Did Mickey Mouse’s Pants Wreck His Sex Life? We Have Science On This. – Huffington Post


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Did Mickey Mouse's Pants Wreck His Sex Life? We Have Science On This.
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Ever wonder why Mickey Mouse never had any kids? Maybe it was those silly pants. Let's not even consider whether his lack of style turned Minnie off. Mickey may have failed to score because of the fabric of his red shorts. Sound goofy? Well, that's the ...

Controversial Human Embryo Editing: 5 Things to Know – Live Science


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Controversial Human Embryo Editing: 5 Things to Know
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Scientists in Sweden have become the first to edit the genetic material in healthy human embryos, but what exactly are these researchers editing and why is the research so controversial? In recent experiments, biologist Fredrik Lanner, of the ...
Swedish scientist edits DNA of human embryoScience Magazine

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You Ought to Have a Look: The Interface of Climate Change Science and Climate Change Policy – Cato Institute (blog)


You Ought to Have a Look: The Interface of Climate Change Science and Climate Change Policy
Cato Institute (blog)
You Ought to Have a Look is a feature from the Center for the Study of Science posted by Patrick J. Michaels and Paul C. (“Chip”) Knappenberger. While this section will feature all of the areas of interest that we are emphasizing, the prominence of the ...

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FBI and DOJ Vow to Continue Using Junk Science Rejected by White House Report – The Intercept


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FBI and DOJ Vow to Continue Using Junk Science Rejected by White House Report
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Although a report released this week by the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology concludes that there is scant scientific underpinning to a number of forensic practices that have been used, for years, to convict thousands of ...

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Science can shape healthy city planning – Science Daily


Science can shape healthy city planning
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To improve the effectiveness and implementation of research, Sallis and team suggest that studies include collaborations between scientists and multisector policy makers and address questions that are relevant to city leaders, including information ...

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