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Jurassic World: The Exhibition coming to Philadelphia Credit: James Thomas Jurassic World was a huge hit for Universal and fans craving for more dinosaur action can check out Jurassic World: The Exhibition when it debuts in the U.S. at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphiastarting on November 25 2016. The exhibitco-produced with MagicSpace and IES had a record-breaking attendance in Australia. Attendees will be able to check out life-size animatronic dinosaurs designed by Walking with…

Nerds Over Cattle: How Food Technology Will Save the World | | Credit:An Impossible Foods meatless burger patty | From WIRED.com

Nerds Over Cattle: How Food Technology Will Save the World | An Impossible Food burger patty | Credit: Impossible Foods | From Wired.com

Scientists have achieved the lowest temperature ever to be recorded (Image credit: University of New Mexico) Scientists from the University of New Mexico have been conducting research with extremely low temperatures. Using a different lasers these scientists were able to cool down a crystal to 91o Kelvin. Thats about -296oF (or -182oC if youre that one guy who is too cool for Fahrenheit). Aram Gragossian is a research assistant who worked on the project to cool down the crystal. Here is…

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Twitter Fight Reveals a Long, Bizarre Scientific Feud: In short, the editors of Cladistics were insisting that anyone trying to build those trees of life had to use a method called parsimony—that, in fact, anyone who didn’t use parsimony wasn’t doing real science.

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