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- Prehistoric mystery meat put to the test (spoiler alert: It’s not woolly mammoth or giant ground sloth)
- Hallucinogen may protect against intimate partner violence, researcher suggests
- From allergens to anodes: Pollen derived battery electrodes
- Central Appalachia flatter due to mountaintop mining
- New luminous creatures illuminate the mystery of the Red Sea
- Rising temperatures Skewing Gender Balance of Sea Turtles, Study Says
- Only Known Wild Jaguar in the U.S. Filmed in Arizona in Rare Video
- Energy Landscapes: An Aerial View Of Europe’s Carbon Footprint
- China’s Wind Power Sector Experienced Rapid Growth in 2015
- Five Questions for Robert Bullard On the Flint Water Crisis and Justice
- So this company Cyagen is paying authors for citations in academic papers.
- Fixing flaws in science must be professionalised. By me in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology.
- New BMJ editorial: “How Medicine is Broken, and How We Can Fix It”
- Two interviews on withheld trials, NPR and ABC
- WHO announcement on withheld clinical trials, and my commentary in PLoS Medicine
- These recycled 'pasture' rugs bring nature's textures into the home
- Zero waste is all the rage, but is it realistic?
- Tarantula named after Johnny Cash is one of 14 new species
- Photo: White-tailed jackrabbit chills in the snow
- Solar shipping container charges & stores electric cargo bikes for zero emissions deliveries
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