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Betting On Artificial Intelligence To Guide Earthquake Response
NPR A California tech firm believes that artificial intelligence can help communities prepare for, and respond to, quakes. 3 days
Soil metals linked with cancer mortality
SCIENCE DAILY Epidemiologists and geologists have found associations between esophageal cancer and soils where lead is abundant, lung cancer and terrains with increased copper content, brain tumor with areas rich in arsenic, and bladder cancer with high cadmium... 3 days
Measuring devices for the world's most extreme environment
PHYS.ORG Norwegian research scientists are contributing to the development of the world's hottest geothermal well in a non-volcanic area. The goal is to exploit the inexhaustible supply of heat from the interior of... 4 days
These 'Dirty' Thunderstorms Fill the Sky with As Much Smoke As a Volcanic Eruption
LIVE SCIENCE Wildfires can fuel "dirty" thunderstorms that fill the stratosphere with as much smoke as a volcanic eruption. 4 days
These 'Dirty' Thunderstorms Fill Sky with As Much Smoke As Volcanic Eruption
LIVE SCIENCE Wildfires can fuel "dirty" thunderstorms that fill the stratosphere with as much smoke as a volcanic eruption. 4 days
Tour the Space Station in VR with This Amazing 3D, 360-Degree Video
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No-go warning as Japan volcano erupts for first time in 250 years
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California's next major earthquake could cause $100 billion in losses, strand 20,000 in elevators
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How does the Pacific Walker circulation respond to strong tropical volcanism?
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Portable sensor array to detect trapped humans after a calamity
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Portable device to sniff out trapped humans
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Can your dog predict an earthquake? Evidence is shaky, say researchers
SCIENCE DAILY For centuries people have claimed that strange behavior by their cats, dogs and even cows can predict an imminent earthquake, but the first rigorous analysis of... 6 days
Can your dog predict an earthquake? Evidence is shaky, say researchers
PHYS.ORG For centuries people have claimed that strange behavior by their cats, dogs and even cows can predict an imminent earthquake, but the first rigorous analysis of... 6 days
Minor earthquakes rattle Silicon Valley, California farmland
PHYS.ORG Two minor earthquakes a few minutes apart shook farmland in the southern San Joaquin Valley and wilderness east of Silicon Valley. 1 week
Bike paths for everyone—except children
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Massive gas plant resumes operations after severe PNG quake
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Vanuatu island to evacuate again as volcano erupts
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Unusual climate during Roman times plunged Eurasia into hunger and disease
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GPM sees Tropical Cyclone Fakir forming near Madagascar
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Paint job transforms walls into sensors, interactive surfaces
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Crabs settled in the tunnel
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Why freeloader baby-eating ants are welcomed to the colony
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Wind energy's swift growth, explained
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Can desert cities such as Tucson and Phoenix make water sources sustainable?
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Studying dwarf galaxies to get the big picture
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Vitamin D and magnesium supplements provide right nutritional support to athletes
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Four years of NASA NEOWISE data
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Trichomonosis discovered amongst myna birds in Pakistan
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Mysterious red spots on Mercury get names – but what are they?
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Sweden's new road powers electric vehicles – what's the environmental impact?
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Novel microscope allows real-time, 3-D visualization of cells
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How does a city get to be 'smart'? This is how Tel Aviv did it
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NASA engineers dream big with small spacecraft
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Medical News Today: Have some humans evolved into real-life merfolk?
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Breathtaking evolution amongst Indonesian tribe - bigger spleens for free-diving
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GPM data used to evaluate Hawaii's flooding rainfall
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Indonesian divers have evolved bigger spleens to hunt underwater
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Study provides video evidence of parental infanticide in a grassland bird species
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Tiny fly blows bubbles to cool off: study
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Two Hubble views of the same stellar nursery
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Running facial recognition on buildings to unlock architectural secrets
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Using tooth sensors to detect disease
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