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2) Plant Biology studies making use of ISS capabilities of Veggie, the Advanced Plant Habitat, the Spectrum Imager, and/or the Biological Research in Canisters (BRIC) to study environmental effects on plant growth and interactions with microbes and fungi. Proposed studies should answer fundamental questions about how plants adapt to spaceflight

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Science Discovers How to Grow Wood in a Lab | Latest

In the lab, live cells are extracted from a zinnia plant-a daisy-like flower, native to Mexico-and cultured to produce lignin, a major chemical component of wood. Further, fine-tuning the types of plant tissues created and mass-producing them could reduce the need for logging, along with its associated waste and loss of habitat.

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This article discusses the science of DMT and explores its potential as a therapeutic. Despite the excitement about adding psychedelic substances to psychiatrists’ toolkits, one of the most potent psychedelic compounds available, DMT ( N,N -dimethyltryptamine), has received very little attention from clinicians until recently.

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Science Officially Debunks Chemtrails, But the Conspiracy

Smart News Keeping you current Science Officially Debunks Chemtrails, But the Conspiracy Will Likely Live On A panel of 77 atmospheric scientists and geochemists weigh in on the controversial

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How Have Plants Shaped Human Societies? - Scientific

Quinine (Scientific name: Cinchona) is a plant that has influenced the course of human history.Used for centuries by the indigenous people of the Andes as a cure for fevers, Cinchona became known

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Plants, animals adapt to city living | Science News for

Founded in 2003, Science News for Students is a free, award-winning online publication dedicated to providing age-appropriate science news to learners, parents and educators. The publication, as well as Science News magazine, are published by the Society for Science, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) membership organization dedicated to public engagement

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Scientific Field. Biodiversity and Conservation (68) Biology (42) Energy and Climate (45) Food and Agriculture (15) Health and Medicine (57) Physical Science (4) Pollution (14) Social Science (35) Technology (11) Water Resources (37)

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Scientific American Says Vegetables Are Toxic, Sugary

Scientific American just ran an article claiming that vegetables are becoming like sugary snacks and are toxic. And that's not even the worst part. The article was given the ridiculous headline "Broccoli Is Dying. Corn Is Toxic. Long Live Microbiomes!" It was co-authored by a marine biologist and a retired English teacher.

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Plant Research & Conservation » New York Botanical Garden

Article Alerts: Selected Science Staff Publications. Molecular systematics studies, new species descriptions, developmental genetics of seeds, land plant phylogenomics, the description of a 125 million year old tree fern fossil–this is the research of the scientists at The New York Botanical Garden.

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Science A-Z - Multilevel Science News Articles for Kids

Multilevel Science News Articles for Kids. Science in the News engages your students in the ever-changing world of science. Each issue features compelling news articles for kids written at three reading levels to allow for differentiated instruction. Science in the News provides opportunities to teach critical thinking, inquiry, and the genre

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Science - Wikipedia

Science (from Latin scientia 'knowledge') is a systematic enterprise that builds and organizes knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions about the universe.. The earliest roots of science can be traced to Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia in around 3000 to 1200 BCE. Their contributions to mathematics, astronomy, and medicine entered and shaped Greek natural philosophy of

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