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- To Stop Poachers, Zimbabwe Begins Dehorning Entire Rhino Population
- Wildlife Farming: Does It Help Or Hurt Threatened Species?
- Thousands of Homes Keep Flooding, Yet They Keep Being Rebuilt Again
- Ragweed Allergies Could Double In Europe as Global Temperatures Rise
- Scientists Find New Way To Convert Carbon Dioxide into Energy
- Ban academics from talking to ministers? We should train them to do it!
- 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
- How We Learned That Neanderthals Bird-Hunted in Winter - Facts So Romantic
- Why We Need Quantitative Sports History - Facts So Romantic
- Will This “Neural Lace” Brain Implant Help Us Compete with AI? - Facts So Romantic
- The Sacred Beauty of a Hermit Thrush Call - Facts So Romantic
- Rooting for the Favorite Is a Sign of Social Dominance - Facts So Romantic
- <a href="/story/raising-my-hiv-family">Raising my HIV family</a>
- <a href="/story/comedy-humour-jokes-political-satire-taboo">A serious business: what can comedy do?</a>
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- <a href="/bilingual-brains">Why being bilingual helps keep your brain fit</a>
- <a href="/story/watchful-waiting-active-surveillance">The do-nothing dilemma</a>
- Evolving toxins makes frogs more likely to go extinct | @GrrlScientist
- What happened to wildlife when Chernobyl drove humans out? It thrived | @GrrlScientist
- Hummingbirds nest near hawks for protection | @GrrlScientist
- Predictable evolution: bad news for toads, good news for their predators | @GrrlScientist
- Birds in love produce more babies, study shows | @GrrlScientist
- Photo: Young foxes frolicking
- Census finds African elephant populations declining by 8% every year
- AVAVA's prefab small homes come flat-packed with an innovative framing system (Video)
- Educating youth is key to creating the next generation of environmentalists
- Old construction tech is new again at Mountain Equipment Co-op's Vancouver HQ
- Techies Donate to Clinton in Droves. To Trump? Not So Much
- One Guy’s Years-Long Quest to Turn a Wrecked Classic Into a Racecar
- In Honor of The Night Of, We Pick the Greatest Finales Ever
- Nextdoor Breaks a Sacred Design Rule to End Racial Profiling
- Samsung’s Gear S3 Smartwatches Look Beautiful. You Know, Like Normal Watches
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