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California Chosen as Home for Computing Inst

BERKELEY, Calif. — The Simons Foundation, which specializes in science and math research, has chosen the University of California, Berkeley, as host for an ambitious new center for computer science, the university plans to announce on Tuesday.

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An Underground Fossil Forest Offers Clues on Climate Change

In the clammy depths of a southern Illinois coal mine lies the largest fossil forest ever discovered, at least 50 times as extensive as the previous contender.

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Matting Spiders

How Male Orb-Web Spiders, Who Can Mate at Most Twice, Choose

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My final drawing of my sorority house Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority INC. I created this drawing in sketch up.
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Study Sheds Light on How Birds Navigate by Magnetic Field

Birds are famously good navigators. Some migrate thousands of miles, flying day and night, even when the stars are obscured. And for decades, scientists have known that one navigational skill they employ is an ability to detect variations in the earth’s magnetic field.

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Insights From The youngest Minds

Seated in a cheerfully cramped monitoring room at the Harvard University Laboratory for Developmental Studies, Elizabeth S. Spelke, a professor of psychology and a pre-eminent researcher of the basic ingredient list from which all human knowledge is constructed, looked on expectantly as her students prepared a boisterous 8-month-old girl with dark curly hair for the onerous task of watching cartoons.

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How Will Trees Be Affected by Spring’s False Start?

How Will Trees Be Affected by Spring’s False Start? | Hot new technology news | Scoop.it
An early but brief warm spell is not uncommon in spring, an expert says, and most trees are unlikely to suffer long-term damage.
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