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The bees' ranges are shrinking at their southern edges and not expanding northward, as expected from the movements of other species.
An extra funding package proposed by the President would make a big fiscal difference for science agencies.
Daniela Witten, Assistant Professor of Biostatistics at the University of Washington, who was featured three times in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 and works on statistical machine learning to find ways of using Big Data to solve problems in genomics and biomedical sciences discusses Big Data in our second interview.

All the major regions of the polar ice sheets except one have been losing mass since 1992, according to a study that pulls together several independent measurement methods.

All told, mass loss from the polar ice sheets has contributed 11.1 +/- 3.8 millimeters to global sea level since 1992, researchers report in the 30 November issue of the journal Science. This is roughly 20% of the total global sea level rise during that period.