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ScienceBlog.com: Breaking Science News

 Residual snakes, mammoth weevils. Views expressed in this science-technology update are those of the reporters and correspondents. Accessed on 26 July 2021, 2000 UTC, Post 471. Content suppled by "ScienceBlog.com" via email subscription. https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox/FMfcgzGkZZnHgVFTWVnXFVtBdhlRVpFC Thanks for joining us today. Russ Roberts https://www.hawaiisciencedaily.info Science Blog   scienceblog@getrevue.co   via  revue.email  5:13 AM (4 hours ago) to  me July 26, 2021 Residual Snakes thepoetryofscience. scienceblog.com Improving air quality reduces dementia risk, multiple studies suggest scienceblog.com Early-life social connections influence gene expression, stress resilience scienceblog.com Misplaced Trust: When Trust in Science Fosters Pseudoscience scienceblog.com Earth’s interior is swallowing up more carbon than thought scienceblog.com Extreme heat, dry summers main cause of tree death in Colorado’s subalpine forests scienceblog.com Four themes identi
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BBC Science Focus Magazine: Lunchtime Genius

 Injectable nanosensor will soon read your thoughts. Views expressed in this science-technology update are those of the reporters and correspondents. Accessed on 26 July 2021, 1231 UTC, Post 470. Content supplied by "BBC Science Focus Magazine" via email subscription: https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox/FMfcgzGkZZnHMvJWJrjPlDHNjswDMqKj Thanks for joining us today. Russ Roberts https://www.hawaiisciencedaily.info MONDAY 26 JULY 2021 The injectable nanosensor that will one day read your thoughts Imagine composing an email with nothing but your mind. Read more Advertisement Instant Genius Podcast: Sleep, with Dr Matthew Walker Dr Matthew Walker joins us on our podcasts Instant Genius and Instant Genius Extra. Read more Advertisement Put kit back in play. Sell your photo and video kit to MPB. In the UK, research shows more than half of photographers and videographers have kit they haven’t used in two years. Every single hidden-away camera and forgotten lens has potential. And

Smithsonian Magazine: Weekender Newsletter

 Moths that put butterflies to shame. Views expressed in this science-technology update are those of the reporters and correspondents/ Accessed on 25 July 2021, 2118 UTC, Post 469. Content provided by "Smithsonian Magazine:  Weekender Newsletter" via email subscription. Source:  https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#trash/FMfcgzGkZZlxTlgNCfpFqTjmTzblFcXw Thanks for joining us today. Russ Roberts https://www.hawaiisciencedaily.info 7/25/21 Weekend Newsletter To see this email in your  browser  click here. These Moths Are So Gorgeous They 'Put Butterflies to Shame' To celebrate National Moth Week, bask in the beautiful variety of these oft-overlooked insects Read More ›› The fuzz of the fingernail-sized rosy maple moth may remind you of a teddy bear. (Carla Rhodes) FEATURED ARTICLES How to Watch the Perseid Meteor Shower Read More ›› Mile-High Tsunami Caused by Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid Left Behind Towering 'Megaripples' Read More ›› Amateur Metal-Detectorist Finds