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Instagram's Newest Star Is ... a Tree?
Tentree's Instagram post about planting trees has gone viral. But as with any celebrity's carefully orchestrated photo, the reality is much more complicated.
2 hours ago
Wired Science
Instagram's Newest Star Is ... a Tree?
Scientists Need to Talk More About Failure
The most radical talk at TED 2019 wasn't about a miracle cure or a moon shot. It was about a balloon that popped.
6 hours ago
Wired Science
Scientists Need to Talk More About Failure
The Machine That Reads Your Mind (Kinda) and Talks (Sorta)
A new brain-computer interface takes the snap, crackle, pop from inside your motor cortex and translates it into digitally synthesized speech.
1 day ago
Wired Science
The Machine That Reads Your Mind (Kinda) and Talks (Sorta)
What the Golden State Killer Tells Us About Forensic Genetics
In the year since the arrest of the Golden State Killer, investigative genetic genealogy has emerged as the most powerful crime-fighting tool since DNA itself.
1 day ago
Wired Science
What the Golden State Killer Tells Us About Forensic Genetics
What's Known About the SpaceX Crew Dragon Accident
During engine tests of SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft this past Saturday, the vehicle experienced what the company has characterized as an "anomaly."
2 days ago
Wired Science
What's Known About the SpaceX Crew Dragon Accident
The Physics of a Bolt Smashing a Watermelon (or Your Brain)
It's easier to follow rules when you know why they exist. In this case, you can calculate the force of an object hitting a melon to see why hard hats matter.
2 days ago
Wired Science
The Physics of a Bolt Smashing a Watermelon (or Your Brain)
How AI Can Tap into the Collective Mind to Transform Healthcare
In 2013, IBM sold the University of Texas' MD Anderson Cancer Center on an audacious idea: that a single AI-powered platform, IBM Watson, could lend a digital hand to battle one of mankind's most abominable diseases'cancer. In less than four years, the trailblazing moonshot fell apart. Yet even as Watson ...
11 hours ago
SingularityHUB
How AI Can Tap into the Collective Mind to Transform Healthcare
New Lifelike Biomaterial Self-Reproduces and Has a Metabolism
Life demands flux. Every living organism is constantly changing: cells divide and die, proteins build and disintegrate, DNA breaks and heals.
1 day ago
SingularityHUB
New Lifelike Biomaterial Self-Reproduces and Has a Metabolism
Solving a Math Problem Just Brought Holograms Closer to Reality
Holograms are a staple in science fiction, but creating ones detailed enough to have serious applications in the real world has proved difficult. While scientists have been slowly pushing the field of holographic projection forward, they haven't been able to overcome a problem called cross-talk. However, ...
2 days ago
SingularityHUB
Solving a Math Problem Just Brought Holograms Closer to Reality
Nike, Telegram, Facebook, and Everyone Else Suddenly Love Blockchain
By CCN: Nike is launching a blockchain product. Telegram is launching a blockchain. Samsung is reportedly planning to launch its own token platform; building with Ethereum for the S10 wasn't enough. Facebook is getting into blockchain. Google still hasn't done much with it, but JP Morgan now uses it. ...
32 minutes ago
Yahoo Science
Nike, Telegram, Facebook, and Everyone Else Suddenly Love Blockchain
U.S. measles outbreak triggers quarantine at two Los Angeles universities
A nationwide measles outbreak has led health officials to quarantine dozens of people at two Los Angeles universities, officials said on Thursday. The quarantine affects the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and California State University, Los Angeles (Cal State LA) and comes as the United ...
53 minutes ago
Yahoo Science
U.S. measles outbreak triggers quarantine at two Los Angeles universities
Petrobras sells rights to two fields to Malaysia's Petronas for $1.29 billion
Brazil's state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro said on Thursday it had closed a $1.29 billion deal with Malaysia's Petronas to sell 50 percent of Petrobas' exploration and production rights in two of its offshore fields. The deal is part of Petrobras' divestment program, which seeks to reduce indebtedness. ...
56 minutes ago
Yahoo Science
Petrobras sells rights to two fields to Malaysia's Petronas for $1.29 billion
Nintendo Drops on Tepid Profit Outlook, No Date for New Switch
Shares tumbled as much as 5.1 percent after it forecast operating profit of 260 billion yen for the current fiscal year, compared with the 350.2 billion yen average of estimates compiled by Bloomberg. Operating profit was 29.7 billion yen ($266 million) in the three months ended March, below the 36 ...
1 hour ago
Yahoo Science
Nintendo Drops on Tepid Profit Outlook, No Date for New Switch
China pledges to have the first Moon base within a decade
The Chinese space agency has spent the first few several months of 2019 exploring the far side of the Moon after being the first nation to successfully perform a soft landing on the half of Earth's neighbor that we never get to see. It deployed a rover -- which is likely nearing the end of its brief ...
1 hour ago
Yahoo Science
China pledges to have the first Moon base within a decade
SpaceX's Crew Dragon fire sent hazardous chemical compounds into the environment
When a test fire of SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule went up in smoke Saturday, the incident  puffed up a reddish, toxic plume.
1 hour ago
Yahoo Science
SpaceX's Crew Dragon fire sent hazardous chemical compounds into the environment
Impeding white blood cells in antiphospholipid syndrome reduced blood clots
A new study examined APS at the cellular level and found that two drugs reduced development of blood clots in mice affected with the condition.
5 hours ago
Science Daily
Impeding white blood cells in antiphospholipid syndrome reduced blood clots
Preventing collapse after catastrophe
As the impacts of climate change escalate, ecosystems will likely undergo events that will disrupt entire populations. In marine ecosystems, anthropogenic warming has subjected organisms to elevated temperatures, oxygen loss, and acidification. The increased frequency and severity of catastrophic events ...
5 hours ago
Science Daily
Preventing collapse after catastrophe
Maximizing conservation benefits
Overexploitation and population collapse pose significant threats to marine fish stocks across the globe. While certain fish populations have already collapsed, research indicates that nearly one third of fisheries worldwide are currently impacted by overharvesting.
5 hours ago
Science Daily
Maximizing conservation benefits
Bridge over coupled waters: Scientists 3D-print all-liquid 'lab on a chip'
Researchers have 3D-printed an all-liquid ''lab on a chip'' that, with the click of a button, can be repeatedly reconfigured on demand to serve a wide range of applications - from making battery materials to screening drug candidates.
6 hours ago
Science Daily
Bridge over coupled waters: Scientists 3D-print all-liquid 'lab on a chip'
Injections, exercise promote muscle regrowth after atrophy in mice
By injecting cells that support blood vessel growth into muscles depleted by inactivity, researchers say they are able to help restore muscle mass lost as a result of immobility.
7 hours ago
Science Daily
Injections, exercise promote muscle regrowth after atrophy in mice
Ice-proof coating for big structures relies on a 'beautiful demonstration of mechanics'
A new class of coatings that sheds ice effortlessly from even large surfaces has moved researchers closer to their decades-long goal of ice-proofing cargo ships, airplanes, power lines and other large structures.
7 hours ago
Science Daily
Ice-proof coating for big structures relies on a 'beautiful demonstration of mechanics'
A Respite From Record Losses, but Tropical Forests Are Still in Trouble
Satellite data suggest 2018 wasn't as bad as the previous two years for tropical deforestation, but the overall trend of losing trees continues.
12 hours ago
New York Times Science
A Respite From Record Losses, but Tropical Forests Are Still in Trouble
Trilobites: An Emperor Penguin Colony in Antarctica Vanishes
A colony in Halley Bay lost more than 10,000 chicks in 2016 and hasn’t recovered. Some adults have relocated.
4 hours ago
New York Times Science
Trilobites: An Emperor Penguin Colony in Antarctica Vanishes
Sooner or Later Your Cousin’s DNA Is Going to Solve a Murder
The Golden State Killer case was just the start. Hundreds of cold cases are hot again thanks to a new genealogy technique. The price may be everyone’s genetic privacy.
6 hours ago
New York Times Science
Sooner or Later Your Cousin’s DNA Is Going to Solve a Murder
Scientists Create Speech From Brain Signals
A prosthetic voice decodes what the brain intends to say and generates (mostly) understandable speech, no muscle movement needed.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
Scientists Create Speech From Brain Signals
Feature: Australia Is Deadly Serious About Killing Millions of Cats
Feral felines are driving the country’s native species to extinction. Now a massive culling is underway to preserve what’s left of the wild.
5 hours ago
New York Times Science
Feature: Australia Is Deadly Serious About Killing Millions of Cats
These Otters Are Popular Pets in Asia. That May Be Their Undoing.
Asian small-clawed otters are increasingly popular as novelty pets, particularly in Japan. Now international trade in the species may be banned.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
These Otters Are Popular Pets in Asia. That May Be Their Undoing.
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