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Neuralink’s First Brain Implant Is Working. Elon Musk’s Transparency Isn’t
Elon Musk says Neuralink’s first human trial subject can control a computer mouse with their brain, but some researchers are frustrated by a lack of information about the study.
1 day ago
WIRED Science
Neuralink’s First Brain Implant Is Working. Elon Musk’s Transparency Isn’t
A Startup’s Mission to Bring Back the Woolly Mammoth Is Being Made Into a Docuseries
Colossal Biosciences has started work on a five-year-long docuseries that follows its de-extinction efforts. That’s just the beginning of its small-screen plans.
1 day ago
WIRED Science
A Startup’s Mission to Bring Back the Woolly Mammoth Is Being Made Into a Docuseries
Measles Strikes a Florida Elementary School With Over 100 Unvaccinated Kids
Nearly 11 percent of the students aren't fully immunized, prompting concerns of broader infection.
1 day ago
WIRED Science
Measles Strikes a Florida Elementary School With Over 100 Unvaccinated Kids
Metal Prices Are Soaring. So Is Metal Theft
It’s a multibillion-dollar global problem, and in a rapidly electrifying world, the profits—and ease—of stealing metals are only going to increase.
2 days ago
WIRED Science
Metal Prices Are Soaring. So Is Metal Theft
The Transport Companies Leaving Fossil Fuels Behind
Hydrogen-powered planes, more fuel-efficient aircraft designs, and all-electric parcel delivery services are just some of the ways in which the transport sector is looking to decarbonize.
2 days ago
WIRED Science
The Transport Companies Leaving Fossil Fuels Behind
Like a Child, This Brain-Inspired AI Can Explain Its Reasoning
Children are natural scientists. They observe the world, form hypotheses, and test them out. Eventually, they learn to explain their (sometimes endearingly hilarious) reasoning. AI, not so much. There’s no doubt that deep learning—a type of machine learning loosely based on the brain—is dramatically ...
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Singularity HUB
Like a Child, This Brain-Inspired AI Can Explain Its Reasoning
Google Just Released Two Open AI Models That Can Run on Laptops
Last year, Google united its AI units in Google DeepMind and said it planned to speed up product development in an effort to catch up to the likes of Microsoft and OpenAI. The stream of releases in the last few weeks follows through on that promise. Two weeks ago, Google announced the release of its ...
22 hours ago
Singularity HUB
Google Just Released Two Open AI Models That Can Run on Laptops
How the Supreme Court could gut environmental protections in 2024
Clean air advocates gather at the Supreme Court ahead of oral arguments in Ohio v. Environmental Protection Agency on February 21st, 2024, in Washington, DC. | Photo by Paul Morigi / Getty Images for SKDK The Verge’s guide to key environmental cases before the Supreme Court ...
2 hours ago
Science - The Verge
How the Supreme Court could gut environmental protections in 2024
No, smartwatches and smart rings can’t measure blood glucose yet
Don’t believe smartwatches or smart rings that claim to noninvasively measure blood sugar levels. | Image: Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge If you see a smartwatch or smart ring for sale that claims to noninvasively measure your blood glucose levels, don’t believe it. Today, ...
23 hours ago
Science - The Verge
No, smartwatches and smart rings can’t measure blood glucose yet
Switching to electric vehicles would be fantastic for kids’ health
Image: Hugo Herrera / The Verge A wholesale switch to electric vehicles would be a tremendous boon to the health of many people around the world. But a new report from the American Lung Association highlights the particular advantages for children, especially those vulnerable ...
1 day ago
Science - The Verge
Switching to electric vehicles would be fantastic for kids’ health
The EU is formalizing rules for taking CO2 out of the atmosphere
The Orca carbon removal and storage facility operated by Climeworks in Hellisheidi, Iceland. | Image: Arnaldur Halldorsson / Bloomberg via Getty Images The EU took a significant step toward legitimizing technologies that suck carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere by agreeing to ...
2 days ago
Science - The Verge
The EU is formalizing rules for taking CO2 out of the atmosphere
Watch live: Odysseus attempts first U.S. moon landing since 1972
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Yahoo Science
Watch live: Odysseus attempts first U.S. moon landing since 1972
Mystery of whale song unraveled by scientists, study says
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Yahoo Science
Mystery of whale song unraveled by scientists, study says
Study shows how snakes got an evolutionary leg up on the competition
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Yahoo Science
Study shows how snakes got an evolutionary leg up on the competition
Why it’s so difficult to land on the moon, even five decades after Apollo
3 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Why it’s so difficult to land on the moon, even five decades after Apollo
Scientists identify neutron star born out of supernova seen in 1987
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Yahoo Science
Scientists identify neutron star born out of supernova seen in 1987
Space telescope spies neutron star in the debris of famous supernova
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Yahoo Science
Space telescope spies neutron star in the debris of famous supernova
Live Updates: The Spacecraft Odysseus Prepares for Its Shot at the Moon
A private mission from Intuitive Machines of Houston will head to lunar surface later on Thursday with a payload of NASA science instruments and sculptures made by Jeff Koons. The landing attempt is expected around 6:24 p.m. Eastern time.
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New York Times Science
Live Updates: The Spacecraft Odysseus Prepares for Its Shot at the Moon
Dirty Ice May Be Ugly, but It Has One Advantage
Freezing water with salt or other impurities yields ice that is easier to loosen from a surface, according to a new study.
2 hours ago
New York Times Science
Dirty Ice May Be Ugly, but It Has One Advantage
Duke Shuts Down Huge Plant Collection, Causing Scientific Uproar
University officials say they cannot afford to maintain one of the largest herbariums in the United States. Researchers are urging Duke to reconsider.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
Duke Shuts Down Huge Plant Collection, Causing Scientific Uproar
When Eyes in the Sky Start Looking Right at You
New satellites that orbit the Earth at very low altitudes may result in a world where nothing is really off limits.
2 days ago
New York Times Science
When Eyes in the Sky Start Looking Right at You
Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin Rocket Moves Closer to Launch
Blue Origin’s New Glenn rocket rolled to the launchpad for a series of tests in preparation for its flight debut later this year.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin Rocket Moves Closer to Launch
These Whales Still Use Their Vocal Cords. But How?
Unusual experiments on organs recovered from three carcasses suggest how baleen whales call out at sea.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
These Whales Still Use Their Vocal Cords. But How?
NSF announces $20M investment across eight institutions through its GRANTED initiative, transforming access to research support
Across the research enterprise, organizations face varying challenges with access to research support and service infrastructure. This creates obstacles to widespread participation in national research opportunities. The U.S. National Science…
1 day ago
National Science Foundation
NSF announces $20M investment across eight institutions through its GRANTED initiative, transforming access to research support
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