VANCOUVER, CANADA—Government scientists in Canada are facing growing restrictions on their ability to speak directly to the public and the press—and could benefit from new policies being instituted south...
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Researchers dramatically increase speed of MRI scans
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Some fishing agreements between developed and undeveloped countries are not what they seem
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Newly constructed food webs show how the Aleuts fit into an island ecosystem.
An expert discusses what scientists are learning from the native inhabitants of Arctic communities
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The lungs of cystic fibrosis patients are home to battling microbes
Scientists figure out what caused mysterious die-off in 2007
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Scientists reconstruct sounds from days gone by
How do microbes contribute to the global ecosystem?
We chat with an expert about the risks and benefits of oral contraception
Novel project plans to use region to generate three-quarters of the power of the Hoover Dam
Sea-surface temperatures may be responsible for expansion of grasslands
What can be done to preserve dying tongues?
Cellular “cat scans” reveal internal machinery without slicing and dicing
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Villagers had sophisticated understanding of acoustics
No evidence that hydraulic fracturing for gas contaminates groundwater, report finds, but problems exist at the surface