‘Cull of the Wild’ questions sacrificing wildlife in the name of conservation
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by Aaron Tremper
5d ago
In his new book, ecologist Hugh Warwick seeks middle ground in the waging battle that is wildlife management ..read more
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Scientists are fixing flawed forensics that can lead to wrongful convictions
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by Amber Dance
1w ago
People have been wrongly jailed for forensic failures. Scientists are working to improve police lineups, fingerprinting and even DNA analysis ..read more
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Privacy remains an issue with several women’s health apps
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by Payal Dhar
2w ago
Inconsistent privacy policies and dodgy data collection in popular fertility and pregnancy tracking apps put women’s health information at risk ..read more
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Should we use AI to resurrect digital ‘ghosts’ of the dead?
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by Kathryn Hulick
1M ago
Technology that creates deepfake bots of dead loved ones may need safeguards, experts warn ..read more
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A hidden danger lurks beneath Yellowstone
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by Douglas Fox
1M ago
A volcanic eruption at Yellowstone is unlikely anytime soon, but evidence is growing that a violent hydrothermal, or steam, explosion is possible ..read more
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Online spaces may intensify teens’ uncertainty in social interactions
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by Sujata Gupta
1M ago
Little is known of how teens learn about emotions online and then use that knowledge to cope with social uncertainty during in-person encounters ..read more
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‘Flavorama’ guides readers through the complex landscape of flavor
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by Karen Kwon
1M ago
In her new book, Arielle Johnson, former resident scientist at the restaurant Noma, explains how to think like a scientist in the kitchen ..read more
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Rain Bosworth studies how deaf children experience the world
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by Meghan Rosen
1M ago
Deaf experimental psychologist Rain Bosworth has found that babies are primed to learn sign language just like spoken language ..read more
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Separating science fact from fiction in Netflix’s ‘3 Body Problem’ 
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by Emily Conover
1M ago
Real science underpins much of the action in the show — along with a hefty dose of artistic liberty ..read more
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Language models may miss signs of depression in Black people’s Facebook posts
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by Sujata Gupta
2M ago
Researchers hope to use social media posts to identify population-wide spikes in depression. That approach could miss Black people, a study shows ..read more
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