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Numbers alone cannot capture the scope of damage in the wake of the coronovirus epidemic. Data sets are raw tools to reduce the depth of human misery, or the depth of our collective unhappiness.But the numbers can help...
Above a wet-bulb temperature of 35 ° C, the body cannot cool down, as the sweat on the skin can no longer evaporate. Prolonged exposure to such conditions can be fatal for healthy people as well. Low...
A few years ago, Sayka Mitoh, a Ph.D. The candidate at Nara Women's University in Japan, was refusing her lab's vast collection of sea slugs when she stumbled upon a gruesome sight. Alicia Marginetta, one of the...
During more than three decades in the oil and gas business, Andy Lane has managed to build massive facilities for extracting and transporting natural gas to places such as Trinidad and Indonesia.He is now working in his native England,...
MEXICO CITY - President André Manuel López Obredor has never been critical of his predecessor's legacy. But he reserved a special contempt for the sweeping overhaul, which opened up Mexico's privately held energy industry to the private sector.He...
Antillean larvae are famously ferocious: they dig up the sand to stab unsuspecting prey, stabbing them with their sharp circles and digging it out from the inside.But everything is relative. For their own predators, antillean larvae are only...
For spring dreamers, starting seeds indoors allows you to start the growing season before planting them outdoors (where you have to wait until after the last frost). And some plants, such as some tender vegetables, are better off...

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This week, attend an art lecture, listen to a conversation with novelist With Than Nguyen or celebrate Def History Month.
Sarah Hart, the first woman to hold England's prestigious Gresham Professorship of Geometry, explores the intersections of music, literature and mathematics.
It all started with my mom, Thelma Battle, who spent 30 years working in Silicon Valley. For me, she was one of those "hidden figures". I grew up watching women working with technology and science and computers....