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Hold The Ice: Chemists Reveal Behavior Of Antifreeze Molecules

 

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Alligators And Crocodiles Possess Acute Sense Of Touch

 

 

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Ganges River Delta

 

New Today on Science360 Radio
‘El Niño and Coral Growth,’ With NSF-Funded Florida Tech Marine Scientist Richard Aronson

 

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Snails In The Waters, Disease In The Villages
Treatment for snail-borne schistosomiasis works best over the long haul, study finds.

Learning To Pivot In The Commercial World
Program helps scientists assess how and whether they can translate their promising discoveries into viable commercial products.

Middle Schoolers To Explore Sky With Robotic Telescopes
A new program will train 180 educators to engage their youths in telescopic observations of planets, asteroids, galaxies and other cosmic targets.

 

New in the Journals & Magazines

NEW SCIENTIST:Cave Stalactites Yield Best Clues To Sea-Level Rise

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN:The Stars Are Beginning To Go Out …

SCIENCE NEWS:Word-Detecting Baboons Are A Tough Read

PLOS :Parietal Cortex Signals Come Unstuck In Time

SCIENCE:New Species Gather Dust Before Their Scientific Debut

 

What the Blogs Are Saying Today

NOT EXACTLY ROCKET SCIENCE –The Smell Of White – Mixtures Of Many Distinct Scents End Up Smelling The Same

KRULWICH WONDERS –Why Not Say It Simply? How About Very Simply?

COOL GREEN SCIENCE –Illuminating The Water-Forests-Power Connection

SCIENTIST AT WORK –Breaking Nine Months Of Isolation

NOBEL INTENT –Finding A Direction Of Time In Exotic Particle Transformati