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Live Video: Boeing's Starliner Lands on Earth
The largely successful journey of the capsule could set up a flight for NASA with astronauts aboard before the year's end.
5 hours ago
New York Times Science
Live Video: Boeing's Starliner Lands on Earth
The butterflies we may never see again in Britain
7 hours ago
Yahoo Science
The butterflies we may never see again in Britain
Australia has nearly eliminated mass shootings – here's what the US can learn
7 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Australia has nearly eliminated mass shootings – here's what the US can learn
The meat and dairy farmers who are going vegan
8 hours ago
Yahoo Science
The meat and dairy farmers who are going vegan
Boeing's Starliner spacecraft returns to Earth, wrapping up critical test mission
Boeing's Starliner spacecraft landing under parachutes in the New Mexico desert | Image: NASA/Bill Ingalls After spending a little less than a week at the space station, Boeing's new passenger spacecraft, the CST-100 Starliner, returned to Earth this afternoon, landing intact ...
8 hours ago
Science - The Verge
Boeing's Starliner spacecraft returns to Earth, wrapping up critical test mission
Boeing capsule lands back on Earth after space shakedown
8 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Boeing capsule lands back on Earth after space shakedown
Decline of diatoms due to ocean acidification
Diatoms are the most important producers of plant biomass in the ocean and help to transport carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere into the deep ocean and thus regulate our climate. Because diatoms rely on silica rather than calcium carbonate to build their shells, they were previously thought to ...
8 hours ago
Science Daily
Decline of diatoms due to ocean acidification
Researchers identify biomarker panel that could help predict gestational diabetes in early pregnancy
Researchers have taken the initial step in identifying what may be an effective way to detect gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) earlier in pregnancy, potentially improving diagnosis and treatment for what is the most common disorder of pregnancy.
8 hours ago
Science Daily
Researchers identify biomarker panel that could help predict gestational diabetes in early pregnancy
Switzerland has a stunningly high rate of gun ownership – here's why it doesn't have mass shootings
9 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Switzerland has a stunningly high rate of gun ownership – here's why it doesn't have mass shootings
Seven healthy habits linked to lower risk of dementia in those with genetic risk
Seven healthy habits and lifestyle factors may play a role in lowering the risk of dementia in people with the highest genetic risk, according to new research.
10 hours ago
Science Daily
Seven healthy habits linked to lower risk of dementia in those with genetic risk
Researchers use CRISPR technology to modify starches in potatoes
Humble potatoes are a rich source not only of dietary carbohydrates for humans, but also of starches for numerous industrial applications. Scientists are learning how to alter the ratio of potatoes' two starch molecules -- amylose and amylopectin -- to increase both culinary and industrial applications. ...
10 hours ago
Science Daily
Researchers use CRISPR technology to modify starches in potatoes
Missing link between Alzheimer's and vascular disease found?
A gene called FMNL2 may explain why people with hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, or obesity have a greater risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.
10 hours ago
Science Daily
Missing link between Alzheimer's and vascular disease found?
Big Tech is pouring millions into the wrong climate solution at Davos
Børge Brende, John Kerry, Xie Zhenhua, Geraldine Matchett, Elizabeth Wathuti, and Marc Benioff attend the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on May 24th, 2022. | Photo by Dursun Aydemir/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images Alphabet, Microsoft, and Salesforce ...
11 hours ago
Science - The Verge
Big Tech is pouring millions into the wrong climate solution at Davos
Boeing Starliner ends test flight with pinpoint landing
11 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Boeing Starliner ends test flight with pinpoint landing
Common prostate cancer medications may be less safe than previously thought
Men taking either of the two most common oral medications for advanced prostate cancer who had also undergone hormone therapy to treat their disease were at higher risk of serious metabolic or cardiovascular issues than patients who were only receiving hormone therapy, researchers found.
11 hours ago
Science Daily
Common prostate cancer medications may be less safe than previously thought
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12 hours ago
National Science Foundation
Announcements
"Quantum Internet" Inches Closer With Advance in Data Teleportation
Scientists have improved their ability to send quantum information across distant computers – and have taken another step toward the network of the future.
12 hours ago
New York Times Science
"Quantum Internet" Inches Closer With Advance in Data Teleportation
The Story of Abortion Pills and How They Work
Mifepristone and misoprostol are a safe and effective way to end a pregnancy, but many people around the world still don't know these drugs exist.
13 hours ago
WIRED Science
The Story of Abortion Pills and How They Work
30-Second Deliveries? This Startup Wants to Build a Hyperloop for Packages
Elon Musk's Boring Company has long been trying to build underground tunnels for hyperloop transit, and reportedly finished digging said tunnels under the Las Vegas convention center in 2020. The company also won a contract to build a high-speed transit system between Chicago's O?Hare airport and the ...
14 hours ago
Singularity HUB
30-Second Deliveries? This Startup Wants to Build a Hyperloop for Packages
CVS will stop filling Cerebral and Done Health ADHD med prescriptions
Photo by Paul Weaver/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images CVS pharmacies will no longer fill prescriptions for controlled substances like Adderall from telehealth companies Cerebral and Done Health, The Wall Street Journal reported. It's the latest blow to Cerebral, which ...
16 hours ago
Science - The Verge
CVS will stop filling Cerebral and Done Health ADHD med prescriptions
NY State is giving out hundreds of robots as companions for the elderly
The robot in question is ElliQ. Think of it like a more proactive Siri or Alexa. | Image; Intuition Robotics The state of New York will distribute robot companions to the homes of more than 800 older adults. The robots are not able to help with physical tasks, but function as ...
18 hours ago
Science - The Verge
NY State is giving out hundreds of robots as companions for the elderly
Researchers Made Ultracold Quantum Bubbles on the Space Station
NASA's Cold Atom Laboratory runs super-low-temperature experiments in near-zero gravity that would be impossible to accomplish on Earth.
20 hours ago
WIRED Science
Researchers Made Ultracold Quantum Bubbles on the Space Station
Some Elephants Are Getting Too Much Plastic in Their Diets
In India, the large mammals see trash in village dumps as a buffet, but researchers found they are inadvertently consuming packaging and utensils.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
Some Elephants Are Getting Too Much Plastic in Their Diets
The "800 pound gorilla" in the Gulf of Mexico that could supercharge hurricanes this season
Trees sway in the wind from Hurricane Ida in downtown New Orleans, Louisiana, on August 29th, 2021. | Image: Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg via Getty Images Forecasters expect a busy 2022 Atlantic hurricane season, with a 65 percent chance of an above-average season. There's also a wildcard ...
1 day ago
Science - The Verge
The "800 pound gorilla" in the Gulf of Mexico that could supercharge hurricanes this season
New partnership links positive COVID-19 cases to antivirals – for a price
The Detect COVID-19 test is an at-home molecular test. | Image: Detect The at-home molecular COVID-19 testing company Detect is partnering with healthcare provider Carbon Health to give customers who test positive easy access to antiviral treatments, the companies announced today. ...
1 day ago
Science - The Verge
New partnership links positive COVID-19 cases to antivirals – for a price
The Mystery of Monkeypox's Global Spread
Initial genomic sequencing suggests the virus hasn't mutated to become more transmissible. So what explains its unprecedented rise across the world?
1 day ago
WIRED Science
The Mystery of Monkeypox's Global Spread
What's Your Biological Age? A New 'Aging Clock' Has the Answer
How old are you, really" It seems like a simple question. It's based on when you're born. Yet we all know people who seem much younger than their chronological age. They have radiant skin and hair. They seem sharper than their age would suggest. They're highly active with astonishing energy. Why" Studies ...
1 day ago
Singularity HUB
What's Your Biological Age? A New 'Aging Clock' Has the Answer
Undersea Cables Are the Latest Tools for Earthquake Detection
Rumbles and tides create tiny, detectable disturbances in fiber optics. The world's cables could form a vast network for detecting earthquakes and tsunamis.
1 day ago
WIRED Science
Undersea Cables Are the Latest Tools for Earthquake Detection
Discovery Files – Upcycling with Sunlight
Researchers are using the power of the sun to upcycle plastic waste. Full story at https://www.nsf.gov/news/mmg/mmg_disp.jsp"med_id=188209&from="WT.mc_id=USNSF_51&WT.mc_ev=clickThis is an NSF News item.
2 days ago
National Science Foundation
Discovery Files – Upcycling with Sunlight
Watch a Giant Stingray's Safe Return to Its River Home
The Mekong River is home to enormous and endangered aquatic life. A 400-pound fish's release shows how some conservation efforts in Cambodia are paying off.
2 days ago
New York Times Science
Watch a Giant Stingray's Safe Return to Its River Home
New Logic Gates Are a Million Times Faster Than Those in Today's Chips
As Moore's Law begins to slow, the search is on for new ways to keep the exponential rise in processing speeds going. New research suggests that an exotic approach known as "lightwave electronics" could be a promising new avenue. While innovation in computer chips is far from dead, there are signs that ...
2 days ago
Singularity HUB
New Logic Gates Are a Million Times Faster Than Those in Today's Chips
Shards of the Planet Mercury May Be Hiding on Earth
New research explains how meteorites called aubrites may actually be shattered pieces of the planet closest to the sun from the early days of the solar system.
2 days ago
New York Times Science
Shards of the Planet Mercury May Be Hiding on Earth
Patients May Not Receive Miscarriage Care in a Post-Roe America
Doctors will be cautious about offering any treatment that could be regarded as an illegal termination?forcing patients to seek out-of-state care.
2 days ago
WIRED Science
Patients May Not Receive Miscarriage Care in a Post-Roe America
The Wetlands Are Drowning
A long-term study of a marsh was meant to ask whether rising levels of CO2 could help wetlands thrive despite rising seas. The plants aren't keeping up.
2 days ago
WIRED Science
The Wetlands Are Drowning
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