The ecological roots of human susceptibility to social influence

Source: RoyalSociety Open ScienceThe ecological roots of human susceptibility to social influence: a pre-registered study investigating the impact of early-life adversityPierre O. Jacquet , Lou Safra...

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Medioambiente: El 2018 y la apuesta de futuro

Fuente: Claridad Son los más vulnerables los que nos muestran el camino hacia la recuperación tras el paso de los huracanes en el 2017. Por un lado vemos a la naturaleza trabajando con eficiencia, sin...

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Last-Minute Push to Restore Net Neutrality Stymied by Democrats Flush With Telecom Cash

Source: GizmodoNet neutrality proponents now have less than two weeks to convince 38 House lawmakers to support an effort to overturn the Federal Communications Commission’s repeal of net neutrality....

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Should Apple have its own search engine?

Source: MacworldIn a recent interview with Axios on HBO, Apple CEO Tim Cook was made to answer a very uncomfortable question. He was asked how he squares taking billions of dollars from Google to make...

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CRISPR-baby scientist fails to satisfy critics

Source: NatureHe Jiankui, a Chinese scientist who claims he helped to produce the first people born with edited genomes — twin baby girls — appeared today at a gene-editing summit in Hong Kong to...

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Genome-edited baby claim provokes international outcry

Source: NatureA Chinese scientist claims that he has helped make the world's first genome-edited babies — twin girls named Lulu and Nana, who were born this month. The announcement has provoked shock,...

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Arguments over European open-access plan heat up

Source: NatureDebate is intensifying over Plan S, an initiative backed by 15 research funders to mandate that, by 2020, their research papers are open access as soon as they are published.The...

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How the people of the Andes evolved to live in high altitudes

Source: Science MagazineScarce oxygen, cold temperatures, and intense ultraviolet radiation make the Andes a tough place to live. How did humans adapt to such heights? A new study of ancient and...

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