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Center for Science in the Public Interest
Thu Aug 21 19:44:01 2014 GMT
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  • New York City Legislation Would Protect Children from Health-Damaging Junk-Food Marketing
  • Time for FDA to Protect Consumers from Dangerous "Quorn" Fungus-based Meat Substitute
  • Food Justice Focus of Fourth Annual Food Day
  • Listing Teaspoons of Added Sugars and Lowering Sodium Value Among CSPI's Recommendations for Nut...
  • New York Court of Appeals Fails to Reinstate Soda-Size Cap
  • Legislation Directs USDA to Protect Consumers from Pathogens on Meat and Poultry
  • Supreme Court Rules Against Coke in False Advertising Suit
  • FDA Approves New Sweetener, Advantame
  • 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 NutritionAction.com
  • Concerned Scientists: Scientific Integrity
    Thu Jul 17 22:50:13 2014 GMT
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  • Surveys of Scientists at Federal Agencies
  • Scientific Integrity in Policy Making (2004)
  • Survey: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Scientists (2005)
  • Summary of National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration Fisheries Service Scientist Survey
  • Voices of Federal Climate Scientists
  • Survey: FDA Scientists (2006)
  • Voices of Federal Food Safety Scientists and Inspectors
  • Voices of EPA Scientists (2007)
  • Scientific Integrity in Policy Making (July 2004)
  • Science in an Age of Scrutiny (2012)
  • Poll: Ideology Should Not Drive Scientific Advice (2004)
  • How Corporations Corrupt Science at the Public's Expense (2012)
  • Freedom to Speak?
  • A Climate of Corporate Control (2012)
  • Report: Federal Science and the Public Good (2008)
  • Science and the Endangered Species Act (2008)
  • Grading Government Transparency (2013)
  • Timeline: Legal Harassment of Climate Scientist Michael Mann
  • Evolution News
    Thu Aug 21 19:44:18 2014 GMT
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  • How hummingbirds evolved to detect sweetness
  • Evolution of marine crocodilians constrained by ocean temperatures
  • Are flexible parents adaptable parents?
  • UMSL scholar examines evolution of learning
  • Study disputes notion that facial symmetry an indicator of health in children
  • Is trophy hunting affecting bighorn sheep evolution? Research says no
  • Reconstructions show how some of the earliest animals lived—and died (w/ Video)
  • How the snake got its venom
  • Scientists create purple-winged butterflies in six generations
  • Study traces evolutionary origins of migration in New World birds
  • Evolutionary explanation for why some lessons more easily learned than others
  • Fruit colours evolved to please picky birds, study says
  • The weird world of nuptial gifts
  • Walking on all fours is not backward evolution, study shows
  • Organismal biologists needed to interpret new trees of life
  • Historian re-constructs Charles Darwin's Beagle library online
  • Dodos and spotted green pigeons are descendants of an island hopping bird
  • How speed restricts evolutionary change of the vertebral column in mammals
  • Federation of American Scientists
    Sat May 31 13:44:48 2014 GMT
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    Genetics News
    Thu Aug 21 22:44:53 2014 GMT
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  • Hot-spring bacteria reveal ability to use far-red light for photosynthesis
  • How hummingbirds evolved to detect sweetness
  • The marmoset animal model recapitulates disease symptoms of MERS infection in humans
  • Cellular biology of colorectal cancer: New Insight
  • How lizards regenerate their tails: Researchers discover genetic 'recipe'
  • Treating pain by blocking the 'chili-pepper receptor'
  • Progress in the fight against harmful fungi
  • Zipper action triggers bacterial invasion: Scientists discover new strategy germs use to invade cells
  • How steroid hormones enable plants to grow
  • Researchers block plant hormone jasmonic acid, observe effect
  • First crystal structure of the C. difficile surface protein Cwp84
  • Zebrafish help unravel Alzheimer's disease
  • The mystery of cell proliferation: Matching histone to DNA
  • How the internal body clock is tuned: New insight
  • Pygmy phenotype developed many times, adaptive to rainforest
  • More than just X and Y: New genetic basis for sex determination
  • Worm virus details come to light
  • 500-million-year reset for immune system
  • LiveScience
    Fri Aug 22 01:45:18 2014 GMT
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  • What is Engineering? | Types of Engineering
  • Space Plane Tech Could Power Hypersonic Aircraft for US Military
  • Sea Plankton on Space Station? Russian Official Claims It's So
  • What the Deep Sea Sounds Like
  • High 'n' Dry: GPS Offers New Way to Measure Drought
  • Has Earth's Missing Heat Been Found?
  • Sickly Coral Reefs Fail the Smell Test
  • The Surprising Reason Hummingbirds Love Sweets
  • Viruses Deflate Huge Algal Blooms at Sea
  • Cured Ebola Patient: 'God Saved My Life'
  • Earth's Eastern Hemisphere Stuns in Photo from Space
  • Women Seeking Flextime Pay Heavier Price Than Men
  • Hot and Getting Hotter: Heat Islands Cooking US Cities
  • Image of the Day
  • Zombies and Prosthetic Limbs? The Many Uses of 3D Scanners
  • New Mineral Hints at Livable Mars
  • Gallery: 3D Scans in Hollywood and Hospitals
  • Awkward! How Facebook Complicates Breakups
  • NPR Health and Science
    Fri Aug 22 07:46:05 2014 GMT
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  • The Dread Factor: Why Ebola And 'Contagion' Scare Us So Much
  • When Venus Was Filled With Venusians — 50 Billion Of Them
  • California Drought Has Wild Salmon Competing With Almonds For Water
  • Sea Lions And Seals Likely Spread Tuberculosis To Ancient Peruvians
  • An Unstoppable Killer: New Research Suggests Cancer Can't Be Eradicated
  • No. 1 Most Expensive Coffee Comes From Elephant's No. 2
  • EPA Wades Into Water Fight With Farmers
  • Why Vegetables Get Freakish In The Land Of The Midnight Sun
  • What Kids' Drawings Say About Their Future Thinking Skills
  • If You're Born In The Sky, What's Your Nationality? An Airplane Puzzler
  • Ebola In The Skies? How The Virus Made It To West Africa
  • Mental Health Cops Help Reweave Social Safety Net In San Antonio
  • Experimental Vaccine For Chikungunya Passes First Test
  • Often On The Move, Restless Elephants Are Tough To Count — And Keep Safe
  • At The Nano Level, Wrinkles Aren't Always A No-No
  • Quantum Physics News
    Thu Aug 21 19:45:27 2014 GMT
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  • X-ray laser probes tiny quantum tornadoes in superfluid droplets
  • Rice physicist emerges as leader in quantum materials research
  • 'Cavity protection effect' helps to conserve quantum information
  • Molecular engineers record an electron's quantum behavior
  • Quantum information meets condensed matter: inside the mind of Xie Chen
  • Quantum engineering
  • Beyond six nines: Ultra-enriched silicon paves the road to quantum computing
  • Quantum simulators explained
  • Electrons moving in a magnetic field exhibit strange quantum behavior
  • Diamonds are a quantum computer's best friend
  • Ion duet offers tunable module for quantum simulator
  • Physicists introduce another quantum animal: The Quantum Pigeon
  • Planting imperfections at specific spots within diamond lattice could advance quantum computing
  • Study explains how Maxwell's demon uses mutual information to extract work
  • MRI for a quantum simulation
  • Mapping the optimal route between two quantum states
  • Verifying the future of quantum computing
  • Physicists discuss quantum pigeonhole principle
  • Science Daily
    Fri Aug 22 07:46:28 2014 GMT
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  • Clues to role of magnetism in iron-based superconductors uncovered
  • When it comes to how pizza looks, cheese matters
  • Nanoparticle research could enhance oil recovery, tracing of fracking fluid
  • Primary care physicians can be critical resource for abused women in rural areas
  • Laser device may end pin pricks, improve quality of life for diabetics
  • Hot-spring bacteria reveal ability to use far-red light for photosynthesis
  • Sunlight, not microbes, key to carbon dioxide in Arctic
  • X-ray laser probes tiny quantum tornadoes in superfluid droplets
  • Severe drought is causing the western US to rise like a spring uncoiling
  • From dandruff to deep sea vents, an ecologically hyper-diverse fungus
  • How hummingbirds evolved to detect sweetness
  • Cause of global warming hiatus found deep in the Atlantic Ocean
  • The marmoset animal model recapitulates disease symptoms of MERS infection in humans
  • Of bees, mites, and viruses: Virus infections after arrival of new parasitic mite in New Zealand hon...
  • First direct evidence of 'spin symmetry' in atoms
  • Novel recycling methods: Fluorescent fingerprint of plastics
  • Fish and coral smell a bad neighborhood: Marine protected areas might not be enough to help overfish...
  • Impact of race, ethnicity in motor complete spinal cord injury
  • Science Fiction in the News
    Wed May 7 16:45:41 2014 GMT
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  • GPS Bullets Legal For Cops In Hot Pursuit?
  • MorpHex MKII The Unreconstructed Hexapod
  • Spaser-Based Circuits Could Be Printed On Clothing
  • Amazing Video Shows Chameleon-Like Crystal Display
  • Will Autonomous Systems' Self-Preservation Lead To Dangerous Behavior?
  • Ooho Water Bulb (Or Blob) Replaces Horrific Plastic Bottles
  • SRI International's Speedy, Ant-Sized Microrobot Swarm
  • SF Authors Have Wearable Computing Ideas
  • Bookies Let You Place Your Bets On the Future!
  • How Do Americans See The Future Of Technology?
  • Updated: 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
  • Scientific American
    Thu Aug 21 22:45:50 2014 GMT
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  • Epic Drought in West Is Literally Moving Mountains
  • Baffling Genetic Barrier Prevents Similar Animals from Interbreeding
  • Science Media Beset with Gender Gaps
  • Quantum Gravity Expert Says “Philosophical Superficiality” Has Harmed Physics
  • Dandruff-Causing Skin Fungi Discovered Unexpectedly in Deep Sea Vents, Antarctica
  • Buzz Like a Bee
  • Global Climate Deal May Fail to Restrain Global Warming
  • Nerve Damage Might Explain Chronic Pain
  • Marvel Comics Gets Inside the Heads of the Avengers
  • Octopus-Inspired Camouflage Flashes to Life in Smart Material
  • Sack Sulfates to Preserve Sewers
  • How the Iconic Pillars of Creation Arose
  • Why Community Colleges Should Be Free
  • U.S. Effort to Protect Bald Eagle Suffers Legal Setback
  • Neandertals Disappeared from Europe Earlier Than Thought
  • Secretive Company Claims Battery Breakthrough
  • Seals Brought Tuberculosis to the Americas
  • Life Found 800 Meters Down in Antarctic Subglacial Lake
  • SciScoop
    Sat Aug 16 10:49:21 2014 GMT
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  • SciScoop Sabbatical
  • Sciscoop Newsfeed
  • 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
  • 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
    Tue Aug 19 19:47:34 2014 GMT
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  • Are White Holes Real?
  • When the End is Just the Beginning: Exploring Cosmic Cycles
  • Is Quantum Intuition Possible?
  • The Astronomical Particle Colliders That Put Our Own to Shame
  • Sterile Neutrinos: The Ghost Particle’s Ghost
  • There Is No Now
  • The Mistaken Assumptions That Changed Physics History
  • The Big Bang’s Identity Crisis
  • Will the BICEP2 Results Hold Up?
  • What Are Gravitons?
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