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Dinosaurs in the Wild: An Inside View - Scientific American (blog)


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Right now, you can travel back in time 67 million years and see live dinosaurs, pterosaurs and mosasaurs. All you have to do – it's easiest if you live in southern England, sorry everyone else – is travel to the Greenwich Peninsula, London, and visit ...

Mushrooms, Magma and Love in a Time of Science - New York Times


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Orra White Hitchcock (1796-1863) was one of the most remarkable women from this more egalitarian age of scientific study. She had a deep knowledge of botany, zoology and paleontology, and she was also an artist — though that “also” would have seemed ...

New Leak Says 'Pokémon GO' Is Getting A Gen 4 'Evolution Event' Next Week - Forbes


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A long while a back a leaker perfectly predicted Pokémon GO's Water Festival before it happened. Now, the leaker is back, and his sources seem to be telling him something even more exciting is in the cards. That would be a new “Evolution Event,” which ...

Scientific American: Turning Back the Strands of Time

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Scientists have found a major factor that controls whether a cell dies or thrives.

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    Scientists have found a major factor that controls whether a cell dies or thrives

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