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The image below illustrates how much and how fast oceans are warming on the Northern Hemisphere. Between the two there are numerous play areas, small slides and plenty more to keep kids of different ages happy in the summer sun. But one organization – the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids – turned its back to the public’s health and to the children it was supposedly committed to protecting.

Technology-a field of knowledge having to do with the use of science and industry to help solve common problems of life. So instead, it has to lie by making the public think that Big Tobacco has sunk to the level of trying to get kids to use gummy worm-flavored nicotine products.science in the news

Muredach Reilly, PhD, interviews Jane Freedman, the ATVB 2017 Keynote Lecturer, about her research into the role of circulating, non-coding RNAs in atherothrombotic disease. Simply donate any amount and not only will you experience our site ad-free, but you will be part of the Science X community mission to promote science and technology knowledge.science in the news

The polynomial trend is based on NASA January 2012-February 2017 anomalies from 1951-1980, adjusted by +0.59°C to cater for the rise from 1750 to 1951-1980. Whales might be the largest animals on the planet, but they haven’t always been so huge. This year, Regeneron becomes only the third sponsor of the Science Talent Search, with a 10-year, $100 million commitment.

Given the speed at which many feedbacks can kick in and the interaction between warming elements, Arctic sea ice volume could be zero by September 2017. Vice-Chancellor’s Impact Award 2014 4 December 2014 Academics from the Faculty of Science won the Vice-Chancellor’s Impact Award 2014 for their work on reducing risks to aviation following the Eyjafjallajökull eruption in 2010.science in the news