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New Research Shows 'Strong Correlation' Between Baby Lobster Decline, Possible Food Source - Rhode Island Public Radio

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New Research Shows 'Strong Correlation' Between Baby Lobster Decline, Possible Food Source
Rhode Island Public Radio
“Such as, jellyfish are a likely suspect. They've been increasing,” he says. There's a lot of uncertainty — particularly in an ecosystem such as the Gulf that is changing fast in response to climate change. Wahle is one of many scientists in New ...

More Than 12000 Marine Creatures Uncovered During West Java Deep-Sea Exploration - R & D Magazine

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R & D Magazine

More Than 12000 Marine Creatures Uncovered During West Java Deep-Sea Exploration
R & D Magazine
The NUS research team comprises scientists from the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum and the Tropical Marine Science Institute. Some 800 species from over 200 families of sponges, jellyfish, molluscs, starfish, urchins, worms, crabs, prawns and ...

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More than 12000 marine creatures uncovered during West Java deep-sea exploration - Science Daily

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More than 12000 marine creatures uncovered during West Java deep-sea exploration
Science Daily
The NUS research team comprises scientists from the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum and the Tropical Marine Science Institute. Some 800 species from over 200 families of sponges, jellyfish, molluscs, starfish, urchins, worms, crabs, prawns and ...
More than 12,000 marine creatures uncovered during West Java ...EurekAlert (press release)

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Singapore-Indonesia deep-sea expedition team discovers over a dozen species new to science - The Straits Times

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Singapore-Indonesia deep-sea expedition team discovers over a dozen species new to science
The Straits Times
In total, some 800 species from more than 200 families of sponges, jellyfish, molluscs, starfish, urchins, worms, crabs, prawns and fish were discovered, accounting for more than 12,000 individual animals. Professor Peter Ng, head of the Lee Kong Chian ...

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Washington celebrates a day for marching and remembering - Washington Post

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Washington celebrates a day for marching and remembering
Washington Post
A few people chanted “Science is real. It's not how you feel,” beating a tempo on buckets, but mostly the mass of people marched through Washington quietly Saturday, letting their homemade signs show their support for empirical research. “Let's make ...
What to expect from this Saturday's March for ScienceNew Scientist
Science | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green BuildingInhabitat
Scientists | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green BuildingInhabitat

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NASA to understand Earth's climate by studying tiny sea creatures - http://www.newsgram.com/

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NASA to understand Earth's climate by studying tiny sea creatures
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“This research is looking at early fundamental microgravity science,” the report said. Previously several species, including frogs, salamanders, sea urchins, jellyfish, snails, medaka fish, nematode (roundworm, known as Caenorhabditis elegans), and ...
NASA sends human sperm into space - here's whyDoordarshan

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NASA sends human sperm into space - here's why - Doordarshan

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NASA sends human sperm into space - here's why
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Though this is not the first time sperm has been sent into space for testing, it could offer new insights into the ways long-duration spaceflight will influence human reproduction. "This research is looking at early fundamental microgravity science," a ...
NASA to understand Earth's climate by studying tiny sea creatureshttp://www.newsgram.com/

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This Team Filmed The Sea Floor Under Frozen Antarctica — And We're Blown Away By The Amount Of Life They Found - Simplemost

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This Team Filmed The Sea Floor Under Frozen Antarctica — And We're Blown Away By The Amount Of Life They Found
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“Within a square yard there is more life in the deep of the Antarctica than there is in the reefs of the Barrier Reef of Australia,” Taylor shared. (For context, the Great Barrier Reef has over 1,625 types of fish, 600 types of corals, 500 species of ...

Space sperm? NASA sending human swimmers to the ISS - CNET

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Space sperm? NASA sending human swimmers to the ISS
CNET
In 2002, NASA published an article called "Floating Fertility" that mentioned German researcher U. Engelmann, who sent samples of bull sperm into orbit aboard a European Space Agency rocket in 1998. His team discovered that the tiny cells in the sperm ...
Why NASA Just Sent Human Sperm on a SpaceX RocketInverse
Why NASA sent human sperm to spaceFinancial Express

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Efforts to fight plastic pollution are working: Fewer plastic bags found around UK waters - ZME Science

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Efforts to fight plastic pollution are working: Fewer plastic bags found around UK waters
ZME Science
But, overall, the findings presented in the journal Science of the Total Environment represent some good news — finally! The government is now considering implementing a charge on disposable coffee cups, as recommended by the Environmental Audit ...
Below the surface: Twenty-five years of seafloor litter monitoring in coastal seas of North West Europe (1992–2017 ...Science Direct
Cefas - 25 years of research reveals changing distribution of marine litterCefas

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