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Sudden Infant Deaths Linked to Elevation dlvr.it/9yPpmq
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RT @TechXplore_com: Finger gestures will tell your smartwatch what to do phy.so/351741101
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Hubble revisits tangled galaxy NGC 6240 astronomynow.com/2015/05/25/hub… http://t.co/ssZccd3b1Z
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Photo of the Day: Pure Life on.natgeo.com/1HEzft5 #photography #pod
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The ISS Permanent Multipurpose Module (PMM) is being relocated 27 May, details: nasa.gov/press-release/… twitter.com/AstroSamantha/…
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Possible Slime mold: Image of a Slime Mold taken at Hoh Rainforest on the Olympic Peninsula in Western Washin... bit.ly/1HFLMJW
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India heatwave kills more than 500 people gu.com/p/497e9
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Beth Shapiro asks if we could ever bring back mammoths - and if we should: ow.ly/NiIJG http://t.co/hYrNb3KicE
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Like humans, crows store their tools when they don’t need them ht.ly/NaVa2 Research from @univofstandrews #birds #nature
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The thinner, oxygen-poor air above 2,400 meters may be among environmental stressors that increase SIDS risk bit.ly/1Rgk22R #science
25 May 07:19 GMT reply retweet favorite
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RT @medical_xpress: Can you see what I hear? Blind human echolocators use visual areas of the brain medx.cc/351740883
25 May 06:48 GMT reply retweet favorite
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11 new #species come to light in #Madagascar phy.so/351740711 @UNIGEnews
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A new species of crab spider has been discovered in southern India bit.ly/1PGODJI
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New Nice guidance will teach bad bosses how to keep employees happy bit.ly/1Rgd1PM
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Humans could download brains on to a computer and live forever bit.ly/1Rgd3XO
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"S" is for Self bit.ly/1AoKeV5
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IS threat to rare bird near Palmyra bbc.in/1IUlRkB
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VIDEO: Solar plane pilot set for six-day leg bbc.in/1IYA5zt
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Highly contagious, antibiotic-resistant food poisoning establishes U.S. presence: ow.ly/Nn3HB #science http://t.co/4hGD37VxZw
25 May 02:32 GMT reply retweet favorite
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Explaining a Cornerstone of Game Theory: John Nash’s Equilibrium nyti.ms/1AsNDSv
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Unknown Agar Contaminat: Unknown contaminant seen on TSA agar after several months at refrigerated temperature... bit.ly/1LAjp19
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Unknown Fungal Contaminant: Unknown fungal contaminant, presumably airborne, found on TSA after several months... bit.ly/1LAjp0Y
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Octopus skin can detect light and respond to it (video): ow.ly/NfsMV http://t.co/F5ci6BpAp5
25 May 02:10 GMT reply retweet favorite
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Science Fiction Writer Signs a $3.4 Million Deal nyti.ms/1AsMJoR
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The Weirdest Animal Penises oak.ctx.ly/r/31w7n http://t.co/ljT9nYkkoV
25 May 01:04 GMT reply retweet favorite
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Amazon #deforestation takes a turn for the worse: ow.ly/Nn3tc #conservation http://t.co/8md3rklXHo
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His mind was beautiful, but troubled. His math was just beautiful. Mathematician John Nash dies at age 86: ow.ly/Nn4uA
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Our weird animal question of the week: Are lemmings really suicidal? on.natgeo.com/1Fa6COi
25 May 00:15 GMT reply retweet favorite
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Bioscience solutions for global challenges, find out more at #NIB2015 nib.ac.uk/conference2015… June 15-16 @Rothamsted #Research
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Science still seen as male profession, according to international study of gender bias news.sciencemag.org/social-science…
24 May 23:27 GMT reply retweet favorite
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