Art of Science winners focus on the beauty of the human body
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A beautiful image that unearths the mysteries of embryonic lung development is one of the winners of an Art of Science competition.
Yes, We Can Communicate with Animals
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But only in limited ways, because our brains are so fundamentally different
This Chart Shows Why You Should Never Worry About Getting Older
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Some of life's biggest peaks come in later years.
Al Gore’s Stupendous Wealth Complicates His Climate Message. That Can Change.
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Right-wing critics say the former vice president's wealth is hypocritical. By making his fortune a talking point, he could beef up his climate gospel.
Taking Photos Won’t Take You Out of the Moment, Study Suggests
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Tempted to grab that once-in-a-lifetime eclipse snapshot? Feel free: Taking pictures helps people engage with and remember experiences more deeply, according to new research.
Eclipse Turning Day Into Night to Send Temperatures Tumbling
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Getting ready to watch the solar eclipse? Bring a sweater along with those special glasses because the mercury could dip as the moon’s shadow crosses the land.
Supermassive Black Holes May Dine on
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Galaxies with trailing ‘tentacles’ of gas and newborn stars could help feed some of the universe’s most powerful objects
NASA Launches New Satellite to Beam Back Data from Hubble Telescope, Space Station
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NASA has launched another next-generation communications satellite to help beam data from the Hubble Space Telescope, the International Space Station (ISS) and other orbiting spacecraft down to Earth.
The Beauty and Science of a Total Solar Eclipse
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The rare phenomenon offers many gifts for humanity
How Nasa's Voyager spacecraft changed the face of UK science
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Although almost exclusively American, the 40-year-old Nasa Voyager spacecraft helped raise the ambitions of the UK’s planetary astronomers
Conversations about Diversity Aren't Working
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Now it's time for scientists to take collective action
Russians stage extended station spacewalk
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Two Russian cosmonauts launched five small satellites during an extended spacewalk Thursday
Trump team nears decision on national monuments
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Officials have already said six of 20 sites under review won't be touched
Australian Fetus First to Undergo Intrauterine Chiropractic Adjustment
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Are chiropractic surgeons really performing intrauterine spinal adjustments based on the results of nonsensical muscle tests and ultrasound imaging? No.
Tracing the Sources of Today's Russian Cyberthreat
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Some of the most talented and dangerous cybercrooks and cyberwarriors come from Russia, a longtime meddler in other countries’ affairs
The Solar Eclipse and Archaeology - Archaeology Review
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On August 21, 2017 there will be a total eclipse of the sun by the moon. Something that is getting a lot of hype as [...]
Cold Food, Hot Air
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EPA helps supermarkets switch to refrigerants that save money and lessen global warming
Trump, Truth and American Manufacturing  | EE Times
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The President's strained credibility and controversial stance on the ugly incident in Charlottesville has imperiled potential opportunities to revitalize high-tech manufacturing in the U.S.
Science Channel and ?Astro Mike? are all in for solar eclipse
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The Great American Eclipse Monday, 9 p.m., Science Channel Monday’s total solar eclipse will be the first to fully cross the US — in 14 states, from Oregon to South Carolina — since June 8, 1918. B…
Cat-Sized Marsupial Relative Lived in Turkey 43 Million Years Ago | Paleontology | Sci-News.com
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Fossils discovered in Turkey represent a new species that is a previously unknown relative of modern-day marsupials, according to a new paper published in the journal PLoS ONE.
Solar Eclipse in 1097 May Be Rock Carving Subject
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A petroglyph spotted in Chaco Canyon may depict a total solar eclipse witnessed by the Pueblo people.
Richard Rusczyk - Inspired by Math #39
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I never did much math competition in middle school or high school although I did score well on the MAA competition and on the Math SAT and I went to public junior and high schools that you had to t...
These are China's plans for floating nuclear reactors
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Multiple designs are starting to take shape.
Ancient road found in Manisa
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A road dating back to 2,000 years ago has been unearthed during the excavations in the ancient Greek city of Aigai in the western Turkish province of Manisa...
Gliese 832 Hosts at Least Three Exoplanets, Astrophysicists Say | Astronomy | Sci-News.com
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An international team of researchers from the Kiepenheuer Institute for Solar Physics and the University of Texas at Arlington has spotted signs of an additional exoplanet in the Gliese 832 planetary system.
Light seen bouncing off light at high energies for the first time
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Physicists could use ‘light-by-light scattering’ to test existence of new particles.
Myeloproliferative neoplasms ? an overview and my experiences
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In 2014 I was diagnosed with a type of myeloproliferative neoplasm. Since that time I have sought many treatments, and experienced many setbacks. Science-based medicine has kept me alive to write…
Sue VanHattum - Inspired by Math #38
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Sue VanHattum is a math professor, blogger, mother, author/editor, and fundraiser. She's a real powerhouse of motivation for making math fun and accessible to more of our young folks. Sue has teame...
Help Develop a Database of Soothing Pictures | Citizen Science Center
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Project: Project Soothe A new initiative is on a mission to improve mental health and wellbeing. Project Soothe is working to create a database of soothing photographs that can be shared. The idea is that imagery can play an important role in mediating how we feel and that deliberately and consciously looking at calming images ?
Mystery of 8,500 year old copper making event revealed through materials science
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An international team of archaeological scientists have put an end to the more than half-a-century old claim about the earliest copper smelting event at the Late Neolithic site of
David Reimer - Inspired by Math #35
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I love novel ways of looking at arithmetic. I'm fascinated with how computers compute in binary, with tricks for simplifying calculations and with how Vedic mathematicians handle difficult arithmet...
The power of perovskite
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OIST researchers improve perovskite-based technology in the entire energy cycle, from solar cells harnessing power to LED diodes to light the screens of future electronic devices and other lighting applications.
Lou DiGioia - Inspired by Math #37
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Lou DiGioia, executive director of MATHCOUNTS, and I tried to do a podcast a couple of months ago. The audio had some serious problems and we produced a transcript instead. It was a great discussio...
Volunteer for the Smithsonian, at Home | Citizen Science Center
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Project: Smithsonian Digital Volunteers Few names conjure up such instant respect in the scientific community as Smithsonian. The Smithsonian Institution has been a cornerstone of preservation and research in the United States for over 150 years. Surely, working for them must be a very exclusive opportunity, right? What if I told you that there was ?
Earth?s final total solar eclipse will happen in less than a billion years (Synopsis)
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?We live in a moment of history where change is so speeded up that we begin to see the present only when it is already disappearing.? -R. D. Laing This coming Monday, tens of millions o…
Analysis finds defeat of Hannibal 'written in the coins of the Roman Empire'
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Analysis of ancient Roman coins has shown that the defeat of the Carthaginian general Hannibal led to a flood of wealth across the Roman Empire from the silver mines of Spain. This finding, which gives us a tangible record of the transition of Rome from a regional power to an Empire, is presented at the Goldschmidt geochemistry conference in Paris.
Al Cuoco - Inspired by Math #36
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The MAA (Mathematical Association of America) sent me a review copy of their new book "Learning Modern Algebra: From Early Attempts to Prove Fermat's Last Theorem." I don't typically review textboo...