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Turkey bones may help trace fate of ancient cliff dwellers

Aug 17, 2017

Archaeologists say DNA from ancient bones of domesticated turkeys provides a clue into the mysterious exodus of cliff dwellers from southwestern Colorado 700 years ago

Science Says: Trump team garbles climate science

Aug 10, 2017

When it comes to the actual science of climate change, what President Trump and his cabinet say conflicts with what science, data and peer-reviewed studies show

US hearing on climate science focuses on name calling

Mar 29, 2017

House hearing on climate science delves more into which side is bullying the other, complaints of name calling

Malaria parasite may trigger human odor to lure mosquitoes

Feb 9, 2017

Scientists may have figured out part of the reason why mosquitoes are drawn to people infected with malaria

Study finds new bacterial strain can contaminate shellfish

Feb 8, 2017

Scientists studying oysters along the Atlantic Coast have discovered a critical clue to understanding why more seafood lovers are getting sick from eating shellfish

Major global warming study again questioned, again defended

Feb 7, 2017

Complaints by a retired government scientist over how climate data was handled has sparked yet another round of bickering after politicians pounced on the claims to try to cast doubt around the earth's warming

Whoosh! Swish! Meet Bat Bot, the new flying batlike drone

Feb 1, 2017

Researchers have created Bat Bot, a soaring, sweeping and dive bombing robot that may eventually fly circles around other drones

EPA science under scrutiny by Trump political staff

Jan 26, 2017

The Trump administration is scrutinizing studies and data published by scientists at the Environmental Protection Agency, while new work is under a "temporary hold" before it can be released

Obama presses Trump not to back away from clean energy

Jan 9, 2017

President Barack Obama is expressing confidence in the future of the clean energy industry amid concerns the Trump administration may reverse his policies on climate change

Quirk may shield US coast during busy hurricane seasons

Jan 4, 2017

A government scientist has found an odd 'protective barrier' that seems to slightly shield the U.S. coast during busier hurricane seasons

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