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On November 2, Congressman Lamar Smith (R-Texas), announced he will not be seeking re-election. Rep. Smith has chaired the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology since 20...
Single-photon detector can count to four
-Phys.org - Fri Dec 15 10:53:05 EST 2017
The image depicts three photons passing through a superconducting nanowire, causing the nanowire to heat up and disrupting the super-current. Credit: Duke University Engineers have...
May the force be with her! Billie will always have the memories they shared together, like how the mother-daughter duo appeared in the last two films of the hit science fiction fra...
on a new, depressing lurch downward in the overall progress of the Trump administration, as analysts for the Centers For Disease Control report that they’ve been handed an apparent...
Here are the words Donald Trump's White House has forbidden the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from including in documents being prepared for next year's budget, accord...
In the name of furthering climate research (and trolling Donald Trump), French President Emmanuel Macron awarded "Make Our Planet Great Again" grants to 18 climate scientists, 13 o...
Global health needs demand new approach to drug discovery
-Medical Xpress - Wed Dec 13 04:41:18 EST 2017
Pharmaceutical research and development (R&D) is one of the best examples of human ingenuity. It attracts vast amounts of funding, employs brilliant minds, and deploys the most...
UMass Amherst plant molecular biologist Alice Cheung says the male plant's pollen tube transports sperm to female target cells. She and colleagues identify two new receptors essent...
The oldest plesiosaur was a strong swimmer
-Phys.org - Thu Dec 14 01:03:37 EST 2017
Paleontologists Tanja Wintrich and Martin Sander from the University of Bonn inspect the skeleton of Rhaeticosaurus in the laboratory of the LWL-Museum für Naturkunde in Münster (G...
By Elizabeth Preston PIG-LIKE animals called peccaries have been seen apparently mourning their dead. The discovery adds to the growing list of species that have exhibited signs of...
Scientist describes fundamental process when ice is compressed
-Phys.org - Thu Dec 14 01:15:03 EST 2017
Almost three-quarters of the earth's surface is covered by water. Almost two-thirds of the human body is made up of it. We drink it. We use it in our homes and in industry. As a so...
Space reporter Robin Seemangal first confirmed the new in a tweet, which was backed up by NASA Public Affairs Officer Dan Huot in a statement given to Inverse: "[I] can confirm the...
Researchers at WSU, PNNL and the University of New Mexico have developed a better catalyst for catalytic converters that change vehicle pollutants to relatively benign forms of nit...
What does the future of fashion look like? One only need to look to the actresses of Star Wars: The Last Jedi to understand: Daisy Ridley, Lupita Nyong'o and more ha...
Sorry Pacquiao ... Conor McGregor says his putting his boxing career on hold for a bit -- because he wants his next bout to be a "real fight." Conor was out with his baby mama Dee ...
All the Ways Trump Shaped Science in 2017 - Scientific American
-Scientific American - Thu Dec 14 01:51:01 EST 2017
This has been a whirlwind year in politics, to put it mildly. Donald Trump’s presidency has triggered tectonic shifts in numerous areas of government, and those involving science h...
Nine U.S. research universities and a major cancer institute today announced plans to give would-be life scientists clear, standardized data on graduate school admissions, educatio...
DNA analysis solves the ‘yeti’ mystery: They’re bears - LA Times
-Los Angeles Times - Wed Dec 13 10:00:59 EST 2017
The origins of the Himalayan yeti myth have been revealed at last — thanks to science. Big furry animals, larger than humans and capable of walking on two legs do indeed roam the h...
Scientists combine high-pressure research with NMR spectroscopy
-Phys.org - Thu Dec 14 04:04:09 EST 2017
For the first time, researchers at the University of Bayreuth and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have succeeded in applying nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrosco...
Iron-based superconductors contain layers of iron and a pnictogen – such as arsenic or phosphorus – or a chalcogen, like oxygen or selenium. Previously dismissed eas weak candidate...
New flood risk identified by FIU researcher
-Phys.org - Thu Dec 14 01:27:24 EST 2017
As South Florida raises groundwater levels to fight salt water intrusion, the threat of flooding from within will only increase, according to Florida International University resea...
An ultradilute quantum liquid made from ultra-cold atoms
-Phys.org - Thu Dec 14 10:04:15 EST 2017
ICFO researchers created a novel type of liquid 100 million times more dilute than water and 1 million times thinner than air. The experiments, published in Science, exploit a fasc...
New computational strategies reported this week in Science might help realize the promise of peptide-based drugs. Peptides are similar to protein molecules, but differ in their sma...
Although NASA has made progress toward the overall space exploration science priorities recommended in a 2011 decadal survey by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and...
'Dragon Ball Super' Confirms The Size Of Universe 7
-Comic Book - Tue Dec 12 19:04:17 EST 2017
When it comes to Universe 7, the poor realm has been through a lot. Goku’s home has undergone more than a few genocides, but fans did not think Universe 7 had been whittled as much...
Annihilation Trailer: Natalie Portman Goes on a Doomed Sci-fi Trip
-SlashFilm - Wed Dec 13 04:36:12 EST 2017
Annihilation is one of the smartest and creepiest science fiction books I’ve ever read. Ex Machina is one of the smartest and creepiest science fiction films I’ve ever seen. So nat...
Women in Science are a Force of Nature - Scientific American Blog Network
-Scientific American - Wed Dec 13 10:04:06 EST 2017
The response was so great—according to Perimeter, the free posters have been downloaded and displayed by schools and other institutions, and shared widely—that the Institute is goi...
Clearing the air | Science Codex
-Science Codex - Thu Dec 14 13:04:35 EST 2017
Residents in some areas of the developing world are currently coping with dangerous levels of air pollution. Recent research, co-led by the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Argonn...
Scientists win a gold metal for liquid behavior | Science Codex
-Science Codex - Fri Dec 15 22:04:15 EST 2017
Tokyo-Electricity is used to power your car or home, it is also used to power your heart and brain. Batteries in machines or cells in the body conduct electricity by passing ions t...
Photo: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Getty Images Recently on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” Mark Hamill called his “Star Wars” films “space westerns.” And that’s exactly right. Noth...
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