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NASA's Juno Mission Reveals What's Beneath Jupiter's Pretty Clouds
NASA's Juno probe is beginning an extended mission that may not have been possible if it hadn't experienced engine trouble when it first arrived at the giant planet.
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New York Times Science
NASA's Juno Mission Reveals What's Beneath Jupiter's Pretty Clouds
Secrets of tiny diving mammals revealed
3 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Secrets of tiny diving mammals revealed
Razer is releasing its Project Hazel mask in limited drops in the fourth quarter of this year
Image: Razer Razer had a few announcements timed for E3 2021, including its new Razer Blade 14 with AMD's Ryzen 9 processors, and an updated Raptor 27 gaming monitor along with a 130W GaN charger. We weren't expecting to hear about anything else, but Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan announced ...
3 hours ago
Science - The Verge
Razer is releasing its Project Hazel mask in limited drops in the fourth quarter of this year
New survey method proves Rhode Island's rarest frog may not be so rare
A study by researchers using a seldom-used methodology turned up many more Eastern spadefoots, an endangered primitive frog, than they expected.
3 hours ago
Science Daily
New survey method proves Rhode Island's rarest frog may not be so rare
Targeted drug found effective in thwarting pancreatic tumors
Through a pre-clinical study, researchers identified a novel drug that effectively thwarts pancreatic tumors that are addicted to the cancer-causing mutant KRAS gene.
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Science Daily
Targeted drug found effective in thwarting pancreatic tumors
Scientists discover how oxygen loss saps a lithium-ion battery's voltage
Scientists took a unique and detailed nanoscale look at how oxygen seeps out of lithium-ion battery electrodes, sapping their energy over time. The results could suggest a fix.
3 hours ago
Science Daily
Scientists discover how oxygen loss saps a lithium-ion battery's voltage
Research reveals why people pick certain campsites
Those in love with the outdoors can spend their entire lives chasing that perfect campsite. New research suggests what they are trying to find.
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Science Daily
Research reveals why people pick certain campsites
Introducing play to higher education reduces stress and forms deeper connection material
Higher education students are more engaged and motivated when they are taught using playful pedagogy rather than the traditional lecture-based method. Play also resulted in reduced stress and anxiety.
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Science Daily
Introducing play to higher education reduces stress and forms deeper connection material
Lightning impacts edge of space in ways not previously observed
A team of researchers working with data collected by an Incoherent Scatter Radar (ISR) have examined the simultaneous impacts of thunderstorms and solar flares on the ionospheric D-region (often referred to as the edge of space).
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Science Daily
Lightning impacts edge of space in ways not previously observed
Shi Zhengli, A Virologist in Wuhan, Speaks Out Against 'Lab Leak' Theory
The virologist, Shi Zhengli, said in a rare interview that speculation about her lab in Wuhan was baseless. But China's habitual secrecy makes her claims hard to validate.
4 hours ago
New York Times Science
Shi Zhengli, A Virologist in Wuhan, Speaks Out Against 'Lab Leak' Theory
"Flying Treats": Can Dogs and Cats Snack Safely on Cicadas"
Jittery pet owners are asking vets, animal poison control centers and Twitter. Read on for answers.
4 hours ago
New York Times Science
"Flying Treats": Can Dogs and Cats Snack Safely on Cicadas"
Lab-Leak Theory: Kristian Andersen On His Fauci Email and Covid Origins
In early 2020, Kristian Andersen wrote to Anthony Fauci about the possibility of an engineered coronavirus. His research has since dispelled those suspicions.
5 hours ago
New York Times Science
Lab-Leak Theory: Kristian Andersen On His Fauci Email and Covid Origins
Transplant patients 'desperate' for COVID vaccine protection are getting illicit 3rd doses - and it might be working for ...
5 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Transplant patients 'desperate' for COVID vaccine protection are getting illicit 3rd doses - and it might be working for ...
Wuhan virologist Dr. Shi Zhengli denies COVID-19 lab leak theory in rare interview
6 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Wuhan virologist Dr. Shi Zhengli denies COVID-19 lab leak theory in rare interview
China's 'Bat Woman,' at the Center of a Pandemic Storm, Speaks Out
8 hours ago
Yahoo Science
China's 'Bat Woman,' at the Center of a Pandemic Storm, Speaks Out
Scientists in Spain Just Got a Step Closer to Building a Practical Quantum Repeater
A quantum internet could play a key role in tying together many of the most promising applications for quantum technologies. The main impetus for quantum communication networks today is security, because a feature of messages encoded in quantum states is that reading them changes their content, alerting ...
12 hours ago
Singularity HUB
Scientists in Spain Just Got a Step Closer to Building a Practical Quantum Repeater
Novavax says its COVID-19 vaccine is 90 percent effective
Photo by Jaap Arriens/NurPhoto via Getty Images The two-shot COVID-19 vaccine made by Novavax is 90 percent effective against the disease, the company said today. The Novavax shots are a different type of vaccine than the ones already available: it's a protein-based vaccine ...
14 hours ago
Science - The Verge
Novavax says its COVID-19 vaccine is 90 percent effective
Photos shows NASA's newly assembled megarocket, which is taller than the Statue of Liberty and its most powerful launch vehicle ...
15 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Photos shows NASA's newly assembled megarocket, which is taller than the Statue of Liberty and its most powerful launch vehicle ...
How Do You Make a Robot Walk on Mars? It's a Steep Challenge
Meet SpaceBok, a little four-legged machine that's taking the first steps toward walking on the Red Planet's brutal terrain.
15 hours ago
WIRED Science
How Do You Make a Robot Walk on Mars? It's a Steep Challenge
Doctors in India are reporting COVID-19 patients with gangrene, hearing loss, and diarrhea - but there's not enough data ...
15 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Doctors in India are reporting COVID-19 patients with gangrene, hearing loss, and diarrhea - but there's not enough data ...
Outbreak of Poisonous Browntail Moth Caterpillars Plagues Maine
The caterpillars, known as browntail moths, have tiny hairs that can cause skin rashes and even breathing issues for some people.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
Outbreak of Poisonous Browntail Moth Caterpillars Plagues Maine
Why It Took 20 Years to 'Finish' the Human Genome?and Why There's Still More to Do
The release of the draft human genome sequence in 2001 was a seismic moment in our understanding of the human genome, and paved the way for advances in our understanding of the genomic basis of human biology and disease. But sections were left unsequenced, and some sequence information was incorrect. ...
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Singularity HUB
Why It Took 20 Years to 'Finish' the Human Genome?and Why There's Still More to Do
What Makes Quantum Computing So Hard to Explain?
Before we can even begin to talk about these computers' potential applications, we need to understand the fundamental physics behind them.
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WIRED Science
What Makes Quantum Computing So Hard to Explain?
Covid-Sniffing Dogs Are Accurate, But Wide Use Faces Hurdles
Logistics, cost and official standards are needed for the dogs to fulfill their potential in medical fields.
2 days ago
New York Times Science
Covid-Sniffing Dogs Are Accurate, But Wide Use Faces Hurdles
Blue Origin auctions New Shepard ride with Jeff Bezos for $28 million
Blue Origin's month-long auction for a trip to the edge of space with its billionaire founder Jeff Bezos ended on Saturday with a closing price of $28 million. The flight aboard New Shepard, slated for July 20th, will mark the company's first mission flying humans, in which the winning ...
2 days ago
Science - The Verge
Blue Origin auctions New Shepard ride with Jeff Bezos for $28 million
Pharma is winning the big business popularity contest
Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images It used to be easy to hate pharmaceutical companies. Between soaring drug costs and the opioid crisis, the industry was widely perceived as one that put profits over people's health. In a 2019 Gallup survey, pharma was ranked ...
2 days ago
Science - The Verge
Pharma is winning the big business popularity contest
When the Bison Come Back, Will the Ecosystem Follow?
An effort to bring wild buffalo to the Great Plains aims to restore one of the world's most endangered landscapes and increase climate resilience.
2 days ago
WIRED Science
When the Bison Come Back, Will the Ecosystem Follow?
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