Brains on Pong

Brains on Pong may revel how information is sent via electrodes Published by Science Recorder | June 2013 by L. Clark Tate Remember Pong? A computer game similar the one that had the world tapping “k” and “m” just facilitated a major breakthrough in neurobiological research, according to the Los Angeles Times. Scientists have previously […]

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Lone Signal: Text an extraterrestrial

Published by Science Recorder | June 2013 by L. Clark Tate “E.T. phone home” is taking on a whole new meaning. Lone Signal, a startup company focusing on space and technology, is combining our collective fascination with extraterrestrial life, capitalism, and science in a way rarely seen outside the movie theater. On July 18th they […]

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Obama, Xi reach deal on greenhouse gases

Published by Science Recorder | June 2013 by L. Clark Tate In our vastly interconnected world, it is nigh impossible for any action to avoid unexpected consequences. Last Saturday’s agreement between President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping, covered by The Washington Post, to curtail specific greenhouse gas emissions marks another link in a long […]

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U.S. to list chimpanzees as endangered

Published by Science Recorder | June 2013 by L. Clark Tate It is difficult to consider an animal endangered when it regularly appears on your TV screen as the comic relief, the adorable pet, or the trunk monkey. But chimpanzees are indeed protected under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), at least wild chimps are. Responding […]

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The Oarfish

Everything you need to know about the oarfish, the so-called mythical ‘sea serpant’ Published by Science Recorder | June 2013 by L. Clark Tate When it comes to understanding the world around us nothing compares to time spent in the field. It is no surprise then that many oceanic discoveries echo stories told by the […]

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Essential Eco

Series Published by Women’s Movement | 2012-2013 By L. Clark Tate Profitable Preserves, Foraging Maps, and More Preservation for Profit. New research shows that marine conservation areas provide more than wildlife habitat, beauty, and excellent snorkeling opportunities, reports National Geographic. The scientific paper, called “A General Business Model for Marine Reserves,” found that the preserves also serve […]

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