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Flies in winter, seeing underwater and concussions from gigs Thursday, 15 November Why do drug addicts like chocolate milk? Does donating blood burn calories?
Where did the English language come from? Did life begin on an invisible mountain range? Wednesday, 28 June Could life have evolved on the longest mountain range on Earth, that is so far under the water it's invisible to most of us?
Human adventure The 'underground astronaut' in search of ancient bones Saturday, 26 August Elen Feuerriegel risked her life to recover bones hidden in a cave below the rolling hills of South Africa.
What she found helped open a new chapter in the story of human evolution. Phone fears unfounded Smartphone myths and facts Thursday, 24 August Do smartphones cause brain cancer? Do they really mess with a plane's navigation gear?
Clever smartphones Can our smartphones get any smarter? Tuesday, 22 August In the yearthe pioneering scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla predicted a device that would allow us to communicate instantly over any distance, seeing and hearing one another as though face to face.Obtain support in the establishment and administration of your Scientific Expert Boards, Committees and Virtual Institutes.
Deal with science and policy only and let ESF take care of the rest. The Twelfth Session of Working Group I (WGI) was held from 23 to 26 September in Stockholm, Sweden. At the Session, the Summary for Policymakers (SPM) of the Working Group I contribution to the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report (WGI AR5) was approved and the underlying scientific and technical assessment accepted.
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Abstract. Freshwater scarcity is increasingly perceived as a global systemic risk.
Previous global water scarcity assessments, measuring water scarcity annually, have underestimated experienced water scarcity by failing to capture the seasonal fluctuations in water consumption and availability.
The science of human genome editing has advanced rapidly since the first international summit was held in in Washington, D.C. An explosion of new research is employing CRISPR/Cas9 and other powerful, precise editing tools, and clinical trials are planned for applications to treat diseases.
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