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Still sharp, Hubble Space Telescope turning 25 with a cloudy future 
Washington Post - 2 Hours ago
By , The Hubble Space Telescope turns 25 on Friday, but no one should call it old. It’s mature . It’s the great silverback of astronomy, grizzled from wear and tear and yet still powerful and utterly
Still sharp, Hubble turns 25 with a cloudy future MSN News US
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Solar plane reaches China final leg Nanjing 
People.com.cn - 73 Minutes ago
NANJING, April 22 -- Solar Impulse 2 arrived in eastern Chinese city Nanjing on Tuesday evening, the final leg in China for the solar-powered airplane's round-the-world trip. The Swiss-made solar-powered     Add Comment

Solar Impluse 2 arrives at Nanjing Lukou Int'l Airport 
People.com.cn - 73 Minutes ago
Pilot Bertrand Piccard is interviewed as he arrives at Nanjing Lukou International Airport by flying Swiss-made solar-powered plane Solar Impluse 2 in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province,     Add Comment

Solar jet starts next round-the-world leg in China 
Arab News - 3 Hours ago
BEIJING: A pioneering plane attempting to circumnavigate the globe powered only by the sun took off in China early Tuesday for the next stage of its journey, organizers said. The Solar Impulse 2’s departure
Solar plane starts next round-the-world leg from China Philippine Department of Energy
Solar plane starts next round-the-world leg China Post
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LQT1-phenotypes in hiPSCs [Biological Sciences] 
PNAS - 3 Hours ago
In their letter on our recent publication on modeling Jervell and Lange-Nielsen syndrome (JLNS) using human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes (hiPSC-CMs) (1), Christ et al. question:
LQT1-phenotypes in hiPSC [Biological Sciences] PNAS
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Mining boom 'increased marine pest risk' 
ABC Online - 3 Hours ago
News in Science Wednesday, 22 April 2015 Anna Salleh ABC (Source: SanerG/iStockphoto) Ballast boom Australia's recent mining boom increased the risk of new marine pests arriving in the nation's     Add Comment
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>>   Genetics
4/21: Prosecutors urge Boston jurors to choose death for Tsarnaev; Will new genetic  
CBS News - 3 Hours ago
Prosecutors in the Boston Marathon bombing trial spent Tuesday trying to convince a jury to choose the death penalty as the punishment for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev; color Genomics has come up with a saliva kit     Add Comment

Regeneus Ltd Receives Approval for Progenza OA Trial 
4 Traders - 3 Hours ago
Sydney, Australia (ABN Newswire) - Regeneus (ASX:RGS), a clinical stage regenerative medicine company focused on the development of cell therapies, announced today that it has received ethics approval
REGENEUS : receives approval for Progenza stem cell trial for osteoarthritis (News  4 Traders
REGENEUS : receives approval for Progenza stem cell trial for osteoarthritis 4 Traders
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Development of a PCR Assay for Rapid Detection of Cronobacter sakazakii from Powdered  
Journal of Food Safety - 50 Minutes ago
Abstract The occurrence of outbreaks of C ronobacter sakazakii causing necrotizing meningitis in China highlights the need for strain characterization of this pathogenic species. In this study, SMM     Add Comment

Protein and genetic diagnosis of LGMD2A: The yield and the pitfalls 
Muscle and Nerve - 2 Hours ago
ABSTRACT Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy type 2A (LGMD2A) is the most frequent form of LGMD worldwide. A comprehensive clinical assessment and laboratory testing is essential to diagnose LGMD2A. Muscle     Add Comment

Correction for Moller, Mitochondrial metabolism is regulated by thioredoxin [Correction] 
PNAS - 3 Hours ago
COMMENTARY Correction for “Mitochondrial metabolism is regulated by thioredoxin,” by Ian Max Møller, which appeared in issue 11, March 17, 2015, of Proc Natl Acad Sci USA (112:3180–3181; first published     Add Comment

AAD Annual Meeting Draws More Than 18,500 to San Francisco 
Infrosoft - 72 Minutes ago
(Genetics Society of America) The Genetics Society of America (GSA) and the community of fungal geneticists are pleased to announce the winners of the GSA poster awards at the 28th Fungal Genetics Conference,
Robert Flanigan, MD, Receives Distinguished Service Award From Chicago Urological  Infrosoft
Argonne Earth Day Event Infrosoft
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>>   Climate change
Acopia Harvest's "Project Spout" Program, Developers of High Quality Hydroponics  
Yahoo! Finance - 3 Hours ago
- Irving A. Backman and Acopia Harvest's "Green Machine™" are featured at hands-on demonstrations of advanced sustainable hydroponics food production in celebration of Earth Day at a series of events
Acopia Harvest’s “Project Spout” Program, Developers of High Quality Hydroponics  Canadian Business Journal
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Environment may get bigger stage at Iowa Caucuses 
USA Today - 38 Minutes ago
DES MOINES, Iowa — Hot-button issues such as clean power, water-quality regulations and renewable fuels are expected , as environmental activists put more pressure on presidential contenders to address     Add Comment

Climate change: Paris 'last chance' 
BBC - 2 Hours ago
Scientists are calling on world leaders to sign up to an eight-point plan of action at landmark talks in Paris. The key element is the goal to limit global warming to below 2C by moving to zero carbon     Add Comment

Hillary's strong message on climate change 
MSNBC - 3 Hours ago
CONCORD, New Hampshire – Hillary Clinton thrilled Democratic lawmakers in this key presidential state Tuesday afternoon with a strong progressive message on climate change and campaign finance reform.     Add Comment

Natural Gas Leaks: A $30B Opportunity And Global Menace 
Forbes.com - 3 Hours ago
A new study released Tuesday suggests that the global oil and gas industries allow as much as 3.6 trillion cubic feet of natural gas — and almost certainly far more — to escape into the atmosphere annually.
Natural Gas Leaks: A $30 Billion Opportunity and Global Warming Menace Forbes.com
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Climate change sends marine ecosystems into thousand-year nosedive 
TheStar.com.my - 71 Minutes ago
Changes to the climate have had major impacts on the oceans and the biological systems that live there. A new study sheds more light on how fast these systems respond to changes. What the authors found
Slow recovery for ocean biosystem affected by climate change TheStar.com.my
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