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Navy gains a competitive edge with research into biological ocean swarms  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Tiny and frightening-looking creatures lurking throughout our world's oceans can wreak havoc on Navy tactical decision-makers' ability to sense the environment or plan and chart a... more
Bumble bees can experience an object using one sense and later recognize it using another  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 days
The ability to recognize objects across different senses is present in the tiny brains of an insect, researchers... more
Pill-sized 'heater' could increase accessibility in diagnosing infectious disease  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 days
Researchers have developed a tiny 'heater' -- about the size of a pill -- that could allow resource-limited regions around the world to test for infectious diseases without the need... more
Sneaking up on tiny crystals with electron diffraction  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Understanding the structure of proteins, the building blocks of life, is essential to obtain insight into their biological function. Due to their minute size and extreme fragility, these structures are enormously difficult... more
Beyond the brim, Sombrero Galaxy's halo suggests turbulent past  nanowerk · 2 days
These latest Hubble observations of the Sombrero galaxy indicate only a tiny fraction of older, metal-poor stars in the halo, plus an unexpected abundance of metal-rich stars. Past major galaxy... more
XMM-Newton reveals giant flare from a tiny star  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
A star of about eight percent the Sun's mass has been caught emitting an enormous 'super flare' of X-rays—a dramatic high-energy eruption that poses a fundamental problem for astronomers, who did not... more
Ukraine's PM warns protests of China evacuees may resume  ABC NEWS · 2 days
Ukraine's prime minister says a Ukrainian village where residents clashed with riot police while protesting the local quarantine of people evacuated from China is under control for now more
Stress, rumors, even violence: Virus fear goes viral  ABC NEWS · 3 days
Even as illnesses and deaths from the new virus increase, fear is advancing like a tsunami, and not just around the Chinese city of Wuhan, the center of the outbreak that has... more
Study shows main gates for coronavirus importation in Africa  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 days
Egypt, Algeria and Republic of South Africa are the African countries most at risk for coronavirus COVID-19 importation in the continent, due to high air traffic with the contaminated Chinese... more
Global study shows long-term survival benefit for a subset of patients with advanced lung cancer  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 days
According to the results of a large, global study led by Yale Cancer Center researchers, even a tiny... more
Researchers develop pill-sized heating device for point-of-care applications  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 days
Researchers at the University of Toronto Engineering have developed a tiny "heater" - about the size of a pill - that could allow resource-limited regions around the world to test for infectious... more
Beyond the brim, Sombrero Galaxy's halo suggests turbulent past  PHYS.ORG · 3 days
Surprising new data from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope suggests the smooth, settled "brim" of the Sombrero galaxy's disk may be concealing a turbulent past. Hubble's sharpness and sensitivity resolves tens... more
Watch African killifish embryos enter suspended animation to survive  Science Magazine · 3 days
Research suggests a widespread phenomenon known as diapause has no negative effects on aging in African killifish more
Beyond the brim, Sombrero Galaxy's halo suggests turbulent past  SCIENCE DAILY · 3 days
These latest Hubble observations of the Sombrero galaxy indicate only a tiny fraction of older, metal-poor stars in the halo, plus an unexpected abundance of metal-rich stars. Past major galaxy... more
Pill-sized 'heater' could increase accessibility in diagnosing infectious disease  PHYS.ORG · 3 days
Researchers at the University of Toronto Engineering have developed a tiny "heater"—about the size of a pill—that could allow resource-limited regions around the world to test for infectious diseases without... more
Watch 2 robots work together to make a hot dog (w/video)  nanowerk · 3 days
An advance in machine learning allows two robots, named Jaco and Baxter, to make a hot dog. more
Tiny prehistoric lizard sheds light on reptile evolution  PHYS.ORG · 3 days
The discovery of a new species of prehistoric reptile from Germany is reported this week in Scientific Reports. The anatomical features of the species, named Vellbergia bartholomaei, add to our understanding of... more
Risk of coronavirus importation in Africa  SCIENCE DAILY · 3 days
Egypt, Algeria and Republic of South Africa are the African countries most at risk for coronavirus COVID-19 importation in the continent, due to high air traffic with the contaminated Chinese provinces. But these countries are also... more
Scientists use light to convert fatty acids into alkanes  PHYS.ORG · 3 days
Researchers led by Prof. Wang Feng at the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences have reported that photocatalytic decarboxylation is an efficient alternate pathway... more
XMM-Newton reveals giant flare from a tiny star  ESA · 3 days
A star of about eight percent the Sun’s mass has been caught emitting an enormous ‘super flare’ of X-rays –... more
New threats emerge in outbreak while China voices optimism  ABC NEWS · 3 days
Chinese health officials are expressing new optimism about a deadly virus, but it continues to bring new threats elsewhere more
ASEAN diplomats praise China's handling of virus outbreak  ABC NEWS · 3 days
Southeast Asia’s top diplomats are praising China's handling of the virus outbreak and pledging to help fight the disease that emerged in a central Chinese city and spread in the region and... more
New Chinese virus cases decline, but method revised again  ABC NEWS · 3 days
New virus cases in China have again declined, up just 394, after authorities again changed how they count new daily infections more
Cryptographic “tag of everything” could protect the supply chain  MIT · 3 days
Tiny, battery-free ID chip can authenticate nearly any product to help combat losses to counterfeiting. more
Cracks make historical paintings less vulnerable to environmental variations  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
Historical wood panel paintings with developed craquelure patterns—networks of fine cracks in the paint- are significantly less vulnerable to environmental variations than previously assumed, according to a study in the... more
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