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Astronomers still cant decipher the Cow, a mysterious explosion in deep space

SCIENCEMAG.ORG – June 2018 discovery could be birth of a neutron staror something entirely unprecedented

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Why Japans exit from international whaling treaty may actually benefit whales

SCIENCEMAG.ORG – Commercial whaling will replace a controversial research program, but the market for whale meat is declining

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A mysterious blue pigment in the teeth of a medieval woman, and the evolution of online masters degrees

SCIENCEMAG.ORG – On this weeks show: why Massive Open Online Courses now offer professional masters degree programs, and how a blue pigment in the dental...

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Researchers redesign a cancer-busting proteinwithout the side effects

SCIENCEMAG.ORG – In animal experiments, computer-designed variant of interleukin-2 improves the natural version

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Bipartisan bill on sexual harassment signals strong interest by Congress

SCIENCEMAG.ORG – Representatives Eddie Bernice Johnson (DTX) and Frank Lucas (ROK) of House science committee seek common federal policy

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Mites that feed on llama poop may track the rise and fall of the Incan Empire

SCIENCEMAG.ORG – New way of tracking environmental history may be more accurate in certain environments

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Aging Voyager 1 spacecraft undermines idea that dark matter is tiny black holes

SCIENCEMAG.ORG – There are too few of them to do the trick, data suggest

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Canadian telescope finds mysterious radio flashes from deep space

SCIENCEMAG.ORG – Haul from new radio array includes a second repeating fast radio burst

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These 1000-year-old teeth belonged to a skilled female artist, pigment remains reveal

SCIENCEMAG.ORG – Flecks of blue show female scribe used lapis lazuli, a pigment more expensive than gold

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NEON ecological observatory in crisis again: Top scientist quits, Battelle fires advisory board and senior managers

SCIENCEMAG.ORG – NSF-funded national facility suffers latest blow as it prepares to begin operations

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