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Scientific American     6 hours ago

The Real Paleo Diet

Microscopic wear patterns on fossil teeth reveal what our ancestors ate—and provide insights into how climate change shaped human evolution. 🔒
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Scientific American     8 hours ago

Groupers on the Comeback in the Caymans

The grouper population on Little Caymen has grown from as few as 1,000 fish in 2003 to as many as 8,000 in 2018.
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Scientific American     9 hours ago

Druggists Shouldn't Act as Morality Police

Editorial: A number of states let pharmacists deny service based purely on their personal beliefs. That’s unconscionable.
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Scientific American     10 hours ago

How Big Batteries at Data Centers Could Replace Power Plants

Battery systems intended as backups may help companies like Microsoft increasingly employ renewable energy.
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Scientific American     11 hours ago

Mammals Moonlight around Human Settlements [Podcast]

A study of human–mammal interaction across the globe found animals are more prone to take to the night around humans.
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Scientific American     11 hours ago

FDA Chief Slams Drug Makers for Stalling Release of Biosimilars

Americans could have saved $4.5 billion last year if these products were more available, agency official says.
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Scientific American     15 hours ago

Wired Greenhouse Tech Could Help Arctic Communities Bloom with Bounty

Developments in LED lighting and remote monitoring have made year-round growing one feasible solution to Arctic food insecurity.
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Scientific American     19.07.2018

A Trillion Worlds

Big-data statistics have revealed, among other things, that our own solar system is kind of an oddball.
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Scientific American     19.07.2018

Surrendering to Rising Seas

Coastal communities struggling to adapt to climate change are beginning to do what was once unthinkable: retreat.
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