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Pentagon Eases Blockade of Access to Science Group's Website

For the past six months, Defense Department employees attempting to read online blogs on the Federation of American Scientists were presented with a notice saying, Access to this website has been blocked for operational reasons by the DoD ... Government Executive, 1 week ago

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Grading the Presidential Candidates on Science

Two weeks ago, Scientific American asked for your help in grading the presidential candidates on their answers to 20 questions about various aspects of scientific endeavor. The questions were refined by a group of scientific institutions ...
 Scientific American1 day ago U.S. presidential candidates answer 20 questions on science  Chemical & Engineering News1 week ago
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200 million Americans have this carcinogen in their drinking water

For more than a year, federal, state and local officials have struggled to properly respond to the crisis in Flint, Michigan, where lead contamination of the city's drinking water has threatened the health of 8,000 children and forced residents to ...
 Business Insider3 days ago 200 Million Americans Have Erin Brockovich Carcinogen in Their Tap Water  The Fiscal Times4 days ago 200 million in US have carcinogenic chemicals in water  AOL.com3 days ago Chromium-6 Contaminates Water of 218M Americans, Report Says  Dermatology Online Journal3 days ago

Spinning science news: How the FDA keeps manipulating the media

This article was originally published by Scientific American . It was a faustian bargain — and it certainly made editors at National Public Radio squirm. The deal was this: NPR, along with a select group of media outlets, would get a ...
 Salon2 days ago

New Jersey Court Rules Talcum Powder Claims Not Supported by Science

Talcum powder has been widely used as a cosmetic and bath product by Americans for well over a century. In recent years, claims have been asserted that talcum powder causes certain forms of ovarian cancer. This has resulted in litigation and two ...
 Lexology4 days ago
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American Association for Cancer Research Releases 2016 Cancer Progress Report: Research is Saving Lives

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --Federally funded research continues to spur progress against cancer; however, accelerating the pace of progress will require robust, sustained, and predictable annual funding increases for the National ...
 Yahoo! Singapore1 week ago Predictions of the Candidates Promises to Secure America  Council On Foreign Relations1 day ago Researchers find gene mutations lead to more aggressive colon cancer in African Americans  Pharmacy Choice1 week ago AACR Releases 2016 Cancer Progress Report: Research Is Saving Lives  BioSpace1 week ago

FACT SHEET: New Progress on Using Behavioral Science Insights to Better Serve the American People

Adopting the insights of behavioral science will help bring our government into the 21st century in a wide range of ways - from delivering services more efficiently and effectively; to accelerating the transition to a clean energy economy; to ...
 PressReleasePoint1 week ago How Behavioral Science Is Serving the American People  Foreign week ago

Has America Lost its Bravery?

Illustration by Davide Bonazzi Scientists say that the blue light our iPhones and iPads emit as we stare into them at bedtime suppresses melatonin, the hormone that controls sleep timing and circadian rhythms, but even knowing that, I still ...
 Philadelphia Magazine2 days ago

Hillary Just Flip-Flopped On Nuclear Power For The 9th Time

5239390 Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton told Scientific American the U.S. needed to explore using more nuclear power, marking the ninth time the former secretary of state has flip-flopped on nuclear energy. Clinton's position changed from ...
 Daily Caller3 days ago

CFA CONSUMER FEDERATION OF AMERICA : New Data Shows Consumer Interest in Electric Vehicles Is Growing

Washington, D.C. - Consumer interest in purchasing an electric vehicle (EVs) has increased in the past year, and this interest is greatest among young adults. That's according to the Consumer Federation of America's second annual survey on EVs. CFA ...
 4 Traders1 week ago Consumers are more willing to buy an electric vehicle, survey finds  EnvironmentGuru.com6 days ago Survey: Consumers Feel the Spark for Electric Cars  cars.com1 week ago
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