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Listen to an Underwater Volcano Burp 750-Foot Bubbles
Microphones catch a submarine vent firing uberbubbles that floated to the surface and formed massive water domes. 
2 hours ago
Wired Science
Listen to an Underwater Volcano Burp 750-Foot Bubbles
Massive, AI-Powered Robots Are 3 D-Printing Entire Rockets
Relativity Space may have the biggest metal 3 D printers in the world, and they're cranking out parts to reinvent the rocket industry here?and on Mars.
6 hours ago
Wired Science
Massive, AI-Powered Robots Are 3 D-Printing Entire Rockets
Is the Equal Sign Overrated? Mathematicians Hash It Out
Many of them avoid the equal sign, hoping to promote a looser relationship of "equivalence" instead. It's been controversial.
1 day ago
Wired Science
Is the Equal Sign Overrated? Mathematicians Hash It Out
Be Master of the Midway?With Physics\!
Don't be a chump, study angular momentum(p).
2 days ago
Wired Science
Be Master of the Midway?With Physics\!
Investment in Quantum Computing Is Booming"But Will a Quantum Winter Follow"
Quantum computing is red hot right now, not least after Google's recent announcement that it had achieved quantum supremacy. An analysis by Nature shows the quantum hype is translating into a massive investment boost in the technology, but it might be a double-edged sword. Quantum supremacy refers to ...
3 hours ago
SingularityHUB
Investment in Quantum Computing Is Booming"But Will a Quantum Winter Follow"
This Startup Wants to Store Grid Energy by Lifting Concrete Blocks
The energy transition is underway. It's not just crucial for climate change that we kick our fossil fuel habit"it will soon be more expensive not to. In the UK, for example, it"ll soon be cheaper to build new offshore wind farms than even to run existing natural gas power plants. This is mirrored by ...
1 day ago
SingularityHUB
This Startup Wants to Store Grid Energy by Lifting Concrete Blocks
This Week's Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through October 12)
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE How to Stop Superhuman AI Before It Stops Us Stuart Russell &124; The New York Times "Once the focus shifts from building machines that are 'intelligent' to ones that are 'beneficial,' controlling them will become a far easier feat. Consider it the difference between nuclear power ...
2 days ago
SingularityHUB
This Week's Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through October 12)
New evidence shows how asteroid dust cloud may have sparked new life on Earth 470m years ago
Isotope found in seabed sediment points to clash of solar bodies near Mars, study suggests. Astronomers have discovered intriguing evidence that an asteroid break-up blanketed Earth with dust millions of years ago. The event dramatically cooled the planet and triggered an ice age that was followed by ...
2 days ago
Yahoo Science
New evidence shows how asteroid dust cloud may have sparked new life on Earth 470m years ago
NASA confirms Boeing's latest timetable for Starliner space taxi's final tests
NASA confirmed today that Boeing is scheduled to conduct the next high-profile test of its CST-100 Starliner space capsule in a little more than three weeks. The target data for Starliner's pad abort test is set for Nov. 4 at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico, NASA said. That's in line with the ...
2 days ago
Yahoo Science
NASA confirms Boeing's latest timetable for Starliner space taxi's final tests
Scientists help immune system find hidden cancer cells
Cancer cells are masters at avoiding detection, but a new system can make them stand out from the crowd and help the immune system spot and eliminate tumors that other forms of immunotherapies might miss.
2 hours ago
Science Daily
Scientists help immune system find hidden cancer cells
Microbleeds may worsen outcome after head injury
Using advanced imaging, researchers have uncovered new information regarding traumatic microbleeds, which appear as small, dark lesions on MRI scans after head injury but are typically too small to be detected on CT scans. The findings published in Brain suggest that traumatic microbleeds are a form ...
2 hours ago
Science Daily
Microbleeds may worsen outcome after head injury
How mucus tames microbes
A study from MIT reveals glycans, branched sugar molecules found in mucus, can prevent bacteria from communicating with each other and forming infectious biofilms, effectively rendering the microbes harmless.
2 hours ago
Science Daily
How mucus tames microbes
Researchers explore spinal discs' early response to injury and ways to improve it
Researchers showed in animal models that the default injury response of spinal discs can be temporarily stopped to allow for better treatment.
2 hours ago
Science Daily
Researchers explore spinal discs' early response to injury and ways to improve it
The nano-guitar string that plays itself
Scientists have created a nano-electronic circuit which vibrates without any external force. Just as a guitar string vibrates when plucked, the wire -- 100,000 times thinner than a guitar string -- vibrates when forced into motion by an oscillating voltage. The surprise came when they repeated the experiment ...
2 hours ago
Science Daily
The nano-guitar string that plays itself
Dementia spreads via connected brain networks
Scientists used maps of brain connections to predict how brain atrophy would spread in individual patients with frontotemporal dementia (FTD), adding to growing evidence that the loss of brain cells associated with dementia spreads via the synaptic connections between established brain networks.
2 hours ago
Science Daily
Dementia spreads via connected brain networks
The Amelia Earhart Mystery Stays Down in the Deep
Robert Ballard's expedition to a remote island in the South Pacific found no evidence of the vanished aviator's plane. But the explorer and his crew haven't given up.
1 hour ago
New York Times Science
The Amelia Earhart Mystery Stays Down in the Deep
The Mystery of the Melanistic Manta Rays
Scientists are trying to work out why some manta rays have black blotches on their skin, which is uncommon in the oceans.
1 hour ago
New York Times Science
The Mystery of the Melanistic Manta Rays
The Twitch That Helps Your Intestines Grow
Pulsing movements in an embryo are crucial to helping intestines grow into the wonder tube that it is, a study finds.
2 days ago
New York Times Science
The Twitch That Helps Your Intestines Grow
In the Sea, Not All Plastic Lasts Forever
Polystyrene, a common ocean pollutant, decomposes in sunlight much faster than thought, a new study finds.
2 days ago
New York Times Science
In the Sea, Not All Plastic Lasts Forever
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