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Scientists Trace Ebola Outbreak to a Tree Where Children Play
Science & Tech  (tags: science, scientists, Ebola Outbreak, children, fruit bats, research, study, news, humans, environment, investigation, interesting )

Carrie
- 28 days ago - washingtonpost.com
According to research published Tuesday by the Robert Koch-Institute, fruit bats are almost certainly to blame for the current Ebola outbreak, which has claimed 7,800 lives so far.
This Is a Extra Special Year for "Super Moons"
Science & Tech  (tags: science, research, super-moons, astronomy )

Cal
- 199 days ago - enn.com
If you thought one supermoon was bright, how about three? The full Moons of summer 2014-July 12th, August 10th, and Sept. 9th-will all be supermoons.
Did Scientists Just Solve The Bee Collapse Mystery?
Science & Tech  (tags: Bees, hive collapse, discovery, GeneticEngineering, investigation, research, science )

Kit
- 252 days ago - motherjones.com
What makes the new Harvard study remarkable is that it actually simulated colony collapse disorder.
Autumnal Equinox 2013: Why First Day Of Fall Arrives On September 22
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, Autumnal Equinox, seasons, First day of Fall, Earth, Sun, rotation )

Diane
- 492 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
The seasons will change this Sunday (Sept. 22), with the Northern Hemisphere moving into autumn and the South emerging from winter into spring.
Video: Coleman's Coralroot in the Santa Rita Mountains
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, interesting, investigation, science, scientists, discovery, environment )

JL
- 571 days ago - biologicaldiversity.org
oleman's coralroot is a stunning purple orchid that exists in only a few mountain ranges in the Southwest. Fewer than 200 are known to exist in the wild, and they remain a mystery:Biologists don't even know how the flowers are pollinated, largely because
First Functioning Human Organ Made of Induced Stem Cells
Science & Tech  (tags: body, discovery, health, investigation, liver, NewTechnology, science, stem cells )

Kit
- 571 days ago - blogs.discovermagazine.com
A team of Japanese researchers has created the first functioning human organ, a liver, from induced pluripotent stem cells.
Video:Doctors Take A Long Shot And Inject HIV Into Dying Girl. The Reason Why Will Amaze You.
Science & Tech  (tags: children, death, ethics, health, healthcare, illness, interesting, medicine, discovery )

JL
- 585 days ago - upworthy.com
I can't believe I just watched a team of real doctors inject a 6-year-old girl with a deadly disease... and smiled. Who knew something called a "serial killer" cell could bring so much unforgettable joy and happiness?-Ray Flores
How I Rediscovered the Oldest Zero in History
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, concept, design, discovery, humans, history, investigation, research, science, scientists, society, space, study, technology )

Kit
- 612 days ago - blogs.discovermagazine.com
The oldest zero in India with a confirmed date is from the mid-ninth century, and found in the Chatur-bujha temple in the city of Gwalior.
Some Plastics Should Be Classified as Hazardous, Scientists Say
Science & Tech  (tags: conservation, destruction, environment, habitat, healthconditions, nature, oceans, pollution, protection, Sustainabililty, wildlife, world, water, science, research, scientists, society, investigation, interesting, environment, concept, science, study )

JL
- 704 days ago - biologicaldiversity.org
A team of 10 scientists has come up with an idea of how to make that happen: reclassify the most harmful plastic waste as hazardous material. That simple adjustment, the scientistswrite in the journal Nature, could trigger sweeping changes in how enviro
The Surprising Brain Differences Between Democrats and Republicans
Science & Tech  (tags: research, science, scientists, society, investigation, discovery, concept, interesting, humans, study )

JL
- 708 days ago - motherjones.com
Two new studies further support the theory that our political decision making could have a neurological basis.
 
 
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