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British Scientists Develop Device to Detects Brain Injury

A team of researchers at University College London has developed a device known as a broadband near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) that uses light to detect brain damage in infants. They are now planning a clinical trial of the NIRS. What is … Continue reading

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SPACE: Scientists Map Out How to Nudge Small Asteroids into Earth’s Orbit. “A University of Glas…

SPACE: Scientists Map Out How to Nudge Small Asteroids into Earth’s Orbit. “A University of Glasgow team explores the subtle art of capturing asteroids without killing everybody.” Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Science Under Trump: Voices of Scientists across 16 Federal Agencies (2018)

Union of Concerned Scientists – Center for Science and Democracy – Promoting Scientific Integrity: “A year and a half into the Trump administration, its record on science policy is abysmal: undermining the role of science in decision-making, expanding the influence … Continue reading

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HMM: Antibiotic Resistance Can Spread Through The Air, Scientists Warn, And Yes You Should Be Terri…

HMM: Antibiotic Resistance Can Spread Through The Air, Scientists Warn, And Yes You Should Be Terrified. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Aspiring Young Scientists Represent Colorado in International Science and Engineering Fair

By Kurt Leyendecker 2018 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair Finalists; Nicole Hankovszky; Peyton Leyendecker; Evelyn Bodoni; Edwin Bodoni; Anand Chundi; and Krithik Ramesh This past week I had the pleasure of attending the 2018 Intel International Science and Engineering … Continue reading

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