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The Neil Ferguson Affair Shows the Limits of Science During COVID-19
The depth of the outrage reveals how scandalized the public can become when trusted institutions are shown to be less reliable than expected.
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Hubble Researcher Focuses on Blockchain for Space Data Processing
A Hubble Space Telescope researcher is testing a blockchain network for processing the vast amounts of data produced.
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National Chinese Science Academy Launches Blockchain Lab
China's federal science institution, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, is eyeing blockchain technology, the school announced this week. 
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Startup Incubator Science Could Raise Up to $100 Million in Planned Token Sale
A startup incubator based in California is launching an initial coin offering aimed to raise up to $100 million to support a new blockchain program.
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Bitcoin and the Law of Conservation of Energy
Guest contributor Alex Millar examines bitcoin through the lens of scientific law in an attempt to show that money is energy.
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Bitcoin Paves a Way for Evolution of the Species
Nozomi Hayase looks at bitcoin in the context of Darwin's evolutionary theories.
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On the Origins of Money: Darwin and the Evolution of Cryptocurrency
Ryan Walker joins the dots between Darwin's theory of evolution, fiat money and the rise of cryptocurrencies.
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California Scientist Seeks Cancer Cure With Bitcoin
Gene and Cell Technologies, a California-based stem cell research center, now accepts bitcoin.
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Should you mine for profit or proteins?
As your GPU loses traction with Bitcoin, you could start mining other coins - or you could give some power to a worthy cause like Folding@home for proteins
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