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Lab Life: The Anatomy of a Retraction | Food Matters, Scientific American Blog Network

Lab Life: The Anatomy of a Retraction | Food Matters, Scientific American Blog Network | plants and microbes | Scoop.it
Scientists travel on the edge of the known world, exploring nature through observation, experimentation and repeated testing. Our building blocks are pieces of experimental evidence that ...
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NPR Weekend All Things Considered: Scientists Trace Source Of Famed Irish Potato Famine (2013)

NPR Weekend All Things Considered: Scientists Trace Source Of Famed Irish Potato Famine (2013) | plants and microbes | Scoop.it

We now know what caused the Irish potato famine. Scientists have pinpointed the pathogen by using plant samples collected in the mid-19th century. Weekends on All Things Considered host Jacki Lyden talks about it with the study's co-author, Sophien Kamoun of the Sainsbury Lab in the United Kingdom.


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zhouxia's curator insight, May 31, 2013 5:03 AM

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Scientists can even help history out.