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Landsat-9: 'Satellite of record' launches to picture Earth
1 hour ago
Yahoo Science
Landsat-9: 'Satellite of record' launches to picture Earth
How the Pentagon Could Be Helping to Fight Wildfires
The military's satellites excel at spotting new blazes, but for decades they have been mostly off limits to civilian firefighters.
8 hours ago
New York Times Science
How the Pentagon Could Be Helping to Fight Wildfires
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope detected mysterious changes in Jupiter's Great Red Spot
10 hours ago
Yahoo Science
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope detected mysterious changes in Jupiter's Great Red Spot
Climate Change: Don't sideline plastic problem, nations urged
10 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Climate Change: Don't sideline plastic problem, nations urged
The aurora could be visible as far south as New York, Wisconsin, and Washington state on Monday, thanks to a geomagnetic ...
10 hours ago
Yahoo Science
The aurora could be visible as far south as New York, Wisconsin, and Washington state on Monday, thanks to a geomagnetic ...
Under 40? Expect an 'unprecedented' life of extreme heat waves, droughts and floods
11 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Under 40? Expect an 'unprecedented' life of extreme heat waves, droughts and floods
Creating order by mechanical deformation in dense active matter
Living or biological systems cannot be easily understood using the standard laws of physics, such as thermodynamics, as scientists would for gases, liquids or solids. Living systems are active, demonstrating fascinating properties such as adapting to their environment or repairing themselves. Exploring ...
12 hours ago
Science Daily
Creating order by mechanical deformation in dense active matter
Screening device accurately detects amblyopia (lazy eye)
A handheld screening device that detects subtle misalignment of the eyes accurately identifies children with amblyopia (lazy eye), according to a new study.
12 hours ago
Science Daily
Screening device accurately detects amblyopia (lazy eye)
Case of anthrax in wildlife in the Namib Desert: Infected zebra most likely causes death of three cheetahs
Anthrax is an infectious bacterial disease endemic in some parts of Africa. It affects people, livestock as well as wildlife. Using GPS telemetry data, a team of scientists reconstructed a special case of anthrax infection in Namibia: Three free-ranging cheetahs in the Namib Desert died within 24 hours ...
12 hours ago
Science Daily
Case of anthrax in wildlife in the Namib Desert: Infected zebra most likely causes death of three cheetahs
This Amazing GIF Shows a Million Individual Neurons Firing in a Mouse's Brain
The brain is the center of every human being's world, but many of its inner workings are yet mysterious. Slowly, scientists are pulling back the veil. Recently, for example, researchers have created increasingly intricate maps of the brain's connections. These maps, called connectomes, detail every cell ...
12 hours ago
Singularity HUB
This Amazing GIF Shows a Million Individual Neurons Firing in a Mouse's Brain
Landsat Earth observation satellite launched into orbit
12 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Landsat Earth observation satellite launched into orbit
Hospitals say cyberattacks increase death rates and delay patient care
Almost a quarter of healthcare organizations that were hit with a ransomware attack in the last two years said they had increases in patient death rates in the aftermath, according to a new report sponsored by cybersecurity company Censinet. The finding adds to a growing pile of data ...
14 hours ago
Science - The Verge
Hospitals say cyberattacks increase death rates and delay patient care
Amazonian protected areas benefit both people and biodiversity
Highly positive social outcomes are linked to biodiversity efforts in Amazonian Sustainable-Use Protected Areas, according to new research. The study investigated the social consequences of living both inside and outside Sustainable-Use Protected Areas containing aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems in ...
14 hours ago
Science Daily
Amazonian protected areas benefit both people and biodiversity
Late Pleistocene humans may have hatched and raised cassowary chicks
As early as 18,000 years ago, humans in New Guinea may have collected cassowary eggs near maturity and then raised the birds to adulthood, according to an international team of scientists, who used eggshells to determine the developmental stage of the ancient embryos/chicks when the eggs cracked.
14 hours ago
Science Daily
Late Pleistocene humans may have hatched and raised cassowary chicks
Sunlight exposure guidelines may need to be revised
Previously published solar exposure guidelines for optimal vitamin D synthesis based on a study of skin samples may need to be revised.
14 hours ago
Science Daily
Sunlight exposure guidelines may need to be revised
Volcanic Eruptions Helped Dinosaurs Dominate Planet Earth
Massive eruptions transformed the climate in the Triassic era, creating the conditions in which dinosaurs diversified into many more species.
14 hours ago
New York Times Science
Volcanic Eruptions Helped Dinosaurs Dominate Planet Earth
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National Science Foundation
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Oregon Is Burning Trees in Order to Save Them
Sudden oak death, rampant in California, is spreading to the north, leaving the forest service with a tough option: Send them up in smoke.
21 hours ago
WIRED Science
Oregon Is Burning Trees in Order to Save Them
The "Forever Virus" Won't Go Away Until Kids Get Vaccinated
Epidemiologist Larry Brilliant on the Delta surge, chaos at the CDC, and why the under-12s are key to ending the pandemic.
22 hours ago
WIRED Science
The "Forever Virus" Won't Go Away Until Kids Get Vaccinated
When Did Humans Start Experimenting With Alcohol and Drugs?
Humans constantly alter the world. We fire fields, turn forests into farms, and breed plants and animals. But humans don't just reshape our external world"we engineer our internal worlds, and reshape our minds. One way we do this is by upgrading our mental 'software," so to speak, with myths, religion, ...
1 day ago
Singularity HUB
When Did Humans Start Experimenting With Alcohol and Drugs?
The Complex Truth About "Junk DNA"
Genomes hold immense quantities of noncoding DNA. Some of it is essential for life, some seems useless, and some has its own agenda.
1 day ago
WIRED Science
The Complex Truth About "Junk DNA"
Valley Fever Is Spreading Through a Hotter, Drier Western US
Researchers haven't pinned down exactly what's behind the rise of the deadly fungal disease. But one thing is nearly certain: Climate change plays a role.
2 days ago
WIRED Science
Valley Fever Is Spreading Through a Hotter, Drier Western US
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