Saturday August 17, 2019 8:32 AM


China Uses DNA to Track Its People, With the Help of American Expertise

The Chinese authorities turned to a Massachusetts company and a prominent Yale researcher as they built an enormous system of surveillance and control.
Sui-Lee Wee - Wed 2/27/2019 FROM The New York Times

Intimidation, Pressure and Humiliation
Inside Trump’s Two-Year War on the Investigations Encircling Him
President Trump’s efforts have exposed him to accusations of obstruction of justice as Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, finishes his work.
Mark Mazzetti,Maggi Haberman et al. - Thu 2/21/2019 FROM The New York Times

Scientists Predict Huge Changes in Weather for 450 US Cities by 2080
Washington, DC could feel like Arkansas by 2080.

Emma Betuel - Fri 2/15/2019 FROM

Should Scientists Toy With the Secret to Life?
The gene-editing technology Crispr has the power to remake life as we know it. Questions about how to use it concern everyone.

The Times Editorial Board - Tue 1/29/2019 FROM The New York Times

Greenland’s ice is melting four times faster than thought
New science suggests Greenland may be approaching a dangerous tipping point, with implications for global sea-level rise.

Stephen Leahy - Thu 1/24/2019 FROM National Geographic

How One Company Pulls Carbon From The Air
Aiming To Avert A Climate Catastrophe7

Jeff Brady - Mon 12/24/2018 FROM NPR

Autocracy: Rules for Survival
Masha Gessen’s Warning of Two Years Ago

Masha Gessen - Fri 11/9/2018 FROM The New York Review of Books

Why Doctors Hate Their Computers

Digitization promises to make medical care easier and more efficient. But are screens coming between doctors and patients?
Atul Gawande - Fri 11/9/2018 FROM The New Yorker

Scientists Develop Liquid Fuel to Store Sun’s Energy Up to 18 Years

Carly Cassella - Wed 11/7/2018 FROM Science Alert

Where riots will break out because there's no more water
Map reveals the hotspots for conflict over depleted supplies in the next 100 years
Researchers identified areas with previous history of conflict and cooperation tied to transboundary water resources, identified five hotspots expected to be hit by water wars: the Nile, Ganges-Brahmaputra, Indus, Tigris-Euphrates and Colorado rivers.
Annie Palmer - Wed 10/24/2018 FROM The Daily Mail

Trump Engaged in Suspect Tax Schemes as He Reaped Riches From His Father

The president has long sold himself as a self-made billionaire, but a Times investigation found that he received at least $413 million in todays dollars from his fathers real estate empire, much of it through tax dodges in the 1990s.
David Barstow, Susanne Craig, Russ Buettner - Thu 10/4/2018 FROM The New York Times

Animal study says deep space travel poses threat to astronaut GI function

Georgetown Univ Medical Center - Wed 10/3/2018 FROM News

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