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The @UN #Climate2014 summit is exactly 1 week away. Prep with our collected climate change coverage. flipboard.com/section/temper…
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Some workers from Carolina hog farms carried antibiotic-resistant bacteria in their noses for days nyti.ms/1s47u5L
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See the spot chosen for the #67p comet landing nyti.ms/XrCfnp
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Fab 'Animated Life' by @flichtman & @SharonShattuck1 on the haberdasher scientist who dreamed small nyti.ms/1DeGfIE
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Op-Docs: ‘Animated Life: Seeing the Invisible’ nyti.ms/1o06E39
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Here's video of why scientists want to learn to spit like an Archerfish nyti.ms/1wxCXyo
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Obama to call for expansion of Ebola fight nyti.ms/1nZbiyp
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Something to keep eyes on: Mayon volcano in the Phiilippines has begun to stir again. theguardian.com/world/2014/sep…
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There are as many as 4,500 clinical trials involving stem cells underway in the U.S. right now nyti.ms/1y8VGCe
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Go inside the rice microbiome with @cstorrs nyti.ms/1m97TBs
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German is making its "moon landing" in the sea nyti.ms/1wwgVvP (Djamila Grossman for the NYT) pic.twitter.com/aCfscZAKNj
Fixing Climate Change May Add No Costs, Report Says nyti.ms/1qHrA4F
Over the Arabian Sea, spreads a vast green blanket nyti.ms/1y8VzXj (Photo: NASA) pic.twitter.com/UunsAia5Xz
When you hear microbiome you probably think about the human gut. But rice has a microbiome too nyti.ms/1m95WoG
Global Health: Among Malaria Parasites, Real Feel for Mosquitoes nyti.ms/1qGD5tc
Observatory: Tree-Protecting Ants Can’t Protect Themselves nyti.ms/1nYDmSx
Books: Art Entangled in Nature nyti.ms/1nYCbCv
Poor countries may ​possibly ​leapfrog fossil fuels for renewables thanks to Germany nyti.ms/1qyHhuR
Observatory: A Green Blanket on the Arabian Sea nyti.ms/1nYyLQa
Observatory: Spot Chosen for Comet Landing nyti.ms/1nYycWz
Q&A: The Case of the Missing Horseshoe Crabs nyti.ms/1nYwQuU
Stem Cells: Plenty of Hope, but Halting Progress nyti.ms/1qGjTM0
Taking a Health Hazard Home nyti.ms/1nYqfRc
Study Points to Well Leaks, Not Fracking, for Water Contamination nyti.ms/1nYmeMA
Reactions: Cancer Screening at a Cost, Your Uncomfortable Flight, Fortunate Dinosaur Bones nyti.ms/1nY8EJ9
Dot Earth Blog: Wildlife Agency Seeks Educational Use For Crushed Ivory nyti.ms/1qFAUWJ
Going Inside the Rice Microbiome nyti.ms/1qFtyT0
Prices have plunged in the last 5 years making solar power a lot more practical nyti.ms/1AHIakZ
Out There: A Discoverer as Elusive as His Particle nyti.ms/1qFjFEP
Visit a place in German where 75,000 people live on alternative energy they created together nyti.ms/ZkWHaH
These will soon send Germany power nyti.ms/1s3uFgO (Djamila Grossman for the NYT) pic.twitter.com/SlEXFW60nv
Pandas are wildly popular but cost a fortune to buy and maintain, so some zoos are rethinking the panda enterprise. theguardian.com/world/2014/sep…
Dot Earth Blog: Should fin whales be a source of wonder or meat? nyti.ms/1q2AfIz
4-minute mile? Maybe--if you run with this @ASU jetpack vimeo.com/98084869
Start the work week with a spectacular timelapse of Aurora from @MtWilsonObs youtube.com/watch?v=bf69en…
ScienceTake: Archerfish Have Potent Aim and Brain nyti.ms/1qExDqK
On one German island a wind energy company rented an entire hotel for the next 10 years. Here's why nyti.ms/1tSMe34
Wary of U.N. Action, Australia Unveils Plan to Aid Great Barrier Reef nyti.ms/1qEkbmy
​In some states, the 2nd biggest homebuilder in the U.S. now throws in solar with every new house nyti.ms/1ALNfsm
Some American states, impatient with Washington, are getting aggressive on renewable energy nyti.ms/1qyFkOW
Germany might have the most ambitious national effort to combat global warming on the planet nyti.ms/1qP8l8i
San Felipe Journal: A Porpoise Is Ensnared by Criminals and Nets nyti.ms/1qCnb2V
Germany may soon get 30 percent of its power from renewable energy. Read @JustinHGillis nyti.ms/1q2zK17
Germany has spent ​$140 billion on renewable energy. Read @JustinHGillis nyti.ms/1tSL8Ej
$​30 million wind turbines with blades ​longer than Airbus wings will soon send Germany power nyti.ms/1y0B92w
Electricity may go the way of airlines, the music industry and telephones-total overhaul nyti.ms/1ALKyXJ
German is making its "moon landing" in the sea nyti.ms/1qL5pcw (Djamila Grossman for the NYT) pic.twitter.com/4cPduCOeFZ
The rise of renewables ​could ​spell trouble for ​electricity companies. Read @JustinHGillis nyti.ms/XfYAnR
Germans call it Energiewende, and it might be the most important new word in renewable energy nyti.ms/1tPDLd0
There are wind turbines high as ​60-story buildings in the waters off Germany right now nyti.ms/1qyDYnB