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Video and Photos Capture Transit of Venus From Space | Wired Science | Wired.com

Video and Photos Capture Transit of Venus From Space | Wired Science | Wired.com | Neat-O Science | Scoop.it
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The Curious Wavefunction: An almost-Nobelist's lesson to his daughter

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Rings of Glory: Olympicene and the 2012 Global Experiment - MyRSC

Rings of Glory: Olympicene and the 2012 Global Experiment - MyRSC | Neat-O Science | Scoop.it
Rings of Glory: Olympicene and the 2012 Global Experiment - MyRSC - the online community for the chemical sciences...
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Weird Converter - Translate Babies to Blue Whales to Polar Bears

Weird Converter - Translate Babies to Blue Whales to Polar Bears.
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A second-grader asks Neil deGrasse Tyson whether...

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A second-grader asks Neil deGrasse Tyson whether two black holes can collide and swallow one another. The answer involves backwards time travel – enough said.
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Mystifying materials | R&D Mag

Mystifying materials | R&D Mag | Neat-O Science | Scoop.it
It' s not magic, but new materials designed by two Northwestern University researchers seem to exhibit magical properties. Some contract when they should expand, and others expand when they should contract.
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Why Aren't Cities Littered With Dead Pigeons?

Why Aren't Cities Littered With Dead Pigeons? | Neat-O Science | Scoop.it
A wildlife expert and Smithsonian scientist help solve one of life's enduring urban mysteries.
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Radioactive Artifacts | Artful Science

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How do museums deal with radioactive artifacts? The question first popped in to my head when I was standing at the entrance of the Mütter Museum in Philadelphia, looking at a device built by Pierre Curie in the 1880s to measure radioactivity.
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Everything you need to know about next week’s Transit of Venus | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine

Everything you need to know about next week’s Transit of Venus | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine | Neat-O Science | Scoop.it
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Over 100 Incredible Infographic Tools and Resources (Categorized) | DailyTekk

Over 100 Incredible Infographic Tools and Resources (Categorized) | DailyTekk | Neat-O Science | Scoop.it
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The Chemistry Faculty

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The Chemistry Faculty is a new, free educational resource for secondary schools and especially those A-level students thinking about applying to University.
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Free Technology for Teachers: Who Pooped? - Identify Animals by Scat/ Dung

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Invisibility cloak promises spectroscopy on a chip (video) | LabHomepage

WHILE the general media are agitated by the far-fetched possibilities of Harry Potteresque camouflage from today’s announcement of a so-called invisibili...
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Snake Oil Supplements

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With the frightening lack of regulation that is given to a health product merely if you call it a “supplement,” …Continue reading »...
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This is the oldest Maya Calendar Ever Discovered

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For years, archaeologists have referred to an ancient set of texts known as the Maya codices to study that ancient civilization's relationship with astronomy and time.
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