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Study Tracks Neonic Pesticides in Iowa Waters
A federal study has found that controversial neonicotinoid pesticides are widespread in rivers and streams in Iowa, the top U.S. corn-producing state.
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The three men who made a giant leap for mankind returned home from their mission to the moon 45 years ago.
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Neuroscientists say it's bogus to think we use just 10 percent of our brain, but now geneticists are saying we use less than 10 percent of our genome.
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Nuclear Industry Should Plan For Rare Disasters: Experts
Expect the unexpected when it comes to nuclear power accidents, experts said Thursday in a report on the lessons learned from the 2011 disaster in Fukushima.
Russia Loses Contact With Satellite Carrying Geckos
Russia’s space agency is trying to re-establish communication with a satellite carrying geckos, fruit flies and other organisms for experiments.
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100,000-Year-Old Case of Brain Damage Discovered
An ancient skeleton unearthed in Israel may contain the oldest evidence of brain damage in a modern human.
Fukushima Monkeys Show Signs of Radiation Exposure
Wild monkeys living near the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant were affected by the meltdown, scientists say.
'Uncontacted' Amazon People Treated for the Flu
A group of people who had been living in isolation may have contracted the flu, a disease they had never been exposed to before.
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