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How to clean up our universal plastic tragedy
PHYS.ORG Twenty five years ago, I spent a summer removing plastic packing bands and plastic nets from 135 entangled Antarctic fur seals on Bird Island, South Georgia in the sub-Antarctic. Plastic marine waste... 2 weeks
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SCIENCE DAILY Soccer players who head the ball may be more likely to experience short-term balance problems, suggesting that repetitive head impacts could have the potential to cause subtle neurological deficits not previously known, according to a preliminary study. 3 days
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The evolutionary history of dogs in the Americas
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Accelerating rates of Arctic carbon cycling revealed by long-term atmospheric CO2 measurements
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Irish Silk Road suspect extradited to US: prosecutors
PHYS.ORG A 30-year-old Irish man accused of working for now defunct "dark web" marketplace Silk Road has been extradited to the United States to face charges in New York, four years after his... 1 day
High opioid doses, concurrent sedative use are key factors for overdose risk in Medicaid recipients
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Ultra-thin sensor makes inflammation testing and curing 30 times faster
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have developed a real-time ultraflexible sensor that makes inflammation testing and curing 30 times faster. 1 week
Here's Why the Neutrino Discovery Is a Big Deal
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Here's Why IceCube's Neutrino Discovery Is a Big Deal
SPACE.COM Scientists have spotted an incredibly energetic, incredibly tiny "ghost" particle called a neutrino flying through Antarctic ice and traced it back to its origins to a specific blazar, but why... 3 days
Here's Why Today's Neutrino Discovery Is a Big Deal
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IceCube: Unlocking the Secrets of Cosmic Rays
SPACE.COM Buried deep in the Antarctic ice, the IceCube Neutrino Observatory may solve one of the biggest mysteries in astronomy, answering the questions behind the origin of neutrinos and cosmic rays. 1 day
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Win for wildlife as krill fishing restricted in Antarctica
PHYS.ORG Five major krill fishing firms Tuesday agreed to halt operations across huge swathes of the Antarctic to help protect wildlife in a move hailed as "bold and progressive" by conservationists. 6 days
Thursday's Antarctic Solar Eclipse Is for the Penguins
SPACE.COM A solar eclipse is scheduled for Thursday of this week, but to see it, you'd have to do a bit of traveling. 4 days
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German court to rule on parents' access to dead daughter's Facebook
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First dogs in the Americas arrived from Siberia, disappeared after European contact
SCIENCE DAILY A new study offers an enhanced view of the origins and ultimate fate of the first dogs in the Americas. The dogs were not... 1 week
First dogs in the Americas arrived from Siberia, disappeared after European contact
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What should you eat while taking antibiotics?
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Brazil's Forest Code can balance the needs of agriculture and the environment
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More than century-old riddle resolved—a blazar is a source of high-energy neutrinos
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Artificial intelligence helps design an ultra-aerodynamic bike
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Humankind's odyssey from Africa began more than two million years ago
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Multi-face tracking to help AI follow the action
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Study: Airbnb benefits white neighborhoods; not so for black and Hispanic areas
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