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Disabled Researchers Are Vital to the Strength of Science

Posted On: Jan 11, 2019   |   Posted By: Scientific American

We need a more inclusive environment for scientists with life-altering conditions

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Patriots owner apologizes in Florida prostitution case

Patriots owner apologizes in Florida prostitution case

MIAMI - New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is apologizing after being charged in a Florida massage parlor prostitution investigation. Read more ...

Midwest flooding has killed livestock, ruined harvests and has farmers...

Midwest flooding has killed livestock, ruined harvests and has farmers worried for their future

Farmers have lost so much, staying in business will be a mighty struggle. Read more ...

US-backed forces say ISIS has lost its final stronghold in Syria

US-backed forces say ISIS has lost its final stronghold in Syria

U.S.-backed forces in Syria announced Saturday they have liberated the last pocket of territory held by the Islamic State in Syria. Read more ...

Serena Williams withdraws from Miami Open due to knee injury

Serena Williams withdraws from Miami Open due to knee injury

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. - Serena Williams made another sudden tournament exit, this time blaming a previously undisclosed left knee injury. Read more ...

Patriots owner Robert Kraft breaks silence after being charged following...

Patriots owner Robert Kraft breaks silence after being charged following Florida prostitution spa bust

Owner of NFL team the New England Patriots Robert Kraft has issued his first statement since being charged with two counts of soliciting prostitution in February after the bust... Read more ...

Gerrit Cole denies extension discussions with Astros

Gerrit Cole denies extension discussions with Astros

Astros ace Justin Verlander reached a reported two-year, $66 million extension with the team Saturday. Read more ...

Terps fall to LSU in final seconds of second round game

Terps fall to LSU in final seconds of second round game

The Maryland Terrapins fall to the LSU Tigers, 69-67, Saturday in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Read more ...

No. 3 Maryland beats Radford in NCAA Women's opener

No. 3 Maryland beats Radford in NCAA Women's opener

Taylor Mikesell scored 16 points, Kaila Charles had 14 points and nine rebounds, and No. 3 seed Maryland used a relentless defensive effort to overpower Radford 73-51 on... Read more ...

Notre Dame cruises to opening round win

Notre Dame cruises to opening round win

SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Arike Ogunbowale scored 23 points and teammate Jessica Shepard had a double-double as No. 1 seed Notre Dame beat 16th-seed Bethune-Cookman 92-50 on Saturday... Read more ...

NCAA Latest: LSU eliminates Maryland with last-second shot

NCAA Latest: LSU eliminates Maryland with last-second shot

The Latest on the second round of the NCAA Tournament : Read more ...