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Scientists claim to have solved the mystery of India's lake of skeletons. Views expressed in this science and technology update are those of the reporters and correspondents. Content supplied by "EIN Presswire." Accessed on 28 February 2021, 2345 UTC, Post 160. Source:   https://science.einnews.com/ Please click link or scroll down to read your selections. Thanks for joining us today. Russ Roberts https://www.hawaiisciencedaily.info SCIENCE NEWSWIRE Get by    Email    •     RSS Published on  15:20 GMT The Ambivalence Of Black History Month - Perspective From An African American Scientist As I sit her on this cloudy Sunday morning in Georgia, I realized that it was the last day of Black History Month. This annual celebration can be traced to the son of former slaves, Carter G. Woodson. According to the Association for the Study of African … Source:  Forbes  -  NEUTRAL Published on  23:00 GMT Case Closed? Scientists Claim to Have Solved Mystery of India’s Lake of Skeletons

Smithsonian Magazine Weekender Newsletter

Color photographs of Imperial Russia reveal a world lost to history. Views expressed in this science and technology update are those of the reporters and correspondents. Content supplied by the "Smithsonian Magazine Newsletter." Accessed on 28 February 2021, 1253 UTC. Source:   https://www.smithsonianmag.com/newsletters/weekender-033014/ Please click link or scroll down to read your selections. Thanks for joining us today. Russ Roberts https://www.hawaiisciencedaily.info Color Photographs of Imperial Russia Reveal a World Lost to History At Paris' Zadkine Museum, explore vibrant photos of the pre-Soviet Russian Empire Read More ›› "Peasant girls." Young Russian women offer berries to visitors in a rural area along the Sheksna River near the small town of Kirillov.  (Prokudin-Gorskiń≠/Library of Congress) FEATURED ARTICLES Five Health Benefits of Standing Desks Read More ›› The Last Adventure of Richard Halliburton, the Forgotten Hero of 1930s America Read More ››

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Targeted spraying prevents malaria. Views expressed in this science and technology update are those of the reporters and correspondents. Content provided by "ScienceDigest.com" via https://feedly.com. Accessed on 27 February 2350 UTC, Post 158. Source:  https://feedly.com/i/collection/content/user/f401222a-bca6-4c45-9cc1-183f239e8d86/category/cddfb7df-c366-4be7-94a2-be2de039b53 Please click link or scroll down to read your selections. Thanks for joining us today. Russ Roberts https://www.hawaiisciencedaily.info sciencedaily.com 10 MOST POPULAR Targeted spraying to prevent malaria in low-transmission setting halves cost of current practice 36 ScienceDaily  /  4h Furthermore, the targeted Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS) intervention was safe, less costly, and more cost-effective compared with standard 'blanket' IRS, meaning savings could potentially be reallocated to other malaria control and elimination activities. Largest cluster of galaxies known in the early universe