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Rearing butterflies and moths in classrooms, or simply observing these insects outside, gives students the opportunity for a hands-on learning experience.
INSECTS CAN BE THE ULTIMATE TEACHING TOOL FOR KIDSBY KAWAHARA, ENNES & MARKEE/THE CONVERSATIONNOVEMBER 20, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Because colugos were abundant and easy to find and observe in Langkawi, Miard pivoted to study them.
It’s full of alarming revelations about the “chaos” Bolton observed, about which many said he should have spoken out sooner.
THE MOST 2020 BOOKS OF 2020ANGELA HAUPTNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
From what my friend and I observed that stunning September weekend—a wash of gold extending over entire mountainsides, an infinity of leaves, untold groves blending and blurring to yonder horizon—I’m pretty well sold.
This can be shown by simply squaring every possible units digit and observing the possible results.
Underspecification is a known issue in statistics, where observed effects can have many possible causes.
SpaceX sent its president, Gwynne Shotwell, to Florida to observe the launch.
WHY SPACEX’S SUNDAY LAUNCH REPRESENTS A MILESTONECLAIRE ZILLMAN, REPORTERNOVEMBER 16, 2020FORTUNE
Still, scientists might have already observed evolutionary change in the virus, though apparently in the direction of increased transmissibility, not of lower virulence.
Hayashi and Ivry focused on an entirely different brain region and mechanism than the Weizmann scientists did—and yet both studies observed a similar bidirectional effect on time perception.
“I observed a woman having some mental health issues,” she said, citing Lively’s strange online behavior.

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