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The outlook’s not good… The Zika virus just will not quit; scientists at the CDC are currently investigating 14 reports of virus transmission through sex. Previously, scientists had considered this form of transmission exceedingly rare. (The New York Times) A plucky smoker (and former bus driver!!) reacted to the admonishment of her bus driver by—stealing the […]

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FroSci got you down? Bwog does science, too! It’s time for another BunsenBwog, where you can read up on science-related news. Bwogger Joanna Zhang composed this week’s edition, and it’s full of interesting factoids. Don’t worry, there’s no midterm. Remember back when you were still a little kid, frolicking around the big bad world without […]

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Moses parted the Red Sea, and America can “turn off” (redirect) Niagara Falls…in order to repair two pedestrian bridges, to ensure tourist safety. Hurrah! (NY Times) Enfant terrible Donald Trump boycotted last night’s Republican Debate, but that didn’t stop candidates Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz from verbally jousting over immigration. (NY Times) Zika virus infections […]

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