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A Worm May Hold The Key To Biodegrading Plastic

The larvae of Galleria mellonella, ordinarily famous as a polish worm, is means to biodegrade cosmetic bags. Wayne Boo/USGS Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab People around a universe use some-more than a trillion cosmetic bags…



Why We Marched for Science

An ST editor, and his biologist partner, confirm where to make a stand, and why. “OBJECTIVE REALITY EXISTS.” It was a criticism pointer that we never illusory we would lift on a swarming all-night train…



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CNN And Fox News Agree Which Scientist To Go To

The effect of such duplicity is not benign. In 1987, a Berkeley molecular biologist named Peter Duesberg published a contrarian article in a systematic biography arguing that AIDS was not caused by a HIV virus….





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Plastic-eating larva could taste waste, scientists say

Image copyright CÉSAR HERNÁNDEZ/CSIC Image caption Wax worm caterpillars in a petri dish A larva that munches on cosmetic bags could reason a pivotal to rebellious cosmetic pollution, scientists say. Researchers during Cambridge University have…