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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Tuesday, August 11 2020 @ 03:19 PM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
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    POP ART

    Lylie Fisher took bubble-chamber images of trails left by subatomic particles and turned them into works of art by adding colored resins and varnishes. \'What attracted me was the interaction between the bubble tracks and the spaces they created,\' she said. CNS Photo courtesy of Lylie Fisher.
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    PIONEER

    Ariff Bongso became the first scientist to derive human stem cells from an embryo, but he never patented his work. CNS Photo.Read the story

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    GLOBAL SWARMING

    Global warming may mean more bugs around. CNS Photo Illustration by Jacie Landeros/Bigstock Photo. Read the story

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    A LOOK UP CLOSE

    Dr. Malcolm Sargent, a world-renowned authority on moss and lichens, takes a close look at a sample of moss at Singing Woods Nature Preserve near Peoria, Ill., while hiking with a group including Mike Miller, background, chief naturalist at Forest Park Nature Center, and Emiko Yang, left, and Helen Gasdorf, both of Peoria. CNS Photo by Matt Dayhoff. Read the story

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    TINY ECOSYSTEM

    A magnifying glass illuminates the fine detail of a patch of moss gathered during a recent hike in Singing Woods Nature Preserve just north of Peoria, Ill. CNS Photo by Matt Dayhoff.
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    LIVERWORT

    A new patch of liverwort is instantly recognizable by its unique texture. CNS Photo by Matt Dayhoff.
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    HABITAT IMPERILED

    The chocolate-backed kingfisher is a common sight in African rain forests, but it is among the many bird species projected to lose more than half of their range by 2100. CNS Photo courtesy of Walter Jetz / UCSD.Read the story

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    WINDS OF CHANGE

    Can the U.S. expect more destructive twisters in the future, when global warming could play a more dominant role? CNS Graphic by Aaron Steckelberg.
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    OUR TOWN

    The Street View feature on Google Maps offers a detailed look of streets across the nation. Here we see El Cajon Boulevard and Texas Street in San Diego. CNS Photo. Read the story

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    A LASTING IMPRESSION

    Wanna play guess the dead bug on the windshield? One Florida researcher plays the game by inspecting the windshields of Greyhound buses. CNS Illustration by Cristina Martinez Byvik.
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    JAMES WATSON

    On a visit to San Diego, James Watson, co-discoverer of the structure of DNA, discussed a range of subjects, including the genetic basis of personality. CNS Photo by Nadia Borowski Scott.Read the story

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    DNA

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