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Gobble, Gobble! 6 Fun Facts About Turkeys
From their ability to fly to their strange use of stones to break down food, here are six fun facts about turkeys.
LiveScience.com, Sun, 23 Nov 2014 21:40:23 GMT

Expect More Giant Snowstorms as Climate Warms (Op-Ed)
As the climate warms, snowstorms are growing more severe.
LiveScience.com, Sun, 23 Nov 2014 21:40:23 GMT

Forging a Photo is Easy, but How Do You Spot a Fake?
The widespread use and high quality of digital cameras and photo editing software has made the art of faking a whole lot easier and more commonplace – whether convincing or not.
LiveScience.com, Sun, 23 Nov 2014 21:40:23 GMT

Science of romantic relationships includes gene factor
(Medical Xpress)—Adolescents worry about passing tests, winning games, lost phones, fractured bones—and whether or not they will ever really fall in love. Three Chinese researchers have focused on that last question. They pose the questions: Why do some students stay single? What factors determine if a young adult falls in love? They have written the paper, "The association between romantic relationship status and 5-HT1A gene in young adults." in Scientific Reports.
Medical Xpress - spotlight medical and health news stories, Sun, 23 Nov 2014 21:17:07 GMT

Can robots help stop the Ebola outbreak?
The US military has enlisted a new germ-killing weapon in the fight against Ebola—a four-wheeled robot that can disinfect a room in minutes with pulses of ultraviolet light.
Medical Xpress - spotlight medical and health news stories, Sun, 23 Nov 2014 21:17:07 GMT

Doubling saturated fat in the diet does not increase saturated fat in blood, study finds
Doubling or even nearly tripling saturated fat in the diet does not drive up total levels of saturated fat in the blood, according to a controlled diet study.
Medical Xpress - spotlight medical and health news stories, Sun, 23 Nov 2014 21:17:07 GMT

Climate fund receives $9.3bn pledge
Thirty nations meeting in Berlin have pledged $9.3bn (ÂŁ6bn) for a fund to help developing countries cut emissions and prepare for climate change.
BBC News - Science & Environment, Sun, 23 Nov 2014 21:40:23 GMT

Embrace the arts, engineers told
Engineering needs to emphasise its creative side to encourage more young people to take it up as a career, says a leading member of the profession.
BBC News - Science & Environment, Sun, 23 Nov 2014 21:40:23 GMT

Fish and chips 'harming' eider ducks
Eider ducks on Northumberland's coastal areas are being harmed by people feeding them fish and chips and bread, a wildlife expert warns.
BBC News - Science & Environment, Sun, 23 Nov 2014 21:40:23 GMT

How the hummingbird achieves its aerobatic feats
Although hummingbirds are much larger and stir up the air more violently as they move, the way that they fly is more closely related to flying insects than it is to other birds. Now, the most detailed, three-dimensional aerodynamic simulation of hummingbird flight conducted to date has definitively demonstrated that the hummingbird achieves its nimble aerobatic abilities through a unique set of aerodynamic forces that are more closely aligned to those found in flying insects than to other birds.
Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily, Sun, 23 Nov 2014 21:40:23 GMT

Theater arts research offers insight for designers, builders of social robots
Researchers have provided insight into human behavior for scientists, engineers who design and build social robots.
Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily, Sun, 23 Nov 2014 21:40:23 GMT

Rejecting unsuitable suitors is easier said than done
Rejecting unsuitable romantic partners is easy in hypothetical situations, but not so when considering a face-to-face proposition, a new study shows. “When actually faced with a potential date, we don't like to reject a person and make them feel bad, which is not necessarily something that people anticipate when they imagine making these choices,” says the study’s lead researcher.
Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily, Sun, 23 Nov 2014 21:40:23 GMT

Ancient landslide could be record breaker
A giant landslide some 21 million years ago is said to have covered an area greater than Rhode Island within minutes.
World Science, Sun, 23 Nov 2014 21:40:24 GMT

Spooky alignments of galaxies detected
Similarities in the ways that galaxies spin can extend over vast reaches of space, a study suggests.
World Science, Sun, 23 Nov 2014 21:40:24 GMT

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