science & Technology

Brazilís President Makes Claims against Leonardo DiCaprio over Amazon Fires
Brazilís President Makes Claims against Leonardo DiCaprio over Amazon Fires
PA Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has accused actor Leonardo DiCaprio of funding non-profit groups which he blames for devastating fires
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NASA's Orion Capsule Takes a Ride on the 'Super Guppy'
NASA’s Orion Capsule Takes a Ride on the ‘Super Guppy’
Space Orion, which will help astronauts get to and from the moon and Mars, flew from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center
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Depression: Men far more at Risk than Women in Deprived Areas
Depression: Men far more at Risk than Women in Deprived Areas
The Conversation Depression is a major cause of disability around the world, and if left untreated, can lead to substance
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Babylonian Tablet from 3,000 Years Ago could be 'Oldest-ever Fake News'
Babylonian Tablet from 3,000 Years Ago could be ‘Oldest-ever Fake News’
Yahoo News An ancient Babylonian tablet telling the story of Noah and the Ark could be the oldest-ever example of “fake news”,
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The Science of Addiction: How Substance Abuse Changes Brain Chemistry
The Science of Addiction: How Substance Abuse Changes Brain Chemistry
Variety Medical and public health professionals have gained a more sophisticated understanding of how substance abuse changes the chemistry of
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Even Experts Can’t Agree on Whether Technology Is Dangerous for Kids
Even Experts Can’t Agree on Whether Technology Is Dangerous for Kids
Quartz Technology developed over the past two decades—including smartphones, laptops, tablets, and the applications that populate them—has radically transformed what
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Why Scientists Should Take more Coffee Breaks
Why Scientists Should Take more Coffee Breaks
Science I had always heard the stereotype: North Americans value independence, and Europeans value togetherness. But I never fully understood
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Vampire Bats form Bonds of ‘Friendship’ that Last Beyond Captivity
Vampire Bats form Bonds of ‘Friendship’ that Last Beyond Captivity
Agencies Vampire bats are known for their bloodthirsty cravings, but a new study suggests the mammals have a warm and
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Why Gluten May not Be the 'Bad Guy in Our Diets'
Why Gluten May not Be the ‘Bad Guy in Our Diets’
Mail on Sunday Going gluten-free is unlikely to be good for your gut, new research suggests. Fad diets that cut out
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