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How To Watch This Weekend's Mysterious Geminids Meteor Shower
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, astronomy, history, humans, meteors, research, science, scientists, study, world )

Caree
- 6 days ago - msn.com
This weekend is the last major meteor shower of the year -- the Geminids meteor shower -- and experts suspect it will be quite a show. The best time to watch will be coming up this weekend when the sky will come alive with hundreds of shooting stars ...
FINDING "LOST" LANGUAGES IN THE BRAIN
Science & Tech  (tags: languages, brain, sounds, discovery, humans, research, science, society, study )

Lone
- 7 days ago - mcgill.ca
The infant brain forms representations of language sounds, but we wanted to see whether the brain maintains these representations later in life even if the person is no longer exposed to the language,
Meditation Covers Scientific American November 2014 Issue
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, interesting, science, ancient, health )

Mike
- 23 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
Scientific American's cover story -- written by French Buddhist monk Matthieu Ricard and neuroscientists Antoine Lutz and Richard Davidson -- dives into the latest neuroscience research to look at the ways mindfulness creates changes in the brain.
Hi Ho Hi Ho It's Off To Climate Denier Ted Cruz Is Poised to Become a Lead Senator on Science
Science & Tech  (tags: Ted Cruz, National Science Foundation, NASA, White House Office of Science and Techno, climate denier )

Dandelion
- 41 days ago - newrepublic.com
Texas Senator Ted Cruz, climate denier, may be next-in-line to become chair of the Subcommittee on Science and Space, which oversees agencies like the National Science Foundation, NASA, and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.
Invasion of the Data Snatchers
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, ACLU, private companies, government, data snatchers, petition )

Dandelion
- 54 days ago - aclu.org
New technologies are making it easier for private companies and the government to learn about everything we do - in our homes, in our cars, in stores, and within our communities.
DNA Analysis Used To Trap Tree Thieves
Science & Tech  (tags: Canada, British Columbia, DNA, trees, unauthorized loggers, old growth, thieves )

Dandelion
- 79 days ago - science.gc.ca
Timber is taken illegally from Crown land, private land and ecological reserves. Catching these unauthorized loggers red-handed as they harvest old-growth timber would be ideal and DNA can lead to convictions which will help to stop this from happening.
The Mounting Google Glass Rebellion
Science & Tech  (tags: Google glass, NewTechnology, interesting, society, humans )

Cal
- 102 days ago - theweek.com
In an age of constant connectivity, it's heartening to see techies taking time to unplug
Insensitivity of Primate Researchers Exposed By Government Committee - Via Animal Aid
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, Research, Primates, Monkeys, UK, Animal Cruelty, Suffering, Death, Ethical concerns, Ethics )

Victoria
- 133 days ago - animalaid.org.uk
The Animals in Science Committee (ASC) that advises the UK Government on vivisection published in November 2013, the 'Cumulative Severity' report, revealing a high level of desensitisation amongst the researchers who failed to recognise primate suffering.
Southeast Marine Mammal Smart Phone Apps
Science & Tech  (tags: stranded marine mammals, find a sick, injured or dead marine mammal, conservation, ecosystems, endangered, healthconditions, wildlife, world, protection, nature, oceans, activists, animaladvocates, animalwelfare, protection, suffering, conservation, whal )

Kelly
- 137 days ago - sero.nmfs.noaa.gov
DOLPHIN AND WHALE 911~ NOAA Fisheries is faced with numerous challenges to enhance the protection, conservation, and management of marine mammals. One of the main challenges is the lack of public awareness about how to report stranded marine mammals.
Animals From Space: Polar Bears, Penguins Tracked Via Satellite
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, polar bears, science, satellites, research, scientists, technology )

Lone
- 143 days ago - news.nationalgeographic.com
In the olden days of scientific research, the only way to know how many buffalo roamed the prairie or monkeys bounced around the rain forest was to trek out there and take a head count.
 
 
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