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Voyager 1 sends back science data from more than 15 billion miles away after NASA fix
9 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Voyager 1 sends back science data from more than 15 billion miles away after NASA fix
More Than 1,000 Birds Died One Night in Chicago. Will It Happen Again?
A mass of birds died in Chicago in October after striking one building, adding to the push for more protections in one of the most dangerous cities for avian migration.
10 hours ago
New York Times Science
More Than 1,000 Birds Died One Night in Chicago. Will It Happen Again?
The Strawberry Full Moon of 2024 rises near the June solstice with an Antares encounter
10 hours ago
Yahoo Science
The Strawberry Full Moon of 2024 rises near the June solstice with an Antares encounter
NASA extends Starliner's stay at space station
10 hours ago
Yahoo Science
NASA extends Starliner's stay at space station
The GOES-U satellite will catch a ride to space on SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket
11 hours ago
Yahoo Science
The GOES-U satellite will catch a ride to space on SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket
NASA reschedules ISS spacewalk after astronaut experiences 'spacesuit discomfort'
11 hours ago
Yahoo Science
NASA reschedules ISS spacewalk after astronaut experiences 'spacesuit discomfort'
NASA, Boeing delay Starliner astronaut landing to June 26 amid thruster issues
12 hours ago
Yahoo Science
NASA, Boeing delay Starliner astronaut landing to June 26 amid thruster issues
Athletes sound warning about extreme heat at Summer Olympics
New Zealand’s Marcus Daniell (TOP) and Michael Venus compete against USA’s Austin Krajicek and Tennys Sandgren during their Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games men’s doubles tennis match for the bronze medal at the Ariake Tennis Park in Tokyo on July 30th, 2021. | Photo by Vincenzo Pinto / ...
12 hours ago
Science - The Verge
Athletes sound warning about extreme heat at Summer Olympics
Collaborative approaches improve materials informatics workforce training
A wide range of innovative products, from biomedical implants to aerospace composites, come from research in materials informatics (MI) — the combination of machine learning, artificial intelligence and computational methodologies with materials…
15 hours ago
National Science Foundation
Collaborative approaches improve materials informatics workforce training
On Titan Submersible Anniversary, World Rethinks Deep Sea Exploration
A year after the first deaths of divers who ventured into the ocean’s sunless depths, an industry wrestles with new challenges for piloted submersibles and robotic explorers.
17 hours ago
New York Times Science
On Titan Submersible Anniversary, World Rethinks Deep Sea Exploration
Shipworms still hold some sea-crets
Although they have been known to mariners for centuries — having aided in shipwrecking Columbus and sinking parts of the Spanish Armada — scientists have not been able to determine how shipworms digest wood, until now. Sometimes known as "termites of…
18 hours ago
National Science Foundation
Shipworms still hold some sea-crets
This week with NSF Director Panchanathan
This week, NSF Director Sethuraman Panchanathan highlighted NSF’s commitment to innovation and STEM advancements through several key events. The Director joined Senator Shaheen in a conversation on Capitol Hill with New Hampshire business leaders to…
1 day ago
National Science Foundation
This week with NSF Director Panchanathan
The US surgeon general wants tobacco-like warning labels on social media
Dr. Vivek Murthy hopes that introducing warning labels to social media platforms will help address mental health concerns among adolescents. | Photo by Bryan Bedder / Getty Images for Project Healthy Minds US Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy is urging Congress to introduce warning ...
1 day ago
Science - The Verge
The US surgeon general wants tobacco-like warning labels on social media
A Tale of Two Nearly Extinct Giant Salamanders
While trying to save large amphibians native to Japan, herpetologists in the country unexpectedly found a way to potentially save an even bigger species in China.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
A Tale of Two Nearly Extinct Giant Salamanders
Banks Are Finally Realizing What Climate Change Will Do to Housing
Extreme weather threatens the investment value of many properties, but financing for climate mitigation efforts are only just getting going.
1 day ago
WIRED Science
Banks Are Finally Realizing What Climate Change Will Do to Housing
Light-Based Chips Could Help Slake AI's Ever-Growing Thirst for Energy
Optical neural networks, which use photons instead of electrons, have advantages over traditional systems. They also face major obstacles.
2 days ago
WIRED Science
Light-Based Chips Could Help Slake AI's Ever-Growing Thirst for Energy
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