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Scientific research is conservative but could be accelerated, analysis finds

Institutional and cultural pressures lead scientists to avoid risk-taking and choose inefficient research strategies, two new University of Chicago papers conclude. Despite increased opportunities for groundbreaking experiments, most scientists choose conservative research strategies to reduce personal risk, which makes collective discovery slower and more expensive. However, these computational studies also ...

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Persian Gulf could experience deadly heat

Within this century, parts of the Persian Gulf region could be hit with unprecedented events of deadly heat as a result of climate change, according to a study of high-resolution climate models. The research reveals details of a business-as-usual scenario for greenhouse gas emissions, but also shows that curbing emissions ...

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Obama says Iran talks could be a lesson for North Korea

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President Obama responds to a question during a joint press conference with South Korean President Park Geun-hye in the East Room of the White House Friday.(Photo: SHAWN THEW, EPA) WASHINGTON — The recently concluded Iran nuclear deal could be a model for how the world community addresses North Korea’s nuclear ...

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Could ‘The Day After Tomorrow’ happen?

A researcher from the University of Southampton has produced a scientific study of the climate scenario featured in the disaster movie ‘The Day After Tomorrow’. In the 2004 film, climate warming caused an abrupt collapse of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOC), leading to catastrophic events such as tornados destroying ...

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European privacy ruling could hurt U.S. companies

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A file picture dated 09 April 2015 of Austrian student and plaintiff Max Schrems speaking to journalists prior to the start of the trial concerning the admission of the claim of a class action lawsuit against the privacy policy of Facebook, in Vienna, Austria. The European Court of Justice (ECJ) ...

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