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Nytimes.com | 19. 06. 2021 | Science

Since the 1980s, he was recognized as a leader in measuring what he called “subjective well-being.” And, yes, he was very happy.

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BBC.co.uk | 19. 06. 2021 | Science

Singapore sees its traditional rag and bone collectors as key to its sustainability plans.

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Nytimes.com | 18. 06. 2021 | Science

Boltysh crater in Ukraine formed around the same time as the Chicxulub event, raising questions about its role in this tumultuous era.

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Nytimes.com | 18. 06. 2021 | Science

In two decades covering medicine for The New York Times, the people I met, and the truths they revealed, have always stayed with me.

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Nytimes.com | 18. 06. 2021 | Science

At 17, Juliane Diller was the sole survivor of a plane crash in the Amazon. Fifty years later she still runs Panguana, a research station founded by her parents in Peru.

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Nytimes.com | 18. 06. 2021 | Science

Collectors are surging again to own a bit of natural history, be it an ancient shell, an animal’s tooth or a full dinosaur skeleton for the foyer.

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BBC.co.uk | 18. 06. 2021 | Science

Three weeks of talks see little movement amid worries about the impact of Covid on poorer nations.

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Nytimes.com | 17. 06. 2021 | Science

Yes, the West is in extreme drought. But for part of the region, conditions have been bad for decades, rivaling periods in the distant past.

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Nytimes.com | 17. 06. 2021 | Science

Bats roosting in caves produce ample guano, which may explain why prehistoric marks left by humans cannot be found in some places where they are expected.

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BBC.co.uk | 17. 06. 2021 | Science

The coelacanth was thought to live for about 20 years, but a new study suggests it's nearer 100.

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Nytimes.com | 17. 06. 2021 | Science

Global warming has been fueling disasters in the region for years. Now, an early heat wave and severe drought are threatening lives and leaving water in perilously short supply.

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BBC.co.uk | 17. 06. 2021 | Science

Canadian company General Fusion is set to build a $400m fusion demonstrator near Oxford.

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Nytimes.com | 17. 06. 2021 | Science

The dramatic dimming of the red supergiant in 2019 was the product of dust, not a prelude to destruction, a new study has found.

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Nytimes.com | 17. 06. 2021 | Science

A technology lawyer named Paul Skallas argues we should be gleaning more wisdom from antiquity.

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Nytimes.com | 17. 06. 2021 | Science

Global warming has been fueling disasters in the region for years. Now, an early heat wave and severe drought are threatening lives and leaving water in perilously short supply.

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BBC.co.uk | 17. 06. 2021 | Science

The captive-bred hazel dormouse is now settling into its new woodland home in Lancashire.

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Nytimes.com | 16. 06. 2021 | Science

Three Chinese astronauts, the first since 2016, are set to launch into space. They will begin what is expected to be a continuous Chinese presence in Earth’s orbit for the next decade.

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Nytimes.com | 16. 06. 2021 | Science

Emergent BioSolutions was awarded a $628 million federal contract with no competitive bidding. Top executives received big bonuses while factories mostly sat idle and tens of millions of Covid-19 doses were thrown away.

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Nytimes.com | 16. 06. 2021 | Science

His development of advanced analytical techniques formed the basis for M.R.I. technology used in hospitals and helped chemists determine the structure of complex molecules.

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Nytimes.com | 16. 06. 2021 | Science

His argument about how social situations, not personality, can govern behavior took hold in modern psychology and inspired thinkers like Malcolm Gladwell.

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Nytimes.com | 16. 06. 2021 | Science

President Biden suspended new oil and gas drilling leases on federal lands. A judge in Louisiana ruled those leases could not be temporarily halted.

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Nytimes.com | 16. 06. 2021 | Science

Regulators have asked residents to start conserving energy after demand hit a June record just one week into the month.

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Nytimes.com | 15. 06. 2021 | Science

Long after some people have recovered from the virus, they find certain foods off-putting.

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Nytimes.com | 15. 06. 2021 | Science

For now, the best way to show that you’ve been inoculated against the coronavirus is a simple white card. Here, your key questions answered.

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Nytimes.com | 15. 06. 2021 | Science

While the United States edges toward normalcy, countries like Japan, South Korea and Australia are still facing months of uncertainty and isolation as their vaccination campaigns just start to gain steam.

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Nytimes.com | 15. 06. 2021 | Science

La sonda Juno de la NASA comienza una larga misión que no sería posible si no hubiera experimentado problemas de propulsión cuando llegó por primera vez al planeta gigante.

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BBC.co.uk | 15. 06. 2021 | Science

Biologists have uncovered the genetic secrets of water shrews, the world's smallest diving mammals.

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Nytimes.com | 15. 06. 2021 | Science

Deb Haaland has advised the president to reinstate former boundaries at Bears Ears National Monument and Grand Staircase-Escalante in Utah, and also in a marine area off New England.

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Nytimes.com | 14. 06. 2021 | Science

Jittery pet owners are asking vets, animal poison control centers and Twitter. Read on for answers.

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Nytimes.com | 14. 06. 2021 | Science

Shi Zhengli, a top virologist, said in a rare interview that speculation about her lab in Wuhan was baseless. But China’s habitual secrecy makes her claims hard to validate.

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Nytimes.com | 14. 06. 2021 | Science

In early 2020, Kristian Andersen wrote to Anthony Fauci about the possibility of an engineered coronavirus. His research has since dispelled those suspicions.

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BBC.co.uk | 14. 06. 2021 | Science

Campaigners say government position is 'a step in the right direction but 'not yet on the money'.

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Nytimes.com | 14. 06. 2021 | Science

NASA’s Juno probe is beginning an extended mission that may not have been possible if it hadn’t experienced engine trouble when it first arrived at the giant planet.

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Nytimes.com | 14. 06. 2021 | Science

Deaths in Santa Clara County, Calif., highlight a terrible disparity of the pandemic: Covid-19 killed many Hispanic Americans at younger ages.

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BBC.co.uk | 13. 06. 2021 | Science

Supporters say pesticides damage the environment, but farmers warn they could lose their livelihoods.

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BBC.co.uk | 12. 06. 2021 | Science

Retired 79-year-old John Stimpson started making the boxes as a hobby and now does it full-time.

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Nytimes.com | 11. 06. 2021 | Science

The administration says it will “repeal or replace” the rule that opened up more than half of Tongass National Forest to logging.

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Nytimes.com | 11. 06. 2021 | Science

The proposed lease sale is part of the Biden administration's push to develop 30,000 megawatts of offshore wind power by 2030.

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BBC.co.uk | 11. 06. 2021 | Science

Single-use plastic from take-out food is a big source of pollution in oceans and rivers, scientists say.

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Nytimes.com | 11. 06. 2021 | Science

Researchers are starting to investigate the species that drive alpine algal blooms to better understand their causes and effects.

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