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Bizarre insect picture leaves the internet puzzled

A weird close up of an insect has confused the internet (Picture; Steve Gschmeissner) A surreal photo posted online of a moustache-wearing insect has left the internet perplexed. Commenters struggled to make clarity of the weird close-up after the image, taken by heading scanning nucleus microscopist Steve Gschmeissner, was posted …

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Jane Goodall, Redux

Jane Goodall in Gombe Stream National Park, circa 1965. (Credit: The Jane Goodall Institute) Jane Goodall has been a flashpoint in scholarship circles. Was her years-long study of chimpanzees in the Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania genuine science? Or was it too biased to have systematic value? The questions …

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Human Brain ‘Organoids’ Implanted Into Rats

A cessation of branch cells in glass nitrogen. (Credit: Elena Pavlovich/Shutterstock) Tiny brain “organoids,” or clusters of neurons grown from human branch cells, have been ingrained into rats. The news comes from Stat, and it seems that two opposite teams have managed to confederate human brain cells into rodent brains. The …

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Scientist Wants to Replicate Google Street View With Drones

(Credit: Shutterstock) Google Street View can flattering much show you every plcae in the world, even the Faroe Islands interjection to camera-yielding sheep, from the ground. While Satellite View shows us a large-scale aerial of the world, what about what’s in between? Gregory Crutsinger, a scientist who’s worked for drone companies …

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NASA Needs Your Help Naming a New World

An artist’s painting of New Horizons zooming past its next aim on New Year’s Day 2019. (Credit: NASA/JHUAPL/SwRI/Carlos Hernandez) NASA needs your help. The New Horizons probe, which flew past Pluto two years ago to much fanfare, is streamer towards another, even some-more apart universe — (486958) 2014 MU69. It’s …

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Mayor de Blasio defeats Malliotakis to earn second term

It’s a story of two terms. A lucent Mayor de Blasio cruised to a reelection attainment Tuesday, soundly defeating challenger Nicole Malliotakis to capture a second term amid low audience and in a race he sought to make some-more about Washington than New York City. “Tonight New York City sent …

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Tech issues stop Mexico’s first eccentric presidential bids

MEXICO CITY — The first presidential election to concede independents on the list was ostensible to be a step brazen for Mexico’s costly, unmanageable electoral system, which has prolonged been dominated by widely resented domestic parties. But eccentric possibilities are being forced to use smartphone app to collect the hundreds …

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