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Science Advice Columnist: Just Let Your Adviser Stare at Your Tits

Starting this Monday off with an absolute bang, a career advice column in the journal Science Careers — a column penned by a female scientist with a long and illustrious career — takes on a question from a postgraduate who’s just begun working in a new lab, where her adviser won’t stop staring down her shirt. The… » 6/01/15 1:00pm 6/01/15 1:00pm

Airlines, Liver Disease, Horrible Strangers Coming For Your Pets

Good news and terrible news, pet owners. The good news is that even if your pet gets lost by an airline, there's a chance that it will be found alive, living in the ventilation ducts months later. The bad news is that once your pet gets found, it might be almost dead. And if your pet's never found, it might be because… » 10/27/11 7:45pm 10/27/11 7:45pm

In The Future, Meat Will Be Grown In A Lab

While it sounds like the plot of something Kurt Vonnegut might write after reading Upton Sinclair and then dropping acid, biologists claim that it's not far fetched to assume that in the future, our meat won't come from animals that we kill; it will be grown in petri dishes in giant labs by mad scientists who drive… » 2/20/11 5:44pm 2/20/11 5:44pm