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Crystal power

2020-05-04 04:00:00 UTC

Crystal powerScientists at the US Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory have created and tested a single-crystal electrode that promises to yield pivotal discoveries for advanced batteries under development worldwide. Read more at Eurekalert.org


Pseudo-Science behind the Assault on Hydroxychloroquine

2020-05-02 09:00:29 UTC

Pseudo-Science behind the Assault on HydroxychloroquineThis is a research article published as information for health care professionals and public officials, and for an open peer review. It is not medical advice. Summary I reviewed the scientific literature on hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), azithromycin (AZ), and the Read more at Wattsupwiththat.com


Womens academic journal submissions plummet amid coronavirus

2020-05-01 15:25:49 UTC

Womens academic journal submissions plummet amid coronavirusWomen are submitting far fewer papers to academic journals, and barely submitting at all in some fields, while men are submitting more, according to an investigation byThe Washington Posts The Lily.Mothers everywhere say, Well, yeah. This is a damaging b Read more at Fastcompany.com


White House refuses to let Dr. Fauci testify to Congress about Trumps coronavirus response

2020-05-01 21:16:30 UTC

White House refuses to let Dr. Fauci testify to Congress about Trumps coronavirus responseOn Friday, The Washington Post reported that the White House is blocking Dr. Anthony Fauci from testifying before Congress. about President Donald Trumps response to the coronavirus pandemic. Evan Hollander, spokesman for the House Appropriations Committee, Read more at Rawstory.com


Trump supporters trashing new COVID-19 drug because the president pushed hydroxychloroquine first: report

2020-05-02 12:51:36 UTC

Trump supporters trashing new COVID-19 drug because the president pushed hydroxychloroquine first: reportFor weeks, President Donald Trumps backers on TV went all in on hydroxychloroquine, an anti-malaria and autoimmune drug that had horrific side effects and little evidence backing it, as a potential treatment for coronavirus. Now, the medical community is sho Read more at Rawstory.com


Trump is the biggest obstacle to beating COVID-19 and the GOP must get rid of him: columnist

2020-05-04 11:37:16 UTC

Trump is the biggest obstacle to beating COVID-19  and the GOP must get rid of him: columnistA brutal opinion piece from USA Today deems President Donald Trump the biggest obstacle to beating the coronavirus in the United States, and it begs Republicans to dump him for the good of the country. If Republicans actually want to get Americans back to Read more at Rawstory.com


Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was a GOP golden boy until coronavirus tanked his poll numbers: op-ed

2020-05-04 21:05:59 UTC

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was a GOP golden boy  until coronavirus tanked his poll numbers: op-edWriting for Yahoo News this Monday, Alexander Nazaryan chronicles the rise of Florida governor Ron DeSantis and his impending fall from grace as the fallout grows over his response to the coronavirus pandemic. Long before the coronavirus outbreak turned him Read more at Rawstory.com


Pompeo engages in huge coronavirus gaslighting: Best experts think it was man-made which is false then flip-flops

2020-05-03 19:56:38 UTC

Pompeo engages in huge coronavirus gaslighting: Best experts think it was man-made  which is false  then flip-flopsU.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is engaging is a campaign of disinformation, conspiracy theories, and gaslighting in efforts to shore up President Donald Trumps MAGA base while ramping up their attacks on China over the coronavirus that to date has kille Read more at Rawstory.com


Kazakhstan fends off allegations it is developing biological weapons

2020-05-04 12:27:26 UTC

Kazakhstan fends off allegations it is developing biological weaponsKazakhstan is not developing biological weapons or researching their possible use against other countries, its ministry of foreign affairs said on Saturday (2 May), denying allegations circulated in Russian and domestic media that the country is working on bi Read more at Euractiv.com


EPA decides to reject the latest science, endanger public health and ignore the law by keeping an outdated fine particle air pollution standard

2020-05-04 13:53:10 UTC

EPA decides to reject the latest science, endanger public health and ignore the law by keeping an outdated fine particle air pollution standardThe COVID-19 pandemic and economic shutdown have temporarily produced clearer skies across the U.S. Meanwhile, however, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has been busy finding reasons not to pursue long-lasting air quality gains. On April 30, 2020, the Read more at Rawstory.com


Trump might even not care about widespread death so long as he can shift the blame: conservative

2020-05-04 19:15:59 UTC

Trump might even not care about widespread death so long as he can shift the blame: conservativeConservative columnist Jennifer Rubin is on a roll for a Monday. In her second column for the day, she ripped President Donald Trump for trying to dodge responsibility for his pathetically lame excuse for leadership on the coronavirus crisis. Writing in the W Read more at Rawstory.com


Myst Therapeutics Appoints George Smith as Vice President of Business Operations

2020-05-04 11:40:18 UTC

Myst Therapeutics Appoints George Smith as Vice President of Business OperationsLOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Myst Therapeutics (Myst), a preclinical stage biotechnology company focused on developing selected TIL-based autologous T cell (PuriT) therapy products for cancer, announced the appointment of George Smith, PhD, MBA as Vice Pres Read more at Businesswire.com


Covid-19: After conflicting studies, effectiveness of remdesivir still in question

2020-05-01 17:10:18 UTC

Covid-19: After conflicting studies, effectiveness of remdesivir still in questionA US study published this week raised great hope for the effectiveness of the antiviral drug remdesivir for the treatment of patients with Covid-19. But results of a similar study in China seemed to show the opposite. Dr Anthony Fauci, the director of theUS Read more at Rawstory.com


The Leapfrog Group Partners with Newsweek to Launch Series on "Best Health Care"

2020-04-30 10:00:00 UTC

The Leapfrog Group Partners with Newsweek to Launch Series on "Best Health Care"Newsweek, a modern global digital news organization with a monthly readership of 30 million, will publish a series on top-rated health care enterprises that excel in patient safety and quality. Ratings will be powered by The Leapfrog Group using data voluntar Read more at Yahoo.com


What Cuba Has to Teach, in Pandemic Times and Beyond

2020-05-01 08:54:22 UTC

What Cuba Has to Teach, in Pandemic Times and BeyondIn July 2019, I visited the Cuban Institute for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (CIGB) as part of the 50th Anniversary Venceremos Brigade. We were impressed by the many scientific advances that the Institute had achieved, including the development of in Read more at Counterpunch.org


Mann elected to National Academy of Sciences

2020-04-30 09:00:00 UTC

Mann elected to National Academy of SciencesPenn State Michael Mann, distinguished professor of atmospheric sciences and director of Penn States Earth System Science Center at Penn State, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences, recognizing distinguished and continuing achievements in ori Read more at Wattsupwiththat.com


In memoriam: Germano Celant (1940-2020)

2020-05-01 21:14:49 UTC

In memoriam: Germano Celant (1940-2020)Mr. Celant (whose name is pronounced jer-MAN-o che-LANT) was born in 1940 and is representative of a new kind of curator, one who functions as an impresario or guest-artists in one city after another, moving from place to place and from commission to commiss Read more at Wallpaper.com


Professor Wayne ONeil, linguist and advocate for linguistics in education, dies at 88

2020-05-01 15:50:01 UTC

Professor Wayne ONeil, linguist and advocate for linguistics in education, dies at 88Longtime MIT professor and department head also participated in many efforts in support of peace and social justice.
Read more at Mit.edu


EPA decides to reject the latest science, endanger public health and ignore the law by keeping an outdated fine particle air pollution standard

2020-05-01 18:27:16 UTC

EPA decides to reject the latest science, endanger public health and ignore the law by keeping an outdated fine particle air pollution standardAfter a 5-year review, the EPA is leaving US standards for fine particle air pollution unchanged, even though recent studies suggest that tightening them could save thousands of lives yearly. Read more at Theconversation.com


Nanodevices for the brain could thwart formation of Alzheimer's plaques

2020-04-30 04:00:00 UTC

Nanodevices for the brain could thwart formation of AlzheimerResearchers designed a nanodevice with the potential to prevent peptides from forming dangerous plaques in the brain in order to halt development of Alzheimer's disease. Read more at Eurekalert.org



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