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in a possible test case feds are wrapping up a probe that is likely to result in the first criminal case invol
In a possible test case, feds are wrapping up a probe that is likely to result in the first criminal case involving a major opioid distributor, Rochester Drug Cooperative, one of the 10 largest such US companies @dannyhakim @WRashbaum @ronicaryn https://t.co/BuwmCSW8Bf
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meet the tarantula hawk it s nether a spider nor a bird but it is new mexico s official state insect
Meet the tarantula hawk. It's nether a spider nor a bird. But it is New Mexico's official state insect. https://t.co/77spHdi13y
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how did a california gull become an official symbol of land locked utah it s a bit a long story
How did a California gull become an official symbol of land-locked Utah? It's a bit a long story. https://t.co/DEOKBdLDkk
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snot otter devil dog allegheny alligator lasagna lizard whatever you call it the eastern hellbender now holds
Snot otter, devil dog, Allegheny alligator, lasagna lizard: Whatever you call it, the eastern hellbender now holds an official place of honor as Pennsylvania's state amphibian https://t.co/dSGKS7ZS1G
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how does a parasitic wasp or a lasagna lizard become an official state symbol often it s because of some meddl
How does a parasitic wasp or a "lasagna lizard" become an official state symbol? Often, it's because of some meddling kids. https://t.co/K7Ky9x7LTG
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if you re clinging to a rock and can t move to escape predators how do you survive by hosting some very powerf
If you're clinging to a rock and can't move to escape predators, how do you survive? By hosting some very powerful chemical deterrents. https://t.co/qL3TTqttVJ
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most of the worlds poor countries are poorer than they would have been had greenhouse gas emissions not altere
Most of the world’s poor countries are poorer than they would have been had greenhouse gas emissions not altered the climate. In some rich countries, it's the opposite. -- https://t.co/I78YX8hqUH
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from parasitic wasps to shark look alikes states have honored a lot of odd creatures with colorful nicknames h
From parasitic wasps to shark look-alikes, states have honored a lot of odd creatures with colorful nicknames. Here are some of the strangest. https://t.co/4z819MpQyW
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david j thouless who shared the 2016 nobel prize in physics for discoveries that used mathematics to explain s
David J. Thouless, who shared the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics for discoveries that used mathematics to explain strange states of matter like superconductivity and superfluidity, has died https://t.co/1WIqYC8wH0
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drug distributor giants cardinal health mckesson amp amerisourcebergen are financial muscle behind spread of p
Drug distributor giants Cardinal Health, McKesson & AmerisourceBergen are financial muscle behind spread of prescription opioids. New lawsuits say these distributor-middlemen flooded US with opioids & evaded regulators @dannyhakim @WRashbaum @ronicaryn https://t.co/uHmM2dUz6l
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after reporting suicidal thoughts stanford students say they were required to immediately withdraw from all cl
After reporting suicidal thoughts, Stanford students say they were required to immediately withdraw from all classes, programs and housing. To return to campus, they had to write personal statements “accepting blame” for their behavior. https://t.co/4nltDDnb0Z
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why did scientists give ecstasy to octopuses it wasn t in the name of peace love unity and respect and a hope
Why did scientists give ecstasy to octopuses? It wasn't in the name of peace, love, unity and respect and a hope that the cephalopods would emerge from their tanks to wait for an eight-tentacled D.J. to drop the bass. https://t.co/IPtN3bdW7a
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it can regrow its limbs and internal organs but that may not be the most amazing thing about the axolotl turns
It can regrow its limbs and internal organs, but that may not be the most amazing thing about the axolotl. Turns out, this salamander has the largest genome ever sequenced. https://t.co/CayMzCPzlJ
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karen uhlenbeck helped pioneer a field known as geometric analysis and she developed techniques now commonly u
Karen Uhlenbeck helped pioneer a field known as geometric analysis, and she developed techniques now commonly used by many mathematicians. Today she has become the first woman to win the Abel Prize in mathematics. https://t.co/gui1za1xW8
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astronomers spotted a giant black hole in a nearby galaxy rip apart an unfortunate wayward star and spread hal
Astronomers spotted a giant black hole in a nearby galaxy rip apart an unfortunate wayward star and spread half of it into a messy blaze of light and heat swirling toward doom https://t.co/4G9SWmNNZT
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gag order schmag order the badlands national park twitter account went rogue with tweets about climate change
Gag order, schmag order: The Badlands National Park Twitter account went rogue with tweets about climate change https://t.co/cIOjFK8Xvr
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for those who embraced katie bouman as a symbol for women and girls in stem theres good news she was one of ab
For those who embraced Katie Bouman as a symbol for women and girls in STEM, there’s good news: She was one of about 40 women involved in the project. https://t.co/IPZ4tsRuN8
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no woman has won the abel the nobel prize of mathematics until today
No woman has won the Abel — the Nobel Prize of mathematics. Until today. https://t.co/uIRmyenf5U
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now that nasa s insight is on mars what s it going to do see for yourself with your smartphone this is a lot o
Now that NASA's InSight is on Mars, what's it going to do? See for yourself with your smartphone (this is a lot of fun on desktop, too) #MarsLanding https://t.co/uFVXYIBgUc
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the us navy once thought it was the ocean s bottom what their acoustics were detecting was actually an enormou
The U.S. Navy once thought it was the ocean's bottom. What their acoustics were detecting was actually an enormous mass of living sea creatures. Welcome to the ocean's twilight zone. https://t.co/B0f7cYXndA
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