New Video Merges Art and Climate Science

New Video Merges Art and Climate Science by Cynthia Rosenzweig |February 26, 2021 The Climate Impacts Group at NASA Goddard

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Protecting Yellowstone’s Waters: Proposed Legislation Would Safeguard More of Montana’s Rivers

Protecting Yellowstone’s Waters: Proposed Legislation Would Safeguard More of Montana’s Rivers The Stillwater River, one of the rivers in the

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The Johnson & Johnson Shot Nears Approval, Experts Study Transmission, and More Coronavirus News

Johnson & Johnson’s shot nears approval, experts look at the full scope of vaccine protection, and international Covax shipments begin.

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Covid-19 news: One dose of Pfizer vaccine greatly reduced transmission

By Michael Le Page , Clare Wilson , Jessica Hamzelou , Sam Wong , Graham Lawton , Adam Vaughan ,

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What you eat is influenced by the food choices of people you dine with

By Chris Stokel-Walker Students buying lunch at a university cafeteria Peter D Noyce/Alamy Who you choose to eat with influences

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Amazing gecko photos captured using X-rays from a particle accelerator

Incredibly detailed images of the intricate insides of a gecko were created using high-energy X-rays emitted by a synchrotron particle

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The Echo Wife review: A darkly comedic look at the risks of cloning

By Robyn Chowdhury George Peters/Getty Images   The Echo Wife Sarah Gailey Advertisement Hodder & Stoughton (Buy from

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How to spend a trillion dollars to fix climate change and end poverty

Let’s imagine you have inherited a fortune and want to solve the world’s most pressing problems. Here’s the best way

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We are nowhere near keeping warming below 1.5°C despite climate plans

By Adam Vaughan A demonstration in Paris, France, during the 2015 climate negotiations Thibault Camus/AP/Shutterstock The world is wildly off

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This Is What It’s Like to Live Without Smell

Because of Covid-19, thousands of people around the world have lost their sense of smell, some of them for months.

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