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Polar puzzles

Polar puzzles

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | Arctic and Antarctic ice reveal how much we don’t know about the Earth’s climate

Milky Way compass

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Science | Planetary nebulae surprise by aligning themselves along the galaxy’s plane

Heat seekers

Heat seekers

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | The UN is preparing to release another alarmist climate change review

Price pioneers

Price pioneers

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | A surgical center in Oklahoma City brings healthy competition to healthcare

Soil and gas

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Science | New Orleans officials want energy companies to pay billions to restore the coast

Liver delivery

Liver delivery

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | A new experiment makes lab-grown organs more plausible

Carbon decree

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | Obama will regulate CO2 as a pollutant, but to what effect?

Testosterone trouble

Testosterone trouble

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Science | Doctors raise caution on the growth of treatment for “low T”

Goals in mind

Goals in mind

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | Neuroscientists debate objectives behind a splashy $3 billion brain mapping effort

Egos and embryos

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | Scientists harvest stem cells from cloned human embryos for the first time

Customer care

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Science | Doctors are pushing back against skyrocketing drug prices

Moderate warriors?

Moderate warriors?

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Science | Obama’s Cabinet picks on energy and environment have had nice things to say about natural gas

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