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Lyme Isn’t the Only Disease Ticks Are Spreading This Summer

It started off with vomiting and a fever. But a handful of days later, five-thirty day period old Liam was in the...

Cutting H-1B Visas Endangers Scientific Progress For Everyone

President Donald Trump’s latest govt order contacting for a sweeping evaluation of the H-1B visa system has lifted alarm in STEM-similar industries...

Ecologists Are Drowning in Sea of Data. These Tools Could Help

When maritime ecologists unveiled the Ocean Health Index for the initial time in 2012, it was a majestically ambitious accomplishment. The index, born...

Obesity Surgery May Work by Remaking Your Gut Microbiome

If you want to lose pounds, there is an app for that. Basically, hundreds. Fitbits, action trackers, foodstuff logs, calorie counters—people are...

For Modern Astronomers, It’s Learn to Code or Get Left Behind

Astronomer Meredith Rawls was in an astronomy master’s application at San Diego State College in 2008 when her professor threw a curveball. “We’re...

Jupiter’s Super-Weird Atmosphere Is Astonishing Scientists

NASA’s Juno mission has currently manufactured mincemeat of precedents and anticipations. When it arrived at Jupiter very last July immediately after a...

Trump’s Budget Forgets That Science Is Insurance for America

President Trump’s proposed 2018 price range will hardly ever essentially identify how the governing administration spends your revenue: Potus proposes and Congress...

This New Goldilocks Rocket Is Juuust Right for Small Satellites

At 4 pm community time on May 25, Rocket Lab’s Electron stood on the company’s private start pad on the Mahia Peninsula...

Virus Hunters Draw a Map of Zika’s Spread With DNA

In April 2015, scientists in Brazil described the very first case of Zika virus—finally putting a name to the mysterious rash, fever,...

Cool Spacewalk, Right? Get Ready for More—ISS Will Need Fixin’

When astronaut Peggy Whitson pushed out of the Intercontinental Space Station’s airlock on Tuesday morning, she was floating into history. Stipulated, Whitson...