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August 01, 2015
One In Four Indiana Residents' E-Record Data Exposed in Hack
Researchers Find That Queen Bees Vaccinate Their Offspring
CDC's top modeler courts controversy with disease estimate
AP Science News - 14:00
Cecil the Lion’s Death Spurred Donations to Wildlife Groups … Now What?
These Bizarre Fungi Resemble Corpse Fingers, UFOs, Tongues
July 31, 2015
1st legal medical pot sold in Nevada 15 years after approval
AP Health News - 22:00
Regulators close case questioning California reactor repairs
AP Science News - 20:00
Correction: Colorado Fluoride Debate story
AP Health News - 18:00
Ebola Vaccine 100% Successful In Guinea Trial
Experimental Ebola vaccine could stop virus in West Africa
AP Health News - 16:00
Cecil Is One of Hundreds of Lions Killed Recently in Zimbabwe
Crystal clear images uncover secrets of hormone receptors
The week in science: Nature's news quiz
news@nature.com - 14:00
World Population Expected to Reach 9.7 Billion by 2050
Chimps denied legal personhood will be retired from research
AP Science News - 12:00
For one lion researcher, Cecil’s death spurs outpouring of support
ScienceNOW - 12:00
Background music may influence your spending habits
ScienceNOW - 12:00
Podcast: Happy hamsters, a controversial vaccine study, and more
ScienceNOW - 11:00
Successful Ebola vaccine provides 100% protection in trial
news@nature.com - 10:00
Ocean scientists pore over path of possible MH370 wing flap
news@nature.com - 10:00
Ebola vaccine works, offering 100% protection in African trial
ScienceNOW - 10:00
Game-Changing Ebola Vaccine Could Stop Virus
NIH Clinical Center awarded prestigious certification for electronic medical record system
Experimental Ebola Vaccine Looks "Promising": World Health Org
UN Ebola mission winds down, WHO takes reins in West Africa
Once a sideshow, former preemies praise doctor years later
Why Africa's Vultures Are "Collapsing Toward Extinction"
Antiburp compound could reduce methane emissions from cows
ScienceNOW - 4:45
Hate COMPETES? With new bill, Rep. Smith doubles down on pending NSF legislation
ScienceNOW - 3:00
Golden rice paper retracted after legal bid fails
ScienceNOW - 3:00
Slow-mo avalanches on the rise
ScienceNOW - 1:30
South Korea may not be declared MERS-free until September
ScienceNOW - 1:15
Lawsuit accuses CVS of overcharging for generic drugs
July 30, 2015
Fluoride debate hits Colorado's largest water utility
AP Health News - 18:00
Endangered pallid sturgeon larvae found in Missouri River
AP Science News - 18:00
Only small increase in US girls getting cervical cancer shot
AP Health News - 18:00
Why Cecil the Lion Was So Popular With People
Paralyzed men move legs with new non-invasive spinal cord stimulation
Court dismisses lawsuit seeking personhood for 2 NY chimps
AP Science News - 16:00
Earth's ancient magnetic field just got a lot older
news@nature.com - 16:00
Crumb of mouse brain reconstructed in full detail
news@nature.com - 16:00
Feds release updated strategy against AIDS in America
AP Health News - 16:00
Saving rhinos in a lab
Health law's nonprofit insurance co-ops awash in red ink
AP Health News - 14:00
Brilinta? Brintellix? FDA warns of drug name mix-ups
AP Health News - 14:00
High-resolution 3D images reveal the muscle mitochondrial power grid
Heart stem cell researchers’ lawsuit against Harvard and BWH dismissed
ScienceNOW - 12:15
Meet the First New Canine Found in 150 Years
African golden jackals are actually golden wolves
ScienceNOW - 12:00
These 7 Famous Conservationists Also Hunted
8-Year-Old Makes History As First Pediatric Dual Hand Transplant Recipient
"Imperfect" Vaccines May Aid Survival of Ultrahot Viruses
Dr. Peter Kilmarx appointed Deputy Director of Fogarty International Center
NYC health department investigates Legionnaire's outbreak
Charismatic lion's death highlights struggles of conservation scientists
El Niño Could Mean Extreme Weather, Fewer Anchovies
Free checkups helping Special Olympics athletes stay healthy
Feature: As U.S. moves to allow women in combat, researchers help set the bar
ScienceNOW - 3:45
Judge rules research chimps are not ‘legal persons’
ScienceNOW - 3:45
Judge rules research chimps are not ‘legal persons’
ScienceNOW - 3:45
This detailed video of a mouse brain will make you think twice about studying neuroscience
ScienceNOW - 2:15
Drought is preventing trees from fighting climate change
ScienceNOW - 2:00
July 29, 2015
Planned Parenthood seeks fed study of fetal tissue research
AP Health News - 20:00
Rare White Rhino Dies, Leaving Only Four Left on the Planet
GOP presses Planned Parenthood aid ban, faces long odds
AP Health News - 17:00
Can Lion Trophy Hunting Support Conservation?
Hacked molecular machine could pump out custom proteins
news@nature.com - 15:00
Correction: Weight Loss-Balloon story
AP Health News - 14:00
Historic human burials identified
news@nature.com - 13:00
The week in science: 24–30 July 2015
news@nature.com - 13:00
Newfound Bacteria Expand Tree of Life
Correction: Lake Erie Algae story
AP Health News - 11:00
The boom in mini stomachs, brains, breasts, kidneys and more
news@nature.com - 11:00
What It’s Like to Plunge Into the Heart of a Forest Fire
Neanderthals had outsize effect on human biology
Senate panel approves public access bill
ScienceNOW - 5:00
Then amp; Now: Medicare and Medicaid turn 50
Uganda chimpanzees are binge eating clay
ScienceNOW - 3:00
Pictures: The World's Tigers—There Are Only 3,200 Left in the Wild
Human fetal tissue long used for variety of medical studies
Immigrants, poor fish for their dinner, unaware of mercury
Human fetal tissue long used for variety of medical studies
July 28, 2015
Surgeon who helped pioneer key CPR technique dies at 87
AP Health News - 21:00
Boy who lost hands to infection gets double-hand transplant
AP Health News - 21:00
Panel scales back new oil rules for North Dakota reservation
AP Science News - 19:00
Oklahoma day care closes after reports of sunburned children
AP Science News - 19:00
FDA approves stomach-filling balloon for weight loss
AP Health News - 19:00
US expects to pay farmers $191 million for birds lost to flu
AP Science News - 17:00
Ohio city detects Lake Erie toxins that led to 2014 crisis
AP Health News - 17:00
Health care spending to accelerate, US report says
AP Health News - 17:00
US expects to pay farmers $191 million for birds lost to flu
AP Health News - 17:00
Boy who lost limbs to infection gets double-hand transplant
AP Health News - 15:00
Critically endangered northern white rhino dies at Czech zoo
AP Science News - 15:00
Why Insects Are Drawn to Corpse Flower’s Stench
Killing of Cecil the Lion Sparks Debate Over Trophy Hunts
We Transformed Living Cells from Pigs into Tiny Lasers
Budget showdown leaves US science agencies in limbo
news@nature.com - 13:00
Exclusive: Genomics pioneer Jun Wang on his new AI venture
news@nature.com - 13:00
Spanish maths leader punished over mismanagement claims
ScienceNOW - 11:45
Spanish math leader punished over mismanagement claims
ScienceNOW - 11:45