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​Health specialists work in an isolation ward for patients at the Doctors Without Borders facility in Guékedou, southern Guinea.

Ebola Outbreak Monitored by US, Aiding Bid to Stop Spread

The outbreak of deadly Ebola virus, which has now reached Nigeria, is being closely monitored by US officials who are working with governments and aid groups to try to stop the spread.

Q&A: Should Bioweapons Labs Be Shut Down? - Popular Mechanics

Should We Shut Down Our Bioweapons Labs?

Scientists working with Ebola must work in Biosafety Level 4 conditions, like those this CDC scientist is working under.

The woman who has invented a printer for 3D make up

Screenshot / TechCrunch Mink CEO Grace Choi Imagine being able to make your own gorgeous, high-quality makeup at home, using any colors you choose.

Birds near Chernobyl have adapted to low-level radiation. In the study, researchers looked at the long term effects of low-dose radiation in bird populations near Chernobyl in Ukraine — the site of the catastrophic 1986 nuclear accident.

Birds near Chernobyl have adapted to low-level radiation

Birds near Chernobyl have adapted to low-level radiation. In the study, researchers looked at the long term effects of low-dose radiation in bird populations near Chernobyl in Ukraine — the site of the catastrophic 1986 nuclear accident.

"Authorities In France Contemplate Dynamiting A Dead Whale Over Fears It Could Explode | IFLScience."  The headline itself is hilarious. But apparently whales can explode after death, while decomposition if cut(or bitten) open. This is due to a pressure build up of gasses inside.  There is a video in the article.  I'd he lying if I said it didn't surprise me.

Authorities In France Contemplate Dynamiting A Dead Whale Over Fears It Could Explode -- Uhmm? Does this seem odd to you?

Sierra Leone's chief Ebola doctor contracts the virus

Sierra Leone's chief Ebola doctor contracts the virus

Health workers take blood samples for Ebola virus testing at a screening tent in the local government hospital in Kenema, Sierra Leone, June REUTERS/Tommy Trenchard/Files

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