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How can researchers solve the issue of reproducibility?

At SLAS 2017, the annual international conference and exhibition from the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening, the topic of reproducibility was center stage. Panelists in a special session discussed the challenges and solutions that both industry and academia...

source: By Suzanne Mason
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The numbers didn't add up. Even as Earth grew warmer and glaciers and ice sheets thawed, decades of satellite data seemed to show that the rate of sea-level rise was holding steady — or even declining. Now, after puzzling over this discrepancy for years, scientists...

source: Scientific American

Canada's current wetland protection efforts have overlooked how the environment naturally protects fresh-water resources from agricultural fertilizer contaminants, researchers from the University of Waterloo have found. In a recent study,...

source: EurekAlert

It's led to raids by law enforcement agencies and mass deaths in animals; in the United States, chefs have "dealers" who smuggle it into the country. These are "tonka beans" — the aromatic seed of a giant tree from deep in the Amazon rainforest.

source: BBC

While the topic of women in science receives a lot of theoretical attention, stories from actual women in science can be few and far between. There are studies on why women leave academic science, how we can recruit more women to STEM fields, what we need to do at different...

source: Canadian Science Publishing

On August 21, the moon will completely block out the sun over a 60-mile-wide path stretching from Oregon to South Carolina. The rest of the country will experience a partial version of this, with the moon blocking 50 percent of the sun or more. It's a rare celestial event,...

source: Vox

The remote Arctic tundra may seem like the last place on Earth human pollution should be causing a problem — yet it's filled with mercury contamination. That mercury leaks from the soil into rivers and ultimately the Arctic...

source: The Washington Post


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