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A soapbox for female scientists

A soapbox for female scientists – Dal News  Dal News If you think “Soapbox Science” is just a name, think again. Yes, there’s literally a soapbox involved — one built by Dal engineers, in fact. And over the course of … Source link

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FEDERAL AGENCIES: Access to scientists shrinks. Congress may change that

Journalists covering the science underlying policy decisions have increasingly met restrictions on reaching federal agency experts under the Obama and Trump administrations. The roadblocks have taken on added significance in recent years as outside experts have challenged the research and methodology federal agencies have used to undo regulations. Source link

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String patterns in the doped Hubbard model

String patterns in the doped Hubbard model  Science Magazine One of the simplest models of interacting fermions on a two-dimensional (2D) lattice—the Hubbard model—becomes too tricky to simulate on classical … Source link

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Livestreaming science

Livestreaming science  Science Magazine I arrive at the lab where I work as a postbaccalaureate researcher and, like many scientists starting their days, I open my laptop, check my email, and plan my … Source link

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Genomics guides help for dwindling species

Genomics guides help for dwindling species  Science Magazine The expanding global human footprint is dividing the world’s flora and fauna into ever-smaller, more isolated populations that could wink out because of … Source link

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Distinguished academic health science professional appointed as executive vice president for UC Health

The University of California Board of Regents approved today (July 18) Dr. Carrie L. Byington as the next executive vice president of UC Health, comprised of UC’s five academic medical centers, a community-based health system and 18 health professional schools. Source link

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