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A new book shows how not to fall for dubious statistics - Science News

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A new book shows how not to fall for dubious statistics  Science News

The Art of Statistics David Spiegelhalter Basic Books, $32. There are, as the saying goes, three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics. David Spiegelhalter ...

Palmer amaranth's molecular secrets reveal troubling potential - Eu…

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Palmer amaranth's molecular secrets reveal troubling potential  EurekAlert

Corn, soybean, and cotton farmers shudder at the thought of Palmer amaranth invading their fields. The aggressive cousin of waterhemp - itself a formidable ...

SharpieGate in the Broader Context of the Trump Administration's At…

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SharpieGate in the Broader Context of the Trump Administration's Attacks on Science  Union of Concerned Scientists

Last week, we all learned more about President Trump mis-stating a hurricane forecast then forcing his administration to cover for his obvious error, now widely ...

In 'Wildhood,' Scientists See Similarities In Adolescent Humans And…

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In 'Wildhood,' Scientists See Similarities In Adolescent Humans And Other Animals  NPR

Understanding the lives of animals can illuminate our own, and those of loved adolescents in our lives too. But Barbara Natterson-Horowitz and Kathryn Bowers ...

“The Patterns that Form Us” at Next Clarkson University Science Caf…

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“The Patterns that Form Us” at Next Clarkson University Science Cafe  Clarkson University News

“The Patterns that Form Us” will be presented by Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Biology Ginger Hunter at the next Clarkson University Science Cafe ...

James Cameron disputes Victor Vescovo's record for deepest ocean di…

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James Cameron disputes Victor Vescovo's record for deepest ocean dive  Popular Science

I'd like to set the record straight: The bottom of the Eastern Pool where Victor and I both dove is deadass flat,” James Cameron explains.

Correction: Science Cafe-Biocontainment Unit story - KTIV

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Correction: Science Cafe-Biocontainment Unit story  KTIV

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — In a story Sept. 15 about an event discussing Nebraska Medicine's biocontainment unit that treated several people with the Ebola virus.

A rocky road to science and diplomacy in the Middle East - DW (Engl…

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A rocky road to science and diplomacy in the Middle East  DW (English)

Ask a physicist "what's a synchrotron?"… and they'll call it a huge light bulb. Synchrotrons let scientists see the smallest things — from material details in the ...

Scientists' Advice to People Living in Coastal Areas? Move. - Truthout

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Scientists' Advice to People Living in Coastal Areas? Move.  Truthout

Scientists' direst climate predictions have often turned out to be underestimations.

UT McClung Museum Opens Science in Motion Exhibition - Tennessee Today

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UT McClung Museum Opens Science in Motion Exhibition  Tennessee Today

The McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture at UT, presents an investigation of the relationship between art, science, and photography with its new ...


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