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us  Mon, 24-Nov-2014 15:21 - U.S. News Science
1. Flatow, 'Science Friday' settle claims over grant
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Radio host Ira Flatow and his "Science Friday" show that airs on many National Public Radio stations have agreed to pay nearly $146,000 to settle civil claims that they misused money from a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation, federal officials said Tuesday.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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2. Ig Nobel winner: Using pork to stop nosebleeds
BOSTON (AP) — There's some truth to the effectiveness of folk remedies and old wives' tales when it comes to serious medical issues, according to findings by a team from Detroit Medical Center.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
 
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3. China, US, India push world carbon emissions up
WASHINGTON (AP) — Spurred chiefly by China, the United States and India, the world spewed far more carbon pollution into the air last year than ever before, scientists announced Sunday as world leaders gather to discuss how to reduce heat-trapping gases.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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4. Engineers call for national approach to flooding
An organization of civil engineers is calling for a national strategy for mitigating flood risks, saying the U.S. has not fully heeded lessons from Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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5. Obama: No nation has 'free pass' on climate change
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is pledging to sign an executive order requiring the U.S. government to take climate change into account when it spends money overseas to help poorer countries.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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6. Mexico sees sign of hope for Monarch butterflies
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Experts in Mexico said Tuesday there is a tentative sign of hope for the mass migration of monarch butterflies, whose numbers dropped to their lowest level ever last year.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
 
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7. Mars missions: Successes and failures
NEW DELHI (AP) — Getting a spacecraft to orbit Mars is a complex mission that few countries have attempted, and even fewer have achieved.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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8. India successfully puts spacecraft in Mars' orbit
NEW DELHI (AP) — With homegrown technology and a remarkably low budget of about $75 million, India was on course to become the first nation to conduct a successful Mars mission on its first try.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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9. GE to give Penn State $10M for gas drilling center
PITTSBURGH (AP) — General Electric Co. says it will give Penn State University up to $10 million to create a new center for natural gas industry research.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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10. Indonesia enlists wasps in war on crop killer
BOGOR, Indonesia (AP) — They are the size of a pinhead and don't even pack a sting, but these tiny wasps are cold-blooded killers nonetheless. They work as nature's SWAT team, neutralizing a pest that threatens to destroy one of the developing world's most important staple foods: cassava.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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11. Mars mission opens India for space business
NEW DELHI (AP) — India triumphed in its first interplanetary mission, placing a satellite into orbit around Mars on Wednesday and catapulting the country into an elite club of deep-space explorers.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
 
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12. Jurors deliberating in poisoned doctor trial
HOUSTON (AP) — A Texas cancer researcher accused of poisoning a colleague who was also her lover was described by prosecutors on Wednesday as a devious and manipulative person who took extreme action when the man she'd become obsessed with rejected her.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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13. University launches beer-making program
DETROIT (AP) — Colleges and beer have a long shared history. A university in Michigan is taking that partnership to a new level with the creation of a program to train and certify experts in "fermentation science."
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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14. India releases first image of crater-scarred Mars
NEW DELHI (AP) — India's space agency has released an image of Mars taken by the nation's first interplanetary spacecraft.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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15. US-Russian crew docks with space station
BAIKONUR, Kazakhstan (AP) — A U.S.-Russian space crew has blasted off successfully for the International Space Station.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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16. 7 rescued, 32 missing as volcano erupts in Japan
TOKYO (AP) — A volcano erupted in central Japan on Saturday, sending a large plume of ash high into the sky and prompting a warning to climbers and others to avoid the area.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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17. Recovery of bodies suspended at Japanese volcano
TOKYO (AP) — Rescue workers on Sunday found more than 30 people unconscious and believed to be dead near the peak of an erupting volcano, a Japanese police official said.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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18. Studies fault warming in much of 2013 wild weather
WASHINGTON (AP) — Scientists looking at 16 cases of wild weather around the world last year see the fingerprints of man-made global warming on more than half of them.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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19. USC memory scientist Richard Thompson dies at 84
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Richard F. Thompson, the University of Southern California neuroscientist whose experiments with rabbits led to breakthrough discoveries on how memories are physically stored in the brain, has died. He was 84.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Mon, 24-Nov-2014 15:21 - U.S. News Science
20. Japan police: Volcanic rocks killed most victims
TOKYO (AP) — Police say it's been determined that almost all of the people killed on a Japanese volcano died of injuries from being hit by volcanic rocks that flew out during its eruption.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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21. Nobel-winning physicist Martin Perl dies at age 87
PALO ALTO, Calif. (AP) — A Nobel Prize-winning physicist from Stanford University who discovered a subatomic particle known as the tau lepton has died at age 87.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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22. Surge in Sierra bears reported; 9 caught in 2 days
RENO, Nev. (AP) — You'd be hungry too if you couldn't find any food and were used to eating the equivalent of more than 80 cheeseburgers a day.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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23. A look at winners of 2014 Nobel Prize in medicine
WHO WON?
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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24. 2nd total lunar eclipse of year coming up Wed.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — If you missed April's total eclipse of the moon, now's your chance. But you'll need to get up early.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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25. Nobel Prize for work on brain's navigation system
STOCKHOLM (AP) — U.S.-British scientist John O'Keefe and Norwegian married couple May-Britt Moser and Edvard Moser won the Nobel Prize in medicine on Monday for discovering the brain's positioning system.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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26. DNA linked to how much coffee you drink
NEW YORK (AP) — How much coffee do you drink every day? One cup in the morning? Or do you gulp it all day?
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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27. Astronauts resume routine spacewalks for NASA
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Two astronauts performed a spacewalk 260 miles up Tuesday, NASA's first routine maintenance outside the International Space Station in more than a year.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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28. Scientists see severe coral bleaching near Oahu
KANEOHE, Hawaii (AP) — While people in Hawaii have been sweating out a lack of trade winds, corals underwater are also suffering.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Mon, 24-Nov-2014 15:21 - U.S. News Science
29. Protesters halt Hawaii telescope groundbreaking
HONOLULU (AP) — Protesters have halted a groundbreaking and Hawaiian blessing ceremony at the summit of Mauna Kea for the construction of one of the world's largest telescopes.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Mon, 24-Nov-2014 15:21 - U.S. News Science
30. LED there be light: 3 share Nobel for blue diode
STOCKHOLM (AP) — Isamu Akasaki and Hiroshi Amano of Japan and U.S. scientist Shuji Nakamura won the Nobel Prize in physics on Tuesday for the invention of blue light-emitting diodes — a new energy efficient and environment-friendly light source.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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