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Superhuman AI for heads-up no-limit poker: Libratus beats top professionals
Science Magazine No-limit Texas hold’em is the most popular form of poker. Despite AI successes in perfect-information games, the private information and massive game tree have made no-limit poker difficult... 42 minutes
Season's micro-greetings: Scientists claim smallest Christmas card
REUTERS (Reuters) - British scientists have created what they believe is the world's smallest Christmas card, a seasonal greeting so tiny that over... 3 hours
minor geomagnetic storm hits earth Minor Geomagnetic Storm Hits Earth
ASTRO WATCH A G1-class (minor) geomagnetic storm hit the Earth today (December 17) due to the arrival of an isolated, positive polarity coronal hole high-speed stream (CH HSS)... 6 hours
Vermont's moose population struggles despite hunting cutback
PHYS.ORG Scientists say they fear shifting climate conditions are to blame for Vermont's struggling moose population. 5 hours
three new crew members on voyage to international space station Three New Crew Members on Voyage to International Space Station
ASTRO WATCH Three crew members representing the United States, Russia and Japan are on their way to the... 7 hours
'Dragon back' as cargo reaches space station
PHYS.ORG SpaceX's unmanned Dragon cargo ship docked on Sunday with the International Space Station, bringing supplies and experiments for the astronauts in orbit. 9 hours
Revealed: the Pentagon's secret UFO-hunting program
PHYS.ORG The Pentagon has acknowledged funding a secret multi-million dollar program to investigate sightings of UFOs. 9 hours
Two rookie astronauts, cosmonaut blast off to ISS
PHYS.ORG A three-man space crew featuring American and Japanese rookie astronauts as well as an experienced Russian cosmonaut blasted off on Sunday for a six-month mission at the International Space Station. 9 hours
Dawn to Fly Closer to Ceres Than Ever in Mission's Final Phase
SPACE.COM NASA's Dawn mission to the main asteroid belt, granted a second extended mission earlier this year, will end later next year after a final... 9 hours
Thales Alenia Working With Three Companies on Deep Space Gateway Concepts
SPACE.COM Thales Alenia Space is partnering with three U.S. companies that are working on NASA studies of concepts for the proposed Deep Space Gateway, leveraging its expertise... 8 hours
Medical News Today: Hypervolemia: What you need to know about fluid overload
MNT Hypervolemia is a condition in which there is too much fluid in the blood. It is also known as fluid overload. Learn more about... 9 hours
French aerospace giant Thales acquires SIM maker Gemalto
PHYS.ORG French aerospace and defence group Thales said Sunday it has bought European SIM manufacturer Gemalto in a bid to become a global leader in digital security. 9 hours
Heavy air pollution shuts schools in Iran (Update)
PHYS.ORG Iran shut schools around Tehran Sunday and cancelled sporting events as thick smog blanketed the capital despite curbs on road traffic and industrial activity. 9 hours
Scientists Find ‘Smoke Rings’ in Earth’s Oceans
SCI-NEWS.COM A team of scientists from the United Kingdom has spotted the equivalent of smoke-rings in the Earth’s southern oceans which they think... 13 hours
no signs of alien life found on oumuamua No Signs of Alien Life Found on ‘Oumuamua
ASTRO WATCH Breakthrough Listen – the initiative to find signs of intelligent life in the universe – is reporting preliminary results and... 11 hours
creating a world of make believe to better understand the real universe Creating a World of Make-Believe to Better Understand the Real Universe
ASTRO WATCH Seeing is believing, or so the saying goes. And in some cases, a world... 11 hours
When Do Children Develop Their Gender Identity?
LIVE SCIENCE Gender is more of a flexible state than most people think. And as children, we start out thinking more flexibly about gender than we do as adults. 13 hours
What is Todd's paralysis?
MNT Learn all about Todd’s paralysis or when it becomes impossible to move part or all of the body after a seizure. We look at the management options. 11 hours
Medical News Today: What is Todd's paralysis?
MNT Learn all about Todd’s paralysis or when it becomes impossible to move part or all of the body after a seizure. We look at the management options. 11 hours
Medical News Today: Hepatitis C outside the body and other virus facts
MNT In this article, we take a look at how long the hepatitis C virus can survive outside the body, and how this impacts on... 12 hours
Honanki Ruins: Photos Reveal Sprawling, Ancient Pueblos
LIVE SCIENCE Honanki is one of the largest prehistoric pueblos in the Verde River Valley of Central Arizona. 13 hours
Fear of losing heritage drives Cherokee Nation opioid case
ABC NEWS Cherokee Nation officials say fear of losing the tribe's heritage is driving a lawsuit that alleges distributors and retailers of opioid medications have contributed to prescription opioid abuse within the... 11 hours
Medical News Today: What is Cladosporium and what are its health effects?
MNT We take a look at the health effects of the common mold Cladosporium, the associated symptoms it can cause, and some removal tips. 11 hours
scientific achievements during the operation of lomonosov satellite Scientific Achievements During the Operation of Lomonosov Satellite
ASTRO WATCH The Lomonosov Project is a large-scale scientific and educational space project of Lomonosov Moscow State University aimed at studying space... 13 hours
a model of mars like protoplanets shed light on early solar activity A Model of Mars-Like Protoplanets Shed Light on Early Solar Activity
ASTRO WATCH A scientist from Siberian Federal University (SFU) and his colleagues from Austria and Germany... 13 hours
return return return crs 13 mission marks triple play in terms of spacex reuse Return, Return, Return: CRS-13 Mission Marks Triple-Play in Terms of SpaceX Reuse
ASTRO WATCH The 13th SpaceX Commercial Resupply Service (CRS-13) mission roared into the Florida sky aboard a ‘Full Thrust’ Falcon 9 launch vehicle Friday morning. The... 14 hours
Here are our favorite science books of 2017
SCIENCE-NEWS Science News writers and editors make their picks for top science books of the year. 15 hours
Heavy air pollution shuts schools in Iran
PHYS.ORG Iran shut primary schools in the capital and other parts of the country on Sunday due to choking levels of air pollution. 16 hours
Russian, Japanese and US Crew Launch to Space Station on Soyuz
SPACE.COM Three crewmates for the International Space Station are now on their way to the complex, where they will begin their six month stay by ringing in... 15 hours
These Quantum Droplets Are the Most Dilute Liquids in the Known Universe
LIVE SCIENCE A new form of liquid droplet, formed out of potassium "super-atoms," demonstrates strange and powerful quantum effects. 14 hours
Recycled SpaceX Dragon Capsule Makes 2nd Delivery to Space Station
SPACE.COM A used SpaceX Dragon cargo ship arrived at the International Space Station for the second time Sunday (Dec. 17) delivering more than 2 tons of NASA supplies just... 14 hours
U.S., Russian, Japanese crew blasts off for space station
REUTERS (Reuters) - A trio of U.S. and Japanese astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut blasted off from Kazakhstan on... 19 hours
Yes, you've locked the door: What drives your checking habit?
MNT How many times do you check your door before leaving the house? Researchers have found that excessive checking behaviors are explained by a simple fear. 18 hours
Depression: New brain imaging method pinpoints areas of origin
MNT Using a new approach, researchers from the University of Warwick may have identified the source of reduced happiness and unpleasant memories in depression. 18 hours
Medical News Today: What is prolotherapy and what is it used to treat?
MNT Learn all about prolotherapy, an alternative form of treatment for joint and back pain. We take a look at how it works,... 17 hours
Medical News Today: Yes, you've locked the door: What drives your checking habit?
MNT How many times do you check your door before leaving the house? Researchers have found that excessive checking behaviors are explained by... 17 hours
Medical News Today: Depression: New brain imaging method pinpoints areas of origin
MNT Using a new approach, researchers from the University of Warwick may have identified the source of reduced happiness and unpleasant memories in depression. 17 hours
A CDC ban on 'fetus' and 'transgender?' Experts alarmed
ABC NEWS Health leaders say they are alarmed about reports that officials at the nation's top public health agency are being told not to use certain words in official budget documents, including... 1 day
Ancient feces reveal parasites described in earliest Greek medical texts
SCIENCE DAILY Earliest archaeological evidence of intestinal parasitic worms infecting the ancient inhabitants of Greece confirms descriptions found in writings associated with Hippocrates, the early physician and 'father of Western... 1 day
Unusual thermal convection in a well-mixed fluid: Can a syrup separate when mixed?
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have recently discovered unusual thermal convection in a uniform mixture of high and low viscosity liquids. They found that concentration fluctuations... 1 day
Nanostructures control heat transfer
SCIENCE DAILY For the first time, scientists have succeeded in precisely controlling temperature-dependent thermal conductivity with the help of polymer materials. These advanced functional materials were initially produced for laboratory experiments. The findings are of great relevance to the development of new... 1 day
Screening could catch a quarter of hip fractures before they happen
SCIENCE DAILY Community screening for osteoporosis could prevent more than a quarter of hip fractures in older women. 1 day
Hi, Robot: Adults, Children And The Uncanny Valley
NPR Guest bloggers Henry Wellman and Kimberly Brink reflect on their new study shedding light on how adults, older children and young children perceive human-like robots — and what the future might hold. 1 day
Does Pentagon still have a UFO program? The answer is a bit mysterious
REUTERS WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon acknowledged on Saturday that its... 1 day
report highlights social and economic impacts of space weather Report Highlights Social and Economic Impacts of Space Weather
ASTRO WATCH Some experts in the emergency management community believe that the first "trillion-dollar storm" won't come in the form... 1 day
discovery of new planet reveals distant solar system to rival our own Discovery of New Planet Reveals Distant Solar System to Rival Our Own
ASTRO WATCH The discovery of an eighth planet circling the distant star Kepler-90 by University of Texas at Austin astronomer Andrew Vanderburg and Google’s Christopher Shallue... 1 day
Study prompts new ideas on cancers’ origins
SCIENCE DAILY Cancer therapies often target cells that grow and divide rapidly, such as stem cells, but in studying how stomach cancers occur, researchers found that even when the stomach isn't able to make stem cells,... 1 day
dawn of a galactic collision Dawn of a Galactic Collision
ASTRO WATCH A riot of color and light dances through this peculiarly shaped galaxy, NGC 5256. Its smoke-like plumes are flung out in all directions and the bright... 1 day
better way to weigh millions of solitary stars Better Way to Weigh Millions of Solitary Stars
ASTRO WATCH Astronomers have come up with a new and improved method for measuring the masses of millions of solitary stars, especially... 1 day
Medical News Today: Causes and remedies for cold feet
MNT Cold feet are a common occurrence. In this article, learn about a variety of possible causes for cold feet, as well as home remedies to keep the feet warm. 1 day
gaia s view of our galactic neighbors Gaia's View of Our Galactic Neighbors
ASTRO WATCH Measuring the positions and motions of more than a billion stars, ESA's Gaia mission will refine our knowledge about our place in the Universe,... 1 day
rocket lab postpones electron launch to early 2018 Rocket Lab postpones Electron launch to early 2018
SPACE NEWS Stymied by poor weather and technical glitches, including one that aborted a launch just two seconds before liftoff, Rocket Lab... 1 day
gambit narrows the hiding places for new physics GAMBIT Narrows the Hiding Places for ‘New Physics’
ASTRO WATCH The elementary particles of ‘new physics’ must be so massive that their detection in the LHC, the largest modern accelerator,... 1 day
giant storms cause palpitations in saturn s atmospheric heartbeat Giant Storms Cause Palpitations in Saturn’s Atmospheric Heartbeat
ASTRO WATCH Immense northern storms on Saturn can disturb atmospheric patterns at the planet’s equator, finds the international Cassini mission in a... 1 day
Health law sign-up deadline extended for some people
ABC NEWS After a rush of last-minute sign-ups, the Trump administration says it's extending the deadline for some people to finish health insurance applications for next year under the Affordable Care Act 2 days
California's Still Growing Thomas Fire Spews Brown Smoke in NASA Image
LIVE SCIENCE A NASA satellite captured an image showing a thick curtain of brown smoke billowing from the Thomas Fire in Southern California yesterday (Dec. 14). 1 day
Researchers win some, lose some in final U.S. tax bill
Science Magazine Tuition tax out, but orphan drug credit reduced 1 day
Medical News Today: Ten benefits of shilajit
MNT Shilajit, also called mineral pitch, is the result of a long process of breaking down plant matter and minerals. Learn about the potential health benefits. 1 day
Ancient Wari Queen Brought to Life with Stunning Recreation of Head
LIVE SCIENCE At first glance, the wrinkled face of a dark haired-woman wearing round, gold earrings looks incredibly real. But it's not — it's a reconstruction crafted from... 1 day
Medical News Today: Internal bleeding: What you need to know
MNT Internal bleeding or hemorrhaging is bleeding that occurs inside the body when a blood vessel is damaged. This can cause serious complications. 2 days
VIDEO: For LSD, What A Long Strange Trip It's Been
NPR VIDEO It's been reviled and revered, criminalized and exploited by the CIA. And now and other psychedelic drugs are being tested as legitimate medical treatments. NPR's original animation tells... 2 days
Martti, developed for adverse weather conditions, is the first Finnish robot car to challenge snow and ice
SCIENCE DAILY Martti, the robot car developed in Finland, is the first automated car to have... 2 days
Genetic study uncovers fungal sex secrets, which shed light on candidiasis
SCIENCE DAILY A new genetic analysis of fungal yeast infections (candidiasis) from around the world has revealed surprising secrets about how these microbes reproduce and cause disease, according... 2 days
Two rare sea lion attacks shut down cove in San Francisco Bay
PHYS.ORG Two unusual sea lion attacks in a San Francisco Bay cove led authorities to close the popular area to swimmers Friday as officials try... 2 days
Disney-Fox deal may create a new nerdy nirvana
PHYS.ORG The coming union of the Disney and Fox media empires is set to create a new nirvana for fanboys and -girls, one that reunites superheroes and sci-fi characters long separated by an... 2 days
Medical News Today: What you should know about retrograde ejaculation
MNT A look at retrograde ejaculation, which is when semen travels into the bladder. Included is detail on when to see a doctor and preventing the condition. 2 days
More electronic materials opened up with new metal-organic framework
SCIENCE DAILY More materials for electronic applications could be identified, thanks to the discovery of a new metal-organic framework (MOF) that displays electrical semiconduction with a record high photoresponsivity, by a global... 2 days
Committed to relatives: Hounds and wolves share their parasites
SCIENCE DAILY Grey wolves, as all wild animals, are hosts to a variety of parasites. The presence of grey wolves in German forests has little influence on the parasite burden of hunting... 2 days
Trekkie Runaway Beams Up to Hollywood in 'Please Stand By' Trailer
SPACE.COM The opening scenes of a new drama sound just like a traditional "Star Trek" episode: "Captain's log, final entry," the narrator says. "Spock and I are... 2 days
Space Station Double Play Sunday! Watch a New Crew Launch as SpaceX Dragon Arrives
SPACE.COM There's a lot of spaceflight action on tap Sunday morning (Dec. 17), and you can watch it all before the... 2 days
Inflammatory letter sheds light on Uber's alleged misconduct
PHYS.ORG A former Uber security specialist accused the company of dispatching a team of spies to steal its rivals' trade secrets and using shady tactics to thwart its competition in the ride-hailing market,... 2 days
Moon Rocket Thrust! NASA Tests Powerful Engine with 3D-Printed Part
SPACE.COM An engine designed for the world's most powerful rocket underwent one last test fire for 2017 on Wednesday (Dec. 13) to help NASA get ready for the Space... 2 days
Medical News Today: What you should know about laser hair removal versus electrolysis
MNT A look at laser hair removal versus electrolysis. Included is detail on how the procedures differ. ADD MORE ADD MORE ADD MORE... 2 days
Ketamine 'rapid and effective' for reducing suicidal thoughts
MNT The anesthetic ketamine has shown promise as a rapid treatment for reducing suicidal thoughts in people with depression, a new study reveals. 2 days
VIDEO: For LSD, What A Long Strange Trip It's Been
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Complex, old-growth forests may protect some bird species in a warming climate
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Graphene in zero G promises success in space
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Graphene in zero G promises success in space
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Later, Vader! Watch Blue Origin Fly 'Mannequin Skywalker' to Space and Back
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NASA scientists embark on extreme Antarctic trek
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The psychology of Christmas shopping—how marketers nudge you to buy
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Researchers study thermodynamic processes in an ultra-high temperature molten oxide
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Evidence of early humans found in the jungles of Borneo
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Evidence of early humans found in the jungles of Borneo
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