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Putin tightens control over Russian Academy of Sciences - Science Magazine

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Putin tightens control over Russian Academy of Sciences
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The Russian government has taken further steps to tighten its grip on the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) in Moscow. On 23 June, the State Duma—one of the two chambers of the Russian parliament—passed the first draft of a new law that would give ...

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The rogue protein behind Parkinson's disease may also protect your gut - Science Magazine

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The rogue protein behind Parkinson's disease may also protect your gut
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To see whether αS was indeed playing a role in the gut's immune defenses, Zasloff, Ethan Stolzenberg of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City, and their colleagues spent 9 years collecting and analyzing biopsies of the ...

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House bills would keep DOE science spending flat, eliminate ARPA-E, and cut farm science - Science Magazine

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House bills would keep DOE science spending flat, eliminate ARPA-E, and cut farm science
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The Department of Energy's (DOE's) science spending would remain flat, and agricultural research budgets would see cuts, under 2018 spending bills released today by the U.S. House of Representatives appropriations panels. The two bills (energy and ...

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Cancer studies pass reproducibility test | Science | AAAS - Science Magazine

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Cancer studies pass reproducibility test | Science | AAAS
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A high-profile project aiming to test reproducibility in cancer biology has released a second batch of results, and this time the news is good: Most of the ...

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New threat to ozone layer found | Science | AAAS - Science Magazine

New threat to ozone layer found | Science | AAAS
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The ozone layer—a high-altitude expanse of oxygen molecules that protects us from the sun's ultraviolet rays—has been on the mend for the past decade or so.

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Decision by Europe's top court alarms vaccine experts | Science ... - Science Magazine

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Decision by Europe's top court alarms vaccine experts | Science ...
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Did the European Union's highest court just deal a blow to science? "Vaccines can be blamed for illness without scientific proof," read many headlines about the ...

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Science groups ask Trump to retain advisory board integrity - ABC ... - ABC News

Science groups ask Trump to retain advisory board integrity - ABC ...
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A coalition of science and engineering groups called on President Donald Trump on Tuesday to make sure that his review of the role of scientific advisory ...

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Cross section: Athene Donald – Science Weekly podcast - The Guardian

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Cross section: Athene Donald – Science Weekly podcast
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In a career that spans more than three decades, Professor Dame Athene Donald – an experimental physicist at the University of Cambridge and master of Churchill College – has turned her mind to the likes of crash helmets, starch and more recently, protein.


Mapping Mexico's hidden graves | Science | AAAS - Science Magazine

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Mapping Mexico's hidden graves | Science | AAAS
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MEXICO CITY—More than 30,000 people have disappeared without a trace in Mexico, most since violence skyrocketed after the government began battling ...

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Chasing social media shares harms public trust in science - so stop it - The Guardian

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Chasing social media shares harms public trust in science - so stop it
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Psychological researchers are working hard to make their science more robust through transparency initiatives like the pre-registration of scientific research. But if the public keep reading contradictory headlines based on weak research in the media ...


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