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  • Reading Uncertainly: ‘The Origins of Creativity’ by Edward O. Wilson 22 Oct 2018 06:34 Lyme Line I will admit, right at the start, that I am an admirer of Edward O. Wilson, the Harvard biologist and professor emeritus. I’ve read and been stimulated by many of his earlier works: Half-Earth (2016), The Meaning of Human Existence (2014), The Social …
  • 3rd International Conference on Geology & Earth Science 17 Oct 2018 13:53 Azer News 17 October 2018 17:32 (UTC+04:00) 136 Third International Conference on Geology & Earth Science (Geoscience-2019) is going to be held during April 10-12, 2019 at Valencia, Spain. GeoScience-2019 aims to discover advances, practical experiences and …
  • Real or Not? The Science Behind 12 Unusual Sightings 14 Oct 2018 12:50 LiveScience By Denise Chow, Assistant Managing Editor | October 14, 2018 08:28am ET Credit: Frazer Harrison/Getty Bigfoot Imagine: You're hiking in the woods when you hear a twig snap. Whirling around, you catch a glimpse of something large … large and hairy. …
  • Essential Science: Unpicking ‘dark data’ in fossil collections 01 Oct 2018 07:31 Digital Journal Scientists have begun to use new technologies to help quantify the vast and curious fossil finds that are stored, and in some cases remained untouched for decades, on museum shelves. Over centuries fossils have been collected and housed in museum stores, …
  • Abbreviated Science Round-up: Nobels so male, birds vs bats, origami robotics 29 Sep 2018 19:27 Daily Kos Biomechanics Science: Hummingbirds face off their their dark nemesis … the nectar bat Okay, maybe nectar bats aren’t the arch enemies of hummingbirds. The arch enemy of hummingbirds is probably all the physics that makes their lives so on-the-edge that …

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