Five Things to Know About Net Neutrality

Five Things to Know About Net Neutrality The Dec. 14 vote will decide whether to reverse the landmark 2015 regulations placed on Internet service providers By Julissa Treviño Yesterday, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai set forth a proposal to ...

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Share, Test and Refine

Photo Credit: Peter Allen ‘Share, Test and Refine’ Researchers receive a $3.4 million grant from the NSF’s Office of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure to improve scientific image processing By James Badham Working with scientific images is arduous, and no simple platform exists ...

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Research informs wild harvests for aquarium displays

Kate Buckley conducts Largetooth Sawfish research in the Adelaide River Research informs wild harvests for aquarium displays By Ellie Turner Two threatened marine species urgently need sustainability assessments before future wild harvests are conducted for public aquarium displays, a Charles ...

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Distributed dynamic diversity databases for life

Distributed dynamic diversity databases for life Project Description A coherent classification and species checklist of the world’s plants, animals, fungi and microbes is fundamental for accessing information about biodiversity. The Catalogue of Life provides the world with a unique service: ...

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UCT scientists strike blow against tuberculosis

SATVI nurse examining a participant in this study, which followed adolescents infected with M. tuberculosis (latent TB) over several years in the Worcester area. UCT scientists strike blow against tuberculosis Story Supplied. Photo Kalli Van Der Merwe. University of Cape ...

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Hot and Bothered

Hot and Bothered Environmental economists studying the impact of climate change on manufacturing in China predict substantial losses by mid-21st century By Andrea Estrada To date, most empirical evidence on climate change impacts have focused on the agricultural sector. Little ...

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