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Center for Science in the Public Interest
Thu Jun 26 16:47:17 2014 GMT

  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 Jul 17 19:44:57 2014 GMT
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  • 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
  • Genome-wide analysis reveals genetic similarities among friends
  • Biologists link sexual selection and placenta formation
  • In human evolution, changes in skin's barrier set Northern Europeans apart
  • Insect diet helped early humans build bigger brains, study suggests
  • DNA analysis reveals butterfly and moth evolutionary relationship
  • Evolution depends on rare chance events, 'molecular time travel' experiments show
  • Evolutionary biology: Why cattle only have two toes
  • Birds evolve 'signature' patterns to distinguish cuckoo eggs from their own
  • When genes play games: Algorithm helps explain sex in evolution
  • High-altitude weight loss may have an evolutionary advantage
  • The energetic origins of life
  • Federation of American Scientists
    Sat May 31 13:44:48 2014 GMT
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    Genetics News
    Thu Jul 24 07:46:44 2014 GMT
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  • Protein evolution follows modular principle
  • Researchers work to save endangered New England cottontail
  • Distinctive developmental origin for a drainage tube in the eye
  • African elephant genome suggests they are superior smellers
  • Asian genes in European pigs result in more piglets
  • Potential new flu drugs target immune response, not virus
  • More than glitter: How gold nanoparticles easily penetrate cells, making them useful for delivering ...
  • Genes that contribute to radiation resistance identified
  • When temperatures get cold, newly-discovered process helps fruit flies cope
  • Healing the heart with fat? 18-HEPE might help, study suggests
  • Marmoset sequence sheds new light on primate biology and evolution
  • Scientists map one of most important proteins in life -- and cancer
  • New cellular garbage control pathway with relevance for human neurodegenerative diseases
  • Novel mechanism for invasion of EV71 virus demonstrated
  • Measuring the number of protein molecules inside cells
  • Viral relics show cancer's 'footprint' on our evolution
  • In development, it's all about the timing
  • Chromosome-based draft of the wheat genome completed
  • LiveScience
    Thu Jul 24 22:51:04 2014 GMT
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  • Washington State's Sprawling Wildfire Captured By Drone Cam
  • Of a Feather: Photos Reveal Stunning Birds of the Southwest
  • Underwater 'Aquanaut' Mission Simulates Life in Space
  • Need for Speed: Pilot Recalls Record-Setting Supersonic Flight
  • Colorado River Groundwater Disappearing at 'Shocking' Rate
  • Newly Discovered Virus Lives in Half the World's Population
  • 'Whistling' Volcanic Lightning Heard Halfway Around the World
  • Oldest Medical Report of Near-Death Experience Discovered
  • Truth Be Told, White Lies Can Keep Relationships Strong
  • Did All Dinosaurs Sport Feathers? Downy Beast Suggests Yes
  • People Use Just 8.2% of Their DNA, Study Finds
  • Images: These Downy Dinosaurs Sported Feathers
  • Fukushima Monkeys' Blood Shows Signs of Radiation Exposure
  • Drone Cam Captures Washington Wildfire Devastation - Part 1 | Video
  • Drone Cam Captures Washington Wildfire Devastation - Part 2 | Video
  • Not Enough Teens Get HPV Vaccine, CDC Finds
  • In Images: Ancient Skull Reveals Brain Damage
  • Drastic Emissions Cuts Needed to Curb Climate Change, Report Says | Video
  • NPR Health and Science
    Thu Jul 24 22:53:16 2014 GMT
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  • The Weird, Underappreciated World Of Plastic Packaging
  • Zoo In Argentina Says 'Sad Bear' Too Old To Go To Canada
  • Globe-Trotting Virus Hides Inside People's Gut Bacteria
  • As Millions Of People Fast For Ramadan, Does The Economy Suffer?
  • Nuclear Plant May Be In Hot Water Over Its Cooling System
  • Does Your Dog Feel Jealous, Or Is That A Purely Human Flaw?
  • This Aspiring Astronaut Might Be The World's Most Amazing Teen
  • An Animal Makes A $10,000 Deposit, But Not At The Bank
  • Many Kids Who Are Obese Or Overweight Don't Know It
  • Pop Quiz: 20 Percent Chance Of Rain. Do You Need An Umbrella?
  • Thousands Of Migrating Birds Take Their Layover In A Texas Parking Lot
  • Don't Pop That Bubble Wrap! Scientists Turn Trash Into Test Tubes
  • What's Better Than A Total Eclipse Of The Sun? Check This
  • Rosetta Spacecraft Readies For Rendezvous With Comet
  • Son's Mental Illness Prompts Billionaire's Big Donation To Psychiatric Research
  • Quantum Physics News
    Thu Jul 24 13:47:30 2014 GMT
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  • Unleashing the power of quantum dot triplets
  • Scientists find way to maintain quantum entanglement in amplified signals
  • Exotic state of matter propels quantum computing theory
  • Quantum leap in lasers brightens future for quantum computing
  • Boosting the force of empty space
  • An optomechanical crystal to study interactions among colocalized photons and phonons
  • Physicists succeed in revealing the scaling behaviour of exotic giant molecules
  • There's a kind of Hush surrounding quantum systems
  • Physicists Use Computer Models to Reveal Quantum Effects in Biological Oxygen Transport
  • Quantum tech disappoints, but only because we don't get it
  • Particle, meet wave: Optical qubit technique squeezes photons to bridge discrete and continuous quan...
  • Entanglement between particle and wave-like states of light resembles Schrodinger's cat experime...
  • The world's first photonic router
  • Scientists track quantum errors in real time
  • When does a physical system compute?
  • Highway for ultracold atoms in light crystals
  • New paths into the world of quasiparticles
  • Remote quantum applications, teleportation enabled by calling long distance between superconducting ...
  • Science Daily
    Thu Jul 24 16:50:48 2014 GMT
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  • Nearly 50 years of lemur, other primates data now available online
  • Cost-effective, solvothermal synthesis of heteroatom (S or N)-doped graphene developed
  • Natural products from plants protect skin during cancer radiotherapy
  • New mass map of distant galaxy cluster is most precise yet
  • Background TV can be bad for kids
  • Rising temperatures can be hard on a dog's life
  • Dream come true for chemists? Creating organic zeolites
  • Voice for radio? New research reveals it's in the cords
  • Discovery is key to metal wear in sliding parts
  • Tempting people to move for work takes more than dollars
  • Experiments prove 'stemness' of individual immune memory cells
  • Chemist develops X-ray vision for quality assurance
  • Paracetamol no better than placebo for lower back pain
  • Unleashing the power of quantum dot triplets
  • Four billion-year-old chemistry in cells today
  • Nano-supercapacitors for electric cars
  • Formula calculates thickness of bombproof concrete
  • New drugs to combat asthma, similar illnesses
  • 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 Jul 24 22:53:41 2014 GMT
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  • Heparin Does Not Reduce Pregnancy Complications, and May Create Some
  • Most Dinosaurs May Have Sported Birdlike Feathers
  • A Call for Easy Access to More Contraception and Choices
  • Alternative Fusion Technologies Heat Up
  • "Unacceptably Low" Number of Teens Receives HPV Vaccine
  • Instant Genius after Head Trauma [Video]
  • Concerns Grow over Damage to Wheat Crop Quality
  • 12 delightful resources for word nerds everywhere
  • A Bold Critic of the Big Bang’s "Smoking Gun"
  • What Makes Ice Melt Fastest?
  • How to Determine the Scientific Consensus on Global Warming
  • Yellow Light Grows the Best Algae for Biofuels
  • Act on Climate Change, but Tackle Other Global Problems, Too
  • New Brain Implant Conquers Vertigo
  • Humans among the primates
  • Court Sentences Rhino Poacher to a Record 77 Years
  • Salmonella's Favorite Food Could Be Its Achilles' Heel
  • The High-Heel Hottie Effect: The Evolutionary Psychology of Women’s Shoes
  • SciScoop
    Wed Jun 18 13:45:58 2014 GMT
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  • Sciscoop Newsfeed
  • SciScoop Sabbatical
  • 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
    Mon Jul 21 16:47:47 2014 GMT
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  • 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?
  • Can Fossils of Inflation Provide Quantum Gravity Clues?
  • Video: What is Gravity Made Of?
  • Is Information Fundamental?

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