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In this #SciMagWorkingLife, a professor opens up about how she overcame hunger, poverty, and discrimination to build a career in science. #WeekendReads https://t.co/f6RcFYZsEN
Scientists have long suspected that 125,000 years ago, the West Antarctic Ice Sheet collapsed. Next week, the NSF will fund a 5-year project, costing more than $3 million, that will seek evidence of this collapse. https://t.co/cIKFc9FTJK
The scandal that has become known as "Sharpiegate" damaged NOAA's credibility and may have undercut public trust in the agency's apolitical weather forecasting, the Commerce Department Inspector General said in a new report. https://t.co/9GjOYfx9rM
For more than 50 years, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia fought a civil war sparked partly by social inequities from the remote jungles of Colombia. Now, more than 100 ex‑combatants are being enlisted in a new cause. https://t.co/3jg1zdNrEn
Will quantum computers, with thousands of quantum bits, become merely noise makers or the most powerful computers ever? Developers are facing their true challenge in the journey for the latter. https://t.co/LOqvHtQKwg