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Why "Tiger King" Is Not "Blackfish" for Big Cats
Critics say the popular Netflix series and its directors lost sight of the conservation and animal welfare problems at the heart of the story of Joe Exotic.
3 hours ago
New York Times Science
Why "Tiger King" Is Not "Blackfish" for Big Cats
Cities struggling to boost urban tree cover
Many cities have ambitious plans to boost tree numbers, but development hinders their aims.
5 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Cities struggling to boost urban tree cover
A spacecraft is about to swing by Earth to get a gravity assist on its way to Mercury
An artistic rendering of BepiColombo as it swings by Earth. | Image: ESA / ATG medialab On Friday, an interplanetary spacecraft will slingshot around Earth in the super early morning hours. The spacecraft, a joint European and Japanese creation, will use our planet's gravity to brake its speed ...
7 hours ago
Science - The Verge
A spacecraft is about to swing by Earth to get a gravity assist on its way to Mercury
The FDA Asks Companies to Stop Selling Ranitidine
The federal agency cites concerns that the widely-used antacid may contain a possibly cancer-causing contaminant called NDMA.
8 hours ago
WIRED Science
The FDA Asks Companies to Stop Selling Ranitidine
A smart toilet could identify you by your "analprint" and detect diseases
Image: James Strommer A prototype smart toilet that can identify you by your "analprint" and monitor your trip to the loo has been created by researchers at Stanford University. It's equipped with cameras and sensors that collect information on your bodily waste, and it uses that data to look ...
9 hours ago
Science - The Verge
A smart toilet could identify you by your "analprint" and detect diseases
False-negative COVID-19 test results may lead to false sense of security
A new article calls attention to the risk posed by overreliance on COVID-19 testing to make clinical and public health decisions. The sensitivity of reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) testing and overall test performance characteristics have not been reported clearly or consistently ...
10 hours ago
Science Daily
False-negative COVID-19 test results may lead to false sense of security
Guidance on treating COVID-19 patients with signs of acute heart attack
Much remains unknown about COVID-19, but many studies already have indicated that people with cardiovascular disease are at greater risk of COVID-19. There also have been reports of ST-segment elevation (STE), a signal of obstructive coronary artery disease, in patients with COVID-19 who after invasive ...
10 hours ago
Science Daily
Guidance on treating COVID-19 patients with signs of acute heart attack
The Invasion of Antarctica Begins With Mussels
The bivalves " likely transported from Patagonia via ship " are the first nonnative marine species to settle on the White Continent.
10 hours ago
New York Times Science
The Invasion of Antarctica Begins With Mussels
In a first, NASA measures wind speed on a brown dwarf
Not quite planets and not quite stars, brown dwarfs are cosmic in-betweeners. Learning about their atmospheres could help us understand giant planets around other stars.
10 hours ago
Science Daily
In a first, NASA measures wind speed on a brown dwarf
New study shows how oxygen transfer is altered in diseased lung tissue
A multidisciplinary team of researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has developed tiny sensors that measure oxygen transport in bovine lung tissue. The study -- which establishes a new framework for observing the elusive connection between lung membranes, oxygen flow and related ...
10 hours ago
Science Daily
New study shows how oxygen transfer is altered in diseased lung tissue
Transmission of the amphibian pathogen, Bsal
Using existing data from controlled experiments and computer simulations, researchers have found that host contact rates and habitat structure affect transmission rates of Bsal among eastern newts, a common salamander species found throughout eastern North America.
10 hours ago
Science Daily
Transmission of the amphibian pathogen, Bsal
Strongest predictors of menhaden growth in the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic
New research suggests that large-scale environmental factors influence the size of one of the ocean's most abundant forage species. Recently, scientists found that anthropogenic influences affected menhaden in the Atlantic more than in the Gulf, where environmental factors were the more dominant predictors ...
10 hours ago
Science Daily
Strongest predictors of menhaden growth in the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic
Can You Use an Infrared Camera to Detect a Fever?
These devices are fun to play around with, but they're also really useful?if you know the science behind them.
10 hours ago
WIRED Science
Can You Use an Infrared Camera to Detect a Fever?
It's time to stop debating whether a hot dog is a sandwich
Photo by Ross Miller / The Verge Few questions are as divisive as the hot dog / sandwich debate. I've certainly had it more times than I can count. But what's unique about the controversy isn't how eager people are to argue; it's how dead-set they are in their opinions from the get-go. Even ...
11 hours ago
Science - The Verge
It's time to stop debating whether a hot dog is a sandwich
These photos and videos of baby clouded leopards and cheetahs are a gift
Zoo Miami Lo, unto you, four cheetah cubs and two clouded leopard kittens have been born. Cat lovers on the internet can now coo over the rare infant cats, thanks to Washington, DC's National Zoo "Cheetah Cub Cam" and recently released photos from Zoo Miami. A five-year-old cheetah, Echo, gave ...
12 hours ago
Science - The Verge
These photos and videos of baby clouded leopards and cheetahs are a gift
Space station crew dock at ISS after virus-hit build up
A three-man crew docked successfully at the International Space Station Thursday, leaving behind a planet overwhelmed by the coronavirus pandemic. Russian space agency Roscosmos said the Soyuz MS-16 capsule "docked successfully" in a statement on its website. Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner of Roscosmos ...
13 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Space station crew dock at ISS after virus-hit build up
Early String Ties Us to Neanderthals
A 50,000-year-old fragment of cord hints at the cognitive abilities of our ancient hominid cousins.
13 hours ago
New York Times Science
Early String Ties Us to Neanderthals
COVID-19 clinicians wrestle with false negative results
Photo by Steve Pfost / Newsday RM via Getty Images As the rate of COVID-19 testing slowly creeps up in the US, public health experts have a new concern that many people with negative test results actually have the virus. "If you have had likely exposures and symptoms suggest Covid-19 infection, ...
14 hours ago
Science - The Verge
COVID-19 clinicians wrestle with false negative results
Coronavirus Is a Once in a Lifetime Chance to Reshape How We Travel
The transport sector has been impacted as much as any by the coronavirus. This isn't a normal period of disruption, which is usually caused by failures in supply such as road accidents or industrial action. In this case it is the lack of demand that is the problem. When the world finally emerges from ...
14 hours ago
Singularity HUB
Coronavirus Is a Once in a Lifetime Chance to Reshape How We Travel
Satellite Data Reveals the Pandemic's Effects From Above
Images taken from space are providing details to governments and relief efforts about how humanity is handling the Covid-19 crisis.
16 hours ago
WIRED Science
Satellite Data Reveals the Pandemic's Effects From Above
Death Cuts the Degree of Separation Between You and Covid-19
If knowing someone who has died would make the pandemic concrete for someone in the US'real and actionable"how many have to die" Here's the grim math.
17 hours ago
WIRED Science
Death Cuts the Degree of Separation Between You and Covid-19
'Houston, we've had a problem?: Remembering Apollo 13 at 50
Apollo 13's astronauts never gave a thought to their mission number as they blasted off for the moon 50 years ago. Jim Lovell and Fred Haise insist they're not superstitious. As mission commander Lovell sees it, he's incredibly lucky.
23 hours ago
Yahoo Science
'Houston, we've had a problem?: Remembering Apollo 13 at 50
Poachers Kill More Rhinos as Coronavirus Halts Tourism to Africa
Threatened and endangered animals may become additional casualties of the pandemic.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
Poachers Kill More Rhinos as Coronavirus Halts Tourism to Africa
The US Hitches Its Final Ride to Space From Russia?for Now
Thursday's launch to the space station will mark the end of America's dependence on Russia for human spaceflight, but NASA may buy more seats on Soyuz rockets. 
1 day ago
WIRED Science
The US Hitches Its Final Ride to Space From Russia?for Now
America set up black communities to be harder hit by COVID-19
Illustration by Grayson Blackmon and Alex Castro / The Verge Experts hope the pandemic is "a wake up call" The COVID-19 pandemic is piling on top of a litany of health inequalities in America to kill a disproportionate number of African Americans. In Chicago alone, black residents make up more ...
1 day ago
Science - The Verge
America set up black communities to be harder hit by COVID-19
NSF on coronavirus
NSF encourages you to take extra precautions to protect yourselves and your families against COVID-19. More at https://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/coronavirus/?WT.mc_id=USNSF_51&WT.mc_ev=click This is an NSF News item.
1 day ago
National Science Foundation
NSF on coronavirus
Coronavirus Turns Urban Life's Roar to Whisper on World's Seismographs
Geoscientists are getting a clearer picture of what's going on beneath our feet as lockdowns keep many of us at home.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
Coronavirus Turns Urban Life's Roar to Whisper on World's Seismographs
Lynx Numbers Are in Decline in the West
While the federal government weighs taking the Canada lynx off the list of threatened species, a new study points to reduced populations in Washington State, Colorado and Montana.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
Lynx Numbers Are in Decline in the West
iPads Are Crucial Health Care Tools in Combating Covid-19
Hospitals are deploying tablets and smartphones to protect staff, preserve protective equipment, and help patients connect with loved ones.
1 day ago
WIRED Science
iPads Are Crucial Health Care Tools in Combating Covid-19
For Much Stronger Concrete, Just Add Waste
Sewage-enhanced steel slag could be an excellent aggregate, researchers say.
1 day ago
Yahoo Science
For Much Stronger Concrete, Just Add Waste
Science row hits EU at height of coronavirus crisis
The European Union has been thrown into a scientific policy dispute at the height of the coronavirus crisis after the head of its top science panel resigned amid claims of red tape and institutional gridlock while other scientists at the group indicated that they were well rid of him. Professor Mauro ...
1 day ago
Yahoo Science
Science row hits EU at height of coronavirus crisis
NASA's Plan to Build a Base Camp on the Moon Sounds Like Sci-Fi, But It's Real
If we're ever going to make Elon Musk's vision of colonizing Mars a reality, we first need to figure out an essential component of the plan: how to get there. After all, it's somewhere between 34 and 140 million miles away from Earth. The moon is barely spitting distance closer, relatively speaking?but ...
1 day ago
Singularity HUB
NASA's Plan to Build a Base Camp on the Moon Sounds Like Sci-Fi, But It's Real
Zoom media briefing: The Event Horizon Telescope, a year after capturing the image of a black hole
Media are invited to join an April 10 Zoom media briefing with Sheperd S. Doeleman, founding director of the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), and astrophysicist Michael Johnson to discuss the one-year anniversary of EHT releasing its revolutionary image of a black hole. Doeleman and Johnson will be ...
1 day ago
National Science Foundation
Zoom media briefing: The Event Horizon Telescope, a year after capturing the image of a black hole
Flower power: How plants bounce back after crushing blows
Some flowers have remarkable powers of resilience after injuries including being walked on by humans.
1 day ago
Yahoo Science
Flower power: How plants bounce back after crushing blows
Blood Is the Next Critical Tool In the Coronavirus Fight. Here's Why
I've been sick for the past week. The symptoms match up with coronavirus infection. But like many people in the US, because they're relatively mild I"m unable to get a test. Testing rates have finally skyrocketed recently, yet per capita we're still lagging behind, leaving many wondering"myself included"if ...
2 days ago
Singularity HUB
Blood Is the Next Critical Tool In the Coronavirus Fight. Here's Why
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