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In Mexican border cities, many fear virus is coming from US  ABC NEWS · 2 days
Citing a threat of the coronavirus from Mexico, the Trump administration has banned hundreds of thousands of people from crossing the southern border with emergency measures... more
The Latest: Nevada's shuttered casinos could reopen June 4  ABC NEWS · 3 days
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak has set a tentative June 4 date for reopening the state’s shuttered casinos, including the famous glitzy casinos of Las Vegas more
Cell tower vandals and re-open protesters: Why some people believe in coronavirus conspiracies  PHYS.ORG · 3 days
The existential threat we're facing right now might explain the proliferation of conspiracy theories, extreme political ideologies and #Reopen protests. more
The Latest: Indonesia apologizes to citizens for virus  ABC NEWS · 3 days
Indonesian Vice President Ma’ruf Amin apologized to all Indonesians as the threat of COVID-19 in the country is not over yet more
New water-tasting approach could help pinpoint reserves of valuable minerals  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 days
Mining companies could more accurately pinpoint reserves of valuable minerals using a new water-tasting approach developed by the national science agency, CSIRO, in research supported by the Minerals... more
How scientists are thinking about reopening labs, and the global threat of arsenic in drinking water  Science Magazine · 4 days
Online News Editor David Grimm talks with producer Joel Goldberg about the unique challenges of reopening... more
Global threat of arsenic in groundwater  Science Magazine · 4 days
Naturally occurring arsenic in groundwater affects millions of people worldwide. We created a global prediction map of groundwater arsenic exceeding 10 micrograms per liter using a random forest machine-learning model based on 11 geospatial environmental parameters... more
5,000 rare and unique maps are now available online  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
Over 5,000 unique maps from the Asia-Pacific Map Collection are now available online as part of an ongoing project by The Australian National University's College of Asia and the Pacific. more
Lead-free (Ag,K)NbO3 materials for high-performance explosive energy conversion  Science Magazine · 5 days
Explosive energy conversion materials with extremely rapid response times have broad and growing applications in energy, medical, defense, and mining areas. Research into the underlying mechanisms and the search for new candidate... more
NASA renames WFIRST space telescope after pioneering woman astronomer  SPACE NEWS · 5 days
NASA announced May 20 it is renaming a major space telescope under development after an astronomer who led... more
US seeks to change the rules for mining the moon  LIVE SCIENCE · 5 days
Several U.S. companies have plans to mine the moon, but how would that work? more
Scientists use light to accelerate supercurrents, access forbidden light, quantum world  nanowerk · 5 days
Scientists are using light waves to accelerate supercurrents and access the unique properties of the quantum world, including forbidden light emissions that one day could be... more
ManTech gets $20 million contract extension for Space Force launch systems engineering  SPACE NEWS · 5 days
SMC awarded a six-month extension while it reviews bids for launch systems engineering and integration services. SpaceNews.com more
South Asia faces increased threat of extreme heat, extreme pollution, study shows  SCIENCE DAILY · 6 days
Scientists know that extreme heat has a negative impact on the human body -- causing distress in the respiratory and cardiovascular systems -- and... more
Scientists use light to accelerate supercurrents, access forbidden light, quantum world  SCIENCE DAILY · 6 days
Scientists are using light waves to accelerate supercurrents to access the unique and potentially useful properties of the quantum world. more
Scientists use light to accelerate supercurrents, access forbidden light, quantum world  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
Scientists are using light waves to accelerate supercurrents and access the unique properties of the quantum world, including forbidden light emissions that one day could be... more
Detecting individual nuclear spins with single rare-earth ions hosted in crystals  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
Rare-earth minerals are a class of materials with similar properties that are currently used to build a variety of devices, including LEDs, rechargeable batteries, magnets, lasers,... more
US seeks to change the rules for mining the moon  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
Private industries have helped drop the cost of launching rockets, satellites and other equipment into space to historic lows. That has boosted interest in developing space—both for mining... more
Found: Brain structure that controls our behavior  SCIENCE DAILY · 6 days
Solving problems, planning one's own actions, controlling emotions -- these executive functions are fundamental processes for controlling our behavior. Despite numerous indications, there has not yet been any clear evidence to support which brain... more
Detecting individual nuclear spins in single rare-earth ions hosted in crystals  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
Rare-earth minerals are a class of materials with similar properties that are currently used to build a variety of devices, including LEDs, rechargeable batteries, magnets, lasers,... more
Researchers propose a perfect novel optical vortex with controllable impulse ring profile  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
An optical vortex is identified as a phase singularity encircled with helical wavefront, and thanks to its unique properties, including carried orbital angular momentum... more
The ice-surface lowering of Skelton Glacier is due to the ice retreat in the Ross Sea  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
Toshi Fujioka, cosmogenic dating researcher at Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH), has... more
Historical films may be decaying much faster than we thought thanks to 'vinegar syndrome'  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
A significant chunk of the world's history is facing an existential threat. US government deeds, recordings of Indigenous Australians and... more
Study shows potentially harmful arsenic levels at popular former mining works  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
Arsenic levels at a former mining site in the Tamar Valley are posing a health risk to employees and the public using the site, a new... more
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