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New way to detect blood clots
Researchers are working on an entirely new way to detect blood clots, especially in pediatric patients.
7 hours ago
Science Daily
New way to detect blood clots
COVID-19 lockdowns worsen childhood obesity, study finds
Lockdowns implemented across the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic have negatively impacted diet, sleep and physical activity among children with obesity, according to new research.
7 hours ago
Science Daily
COVID-19 lockdowns worsen childhood obesity, study finds
Hairy, lab-grown human skin cell model could advance hair loss research
A new, hair-sprouting dollop of human skin created in the lab might one day help prevent hair loss. An article describes the hairy creation as the first hair-baring human skin organoid made with pluripotent stem cells, or the master cells present during early stages of embryonic development that later ...
7 hours ago
Science Daily
Hairy, lab-grown human skin cell model could advance hair loss research
Researchers evaluate 2020 Census data privacy changes
After the US Census Bureau announced that it was changing how it protects the identities of individuals for the 2020 Census, researchers began to evaluate how these changes may affect census data integrity.
7 hours ago
Science Daily
Researchers evaluate 2020 Census data privacy changes
A satisfying romantic relationship may improve breast cancer survivors' health
Breast cancer survivors in romantic relationships who feel happy and satisfied with their partners may be at lower risk for a host of health problems, new research suggests.
7 hours ago
Science Daily
A satisfying romantic relationship may improve breast cancer survivors' health
Human activity threatens vertebrate evolutionary history
A new study maps for the first time the evolutionary history of the world's terrestrial vertebrates: amphibians, birds, mammals and reptiles. It explores how areas with large concentrations of evolutionarily distinct species are being impacted by our ever-increasing 'human footprint.'
7 hours ago
Science Daily
Human activity threatens vertebrate evolutionary history
SpaceX launches latest batch of internet satellites, including one with a visor
Update June 3rd, 9:43PM ET: SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket successfully took off at 9:25PM ET and deployed all 60 satellites into orbit. The rocket also landed on the company's drone ship in the Atlantic following the launch, marking the fifth time this particular rocket has been recovered after a mission. ...
9 hours ago
Science - The Verge
SpaceX launches latest batch of internet satellites, including one with a visor
Major Hydroxychloroquine Trial Shows No Prevention Benefits
A large, double-blind study examined 821 people who had been exposed to the virus. The drug was no better at stopping Covid-19 infection than a placebo.
10 hours ago
WIRED Science
Major Hydroxychloroquine Trial Shows No Prevention Benefits
A rocket launch can't unite us until the space world acknowledges our divisions
At 9:30AM ET on Tuesday, three American astronauts symbolically rang the Nasdaq opening bell from space " a celebration of SpaceX's historic launch that sent astronauts into orbit three days prior. The short ceremony played out live on the Nasdaq's giant screen in Times Square, with various NASA ...
14 hours ago
Science - The Verge
A rocket launch can't unite us until the space world acknowledges our divisions
16 Health Workers Talk About Their Battles With the Pandemic
WIRED's video team reached out to doctors, physician assistants, and paramedics, and asked them about their experiences treating Covid-19 patients.
14 hours ago
WIRED Science
16 Health Workers Talk About Their Battles With the Pandemic
Blaming protesters for COVID-19 spread ignores the bigger threats to health
Protestors march in California on June 2nd. | Photo by Philip Cheung for The Washington Post via Getty Images Gatherings in every state in the country this week to protest police brutality may be followed by increased numbers of COVID-19 cases in the next few weeks, state health departments warn. ...
14 hours ago
Science - The Verge
Blaming protesters for COVID-19 spread ignores the bigger threats to health
Tests for Coronavirus Vaccine Need This Ingredient: Horseshoe Crabs
Modern medicine still depends on this animal's blood to test for bacteria in vaccines. And an alternative test requires further study.
16 hours ago
New York Times Science
Tests for Coronavirus Vaccine Need This Ingredient: Horseshoe Crabs
Artificial Kidneys Are a Step Closer With This New Tech
10 percent of the global population suffers from some form of kidney disease. That includes 37 million people in the US, 100,000 of whom pass away each year awaiting a kidney transplant. Our kidneys are crucial for keeping us alive and healthy. A sort of chemical computer that keeps our blood chemistry ...
16 hours ago
Singularity HUB
Artificial Kidneys Are a Step Closer With This New Tech
Scientists Just Built the Best Sodium Battery Ever
It's extra salty.
18 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Scientists Just Built the Best Sodium Battery Ever
Genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in Florida and Texas beginning this summer " silver bullet or jumping the ...
This summer, for the first time, genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in the U.S. On May 1, 2020, the company Oxitec received an experimental use permit from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to release millions of GM mosquitoes (labeled by Oxitec as OX5034) every week over the next ...
18 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in Florida and Texas beginning this summer " silver bullet or jumping the ...
Physicists hunt for room-temperature superconductors that could revolutionize the world's energy system
Waste heat is all around you. On a small scale, if your phone or laptop feels warm, that's because some of the energy powering the device is being transformed into unwanted heat. On a larger scale, electric grids, such as high power lines, lose over 5% of their energy in the process of transmission. ...
18 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Physicists hunt for room-temperature superconductors that could revolutionize the world's energy system
Study: Interstellar object ?Oumuamua' Could Be Made of Hydrogen Ice
Interstellar object ?Oumuamua' first captured our attention when it whizzed through our solar system more than two years ago. Apparently, it's still not done making headlines.
18 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Study: Interstellar object ?Oumuamua' Could Be Made of Hydrogen Ice
Renewables surpass coal in US energy generation for first time in 130 years
"We are seeing the end of coal," says analyst as energy source with biggest impact on climate crisis falls for sixth year in a rowSolar, wind and other renewable sources have toppled coal in energy generation in the United States for the first time in over 130 years, with the coronavirus pandemic accelerating ...
20 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Renewables surpass coal in US energy generation for first time in 130 years
Explained: How Genetics Determine Vegetable Preferences
The reasons for arugula's taste, health benefits and whether we like it all comes down to genetics.
1 day ago
Yahoo Science
Explained: How Genetics Determine Vegetable Preferences
Mass Extinctions Are Accelerating, Scientists Report
Five hundred species are likely to become extinct over the next two decades, according to a new study.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
Mass Extinctions Are Accelerating, Scientists Report
What the future of the space station looks like after SpaceX's historic launch
With the success of SpaceX's Crew Dragon launch this weekend, NASA now has the capability to launch its own astronauts from the US once again " and that means changes are in store for the future of the International Space Station. Soon, a new suite of vehicles could be regularly flying people to ...
1 day ago
Science - The Verge
What the future of the space station looks like after SpaceX's historic launch
How a Crowdsourcing Challenge Turbocharged Brain Research During Lockdown
"I had a dream my paintbrush split while I was picking up brain slices. Nightmare scenario, right" Then I woke up and thought: I really miss the lab," a neuroscientist friend of mine recently lamented over a virtual happy hour. She's not alone. As the pandemic spread across the US, neuroscience labs ...
1 day ago
Singularity HUB
How a Crowdsourcing Challenge Turbocharged Brain Research During Lockdown
How to Read a Coronavirus Study, or Any Science Paper
Published scientific research, like any piece of writing, is a peculiar literary genre.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
How to Read a Coronavirus Study, or Any Science Paper
Rigorous Hand-Washing Will Be Part of Covid-19's New Normal
The simplest hygiene tasks are the toughest to maintain'take it from the health care experts who have advice about how to make the habit stick.
1 day ago
WIRED Science
Rigorous Hand-Washing Will Be Part of Covid-19's New Normal
The WIRED Coronavirus Glossary
Too many Covid-19 buzzwords? Here's what they all mean.
1 day ago
WIRED Science
The WIRED Coronavirus Glossary
Going Viral, or Not, in the Milky Way
Is the pandemic a rehearsal for our own cosmic mortality?
2 days ago
New York Times Science
Going Viral, or Not, in the Milky Way
Meet ACE2, the Enzyme at the Center of the Covid-19 Mystery
Since January, scientists have published more than 700 studies to figure out the molecule's link to risk for the disease?and to find possible treatments.
2 days ago
WIRED Science
Meet ACE2, the Enzyme at the Center of the Covid-19 Mystery
Go read this heartbreaking story of how coronavirus spreads
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge At this moment, more than 104,000 Americans have died of the coronavirus and more than 1.8 million have been infected. It can be hard to wrap your head around the devastation the coronavirus has wreaked on families across the US, especially as some states ...
2 days ago
Science - The Verge
Go read this heartbreaking story of how coronavirus spreads
Police violence will make it harder to fight COVID-19
Photo by SETH HERALD/AFP via Getty Images Law enforcement's brutal response to this weekend's protests may fuel mistrust in the health care system as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to smolder through the country. Experts say the danger is especially acute in black communities, which have already ...
2 days ago
Science - The Verge
Police violence will make it harder to fight COVID-19
U.S. and Chinese Scientists Trace Evolution of Coronaviruses in Bats
Researchers whose canceled U.S. grant caused an outcry from other scientists urge preventive monitoring of viruses in southwestern China.
2 days ago
New York Times Science
U.S. and Chinese Scientists Trace Evolution of Coronaviruses in Bats
Carbon Nanotube Transistors May Soon Give Waning Moore's Law a Boost
Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have long been touted as a potential material to take us beyond the limits of faltering silicon chips, but they've proven tricky to manufacture. Now scientists have demonstrated a way to build CNT transistors in a commercial silicon fabrication plant. Essentially CNTs are rolled-up ...
2 days ago
Singularity HUB
Carbon Nanotube Transistors May Soon Give Waning Moore's Law a Boost
An Onslaught of Crises Has Created a Modern Paradox
Never before have humans lived more comfortably. And yet today we're overwhelmed by crises, be it inequality or economic collapse or Covid, all exacerbating one another.
2 days ago
WIRED Science
An Onslaught of Crises Has Created a Modern Paradox
Astronauts Dock With Space Station After Historic SpaceX Launch
Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley could stay in orbit for months to aid the station's short-staffed crew.
2 days ago
New York Times Science
Astronauts Dock With Space Station After Historic SpaceX Launch
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