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us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 14:37 - BBC Science
1. VIDEO: Will India act on climate change?
Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi and US President Barack Obama are holding talks on climate change.
Originally posted at BBC Science 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 10:38 - U.S. News Science
2. Medical pot only OK for sick kids failed by other drugs: MDs
CHICAGO (AP) — With virtually no hard proof that medical marijuana benefits sick children, and evidence that it may harm developing brains, the drug should only be used for severely ill kids who have no other treatment option, the nation's most influential pediatricians group says in a new policy.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 03:37 - BBC Science
3. VIDEO: Ancient underwater forest discovered
BBC Inside Out reveals a 'lost world' with the discovery of a remarkable submerged forest thousands of years old underneath the sea off eastern England.
Originally posted at BBC Science 

 
us  Sun, 25-Jan-2015 20:38 - U.S. News Science
4. Navy wants to increase use of sonar-emitting buoys
SEATTLE (AP) — The U.S. Navy is seeking permits to expand sonar and other training exercises off the Pacific Coast, a proposal raising concerns from animal advocates who say that more sonar-emitting buoys would harm whales and other creatures that live in the water.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Sun, 25-Jan-2015 20:38 - U.S. News Science
5. Millions of GMO insects could be released in Florida Keys
KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) — Millions of genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in the Florida Keys if British researchers win approval to use the bugs against two extremely painful viral diseases.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Sat, 24-Jan-2015 20:12 - U.S. News Science
6. Experts examine bones as Spain hunts for Cervantes' remains
MADRID (AP) — Experts searching for the remains of Miguel de Cervantes hope they are entering the final phase of their nine-month quest to solve the mystery of where the great Spanish writer was buried.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
 
us  Sat, 24-Jan-2015 17:12 - U.S. News Science
7. Spain's hunt for author Cervantes' remains enters key phase
MADRID (AP) — Experts searching for the remains of Miguel de Cervantes hope they are entering the final phase of their nine-month quest to solve the mystery of where the great Spanish writer was buried.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Sat, 24-Jan-2015 15:11 - BBC Science
8. VIDEO: The big changes in British birdlife
RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch gets under way with thousands of people expected to record bird sightings in their gardens.
Originally posted at BBC Science 

 
us  Sat, 24-Jan-2015 06:40 - BBC Science
9. VIDEO: Killer whale could be set free
In the next few days the authorities in the United States will decide whether to put killer whales on the list of endangered species.
Originally posted at BBC Science 

 
us  Sat, 24-Jan-2015 03:41 - U.S. News Science
10. Regulators order pipeline upgrades after Montana oil spill
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A Wyoming company says it will replace a pipeline that broke and spilled oil into the Yellowstone River with a new line buried more deeply to protect against future accidents.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Sat, 24-Jan-2015 03:40 - BBC Science
11. VIDEO: Rat eradication ship sets sail
A conservation team in the final phase of a mission to eradicate rats from South Georgia sets sail from the Falkland Islands.
Originally posted at BBC Science 

 
 
us  Sat, 24-Jan-2015 01:41 - U.S. News Science
12. Settlements reached in so-called 'hot fuel' litigation
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Twenty-eight oil companies and retailers have agreed to settle litigation claiming customers were knowingly overcharged when gas station fuel temperatures rose.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Fri, 23-Jan-2015 22:41 - U.S. News Science
13. After oil spill, company says new line will be safer
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A Wyoming company says it will replace a pipeline that broke and spilled oil into the Yellowstone River with a new line buried more deeply to protect against future accidents.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Fri, 23-Jan-2015 20:41 - U.S. News Science
14. After spill, pipeline company says new line will be safer
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A Wyoming company says it will replace a pipeline that broke and spilled oil into the Yellowstone River with a new line buried more deeply to protect against future accidents.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Fri, 23-Jan-2015 20:41 - U.S. News Science
15. School: Sea otter conceived in wild is 1st born in captivity
SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (AP) — A sea otter impregnated in the wild has given birth at the University of California, Santa Cruz, allowing researchers a rare look at a nursing mother.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Fri, 23-Jan-2015 20:40 - BBC Science
16. Winston Churchill's passion for science
Charting Winston Churchill's passion for research
Originally posted at BBC Science 

 
us  Fri, 23-Jan-2015 17:41 - U.S. News Science
17. Art embraces science in new British play 'Oppenheimer'
LONDON (AP) — Suddenly, scientists are sexy. With Benedict Cumberbatch nominated for multiple trophies as Alan Turing and Eddie Redmayne turning heads as Stephen Hawking, young British actors playing scientists are all the rage this awards season.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Fri, 23-Jan-2015 05:41 - U.S. News Science
18. Texas Panhandle gets foot of snow
EL PASO, Texas (AP) — A winter storm has swept through parts of Texas, dropping up to a foot of snow in the Panhandle and prompting El Paso to close government offices early.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Fri, 23-Jan-2015 03:41 - U.S. News Science
19. First major retailer to reopen after Hawaii lava scare
HILO, Hawaii (AP) — A drugstore plans to reopen next week in the small Hawaii town that's being threatened by a slow-moving lava flow, making it the first major retailer to return since molten rock prompted several businesses to evacuate last month.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Thu, 22-Jan-2015 22:41 - U.S. News Science
20. Montana Oil Spill Renews Worries
Oil spill into Yellowstone River renews concerns about pipeline safety.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Thu, 22-Jan-2015 22:41 - U.S. News Science
21. Tests results pending on dead birds in Northern California
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Nearly a week after a mysterious gray gunk surfaced on shorelines in the San Francisco Bay Area, the substance has killed more than 200 seabirds.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Thu, 22-Jan-2015 22:41 - U.S. News Science
22. Thumb bones in pre-humans make them more like us, study says
WASHINGTON (AP) — Some of our tree-swinging pre-human ancestors may have been a bit more like us than previously thought, thanks to a tiny section of their thumbs.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Thu, 22-Jan-2015 20:40 - BBC Science
23. 'Targeted conservation' in Borneo
Half of Borneo's mammals will see their habitats shrink by more than a third by 2080, according to a new report.
Originally posted at BBC Science 

 
us  Thu, 22-Jan-2015 13:40 - BBC Science
24. Satellite system targets 'dark fish'
A UK-developed smart application that incorporates satellite and other data is tracking illegal fishing on the high seas.
Originally posted at BBC Science 

 
us  Thu, 22-Jan-2015 10:41 - U.S. News Science
25. Romney says leaders in both parties failing the nation
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Mitt Romney says one of the biggest challenges facing the country is climate change and that global solutions are needed to combat it.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Thu, 22-Jan-2015 04:41 - U.S. News Science
26. Officials begin testing mystery goo as bird death toll rises
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco Bay Area officials have begun laboratory tests and necropsies on dead seabirds found coated with a mysterious substance that looks and feels like dirty rubber cement.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Wed, 21-Jan-2015 23:41 - U.S. News Science
27. Asteroid 1,800 feet across to whip past Earth on Monday
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — An asteroid up to 1,800 feet across is headed Earth's way. But don't worry: It will miss us by 745,000 miles, about three times the distance between Earth and the moon.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Wed, 21-Jan-2015 22:41 - U.S. News Science
28. Officials begin testing mystery gunk linked to bird deaths
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco Bay Area officials have begun laboratory tests and necropsies on dead seabirds found coated with a mysterious substance that looks and feels like dirty rubber cement.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Wed, 21-Jan-2015 13:07 - U.S. News Science
29. After 5 Reports: Future of U.N. Climate Body Debated
Group has determined, with 95 percent certainty, humans are responsible.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
us  Wed, 21-Jan-2015 13:07 - U.S. News Science
30. 'God particle' researcher to lead Swiss CERN lab
BERLIN (AP) — The renowned lab that confirmed the existence of the elusive "God particle" has selected an Italian physicist who played a key role in that research to be its new director general.
Originally posted at U.S. News Science 

 
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