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2 Of Paris Climate Negotiators Lay Out 2 Scenarios In Their New Book

NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with climate scientists Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac about their new book, "The Future We Choose: Surviving the Climate Crisis."

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2020 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming Digest #8

Story of the Week… Opinion of the Week… El Niño/La Niña Update… Toon of the Week… Coming Soon on SkS… SkS Week in Review… Poster of the Week… Story of the Week… Climate change leads to more violence against women, girls Rape, domestic violence, forced marriages: A new study shows the effects of climate change are leading to an increase in violence against girls and women in many c

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A Cruise Ship Quarantine, a Hunt for Cheaters, and More Car News This Week

Plus: A new helicopter ditches the traditional tail rotor for four fans, which could make the devices safer and quieter.

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China encourages citizens to return to work as coronavirus hits economy

Authorities are caught between urgent need to restart economy and efforts to contain virus Coronavirus outbreak – live updates The Chinese authorities are trying to usher the country back to work, a month after announcing the unprecedented quarantine of millions of people . But they face a difficult balancing act between containing the virus and supporting a faltering economy. Wuhan and surroundi

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Coronavirus Live Updates: South Korea's Leader Raises Alert Level to Maximum

With more than 600 cases confirmed, President Moon Jae-in empowered the government to lock down cities and restrict travel. Iran also reported eight deaths from the virus.

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Coronavirus outbreak: woman tests positive after disembarking Diamond Princess – live news

Infection raises questions over quarantine attempts while other countries report new cases and deaths 9.43am GMT French Health Minister Olivier Veran said new cases of coronavirus were "very likely" in France and health authorities were ready in case of an epidemic. "Today, there is only one infected patent in France, who is hospitalised in Lyon. His health condition is not worrying. All the othe

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Coronavirus piles pressure on China's exotic animal trade

Lucrative industry to come under government review following fears it was key factor in outbreak

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How to Report on the COVID-19 Outbreak Responsibly

Remember, the virus doesn't follow the news and doesn't care about Twitter — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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How to Report on the COVID-19 Outbreak Responsibly

Remember, the virus doesn't follow the news and doesn't care about Twitter — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Iran tries to combat public distrust on coronavirus

Schools and universities shut as Tehran seeks to reassure people it is working to contain outbreak

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Italy imposes draconian rules to stop spread of coronavirus

Measures include fines for anyone caught entering or leaving outbreak areas Coronavirus – latest updates Italian authorities have implemented draconian measures to try to halt the coronavirus outbreak in the north of the country , including imposing fines on anyone caught entering or leaving outbreak areas, as a third person was confirmed to have died on Sunday. The number of cases of the virus i

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Italy quarantines a dozen towns in coronavirus outbreak

Number of cases tops 100 in Europe's biggest cluster as Venice cancels carnival

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MGA boss warns coronavirus could lead to toy shortage

Group behind LOL Surprise! fears gaps on store shelves within weeks

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Officials Scramble To Contain Coronavirus Outbreaks In South Korea, Iran And Italy

Health officials are on high alert over the global spread of the illness that has infected nearly 77,000 people in China, with more than 2,400 deaths tied to the virus. (Image credit: Lee Jin-man/AP)

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Passengers from coronavirus-hit cruise ship Diamond Princess land in UK

Thirty-two holidaymakers flown back as fear grows for welfare of infected Britons left in Japan Coronavirus outbreak – live updates A repatriation flight carrying 32 Britons and Europeans from the coronavirus-infected cruise ship Diamond Princess landed in the UK on Saturday – amid growing fears for the welfare of some UK passengers left behind in Japan. David and Sally Abel – who were on the cru

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South Korea's president warns of coronavirus 'watershed'

Seoul raises infectious disease alert to highest level with next few days set to be 'critical'

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Turkey and Pakistan close borders with Iran over coronavirus deaths

Ankara also suspends incoming flights as Iranian authorities try to contain outbreak in country Turkey and Pakistan have both closed their borders with Iran, with Turkey also halting incoming flights, in an effort to stop the potential spread of coronavirus after Iran reported 43 cases of the disease. All highways and railways were closed at the border between Turkey and Iran as of 5pm local time

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Tysk vaccineudvikler laver mRNA-vaccine mod corona

PLUS. Tyske CureVac er med sin mRNA-platform bragt i spil som udvikler af et potent våben mod den nye coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.

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What is coronavirus and what should I do if I have symptoms?

What symptoms are caused by the virus from Wuhan in China, how does it spread, and should you call a doctor? Find all our coronavirus coverage here How to protect yourself from infection It is caused by a member of the coronavirus family that has never been encountered before. Like other coronaviruses, it has come from animals. Many of those initially infected either worked or frequently shopped

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Whistleblower: When a Memoir Is Also an Indictment

Just over three years ago, on February 19, 2017, Susan Fowler published a blog post . "I've gotten a lot of questions over the past couple of months about why I left and what my time at Uber was like," she began. "It's a strange, fascinating, and slightly horrifying story that deserves to be told while it is still fresh in my mind, so here we go." Slightly horrifying, it would turn out, was an un

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World is approaching coronavirus tipping point, experts say

78,000 cases confirmed, as Italy and Iran scramble to contain major outbreaks The world is fast approaching a tipping point in the spread of the coronavirus, according to experts, who warn that the disease is outpacing efforts to contain it, after major outbreaks forced Italy and Iran to introduce stringent internal travel restrictions and South Korea's president placed the country on red alert.

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4 key questions to challenge your views on genetic engineering

A review of Pew Research studies reveals the views of American on the role of science in society. 4 key questions were asked to gauge feelings on genetic engineering, automation and human enhancement. Americans are split in how they view technology and many worry about its growing role. The Pew Research Center published a fascinating roundup of studies that revealed the opinions of the U.S. publi

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A Good Week for Planet Formation

Building planets is an intricate process but we're finding clues to some new possibilities — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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A planet could have been stolen from the solar system as it formed

Stars like our sun formed in a dense cluster with thousands of others, during which time they may have swapped planets

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A Star's Auroras Light the Way to a New Exoplanet

For the first time using this new technique, astronomers have identified an Earth-size planet by observing telltale solar flares.

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A Survival Guide for Startups in the Era of Tech Giants

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AI offers new hope in defeating superbugs

Machine intelligence is helping to overcome antibiotic resistance

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Beyond the Sombrero's brim

Hubble data suggests a turbulent past.

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Black phosphorus tunnel field-effect transistor as an alternative ultra-low power switch?

Researchers have reported a black phosphorus transistor that can be used as an alternative ultra-low power switch. A research team developed a thickness-controlled black phosphorous tunnel field-effect transistor (TFET) that shows 10-times lower switching power consumption as well as 10,000-times lower standby power consumption than conventional complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) trans

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Caring for my brother after his brain injury showed me a world of compassion

Seeing the hidden world of care, after my beloved brother's devastating accident, taught me about people's remarkable strength and grace I often find myself thinking back to a fairly unremarkable afternoon in 2010. I was sitting in the day room of a care home while my older brother Miles slept beside me, in his wheelchair. Steve, one of the other severely brain-injured residents dotted around the

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Cash-strapped farms are growing a new crop: Solar panels

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Computation in Service of Poetry

An algorithm calculates powers of 2 from a classical Sanskrit math text — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Conflicts at Conservation Group IUCN: Investigation

Buzzfeed uncovers trophy hunters among the ranks of the International Union for Conservation of Nature, which, critics say, may be impeding wildlife protection.

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Don't fear the craquelure

Cracks can make wood paintings less vulnerable.

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Earth's deepest 'blue hole' holds a cache of ancient carbon

Nature, Published online: 23 February 2020; doi:10.1038/d41586-020-00495-6 The Yongle marine cavern provides a window onto unusual ocean chemistry.

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Embr Wave Review: The End of Thermostat Wars

Too cold or hot at the office? This wearable tricks your brain into thinking your body is at a comfortable temperature.

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Exploring a genome's 3D organization through a social network lens

Computational biologists have taken an algorithm used to study social networks, such as Facebook communities, and adapted it to identify how DNA and proteins are interconnected into communities within the cell nucleus. The behavior of these communities may prove key to understanding basic cellular processes and disease mechanisms, such as aging and cancer development.

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Figures : Amnesia

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Finish er den tunge del af 3D-print: Nu skal det automatiseres

PLUS. Den amerikanske printgigant HP sætter turbo på udviklingen af produk­tionsceller, der automatisk håndterer 3D-printede emner fra rå blæk til færdige slutprodukter.

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Geobits: Highly Volcanic Edition

Lava lakes and flank instability and ice volcanoes ahoy! — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Germany gears up to test 20MW wind turbines

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Getting children to eat their greens? Both parents need to set an example

A positive example set by both the mother and the father promotes the consumption of vegetables, fruit and berries among 3-5-year-old children, according to a new study. The study explored the association of the home food environment and parental influence with the consumption of vegetables among kindergarten-aged children.

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Has anybody here had their job automated? Please share.

There is an awful lot of talk about automating jobs nowadays but I don't hear anybody talking about it actually happening to them personally. Is it really happening right now? If so please share. submitted by /u/candidateHundred [link] [comments]

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How Do Black Holes Form?

Some black holes form when a massive star collapses onto itself. But many mysteries still remain around these strange objects.

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How is diversity being weaponized?

In efforts to achieve diversity, whether within workplace teams or elsewhere, leaders often focus on variation of identities regarding race, gender, sexual orientation, and physicality. Evolutionary biologist Heather Heying urges that these efforts be taken a step further to focus on diversity of viewpoints and socioeconomic status — two forms of identity that are less apparent without thoughtful

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In Case You Missed It

Top news from around the world — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Iron in brain shows cognitive decline in people with Parkinson's

A cutting-edge MRI technique to detect iron deposits in different brain regions can track declines in thinking, memory and movement in people with Parkinson's disease, finds a new study.

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Julian Assange Tops This Week's Internet News Roundup

Also, SpaceX has formed a partnership to send average citizens into orbit.

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Looking at the sea, then the sky

NASA picking the brains of oceanographers in its search for oceans.

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Luftföroreningar kan öka risken för demens: "Hjärnan krymper"

Luftföroreningar påverkar nästan hela jordens befolkning. Avgaser är en av de största bovarna. – Miljöexponeringen kan ligga bakom omkring tio procent av alzheimerfallen i USA, säger neurobiologen Caleb Finch i Vetenskapens värld.

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Mapping Wikipedia

Wikipedia matters. In a time of extreme political polarization , algorithmically enforced filter bubbles, and fact patterns dismissed as fake news, Wikipedia has become one of the few places where we can meet to write a shared reality. We treat it like a utility, and the U.S. and U.K. trust it about as much as the news. But we know very little about who is writing the world's encyclopedia. We do

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Microbes Point the Way to Shipwrecks

Distinct microbiomes flourish around sunken ships as they become artificial reefs, new research in the Gulf of Mexico reveals.

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Most young women unhappy, stressed about their sex lives: Study

Half of young Australian women experience sexually-related personal distress, with one in five women having at least one female sexual dysfunction (FSD), new research by Monash University shows.

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Oregon: Images of the Beaver State

Today's photo story is the seventh in a year-long Sunday series, focusing on each of the 50 states in the United States of America. The landscape of Oregon is incredibly diverse, ranging from high deserts in the east to lush rain forests in the west, separated by the volcanic mountains of the Cascade range. Gathered here are a few glimpses into the varied terrain of Oregon, and some of the animal

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Osteosarcoma profiling reveals why immunotherapy remains ineffective

Comprehensive profiling of tumor samples taken from patients with osteosarcoma shows that multiple factors contribute to the traditionally poor responses observed from treatment with immune checkpoint inhibitors, according to new research.

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Overlever edderkoppen en tur i støvsugeren?

Der er fordele i at have mange edderkopper i hjemmet, siger biolog.

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Pacific marine national monuments do not harm fishing industry

A research team analyzed observer records of individual fishing events, logbook summary reports and detailed satellite data on vessel movements.

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Philip Leder, Who Helped Decipher the Genetic Code, Dies at 85

Dr. Leder, who also discovered a genetic cause of cancer, said he got his best scientific ideas while listening to classical music.

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Psychologists discover secret to achieving goals

Research has provided new insights into why people often make unrealistic plans that are doomed to fail.

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Random gene pulsing generates patterns of life

Scientists working on the intersection between biology and computation have found that random gene activity helps patterns form during development of a model multicellular system.

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Researchers develop label-free microscopic techniques to visualize extracellular vesicles

Medical researchers can now use label-free microscopic techniques to visualize extracellular vesicles, which are associated with cancer.

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Responses to "The Cancer Industry: Hype vs. Reality"

Readers critique a journalist's critique of cancer medicine — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Science history: Peter Medawar solves rejection

A prominent scientist who had a way with words.

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SETI astronomers deal with new tools and new troubles

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Sexts, Lies, and Kompromat?

Until this month, Benjamin Griveaux was a rather lackluster candidate for mayor of Paris, treading water in third place. He'd been the French government spokesman under President Emmanuel Macron and his weak mayoral run seemed faintly emblematic of Macron's dimming political fortunes. And then, suddenly, came the leaked texts and videos, in which Griveaux tells—and shows!—a woman who's not his wi

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Skakmester, Playstation-mekka og verdens kraftigste: Her er 4 berømte supercomputere

Vi er nået langt med at udvikle supercomputere, men der er stadig udfordringer.

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Spørg Fagfolket: Hvordan løsner tunnelboremaskiner jorden?

Et par læsere spørger ind til de tunnelboremaskiner, der har skabt hullerne til metroen i København. Hvordan fungerer de, og hvad skal der nu ske med dem?

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Starwatch: Moon and Venus well met by earthshine

As Venus and the crescent moon meet in the evening sky, all of the moon's disc will be lit by sunlight reflected from Earth The moon and Venus meet in the evening sky for another dazzling display this week. The chart shows the view from London, UK, looking south-west at 1830GMT. From Sydney, Australia, look west. The moon will be only 14% illuminated and so will appear as a slender crescent in th

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Sveriges luftkvalitet når inte målen

Flera svenska kommuner överskrider gränsvärdena för nivåer av luftföroreningar. Nu ser Sverige inte ut att nå sina utsläppsmål för 2030.

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The City of Lost Engrams

I was travelling back in time to an unreal place when The City appeared again after a long absence. It had been 16 months since we'd been together, and The City was not pleased. A vivid image of the security lines at the airport ushered me out of town to continue my journey to The Place That Doesn't Exist. A diabolical entanglement known as time has stolen memories from their homes in the dentate

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The Democratic Establishment Is Broken

LAS VEGAS—The phrase Democratic establishment conjures images of something like the Illuminati with the power to determine the outcome of American elections. But so far, the supposedly all-powerful leaders of the party have been about as well organized as The Muppet Show . Now, with Senator Bernie Sanders's massive win in Nevada, he's taken the lead in delegates and may never lose it. Efforts to

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The Profound Loneliness of New York Subway Platforms

Natan Dvir's photographs capture commuters inventing new ways to ignore each other.

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The week in podcasts: Mortem; Over the Road; The Space Programme

Exploring unusual subjects, from autopsies to the minutiae of long-haul trucking Mortem | BBC Sounds Over the Road | radiotopia.fm The Space Programme | funkidslive.com An intriguing new series on BBC Sounds, made by the always reliable Whistledown Productions, has a mortician, Carla Valentine , talk us through her job. But this show isn't just about cutting and shutting. Valentine also introduces

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This Technique Uses AI to Fool Other AIs

Changing a single word can alter the way an AI program judges a job applicant or assesses a medical claim.

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We need to intensify our marine conservation efforts

Scientists quantify how much and where.

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White-Lipped Peccary Species May Be in Steep Decline

With forests depleted by development, the pig-like animals are disappearing rapidly, scientists have found in a new study.

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Why 2020 will be the Year of Automated Machine Learning

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Will the future of work be ethical?

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