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Science News: These highly social birds can make 'sentences,' just like humans - Science Magazine

Toshitaka Suzuki By Giorgia GuglielmiJul. 27, 2017 , 12:00 PM Tits amazing are birds Japanese. If you didn’t get that, you wouldn’t be alone: Humans figure out the meaning of sentences like this using grammatical rules such as word order. It turns out that Japanese tits, social birds that live in Japan and the Russian…

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Science News: Ancient DNA counters biblical account of the mysterious Canaanites - Science Magazine

Researchers sequenced whole genomes from five Canaanites skeletons found in Sidon, Lebanon. ALI HASHISHO/REUTERS/Newscom By Lizzie WadeJul. 27, 2017 , 12:00 PM When the pharaohs ruled Egypt and the ancient Greeks built their first cities, a mysterious people called the Canaanites dominated the Near East. Around 4000 years ago, they built cities across the Levant,…

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Science News: Plant scientists plan massive effort to sequence 10000 genomes - Science Magazine

Freshwater alga in the genus Zygnema would be one target of sequencing project. Norbert Hülsmann/Flickr (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) By Dennis NormileJul. 27, 2017 , 8:00 AM Hopes of sequencing the DNA of every living thing on earth are taking a step forward with the announcement of plans to sequence at least 10,000 genomes representing every…

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Science News: Sci-Hub's cache of pirated papers is so big, subscription journals are doomed, data analyst suggests - Science Magazine

Sci-Hub activity hour by hour on 5 February 2016. CREDITS: (DATA) SCI-HUB; (IMAGE/AUTOPLAY VIDEO) ADAPTED BY J. YOU/SCIENCE By Lindsay McKenzieJul. 27, 2017 , 7:00 AM There is no doubt that Sci-Hub, the infamous—and, according to a U.S. court, illegal—online repository of pirated research papers, is enormously popular. (See Science’s investigation last year of who…

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Science News: From Skyhook To STEM: Kareem Abdul Jabbar Brings The Science - NPR

Kareem Abdul Jabbar is taking his shot helping narrow the opportunity and equity gaps with his Skyhook Foundation and Camp Skyhook. The Los Angeles nonprofit helps public school students in the city access a free, fun, week-long STEM education camp experience in the Angeles National Forest.

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Science News: Senate spending panel would squeeze science agencies but exceed Trump request - Science Magazine

Shawn Clover/Flickr (CC BY-NC 2.0) By Jeffrey Mervis, David MalakoffJul. 25, 2017 , 6:00 PM A Senate spending panel voted today to reduce funding in 2018 below current levels for several science agencies under its jurisdiction.

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