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NASA's Spitzer Telescope Witnesses Asteroid Smashup 
Reuters - 5 Hours ago
PR Newswire WASHINGTON, Aug. 28, 2014 WASHINGTON , Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has spotted an eruption of dust around a young star, possibly the result
Spitzer telescope witnesses asteroid smashup PhysOrg.com
NASA’s Spitzer Telescope Witnesses Asteroid Smashup Eurasia Review
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Scientists dig into Ebola's deadly DNA for clues 
Miami Herald - 5 Hours ago
WASHINGTON -- A single funeral caused many. Stephen Gire and other health researchers on the ground in Africa had some hope that the Ebola outbreak was coming under control or at least plateauing in
Scientists dig into Ebola's deadly genes for clues KAALtv.com
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Taming of the bunny rewrote rabbit genome 
New Scientist - 4 Hours ago
When humans tamed rabbits, we changed around 100 regions of their genome. The shifts were subtle, but they may have made domestic rabbits less fearful than wild ones. Pet rabbits will happily sit in
Taming of the bunny rewrote rabbit genome - life - 28 August 2014 DailyMe.Com
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New signs of eruption at Iceland volcano 
Yahoo! News UK and Ireland - 4 Hours ago
By AFP | AFP  –  Teams monitoring Iceland's Bardarbunga volcano have found evidence of a possible underground eruption as powerful earthquakes continue to shake the area, Icelandic authorities said Thursday.     Add Comment

DNA tells story of Arctic peopling 
BBC - 4 Hours ago
A new "genetic prehistory" provides the best picture ever assembled of how the North American Arctic was populated, from 6,000 years ago to the present. DNA sequences from living and ancient inhabitants     Add Comment

Video: A 'leg up' in evolution? Watch this fish walk on land 
Los Angeles Times - 3 Hours ago
Sometimes a fish out of water really can do better on land! Scientists studying a strange fish called a bichir from riverbanks in Africa have found that when they raise these so-called dragon fish in     Add Comment
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Scientists dig into Ebola's deadly DNA for clues 
Miami Herald - 5 Hours ago
WASHINGTON -- A single funeral caused many. Stephen Gire and other health researchers on the ground in Africa had some hope that the Ebola outbreak was coming under control or at least plateauing in
Scientists dig into Ebola's deadly genes for clues KAALtv.com
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Gene studies of Ebola in Sierra Leone show virus is mutating fast 
Reuters Africa - 4 Hours ago
By Julie Steenhuysen CHICAGO Aug 28 (Reuters) - Genetic studies of some of the earliest Ebola cases in Sierra Leone reveal more than 300 genetic changes in the virus as it leapt from person to person,     Add Comment

Genetic clues to spread of Ebola 
BBC - 5 Hours ago
Scientists have tracked the spread of Ebola in West Africa, revealing genetic clues to the course of the outbreak. Genetic analysis of patient samples suggests the virus spread from Guinea to Sierra     Add Comment

Taming of the bunny rewrote rabbit genome 
New Scientist - 4 Hours ago
When humans tamed rabbits, we changed around 100 regions of their genome. The shifts were subtle, but they may have made domestic rabbits less fearful than wild ones. Pet rabbits will happily sit in
Taming of the bunny rewrote rabbit genome - life - 28 August 2014 DailyMe.Com
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DNA tells story of Arctic peopling 
BBC - 4 Hours ago
A new "genetic prehistory" provides the best picture ever assembled of how the North American Arctic was populated, from 6,000 years ago to the present. DNA sequences from living and ancient inhabitants     Add Comment

DNA Traces the Tale of Arctic's Long-Gone 'Hobbits' 
NBCNews.com - 4 Hours ago
Genetic analysis of present-day Arctic residents as well as ancient human remains reveals a previously unknown mass migration into the Americas from Siberia — and shows that an isolated Arctic culture     Add Comment
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A strong answer to climate change 
Washington Post - 23 Hours ago
By , A PROMINENT member of Congress has proposed a comprehensive national climate-change plan . It’s only 28 pages long , it’s market-based, and it would put money into the pockets of most Americans     Add Comment

5 Terrifying Facts From the Leaked UN Climate... 
Mother Jones - 5 Hours ago
How many synonyms for "grim" can I pack into one article? I had to consult the thesaurus: ghastly, horrid, awful, shocking, grisly, gruesome. This week, a big report from the UN's Intergovernmental Panel
5 Terrifying Facts From the Leaked UN Climate Report Mother Jones
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Want to fight climate change? Build more nuclear power. 
Christian Science Monitor - 10 Hours ago
Aging plants and competition from cheaper alternatives threaten the future of US nuclear power, the country's largest source of carbon-free electricity. Even with renewable energy, it will be exceedingly     Add Comment

Threatened coral: 20 types at risk from climate change 
Christian Science Monitor - 11 Hours ago
Threatened coral will be protected by the federal government by putting them on a list of threatened species. Climate change has contributed to an expanding list of threatened coral. This undated handout     Add Comment

Pumpkin spice lattes: A sinister plot revealed [Chicago Tribune :: ] 
BusinessWeek - 22 Hours ago
Aug. 28--Gird yourselves. The annual pumpkinization of America has begun. Though the calendar still reads August, coffee shops, bakeries and restaurants are already insisting that it be autumn in your     Add Comment

Editorial: A climate for change: A solution conservatives could accept 
Washington Post - 23 Hours ago
By , A PROMINENT member of Congress has proposed a comprehensive national climate-change plan . It’s only 28 pages long , it’s market-based, and it would put money into the pockets of most Americans     Add Comment
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