know You Care About Moms and Kids Everywhere
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, ethics, protection, children, family, women, society )

Julie
- 265 days ago - capwiz.com
Let Congress know you care about moms and kids everywhere.
Meet 12 Badass ScientistsâEUR¦Who Also Happen to Be Women âEUR" TED Fellows âEUR" Medium
Science & Tech  (tags: STEM, Ted Fellows, scientists, sexism, society, world, Women, Female Scientists, science, research )

Cat
- 287 days ago - medium.com
Sisters doing if for themselves & all of us. What do you see when you picture a scientist? Is it a white man in a lab coat? This portrait will smash that stereotype to bits.
Roundup Is An Endocrine Disruptor âEUR" New Study Submitted By Food Democracy Now on August 19, 2015 - 10:16am
Science & Tech  (tags: science, scientists, research, ecosystem, mankind, men, women, children, performance, safety, society, GeneticEngineering, concept, environment, climate, business, habitat, animals )

Ruth
- 331 days ago - fooddemocracynow.org
'The glyphosate-based herbicide Roundup is an endocrine (hormone) disruptor..a new study shows.'...'Since no safe dose has been established for Roundup with regard to endocrine disrupting effects, it should be banned.'(opinion conclusion)
Six Women Whose Groundbreaking Discoveries Forever Changed How We Understand the World
Science & Tech  (tags: history, women, science, technology )

Teresa
- 477 days ago - takepart.com
Though historically outnumbered by men in the science professions, women have made major contributions that advance our understanding of our universe, our planet, and ourselves. And as more STEM education initiatives are embraced, we are sure to witness e
Einstein's Letter Defending Marie Curie Reveals How Long Trolls Have Slut-Shamed Women
Science & Tech  (tags: women, society, rights, education, freedoms, scientists, discovery )

Wilde
- 594 days ago - alternet.org
The great physicist was outraged at the cruel rumor mill.
These 10 Female Israeli Tech Leaders Will Blow You Away
Science & Tech  (tags: Women, Israeli technology )

David
- 799 days ago - nocamels.com
James Brown sang "this is a man's world," but as these top ten key women in Israel's booming technology scene show, that couldn't be further from the truth.
Solar Industry, Steel Workers Applaud Obama's Climate Change Initiatives BY: EDGAR MEZA 26. JUNE 2013 |
Science & Tech  (tags: thank you, energy, environment, science, research, safety, scientists, men, women, children, inventions, Gizmos, habitat, health, tech, performance, concept, design )

Ruth
- 947 days ago - pv-magazine.com
"The U.S. currently has an installed cumulative solar electric capacity of more than 8.5 GW - enough to power more than 1.3 million homes, Resch explained, pointing out that in the first quarter of 2013, more than 48% of new electricity...was solar." TY
How Men's Brains Are Wired Differently Than Women's
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, interesting, research, study, brains, men, women, differences )

Giana
- 965 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Men aren't from Mars and women aren't from Venus, but their brains really are wired differently, a new study suggests.
Finally, Buildings Are Going Net- Zero Water With Composting Toilets Lloyd Alter Design / Bathroom Design April 29, 2011
Science & Tech  (tags: water, research, men, women, children, science, scientists, society, safety, health, environment, NewTechnology, technology, performance, habitat, tech, world )

Ruth
- 984 days ago - treehugger.com
"Water and sewage piping are the arteries and veins of our cities, requiring huge investment in infrastructure and maintenance. But have the technology both to collect and clean rainwater, and deal with human waste locally, to go "off-pipe"..is beginning"
VIRAL ACTION NEEDED "Animal Testing" Label Placed on Product Packaging: Brazil
Science & Tech  (tags: activists, world, violence, safety, sadness, law, internet, health, obituary, news, murder, politics, rights, interesting, fashion, culture, corruption, women, money, dishonesty, corruption, business, cover-up, abuse, lies, consumers, treatment, preventio )

Kelly
- 996 days ago - secure.avaaz.org
The animals can not defend themselves, especially when the laws favor companies that only seek to profit ... With this petition, we will at least identify the companies that use innocent beings for testing,
Women Made Oldest Cave Art
Science & Tech  (tags: archaeology, discovery, investigation, research, cave art, women )

Giana
- 1020 days ago - news.nationalgeographic.com
Were the First Artists Mostly Women?Women made most of the oldest-known cave art paintings, suggests a new analysis of ancient handprints. Most scholars had assumed these ancient artists were predominantly men, so the finding overturns.
Unearthed Peruvian Tomb Confirms That Women Ruled Over Brutal Ancient Culture
Science & Tech  (tags: archaeology, discovery, Peru, ancient tomb, Moche, interesting, ruled, women )

Giana
- 1063 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Archaeologists digging in an ancient Peruvian tomb have unearthed a skeleton, confirming that a mysterious people known as the Moche were ruled by a succession of queens that presided over a brutal and ritualistic society.
 

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