President Trump has yet to name a presidential science advisor or directors for NASA and NOAA, and other key science positions.
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SciFri teams up with the authors of “Atlas Obscura: An Explorer’s Guide to the World’s Hidden Wonders” to recommend geeky summer road trip destinations, like the mysterious moving rocks in Death Valley, and a museum full of brains.
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USGS wildlife biologist Karyn Rode monitors how populations of polar bears are affected by shrinking sea ice and other changing conditions in the Arctic. Plus, how safety lapses at national nuclear weapons labs are making dangerous work even more hazardous.
Hospitals commonly schedule surgeons to start a new surgery while someone else finishes their last one. Should they notify patients?