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  1. Forget Doorframes: Expert Advice on Earthquake Survival Strategies

    Indonesia’s Lombok quake revives the question of taking cover versus running outside

    -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...
  2. Effort to Diversify Medical Research Raises Thorny Questions of Race

    A federal study aiming to collect the health information of one million U.S. residents is limited by the very problems it hopes to solve

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  3. Mission to the Nearest Star: Fastest Spacecraft Ever Will Dare to Sample the Sun's Co

    NASA’s Parker Solar Probe will launch August 11 to explore the extreme environment of our star’s mysteriously superheated atmosphere

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  4. First "Photos" of Ocean Carbon Molecules Hold Clues to Future Warming

    The remains of tiny phytoplankton hold more carbon than all plants and animals. Will it be released?

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  5. Renewable Energy Saves Water and Creates Jobs

    Eight graphs tell the story; see for yourself

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  6. Earth Has a Hidden Plastic Problem--Scientists Are Hunting It Down

    Trillions of tiny particles generated by our plastic-reliant society are polluting environments worldwide

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  7. End of the Rainbow? New Map Scale Is More Readable by People Who Are Color Blind

    The improved palette also avoids some of the problems existing data visualization schemes pose for people with typical vision

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  8. Record-Breaking Signal May Help Solve the Mystery of Fast Radio Bursts

    The CHIME telescope could soon deliver thousands of additional detections of the mysterious cosmic outbursts

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  9. Can Talk Therapy Help People Who Are Unable to Experience Joy?

    Researchers are developing new treatments for a depression symptom called anhedonia

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  10. An Entirely New Type of Antidepressant Targets Postpartum Depression

    The steroid drug is intended to help women who suffer from the hormone-driven condition

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    Are Boys Better Than Girls at Math?

    Colleen Ganley, assistant professor of developmental psychology, answers

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    Is Gravity Quantum?

    The ongoing search for the graviton—the proposed fundamental particle carrying gravitational force—is a crucial step in physicists’ long journey toward a theory of everything

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  13. Can Offshore Wind Turbines Succeed in the Great Lakes?

    Ice jams and bird and bat deaths will determine the answer

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  14. Women Die More from Heart Attacks Than Men—Unless the ER Doc Is Female

    Analyzing over 500,000 cases suggests having female physicians in the emergency room may save women’s lives

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  15. Will Dimming the Sun Cool the Planet and Help Crops?

    Solar geoengineering would ease heat stress, but also block vital sunlight for plants

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  16. Parkinson's Drugs Aimed at Rare Gene Mutation Show Promise for Other Sufferers, Too

    Shutting down an overactive enzyme could become a general treatment, rather than one solely intended for the few who inherit a mutated Parkinson’s gene

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  17. Before Its Death Dive, Cassini Caught Saturn Hissing at Its Rings

    For the first time scientists have observed the gas giant sending magnetic waves back to its ring system and its moon Enceladus

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    When the Mind's Eye Is Blind

    Some people find it impossible to imagine a friend’s face or their own apartment—a phenomenon named aphantasia. Scientists are beginning to tease out the brain features underlying the......
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    Should the Moon Be Quarantined?

    Nearly a half century after astronauts first visited the moon, it is once again a flash point for debates on how to safely, responsibly explore the solar system

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  20. Newly Discovered Cell Type May Fuel Cystic Fibrosis

    The surprising insight could provide foundation for future cure

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    Scaring Animals Can Help Save Them

    Conservationists are using behavior modification to bolster kangaroo mice, bears, elk and other critters

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  22. How Rare Blue Diamonds Form Deep below the Ocean Floor

    Minerals and elements are recycled in Earth’s mantle to form the precious gems

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  23. Blowing Up Illegal Fishing Boats Helps Indonesian Fishers

    The extreme practice could put the island nation’s fish catch on a path toward sustainability

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    You are? It works fine for me right now. Can...

    You are? It works fine for me right now.

    Can you do a screenshot for me ?
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    fixed, was actually some bad data in one of the...

    fixed, was actually some bad data in one of the columns (donor).
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