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11 Feedburner Blogs Brains or Biofilm? Doubts Over Famous "Soft Tissue" Fossils
Few things get armchair paleontologists as excited as the phrase "soft tissue preservation." But a new study is casting doubt on some of the most stunning of these finds: Researchers argue that claims of brains, nerves and blood vessels preserved in animals for 520 million years are just a bunch of microbial goo called biofilm.For the last decade, researchers working in Southern China have described a number of fossils from Stage 3 of the Cambrian Period, more than 500 million years ag
Wednesday, 11 April 2018
12 FeedBurner Technology Can CRISPR Feed the World?
Biologists have a new tool to save oranges and other crops — if the public can stomach it.
Wednesday, 14 March 2018
13 Feedburner Blogs Citizen Science Day celebrates and recruits people who engage in large-scale and local research
Month-long events include hands-on activities like nature festivals, museum events, trainings, bioblitzes, and more.The ?citizen science? movement is gathering momentum, as scientists, policy makers, and the public themselves recognize that EVERYONE can make meaningful contributions to research. SciStarter is teaming up with the Citizen Science Association to raise awareness of hundreds of events and research opportunities that will be offered as part of Citizen Science Day activities throug
Saturday, 14 April 2018
14 Feedburner Blogs Citizen Science in the City
We've got a big weekend coming up for science! Not only is Citizen Science Day on April 14th, it's also the March for Science and we're also preparing for the City Nature Challenge! We've pulled together a long list of projects you could do in a city, so there's something for everyone!So, plan your weekend now and find a Citizen Science Day event, join your local March for Science or participate in your closest City Nature Challenge!Cheers,The SciStarter TeamiNaturalistIf you
Friday, 13 April 2018
15 Feedburner Blogs Climate Change Is Weakening a Crucial Ocean Current
When you picture the rugged coastlines of Norway, tropical heat probably doesn't come to mind, but it should. Even in the country's Arctic reaches, the coast is typically free from ice and snow, and the weather is often more Seattle than Anchorage.How can that be? Residents can thank the Gulf Stream, an ocean conveyor belt that pushes warm water their way from the tropics.And Northern Europeans aren't the only ones who should be thankful, either. Much of Europe and the east coast of
Wednesday, 11 April 2018
16 Feedburner Blogs Competition Meets Collaboration: The City Nature Challenge
When you hear the word ?nature,? you're likely to think of your last camping trip to a state park, or of grandiose landscapes with forests, lakes, and snow-capped mountains. You may remember the last trip to the beach and the variety of birds you saw while sunbathing. There are likely many images that pop into your head when you hear the word but the image of a city is likely not one of them. The City Nature Challenge hopes to change that.What is the City Nature Challenge and how did it star
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17 FeedBurner Technology Cradles of Innovation
A closer look at the nation's Science and Technology Centers fostering new knowledge and innovations.
Monday, 26 March 2018
18 Feedburner Blogs Daylight Saving Time Has a Dark Side
A train hurtled around a corner at 82 mph, eventually coming off the rails and killing four passengers.Decades earlier, faulty decision-making resulted in the deaths of the seven-person crew of the Space Shuttle Challenger.Years before these events, a stuck valve regulating the supply of coolant to a nuclear reactor nearly resulted in the meltdown of a nuclear plant in Pennsylvania. In each of these cases, poor or inadequate sleep was one of the factors that contributed to the f
Friday, 09 March 2018
19 FeedBurner Technology Digisexuality: Merging Sex and Technology
Human culture has always evolved in tandem with technological developments. And that includes sexuality.Robots, virtual reality, and telecommunication tech are all just beginning to be repurposed to fulfill sexual needs. They can range from something as simple as vibrators that use Bluetooth to communicate with your phone to advanced AI-based sex dolls, and they fall under the umbrella of digisexuality, a term that describes human sexual interactions involving technology.And digisexu
Monday, 02 April 2018
20 Feedburner Blogs Dinosaur Diet Tips: Surf OR Turf For Apex Predators
You are what you eat. And if you're one of the apex predators that populated an unusual ecosystem 100 million years ago, researchers can determine both your meal plan and how your local food chain got so top heavy with giant carnivores, including dinosaurs and crocs.Paleontologists have long puzzled over why the ancient river systems of North Africa were home to multiple apex predators. A new study provides a meaty answer, though there's something fishy about its data on Spinosaurus, one
Wednesday, 11 April 2018
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