We looked inside some of the tweets by @ScienceNews365 and here's what we found interesting.
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#science ScienceNews: This is the first study to link teachers’ mind-sets to students’ academic performance.
#science ScienceNews: Soon, scientists could be recording a gravitational wave detection every day.
#science ScienceNews: Because seas are expected to continue rising in coming decades, such tidal flood losses are likely to increase.
#science ScienceNews: Ancient Mongolians’ DNA revealed that they weren’t able to digest lactose as adults — but they drank milk anyway.
#science ScienceNews: Despite the fact that thunderstorms regularly rage over our heads, “we really don’t have a good handle on what’s going on inside them.”
#science ScienceNews: "The Second Kind of Impossible" shows the benefit of a slow and steady approach to science, where determination and luck are just as important as insight.
#science ScienceNews: Georgia O’Keeffe herself noticed these bumps, which were dismissed as grains of sand lodged in oil paint. Now scientists have identified the true culprit.
#science ScienceNews: “I just want to jump.”
#science ScienceNews: Scientists are still trying to explain how a body of water could remain liquid in such a cold environment.
#science ScienceNews: These varied pollen patterns can all be explained by one simple trick of physics.
#science ScienceNews: It’s small. It’s fast. It’s tiny. It’s an ancestor of T. rex.
#science BBCScienceNews: Virgin's Unity plane rockets skyward
#science ScienceNews: “This is the first time in history that we have observed a jet which is not pointing toward the Earth.”
#science ScienceNews: Cells pulling double duty may help animals overlay food locations onto their mental maps.
#science BBCScienceNews: Flu vaccine 'working better for children'
#science ScienceNews: Ardi’s kind took steps toward humanlike walking.
#science ScienceNews: It’s just 34 kilometers across.
#science ScienceNews: Home decor like furniture and flooring may not be the notorious polluters that gas-guzzlers are, but these indoor consumer products can also be significant sources of potentially dangerous chemicals.