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Scientists Say: Neutrophil - Science News for Students

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Scientists Say: Neutrophil  Science News for Students

This is a type of cell in your immune system — the collection of cells in your body that fight off infections. Neutrophils are the most abundant immune cells in the ...

Proposed Bill C-69 amendments undermine science - Policy Options

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Proposed Bill C-69 amendments undermine science  Policy Options

Amendments to Bill C-69 passed by a Senate committee should be rejected. They will weaken Canada's already deficient environmental assessment regime.

Indian scientists' study show how Vitamin D deficiency can cause he…

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Indian scientists' study show how Vitamin D deficiency can cause heart failure  BusinessLine

A daily dose of sunshine, which stimulates production of Vitamin D in the body, is vital not just for the wellbeing of your bones but may also be good for your ...

Superior: The Return of Race Science by Angela Saini – review - The…

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Superior: The Return of Race Science by Angela Saini – review  The Guardian

This is an urgent, important book. It contains a warning: you thought racism might be on its way out of science? That the arc of society, bending towards more ...

Australian Academy of Science recognises Canberra scientists' groun…

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Australian Academy of Science recognises Canberra scientists' groundbreaking work  The Canberra Times

Work to engineer cooking oil and understand the universe has been recognised.

Malaysia loses its last male Sumatran rhino but there's still hope…

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Malaysia loses its last male Sumatran rhino but there's still hope  Mashable SE Asia

Malaysia has lost its last male Sumatran rhino after it died of old age and organ failure. Named Kertam, the 20-year-old endangered rhino was the last male of its ...

This young Bengaluru entrepreneur is teaching space science & tech…

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This young Bengaluru entrepreneur is teaching space science & tech to India and the world  ThePrint

Bengaluru: With each passing year, humans are increasingly making their presence felt in space and the satellite industry. But this also makes it more imperative ...

There are white panda bears too. This picture proves it. - Mashable…

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There are white panda bears too. This picture proves it.  Mashable SE Asia

Yes, they exist. This cute, cuddly white panda bear is actually an albino. It was photographed at a nature reserve in Sichuan province, southwest China.

Olympian-tested science-driven personalised supplements soon to rea…

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Olympian-tested science-driven personalised supplements soon to reach the mass market  NutraIngredients.com

Three entrepreneurs with a head for data and tech have teamed up with a renowned physician to create a business combining detailed data and ...

Scientists Wanted: Recruited by Juul, Many Researchers Say No - The…

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Scientists Wanted: Recruited by Juul, Many Researchers Say No  The New York Times

Juul needs good science to prove to the F.D.A. that its e-cigarettes offer more benefits than risks. Some researchers say they are loath to take the company's ...


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