Water May Not Be the Only Sign of Alien Life – Inside Science News Service


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Water May Not Be the Only Sign of Alien Life
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(Inside Science) – When it comes to looking for alien life, scientists mostly focus on where there is water. Now researchers suggest that looking at "bioessential" elements such as phosphorus and molybdenum could help judge a world's potential for life.

Can science-based video games help kids with autism? – Science Magazine


Can science-based video games help kids with autism?
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“I find myself doing a lot of computer science these days,” Chukoskie says. They are also fledgling entrepreneurs. Last year, they launched a startup, BrainLeap Technologies, also based in San Diego. That step, Chukoskie says, filled her with a mix of ...

Senators call on National Science Foundation to investigate climate change grants – CNN


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Senators call on National Science Foundation to investigate climate change grants
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(CNN) Four Republican senators have called on National Science Foundation Inspector General Allison Lerner to investigate the foundation's grant-making process, citing a grant charged with enabling television meteorologists to provide viewers with ...
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This Week in Science – Science Magazine


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This Week in Science
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Snowshoe hares molt from a brown coat to a white coat in winter. In some populations, however, where winter snow is less extensive, hares molt from a brown coat to a brown coat. Jones et al. show that regulation of the pigmentation gene Agouti is ...

New genus of extinct Holocene gibbon associated with humans in Imperial China – Science Magazine


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New genus of extinct Holocene gibbon associated with humans in Imperial China
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... may have persisted until the 18th century, and may be the first ape species to have perished as a direct result of human activities. This discovery may also indicate the existence of unrecognized primate diversity across Asia. Science, this issue p ...
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