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Plants can tell time even without a brain — here s how

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Anyone who has traveled across multiple time zones and suffered jet lag will understand just how powerful our biological clocks are. In fact,

8/20/2019

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8/18/2019

Spain s coal miners continue to wait for their country s Green New

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Spain’s government isn’t getting much done these days.No political party won a majority in the nation’s general elections in April, and

8/17/2019

Mexico wants to run a tourist train through its Mayan heartland —

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Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has a dream for the Yucatan Peninsula. He wants to build a train that will leverage the tourism

8/14/2019

A recent leak of sulfuric acid into the Mexico s Sea of Cortez arouses

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On July 9, 2019, a facility operated by mining company Grupo Mexico spilled thousands of liters of sulfuric acid into the Sea of Cortez, raising

8/14/2019

Scientists say Ebola is now curable in major treatment breakthrough

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A clinical trial has shown that two new drugs — mAb114 and REGN-EB3 — improve Ebola patients' survival rates by a significant rate, scientists

8/13/2019

Endangered right whales have moved because of climate change — into

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At the Center for Coastal Studies in Provincetown, Christy Hudak, a researcher in the Right Whale Ecology Program, leaned over a microscope

8/13/2019

A summer camp experience may be more important than ever in today s

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Summer camp is a long-standing tradition in the United States. It’s a way for kids to take a break from academics and connect with nature. And

8/9/2019

How did tourism become so popular?

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Humans have always traveled, but tourism is now one of the biggest industries in the world, worth trillions of dollars and contributing to about

8/9/2019

Raising monarch butterflies can be fun but there is a right and wrong

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Raising monarch butterflies, arguably the most familiar North American butterfly species, in your home or backyard is an enjoyable, educational

8/5/2019

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New species of stegosaur is oldest ever found

Natural Resources

New species of stegosaur is oldest ever found

UC Davis Tahoe in 360 Video

Water Supply

UC Davis Tahoe in 360 Video

Fears over the state of UK rivers as expert warns none are safe to swim in

Wastewater

Fears over the state of UK rivers as expert warns none are safe to swim in

DNC Committee Votes Down Climate Debate

Climate

DNC Committee Votes Down Climate Debate

Drug-Resistant Salmonella Linked to Overuse of Antibiotics in Cattle

Management

Drug-Resistant Salmonella Linked to Overuse of Antibiotics in Cattle

Satellite images from Planet reveal devastating Amazon fires in near

Agriculture

Satellite images from Planet reveal devastating Amazon fires in near