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Hey, Spock! Real-Life 'Planet Vulcan' Orbits Sun Featured in 'Star Trek'
SPACE.COM "Star Trek's" planet Vulcan, ancestral home of Spock and his species, just became a little more real, thanks to a team of exoplanet scientists. 18 minutes
Spire Health Tags are now on Apple’s shelves
TechCrunch Spire’s Health Tags, the dark and tiny devices you stick on your clothes to gather all sorts of health data from your steps, heartbeat and stress levels is now available at your local... 2 hours
World’s largest general science society OKs stripping honors from scientists found to be sexual harassers
Science Magazine AAAS adopts new rules for removing society’s fellows found to have committed misconduct 2 hours
Better chemo drug adsorption onto targeted delivery capsules
PHYS.ORG The efficacy of chemotherapy treatment depends on how effectively it reaches cancerous cells. Increasing targeted delivery could mean decreasing side effects. Scientists are enhancing methods of selectively transmitting active chemotherapy agents and... 2 hours
Greater than the sum of its parts
PHYS.ORG When it comes to designing and optimizing mechanical systems, scientists understand the physical laws surrounding them well enough to create computer models that can predict their properties and behavior. However, scientists who are working... 2 hours
Electrochemistry: Greater than the sum of its parts
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have developed a new model that merges basic electrochemical theory with theories used in different contexts, such as the study of photoelectrochemistry and semiconductor physics, to describe phenomena that occur in... 2 hours
Eelgrass wasting disease has new enemies: Drones and artificial intelligence
SCIENCE DAILY Every year, the world loses an estimated 7 percent of its seagrasses. While the reasons are manifold, one culprit has long confounded scientists: eelgrass wasting disease. This September... 2 hours
Astronomers Say Star-Brown Dwarf Boundary May Soon Be Clearer
SCI-NEWS.COM An international team of scientists led by Carnegie Institution’s Serge Dieterich has demonstrated that brown dwarfs, objects which... 2 hours
Eucalyptus 2018: Plantation managers and researchers are working to deal with climate change
PHYS.ORG Did you know that in addition to producing paper pulp and firewood, eucalyptus is used by scientists to study how trees function... 2 hours
Study links natural climate oscillations in north Atlantic to Greenland ice sheet melt
PHYS.ORG Scientists have known for years that warming global climate is melting the Greenland Ice Sheet, the second largest ice sheet in the... 2 hours
The nocturnal pollinators: Scientists reveal the secret life of moths
PHYS.ORG Scientists have discovered that moths may play a much broader role as plant pollinators than previously suspected. 3 hours
Jumping genes work together to control programmed deletion in the genome
PHYS.ORG Scientists have discovered a new family of molecules that work together to precisely remove unwanted DNA during reproduction in single-celled, freshwater organisms called ciliates. 3 hours
Zika vaccine shows promise for treating deadly brain cancer
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have successfully deployed a Zika virus vaccine to target and kill human glioblastoma brain cancer stem cells, which had been transplanted into mice. In a new study, the team... 3 hours
New Trailer for Long Lost Sci-Fi Film 'Replicas' Starring Keanu Reeves
FIRSTSHOWING.NET VIDEO "Standby to initiate neural imprint. All functions: go." Entertainment Studios has revealed another official trailer for the sci-fi thriller titled Replicas, starring Keanu Reeves as a... 3 hours
Small molecule plays big role in weaker bones as we age
SCIENCE DAILY With age, expression of a small molecule that can silence others goes way up while a key signaling molecule that helps stem cells make healthy bone... 5 hours
NUS researchers develop new device for quick and accurate screening of diseases
NEWS MEDICAL A multidisciplinary team of researchers at the National University of Singapore has developed a portable, easy-to-use device for quick and accurate screening of diseases. 4 hours
The path to reducing plastic pollution
PHYS.ORG Shuddering and unable to breathe, he vomited up five plastic bags. The small pilot whale, found in a Thai canal this past June, is another symptom of a crisis in the world's oceans. Plastic waste, mostly... 5 hours
Scientists find the genetic code underlying limb growth
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne have discovered the gene code that sets the pace and order of fetal development. 4 hours
Searching for clues on extreme climate change
SCIENCE DAILY Nearly 13,000 years ago, pines in southern France experienced a cold snap, which scientists have now reconstructed. The study about the consequences of a drastic climate change event in past and its implications for... 5 hours
'Guardian' jellyfish robots to monitor fragile coral reefs
Sky News A soft robot jellyfish that can swim through openings narrower than its body could be used to monitor delicate delicate environments in the ocean, scientists have said. 4 hours
Research finds physical connection between the brain's fluid reservoirs and meningeal lymphatics
NEWS MEDICAL PureTech Health plc, an advanced biopharmaceutical company developing novel medicines for dysfunctions of the Brain-Immune-Gut Axis, today notes the publication of research in Nature... 4 hours
Scientists use artificial neural networks to predict new stable materials
SCIENCE DAILY Artificial neural networks -- algorithms inspired by connections in the brain -- have 'learned' to perform a variety of tasks, from pedestrian detection in self-driving cars, to analyzing... 5 hours
first particle tracks for international neutrino experiment First particle tracks for international neutrino experiment
CERN Inside the protoDUNE-SP cryostat (Image: CERN) The largest liquid-argon neutrino detector in the world has just recorded its first particle tracks, signaling... 4 hours
Scientists closing in on source of Shetland tsunamis
PHYS.ORG Shetland has been hit by at least two more tsunamis in the past 10,000 years than previously thought, and scientists are working to identify where the giant waves originated. 5 hours
Scientists locate parent lightning strokes of sprites
PHYS.ORG Thunderstorms can generate various forms of transient luminous events, such as red sprites, gigantic jets, and blue jets through the charge transfer involved in the lightning forged inside thunderclouds. 6 hours
Another International Trailer for New 'Halloween' with Jamie Lee Curtis
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Logos Biosystems releases new electrophoretic tissue clearing system with twice the features in half the space
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Logos Biosystems releases new electrophoretic tissue clearing system with twice the features in half the space
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Logos Biosystems releases new electrophoretic tissue clearing system with twice the features in half the space
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How a new class of “digital martyrs” are manipulating social networks
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Thanks for ruining Toad and Mario Kart for me, internet
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Rachel Brosnahan in First Trailer for Uplifting Drama 'Change in the Air'
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Shopify’s iOS 12 update adds AR shopping support for 600,000 stores
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New Trailer for Long Lost Sci-Fi Film 'Replicas' Starring Keanu Reeves
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Google Podcasts appears to be rolling out Chromecast support
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Happy Days named America's most memorable TV theme, survey finds - CNET
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Spotify for Android bug stops music playback, removes notification controls, Spotify is ‘looking into it’
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What if porn, but for women
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Watch the first trailer for Captain Marvel, Marvel’s next big film
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When you get hacked, figuring out who to call for help can be a puzzle - CNET
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