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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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Across cultures, 2% to 10% of people report having same-sex relations. In the U.S., 1% to 2.2% of women and men, respectively, identify as gay. Despite these numbers, many people still consider homosexual behavior to be an anomalous choice....

source: The Conversation

Toronto's most famous hotel has been transformed into a new icon but with the same old-world glamour it has always been known for. From upgrades to its common areas and event spaces, to a total revamp of its guest rooms,...

source: TOPHOTELNEWS

The Environmental Protection Agency recently announced that it plans to loosen federal rules on methane by allowing oil and gas operators to largely police themselves when it comes to preventing the powerful greenhouse gas from...

source: The Washington Post

Tom Shlesinger knew what happens when corals have sex, but neither the books he had read nor the videos he had seen had prepared him for actually witnessing the event. It happened on a summer night in 2015. Shlesinger had been snorkeling in the Gulf of Eilat for a few frustratingly...

source: The Atlantic

Jackie Flynn Mogensen writes: If you're like me, you've looked at a paper coffee cup or an empty tube of toothpaste and thought, "Is this recyclable?" before tossing it in the recycling bin, hoping someone, somewhere, would sort it out. People in the waste management industry...

source: Mother Jones

Tens of thousands of fires in the Amazon continue to burn, and that's bad news for many animals, including birds. While much of the world watches in horror, over four million acres of rainforest in Brazil have burned as result of a new focus on agriculture and development.

source: The Allegheny Front

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