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Power plant coverts its carbon pollution to stone with new technology

Power plant coverts its carbon pollution to stone with new technology

But don’t consider the world saved just yet

By | Posted December 11, 2017

Let's talk about the latest godawful cybersecurity plan

Let’s talk about the latest godawful cybersecurity plan

A federal “hack-back” bill is in the news again. It might be good for vigilantes, but it’s definitely bad for the rest of us

By | Posted December 4, 2017

Lyme bacteria settled in North America far earlier than we thought

Lyme bacteria settled in North America far earlier than we thought

Insight into the disease’s ancient origins points toward the causes of the current epidemic

By | Posted November 29, 2017

Climate detectives use kauri tree clues to uncover secrets from Antarctica

Climate detectives use kauri tree clues to uncover secrets from Antarctica

New evidence suggests an atmospheric bridge originating in Antarctica could have influenced global climate patterns during the last ice age

By | Posted November 24, 2017

Why fentanyl is the deadliest opioid in the country

Why fentanyl is the deadliest opioid in the country

And why the trend refuses to stop

By | Posted November 20, 2017

High deductibles likely won’t lower health care costs

High deductibles likely won’t lower health care costs

Patients with health care plans that pose large upfront costs don’t search for price information

By | Posted November 17, 2017

Feeling down? Climbing could lift your spirits

Feeling down? Climbing could lift your spirits

But don’t stop taking medication

By | Posted November 16, 2017

Sugar-fed mosquitoes still bite

Sugar-fed mosquitoes still bite

New research shows that mosquitoes feeding on plant nectar bite more throughout their life span. For malaria control, plant management might be important

By | Posted November 15, 2017

A Brazilian city is using DNA to combat the ancient scourge of rats

A Brazilian city is using DNA to combat the ancient scourge of rats

Genetics could make rodent control strategies more efficient

By | Posted November 14, 2017

Changes in Ecuador’s ‘seed law’ angers and frustrates scientists

Changes in Ecuador’s ‘seed law’ angers and frustrates scientists

An amendment that gives a free pass to genetically modified crops causes legal turmoil

By | Posted November 13, 2017

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