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Links 11/27/14

Gut Yontif! Let’s celebrate with some links! Science: Today in #Ebolanoia: W. African girls suspected of Ebola in Ohio have flu ‘Disastrous’ health campaign feeds Pakistan’s worrying polio spike African Bats: Conservation in the Time of Ebola The Excrement Experiment: … Continue reading

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Links 11/26/14

Links for you. Science: Sweet Peach Founder Speaks: Those Startup Dudes Were Wrong About My Company. Speaking for herself now, the ‘ultrafeminist’ 20-year-old founder explains what her controversial product for women really does (are there any tech VC dudes who … Continue reading

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Links 11/25/14

Links for you. Science: Statistics in the age of HIPPA Unexpected cross-species contamination in genome sequencing projects (and don’t forget the platypus!) Simmer Down: Viruses Not ‘Fourth Domain’ of Life Economics Is a Dismal Science for Women Florida’s Invaders: Tokay … Continue reading

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Links 11/24/14

Links for you. Science: Ebola Here and There: Knowing When It Is And Isn’t Over These Are A Few Of My Favorite Species: Gasflame Nudibranch I am not a smart man It’s Not About That Damn Shirt Scientists: know your … Continue reading

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Links 11/23/14

Links for you. Science: Cue Gets $7.5 Million to Build $199 Home Flu-Testing Device Economists should focus on the economy, not public health The 9 rarest plants in the world This Is What Scientists Found When They Sequenced The Genomes … Continue reading

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Links 11/22/14

Links for you. Science: Save the museums: Italy’s curators must band together to preserve their valuable collections Poachers Are Now Slaughtering Africa’s Giraffes: Populations have plunged 40 percent as the animals are killed for their meat, often to feed elephant … Continue reading

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Links 11/21/14

Links for you. Science: Mammoths are a huge part of my life. But cloning them is wrong Gecko-inspired adhesives allow people to climb walls Indirect costs: Keeping the lights on. Every year, the US government gives research institutions billions of … Continue reading

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