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November is IBD Awareness Month | Gastrointestinal Society

November is IBD Awareness Month | Gastrointestinal Society

November is Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Month. Canada has one of the highest rates of these inflammatory bowel diseases in the world. Go to badgut.org to watch our IBD video and learn about treatments for these diseases. Got a bad gut? Go to badgut.org for good advice.

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RIT on TV: Imaging Science Internship

RIT on TV: Imaging Science Internship

>>[ANCHOR]: The Rochester Institute of Technology is offering a paid internship experience for high school students who are interested in science, technology, engineering and math. 14 high school juniors will be selected to participate in the paid internship program in the College’s Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science. High school students will be working […]

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Nobel Prize winner advises young Korean scientists on ‘where to fish’

Nobel Prize winner advises young Korean scientists on ‘where to fish’

one of the three corners of this year’s Nobel Prize in Physiology or medicine William Kalyan has come to Korea to meet with researchers at the Institute of basic science his advice to young scientists highlighted the importance of finding want to work on or deciding to quote where to fish can young who has […]

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ScienceCasts: Lettuce Orbit Earth — A New Form of Life Takes Root on the ISS

ScienceCasts: Lettuce Orbit Earth — A New Form of Life Takes Root on the ISS

[ MUSIC ] Lettuce Orbit Earth – A New Form of Life Takes Root on the International Space Station Presented by [email protected] It’s spring, and all around the northern hemisphere gardeners are planting seeds, tilling soil, and watering crops. Imagine a gardener’s surprise, however, if water from the hose, instead of hitting the soil and […]

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Scientists Finally Know The Real Reason Dodo Birds Went Extinct

Scientists Finally Know The Real Reason Dodo Birds Went Extinct

If there’s one thing most people know about the dodo bird, it’s that they were dumb. If they had been human, they would have been the kind of person who changes pants while driving. Yes, legend has it, this creature was only really ever a danger to itself, a true poster child for The Darwin […]

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New Cystic Fibrosis Treatment a “Game-Changer” | SciShow News

New Cystic Fibrosis Treatment a “Game-Changer” | SciShow News

{♫Intro♫} 30 years and two months ago—on September 8, 1989—researchers published three papers describing the gene responsible for cystic fibrosis. It was a huge breakthrough, and one they hoped would lead to a reliable treatment in no time. Well, it wasn’t “no time”, but the discovery has finally led to a drug that dramatically improves […]

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Experience the Science Spectrum in Lubbock, Texas

Experience the Science Spectrum in Lubbock, Texas

The Science Spectrum in Lubbock, Texas is more than just a museum. For twenty five years, the Science Spectrum has wowed their guests with amazing exhibits and hands on activities that will entertain your brain for hours on end. This family-friendly museum will take you on a fun filled adventure with tons of great things […]

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Marshmello – Silence Ft. Khalid (Official Music Video)

Marshmello – Silence Ft. Khalid (Official Music Video)

Yeah, I would rather be a lover than a fighter (Fighter) ‘Cause all my life, I’ve been fighting Never felt a feeling of comfort All this time, I’ve been hiding And I never had someone to call my own, oh nah I’m so used to sharing Love only left me alone But I’m at one […]

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First Animal Fetus Made Without Sperm or Eggs | Biotechnology Science News | Technadine

First Animal Fetus Made Without Sperm or Eggs | Biotechnology Science News | Technadine

Hi everyone! Let’s get straight to the point. Here is the biotech news. For the first time ever, a mouse fetus has developed without sperm or eggs. Let’s discover now, how this incredible thing became possible. First off, scientists took a mouse embryo and extracted a special kind of stem cells, called extended pluripotent stem […]

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