Nature retracts con

Nature retracts controversial stem cell papers Earlier this year,two papers published in the journal Nature reported thatsimply stressing adult cells could turn them into powerful stem cellscalled STAP (stimulus-triggered acquisition of pluripotency) cells—and immediately drew accusations of plagiarism and image manipulation Now Naturehas published a much-anticipated retraction of both papers ‘Vampire’ squirrel has world’s fluffiest tail The rarely seen tufted ground squirrel is a weird little animal It’s twice the size of most tree squirrels and it reputedly has a taste for blood Now motion-controlled cameras have revealed another curious fact: It has the bushiest tail of any mammal compared with its body size Nearly one-third of Americans aren’t ready for the next generation of technology Although most Americans have access to the Internet a large percentage of them may be suffering from a lack of digital readiness A new survey finds that nearly 30% of Americans either aren’t digitally literate or don’t trust the Internet ‘Bigfoot’ samples analyzed in lab Scientists have performed the first peer-reviewed genetic survey of biological samples supposedly collected from yetis Bigfoots and Sasquatches around the world The results At least in the lab these elusive hairy humanoid creatures are nothing more than bears horses and dogsIn a high-profile decision the US National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) yesterday denied a request from a consortium of US marine parks and aquariums to import 18 beluga whales (Delphinapterus leucas) from Russia for public display finding the move would violate marine mammal protection laws The June 2012 request for the import permit led by the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta had divided marine mammal scientists drawn extensive opposition from animal rights groups and prompted more than 9000 comments from the public The Georgia Aquarium lamented the decision saying that it would set back efforts to study the species and reduce opportunities for public education But conservationists applauded The agency “has done the right thing” says Lori Marino a marine mammal biologist and cetacean advocate at Emory University in Atlanta “They followed the scientific evidence” The belugas were captured in the wild from the Sea of Okhotsk between 2006 and 2011 and are being held in a research station on the Black Sea Coast In its permit application the Georgia Aquarium said that it planned to import the 18 animals by air It intended to keep six for its own display and transfer 11 to SeaWorld marine parks and one to the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago Illinois The Georgia Aquarium now has four other belugas which are used for education conservation and research projects? About 30 belugas live in five other facilities in the United States. 18) by brushing up on Anakin Skywalker’s story arc Contact us at [email protected] topping it off with a hasty homage to Sam Smith’s Spectre contribution, and an attempt to retaliate against the fired aide for his later endorsement of Ted Cruz during the GOP primary. and living standards in Europe, The 1893 incident proved to be a turning point in Gandhi’s fight against racial discrimination in South Africa.

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