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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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Mining the traditional ecological knowledge of Gulf of Mexico communities to help unravel the legacy...


Prince was more than a pop star. He was the living embodiment of the music itself; a genre-defying, gender-bending master who could play guitar like Hendrix, out dress Madonna and get down with the spirit of James Brown. But now he's gone. One year ago, on April 21, 2016,...

source: CNN

Amphibians just can't seem to catch a break. As if habitat destruction, pollution, pesticides and introduced predators weren't enough to usher them into a modern-day mass extinction, this diverse class of semi-aquatic creatures now...

source: Mother Nature Network

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards has declared a state of emergency over the state's rapidly eroding coastline. It's an effort to bring nationwide attention to the issue and speed up the federal permitting process for coastal restoration...

source: NPR

A caterpillar that munches on plastic bags could hold the key to tackling plastic pollution, scientists say. Researchers at Cambridge University have discovered that the larvae of the moth, which eats wax in bee hives, can also degrade plastic. Experiments show the insect...

source: BBC News

Since the industrial age began in the late 18th century, the pH level at the oceans’ surface has fallen by an average of 0.1. While that may not sound like a lot, that increased acidity, when combined with warming temperatures,...

source: Pacific Standard


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