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Infographic: The evolution of SEO

Infographic: The evolution of SEO | Science | Scoop.it
I think this is an interesting meditation on how search engine optimization has changed from gaming the system to providing value to the end-user.
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Slideshow: Sperm Whales Adopt Deformed Dolphin - ScienceNOW

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Slideshow: Sperm Whales Adopt Deformed Dolphin - ScienceNOW

 

Sperm whales are fierce squid hunters, but they also have a softer side. In a serendipitous sighting in the North Atlantic, researchers have discovered a group of the cetaceans that seem to have taken in an adult bottlenose dolphin with a spinal malformation, at least temporarily. It may be that both species simply liked the social contact....  http://news.sciencemag.org/sciencenow/2013/01/slideshow-sperm-whales-adopt-def.html


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Die-off of bottlenose dolphins, linked to virus, is worst in 25 years

Die-off of bottlenose dolphins, linked to virus, is worst in 25 years | Science | Scoop.it
At least 357 bottlenose dolphins, the largest number in 25 years, have washed ashore on Atlantic beaches.
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Hello, My Name Is Dolphin: The Mammal That Never Forgets | TIME.com

Hello, My Name Is Dolphin: The Mammal That Never Forgets | TIME.com | Science | Scoop.it
Our oceangoing cousins show an astonishing memory for names (RT @oceanCRIES: Can't even imagine the communication betw the #dolphins while their family is being ripped apart!
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Massive Dolphin Die-Off Could Be From Measles-Like Virus - RedOrbit

Massive Dolphin Die-Off Could Be From Measles-Like Virus - RedOrbit | Science | Scoop.it
RedOrbit Massive Dolphin Die-Off Could Be From Measles-Like Virus RedOrbit Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania's School of Veterinary Medicine have turned a large laboratory designed to treat four-legged animals into a research facility...
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Explainer: All crude oil is not alike

Explainer: All crude oil is not alike | Science | Scoop.it
Oil companies prefer the lighter, ‘conventional’ oils, from which it is easier to make gasoline and other desirable products
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Girls in Science at NC Museum of Natural Sciences

Girls in Science at NC Museum of Natural Sciences | Science | Scoop.it
Know a middle-school girl who loves science? Send her to Girls in Science at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences!
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Real Monstrosities: Uropyia meticulodina. Best camouflage, ever.

Real Monstrosities: Uropyia meticulodina. Best camouflage, ever. | Science | Scoop.it
ICYMI, the most incredible mimicry I've ever seen. Hint: that wing is completely flat. http://t.co/56XS44CTOj Take a bow, evolution
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RDFRS: Textbook Battle in Texas

RDFRS: Textbook Battle in Texas | Science | Scoop.it
Our mission is to support scientific education and critical thinking to overcome religious fundamentalism, superstition, intolerance and suffering
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ArtScience Nexus

ArtScience Nexus | Science | Scoop.it
ArtScience Nexus, by ArtScience Nexus: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.
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Thesis project on dolphins helps Princeton student experience scientific ... - Princeton University

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Perplexing Spike in Dolphin Deaths Hits Atlantic Coast - Wired

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The tally has scientists concerned: The last time such elevated death rates were seen was in 1987, when the toll climbed much higher.
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Mystery of US dolphin deaths solved - CBC.ca

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Mystery of US dolphin deaths solved
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Officials at the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center said many of the dolphins washing up on the state's beaches are badly decomposed.
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Unconventional spill

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An accidental spill of extra-heavy crude oil points to some unusual challenges in safely getting it to market
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Preventing frog-sicles

Preventing frog-sicles | Science | Scoop.it
Trio of chemicals keeps some frogs from freezing to death
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150 Million Years of Fish Evolution in One Handy Figure - Scientific American

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Scientific American 150 Million Years of Fish Evolution in One Handy Figure Scientific American It's a bit weird to think about what that means — that the tropical reefs of the Age of Dinosaurs — and all fish-containing ages prior — contained none...

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Stephen Pond's curator insight, August 31, 2013 3:15 PM

Ever wondered where fish came from and how they have evolved.  Well this very complete infographic from Scintific American can help. It traces the ancestry of fish from 150 million years ago to thepresent and adds a couple of extra graphs as well. Illustration C shows the evolution of Cichlids, which is of great interest to me. 

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New book explores evolution of human reproduction | UChicago News

New book explores evolution of human reproduction | UChicago News | Science | Scoop.it
This is just one of the hundreds of surprising pieces of information that readers will glean from the far-reaching and fascinating How We Do It: The Evolution and Future of Human Reproduction, a new book by Robert Martin, ...
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