$20 million short for Science II – StateHornet.com


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$20 million short for Science II
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According to Sacramento State officials, the CSU Chancellor's Office has allocated approximately $71 million to fund construction of the new Science II building leaving the University responsible for the remaining $20 million, which will likely come ...

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Who’s the most influential biomedical scientist? Computer program guided by artificial intelligence says it knows – Science Magazine


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Who's the most influential biomedical scientist? Computer program guided by artificial intelligence says it knows
Science Magazine
Semantic Scholar's archive of searchable literature initially focused on computer science, and last year expanded to include neuroscience. Today, it is expanding again, to include the millions of biomedical research papers indexed by PubMed and other ...

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Surprising Science from Cassini’s Grand Finale – Sky & Telescope


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Surprising Science from Cassini's Grand Finale
Sky & Telescope
It's those "other compounds" that have planetary scientists scrambling for explanations. In theory, material is leaking from the innermost threads of the ring and drifting toward the planet, and generally the rings consist almost entirely of water ice.
Cassini's Final Days Produced a Burst of Fresh ScienceSeeker

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Volcanoes may have triggered riots in ancient Egypt – Science Magazine


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Volcanoes may have triggered riots in ancient Egypt
Science Magazine
But some scientists are skeptical, including Kenneth Verosub, a geophysicist at the University of California, Davis. For one thing, he thinks the team should have compared the results of their climate simulations with real-world data such as tree-ring ...

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Merging neutron stars generate gravitational waves and a celestial light show – Science Magazine


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Merging neutron stars generate gravitational waves and a celestial light show
Science Magazine
Within days, other scientists and journalists knew the outlines of the discovery, and the LIGO and Virgo teams struggled to keep a lid on the news until today's press event. That was no easy task, given the fact that astronomers tend to work in small ...
Neutron star collision showers the universe with a wealth of discoveriesScience News
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