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Astronomers Call on Quarantined Citizens to Hunt for Galaxies

Astronomers Call on Quarantined Citizens to Hunt for Galaxies | INTELLIGENT WORLD TODAY | Scoop.it
Just because you're holed up at home for the time being doesn't mean you can't help out with important scientific research.
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anyone for a galaxy hunt?

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360 Dust Analysis - A global research initiative to get baseline data on harmful chemicals in regular households

360 Dust Analysis - A global research initiative to get baseline data on harmful chemicals in regular households | INTELLIGENT WORLD TODAY | Scoop.it
360 Dust Analysis - A global research initiative to get baseline data on harmful chemicals in regular households
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be a part of the dust analysis - register now to get your free dust collection instructions and find out more about what is in your dust!

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New Research: Cannabis Accelerates Growth of Common Tumors

New Research: Cannabis Accelerates Growth of Common Tumors | INTELLIGENT WORLD TODAY | Scoop.it
A new study by researchers at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine found that THC — the stuff in cannabis that makes you high — can accelerate the growth of tumors in patients with human papillomavirus (HPV) infection-related head and neck squamous cell carcinoma.

“We now have convincing scientific evidence that daily marijuana use can drive tumor growth in HPV-related head and neck cancer,” said co-author Joseph Califano in a statement.
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definite heads up on this research about cannabis....

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Scientists are studying the dust inside homes. Here's what they're dis

Scientists are studying the dust inside homes. Here's what they're dis | INTELLIGENT WORLD TODAY | Scoop.it
You vacuum it, sweep it, and wipe it off your furniture. But do you know what it actually is—and how it may affect your health?
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not something i have discussed over cocktails - yet, but science is looking at dust....  in the next post I am sharing a link to have your dust become part of a study (I just registered - will be waiting for my very own dust collection kit - or something like that)... be sure to check it out.....

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