Links 9/8/16

Links for you. Science:

Trump’s Anti-Science Campaign (how this is different from many other Republicans escapes me however)
In death of D.A. Henderson, credited with eradicating smallpox, the world loses an intellectual giant
How Genomic Sequencing May Be Widening Racial Disparities in Cancer Care
New Virus Breaks The Rules Of Infection
Thousands of birds got trapped in Hurricane Hermine’s eye. Really.


Inside the Head of a Trump Supporter: Mike Schaff’s community was destroyed by the failures of a private company, but he’s voting for America’s most notorious businessman. Why? (important)
Your Tax Money Is Subsidizing Wall Street Bonuses
It’s Always 1994
What Happens When a Homeless Shelter Opens in a Gentrifying Neighborhood?
FCC, America lose big on municipal broadband
What Is It Like to Be an Abortion Provider in an Anti-Choice State?
Pox on Both Your Houses: Neither Presidential Candidate Cares for Workers
America Needs to Listen to What Colin Kaepernick Is Actually Trying to Say
Labor Day Is Inconvenient for the People Who Run This Country
What the NFL Players’ Union Chief Has to Say About Colin Kaepernick’s Protest
There’s a Lot to Celebrate This Labor Day: The Summer Has Been Filled with Victories for Workers
Broadband Law Could Force Rural Residents Off Information Superhighway
In Pa., boomers see the American Dream slipping away
Stop touting the crazy hours you work. It helps no one.
In Greater Boston, a lopsided geography of affordable housing
Where did Donald Trump get his racialized rhetoric? From libertarians.
Meet the parents who won’t let their children study literature

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  1. Bayesian Bouffant, FCD says:

    Diversity-oriented synthesis yields novel multistage antimalarial inhibitors

    We identified such compounds with both previously reported and undescribed mechanisms of action, including a series of bicyclic azetidines that inhibit a new antimalarial target, phenylalanyl-tRNA synthetase.

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