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NRC To Study Impact Of Wind Development On Birds, Bats in News Departments > New & Noteworthy
Science & Tech  (tags: research, safety, performance, science, study, NewTechnology, habitat, energy, wildlife, water, ecosystems, nature, protection, concept, design, business )

Ruth
- 204 days ago - nawindpower.com
"NRC will lead stakeholders from the wind energy industry, natural resource agencies, conservation groups and the research community in a series of workshops to consider migratory patterns and standardized methods to evaluate.. potential impacts of wind"
Japan Mulls Nuclear Revival Not Even 3 Years After Fukushima
Science & Tech  (tags: energy, nuclear energy, Japan, Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, post-Fukushima, nuclear revival, carbon emissions, climate change )

Brian
- 207 days ago - science.time.com
"Prime Minister Shinzo Abe proposes re-opening plants shuttered after disaster."
'Big Data' the Next Big Thing - Science - NZ Herald News
Science & Tech  (tags: business, computer, internet, investigation, NewTechnology, research, study, tech )

Dianne
- 1028 days ago - nzherald.co.nz
he trend has spawned a new occupation: data scientist. The first summit for data scientists was held in Las Vegas in May and if you're thinking of retraining, or looking for a new career, you could do a lot worse. A recent report from the McKinsey
The Rise of Man Made Meat?Dutch Researchers Are Soon to Unveil Meat They Have Grown From the Stem Cells of Cows. It Doesn't Soun
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, science, food, meat, manmade meat, synthetic food )

Beatrice
- 1121 days ago - lovefood.com
Dutch researchers are soon to unveil meat they have grown from the stem cells of cows. It doesn't sound too appetising but, when we're told that traditional meat production methods are decimating the environment,could test tube meat really be about to
German Researchers: Toxic Substance in Flask Belonging to Ancient Egypt's Hatshepsut
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, history, ancient, poison, ointment, queen, Egypt, Hatshepsut )

Pia
- 1127 days ago - washingtonpost.com
A German university said Friday that researchers have discovered a carcinogenic substance in a flask of lotion believed to have belonged to Queen Hatshepsut, who ruled Egypt 3,500 years ago, raising a possibility she may have accidentally poisoned herself
100% Wind and Solar Powered Billboards Come to London, New York & Sydney
Science & Tech  (tags: Solar Powered, wind, turbines )

Suzane
- 1145 days ago - treehugger.com
This week, office solutions company Ricoh unveiled what it is calling the "eco-board" - a billboard powered entirely by solar and wind power in London. Situated on the M4 motorway, the billboard is equipped with 96 solar panels and five wind turbines
Russia Space Telescope Looks to Distant Suns
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, telescopes, deep space observatory, space, solar system, Milky Way, galaxies, RadioAstron, Spektr-R )

Pia
- 1160 days ago - timeslive.co.za
Russia's national space agency Roskosmos has launched a space observation radio telescope capable of viewing distant solar systems and the edge of the Milky Way galaxy.
Scientists Find 'Better Way' to Grow Adult Stem Cells
Science & Tech  (tags: medicine, biotechnology, science, discovery, stem cells, stem cell research, cell cultures )

Pia
- 1159 days ago - bbc.co.uk
A new plastic surface which overcomes the difficulties associated with growing adult stem cells has been developed, according to scientists. Standard surfaces have proved limited for growing large amounts and retaining the cells' useful characteristics.
Nasa Picks Deep-Space Astronaut Ship
Science & Tech  (tags: Space exploraton, astronomy, interesting, news )

SAM LOVES
- 1211 days ago - bbc.co.uk
Nasa has confirmed that the vehicle it will use to send astronauts to places like asteroids will be based on its Orion capsule concept. Orion was the ship being built to return America to the Moon before the project was cancelled last year by President B
Merchants of Doubt | Urgent Read!
Science & Tech  (tags: climate-change denial, science, corruption )

Elle
- 1170 days ago - merchantsofdoubt.org
How a handful of scientist obscured the truth | "A well-documented, pulls-no-punches account of how science works and how political motives can hijack the process by which scientific information is disseminated to the public."--Kirkus Reviews
 
 
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