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Center for Science in the Public Interest
Thu Apr 10 13:46:42 2014 GMT

  • Walmart to Expand Organic Offerings
  • Soda Sales Slump for 9th Year, Says Beverage Digest
  • Maryland Bills Would Improve Nutritional Quality of Kids' Meals, Protect Kids from Dangerous Ene...
  • Decisions, Decisions: Healthiest Choice at Restaurant Chains Isn't Always Obvious
  • FDA Announcement Signals Eventual End to Artificial Trans Fat
  • Soda Spending Helps Sink Tax Proposal in Telluride
  • Mexican Senate Passes Tax on Soda
  • Sesame Workshop to Promote Vegetables and Fruits
  • Campaign to Get Dyes Out of M&M's Gains Momentum
  • Health Watchdog Group Launches
  • Food Day Shines Spotlight on Local Solutions to Problems with Food System
  • 4,000 Events Expected Thursday for 3rd Annual Food Day
  • Health Groups to Katy Perry: "Please Stop" Marketing Pepsi
  • Young Chefs Get Cooking in Food Day Events Across the Country
  • Mars Should Stop Harming Kids by Coloring M&M's with Artificial Food Dyes, Says CSPI
  • McDonald's Clarifies Plan to Remove Soda from Happy Meals
  • Government Shutdown is Urgent Public Health Issue
  • Outbreak of Salmonella from Foster Farms Chicken Sickens Nearly 300 and Hospitalizes 42 Percent
  • Concerned Scientists: Scientific Integrity
    Tue Mar 25 20:48:40 2014 GMT
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  • Scientific Integrity: Let Science Do Its Job
  • Voices of Federal Food Safety Scientists and Inspectors
  • List of all Scientific Integrity pages
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  • A Letter from Biologists to the United States Senate Concerning Science in the Endangered Species Ac...
  • Report Abuses of Science
  • 2013 Cartoon Contest Contestants: Cartoon All-Stars
  • 2013 UCS Editorial Cartoon Contest Winner
  • The 2013 UCS Editorial Cartoon Contest: Cartoon All-Stars
  • EPA Findings on Hydraulic Fracturing Deemed “Unsupportable”
  • Timeline: Legal Harassment of Climate Scientist Michael Mann
  • Federal Agency Scientific Integrity Policies
  • Thank You for Voting
  • Grading Government Transparency
  • Media Policies at Federal Agencies
  • Freedom to Speak?
  • Federal Media Policy Survey Confirmation
  • 2012 Cartoon Contest Contestants
  • Evolution News
    Tue Apr 15 10:46:28 2014 GMT
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  • Rock-paper-scissors model helps researchers demonstrate benefits of high mutation rates
  • Symbiosis between beewolves and their protective bacteria originated millions of years ago, study shows
  • Does germ plasm accelerate evolution?
  • Breakthrough DNA study could slow big cat extinction
  • La Brea Tar Pit fossil research shows climate change drove evolution of Ice Age predators
  • Extinctions reduces speciation
  • 'Homo' is the only primate whose tooth size decreases as its brain size increases
  • Scientists identify factors limiting hybridization of closely-related woodrat species
  • Genetic markers provide unprecedented primate link in human evolution
  • Bighead carp evolve from 5 to 150 centimeters in 37 million years
  • Biologists revisit Janzen's theory of microbe-macrobe competition with new variable
  • Natural selection has altered the appearance of Europeans over the past 5,000 years
  • Biologists zero in on role of plasticity in evolution
  • Testis size matters for genome evolution
  • Anthropologist's new book explores how apes and humans evolved side by side
  • 'Oddball science' has proven worth, say biologists
  • Marine scientists identify lobsters' ancestors
  • Graduate student makes major discovery about seal evolution
  • Federation of American Scientists
    Tue Apr 16 01:45:44 2013 GMT
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  • Genetics News
    Sun Apr 20 19:44:20 2014 GMT
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  • Proteins conspire to make breast cancer cells resistant to drug treatment
  • Multitarget TB drug could treat other diseases, evade resistance
  • Target for treating dengue fever discovered
  • Malaria pathogen's cellular skeleton under super-microscope
  • Gene variant raises risk for aortic tear, rupture
  • First genetic link discovered to difficult-to-diagnose breast cancer sub-type
  • Deadly human pathogen Cryptococcus fully sequenced
  • Gene variant increases risk of colorectal cancer from eating processed meat
  • Progressive neurodegenerative disorder linked to R-loop formation
  • Live cell imaging reveals distinct alterations of subcellular glutathione potentials
  • Mutant enzyme RECQ4 connected to cancer's 'Warburg effect'
  • Trisomy 21: How an extra little chromosome throws entire genome off balance
  • Refining language for chromosomes
  • Discovery could lead to novel therapies for Fragile X syndrome
  • Dual role: Key cell division proteins also power up mitochondria
  • Surprise: Lost stem cells naturally replaced by non-stem cells, fly research suggests
  • Structure of sodium channels different than previously believed
  • Rapid, accurate mRNA detection in plant tissues
  • LiveScience
    Sun Apr 20 22:44:43 2014 GMT
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  • Russia, Ukraine, and Europe are Tied by Gas Dependency
  • 7 Things You Need To Know About Cancer
  • Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week
  • Searching Underwater for MH370 is a Shot in the Dark (Op-Ed)
  • Searching High and Low for Dark Matter (Q+A)
  • Improbable Resurrections: 5 Real Cases of Coming Back to Life
  • Animal Sex: How Elephants Do It
  • Wow! The Most Amazing Images in Science This Week
  • A Swell New View: Satellites Can Monitor Volcanoes
  • Science Suggests 'The Dog' Doesn't Exist (Op-Ed)
  • Beware the Lure of the Bunnies (Op-Ed)
  • Kindle vs. Books? Children Just Don't See It That Way (Op-Ed)
  • Australian Endangered Species: Largetooth Sawfish
  • The Easter Bunny Tale: Fun Fiction or Harmful Myth? (Op-Ed)
  • Keeping Time: Why 60 Minutes?
  • Pot of Gold: Innovation Helps Cannabis Industry Flourish
  • Huge Antarctic Iceberg Drifts Out to Sea (Time-Lapse Video)
  • Changing Earth: 7 Ideas to Geoengineer Our Planet
  • NPR Health and Science
    Sun Apr 20 22:45:08 2014 GMT
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  • A Scientific Experiment: Field Trips Just For Teachers
  • Far From 'Infinitesimal': A Mathematical Paradox's Role In History
  • Ancient Landscape Is Found Under 2 Miles Of Ice In Greenland
  • So This Is How They Do It! Zebras Getting Stripes
  • One Scientist's Quest To Vanquish Epileptic Seizures
  • Pipeline Put Off, As Keystone Review Is Indefinitely Extended
  • Japan Says It Will Temporarily Scale Back Whale Hunt
  • 'Completely Unique': Cave-Dwelling Female Insects Have Penises
  • Even Chimps Know That A Firm Bed Makes For Quality Sleep
  • Got A Hobby? Might Be A Smart Professional Move
  • Scientists Spot A Planet That Looks Like 'Earth's Cousin'
  • Chili Say What? Linguistics Help Pinpoint Pepper's Origins
  • First Embryonic Stem Cells Cloned From A Man's Skin
  • 'Why Am I Dead?' He Never Asked. Here's The Answer He Never Heard
  • Plant Breeders Release First 'Open Source Seeds'
  • Quantum Physics News
    Fri Apr 18 22:45:50 2014 GMT
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  • Physicists design quantum switches which can be activated by single photons
  • Interview with Gerhard Rempe about the fascination of and prospects for quantum information technology
  • Progress in the fight against quantum dissipation
  • Micro-macro entangled 'cat states' could one day test quantum gravity
  • A quantum logic gate between light and matter
  • Researchers bolster development of programmable quantum computers
  • New 'switch' could power quantum computing
  • Quantum melting
  • Physicists create lightning in the race to develop quantum technology microchip
  • Quantum photon properties revealed in another particle—the plasmon
  • Quantum cryptography for mobile phones
  • A cure for clashing qubits: Researchers successfully entangle different-color photons
  • Physics researchers provide new insights into quantum dynamics and quantum chaos
  • Record quantum entanglement of multiple dimensions
  • Quantum cryptography: Keeping your secrets secret
  • Einstein's 'spooky' theory may lead to ultra-secure internet
  • Researchers see Kelvin wave on quantum 'tornado' for first time
  • Hunt for an 'unidentified electron object'
  • Science Daily
    Sun Apr 20 19:45:11 2014 GMT
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  • NASA completes LADEE mission with planned impact on moon's surface
  • Immune cells to be tested on the International Space Station
  • SpaceX-3 launches science cargo to International Space Station
  • Counterfeit contraceptives found in South America
  • Treating depression in Parkinson's Disease patients: New research
  • Researchers rethink 'natural' habitat for wildlife
  • MRI, on a molecular scale: System could one day peer into the atomic structure of individual molecules
  • Religious music brings benefit to seniors' mental health
  • Finding turns neuroanatomy on its head: Researchers present new view of myelin
  • No-till soil organic carbon sequestration rates published
  • Proteins conspire to make breast cancer cells resistant to drug treatment
  • Future heat waves pose risk for population of Greater London
  • ADHD: Scientists discover brain's anti-distraction system
  • 'Dressed' laser aimed at clouds may be key to inducing rain, lightning
  • Tissue scarring in scleroderma: New clues
  • Plants with dormant seeds give rise to more species
  • Better way to deal with bad memories suggested
  • 'Exotic' material is like a switch when super thin
  • Science Fiction in the News
    Sat Apr 19 22:45:37 2014 GMT
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  • Bookies Let You Place Your Bets On the Future!
  • How Do Americans See The Future Of Technology?
  • Flying Graffiti Drone Will Alter The Urban Landscape
  • Should Autonomous Cars Have Feelings About Crashes?
  • M-Block Modular Robots Assemble Themselves
  • Augmented Reality Ship's Bridge From Rolls Royce
  • Artificial Blood From Factories
  • Wrigley's Anti-Impotence Chewing Gum
  • Arcology Now Universal Constructor
  • MisTable Fog Display Like SeaQuest DSV
  • Full-Size Invisibility Cloak Now Possible
  • Bioengineered Muscle Grows In Mice
  • Self-Assembling Nanoparticles Move Like Tiny Gears
  • PredPol Predicting Crime As It Happens
  • UK Internet Filters Default To 'Family-Friendly'
  • NASA Gives Away Rocket Code - For Dads
  • Automated Planet Finder Telescope Starts The Hunt
  • Crabster CR200 Robot Prowls The Deep
  • Scientific American
    Sun Apr 20 16:46:06 2014 GMT
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  • What Is the Deep Web?
  • Biodiversity Survives Extinctions For Now
  • NSF Pulls Support for Quake Observatory
  • White Dwarf Acts as Cosmic Magnifying Glass
  • Is Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity for Real?
  • X-ray Method Could Improve Nuclear Screening
  • U.S. Extends Keystone XL Pipeline Comment Period, Delaying Final Decision
  • Telescope Apps Help Amateurs Hunt for Exoplanets
  • Broadcast TV Streamer Aereo Fights For Legal Life
  • Morning Light Exposure Tied To Lower Weight
  • How Social Media Exposes Us to Predators and Other Online Bottom-Feeders [Excerpt]
  • Climbing Mount Everest: Base Camp Bound, After a Glacial Detour
  • Japan Will Conduct Pacific Whale Hunt in Wake of Court Ruling
  • Uniter of Sperm and Egg Is Found
  • 4 Years after BP's Gulf Oil Spill, Compensation Battle Rages
  • Twin Earth May Be Better Than Earth for Life
  • First Earth-Size Planet That Could Support Life Found
  • Female Insect Uses Spiky Penis to Take Charge
  • SciScoop
    Thu Jan 9 14:47:37 2014 GMT
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  • Train your Gmail to jog your memory in the new year
  • An Animated Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States
  • An online data journalism webinar
  • Coal dust and sea spray
  • Most Important Torrent Site in Years to Take the Internet By Storm
  • bigMouth at Christmas
  • Unphotoshop – Barbie Model Photoshopped into Santa Claus
  • Metallic recipe for disaster
  • Coughs and sneezes spread diseases
  • Are the websites you’re using tracking what you type?
  • Seed Magazine
    Wed Apr 4 15:10:03 2012 GMT
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  • Full Steam Ahead on CS-STEM
  • Rethinking Growth
  • Starting Over
  • The Art of Science Learning
  • World Wide Mind
  • On Discovering Life
  • Buddhism and the Brain
  • On the Freedom of Knowledge
  • On Biotechnology Without Borders
  • On Curing Everything
  • Humans, Version 3.0
  • On Adapting to Sandpiles
  • On Governing by Design
  • On Rethinking IP
  • On Science Publishing
  • On Science Transfer
  • Wild Animal Sex
  • Mapping Science
  • On Peace
  • The Nature of Reality
    Thu Apr 10 22:47:36 2014 GMT
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  • Is There Anything Beyond Quantum Computing?
  • How Many Dimensions Does the Universe Really Have?
  • Do Time Travelers Tweet?
  • The Universe Made Me Do It? Testing “Free Will” With Distant Quasars
  • First Direct Evidence of Cosmic Inflation
  • Quantum Biology: Better Living Through Quantum Mechanics
  • Video: 2.5 Ways to Die in a Black Hole
  • Stephen Hawking Serves Up Scrambled Black Holes
  • Will We Ever Know the True Nature of Dark Energy?
  • Journey Into the Dark Realm

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