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- One-tenth of the world’s wilderness lost in 2 decades
- A tenth of the world’s wilderness lost since the 1990s
- Study: A tenth of the world’s wilderness lost since the 1990s
- NIST and Navy tests suggest telecom networks could back up GPS time signals
- Study finds earthquakes can trigger near-instantaneous aftershocks on different faults
- New study finds rate of injuries among youth soccer players doubled
- Prevention programs significantly reduce ankle injuries in soccer athletes
- How to fight drug-resistant bacteria
- Antimicrobial chemicals found with antibiotic-resistance genes in indoor dust
- Antibacterial ingredients in indoor dust could contribute to antibiotic resistance
- Team of robots learns to work together, without colliding
- New service improves cloud storage usage on mobile devices
- Beat the stock market by satisfying customers
- Researchers find vulnerabilities in iPhone, iPad operating system
- Louisiana Tech University uses underground radar to locate post-Katrina damage
- Researchers name a new species of reptile from 212 million years ago
- 13th century Maya codex, long shrouded in controversy, proves genuine
- Similarities found between how ancient and modern fish survived youth
- Genetics of African KhoeSan populations maps to Kalahari Desert geography
- Browsing antelope turned ancient African forests into grassy savanna ecosystems
- Posting personal experiences on social media may help you remember them in the future
- Life after Fitbit: Appealing to those who feel guilty vs. free
- Pet therapy can combat homesickness
- UBC research could help local governments plan together
- Link between weather and chronic pain is emerging through innovative smartphone research
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