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Are testosterone-boosting supplements effective? Not likely, study says
Purpose-Driven Leaders Come Together from Across Sectors to Make Sustained Commitments to Inclusive Growth at Inaugural Summit
University paleontologists find traces of sabre-toothed cat in Medicine Hat
Battle against ‘fake news’
Virtual Reality for Scientists
University gains £1.2 million funding to battle Anti-Microbial Resistance
FedTech helps accelerate technology transfer
Elsa M. Garmire Named 2019 Honorary Member of Optical Society
Ocean-Monitoring Satellite Mission Ends After 11 Successful Years
A decade of flood forecasting saving lives
Henrietta Lacks’ family visit Liverpool installation in her honour
Waterloo targets dark matter, dark energy and black holes with new astrophysics centre
What I did on my summer vacation
Early breeding season for some Arctic seabirds due global warming
Chinese activists protest use of traditional treatments – they want medical science
Three gravitational-wave detectors sign agreement to begin joint observation
A young teacher is making gender equality in and through education a reality in Ethiopia
Fast dance of electron spins
At least one in five wildlife species traded globally, study finds
Driving simulator gives UOW Motorsport a competitive edge
New Global Animal Welfare Assurance launched to improve lives of farmed animals
Brainbuzz Explodes into its Second Season
Indigenous conference talks innovation
A new way to corrosion-proof thin atomic sheets
Australian Academy of Science’s measles communication materials
NZ Government establishes innovative, industry-focused Airspace Integration Trials Programme
Autoimmune pioneer crowned emerging innovator
Takahē population flying high
Microwaves put heat on herbicide resistant weeds
Newborn baby deaths in Africa targeted in $68M initiative
Cornell tackles ‘migrations’ global challenge
3 Questions: How artificial intelligence is supercharging materials science
Fed grant backs advances in self-learning internet of things
Just add water: University of Michigan chemists suggest a fix for insoluble drugs
SMART develops a way to commercially manufacture integrated silicon III-V chips
Susan G. Komen honors Dr. Matthew Ellis with Brinker Award
CCE summer interns extend and explore
Panel recalls CIS’s controversial creation, collaborative culture
How much are you polluting your office air just by existing?
Cornell Law School launches India Law Center
Lab team reports breakthrough in ultrafast, high-resolution nanoscale 3D printing
Lab team reports breakthrough in ultrafast, high-resolution nanoscale 3D printing
Carnegie Mellon’s Miller ICA Presents “Intersections: Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry 30th Anniversary Exhibition” Oct. 12-Nov. 17
Printed Electronics: It’s For Material as Soft as Your Skin
Article by CEHI’s Pamela Bruno published in international journal
Engineered viruses could fight drug resistance
Annual Expanding Your Horizons conference inspires girls to ‘follow your curiosity’
How Army teams can work better together focus of multi-million dollar study led by Rice psychologist