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Melody in human–cat communication: project website
A phonetic project aiming at understanding how cats and humans use melody and other prosodic features when they communicate with each other (funded by MAW 2016–2021)
Cats  Science  Language  Music 
11 hours ago by mcbakewl
50-year-old research issue still biting biologists | Ars Technica
human error misidentification of cell lines causes faulty science
replication  science  hcds 
11 hours ago by jaimoe
The Real Reason Why the Rhythm Method Doesn't Work? | Psychology Today
This article uses the terms "Rhythm Method" and "Fertility Awareness" synonymously.
pregnancy  gynecology  science 
14 hours ago by atelathehun
Seeker - Science & Exploration | Always Curious
Seeker exists where technology, innovation and the future collide.

We celebrate relentless curiosity with an insatiable drive to question, inspire, and create.
14 hours ago by briangrimshaw
A giant insect ecosystem is collapsing due to humans. It's a catastrophe | Environment | The Guardian
Insects have triumphed for hundreds of millions of years in every habitat but the ocean. Their success is unparalleled, which makes their disappearance all the more alarming
2017-10  ecology  animals  science 
14 hours ago by Weaverbird
Approaching Gene Wolfe with Awe and Trepidation |
Two feelings predominated my first reading of Gene Wolfe: awe and trepidation.
science  fiction 
15 hours ago by jeffhammond
An Experiment That Didn't Work - Scientific American Blog Network
Knowledge is a big subject. Ignorance is bigger. And it is more interesting.—Stuart Firestein, Ignorance: How it Drives Science
Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.—Samuel Beckett in Failure: Why Science Is So Successful
ignorance  failure  science 
16 hours ago by sgreene24

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