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Silicon Valley’s Water Conservation Conundrum

Silicon Valley’s Water Conservation Conundrum

­“Silicon Valley has been talking about water technology since they started talking about clean tech, but there are no new big ideas,” said Joel Makower, the chairman and executive editor of the GreenBiz Group.

A Congressman, a Financial Deal and an Intricate Web of Conflicts

A Congressman, a Financial Deal and an Intricate Web of Conflicts

Representative Chris Collins of New York after his arraignment on insider trading charges in New York on Wednesday.

Review: ‘A Spirit of Charity’ Probes Struggle of Public Hospitals

Review: ‘A Spirit of Charity’ Probes Struggle of Public Hospitals

A Spirit of Charity: Restoring the Bond Between America and Its Public Hospitals. By Mike King. Secant. 352 pages. $26.95.

Ancient Burial Pits Reveal Sophisticated Rituals

Ancient Burial Pits Reveal Sophisticated Rituals

Stone pendants and earrings recovered from the Lothagam North Pillar Site in Kenya, which is about 5,300 years old. It was used as a burial site for about 700 years. Then, abruptly and mysteriously, the burials stopped.

Francisco J. Ayala, Famed Biologist, Resigns After Sexual Harassment Inquiry

Francisco J. Ayala, Famed Biologist, Resigns After Sexual Harassment Inquiry

Francisco J. Ayala, one of the university's more generous donors and a star professor, will leave the university as of Sunday without "emeritus" status.

Listening to Elephants With Earthquake-Monitoring Tools

Listening to Elephants With Earthquake-Monitoring Tools

Studies have shown that elephants may be monitoring ground vibrations through their bodies, fleeing for higher ground moments before distant tsunamis strike or stomping on the ground to warn others of danger.

Elephants Are Very Scared of Bees. That Could Save Their Lives.

Elephants Are Very Scared of Bees. That Could Save Their Lives.

A bee’s sting won’t hurt an elephant’s tough hide, but bees can swarm and wound more sensitive places like the trunk, eyes and mouth.

This Mutant Crayfish Clones Itself, and It’s Taking Over Europe

This Mutant Crayfish Clones Itself, and It’s Taking Over Europe

The marbled crayfish is a mutant species that clones itself, scientists report. The population is exploding in Europe, but the species appears to have originated only about 25 years ago.

Bulwark Against an Abortion Ban? Medical Advances

Bulwark Against an Abortion Ban? Medical Advances

A march in Washington of women demanding legalization of abortion in 1971. With President Trump about to nominate a second justice to the Supreme Court, legal experts are debating what a more conservative court would mean for abortion rights.


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