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Seabird losses from Deepwater Horizon oil spill estimated at hundreds of thousands Models predict approximately 700,000 seabird mortalities stemmed from Gulf of Mexico disaster
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Top stories: Scary science, tiny tummies, and asteroid avalanches This weeks top science news
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China pulls plug on solar observatory KuaFu lost international backers; Europe undertaking similar mission
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The seven creepiest science experiments Some of our favorite scary and disturbing studies
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European Union's pairing plan for science proves popular Commission receives 169 proposals to team up low-performing regions with elite research centers
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See glass half empty? Your diet may be in trouble Study finds people pour more drink into skinny glasses when they focus on how much empty space is left
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Even online, you can't have more than 150 friends Sci-fi game allows researchers to test the limits of our human relationships
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Incoming Australia research chief touts water dowsing Experts poor cold water on idea, urge conservation
ScienceNOW | Oct 30, 2014 4:00 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
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Rare bird now thrives in tree farms Bird watchers' elusive warbler has shifted its summer habitat to pine plantations
ScienceNOW | Oct 30, 2014 1:00 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
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Ebola researchers still welcome at European infectious diseases meetings No restrictions for conferences in Stockholm and Vienna, but another health meeting in New Orleans will be affected
ScienceNOW | Oct 30, 2014 10:15 AM [GMT] | comment? | recommend