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Science News: This $1 hearing aid could treat millions with hearing loss - Science Magazine

Saad Bhamla models his do-it-yourself hearing aid, built with a soldering iron and cheap supplies. By Christa Lesté-LasserreSep. 23, 2020 , 2:00 PM As an undergraduate in Mumbai, India, Saad Bhamla wanted to do something nice for his maternal grandparents: Buy them a pair of hearing aids. But the prices were shockingly high—and far beyond…

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Science News: Luciteria Science Expands their Line of Educational Toys for Science - PRNewswire

TUMWATER, Wash., Sept. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The founders of Luciteria Science are pleased to announce that they have just expanded their line of educational science toys. To check out the updated selection of educational toys, please visit https://luciteria.com/blog/2020/9/8/luciteria-science-expands-its-educational-toys-for-science.

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Science News: Watch white blood cells swim with microscopic 'paddles' - Science Magazine

By Lucy HicksSep. 23, 2020 , 11:40 AM Cells have places to be, and they have all evolved different ways to get there: Red blood cells change their shape, and bacteria use whiplike appendages to propel themselves forward. Now, new research suggests white blood cells have their own special way of swimming, which biologists have…

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Science News: Diversity in science: next steps for research group leaders - Nature.com

Demonstrators march at Indiana University Bloomington to protest against police violence during the Black Lives Matter protests.Source: Rodney Margison/ZUMA Wire/Shutterstock Sparked by the global reaction to the police killing of George Floyd, an unarmed Black man, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in May, universities, departments and faculty members rapidly issued statements and policies highlighting their commitment to…

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Science News: White Coats, Black Scientists - Harvard Business Review

Scientists often consider their work and their institutions unbiased. After all, scientists rely on a rigorous set of experiments to test hypotheses and arrive at conclusions that inform what the rest of us know to be facts in the world.

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Science News: More diverse scientists and field locations broadens science - Anthropocene Magazine

You probably recognize the song of the male Eastern bluebird. But did you know that female bluebirds sing, too? So do female Venezuelan troupials and white-browed sparrow-weavers, both of which often duet with their mates. Indeed, recent research suggests that the females of most songbird species sing, and that the same was true for the…

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