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Half Of America's Scientists Have Laid People Off Thanks To Budget Cuts
Science & Tech  (tags: news, economy, sequestration, scientists, study, safety, humans, medicine, research, technology )

CarrieSIC
- 450 days ago - thinkprogress.org
Sequestration, on top of other budget cuts over the years, has meant that nearly half of respondents to a new survey of 3,700 scientists have laid people off or expect to soon, while more than half have had a colleague who lost a job or expects to...
The Reality Wars - A Documentary Film
Science & Tech  (tags: The Reality Wars, Documentary Film, (h)ac(k)tivists, activists, journalist, Vivien Lesnik Weisman, Barrett Brown, Jeremy Hammond, The Snowden Effect )

Dandelion
- 467 days ago - kickstarter.com
The battlefield is the Internet. Whoever wins the Internet wins the war. The Reality Wars are being fought all around us. The US government and the mainstream media do not want us to know what's really going on. Take a stand and fund The Reality Wars.
12 Innovations From The 1950s That We Still Use Today (PHOTOS)
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, humans, business, discoveries, society, world, research, medicine, health, design, interesting, history, concept, tech, science )

CarrieSIC
- 500 days ago - buzzfeed.com
While we tend to associate the '50s with sock hops, Elvis, and The Golden Age of Television, it also happened to be a decade that greatly improved our lives.
Skype's Heart-Warming New Ad Campaign Brings Families Together
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, NewTechnology, world, society, computers, news, interesting, internet )

CarrieSIC
- 508 days ago - designtaxi.com
Skype recently teamed up with ad agency Pereira & O'Dell and Singaporean artist John Clang to produce a heart-warming ad campaign that features a series of unique "family portraits".
Expedition To Find The New Guinea Singing Dog: The Rarest Dog In The World
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, research, study, world, discovery, interesting, investigation )

CarrieSIC
- 507 days ago - blogs.scientificamerican.com
The Highland Wild Dog has been woven into the fabric of Papuan culture for thousands of years. It seems each village has a unique story about the elusive wild dog and its importance to their people.
Alzheimer's Research: Map of Brain At Cellular Level Should Help Alzheimer's
Science & Tech  (tags: brain mapping, Alzheimer's, computers, discovery, health, medicine, research, science )

Lynn
- 522 days ago - huffingtonpost.ca
In what's being called a landmark development for neuroscience, researchers have created a 3-D digital reconstruction of a complete human brain that for the first time shows the organ's complex anatomy at the cellular level.
Super Moon 2013 Live Stream Tonight June 23
Science & Tech  (tags: Full moon, "super moon", lunar perigee )

Angelika
- 520 days ago - christiantoday.com
WATCH full moon HERE at 9 p.m. ET via space camera [VIDEO] If you didn't catch the super moon last night, there's another chance to see the moon appear at its biggest and brightest tonight.
Glowing Plants: Awesome Kickstarter or Creepy Biotech?
Science & Tech  (tags: glowing plants, biotechnology, synbio, mutations, home projects, research, science )

Nancy
- 530 days ago - motherjones.com
Hoping to give new meaning to the term "natural light," a small group of biotechnology hobbyists and entrepreneurs has started a project to develop plants that glow, potentially leading the way for trees that can replace electric street lamps and potted
A Bad Week for Big Biotech
Science & Tech  (tags: genes, patenting genes, big bio, BRCA1 and BRCA2, Myriad Genetics, ge seafood, ge wheat )

Nancy
- 529 days ago - foe.org
Today many women's rights groups, cancer patients, scientists, and concerned citizens celebrated an enormous victory in the Supreme Court: human genes can no longer be patented by big business!
Electric Avenue: Solar Road Panels Offer Asphalt Alternative
Science & Tech  (tags: energy, renewables, roads, traffic, solar panels, NewTechnology )

Angelika
- 549 days ago - spiegel.de
The idea is as simple as it is ingenious. Wherever roads are laid, solar panels could go instead. They would generate electricity, which would in turn be fed into the grid. Thus, oil is conserved twice
 
 
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