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Thursday th 30th of January 2020

Immune systems not prepared for climate change - 13:40

Hemp 'goes hot' due to genetics, not growing conditions - 13:40

Rapid Weather Swings Increase Flu Risk - 11:40

Self-learning heat­ing control system saves energy - 11:40

New research could aid cleaner energy technologies - 11:40

Materials Research Society Partners with Springer Nature - 11:40

Expert: Earth Day is turning 50. Here's what the first one was like in 1970 - 11:40

California can become carbon neutral by 2045 - 11:40

Counting is Caring: Be a Part of the Great Backyard Bird Count - 10:41

A High-Fiber Diet May Counteract the Harmful Health Effects of Pollutants - 09:40

Applicants sought for public engagement grants - 09:40

Autonomous pods SWARM together like bees in world first demonstration - 09:40

Wednesday th 29th of January 2020

UC San Diego Health Launches Drone Transport Program with UPS, Matternet - 19:40

A day in the life of an X-ray laser coach - 19:40

UTEP Professor Named Fellow of International Society for Optics and Photonics - 18:40

Factors affecting female bear harvest rates - 17:40

Robot sweat regulates temperature, key for extreme conditions - 17:40

Smaller Detection Device Effective for Nuclear Treaty Verification, Archaeology Digs - 16:40

Monitoring Intermediates in CO2 Conversion to Formate by Metal Catalyst - 16:40

Speedy Recovery: New Corn Performs Better in Cold - 16:40

The "Firewalkers" of Karoo: Dinosaurs and Other Animals Left Tracks in a "Land of Fire" - 15:43

Tiny, ancient meteorites suggest early Earth's atmosphere was rich in carbon dioxide - 15:43

New Product Award Winners Announced at SLAS2020 - 15:43

Drug Lord's Hippos Make Their Mark on Foreign Ecosystem - 14:50

Marivi Fernandez-Serra: Then and Now - 14:50

The Big Questions: Sally Dawson on the Higgs Boson - 14:50

The Big Questions: Ian Foster on High-Performance Computing - 14:50

NSF's Newest Solar Telescope Produces First Images - 14:50

Meet the Director: Guy Savard - 13:50

The Medical Minute: Is 'impossible' meat too good to be true? - 13:50

Genetics Society of America honors outstanding contributions to genetics with 2020 GSA Awards - 13:50

Scientists Find Record Warm Water in Antarctica, Pointing to Cause Behind Troubling Glacier Melt - 13:50

New Centers Lead the Way towards a Quantum Future - 13:50

Particle Physics Turns to Quantum Computing for Solutions to Tomorrow's Big-Data Problems - 12:50

Rutgers Expert Available to Discuss RNA Discovery - 12:00

Cycling to work? You may live longer - 12:00

UB chemist awarded $2 million NIH grant for enzyme research - 11:00

Finer particulate matter (PM1) could increase cardiovascular disease risk - 10:00

Color-changing bandages sense and treat bacterial infections - 10:00

Traditional Chinese medicinal plant yields new insecticide compounds - 10:00

Microplastics from ocean fishing can 'hide' in deep sediments - 10:00

Fungal decisions can affect climate - 08:40

Scientists Find Far Higher than Expected Rate of Underwater Glacial Melting - 06:30

Tuesday th 28th of January 2020

'Curious and curiouser!' Meteorite chunk contains unexpected evidence of presolar grains - 17:00

The Wuhan #coronavirus has been tracked to eating wild animals. Global veterinarian, Dr. Christian Walzer, based in New York at the Wildlife Conservation Society, is available for interview. Email ssautner@wcs.org for more info - 16:00

Tiny salamander's huge genome may harbor the secrets of regeneration - 16:00

Study analyses potential global spread of new coronavirus - 16:00

What's in Your Water? - 16:00

Senior Chemist Mark Beno Receives Posthumous AAAS Fellow Distinction for Lifetime Achievements - 15:00

Virtual assistants provide disappointing advice when asked for first aid, emergency info - 15:00