Friday, August 11, 2006

Today in Science




Liquid explosives are hard to screen for. NYT

And they are easy to get and use. NYT, WP


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Greenland's glaciers are melting 3 times faster than they were just 2 years ago. BBC, ScienceNOW, NG

Lack of increased snowfall in the Southern Hemisphere may portend a more rapid rise in sea level. Nature

More US state and local officials are moving to cut greenhouse gas emissions without waiting for the Federal government. WP




Emory researchers start new gene mapping project. (A guy I know too, how exciting.) AP, Nature




Contagious cancer found in dogs. WP, LiveScience.com, ScienceNOW, Nature


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Indian AIDS patients can not afford second line drug therapy. Reuters




Alzheimer's: Scientists discover molecular pathway that normally cleans up amyloid plaques in the brain. AP




The PC turns 25. BBC, LiveScience.com




The US trails other countries in understanding of biology, especially acceptance of evolution. LiveScience.com, NG




Federal and Connecticut authorities are investigating the crash of Senator Joe Lieberman's website on the eve of his primary. AP




A weak el Nino may form this year. Reuters


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